Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was started in 2010 and offers an undergraduate course admitting 60 students for first-year. It has well-equipped laboratories which adequately fulfills the requirements of the undergraduate course. The department also has workshops for training in smithy, carpentry, welding, and machine tools.

The department has a team of highly qualified & well experienced, dedicated faculty members, who strive to give their 100 percent. The Mechanical Engineering department has fully-fledged 15 laboratories with State-of-the-art equipments and they are armed with the recent software highly demanded by the Employers. The department is committed to adopt positive approach and provide flexible and innovative learning opportunities to students and enable them to build great careers confidently. We are committed to provide students with a high-quality education.

Strengths of Department

  • Excellent track of Placement
  • Regular internship for students after every year for exercising them Into their respective fields.
  • Centre of Excellence in Product Design & Development, Solid Works, 3D Printing
  • Industry oriented value-added program.
  • Eminent Faculty with a blend of Industry & Research Experience.
  • Vibrant Student professional bodies and hobby club
  • SAE collegiate club with track record of winner in SAEBAJA event.
  • The state-of-the-Art Labs, advanced software.
  • Global Certification programs.
  • Exposure to various live projects.

This will enable them to successfully compete within all dimensions that encourage lifelong learning, foster teamwork and leadership. With a clear vision to be a premier value-based department committed to excellence in preparing students for success in the engineering and technology professions through research, experienced-based instruction under the direction of a highly qualified and customer-oriented faculty and staff.


To become a “center of excellence” by inculcating value based education to Mechanical Engineering students.


  • To impart quality education through innovative Teaching – Learning Processes.
  • To encourage igniting minds by sharpening their skills to face global challenges.
  • To configure and convert ideas into reality through participative learning.
Sr. No. Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)
I. Graduates will provide opportunity to learn and acquire knowledge of basic mathematical, professional, and technical fundamentals, to prepare students to succeed in technical professional global level and to enable them to excel in further education.
II. Graduates will be able to develop an ability to innovate, communicate, analyze, interpret, and apply technical concepts to solve real life problems and to create novel products.
III. Graduates will be able to aware and achieve scientific and engineering breadth through various professional and technical activities.
IV. Graduates will inculcate professional and ethical attitude to excel in engineering profession.
V. Graduates will accomplish overall development with the aid of project-based learning environment.
Sr. No. Program Outcomes (PO’s)
a. Engineering knowledge: Graduates will utilize knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals to solve problems in the domain of mechanical engineering.
b. Problem analysis: Graduates will identify, formulate, and analyze complex problems in real world using principles of science and engineering.
c. Design/development of solutions: Graduates will design system component to satisfy the desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health, safety, and sustainability.
d. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Graduates will conduct experiments, analyze, and interpret experimental results.
e. Modern tool usage: Graduates will apply techniques, skills, and computer aided software tools necessary for solving mechanical engineering problems
f. The engineer and society: Graduates will exhibit awareness of existing mechanical engineering problems.
g. Environment and sustainability: Graduates will understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
h. Ethics: Graduates will understand and apply professional and ethical responsibility.
i. Individual and teamwork: Graduates will identify the areas of interest and functions as an individual and as a member or leader in multidisciplinary teams.
j. Communication: Graduates will communicate facts successfully with people in engineering domain and effectively design and prepare documents and reports.
k. Project management and finance: Graduates will demonstrate the understanding of management principles as applied to the specified work and apply this knowledge to manage the projects as a member and leader in a team.
l. Life-long learning: Graduates will acquire knowledge of contemporary issues and recognize the need for life-long learning.
Year Subject And COs
SE Semester – I Course : Solid Mechanics Course Code: 202041
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEFINE various types of stresses and strain developed on determinate and indeterminate members.
CO2 DRAW Shear force and bending moment diagram for various types of transverse loading and support
CO3 COMPUTE the slope & deflection, bending stresses and shear stresses on a beam
CO4 CALCULATE torsional shear stress in shaft and buckling on the column
CO5 APPLY the concept of principal stresses and theories of failure to determine stresses on a 2-D element.
CO6 UTILIZE the concepts of SFD & BMD, torsion and principal stresses to solve combined loading application based problems.
Course : Solid Modeling and Drafting Course Code: 202042
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 UNDERSTAND basic concepts of CAD system, need and scope in Product Lifecycle Management
CO2 UTILIZE knowledge of curves and surfacing features and methods to create complex solid geometry
CO3 CONSTRUCT solid models, assemblies using various modeling techniques & PERFORM mass property analysis, including creating and using a coordinate system
CO4 APPLY geometric transformations to simple 2D geometries
CO5 USE CAD model data for various CAD based engineering applications viz. production drawings, 3D printing, FEA, CFD, MBD, CAE, CAM, etc.
CO6 USE PMI & MBD approach for communication
Course : Engg. Engineering Thermodynamics Course Code: 202043
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DESCRIBE the basics of thermodynamics with heat and work interactions
CO2 APPLY laws of thermodynamics to steady flow and non-flow processes
CO3 APPLY entropy, available and non available energy for an Open and Closed System,
CO4 DETERMINE the properties of steam and their effect on performance of vapour power cycle.
CO5 ANALYSE the fuel combustion process and products of combustion
CO6 SELECT various instrumentations required for safe and efficient operation of steam generator.
Course : – Engineering Materials and Metallurgy Course Code: 202044
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 COMPARE crystal structures and ASSESS different lattice parameters
CO2 CORRELATE crystal structures and imperfections in crystals with mechanical behaviour of materials.
CO3 DIFFERENTIATE and DETERMINE mechanical properties using destructive and nondestructive testing of mater
CO4 IDENTIFY & ESTIMATE different parameters of the system viz., phases, variables, component, grains, grain boundary, and degree of freedom. etc.
CO5 ANALYSE effect of alloying element & heat treatment on properties of ferrous & nonferrous alloy.
CO6 SELECT appropriate materials for various applications.
Course : Electrical and Electronics Engineering Course Code: 203156
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 APPLY programming concepts to UNDERSTAND role of Microprocessor and Microcontroller in embedded systems
CO2 DEVELOP interfacing of different types of sensors and other hardware devices with Atmega328 based Arduino Board
CO3 UNDERSTAND the operation of DC motor, its speed control methods and braking
CO4 DISTINGUISH between types of three phase induction motor and its characteristic features
CO5 EXPLAIN about emerging technology of Electric Vehicle (EV) and its modular subsystems
CO6 CHOOSE energy storage devices and electrical drives for EVs
Course : Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Lab Course Code: 202045
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 SELECT appropriate IS and ASME standards for drawing
CO2 READ & ANALYSE variety of industrial drawings
CO3 APPLY geometric and dimensional tolerance, surface finish symbols in drawing
CO4 EVALUATE dimensional tolerance based on type of fit, etc.
CO5 SELECT an appropriate manufacturing process using DFM, DFA, etc.
SE Semester – II Course : Engg. Mathematics-III Course Code: 207002
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Solve higher order linear differential equations and apply to modeling and analyzing mass spring systems.
CO2 Apply Laplace transform and Fourier transform techniques to solve differential equations involved in Vibration theory, Heat transfer and related engineering applications.
CO3 Apply statistical methods like correlation, regression analysis in analyzing, interpreting experimental data and probability theory in testing and quality control.
CO4 Perform vector differentiation and integration, analyze the vector fields and apply to fluid flow problems.
CO5 Solve various partial differential equations such as wave equation, one and two dimensional heat flow equations.
Course : Kinematics of Machinery Course Code: 202047
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 APPLY kinematic analysis to simple mechanisms
CO2 ANALYZE velocity and acceleration in mechanisms by vector and graphical method
CO3 SYNTHESIZE a four bar mechanism with analytical and graphical methods
CO4 APPLY fundamentals of gear theory as a prerequisite for gear design
CO5 CONSTRUCT cam profile for given follower motion
Course : Applied Thermodynamics Course Code: 202048
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DETERMINE COP of refrigeration system and ANALYZE psychrometric processes.
CO2 DISCUSS basics of engine terminology,air standard, fuel air and actual cycles.
CO3 IDENTIFY factors affecting the combustion performance of SI and CI engines.
CO4 DETERMINE performance parameters of IC Engines and emission control.
CO5 EXPLAIN working of various IC Engine systems and use of alternative fuels.
CO6 CALCULATE performance of single and multi stage reciprocating compressors and DISCUSS rotary positive displacement compressors
Course : Fluid Mechanics Course Code: 202049
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DETERMINE various properties of fluid
CO2 APPLY the laws of fluid statics and concepts of buoyancy
CO3 IDENTIFY types of fluid flow and terms associated in fluid kinematics
CO4 APPLY principles of fluid dynamics to laminar flow
CO5 ESTIMATE friction and minor losses in internal flows and DETERMINE boundary layer formation over an external surface
CO6 CONSTRUCT mathematical correlation considering dimensionless parameters, also ABLE to predict the performance of prototype using model laws
Course : Manufacturing Processes Course Code: 202050
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 SELECT appropriate moulding, core making and melting practice and estimate pouring time, solidification rate and DESIGN riser size and location for sand casting process
CO2 UNDERSTAND mechanism of metal forming techniques and CALCULATE load required for flat rolling
CO3 DEMONSTRATE press working operations and APPLY the basic principles to DESIGN dies and tools for forming and shearing operations
CO4 CLASSIFY and EXPLAIN different welding processes and EVALUATE welding characteristics
CO5 DIFFERENTIATE thermoplastics and thermosetting and EXPLAIN polymer processing techniques
CO6 UNDERSTAND the principle of manufacturing of fibre-reinforce composites and metal matrix composites
Course : Machine Shop – I Course Code: 202051
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 PERFORM welding using TIG/ MIG/ Resistance/Gas welding technique
CO2 MAKE Fibre-reinforced Composites by hand lay-up process or spray lay-up techniques
CO3 PERFORM cylindrical/surface grinding operation and CALCULATE its machining time
CO4 DETERMINE number of indexing movements required and acquire skills to PRODUCE a spur gear on a horizontal milling machine
CO5 PREPARE industry visit report
CO6 UNDERSTAND procedure of plastic processing
Course : Project Based Learning – II Course Code: 202052
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 IDENTIFY the real-world problem (possibly of interdisciplinary nature) through a rigorous literature survey and formulate / set relevant aims and objectives.
CO2 ANALYZE the results and arrive at valid conclusions.
CO3 PROPOSE a suitable solution based on the fundamentals of mechanical engineering by possibly integration of previously acquired knowledge.
CO4 CONTRIBUTE to society through proposed solutions by strictly following professional ethics and safety measures.
CO5 USE of technology in proposed work and demonstrate learning in oral and written form.
CO6 DEVELOP ability to work as an individual and as a team member.
TE Semester- I Course : Numerical & Statistical Methods Course Code: 302041
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 SOLVE system of equations using direct and iterative numerical methods.
CO2 ESTIMATE solutions for differential equations using numerical techniques
CO3 DEVELOP solution for engineering applications with numerical integration.
CO4 DESIGN and CREATE a model using a curve fitting and regression analysis.
CO5 APPLY statistical Technique for quantitative data analysis.
CO6 DEMONSTRATE the data, using the concepts of probability and linear algebra.
Course : Heat & Mass Transfer Course Code:302042
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 IDENTIFY the laws for different modes of heat transfer.
CO2 UNDERSTAND the properties and economics of thermal insulation and ANALYZE heat transfer through fins and thermal systems with lumped heat capacitance.
CO3 ANALYZE the natural and forced convective mode of heat transfer in various geometric configurations.
CO4 UNDERSTAND AND REALIZE various laws with their interrelations and analyze Radiation heat transfer in black and grey bodies/surfaces with or without radiation shields.
CO5 UNDERSTAND the fundamentals and laws of mass transfer and its applications.
CO6 ANALYZE various performance parameters for existing heat exchanger and DEVELOP methodologies for designing a heat exchanger under prescribed conditions and for a particular application, with references TEMA standards
Course : Design of Machine Elements – I Course Code: 302043
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DESIGN AND ANALYZE the cotter and knuckle Joints, levers and components subjected to eccentric loading
CO2 DESIGN shafts, keys and couplings under static loading conditions.
CO3 ANALYZE different stresses in power screws and APPLY those in the procedure to design screw jack.
CO4 EVALUATE dimensions of machine components under fluctuating loads.
CO5 EVALUATE & INTERPRET the stress developed on the different type of welded and threaded joints.
CO6 APPLY the design and development procedure for different types of springs.
Course : Mechatronics Course Code: 302044
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEFINE key elements of mechatronics, principle of sensor and its characteristics.
CO2 UTILIZE concept of signal processing and MAKE use of interfacing systems such as ADC, DAC, Digital I/O.
CO3 DETERMINE the transfer function by using block diagram reduction technique.
CO4 EVALUATE Poles and Zero, frequency domain parameter for mathematical modeling for mechanical system.
CO5 APPLY the concept of different controller modes to an industrial application.
CO6 DEVELOP the ladder programming for industrial application.
Course : Electiv I A) Advanced Forming & Joining Processes Course Code: 302045
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 ANALYSE the effect of friction in metal forming deep drawing and IDENTIFICATION of surface defects and their remedies in deep drawing operations
CO2 ASSESS the parameters for special forming operation and SELECT appropriate special forming operation for particular applications.
CO3 ANALYSE the effect of HAZ on microstructure and mechanical properties of materials
CO4 CLASSIFY various solid state welding process and SELECT suitable welding processes for particular applications
CO5 CLASSIFY various advanced welding process and SELECT suitable welding processes for particular applications.
CO6 INTERPRET the principles of sustainable manufacturing and its role in manufacturing industry.
Course : Electiv I B) Machining Science &Technolog Course Code: 302045
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEFINE metal cutting principles and mechanics of metal cutting and tool life.
CO2 DESCRIBE features of gear and thread manufacturing processes.
CO3 SELECT appropriate grinding wheel and demonstrate the various surface finishing processes.
CO4 SELECT appropriate jigs/fixtures and to draw the process plan for a given component.
CO5 SELECT & EVALUATE various parameters of process planning.
CO6 GENERATE CNC program for Turning / Milling processes and generate tool path using CAM software.
Course : Digital Manufacturing Laboratory Course Code: 302046
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEVELOP a component using conventional machines, CNC machines and Additive Manufacturing Techniques.
CO2 ANALYZE cutting tool parameters for machining given job.
CO3 DEMONSTRATE simulation of manufacturing process using Digital Manufacturing Tools.
CO4 ELECT and DESIGN jigs and Fixtures for a given component
CO5 DEMONESTRATE different parameters for CNC retrofitting and reconditioning.
Course : Skill Development Course Code: 302047
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 APPLY& DEMONSTRATE procedure of assembly & disassembly of various machines.
CO2 DESIGN & DEVELOP a working/model of machine parts or any new product.
CO3 EVALUATE fault with diagnosis on the machines, machine tools and home appliances.
CO4 IDENTIFY & DEMONSTRATE the various activities performed in an industry such as maintenance, design of components, material selection.
TE Semester- II Course : Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Course Code: 302049
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEMONSTRATE fundamentals of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
CO2 APPLY feature extraction and selection techniques.
CO3 APPLY machine learning algorithms for classification and regression problems.
CO4 DEVISE AND DEVELOP a machine learning model using various steps.
CO5 EXPLAIN concepts of reinforced and deep learning.
CO6 SIMULATE machine learning model in mechanical engineering problems.
Course : Computer Aided Engineering Course Code: 302050
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEFINE the use of CAE tools and DESCRIBE the significance of shape functions in finite element formulations.
CO2 APPLY the various meshing techniques for better evaluation of approximate results.
CO3 APPLY material properties and boundary condition to SOLVE 1-D and 2-D element stiffness matrices to obtain nodal or elemental solution.
CO4 ANALYZE and APPLY various numerical methods for different types of analysis.
CO5 EVALUATE and SOLVE non-linear and dynamic analysis problems by analyzing the results obtained from analytical and computational method.
CO6 GENERATE the results in the form of contour plot by the USE of CAE tools.
Course : Design of Transmission System Course Code: 302051
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 APPLY the principle of Spur & Helical gear design for industrial application and PREPARE a manufacturing drawing with the concepts of GD&T.
CO2 EXPLAIN and DESIGN Bevel & Worm gear considering design parameters as per design standards.
CO3 SELECT&DESIGN Rolling and Sliding Contact Bearings from manufacturer’s catalogue for a typical application considering suitable design parameters.
CO4 DEFINE and DESIGN various types of Clutches, Brakes, used in automobile.
CO5 APPLY various concept to DESIGN Machine Tool Gear box, for different applications
CO6 ELABORATE various modes of operation, degree of hybridization and allied terms associated with hybrid electric vehicl..
Course : Electiv II A) Composite Materials Course Code: 302052
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEFINE & COMPARE composites with traditional materials.
CO2 IDENTIFY & ESTIMATE different parameters of the Polymer Matrix Composite
CO3 CATEGORISE and APPLY Metal Matrix Process from possessions landscape.
CO4 DETERMINE volume/weight fraction and strength of Composites.
CO5 SELECT appropriate testing and inspection method for composite materials.
CO6 SELECT composites materials for various applications.
Course : Electiv II B) Surface Engineering Course Code: 302052
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEFINE the basic’s principle & mechanism of surface degradation
CO2 ANALYSE & SELECT correct corrosion prevention techniques for a different service condition.
CO3 DEMONSTRATE the role of surface engineering of materials to modify/improve the surface properties.
CO4 SELECT the suitable surface heat treatments to improve the surface properties.
CO5 APPLY the surface modification technique to modify surface properties.
CO6 ANALYSE & EVALUTE various surface coating defects using various testing/characterization method.
Course : Measurement Laboratory Code: 302053
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 EVALUATE causes of errors in Vernier calipers, micrometers by performing experiments in standard metrological conditions, noting deviations at actual and by plotting cause and effect diagram, to reduce uncertainty in measurement.
CO2 ANALYZE strain measurement parameters by taking modulus of elasticity in consideration to acknowledge its usage in failure detection and force variations.
CO3 EXAMINE surface Textures, surface finish using equipment’s like Talysurf and analyze surface finish requirements of metrological equipment’s like gauges, jaws of vernier calipers, micrometers, magnifying glasses of height gauge and more, to optimize surface finish accuracy requirements and cost of measurement.
CO4 MEASURE the dimensional accuracy using Comparator and limit gauges and appraise their usage in actual measurement or comparison with standards set to reduce measurement lead time.
CO5 PERFORM Testing of Flow rate, speed and temperature measurements and their effect on performance in machines and mechanisms like hydraulic or pneumatic trainers, lathe machine etc. to increase repeatability and reproducibility.
CO6 COMPILE the information of opportunities of entrepreneurships/business in various sectors of metrology like calibrations, testing, coordinate and laser metrology etc in an industry visit report.
Course : Fluid Power & Control Laboratory Code: 302054
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEFINE working principle of components used in hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
CO2 IDENTIFY & EXPLAIN various applications of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
CO3 SELECT an appropriate component required for hydraulic and pneumatic systems using manufactures’ catalogues.
CO4 SIMULATE & ANALYSE various hydraulic and pneumatic systems for industrial/mobile applications
CO5 DESIGN a hydraulic and pneumatic system for the industrial applications.
CO6 DESIGN & DEMONESTRATE various IoT, PLC based controlling system using hydraulics and pneumatics.
Course : Internship Course Code: 302055
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEMONSTRATE professional competence through industry internship.
CO2 APPLY knowledge gained through internships to complete academic activities in a professional manner.
CO3 CHOOSE appropriate technology and tools to solve given problem.
CO4 DEMONSTRATE abilities of a responsible professional and use ethical practices in day to day life.
CO5 DEVELOP network and social circle, and DEVELOPING relationships with industry people
CO6 ANALYZE various career opportunities and DECIDE career goals.
Course : Mini project Course Code: 302055
Co. No. Course Outcomes
CO1 EXPLAIN plan and execute a Mini Project with team.
CO2 IMPLEMENT hardware/software/analytical/numerical techniques, etc.
CO3 DEVELOP a technical report based on the Mini project.
CO4 DELIVER technical seminar based on the Mini Project work carried out.
BE Semester – I Course: Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration; Course Code: 402041
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 ANALYSE different air-craft refrigeration systems and EXPLAIN the properties, applications and environmental issues of different refrigerants.
CO2 ANALYSE multi pressure refrigeration system used for refrigeration applications.
CO3 DISCUSS types of compressors, condensers, evaporators and expansion valves along with regulatory and safety controls and DESCRIBES Transcritical and ejector refrigeration systems.
CO4 ESTIMATE cooling load for air conditioning systems used with concern of design conditions and indoor quality of air.
CO5 DESIGN air distribution system along with consideration of ventilation and infiltration.
CO6 EXPLAIN the working of types of desiccants, evaporative, thermal storage, radiant cooling, clean room and heat pump systems.
Course: Dynamics of Machinery; Course Code: 402042
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 APPLY balancing technique for static and dynamic balancing of multi cylinder inline and radial engines.
CO2 ANALYZE the gyroscopic couple or effect for stabilization of Ship, Airplane and Four wheeler vehicles.
CO3 ESTIMATE natural frequency for single DOF un-damped & damped free vibratory systems.
CO4 DETERMINE response to forced vibrations due to harmonic excitation, base excitation and excitation due to unbalance forces.
CO5 ESTIMATE natural frequencies, mode shapes for 2 DOF un-damped free longitudinal and torsional vibratory systems.
CO6 DESCRIBE noise and vibration measuring instruments for industrial / real life applications along with suitable method for noise and vibration control.
Course: Turbomachinery ; Course Code: 402043
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 VALIDATE impulse moment principle using flat, inclined and curved surfaces and INVESTIGATE performance characteristics of hydraulic turbines.
CO2 DETERMINE performance parameters of impulse and reaction steam turbine along with discussion of nozzles, governing mechanism & losses.
CO3 MEASURE performance parameters of single & multistage centrifugal pumps along with discussion of cavitation and selection.
CO4 EXPLAIN performance parameters of centrifugal compressor along with discussion of theoretical aspects of axial compressor.
Course: Elective – III : Automobile Design; Course Code: 402044A
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DESIGN of Principal Engine Components
CO2 DESIGN of Drive train
CO3 DESIGN of brakes and Suspension
Course: Elective – III : Design of Heat Transfer Equipments; Course Code: 402044B
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 EXPLAIN the design aspect of heat exchanger considering fouling factor for Heat Transfer Applications
CO2 SELECT and DESIGN the double tube heat exchangers for process industry
CO3 DESIGN the Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers for specified conditions
CO4 DESIGN the condensers and evaporators for refrigeration applications
CO5 DESIGN the compact heat exchangers
CO6 ANALYSE the performance of counter and cross flow cooling tower.
Course: Elective – III : Modern Machining Processes ; Course Code: 402044C
CO1 UNDERSTAND and ANALYZE the mechanism, process parameters of mechanical assisted modern machining processes.
CO2 UNDERSTAND the mechanism, construction and working of laser, plasma and electron beam assisted machining
CO3 CLASSIFY and ANALYZE the mechanism, process parameters of the chemical and electrochemical machining
CO4 RELATE and ANALYZE the mechanism and select process parameters Electrical Discharge Machining for an application
CO5 ILLUSTRATE the application of micromachining processes.
CO6 SUGGEST appropriate nanomachining process for the specific application
Course: Elective – III : Industrial Engineering; Course Code: 402044D
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 EVALUATE the productivity and IMPLEMENT various productivity improvement techniques.
CO2 APPLY work study techniques and UNDERSTANDS its importance for better productivity.
CO3 . DEMONSTRATE the ability to SELECT plant location, appropriate layout and material handling equipment.
CO4 USE of Production planning and control tools for effective planning, scheduling and managing the shop floor control.
CO5 PLAN inventory requirements and EXERCISE effective control on manufacturing requirements.
CO6 APPLY Ergonomics and legislations for human comfort at work place and UNDERSTANDS the role of value engineering in improving productivity.
Course: Elective – III : Internet of Things ; Course Code: 402044E
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 EXPLAIN the Applications/Devices, Protocols and Communication Models of IoT
CO2 DEMONSTARTE small Mechanical Engineering IoT oriented applications using Sensors, Actuators, Microcontrollers and Cloud
CO3 SELECT commonly used IoT Simulation Hardware platforms
CO4 APPLICATION of Interfacing and Communication Technologies for IoT
CO5 ILLUSTRATE IoT Application Development and Security of IoT Ecosystem
CO6 EVALUATE Present and Future Domain specific Applications of IoT Ecosystem
Course: Elective – III : Computational Fluid Dynamics; Course Code: 402044F
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DISTINGUISH and ANALYSE the governing equations of fluid mechanics and heat transfer in various formulations
CO2 ANALYZE and MODEL the conduction and advection problems
CO3 ANALYZE and MODEL the Convection-Diffusion problems
CO4 IDENTIFY and EVALUATE the External/Internal flow and its simulation
CO5 DISTINGUISH and COMPARE concepts of stability and turbulence.
CO6 USE and APPLY a CFD tool for effectively solving practical Fluid-Structure Interaction problems
Course: Elective – IV : Product Design and Development; Course Code: 402045A
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 UNDERSTAND Product design and Product development processes
CO2 UNDERSTAND Processes, tools and techniques for Market Survey & Product Specification Finalization
CO3 UNDERSTAND Processes, tools and techniques for Concept Inception, Verification and selection
CO4 UNDERSTAND Processes, tools and techniques for Concept Exploration & Development
CO5 UNDERSTAND Processes, tools and techniques for Design Verification and Validation
CO6 UNDERSTAND Processes, tools and techniques for Robust Design and Development
Course: Elective – IV : Experimental Methods in Thermal Engineering; Course Code: 402045B
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 . IDENTIFY the suitable instrument for measuring parameters as per performance characteristics
CO2 ANALYZE experimental data by using different statistical techniques and estimate error
CO3 DISTINGUISH different methods of temperature measurements and thermal radiation
CO4 CLASSIFY various pressure measurement instruments and their comparison
CO5 EXPLAIN different flow measurement methods and flow visualization techniques
CO6 APPLY knowledge of modern engineering experimentation, including calibration, data acquisition, analysis and interpretation using different AI and ML techniques
Course: Elective – IV : Additive Manufacturing ; Course Code: 402045C
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 USE and CLASSIFY the fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing Technologies for engineering applications.
CO2 IDENTIFY and CATEGORIZE the methodology to manufacture the products using light-based photo-curing, LASER based technologies and STUDY their applications, benefits
CO3 IDENTIFY and CATEGORIZE the methodology to manufacture the products using extrusion-based deposition, inkjet-based technologies and STUDY their applications, benefits.
CO4 SYNTHESIZE, RECOMMEND and DESIGN the suitable material and process for fabrication and build behavior of verities of product.
CO5 DESIGN and CONSTRUCT the AM equipment’s for appropriate applications and the input CAD model.
CO6 DEVELOP the knowledge of additive manufacturing for various real-life applications.
Course: Elective – IV : Operations Research ; Course Code: 402045D
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 EVALUATE various situations of Games theory and Decision techniques and APPLY them to solve them in real life for decision making.
CO2 SELECT appropriate model for queuing situations and sequencing situations and FIND the optimal solutions using models for different situations.
CO3 FORMULATE various management problems and SOLVE them using Linear programming using graphical method and simplex method.
CO4 FORMULATE variety of problems such as transportation, assignment, travelling salesman and SOLVE these problems using linear programming approach.
CO5 PLAN optimum project schedule for network models arising from a wide range of applications and for replacement situations find the optimal solutions using appropriate models for the situation.
CO6 APPLY concepts of simulation and Dynamic programming
Course: Elective – IV : Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality ; Course Code: 402045E
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 UNDERSTAND fundamental Computer Vision, Computer Graphics and HumanComputer Interaction Techniques related to VR/AR
CO2 UNDERSTAND Geometric Modeling Techniques
CO3 UNDERSTAND the Virtual Environment
CO5 APPLY various types of Hardware and Software in Virtual Reality systems
CO6 DESIGN and FORMULATE Virtual/Augmented Reality Applications
Course: Elective – IV : Data Analytics Laboratory ; Course Code: 402046
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 UNDERSTAND the basics of data analytics using concepts of statistics and probability
CO2 APPLY various inferential statistical analysis techniques to describe data sets and withdraw useful conclusions from acquired data set.
CO3 EXPLORE the data analytics techniques using various tools
CO4 APPLY data science concept and methods to solve problems in real world context
CO5 SELECT advanced techniques to conduct thorough and insightful analysis and interpret the results
Course :Project (Stage – I) ; Course Code: 402047
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Implement systems approach
CO2 To conceptualize a novel idea / technique into a product.
CO3 To think in terms of a multi-disciplinary environment.
CO4 To take on the challenges of teamwork, and document all aspects of design work.
CO5 To understand the management techniques of implementing a project.
BE Semester -II Course: Computer Integrated Manufacturing ; Course Code: 402048
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 EXPLAIN CIM and factory automation.
CO2 UNDERSTAND the integration of hardware and software elements for CIM
CO3 APPLY CNC program for appropriate manufacturing techniques.
CO4 ANALYZE processes planning, quality and MRP integrated with computers.
CO5 INTERPRET flexible, cellular manufacturing and group technology.
CO6 ANALYZE the effect of IOT, Industry-4.0 and cloud base manufacturing.
Course: Energy Engineering ; Course Code: 402049
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 EXPLAIN the power generation scenario, the layout components of thermal power plant and ANALYZE the improved Rankine cycle.
CO2 :ANALYZE the performance of steam condensers, cooling tower system; RECOGNIZE an environmental impact of energy systems and methods to control the same.
CO3 EXPLAIN the layout, component details of diesel engine plant, hydel and nuclear energy systems.
CO4 ANALYZE gas and improved power cycles.
CO5 EXPLAIN the fundamentals of renewable energy systems
CO6 EXPLAIN basic principles of energy management, storage and economics of power generation.
Course: Elective-V Quality & Reliability Engineering ; Course Code: 402050A
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 UNDERSTAND basic concepts of quality and RELATE various quality tools
CO2 . DEVELOP analytical competencies to SOLVE problems on control charts and process capability
CO3 UNDERSTAND fundamental concepts of reliability.
CO4 . EVALUATE system reliability.
CO5 IDENTIFY various failure modes and CREATE fault tree diagram
CO6 UNDERSTAND the concept of reliability centered maintenance and APPLY reliability tests methods.
Course: Elective-V  Energy Audit and Management ; Course Code: 402050B
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 EXPLAIN the energy need and role of energy management
CO2 CARRY OUT an energy audit of the Institute/Industry/Organization
CO3 ASSESS the ENCON opportunities using energy economics
CO4 . ANALYSE the energy conservation performance of Thermal Utilities
CO5 ANALYSE the energy conservation performance of Electrical Utilities
CO6 EXPLAIN the energy performance improvement by Cogeneration and WHR method
Course: Elective-V : Manufacturing System and Simulation ; Course Code: 402050C
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 UNDERSTAND the concepts of manufacturing system, characteristics, type, etc.
CO2 UNDERSTAND the concepts of Facilities, manufacturing planning & control and Support System.
CO3 UNDERSTAND the concepts of manufacturing towards solving productivity related problems.
CO4 DEVELOP a virtual model to solve industrial engineering related issues such as capacity. utilization, line balancing.
CO5 BUILDING tools to view and control simulations and their results.
CO6 PLAN the data representation & Evaluate the results of the simulation.
Course: Elective-V : Engineering Economics and Financial Management ; Course Code: 402050D
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 UNDERSTAND the business environment, concepts of economics and demand-supply scenario.
CO2 APPLY the concepts of costing and pricing to evaluate the pricing of mechanical components.
CO3 UNDERSTAND accounting systems and analyze financial statements using ratio analysis
CO4 SELECT and PREPARE the appropriate type of budget and understand the controlling aspects of budget
CO5 UNDERSTAND the international business and trade system functioning
CO6 DEMONSTRATE understanding of financing decisions of new ventures and performance
Course: Elective-V : Organizational Informatics ; Course Code: 402050E
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Demonstrate an understanding of the scope, purpose and value of information systems in an organization.
CO2 Understand the constituents of the information system.
CO3 Demonstrate the Understanding of the management of product data and features of various PLM aspects.
CO4 . Relate the basic concepts of manufacturing system and the ERP functionalities in context of information usage.
CO5 Understand the manufacturing execution system and it’s applications in functional areas.
CO6 Outline the role of the information system in various types of business and allied emerging technologies.
Course: Elective-V  : Computational Multi Body Dynamics ; Course Code: 402050F
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 APPLY the basic terminology and concepts used in Multibody Dynamics to solve varieties of motion related applications
CO2 IDENTIFY and EVALUATE the types of joints, its kinematics and relevant transformations
CO3 DISTINGUISH and COMPARE the formulation methods
CO4 DERIVE equations of motion and EVALUATE the kinematics and dynamics of rigid Planar inter-connected bodies
CO5 DERIVE equations of motion and EVALUATE the kinematics of rigid Spatial interconnected bodies
CO6 APPLY MBD tool effectively and SIMULATE it to solve and validate practical Multibody Dynamics problems and its solutions
Course: Elective-VI : Process Equipment Design ; Course Code: 402051A
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 INTERPRET the different parameters involved in design of process Equipments
CO2 ANALYZE thin and thick walled cylinder
CO3 DESIGN cylindrical vessel, spherical vessel, tall vessels and thick walled high pressure vessels
CO4 DESIGN different process Equipments and select pump, compressor etc. and auxiliary services
CO5 EVALUATE Process parameters and their correlation
CO6 APPLY the concepts of process equipment design for specific applications
Course:Elective-VI: Renewable Energy Technologies ; Course Code: 402051B
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DESCRIBE fundaments, needs and scopes of renewable energy systems.
CO2 EXPLAIN performance aspects of flat and concentric solar collectors along with applications.
CO3 DESIGN solar photovoltaic system for residential applications.
CO4 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS of wind energy conversion system
CO5 APPLY Installation practices of Wind and Solar Photovoltaic Systems for grid connection
CO6 DETERMINE performance parameters of bio-energy conversion systems.
Course: Elective-VI: Automation and Robotics ; Course Code: 402051C
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 UNDERSTAND the basic concepts of Automation
CO2 UNDERSTAND the basic concepts of Robotics
CO3 IDENTIFY and EVALUATE appropriate Drive for Robotic Applications
CO4 COMPARE and SELECT End-effectors and Sensors as per Application
CO5 DEVELOPE the Mathematical Modeling Approaches of Robot
CO6 EVALUATE the fundamentals of robot programming and CLASSIFY the Applications
Course: Elective-VI: Industrial Psychology and Organizational Behavior ; Course Code: 402051D
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEMONSTRATE fundamental knowledge about need and scope of industrial – organizational psychology and behavior.
CO2 ANALYZE the job requirement, have understanding of fatigue, boredom and improve the job satisfaction.
CO3 UNDERSTAND the approaches to enhance the performance.
CO4 KNOWLEDGE of theories of organizational behavior, learning and social-system.
CO5 UNDERSTAND the mechanism of group behavior, various aspects of team, leadership and conflict management.
CO6 EVALUATE the organizational culture, manage the change and understands organizational development approaches
Course: Elective-VI : Electric and Hybrid Vehicle ; Course Code: 402051E
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 UNDERSTAND the basics related to e-vehicle
CO2 CLASSIFY the different hybrid vehicles
CO3 IDENTIFY and EVALUATE the Prime Movers, Energy Storage and Controllers
CO4 DISCOVER and CATAGORIZE the Electric Vehicle Configuration with respect to Propulsion, Power distribution and Drive-Train Topologies
CO5 DEVELOP body frame with appropriate suspension system and TESTING of for eVehicles
CO6 CLASSIFY and EVALUATE Battery Charging techniques and management
Course: Mechanical Systems Analysis Laboratory ; Course Code: 402052
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 DEVELOP an understanding of the Systems Engineering Process and the range of factors that influence the product need, problem-specific information collection, Problem Definition, Task Specification, Solution Concept inception, Concept Development, System’s Mathematical Modelling, Synthesis, Analysis, final solution Selection, Simulation, Detailed Design, Construction, Prototyping, Testing, fault-finding, Diagnosis, Performance Analysis, and Evaluation, Maintenance, Modification, Validation, Planning, Production, Evaluation and use of a system using manual calculation, computational tools 105 | P a g e to automate product development process, redesign from customer feedback and control of technological systems.
CO2 ILLUSTRATE the concepts and USE the developed skill-set of use of computational tools (FEA, CFD, MBD, FSI, CAE) to automate the complete product development process
CO3 EVALUATE the knowledge of new developments and innovations in technological systems to carry forward to next stage of employment after passing your Undergraduate Degree Examination.
CO4 APPRAISE how technologies have transformed people’s lives and can be used to SOLVE challenges associated with climate change, efficient energy use, security, health, education and transport, which will be coming your ways in the coming future.
CO5 PRIORITIZE the concept of quality and standards, including systems reliability, safety and fitness for the intended purpose.
CO6 INVENT yourself to face the challenges of future technologies and their associated Problems.
Course: Project (Stage – II) ; Course Code: 402053
Co.No. Course Outcomes
CO1 Implement systems approach
CO2 To conceptualize a novel idea / technique into a product
CO3 To think in terms of a multi-disciplinary environment.
CO4 To take on the challenges of teamwork, and document all aspects of design work.
CO5 To understand the management techniques of implementing a project.

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Sr. No. Post Name of Student
1 President Mr. Siddharth Hon
2 Vice President Mr. Rahul Lahamge
3 GR Miss. Sayali Chaudhari
4 Tressurer Mr. Abhijit Jagtap
5 Technical Event Coordinator Mr. Pranav Patil
6 Mr. Jagtap Prit Anil
7 Mr. Sumit Chhannusing Nikam
8 Mr. Abhijit Shelar
9 Miss.Divya Jagtap
10 Mr.Shirke Smita Sanjay
11 Mr.Akash Balkrushna Hadal
12 Event Organizer Mr.Deepak Kachave
13 Mr.Durvesh Kailas Sawale
14 Mr.Rushab Ghatborikar
15 Mr.Santosh Pawade
16 Mr.Prasad Ramesh Bagul
17 Mr.Hemant Namdeo Thakare
18 Mr.Akshay Vinodprasad Poddar
19 Art’s and Crafts / Photography Miss.Madhuri Dilip Barhe
20 Mr.Suraj Taur
21 Miss.Rutuja Sharad Bhamare
22 Mr.Chetan Shantilal Patil
23 Miss.Pratiksha Somnath Godse
24 Mr.Chaudhari Khushal Vinod
25 Mr.Sahil Vijay Patil
26 Social activities Mr.Shivam Varma
27 Mr.Amol Sonawane
28 Mr.Darshan Yashwant Jawale
29 Mr.Saurabh Pandey
30 Mr.Yuvraj Babsaheb Bidgar
31 Mr.Dnyneshwar Namdev Vhande
32 Sports Mr.Kiran Mandlik
33 Mr.Karan Pawar
34 Mr.Harshal Patil
35 Mr.Bhavesh Patil
36 Mr.Ketan Kondu Karale
37 Marketing Mr.Pravel Mahajan
38 Mr.Rushikesh Hemraj Aher
39 Mr.Pranay Dnyandeo Dhande
40 Mr.Tejas Wankhade
41 Mr.Piyush Jagtap
42 Mr.Sagar Gajanan Deshmukh
43 Mr.Nakul Atmaram Mahale
44 Discipline Mr.Tejas Wankhade
45 Mr.Hrushikesh Deshmukh
46 Mr.Girish Madhavrao Patil

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