Mechanical Department

About

Mechanical Engineering Department at the Sir Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology (SVIT) strives to create mechanical engineers geared to breeze through the challenges unleashed by the present age of rapid technological evolution.

Department operates an Under Graduate (UG) course with an intake of 60 since 1998 and a Post Graduate (PG) course in Design with an intake capacity of 18 since 2011. With a focus on overall personality development of students, we have created numerous university rankers and a track record of exceptional placements.

Course Details

Information about student association(MESA)

Constitution:

Article 1: STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The organization is responsible for the governing of the student affairs within the Department of Mechanical Engineering at SVIT CHINCHOLI, shall be known as the Mechanical Engineering Students' Association (hereafter referred to as MESA).

Article 2: OBJECTIVES OF MESA

  • To focus on the cutting edge technology and present it to the students in an interesting manner by means of lectures/talks, magazine articles, workshops, industrial trips etc.
  • Promoting the interests of students in various technical areas pertaining to mechanical engineering.
  • Giving relevant information to students to sustain their interest in their field-specific applications of ME.
  • Providing students of the department with relevant knowledge of inter-disciplinary subjects, given the broad domain of ME.
  • To spread awareness among the students about the scope for various career options.
  • To convey timely information to students on the various research opportunities for internships and higher studies available in India and abroad.
  • To act as an interface between the students and the faculty and strive for improvement in student-faculty interaction.
  • Providing a platform for interaction between senior and junior students of the department by organizing social gatherings like freshers' welcome and farewell to the passing out batches.
  • Interacting with other technical societies, within and outside the institute to promote flow of knowledge.
  • To promote the interaction between academia and industry by organizing industrial trips, special lectures and facilitate in industrial training.

Article 3: MEMBERSHIP

Eligibility: All students registered in the engineering undergraduate/Postgraduate/PhD program in the department of Mechanical Engineering at the SVIT CHINCHOLI, are eligible for membership.

Branch Name Course Name Intake Establishment Year
BE Mechanical Engineering 120 1997-1998
ME Mechanical Engineering 18 2010-2011

Laboratories

  • I.C. Engine Lab
  • CAD-CAM Lab
  • Heat Transfer
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Fluid Machinery Lab
  • Dynamics of Machinery Lab
  • Theory of Machines Lab
  • Metallurgy Lab
  • Metrology Lab
  • Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab

Our Vision

To enable prosperity by nurturing globally competent mechanical engineers.

Our Mission

To impart quality education and complex problem solving skills to enable students to take up global challenges and execute the role and responsibilities of professional mechanical engineers towards society.

Previous Results

Year Class Result
2017-18

SE

TE

BE

76.15%

89.28%

77.59%

2016-17

SE

TE

BE

83.00%

81.00%

97.00%

2015-16

SE

TE

BE

64.00%

74.00%

74.00%

2014-15

SE

TE

BE

90.00%

93.00%

92.00%

2013-14

SE

TE

BE

74.00%

66.00%

83.00%

Toppers List

Year Class Name of Topper Result
2017-18

SE

TE

BE

Waje Shivani Baban

Deokar Ashish Bhausaheb

Shelke Krushna Vishwas

7.80 (SGPA)

8.30 (SGPA)

9.45 (SGPA)

2016-17

SE

TE

BE

Lagad Mayur Ramdas

Yogender Singh Bhati

Bharambe Kiran Pitambar

7.38 (SGPA)

74.87%

79.07%

2015-16

SE

TE

BE

Rajput Bajrang

Shinde Mahesh M.

Ahire Deepak N.

73.33%

70.60%

79.93%

2014-15

SE

TE

BE

Ahire Deepak Narayan

Patil Amit Ramesh

Tile Jagdish Chintaman

77.47%

67.46%

76.00%

2013-14

SE

TE

BE

Tile Vishal Bhausaheb

Tile Jagdish Chintaman

Sonawane Rahul R

65.33%

73.54%

74.00%

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • To provide opportunity to the students to expand their horizon beyond mechanical engineering.
  • To inculcate values & ethics, leadership and team work skills, bring holistic development of personality and to promote entrepreneurial thinking among students.

  • To educate students with the principles of Mechanical engineering, so that graduates will able to design mechanical systems containing functionality, aesthetics, safety, cost effectiveness and sustainability.
  • To create awareness amongst the students towards social, environmental and energy related issues.

Program Outcomes:

Engineering knowledge

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and engineering specialization for the solution of complex engineering problems.

Problem analysis

Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems for drawing substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

Design/development of solutions

Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, as well as for cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

Conduct investigations of complex problems

Use research-based knowledge and methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data; and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

Modern tool usage

Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

The engineer and society

Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

Environment and sustainability

Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

Ethics

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

Individual and team work

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

Communication

Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and provide and receive clear instructions.

Project management and finance

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering 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.

Life-long learning

Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Mechanical Engineering Student’s Association (MESA)

MESA works for comprehensive development of mechanical engineering students. Its objectives are:

  • To promote academia-industry interaction through expert lectures and industrial training.
  • To promote the interests of students in various technical areas of mechanical engineering.
  • To encourage Mechanical Engineering students to develop personal skills such as event management and time management via intra and inter college events.
  • To bring about the technical development of students by organizing seminars, workshops and other activities.

Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

SAE is an international organization for advancing mobility on land, sea, air and the space. SAEINDIA holds numerous competitions every year for engineering students across the country. SVIT chapter of SAE was established in year 2017 by Mechanical Engineering students with the main aim of upgrading the knowledge of students through various Automotive related activities.

For academic year 2017-18, SAE Collegiate chapter involved 58 student members. Students form the Counseling Body, while the Head of Department is the Vice President of collegiate club. One of the staff members is Staff Advisor of SAE club, while dynamic and energetic students are selected for post of Treasurer and Event Manager.

SAE organizes different activities throughout the academic year such as:

  • SAE Opening
  • Motor GP (Car Racing)
  • Robo Racing
  • Industrial Visit
  • Technical Paper Presentation
  • SUPRA (Virtual Competition)
  • SAE Closing

Student Co-curricular Achievements
  • Mayur Mahajan & Gaurav Nisal
    9th Prize, SAE Efficycle Project, November 2017
    Society of Automotive Engineers at Lovely Professional University, Punjab
Student Academic Achievements
  • Vasim Shaikh
    First Rank in SP Pune University, May 2009

FACULTY

Name Designation Qualification Total Experience
Prof.(Dr.)Santosh N. Shelke H.O.D. & Professor ME(Design Engg), Ph.D(Mech) 19 Yrs.
Mr.Vijay L. Kadlag Associate Professor ME(Production),PhD(Pursuing) 22 Yrs.
Dr. Ambadas D. Dongare Associate Professor ME(Design Engg), Ph.D(Mech) 33.2 Yrs.
Mr.Ravindra S. Shelke Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 16.3 Yrs.
Mr.Shivaji R. Chaudhari Associate Professor ME(Manufacturing),PhD(Pursuing) 15 Yrs.
Mr.Balasaheb S. Vikhe Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 10 Yrs.
Mr.Deepak M. Deshmukh Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 09 Yrs.
Mr.Abhijit P. Sonawane Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 6.8 Yrs.
Ms.Vinata M Gaidhani (Thete) Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 06 Yrs.
Ms.Yogita M. Patil Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 9 Yrs.
Mr.Sagar P. Walhekar Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 6.5 Yrs.
Mr.Vitthal K. Khemnar Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 8.1 Yrs.
Mr.Sanet P. Govind Assistant Professor M.S 2.3 Yrs.
Mr.Suyog K. Vitnor Assistant Professor M.Tech(CAD/CAM-CAE) 02 Yrs.
Mr.Rahul T. Bhole Assistant Professor M.E.(Design Engg) 5.9 Yrs.
Mr.Avinash S. Jejurkar Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg),PhD(Pursuing) 5.7 Yrs.
Mr.Sagar S. Wani Assistant Professor M.E(Heat Power) 6.9 Yrs.
Mr. Gorakh M. Wani Assistant Professor M.E(Heat Power) 7 Yrs.
Mr.Rahul H. Hodgar Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 6 Yrs.
Mr.Sandeep B. Shejul Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg),PhD(Pursuing) 4.9 Yrs.
Mr.Pravin G. Autade Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg),PhD(Pursuing) 6 Yrs.
Mr.Sandip G. Bhosale Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 6.1 Yrs.
Mr.Mahesh P. Kolhe Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 4.5 Yrs.
Mr.Rishabh S. Ostwal Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 2.10 Yrs.
Mr.Anil C. Mande Assistant Professor ME(Design Engg) 6.7 Yrs.
Mr.R.P.Bhopale Technical Assistant ITI 17 Yrs.
Mr.Udawant A Technical Assistant D.M.E. 8 Yrs.
Mr.Y.A.Shinde Technical Assistant D.M.E. 8 Yrs.
Mr.B.R.Pable Peon SSC 20 Yrs.

Department Profile

HOD Desk's

As mechanical engineering have great employability as well as challenges in current Scenario.

Department of Mechanical Engineering , SVIT provides excellent education platform to make our Mechanical engineer students ready to accept the challenges of the new era.

We have well qualified and experience teaching faculity ,well equipped modern laboratory ,computers with high configuration and newly developed software required by Mechanical Engineering.

We have excellent track of result with university toppers and excellent employability of very attractive packages.To develop the personality in all dimensions we have different organization like MESA.

We organized different Workshops, Seminars to enable them in Academics ,Technical and other fields.

Prof.(Dr.)Santosh Shelke(Professor), HOD

PhD(NITW),ME(Design),BE(Mechanical) Member of ISTE,SM-HKSME, FISME, FISRD, FSIESRP.

Distinguished Alumni

Nilesh Jagtap

2003-04 batch
Sr. Manager, TATA Motors, Pune

Anay Kulkarni

2001-02 batch
Director, Precision Engineers, Nashik

Mahesh Patil

2001-02 batch
Chief Manager, Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Mumbai

Placement

160 students placed in last 5 years.

Recruiters

  • Emerson
  • Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., Nashik
  • Bosch Chassis Systems India Pvt. Ltd
  • Piaggio Vehicles Private Limited
  • L-Cube Innovative Solutions Pvt. Ltd
  • KSB Pumps Ltd.
  • Yoonwoo Automobile India Pvt. Ltd
  • Pompeii Technologies Pvt. Ltd.