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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

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Department of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is very old and well established core branch. It supports and provides the production and machining part of all other branches. Mechanical Engineers could work in many industries including private or public sector industries of various types. They can seek employment in government departments like Posts and Telegraphs, Defense, PWD, and CPWD. Other departments such as aeronautical, agricultural, automobile, chemical, and power plants, as well as the railways, need mechanical engineers to design and maintain their machinery. Mechanical Engineers also mostly required in automobile, chemical, electronics, steel plants, oil exploration and refining, technical wings of armed forces, space research organisation, etc. Candidates with post graduate degree or an additional management degree could find work in administrative and managerial positions in government departments or public and private sector industries. Those who interested in research activities can work with many public/private sector research organizations. These engineers also can choose teaching in technical institutions as a remunerative profession.

HOD



Mr. Yogesh Dandekar

B.E.(Mechanical)Automobile, M.Tech(Production)

Our Mission

Our mission is to educate girls to become mechanical engineers and visioneers who are innovative, entrepreneurial, and equipped to become global leaders in research and technology.Our vision will be that:-

  • Our graduates will be innovative problem solvers and critical thinkers addressing technical and societal issues.
  • Our graduates will embrace professional development and lifelong learning relevant to their careers.
  • Our graduates will have entrepreneurial and leadership roles in industry, government, and academia.

Our Objective

The objectives of Mechanical Engineering Department are to produce graduates such that the students will be able to demonstrate:-

  • an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  • an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  • an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

Mechanical Engineering is very old and well established core branch. It supports and provides the production and machining part of all other branches. Mechanical Engineers could work in many industries including private or public sector industries of various types. They can seek employment in government departments like Posts and Telegraphs, Defense, PWD, and CPWD. Other departments such as aeronautical, agricultural, automobile, chemical, and power plants, as well as the railways, need mechanical engineers to design and maintain their machinery. Mechanical Engineers also mostly required in automobile, chemical, electronics, steel plants, oil exploration and refining, technical wings of armed forces, space research organisation, etc. Candidates with post graduate degree or an additional management degree could find work in administrative and managerial positions in government departments or public and private sector industries. Those who interested in research activities can work with many public/private sector research organizations. These engineers also can choose teaching in technical institutions as a remunerative profession.

Semesters Subject

SEMESTER-III SEMESTER-IV
Applied Mathematics – III Applied Mathematics – IV
Engineering Metallurgy Mechanics of Material
Fluid Mechanics Engineering Thermodynamics
Kinematics of Machine Machining Process
Manufacturing Process-I Hydraulics Machine
Machine Drawing (Practical) Environmental Studies
Technical Report and Seminar Mini Project

Semesters Subject

SEMESTER-V SEMESTER-VI
Advanced Production Processes Advanced Production Processes Dynamics of Machines
Design of Machine Elements Energy Conversion-1
Industrial Economics & Entrepreneurship Development Operations Research
Heat and Mass Transfer Control System Engineering
Computer Applications-I Mechatronics
Mechanical Measurement & Metrology Computer Applications-II
Communication Skills Functional English
Industrial Visit Case Study

Semesters Subject

SEMESTER-VII SEMESTER-VIII
Automobile Engineering Automation in Production
Energy Conversion-2 Energy Conversion-3
Computer Aided Design Advance Manufacturing Techniques
Industrial Engineering Industrial Management
DMD-Design of Mechanical Drives Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems
Project Project
Communication Skills  

Semesters Elective Subject

Elective Group-I Elective Group-II Elective Group-III
Industrial Robotics Finite Elements method Advance Manufacturing Techniques
Tool Design Computer Integrated MachineTool Design
Synthesis of Mechanisms Manufacturing Renewable Energy System
Automobile Engineering Industrial Fluid Power Mechanical Vibrations
Power plant Engineering Management Information System Advance I.C. Engine
Material Handling system Stress Analysis Tribology
Prof. Yogesh Dandekar


Prof. Yogesh Dandekar-Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Nagpur.

Qualification:B.E. (Mechanical) M.Tech (Production)
Designation:HOD
Experience:Teaching: 9 Years, Industry: 2.5 Years
 yogeshdandekar.ccoew@gmail.com

 

Dr. Shailesh Khekale


Dr. Shailesh Khekale-Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Nagpur.

Qualification:B.E . (Mechanical), M.Tech (Production), Ph.D
Designation:Assistant Professor
Experience:Teaching: 9 Years, Industry: 6 Years
 shaileshkhekale.ccoew@gmail.com

 

Mr. Aditya Kawadaskar


Mr. Aditya Kawadaskar-Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Nagpur.

Qualification:B.E . (Mechanical)M.Tech (Production)
Designation:Assistant Professor
Experience:Teaching: 5 Years, Industry: 1 Year
 aditya_kawadaskar@rediffmail.com

 

Mr. Sachin Naik


 Mr. Sachin Naik-Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Nagpur.

Qualification:B.E (Mechanical),MBA Marketing ,M Tech (MED) Pursing
Designation:Assistant Professor
Experience:Teaching: 13 Years, Industry: 7.8 Years
 sachin.naik.ccoew@gmail.com

 

Mr. Kedar Chimote


Mr. Kedar Chimote-Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Nagpur.

Qualification:B.E (Mechanical),M.Tech (Industrial)
Designation:Assistant Professor
Experience:Teaching: 8 Years, Industry: 01 Year
 kedarchimote@gmail.com

 

Mr. Sushil R. Lanjewar


Mr. Sushil R. Lanjewar-Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Nagpur.

Qualification:B.E.(Production) M.Tech(CAD/CAM)
Designation:Assistant Professor
Experience:9 Years

 sushil.ccoew@gmail.com

 

Prof. Prasanna Mahankar


Prof. Prasanna Mahankar-Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Nagpur.

Qualification:B.E. (Mechanical), M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering)
Designation:Assistant Professor
Experience:Teaching: 5 Years, Industry: 1 Year
 pmahankar.ccoew@gmail.com

 

Mr. Vikram Dandekar


Mr. Vikram Dandekar-Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Nagpur.

Qualification:B.E. (Mechanical)M.Tech. (CAD/CAM)
Designation:Assistant Professor
Experience:Teaching: 4 Years, Industry: 5 Years
 vikram.dandekar.ccoew@gmail.com