Mechanical Engineering


Prof. Vidyadhar Kshirsagar

(Head, Mechanical Engineering Department)
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Total Intake :- 120


  • About Department

    Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in 2011 and a B.E. degree course Mechanical Engineering started with an intake of 60 and further it increases to 120 with the objective of imparting quality educationin the field of Mechanical Engineering. The focus of the department is towards research and training activity based on advanced manufacturing processes and production, in the field of mechanical designing software, computational fluid dynamics,etc.

    The Department has its own departmental Library with a rich collection of books to serve as a ready source of information. With a team of experienced & well-qualified faculty members, the department moulds its students according to the present industrial requirements in various domains such as production, material science, design, ergonomics, so as to provide better employment opportunities. The department of Mechanical Engineering in TGPCET possesses a faculty team of experienced & well-qualified professors, well acquainted with deep subject knowledge, commitment to disseminate quality & value-based education in technical subjects. All faculties work hard on student to meet the requirement of market and groom the student to be job friendly. The Department imparts high class training & research, providing state of the art practical knowledge to the students. It also promotes active industry-institute collaboration by identifying areas of interest and taking part in sponsored research projects, organizing workshops, STTP’s and involving in live projects. Prospect:

    To achieve above objects our designed program requires each student to undergo industrial training at the end of 6th Sem. The students carry out mini projects, dissertations during the Pre-Final Year, and undertake a 6-month project during the Final Year. To add value to the program, the department organizes industrial visits and expert lectures on emerging trends by eminent personalities from industry and academia. The Department gives an exposure for Consultancy works. The department guides to the students for post graduate (GATE, CAT) entrance exam and various public sector examinations by means of special coaching and expert lectures.

    Way of Learning:
    Beyond the regular academic classes and activities, the department also is active in: -

    1. Class room demonstrations, videos, LCD presentations of their course modules and latest trends in Mechanical engineering supplement the curriculum.
    2. The Department encourages the students to participate in Paper presentations which further consolidate their knowledge of subjects and enhance knowledge application skills
    3. IEI student’s chapter is installed through which lectures of eminent engineers, workshops, seminars and short term training programs are organized. IEI also provides funds for the research activities.
    4. Field visits under the supervision of knowledgeable faculty are arranged for the early exposure to industries for students.

    Major Groups / Areas:

    1. Heat Transfer
    2. Mechanical Measurement and Metrology
    3. Computer Aided Analysis and Design.
    4. Machine Drawing lab.
    5. Engineering Metallurgy
    6. Refrigeration and air Conditioning Lab
    7. Production Technology
    8. I.C Engine Lab/ Energy Conversion
    9. Mechatronics Lab
    10. Automation in Production Lab
    11. Dynamics of Machine
    12. Work Shop

    Expertise in Research and Consultancy:

    1. Pump Testing.
    2. Energy Conversion
    3. Computer Aided Manufacturing
    4. Energy Assessment
    5. Lean Manufacturing
    6. Engine Testing
    7.Compressor Testing
    8.Hydraulics and Pneumatic Control Systems
    9. Computer Aided Design

    The Department has well-established laboratories in subjects of Heat Transfer, Mechanical Measurement and Metrology, Computer Aided Analysis and Design, Machine Drawing lab, Engineering Metallurgy, Refrigeration and air Conditioning Lab, Energy conversion, I.C Engine Lab, Mechatronics Lab, Automation in Production Lab, Dynamics of machine, Work Shop. The department also maintains a well-equipped audio - visual room, wall-charts demonstrating various Mechanical Engineering theories and techniques. It also has an e-library & e-journals for references.

  • Vision & Mission


    To impart quality education for enabling youth to offer solutions for the challenges faced in the field of Mechanical Engineering domain.


    ♦ To provide education for enhancing competency amongst students to give technical based solutions.

    ♦ To develop as a leader to effectively work in a team to apply knowledge of Mechanical Engineering domain.

    ♦ To collaborate with industry to strengthen the students exposure towards industrial environment.

    ♦ To incorporate ethical values and to build personality traits to face the challenges in the society.

    ♦ To empower youth through lifelong learning.

  • Programme Educational Objectives

    ♦PEO 1: To develop the analytical skills, written and oral communication skills, critical thinking and problem-solving abilities of students leading to entrepreneurship.

    ♦ PEO 2: To achieve excellent technical expertise to excel in higher education / profession by obtaining knowledge in basic production sciences, optimum designing and engineering principles.
    ♦ PEO 3: To develop good team work with ethics and excellence.

    ♦ PEO 4: To be ready to take up challenges in the current scenario and become a global citizen.

    ♦ PEO 5: To apply the modern engineering tools for planning, design, execution and maintenance of works that is sustaible and hence technically viable; economically and socially acceptable.

  • Program Specific Outcomes

    ♦ PSO 1: Improve fundamental knowledge of the inter-relationships between the Thermodynamics, Energy Conversion and Heat Transfer; and create platform of optimizing the systems.

    ♦ PSO 2: Develop advanced measures for Computer Aided Manufacturing Systems and contribute to Make in India.

    ♦ PSO 3: Improve the reliability, performance, and energy efficiency of the equipments.

    ♦ PSO 4: Develop performance-based HVAC systems and optimize their performance by identifying the critical maintenance parameters.

  • Core Faculty

    List of some of the Core Faculty is given below

    Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Qualification Experience
    1 Prof. G. Awari Professor Ph.D 22 Years
    2 Prof. A. Mankar Professor Ph.D 18 Years
    3 Prof. Shubhangi Gondane Assistant Professor Ph.D* 14 years
    4 Prof. Vidyadhar Kshirksagar Assistant Professor M.Tech (CAD/CAM) 12 Years
    5 Prof. Vijay Talhodikar Assistant Professor M-Tech (CAD/CAM) 9 Years
    6 Prof. Harshwardhan Mahawadiwar Assistant Professor M-Tech.(MED) 6 Years
    7 Prof. Sandeep Poratkar Assistant Professor M.Tech (Production) 5 Years
    8 Prof. Tapas Pramanik Assistant Professor M.Tech 5 Years
    9 Prof. Ashwadip Fulzele Assistant Professor M-Tech (Prod.Engg) 4 Years
    10 Prof. Vishwjeet Ambade Assistant Professor M-Tech (MED) 4 Years
    11 Prof. Neerajkumar Wayzode Assistant Professor M-Tech (CAD/CAM) 3 years
    12 Prof. Jagdish Mahure Assistant Professor M-Tech (MED) 3 years
    13 Prof. Gourav Nagdeve Assistant Professor M.Tech (Tharmal Engineeing) 3 Years
    14 Prof. Amit Tajne Assistant Professor M-Tech (Ind.Engg) 12 Years
    15 Prof. Niteen Kakde Assistant Professor M-Tech(MED) 2 Years
    16 Prof. Satish Girhe Assistant Professor M.E. (Heat Power) 1 Years
    17 Prof. Ritesh Banpurkar Assistant Professor M-Tech (MED) ---
    18 Prof.Tejas Ingle Assistant Professor M.Tech* ---
    19 Prof. Rahul Khobragade Assistant Professor M-Tech(MED) ---
    20 Prof.Lokesh Dandekar Assistant Professor M-Tech* ---

  • Infrastructure


    1. Heat Transfer
    2. Mechanical Measurement and Metrology
    3. Computer Aided Analysis and Design.
    4. Machine Drawing lab.
    5. Engineering Metallurgy
    6. Refrigeration and air Conditioning Lab
    7. Energy conversion
    8. I.C Engine Lab
    9. Mechatronics Lab
    10. Automation in Production Lab
    11. Dynamics of machine
    12. Work Shop


    Major Equipments:

    • Tool Makers microscope,
    • PLC,
    • CNC Lathe ,
    • CNC Milling,
    • Six Axis Robot
    • Kaplan Turbine,
    • Reciprocating air compressor,
    • Multi-cylinder petrol engine,
    • Single cylinder diesel engine,
    • Hydraulic trainer kit,
    • Pneumatic trainer kit,
    • Gyroscope,
    • Governors,
    • Whirling of Shaft,
    • VCRS Test Rig,
    • Window Air Conditioner Test Rig.


  • Activities

    List of some of the activities conducted in 2015 - 2016 is given below

    Sr.No Activities Details Date
    1 Sphnix-16 (Project Competition) 07/04/2016
    2 Sangavi Industries Pvt.Ltd. 19/03/2016
    3 CNC Workshop 03/03/2016 To 04/03/2016
    4 Industrial visit at DURAWELD 01/03/2016
    5 NDT workshop 26/02/2016
    6 Orator Competition 13/02/2016
    7 Automobile Day 02-06-2016
    8 Industrial visit at EKTA CASTING 02-02-2016
    9 Industrial visit at Pravin techno trag 30 /1/ 2016
    10 Industrial visit at Technocrats India 30 /1/ 2016
    11 TechTantra-16 22/01/2016 To 23/01/2016

  • Students Placed

    Some of the students placed are given below...

    Sr.No Name of Student Company Name
    1 Krinal Ghatole Trivium
    2 Ashutosh Raut Trivium
    3 Ashish Gangreddiwar Trivium
    4 Shubham Shukla Shubham Shukla
    5 Sumit Yadav QED Enabled Services
    6 Ranjeet Singh QED Enabled Services
    7 Rahul Singh Balarka Technologies
    8 Akshay Shende Balarka Technologies
    9 Ajinka Hatwar Ajanta Manufacturing Ltd (Oreva Group)
    10 Gaurav Chobitkar Ajanta Manufacturing Ltd (Oreva Group)
    11 Aditya Hatwar Ajanta Manufacturing Ltd (Oreva Group)
    12 Prasad Bandawar Ajanta Manufacturing Ltd (Oreva Group)

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