- About Department
- Vision & Mission
- HOD’s Desk
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- Curriculum Semester wise- P16
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- Department Achievements
Mechanical Engineering is perhaps the most diverse and versatile of the engineering disciplines. Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest engineering disciplines, having its utility in all branches of engineering field. In addition to physics and mathematics, it encompasses key elements of aerospace, electrical, civil, chemical and even materials science and bio-engineering. This branch applies the fundamental principles of engineering, physics and material science for the design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. The role of a mechanical engineer is to transform the creative idea into a valuable product in the market. Mechanical engineering touches virtually every aspect of modern life, from mobile phones and biomedical devices, to aircrafts and power plants.
The Mechanical Engineering Department was established in the year 1989. The department is continuously striving to achieve excellence in education, academic and industry-oriented research as well as consultancy work with service to the society. We aim to provide our students with a perfect blend of intellectual and practical experiences, that helps them to serve our society and address a variety of needs. Being nurtured in conducive environment, our budding engineers are ready engage in ethical approaches in designing and developing engineering systems having concern for society. Currently our department works in two shifts with sanctioned intake of 120 students. The department offers a three-year post SSC diploma programme. Our department revises and update its curriculum regularly every four to five years, based on the feedback from our connected industries and other stake holders. The department runs with highly qualified and experienced teaching faculty.
- To Promote Sustainable development of students.
We are committed to:
- M1.Implement need based curriculum.
- M2.Provide opportunity for lifelong learning through continuing education.
- M3.Blend the latest technology with conventional practices through experiential learning.
- M4.Enhance industry institute interaction.
- M5.Promote entrepreneurial capabilities.
We believe in high ethical and moral values, safety and environmental friendly practices
Programme Outcomes (POs)
- PO1: Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basicmathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the Engineering problems.
- PO2: Problem analysis: Identify and analyse well-defined Engineeringproblems using codified standard methods.
- PO3: Design/ development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problemsand assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.
- PO4: Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
- PO5:Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
- PO6:Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.
- PO7:Life-long learning: Ability to analyze individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
- PSO1: To model, analyse, design, and realize physical systems,components or processes in the field of mechanical engineering.
- PSO2: Use and maintain mechanical systems / processes in the world of work.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- PEO 1: To prepare skilled technician with a solid foundation, for a successful career.
- PEO 2: Able to use the techniques, practical skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. Also develop entrepreneurial awareness to face competitive world.
- PEO 3: To imbibe professionalism, Soft Skill, ethical and Moral Values to cope up with modern emerging trends by lifelong learning.
Mechanical Engineering is the most diverse and versatile of the engineering disciplines. The Department intends to provide practical industry based technical and professional education to the students. Mechanical engineers use the principles of energy, materials and mechanics to design and manufacture machines and devices of all types. They create the process and systems that drive technology and industry. The faculty aims at putting extra ordinary effort towards motivating the students in solving actual industrial problems by undertaking various projects, industrial visits and in-plant training. The Department is actively associated in grooming our students by nurturing them with inputs from various basic and specialized subjects including Production, Industrial, Thermal and Design Engineering.Our Laboratories have been very well established not only to cover complete syllabus but to motivate students to learn beyond the syllabus which definitely develops complete knowledge of the subject in both the practical and theoretical depth of knowledge and develop skill sets of students to become promising engineers in future to keep in pace with edge cutting technology.
|Mr. D. H. Kamble Head, Mechanical Engineering Department Government Polytechnic, Mumbai|
|Sr. No||PBOS Committee||Position||Name|
|1.||Head, Mech. Engg. Dept. Govt. Poly. Mumbai.||Chairman||Mr. D. H. Kamble|
|2.||Industry Expert||Member||Mr. G. D.Rao|
|3.||Senior Faculty No. 1 of Mechanical Engineering Department||Member||Dr. S. M. Mahagaonkar|
|4.||Senior Faculty No. 2 of Mechanical Engineering Department||Member||Dr. V. U. Rathod|
|5.||Representative MSBTE||Member||Dr. Khandekar A V|
|6.||Member from other institute||Member||Dr. V. N. Palaskar, Dean, Diploma, VJTI, Mumbai|
|7.||Departmental Curriculum Co-Coordinator||Secretory||Mr. U. A. Agnihotri|
|8.||Principal Government Polytechnic Mumbai||Special Invitee||Mrs. Swati D. Deshpande|
|9.||Academic Coordinator, G. P. Mumbai||Special Invitee||Dr. R. A. Patil|
|10.||Controller of Examination, G. P. Mumbai||Special Invitee||Mr.IshwarKhuspe|
|Sr. No.||Name of The Faculty||Qualification||Post||Teaching Experience in Years||Photo|
|1.||Mr. D. H. Kamble||DME; BE (Mech.); ME (Mach. Design)Ph.D. (registered)||Head of the Department 12/04/2017||20|
|2.||Dr. S.B Mahagaonkar||BE (Mech.)ME (Design)Ph.D. (Mech.)||Lecturer SL grade|
|3.||Mr. U. A. Agnihotri||BE (Prod.)|
M. Tech (Ind. Engg.)
|Lecturer SL grade|
|4.||Dr. V. U. Rathod||BE (Mech.)|
ME (CAD CAM)
|Lecturer SL grade|
|5.||Mr. Y. B. Jamnik||BE (Mech.)||Lecturer in Mechanical|
|6.||Mr. E. C. Dhembare||DME|
|Lecturer in Mechanical|
|7.||Mrs. A. R. Hagawane||DME|
|Lecturer in Mechanical|
|8.||Mr. K. Z. Dhangare||Lecturer in Mechanical|
Non Teaching Faculty
|1.||Mr. R. G. Baraskar||Diploma in Instrumentation||Instructor(Technical Lab Assistant)|
|2.||Mr. A. J. Kamble||Diploma in Mechanical Engineering||Instructor(Technical Lab Assistant)|
|3.||Mr. R. F. Chavan||ITI Fitter||General Mechanic|
|4.||Mr. C. G. Rane||Std. 10th|
|5.||Smt. A. P. Bhawar||Std. 9th Pass||Hamal|
|6.||Mr. Mr. C. S. More||Std.8th Pass||Hamal|
|Sr. No.||Name of the Laboratory||Location/ Room No||Total Investment||Supporting Staff||Courses whose Practical’s are conducted||Extension No|
|1.||Metrology & Quality Control||Gr. Floor, Room No.018||23,94,744/-||Shri. A. J. Kamble||Metrology & Quality Control|
|2.||Heat Engines/ RAC, Automobile Engineering Laboratory||Gr. Floor, Room No.009||33,08,642/-||Shri. Rajesh F. Chavan||1.Basic Thermodynamics|
2.Power Engineering Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
|3.||Hydraulic Machines Laboratory||Gr. Floor, Room No.019||6,87,465/-||Shri. C.G. Rane, |
2.Fluid Mechanics & Machinery
3.Industrial Hydraulics & Pneumatics
|4.||Physical Metallurgy Laboratory||Gr. Floor, Room No. 016||10,25,525/-||Shri. Amit J. Kamble||Physical Metallurgy & Materials/ Materials Technology|
|5.||CAD Lab 1||I st Floor, Room No.114||25,06,774/-||Shri. R.G. Baraskar||1.Computer Aided Drafting/ Machine Drawing and CAD MOOC |
|6.||CAD Lab 2||I st Floor, Room No.115|
|7.||Theory of Machines Laboratory||Gr. Floor, Room No.020||96,021/-||Shri. C.G. Rane |
|Theory of Machines|
1. Best Project Award in DIPEX-2020
Project Title: Vertical Machining Centre (VMC) using GRBL controller
Name of Students:
- NINAD KISHOR SAMANT- FD18ME002
- VIRAJ RAKESH GAIKWAD - FS17ME010
- SHREYAS PRAVIN SHIVTARKAR - FS17ME014
- ANJANI NARDAHE GUPTA FS17ME050
2. Women and Technological Innovation Award (WATI) in DIPEX-2020
Project Title: Metal Scroll Bending and Twisting Machine for fabrication of Safety Grills
Name of Students:
- KANAUJIYA ANKITA DINESH - FS17ME029
- 2.KOMAL SUTAR - FS17ME051