Mechanical Engineering

Vision:

The Mechanical Engineering Department endeavors to be recognized globally for outstanding education and research leading to well qualified technicians, who are innovative, entrepreneurial and successful in advanced fields of mechanical engineering to cater to ever changing industrial demands and social needs.

Mission:

  1. To impart knowledge in principles and applications related to design and development of various systems for societal needs.
  2. To impart highest quality education to the students to build their capacity and enhancing their skills
  3. To provide the facilities and environment conducive to high quality education to provide diverse career options as well as research in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
  4. To maintain state of the art research facilities to provide collaborative environment that stimulates faculty, staff and students with opportunities to create, analyze, apply and disseminate knowledge.
  5. To provide the students with environment of excellence, leadership, ethical guidelines and lifelong learning needed for a long productive career.

Mechanical Engineering Department was started in the year 2010. The department offers three years diploma in mechanical Engineering. This Program imparts students with skills required for manufacturing industry along with regular teaching learning process, students also get exposure through industrial visits, expert lectures, workshops, participation in various competitions and exhibitions. Career counseling and personality grooming sessions are organized for students on regular basis.
Mechanical engineering is one of the most sought after branches which create the greatest demand for the professional requirements in India and abroad. Almost all sectors of industries require the mechanical engineers. Accordingly technical education needs to be improved with latest knowledge with practical experience and visualization. On completion of program, the students will have following career opportunities –

  1. They will have ample opportunity to work with production industries.
  2. They may start their own work with the support of available start-up programs run by Government.
  3. They may take admission directly in second year of bachelor in engineering courses of Mechanical Engineering / production technology through Lateral Entry Scheme of M.P. Government.

The diploma holder of the program will:

PEO_1: Acquire a knowledge base which can be built up through further studies, professional involvement and lifelong learning.
PEO_2: Apply their technical skills, critical thinking and problem solving ability in professional industrial practices or tackle social, technical and business challenges.
PEO_3: Adopt ethical attitude and exhibit effective skills in communication, management, teamwork and leadership.
PSO_4: Have a successful career in Production industries as well as Government sector & public sector.

At the end of the Programme, a diploma holder will be able to

PO_1: Apply the knowledge of basic sciences and fundamental engineering concepts in technical problems in related fields.
PO_2: Identify and solve engineering problems, conduct experiments and investigate to analyze and interpret data to arrive at substantial conclusions.
PO_3: Propose an appropriate solution for engineering problems complying with functional constraints such as economic, environmental, societal, ethical, safety and sustainability.
PO_4: Carry out investigations, design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret the results to provide valid conclusions.
PO_5: Select/develop and apply appropriate techniques and IT tools for the design & analysis of the systems.
PO_6: Identify causes behind and carry out assessment for societal, health, legal and cultural issues with competence in professional technical practices.
PO_7: Demonstrate professional skills and contextual reasoning to assess environmental & social issues for sustainable development.
PO_8: Demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical practices.
PO_9: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in a team, and in multi-disciplinary situations.
PO_10: Communicate effectively among engineering community, being able to comprehend and write effectively reports, presentation and give / receive clears instructions.
PO_11: Demonstrate and apply engineering & management principles in their own / team projects in multidisciplinary environment.
PO_12: ecognize the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning.
PSO_1: Diploma holder of the program will achieve excellence in product design, production, assembly, thermal engineering and manufacturing system by acquiring knowledge in mathematics, science and designing principles.
PSO_1: Diploma holder will be able to analyze, interpret and provide solutions to the real life mechanical engineering problems.
PSO_1: Diploma holder will learn managerial skills to work effectively in a team and in a society by following ethical and environmental practices.
Name Designation Qualification Experience Years Papers Published Expertise Contact

Mr. Saket Bhimte
: Lecturer M.E. 1.5 year in Industry and 3.5 year in teaching till now Nil saketbhimte3@gmail.com

Mr. Ashish Bansal
Lecturer M.Tech. 6 month in Industry and 3.5 year in teaching till now Nil bansal.ashish013@gmail.com

Ms. Shiva Choubey
Lecturer B.E. 3.5 year in teaching till now Nil choubey.shiva7@gmail.com
  • It is a full-time regular programme.
  • Duration of the programme is Three years (six semesters).
  • Intake capacity is 60 seats.
  • Candidate should be M.P. domicile.
  • Eligibility is 10th exam ( Compulsorily with Maths and Science) pass-out or equivalent.
  • Entry through Pre Polytechnic Test (PPT) conducted by PEB, Bhopal (www.peb.mp.gov.in) and on qualifying exam (10 th ) basis.
  • Admission through Centralized Online Counseling organized by DTEMP / at College Level.
  • Reservation of seats as per M.P. Govt. Rules.
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS PRESENT IN MECHANICAL DEPT.
FIRST SEMESTER
SNO. BRANCH EQUIPMENTS PRESENT IN ME LAB EXPERIMENT ASSOCIATED QTY COST (IN RUPEES) YEAR OF PURCHASING
1 ME Polygon law of forces apparatus (2 set) Verification of laws of polygon of forces 2 9860 2013
2 ME Parallelogram law of forces apparatus Verification of laws of parallelogram of forces 1 1900 2013
3 ME Combined inclined plan and friction slide apparatus Determination of coefficient of friction for surfaces of different materials on horizontal plane 1 2250 2013
4 ME Triangle and parallelogram law of forces of apparatus Verification of laws of parallelogram of forces 1 3810 2013
5 ME Friction slide apparatus Determination of coefficient of friction for surfaces of different materials on an inclined plane 1 2450 2013
SECOND SEMESTER
SNO. BRANCH EQUIPMENTS PRESENT IN ME LAB EXPERIMENT ASSOCIATED QTY COST (IN RUPEES) YEAR OF PURCHASING
1 ME Bal pein Hammer BLACKSIMTH SHOP 10 3400 2018
2 ME Bal pein Hammer BLACKSIMTH SHOP 20 7900 2018
3 ME Hand Hammer BLACKSIMTH SHOP 10 5500 2018
4 ME Leather Apron WELDING SHOP 6 4740 2018
5 ME Leather Welding Hand Glove WELDING SHOP 6 2160 2018
6 ME Sand Safety Goggle WELDING SHOP 12 2700 2018
7 ME cutting blowpipe (high pressure) WELDING SHOP 2 7240 2018
8 ME single operator ac dc gtaw WELDING SHOP 1 126000 2018
9 ME welding blowpipe for light work WELDING SHOP 2 3600 2018
10 ME Safety boots WELDING SHOP 6 5394 2018
11 ME Spot Welding machine WELDING SHOP 1 108999 2018
12 ME Pillar type drill machine Practice of drilling 1 83000 2018
13 ME Mechanical tool kit Welding,blacksmith, fitting shop 3 44955 2018
14 ME lathe machine Practice of drilling, boring and reaming on a lathe.
Demonstration of formation of chips on a lathe, continuous, discontinuous and fractured by changing variables like rake angle, speed feed and depth of cut.
1 171990 2018
15 ME bench vise 4 inch FITTING SHOP 21 102900 2018
16 ME GMAW Welding machine 400A WELDING SHOP 1 118990 2018
17 ME Universal Machine Vise FITTING SHOP 7 104930 2018
18 ME engineers SD File 150 mm FITTING SHOP 31 19809 2018
19 ME engineers SD File 250 mm FITTING SHOP 62 49290 2018
20 ME engineers SD File 200 mm FITTING SHOP 71 49345 2018
21 ME soldering &desoldering station WELDING SHOP 2 35100 2018
THIRD SEMESTER
SNO. BRANCH EQUIPMENTS PRESENT IN ME LAB EXPERIMENT ASSOCIATED QTY COST (IN RUPEES) YEAR OF PURCHASING
1 ME Reciprocating pump To Study Reciprocating pump 1 198000 2018
2 ME ORIFICE & Mouthpiece To determine Cc, Cv and Cd for different types of orifices and mouth pieces. 1 143950 2019
3 ME Centrifugal Pump To study Centrifugal pump 1 198000 2018
FOURTH SEMESTER
SNO. BRANCH EQUIPMENTS PRESENT IN ME LAB EXPERIMENT ASSOCIATED QTY COST (IN RUPEES) YEAR OF PURCHASING
1 ME Crank and lever mechanism Study of inversions of single slider crank chain mechanism (a) crank slotted lever mechanism 1 10000 2013
2 ME Locomotive coupling bar mechanism Study of inversions of single slider crank chain mechanism (a) crank slotted lever mechanism 1 10000 2013
3 ME Ackerman’s steering mechanism Study of inversions of single slider crank chain mechanism (a) crank slotted lever mechanism 1 9750 2013
4 ME Oscillating cylinder mechanism Study of inversions of single slider crank chain mechanism (a) crank slotted lever mechanism 1 7440 2013
5 ME Withworth quick return mechanism Study of inversions of single slider crank chain mechanism (a) crank slotted lever mechanism 1 7440 2013
6 ME Reciprocating engine mechanism Study of inversions of single slider crank chain mechanism (a) crank slotted lever mechanism 1 12000 2013
7 ME Cochran boiler model Trace the flue gas path and water-steam circuit with the help of boiler model and write a report. 1 12638 2013
8 ME Lancashire boiler model Trace the flue gas path and water-steam circuit with the help of boiler model and write a report. 1 17584 2013
9 ME Vertical water tube boiler model Trace the flue gas path and water-steam circuit with the help of boiler model and write a report. 1 12638 2013
10 ME Fuel supply system of petrol engine model Study of (a) Fuel pump (b) Fuel injector (c) Carburetor. 1 11400 2013
11 ME 2-stroke diesel engine model Study of different types of I.C. engines (four stroke and two stroke C.I. and S.I.) 1 4336 2013
12 ME 4-stroke petrol engine model Study of different types of I.C. engines (four stroke and two stroke C.I. and S.I.) 1 4336 2013
13 ME 4-stroke diesel engine model Study of different types of I.C. engines (four stroke and two stroke C.I. and S.I.) 1 4336 2013
14 ME Brake And Dynamometer To study different types of Brakes And Dynamometer 1 39450 2019
15 ME Single purchase winch crab ------ 1 11080 2013
16 ME Double purchase winch crab ------ 1 12980 2013
17 ME Pelton turbine model Study of Pelton wheel. 1 8800 2013
18 ME Francis turbine model Study of Francis turbine. 1 8800 2013
19 ME Kaplan turbine model Study of Kaplan turbines. 1 6650 2013
SIXTH SEMESTER
SNO. BRANCH EQUIPMENTS PRESENT IN ME LAB EXPERIMENT ASSOCIATED QTY COST (IN RUPEES) YEAR OF PURCHASING
1 ME Ammonia ice plant model Study of Ice-plant/ refrigeration cold storage 1 6400 2013
2 ME Refrigerator model Study of Ice-plant/ refrigeration cold storage 1 5320 2013
3 ME Simple wheel and axle Study of various components used in auto vehicles. (a) Engine (b) Transmission system (c) Final Drive (d) Braking system (e) Electrical system (f) Steering Mechanism 1 1390 2013
4 ME Differential wheel and axle Study of various components used in auto vehicles. (a) Engine (b) Transmission system (c) Final Drive (d) Braking system (e) Electrical system (f) Steering Mechanism 1 6225 2013
  1. Expert Lecture under the topic “Understanding the Operating System Internals”, 31/03/17 in which 74 students participated.
  2. For digital literacy a workshop on digital payment conducted by experts from Collectorate Dewas. (Almost 200+ students attended):
    • 16/12/17 for 2nd year students
    • 18/12/17 for 3rd year students
    • 21/12/17 for 1st year students
  3. Students were taken to Rojgaar Mela conducted in Hatpiplya on 12/04/2018, in which final year’s 25 students participated.
  4. For hands on experience of instruments I have taken the students to I.T.I. Dewas.
  5. Co-ordinate a Motivational Tech-Talk on Future Automobile by Mr. Arul Kumar Managing Trusty, Anand Automotive Group on 07/04/2018.
  6. Co-ordinate Expert Lecture on Entrepreneurship By Mr. Ashok Rawal T.O. ITI Dewas and Ms. Shakshi Jhamre CM Fellow Collectorate Dewas on 07/04/2018.
  7. Students Visited Nemavar for Namami devi Narvade yatra
  • Head of the Department : Mr. Saket Bhimte
  • Phone : 7974780670
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Government Polytechnic College, Rajoda, Dewas (M.P)-455001
  • Email : saketbhimte3@gmail.com