Mechanical Engineering

Introduction

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has been in existence since the inception of G.P. Beed in 1985 and has grown into a full fledged department with specialisations in all the major areas of Mechanical Engineering.

The Department has well-established Machine shop & Workshop, CNC Lab, Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab, Thermal Engineering Lab, Theory of Machine Lab, Manufacturing process Lab, Measurement and Control Lab, Metrology & Quality Control Lab, Industrial Fluid Power Lab, Control Engineering Lab. Various activities are organized to develop soft skills of the students such as Paper Presentation, Industrial Visits, and Expert Lectures, etc.

Mechanical engineers use the basic principles of motion, energy, and force to design and almost all products. Today’s mechanical engineers may work on developing robotic systems for manufacturing, develop a prototype of an electric car; build and test turbojets; design and produce advanced materials for supersonic travel or cryogenic field.

Vision

To produce competent Mechanical Engineering Professional with Ethical core values who can contribute to the technological and socio-economic development of the Nation.

Mission

• To develop state of art facilities related to Mechanical Engineering.
• To impart quality education that serves the needs of present and to energize the technological world.
• To acquire adequate and innovative processes to enhance understanding of Implementation of theoretical concepts in practical scenarios.
• To forge mutually beneficial commitments with Government, Industry, Society and Alumni.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO 1.   Provide socially responsible, environment friendly solutions to Mechanical engineering related broad-based problems adapting professional ethics.
PEO 2.   Adapt state-of-the-art Mechanical engineering broad-based technologies to work in multidisciplinary work envi-ronments.
PEO 3.   Solve broad-based problems individually and as a team member communicating effectively in the world of work.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

PO 1. Basic knowledge:
    Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, sciences and basic engineering to solve the broad-based Mechanical en-gineering problems.
PO 2. Discipline knowledge:
    Apply Mechanical engineering knowledge to solve broad-based mechanical engineering related problems.
PO 3. Experiments and practice:
    Plan to perform experiments and practices to use the results to solve broad-based Mechanical engineering prob-lems.
PO 4. Engineering tools:
    Apply relevant Mechanical technologies and tools with an understanding of the limitations.
PO 5. The engineer and society:
    Assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to practice in field of Mechanical engineering.
PO 6. Environment and sustainability:
    Apply Mechanical engineering solutions also for sustainable development practices in societal and environmen-tal contexts.
PO 7. Ethics:
    Apply ethical principles for commitment to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the practice also in the field of Mechanical engineering.
PO 8. Individual and team work:
    Function effectively as a leader and team member in diverse/ multidisciplinary teams.
PO 9. Communication:
    Communicate effectively in oral and written form.
PO 10. Life-long learning:
    Engage in independent and life-long learning activities in the context of technological changes also in the Mechanical engineering and allied industry.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO 1. Modern Software Usage:
             Use latest Mechanical engineering related software for simple design, drafting, manufacturing, maintenance and documentation of mechanical engineering components and processes.
PSO 2. Equipment and Instruments:
             Maintain equipment and instruments related to Mechanical Engineering.
PSO 3. Mechanical Engineering Processes:
             Manage Mechanical engineering processes by selecting and scheduling relevant equipment, substrates, quality control techniques, and operational parameters.

List Of Laboratories:

Location of laboratory Laboratory Name Lab In charge Equipments
Room no. 101 MQC Lab Mr. Kale S. L./Mr. Thigle V.G. Floating Carriage Machine, Angle Dekkor, Vernier Callipers.
Room no. 101 Power Engineering Lab Mr. Wagh D. G.
Room no. 101 Hydraulic & Fluid Power Engineering Mr. Zarkar P. M. Hydraulic bench, Pelton Turbine, Centrifugal pump.
Room no. 101 Thermal Engineering Lab Mr. Wagh D. G. Hydraulic bench, Pelton Turbine, Centrifugal pump.
Room no. 101

Faculties:

Sr.No Name Designation Qualification Contact No. Email id
01 Dr. Waghmare A. K. HOD M.Tech., Ph.D. ajaykishwagh@yahoo.co.in 8276827567 View
02 Mr. Zarkar P. M. Lecturer B.E. (Mechanical) zpmbeed@rediffmail.com 9271203161 View
03 Mr. Bansode U. V. Lecturer B.E. (Mechanical) pu.bansode_11@rediffmail.com 9422903366 View
04 Mr. Lolage A. R. Lecturer M.E. (Mechanical) lolgeanand@gmail.com View
05 Mr. Rayate M. N. Lecturer M.Tech (Mechanical) maheshrayate@gmail.com 9403607889 View
06 Ms. Wavare A. U. Lecturer M.E. (Mechanical) amruta.prd15@gmail.com 8668431429 View
07 Mr. Wagh D. G. Lecturer M.E. (Mechanical) wagh.dattatraya@gmail.com 9011574555 View
08 Mr. Thigle V. G. Lecturer B.E. (Mechanical) vivekgthigle@gmail.com 9881737340 View
09 Mr. Kale S. L. Lecturer B.E. (Mechanical) sunil.beed@gmail.com 7798163203 View