Department of Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering

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  • Program Educational Objectives
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Vision

  1. To become a nationwide recognized department for research oriented quality technical education in line with emerging trends and evolving demands of society.

Mission

The mission of mechanical engineering department includes:

To embrace excellent teaching learning techniques to provide practical quality education that is commensurate with the emerging trends and industry demands.

To promote research in interdisciplinary areas by forging collaborations with global industries and establishing state-of-the-art research facilities in order to develop among students innovative and creative capabilities.

To mentor and guide young technocrats and inculcate them with the spirit of entrepreneurship along with ethics, values and eco-sensitivity.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

After completion of graduation, the student will: 

PEO 1: Pursue career as practicing mechanical engineer in core mechanical or allied industries worldwide.

PEO 2: Meet the expectations of modern industries for catering the proliferating demand and rising quality standards.

PEO 3: Become a responsible engineer capable of conducting sustainable, environment-friendly, innovative research and development in advanced domains.

PEO 4: Serve the society better by practicing professional leadership roles with a commitment to lifelong learning.

PEO 5: Become a person with a strong will and attitude to excel through the challenges in all walks of life.

MEERUT INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MEERUT
Mechanical Engineering (40)
III Semester
S. N. Subject Code Subject Name Outcomes
1 KVE301  Universal Human Values CO1 Understand about the need of value education and harmony in self, family, society and nature.
CO2 Apply the understanding of value education to ensure harmony at all the four levels of living.
CO3 Analyze about self, feelings in relationship, society and relevence of nature.
CO4 Evaluate their participation (Thought, Behaviour, Work, Realization) at all the four levels of living.
CO5 Develop their emotional, social and professional competence.
2 KOE033 Energy Science and Engineering CO1  understand about the basics of energy formation and its usage in one way or the other.
CO2  understand the basic fundamentals of Nuclear Energy.
CO3  understand solar energy formation and its uses.
CO4  get detailed knowledge of renewable and non renewable energy resources.
CO5  understand and recognize numerous types of Energy conservation norms at national and international level.
3 KME301 Thermodynamics CO1 Understand the basic concepts of thermodynamics, psychrometry and refrigeration.
CO2 Understand the basic laws of thermodynamics and their corollaries.
CO3 Understand the behaviour pure substances and various phase diagram  
CO4 Understand the working of rankine power and various refrigeration cycles.
CO5 Apply the basic laws of thermodynamics for the different processes in open and closed systems.
CO6 Apply the basic laws of thermodynamics to calculate the performance of power and refrigeration cycles.
4 KME302 Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines CO1 Understand the concept of fluid , types of fluid flow, boundary layer and minor losses.
CO2 Understand the concept of mass, momentum and energy equations in fluid flow systems.
CO3 Apply dimensional analysis to predict physical parameters that influence flow in fluid mechanics.
CO4 Apply the concept of Impact of jet on Impulse turbine and reaction turbine..
CO5 Apply the concept centrifugal force on centrifugal pump and reciprocating action on reciprocating pump.
5 KME 303 Materials Engineering CO1 Understand crystallographic structure and mechanism of deformation in materials.
CO2 Understand the principles of phase evolution and development of binary Iron-Iron Carbide phase diagram.
CO3 Understand the chemical composition, properties and applications of commercial ferrous and non-ferrous alloys.
CO4 Apply theories of static and dynamic failure with consideration of fracture mechanics and NDT techniques.
CO5 Apply heat treatment processes for altering the properties of plain carbon steels.
6 KNC302  Python Programming CO1 Understand the concept of python programming
CO2 Apply the concept of conditions, loops and data structures in python program
CO3 Apply the concept of functions, modules, recursion through python program
CO4 Apply the concept of abstract data type, exception handling and file handling through python program
CO5 Apply the concept of searching, sorting and merging through python program
7 KME 351 Fluid Mechanics Lab CO1 Determine the coefficient of discharge of the given venturimeter/orifice meter.
CO2 Determine the coefficient of discharge of the given bend meter.
CO3 Determine Coefficient of Friction factor for a given pipe line.
CO4 Verification of Bernoulli’s Theorem
CO5 Verify momentum equation using Impact of Jet on Vanes.
CO6 Determine Meta-centric height of a given ship model
8 KME 352 Material Testing Lab CO1 Understand crystallographic structure and mechanism of deformation in materials.
CO2 Understand the principles of phase evolution and development of binary Iron-Iron Carbide phase diagram.
CO3 Understand the chemical composition, properties and applications of commercial ferrous and non-ferrous alloys.
CO4 Apply theories of static and dynamic failure with consideration of fracture mechanics and NDT techniques.
CO5 Apply heat treatment processes for altering the properties of plain carbon steels.
9 KME 353 Computer Aided Machine Drawing-I Lab  CO1 Apply the common conventional symbols for representation of machine components and materials
CO2 Apply concept of orthographic projections and isometric projection to make a mechanical component
CO3 Draw designation of threads, bolted joint, riveted joints and free hand sketch of mechanical components
CO4 Draw assembly drawing of Knuckle joint and plumber block.
CO5 use computer and CAD software fo modelling mechanical components.
10 KME 354 Mini Project or Internship Assessment CO1 To give a platform for the students to apply the theoretical knowledge they gained during the course and conduct design working models.
CO2 To enable the students to use different design/coding platforms for design and analysis of project.
IVSemester
11 KAS402  Maths IV CO1 Remember the concept of partial differential equation and to solve partial differential equations
CO2 Analyze the concept of partial differential equations to evaluate the problems concerned with partial differential equations
CO3 Understand the concept of correlation, moments, skewness and kurtosis and curve fitting
CO4 Remember the concept of probability to evaluate probability distributions
CO5 Apply the concept of hypothesis testing and statistical quality control to create control charts
12  KNC401  Computer System Security CO1 Able to understand the basic Concepts of Computer System Security & Hijacking.
CO2 Able to understand the basics of security approaches, (such as confidentiality)
CO3 Able to understand basics of Architectures Principles and Web Security Issues.
CO4 Able to understand various protocols to establish TCP/IP connections with security features.
CO5 Able to apply the concepts of Cryptography Techniques and Digital Signature using Keys.
13 KME 401 Applied Thermodynamics  CO1 Understand  the various types of  fuels, thier properties and combustion process 
CO2 Understand construction and working of various components used in power generation system.
CO3 Understand the working of different power cycles and jet propulsion.
CO4 Apply the basic laws to calculate performance parameters of different power cycles.
CO5 Apply the basic laws of thermodynamics to nozzles and turbine.
CO6 Analyze the various processes and cycles of power generation system.
14 KME-402 ENGG. MECHANICS CO1 Understanding the force sytem, Moment of the force and couple.
CO2 Understending the reaction, shear force, bending moment acting on a beam and truss element.
CO3 Apply center of gravity, center of Mass,Centroid and monent of inertia of curves, areas and volume.
CO4 Apply Force, Moment, Couple, Reaction, Shear force and Bending Moment on Beam and Truss element.
CO5 Apply the kinematics/kinetics of rigid bodies and friction.
CO6 Apply stress, strain on different element member, Bending of beam and Torsion of circular section or member.
15 KME 403 Manufacturing Process CO1 Understand the basic concepts of metal casting, forming and powder metallurgy.
CO2 Explain the causes of defects in metal casting and forming processes.
CO3 Explain the mechanics of chip formation, cutting tool geometry and working of machine tools for different finishing processes.
CO4 Apply the concepts of metal cutting to determine relationship among cutting forces, power required and tool life.
CO5 Understand the various conventional welding processes, welding defects and formation & control of Heat Affected Zone.
CO6 Understand the principles of operation of unconventional metal cutting processes.
16 KAS401 Technical Communication CO1 Understand the fundamentals of all modes of technical communication along with their elements, dimensions, and flow.
CO2 Understand to write pragmatic and impactful reports, research papers, technical proposals, and resumes.
CO3 Understand public speaking strategies, techniques and their different styles.
CO4 Grasp the essentials of interviews & group discussions and skills required to face them confidently.
CO5 Comprehend the grammatical and oral aspects of the English language as an effective tool of communication
17 KME 451 Applied Thermodynamics Lab CO1 Demonstrate the working of Fire tube and Water tube boilers.
CO2 Demonstrate the working of Petrol & Diesel engines using basics of thermodynamics.
CO3 Demonstrate the working principle of Steam Engine.
CO4 Demonstrate the working principle of Impulse and Reaction turbine.
18 KME 452 Manufacturing Technology Lab CO1 Study and practice on Electrical and Electronics basics and performing the soldering and desoldering in PCB usin in wire housing and electtrical circuits..
CO2 Practice on manufacturing of components using workshop trades including fitting, carpentry shop.
CO3 Practice on manufacturing of components using workshop trades including foundry and welding shop.
CO4 Identify and apply suitable tools for machining processes including turning, facing,chamfering,taper turning,knurling and grooving.
CO5 Apply suitable tools in plastic moulding and glass cutting.
19 KME 453 Computer Aided Machine Drawing-II Lab CO1 Interpret views from orthographic projection using concept of first angle projection
CO2 Draw assembly drawing of lathe tool post, tail stock, stuffing box, connecting rod and safety valve on drawing sheets.
CO3 Generate production drawings with information about Limits, fits and tolerances.
CO4 Develop 3D drawings of simple machine parts by 3D modeling software SolidEdge
V Semester
20 KME 503 Industrial Engineering CO1 Understand the concept of production system, productivity, facility and process planning in various industries  
CO2 Apply the various forecasting and project management techniques
CO3 Apply the concept of break?even analysis, inventory control and resource utilization  using queuing theory
CO4 Apply principles of work study and ergonomics for design of work systems
CO5 Formulate mathematical models for optimal solution of industrial problems using linear programming approach
21 KME501 Heat & Mass Transfer CO1 To understand the fundamental of heat and mass transfer.
CO2 To apply the concept of steady-state and unsteady state heat conduction.
CO3 To apply the concept of thermal behavior of fins.
CO4 To apply the concept of forced and free convection.
CO5 To apply the concept of radiation for black and non-black bodies.
CO6 To analyze the thermal analysis of heat exchanger.
22 KME 502 Strength of Material CO1 Understand the concept of stress and strain under different conditions of loading
CO2 Determine the principal stresses and strains in structural members
CO3 Determine the stresses and strains in the members subjected to axial, bending and torsional loads
CO4 Apply the concepts of stresses and strain in solving problems related to springs, column and pressure vessels
CO5 Calculate the slope, deflection and buckling of loaded members
CO6 Analyze the stresses developed in straight and curved beams of different cross sections
23 KME  051 Computer Integrated Manufacturing CO1 Understand the basic concepts of automation, computer numeric control machining
CO2 Understand the algorithms of line generation, circle generation, transformation,
curve, surface modeling and solid modeling
CO3 Understand group technology, computer aided process planning, flexible
manufacturing, Industry 4.0, robotics
CO4 Understand information system and material handling in CIM environment, rapid prototyping
CO5 Apply the algorithms of line & circle generation and geometric transformations
CO6 Develop CNC program for simple operations
24 KME 055 Advance welding CO1 Understand the physics of arc welding process and various operating characteristics of welding power source
CO2 Analyse various welding processes and their applications.
CO3 Apply the knowledge of welding for repair & maintenance, along with the weldability of different materials.
CO4 Apply the concept of quality control and testing of weldments in industrial environment.
CO5 Evaluate heat flow in welding and physical metallurgy of weldments.
25 KME551 Heat & Mass Transfer Lab CO1 Apply the concept of conduction and pool boiling heat transfer.
CO2 Apply empirical correlations for both forced and free convection to determine the value of convection heat transfer coefficient.
CO3 Apply the concept of radiation heat transfer for black and grey body.
CO4 Analyze the thermal behaviour of parallel and counter flow heat exchangers.
CO5 Conduct thermal analysis of a heat pipe.
26 KME 552 Python Lab CO1 Apply conditional statement, loops condition and functions in python program
CO2 Solve mathematical and mechanical problems using python program
CO3 Plot various type of chart using python program
CO4 Analyze the mechanical problem using python program
27 KME 553  Internet of Things Lab CO1 Understand Internet of Things and its hardware and software components
CO2 Interface I/O devices, sensors & communication modules influencing combustion chamber design.
CO3 Remotely monitor data and control devices
CO4 Design prototype of IoT based smart system
CO5 Develop IoT based projects for real life problem
28 KME 554 MINI PROJECT CO1 Identify and formulate problems to solve issues for benefit of society.
CO2 Develop design skill for solutions to basic engineering problems.
CO3 Impart skills in preparing brief technical report describing the project and results.
CO4 Create an ability to work collaboratively in team and contribute individually.
29 KNC501 Constitution of India, Law and Engineering CO1 To acquaint the students with legacies of constitutional development in India and help them to understand the most diversified legal document of India and philosophy behind it.
CO2 To make students aware of the theoretical and functional aspects of the Indian Parliamentary System.
CO3 To channelize students’ thinking towards basic understanding of the legal conceptsand its implications for engineers.
CO4 To acquaint students with latest intellectual property rights and innovation environment with related regulatory framework
CO5 To make students learn about role of engineering in business organizations and e-governance
VI Semester
30  RAS601  INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT CO1 understand the scope of industrial management and basic concept of production, productivity and industrial ownership.
CO2 understand the Scientific management techniques.
CO3 Apply the concept of work measurement and inventory control models.
CO4 Apply the Quality Control methods for variables and attributes.
CO5 Apply the project management network analysis with CPM and PERT techniques. 
31 RUC-601  Cyber Security CO1 Students will be able to understand the concepts of information system and cyber security.
CO2 Students will be able to understand different security threats.
CO3 Students will be to understand the requirements for developing secure softwares.
CO4 Students will be able to understand the information security policies and standards .
CO5 Students will be able to apply different Cryptographic techniques.
32  RME601  Fluid Machinery CO1 Describe the fundamentals of fluid machinaries.
CO2 Understand construction and working principle of hydraulic turbines.
CO3 Understand construction and working principle of pumps (centrifugal, positive displacement and jet).
CO4 Determine the performance parameters and characteristics of impulse and reaction turbine.
CO5 Determine the performance parameters and characteristics of pump.
CO6 Calculate the different parameter for flat and curved blades of jet using Eulers and momentum equation.
33 RME602 Theory of Machines CO1 Understand the principles of kinematics and dynamics of machines.
CO2 Calculate the  velocity and acceleration for 4-bar and slider crank mechanism (by developed VA diagram)
CO3 Develop cam profile for followers executing various types of motions
CO4 Apply the concept of gear, gear train and flywheel for power transimission
CO5 Apply dynamic force analysis for slider crank mechanism and balance rorating and reciprocating masses in machines.
CO6 Apply the concepts of governors in fluctuation of load and brake & dynamometer in power transmission
34 RME603 Machine Design-II CO1 Explain the fundamental of gears, bearing and IC engine parts.
CO2 Understand design procedure of gears, bearings and IC engine components.
CO3 Apply the basic concepts for design of gears, bearings and IC engine parts.
CO4 Analyze the design of various gears and bearings against different types of loads including thermal considerations
CO5 Analyze the design of all I C engine componets to meet the required specifications.
35 RME061 Refrigeration & Air-conditioning CO1 Understand the basics concepts of Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning.
CO2 Explain the construction and working of various components in Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning systems.
CO3 Understand the different types of RAC systems with their respective applications.
CO4 Apply the basic laws to the thermodynamic analysis of different processes involved in RAC systems.
CO5 Apply the basic concepts to calculate the COP and other performance parameters for different RAC systems
CO6 Analyze the effects of performance parameters on COP.
36  RME651  Fluid Machinery Lab CO1 Determine the impact force of water jet on flat and hemispherical plates.
CO2 Demonstrate the working principle and estimate efficiency of impulse and reaction turbines.
CO3 Demonstrate the working principle and estimate efficiency of different types of pumps.
CO4 Demonstrate the working principle of hydraulic devices.
37 RME652 Theory of Machines Lab CO1 Implement inversion of mechanisms to obtain desired motion
CO2 Apply cam-follower mechanism to get desired motion of follower.
CO3 Apply the concepts of gears and gear train to get desired velocity ratio for power transmission.
CO4 Apply the concept of governors to control the fuel supply in engine.
CO5 Demonstrate brake and clutches in automobiles
CO6 Determine the critical speed of a shaft
38 RME653 Design and Simulation Lab II  CO1 Design the mechanical components using C programming.
CO2 Design the mechanical components using modelling software.
CO3 Create a mini project on designing of IC engine components.
39 RME654 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab CO1 Determine the performance of refrigeration and air-conditioning systems.
CO2 Apply the concept of psychometry on air washer.
CO3 Interpret the use of different component and control systems in refrigeration and Air-conditioning systems.
CO4 Demonstrate the working of window air conditioner
VII Semester
40 ROE074 Understanding the Human Being Comprehensively – Human  Aspirations and its Fulfillment CO1 To help the students to understand the basic human aspirations and their fulfillment in the light of resolution
CO2 To facilitate the competence of the students to understand the harmony of the human being in nature or existence.
CO3 To help the students to understand the activities and potentialities of the self and reasons for harmony or contradiction in the self itself.
CO4 To define the process of inner evolution, specifically awakening to activities of the Self: Realization, Understanding and Contemplation in the Self
CO5 To help the students to understand different aspects of All-encompassing Resolution, leading to harmony at all levels from self to Nature and entire Existence.
41 RME-075 Operations Research CO1 Understand the basic concept of Operation Research and modelling of a real life problem within given constraints.
CO2 Apply the concept of inventory in industry.
CO3 Apply the concept of Network Techniques in project management.
CO4 Apply the concept of  queuing models and theory of games in real life problems.
CO5 Generate the optimal solution of transportation and assignment problems. 
CO6 Generate the optimal solution of LPP problem by simplex and Big-M method. 
42 RME071 Power Plant Engineering  CO1 Understand the different sources of power generation and their impact on environment.
CO2 Understand the elements of power generation based on fossil fuels.
CO3 Understand the elements of power generation based on nuclear fuel and renewable energy sources.
CO4 Apply the basic concepts of thermodynamics to measure the performance of different power plants.
CO5 Determine the performance and cost estimation of power plants based on load variations.
CO6 Understand different electrical systems and pollution control techniques.
43 RME701 CAD/CAM CO1 Understand the basic terminologies and concepts of computer graphics, line generation, geometric transformation, curves and surfaces.
CO2 Understand the basic concepts of graphics standard and data storage and finite element method
CO3 Understand the various aspects of automated manufacturing systems, robotics, flexible manufacturing system and rapid prototyping.
CO4 Apply the algorithms to generate line, circle, geometric transformations, simple curves, sufaces and solids.
CO5 Apply FEM to 1-D problems using spring, bar, truss and beam elements.
CO6 Apply NC part programming techniques for drilling, turning and milling operations.
44 RME702 Automobile Engineering CO1 Understand construction and working of undercarriage components of an automobile.
CO2 Discuss electrical and electronic components of an automobile.
CO3 Understand fuel supply systems of petrol and diesel vehicles.
CO4 Understand recent development trends in automobiles.
CO5 Understand procedure and importance of maintenace in automobile.
CO6 Apply concepts of automobile engineering for calculating different parameters of forces, gear ratio and steering mechanisms.
45 RME751 CAD/CAM Lab CO1 Apply the process of line & circle generation and geometric transformation.
CO2 Apply the manual part programme (G-Code) for CNC turning and milling using manual data input (MDI)
CO3 Analyse the machining of simple profiles on CNC turning and milling trainer.
CO4 Analyse the NC part program data automatically using standard commercial CAM package for manufacturing of required component
46 RME752 IC Engine & Automobile Lab CO1 Demonstrate various Automobile components and systems which include Engine components and lighting system.
CO2 Demonstrate the automobile suspension system & different type of steering system.
CO3 Describe the principle and working of fuel injection system and Ignition system, cooling and lubrication system.
CO4 Differentiate between clutch, gear box, rear axle drives and differential gear box in automobile.
CO5 Describe the various types of braking systems and their components.
47 RME753 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING CO1 Understand industrial problems, environmental hazards causes and their ethical responsibilities for getting the possible solution of these problems.
CO2 Understand the application of different softwares or methods related to Mechanical Engineering.
CO3 Understand the power of team work, innovative ideas and handle different industrial projects and assignments.
CO4 Apply the concept of acquired knowledge of Engineering, Mathematics and Science to solve practical problems of Mechanical Engineering.
48 RME754 PROJECT-1  CO1 Independently engage in literature study and assimilate a state of art literature review to formulate an Engineering problem.
CO2 Identify Mathematical, Scientific, Engineering and Management concepts and tools necessary to solve the formulated problem.
CO3 Demonstrate team work, leadership and mentorship whilst abiding by established norms of Professional ethics.
CO4 Effectively communicate the assimilated literature, scope and methodology of proposed work through a written synopsis and oral presentation
VIII Semester
49 RME081 Advance Welding CO1 Understand the physics of arc welding process and various operating characteristics of welding power source.
CO2 Analyse and apply various welding processes and their applications.
CO3 Understand the effect of process parameters for control of HAZ and weld distortion.                                                                                                                
CO4 Apply the knowledge of welding for repair & maintenance, along with the weldability of different materials
CO5 Apply the knowledge of weld design, Inspection and testing of welding
50 RME085  Total Quality Management CO1 Understand Quality control & its role in design, manufacturing and procurement.
CO2 Understand quality management and factors affecting the quality.
CO3 Apply the concept of reliability.
CO4 Understand global quality standards and benchmarks.
CO5 Explain various tools employed for statistical quality control (SQC). (k2)
CO6 Apply statistical techniques for industrial quality control.
51 ROE082 Entrepreneurship Develoment CO1 Understand basic concepts and laws related to entrepreneurship
CO2 Understand Entrepreneurial Finance, Assistance and role of Entrepreneurial Development Agencies 
CO3 Understand various funding sources, convert an Idea into an opportunity
CO4 Understand pro-forma statements & cash flow projections.
CO5 Apply entrepreneurship skills to prepare a Business Plan
52 RME851  SEMINAR CO1 Identify and to do the literature review of disciplinary and non-disciplinary Engineering problem.
CO2 Analyze the ongoing technology and current topics of professional interest
CO3 Investigate disciplinary and non-disciplinary Engineering problem and proposed methodology or technique to solve it.
CO4 Demonstrate a report to audience.
53 RME852  PROJECT-II CO1 Independently engage in study of literature and assimilate a state of art literature review to formulate an Engineering problem.
CO2 Identify mathematical, Scientific, Engineering and Management concepts and tools necessary to solve the formulated problem.
CO3 Analyze and interpret the results of experiments conducted on designed solution(s) for the identified engineering problem.
CO4 Demonstrate a working model, prototype, proof of concept or technical innovation through effective oral communication.
CO5 Present a written record of the work in the form of a project report, poster, conference or research paper.
CO6 Demonstrate team work, leadership and mentor-ship whilst abiding by established norms of professional ethics.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO 1: Implement the concepts of mechanical engineering for generating innovative ideas on design, development and analysis.

PSO 2: Develop solutions for engineering problems through multi-disciplinary concepts of Industrial automation and Industry 4.0.

PSO 3: Work independently as a professional or entrepreneur in research and industrial environment.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

PO 1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO 2 Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO 3 Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations

PO 4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO 5 Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6 The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO 7 Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO 8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO 9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO 10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO 11 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO 12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

S. No. Name of the Full-time teacher Designation Name of the Department
1 Mr. RAHUL KUMAR KESHARI Assistant Professor MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
2 Mr. GULSHAN KUMAR Assistant Professor MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
3 Ms. RUCHI MITTAL Assistant Professor MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
4 Mr. RAVI RANJAN KUMAR Assistant Professor MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
5 Mr. ALOK CHAUHAN Professor MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
6 Mr. GAURAV KUMAR Assistant Professor MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
7 Mr. VINAY KUMAWAT Assistant Professor MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
8 Mr. KAPIL KUMAR KHANDELWAL Assistant Professor MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
9 Mr. ASHUTOSH KUMAR Assistant Professor MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

 

S.No

Name

Designation

1

Dr. Neeraj Pratap

Chief Proctor

2.

Dr. Ashish Kumar

Additional Chief Proctor

3.

Ms. Sonam Tomar

Member

4.

Mr. Akhilesh Pandey

Member

5.

Ms. Sakshi Goyal

Member

6.

Mr. Ankit Galiyan

Member

7.

Dr. Digvijay Singh

Member

8.

Ms. Nidhi Parashar

Member

9.

Mr. Sanjay Kumar

Member

10.

Mr. Ankit Gupta

Member

11.

Mr. Jonee Panwar

Member

12.

Ms. Sultana Zakiya

Member

13.

Dr. Mohd. Sadim (Warden, Boys Hostel)

Ex officio Member

14.

Ms. Ritima (Warden, Girls Hostel)

Ex officio Member

15.

Mr. K.N. Tripathi

(Special Invitee)

 

S. No.  Name of Faculty Designation 
1 Mr. Kailash Nath Tripathi Asstt. Professor
2 C A Swati Gupta Controller of Account & Finance
3 Mr. Ravi Ranjan Kumar Asstt. Professor
4 Dr. Mohd. Sadim Asstt. Professor
5 Dr. Jay Prakash Kannaujia Asstt. Professor
6 Mr. Ankit Gupta Asstt. Professor
7 Mr. Lalit Kumar  Asstt. Professor
8 Mr. Ayush Goel Student
9 Ms. Shivangi Garg Student

 

S. No.  Faculty Name  Designation 
1 Mrs. Nidhi Parashar  Asstt. Professor 
2 Mrs. Himani Mishra Asstt. Professor
3 Ms. Ritima Hostel Warden
4 Ms. Ruchi Mittal Asstt. Professor 
5 Ms. Sheetal  Asstt. Professor
6 Ms. Sonam Tomar Asstt. Professor
7 Ms. Ayushi Raj Student
8 Ms. Aasma Siddiqui Student

 

Faculty

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Mr. Alok Chauhan
Designation Professor
Department Mechanical Engineering
Qualification B.E, MBA, Ph.D
Teaching Experience 29.7 years
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Mr. Rahul Kumar Keshari
Designation Assistant professor
Department Mechanical Engineering
Qualification B.Tech, M.Tech.
Teaching Experience 8.7 years
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Mr. Gulshan Kumar
Designation Assistant professor
Department Mechanical Engineering
Qualification B.Tech, M.Tech.
Teaching Experience 10.7 years
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Mrs. Ruchi Mittal
Designation Assistant professor
Department Mechanical Engineering
Qualification B.Tech, M.Tech.
Teaching Experience 9.7 years
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Mr. Ravi Ranjan Kumar
Designation Assistant professor
Department Mechanical Engineering
Qualification B.Sc. Engg., M.Tech.
Teaching Experience 17 years
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Mr. Gaurav Kumar
Designation Assistant professor
Department Mechanical Engineering
Qualification B.Tech , M.Tech.
Teaching Experience 6.3 years
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Mr. Vinay Kumawat
Designation Assistant professor
Department Mechanical Engineering
Qualification B.Tech , M.Tech.
Teaching Experience 2.1 years
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Mr. Kapil Kumar Khandelwal
Designation Assistant professor
Department Mechanical Engineering
Qualification B.Tech , M.Tech.
Teaching Experience 2.1 years
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Mr. Ashutosh Kumar
Designation Assistant professor
Department Mechanical Engineering
Qualification B.Tech , M.Tech.
Teaching Experience 2.1 years
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