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⚫⚊⚊ Department of Mechanical Engineering ⚊⚊⚫


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Mechanical Engineering is one of the major streams in the engineering profession and its principles are involved in the design, development, production and construction of nearly all of the physical devices and systems.

The Mechanical Engineering Department was established in 2009. The Department has intake of 180 students. Lateral intake of 60 is also approved by AICTE, Delhi from Academic year 2012-13. Currently there are four divisions each of Second year, Third year and Final year. Prof. Dr. Badkar D. S. is the Head of Department supported by well qualified & experienced staff.

The Department has well established Machine shop & Workshop, CNC Lab, Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Turbo Machinery Lab, Applied Thermodynamics Lab, Theory of Machine Lab, CAD/CAM/CAE Lab, Manufacturing process Lab, Metallurgy Lab, Heat and Mass Transfer Lab, Internal Combustion Engine Lab, Metrology & Quality Control Lab, Industrial Fluid Power Lab, Energy Engineering Lab, Control Engineering Lab, Mechatronics Lab, Automobile Lab and Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Lab.

Along with the Academic development, various activities are organized to develop soft skills of the students such as Paper Presentation, Industrial Visits and Expert Lectures etc.


⚫⚊⚊ Vision of Department ⚊⚊⚫


1. Vision

To become a center of excellence in Mechanical Engineering, producing competent, creative, employable and dynamic Mechanical Engineers


2. Mission

M1 To impart fundamental and advanced technology of mechanical engineering to the students.

M2 To create an environment for the students to excel in mechanical engineering field, engage in research and development activity participate in professional activities.

M3 To prepare the students for team building activities with good communication skills and high ethical standards.

M4 To train and motivate the students for lifelong learning, employability and entrepreneurship.


⚫⚊⚊ Program Educational Objectives ⚊⚊⚫



The Program Educational Objectives of Mechanical Engineering Programme, within three to five years of graduation are:

  • PEO 1:
  • To Impart knowledge of mathematics, basic and applied sciences to tackle complex engineering problems.

  • PEO 2:
  • To encourage students for applying their knowledge and skills for problem identification, formulation, analysis and design/ development of solutions to solve real life engineering problems with orientation to industrial sector.

  • PEO 3:
  • To prepare the students for necessary professional skills, high ethical standards, effective oral, written communication and team building activities in diverse and multidisciplinary teams.

  • PEO 4:
  • To prepare students to excel in their field, participate in professional activities and project management; get updated in current industrial trends so as to engage in research and development activities.

  • PEO 5:
  • To provide sufficient training and guidance to students for improving employability, entrepreneurship skills, industrial competency and motivation for lifelong learning.




⚫⚊⚊ Program Outcomes ⚊⚊⚫


Mechanical Engineering graduates will be able to :

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

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

  • 3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problemsand 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.
  • 4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge andresearch methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

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

  • 6. Te engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge toassess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

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

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

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

  • 10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with theengineering 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.

  • 11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of theengineering 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.

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


  • ⚫⚊⚊ Program Specific Outcomes (PSO) ⚊⚊⚫


  • PSO1:The Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be able to utilize their knowledge in the areas of mechanical design using finite element analysis.

  • PSO2:The Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be able to apply their knowledge in thermal engineering fields and green technology.


  • PSO3:The Mechanical Engineering Graduates will be able to apply their knowledge in manufacturing technology for realization of mechanical systems.



⚫⚊⚊ Faculty Profile ⚊⚊⚫

Department Of Mechanical UG - Teaching Staff List


S.N Name of the faculty Qualification Desig-
nation
Nature of appointment Teaching load
1 Dr. Duradundi Sawant Badkar
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M.E. Ph.D Professor, Head
& Dean
(R&D)
Regular UG
2 Dr. Chapgaon Ashok Narsimha
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M.E. Ph.D Professor Regular UG
3 Dr. E. Sujith prasad
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M. Tech Ph.D Professor Regular UG
4 Dr. Miraje A. A.
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M.E. Ph.D Professor Regular UG
5 Dr. A. M. Patil
M.E. Ph.D Professor Adjunct UG & PG
6 Dr. Mohan B. V.
M.E. Ph.D Professor Adjunct UG & PG
7 Mr. R. B. Lokhande
B.E Assistant Professor Adjunct UG
8 Mr. Shete Hanmant Virbhadra
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG & PG
9 Mr. Aitavade Eknath Nivrutti
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG & PG
10 Mr. Pasale Rahul Anil
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
11 Mr. Patil Rohit Prabhakar
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
12 Mr. Saraikar Harshad Arjunrao
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
13 Mr. Nevagi Sandeep Pandurang
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
14 Mr. Jadhav Nagsen Datta
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
15 Mr. Bhapkar Sandeep Shrikantrao
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
16 Mr. Todkar Santosh Sadashiv
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
17 Mr. Patil Rahul Adagonda
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
18 Mr. Suryawanshi Vijaysingh B.
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
19 Mr. Kurane Surendra S.
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
20 Mr. Wategave Sumit Parisa
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
21 Mr. Pathak Laxmikant Mohan
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
22 Mr. Patil Sujit Hari
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
23 Mr. Reddy Mahadeva Gurunath
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
24 Mr. Bodake Vikram Dattatray
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
25 Mr. Uthale Avinash Ashokrao
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
26 Mr. Patil Ankush Sudam
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
27 Mr. Petkar Sangram Sanjay
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
28 Mr. Doijad Vijay Vilas
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
29 Mr. Rabade Amol Balawant
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
30 Mr. More Idrajeet Dinkar
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
31 Mr. Sutar Umesh Pandurang
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
32 Mr. Kolekar Makarand M.
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
33 Mr. Dhole A. P.
M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
34 Mr. P. T. Hasabe
M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
35 Mr. Sanadi Atulkumar Gulab
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
36 Mr. Dafade Sakharam Vithoba
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
37 Mr. Patil Pratik Ashok
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
38 Mr. Patole Sagar Mansing
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
39 Mr. Mulla Taufiq Allauddin
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
40 Mr. Nirmale Aviraj Pandit
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
41 Mr. Kanunje Amit Pramod
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
42 Mr. Patil Rajshekhar Ravasaheb
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
43 Mr. Sungar Nagraj Shankarappa
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
44 Mr. Ladgaonkar Pramod Sarjerao
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular UG
45 Mr. Patil Shrinivas Kiran
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M. Tech Assistant Professor Regular UG
46 Mr. Sutar Maheshkumar Arjun
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular PG
47 Mr. Prashant H. Patil
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M.E Assistant Professor Regular PG

⚫⚊⚊ Technical Staff ⚊⚊⚫

Department of Mechanical Engg. Technical Staff List


S.N Image Profile
1 mech_tech_staff name
Qualification
Designation
Experience
Email
Mr. Patil Sudam Bajarang
DAE,DME
Lab Assistant
17 Yrs
sudampatil278@yahoo.co.in
2 mech_tech_staff2 name
Qualification
Designation
Experience
Email
Mr. Mokashi Shital Vasudev
DME
Lab Assistant
6 Years
shitalmokashi77@gmail.com
3 mech_tech_staff3 name
Qualification
Designation
Experience
Email
Mr. Mulik Satish Rangrao
DME
Lab Assistant
7 Years
satishmulik@amgoi.edu.in
4 mech_tech_staff4 name
Qualification
Designation
Experience
Email
Mr. Nagargoje Ramprabhu Ashok
DME
Lab Assistant
7 Yrs
ramprabhu.nagargoje@gmail.com
5 mech_tech_staff5 name
Qualification
Designation
Experience
Email
Mr. JadhavNareshMahadev
DME
Lab Assistant
12 Years
nareshjadhav@amgoi.edu.in
6 mech_tech_staff6 name
Qualification
Designation
Experience
Email
Mr. Mane Pramod Prakash
B.C.A
Lab Assistant
5 Years
pramodmane@amgoi.edu.in
7 mech_tech_staff7 name
Qualification
Designation
Experience
Email
Miss.Pooja Nandkumar Waghmare
DME,BE Mech
Lab Assistant
7.5 Years
wpooja199@gmail.com
8 mech_tech_staff8 name
Qualification
Designation
Experience
Email
Miss. Pratiksha R. Patil
DME
Lab Assistant
1 Years
pratikshapatil0031@gmail.com



⚫⚊⚊ Laboratories ⚊⚊⚫


1. Applied Thermodynamics laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Grease Penetrometer Apparatus
2 Cloud and Pour Point Apparatus
3 Redwood Viscometer Apparatus
4 Aniline Point Apparatus
5 Flash and Fire Point Apparatus
6 Carbon Residue Apparatus
7 Dropping Point Apparatus
8 Boilers, mountings and accessories


2. Heat and Mass Transfer laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Thermal conductivity of insulating powder
2 Thermal conductivity of composite wall
3 Thermal conductivity of Metal rod
4 Heat transfer coefficient for natural convection
5 Heat transfer coefficient for forced convection
6 Stefan Boltzmann constant
7 Trial on heat exchanger
8 Condensation heat transfer
9 Boiling heat transfer
10 Trial on heat pipe


3. Refrigeration & Air conditioning laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Window air conditioning cycle test apparatus (water cooler refrigeration, chiller, ice plant and cold storage)
2 Refrigeration test cycle apparatus(Unitary and central air conditioning)
3 Vapour absorption system
4 Ice plant
5 Cascade system
6 Models of refrigeration components


4. Metrology and quality control laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Thermal conductivity of insulating powder
2 Thermal conductivity of composite wall
3 Thermal conductivity of Metal rod
4 Heat transfer coefficient for natural convection
5 Heat transfer coefficient for forced convection
6 Stefan Boltzmann constant
7 Trial on heat exchanger
8 Condensation heat transfer
9 Boiling heat transfer
10 Trial on heat pipe


5. Industrial Fluid Power laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Pneumatic Trainer Kit
2 Hydraulic Trainer kitl


6. Testing and Measurement laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Speed Measurement Magnetic & Photo Pickup
2 Temperature Measurement
3 Dead Weight Pressure Gauge Tester & Pressure Transducer
4 Displacement Measurement Using LVDT
5 Force Measurement Using strain Gauge
6 Vibration Measurement
7 Torque Measurement
8 Flow Measurement


7. Energy and power engineering laboratory


Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Measurement of solar radiation
2 Performance of PV cell
3 Solar Flat plate collector


8. Manufacturing Processes laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Universal Strength Machine ( Hydraulic)
2 Sand Siever
3 Permeability Tester/Meter
4 Sand Washer
5 Rapid Moisture Tester
6 Mould Hardness Tester (B scale)
7 Shear Strength Attachment
8 Sand Mullar 5 Kg
9 Sand Rammer
10 Base Block


9. Control Engineering laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 On - Off controller for Temp.
2 PID Controller for Temperature


10. Metallurgy laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Single Disc Polishing Drying
2 Monocular Metallurgical Microscope
3 Metallurgical Microstructure Set
4 Dye Penetrant Test

11. Theory of Machines laboratory


Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Compound Gear Train
2 Mechanisms
3 Pair of Cam & Follower
4 Kinematic Pair 5 Types
5 Single Hook Joint Model
6 Double Hook Joint Model
7 Bi-Filler,Tri-Filler, Suspension & Compound Pendulum
8 Universal Governor Apparatus
9 Motorized Gyroscope
10 Involute Gear Tooth Profile
11 Static & Dynamic Balancing


12. Machine Shop

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Lathe Machines
2 Milling M/C
3 Grinding M/C
4 Radial Drilling M/C
5 Other Tools & Equipments
6 Lathe Machine


13. Work Shop

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Welding M/C
2 Wood Working M/C
3 Piller Type Drill M/C
4 Sheet Metal M/C
5 Folding M/C
6 All Hand Tools


14. Fluid & Turbo Machinery laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Pelton wheel turbine test rig
2 Reaction turbine test rig
3 Multistage compressor test rig
4 Centrifugal blower test rig
5 Centrifugal pump test rig
6 Reciprocating pump test rig
7 Hydraulic Ram


15. Mechatronics laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 PLC Programming Trainer Kit
2 Pick and Place Robotic Application Module (SAP-48)


16. Internal Combustion Engines laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Test on Four Stroke Petrol Engine Test Rig
2 Morse Test on Multi-cylinder Four Stroke Petrol Engine
3 Test on Four Stroke Diesel Engine
4 Test on Two Stroke Petrol Engine
5 Single Cylinder Computerized VCR Engine Set up


17. Computerized Numerical Control laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 CNC Milling Trainer-Model-CNC CUB MILL
With ATC
-Make-Universal
PC-PC Pentium P-IV
-Intel 1.2 GHz CPU
-15” LCD Monitor
-Logiteck Keyboard
-Optical Mouse
-1 GB Ram
-320 GB Hard Disk
-DVD RW
Automatic Tool Changer
Window Based Cut Viewer
Software-( With FANUC and SIEMENS Control)
2 KVA Voltage Stabilizer
-Auto Lubrication System


18. Fluid Mechanics laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Venturimeter Test Rig
2 Orifice meter Test Rig
3 Bernoulli’s Apparatus
4 Flow Over Notches With all Accessories
5 Impact of Jet With all Accessories
6 Reynolds’s Apparatus With all Accessories
7 Orifice and Mouthpiece Apparatus
8 Losses in Pipe Fitting Apparatus With Accessories
9 Losses in Pipe Friction Apparatus With Accessories
10 Flow Visualization Apparatus
11 Tilting Flume Model TF-04 Re-circulating Type With Necessary Models


19. Automobile Engineering laboratory

Sr.No Name of Equipment
1 Four Wheeler Chassis (Cut Section of Actual Car)
2 Single Plate Automobile Clutch
3 Final Drive and Differential
4 Hydraulic Breaking System
5 Front Wheel Steering Mechanism
6 Four Wheeler Suspension System
7 Battery ,Electrical Charging System
8 Cut Section of Four Cylinder Four Stroke Petrol Engine
9 Cut Section of Four Cylinder Four Stroke Diesel Engine





⚫⚊⚊ Syllabus ⚊⚊⚫



1. SE Mechanical

2. TE Mechanical

3. BE Mechanical



⚫⚊⚊ Activities ⚊⚊⚫

Welcome : dept of mech activity
activities

Fresher’s Welcome function

In this event the new student got an opportunity to get interact with the other students.

activities

Guidance for new students

The new student were also given guidance regarding improvement of soft skills.

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Achievements

The student were appreciated for their achievements in academivs.

activities4

Extra-curricular Activities

The student from Mech dep.also get price in various extra-curricular activities

activities5

Engineer's Day was celebrated in the department on 15/09/2015

Mr.Yogesh Patil(M.D)from 'Future Tech' guided the student,how to improve communication skills.

activities7

Student got Knowledge

students Got knowledge about experience of Industry

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Panhala Gad Swachchata Abhiyan

On the occasion of Shivjayanti, MESA organised “Panhala Gad SwachchataAbhiyan” in which 60 students participated in cleaning of Panhala fort.

activities12

MOU’s signed between Tata technologies and AMGOI for DRE

The student didi the cleaning of area with keen interest.

activities8

Parents Meet

The management of the college interact with parents of student.

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MOU’s signed between Tata technologies and AMGOI for DRE

DRE Through students will get training of various Mechanical 3D softwares.

activities13

Industrial visit of SE Mechanical students to Sharad Sugar Factory was arranged on 16/10/2015.

This visit was arrenged for the subject of Applied Thermodyanamics.

activities14

Industrial visit of SE Mechanical students to Indrani Technocrafts, Shiroli were arranged on 24/10/2015.

This visit was arrenged for the subject of Metallurgy.

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Industrial visit of BE Mechanical students to Pratibha Krishi Prakriya, Kodoli was arranged on 03/10/2015

This visit was arrenged for the subject of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.

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“Farewell” function for final year students was arranged on 04/04/2016.

The students were their opportunity to share theire experience with the other student.


⚫⚊⚊ Students Achievements ⚊⚊⚫


Students from Mechanical Engineering department have won Maharashtra state engineering design award 1st prize (National award) under ISTE during National convention 2017 held at Meghalaya for the project of new mulching paper laying mechanism.

1. Students Achievements




⚫⚊⚊ Question Papers ⚊⚊⚫



1. SE Mechanical

2. TE Mechanical

3. BE Mechanical


⚫⚊⚊ Placements ⚊⚊⚫



1. Placement Details




⚫⚊⚊ Department Library ⚊⚊⚫


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Department Library Details :

The Department of Mechanical Engineering maintains a library to meet the academic and research needs of its students. The library is open for students and faculty on all working days during the college hours. The Computer Science & Engineering Library, at present, has a total collection of 149 titles and 527 volumes which include several Reference books, different textbooks, are available to students and faculty members throughout the academic year. Also it has a provision for keeping the reports of project work done by our students