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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

In today’s fast-changing world with ever-growing challenges of limited resources and rapid climate changes, a new generation of Mechanical Engineers nurtured with necessary skills and innovative spirit is needed. Our attempt is to provide our students with a cheerful, productive and satisfying experience at all levels of their programme of studies so that they can explore the amazing world of Mechanical Engineering. Our dedicated faculty tries to disseminate amongst the students the latest developments in Applied Mechanics & Design, Dynamics & Control, Thermo-fluids & Processes, Energy, Materials & Manufacturing, and Automobile Engineering

                                                                            Sanjay Tiwari Associate Professor

(Head of Department –Mechanical Engineering)

Mechanical engineering is the branch of engineering that involves design, production and operation of different machinery or equipments and their associated tools. Major areas of Mechanical Engineering include design, manufacturing, heat and mass transfer, thermodynamics, industrial management etc. Mechanical Engineering utilizes core principles of above core areas that can be used in industrial field of manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, robotics, medical devices, heating and cooling systems, aircraft and crucial system. Use of newer paradigm, techniques, tools and approach such as rapid prototyping, computer aided design and manufacturing, robotics and Mechatronics, etc. would improve capability of existing system to produce low cost and high quality product in short duration of time.

Institute offer B. Tech and M. Tech courses in Mechanical Engineering. In Mechanical Engineering students are given knowledge on the basic principles of core area so that students are “Industry Ready”. Knowledge, hard work, effective communication and creativity are indulged in student through well qualified faculty and lab instructor. Effective student teaching methods are adopted to give complete theoretical and practical information of different domains. Practical session are given in the department through well equipped laboratories of workshop, material science and testing, fluid mechanics, advanced thermodynamics, heat and mass transfer, measurement and metrology, theory of machines, CAD, etc.

To be recognized as a provider of high quality education in the field of Mechanical Engineering, leading to well qualified, technically developed engineers having moral values, entrepreneurial and innovative skills that enable graduates to meet the needs of industries as well as society.

1)         To educate, prepare and mentor students by indulging them in analytical and creative thinking to excel as professionals.

2)         To provide the facilities and academic environment of excellence, leadership, ethical guidelines and lifelong learning to get diverse careers as well as research in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

3)         To incubate the students regarding startups for the development and innovation of products and services to meet the needs of industries as well as society.

  1. 1. Graduates will become engineer in the industries associated with Mechanical Engineering as well as able to starting¬-up and growing their own new firms.
  2. Graduates will be able to design and develop Engineering system components with the sense of ethics, professionalism for the benefit of the industry as well as society.
  3. Graduates will become leading researchers and educators who create and spread new knowledge in Mechanical Engineering.
  4. 4. Graduates will be able to strengthen their knowledge and skills through self-learning abilities throughout their professional career as well as to pursue higher education.
  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching 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, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research 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 give 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.
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PSO1. Perform in design sector by using the knowledge of Strengths of Materials, Machine Design, Hydraulics and Hydraulics Machines and Theory of Machines, etc.

PSO2. Apply the fundamentals of Applied Thermodynamics, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Heat and Mass Transfer etc. in Power and Energy sector.

PSO3. Understand the application of Material Science, Manufacturing Science, and Computer Aided Manufacturing etc. in manufacturing field.

PSO4. Develop their managerial and Ethical skills by grasping the knowledge of Industrial Psychology, Engineering Economics, Industrial Management, Operations Research, Entrepreneurship Development and Human values and Professional Ethics.

 
Session: 2018-19
Sr. No. Name of Students (Roll. No.) Name of Guide Project Title Brief Description
1 Mr.Ajai Singh 360oFlexible Drilling Machine
2 Abhay Mishra (1443140004) Sanjay Shukla (1443140067) Shivani Mishra (1443140075) Bhanu Prakash (1443140028) Chandra Gopal (1443140029) Aman Yadav (1443140011) Mukul Kumar (1443140047) Rajat Ray (1443140060) Shivanchal Singh (1443140074) Saurabh Kr.Rai (1443140068) Mr.Sanjay Tiwari Mr.Abhay P.Singh Chauhan ESVC 2018
3 Abdul Shadab (1443140003) Ajay Chauhan (1443140008) Amit Kumar (1443140013) Dharmendra Kr.Ram (1443140034) Gulshan Kumar (1443140038) Hinashu Rawat (1443140040) Nirmal Kumar (1443140051) Nitin Kr.Singh (1443140053) Nitish Chand (1443140054) Pradeep Yadav (1443140055) Mr.Vikas Dwivedi Electric Vehcile
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty Details
Session: 2019-20
S. No. Photo Name Designation Date of Joining Qualification Total Experience Area of Interest Email Id
1
Mr. Sanjay Tiwari Head & Asso Prof 1st Aug’16 B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D (Pursuing) 19 years Design sanjaytiwari@bncet.ac.in
2
Mr. Tanuj Kumar Gupta Assistant Professor 5th Aug’15 M. TECH. 10 years Basic Thermodynamics, Production Technology tanujkrgupta@bncet.ac.in
3
Mr. Ajay Kumar Singh Assistant Professor 1st Aug’14 M. TECH. 7.5 years Design ajaysingh@bncet.ac.in
4
Mr. Ashutosh Mishra Assistant Professor 19th Sep’16 B. TECH. 08 years Thermodynamics, HMT ashutosh@bncet.ac.in
5
Mr. Ajai Kumar Singh Assistant Professor 5th Aug’15 M. TECH. 10 years ajai@bncet.ac.in
6 Mr. Abhay Pratap Singh Chauhan Assistant Professor 8th Aug’15 B. TECH., M. TECH. 10 years abhaypratapsingh@bncet.ac.in
7
Mr. Vikash Dwivedi Assistant Professor 9th July’10 B. TECH., M. TECH. 11 years Production Engg. vikashdwivedi@bncet.ac.in
8
Mr. Sumit Dwivedi Assistant Professor 2nd Aug’13 B. TECH., M. TECH. 11 years Production Engg. sumitdwivedi@bncet.ac.in
9
Dr. Deepanshu Srivastawa Assistant Professor 31st July’ 2019 Ph.D, M.Tech 1.5 years CAD, CAM,CIM deepanshu.srivastava@bncet.ac.in
10
Mr. Rahul  Singh Assistant Professor 24th July’2018 M. TECH. 02 years Thermal , Renewable Energy Rahul_singh@bncet.ac.in
11
Mr. Ravi Kant Assistant Professor 31st July’17 M. TECH. 5.5 years Automobile Engineering ravikant@bncet.ac.in
12
Mr. Viksit Kumar Assistant Professor 31st July 2017 M. TECH., B. TECH. 02 years Design viksit@bncet.ac.in
13
Mr. Nitin M. Rawat Assistant Professor 31st July’19 M.TECH 02 years Energy Science, Renewable Energy, Manufacturing nitinrawat@bncet.ac.in
14
Mr.Vaibhav Srivastava Assistant Professor 31st July’2017 M. Tech 04 years Thermal Engineering, Design vaibhav_srivastava@bncet.ac.in
15
Mrs. Shivani Shukla Assistant Professor 5th Aug’15 M. Tech 4.5 years Production Engg. shivanishukla@bncet.ac.in
16
Mr. Digvijay Sonkar Assistant Professor 31st July’17 M. TECH., B. TECH. 03 years Production, Industrial digvijay@bncet.ac.in
17
Mr. Achal Kumar Pandey Assistant Professor 31st July’2018 M. Tech 02 years Thermal Engg. and Engg. Mechanics Achal@bncet.ac.in
18
Mr. Vinay kumar shukla Academic Coordinator 1st Jan’19 M. TECH., B. TECH. 13 years vinaykumarshukla@bncet.ac.in
19 Mr. Virendra Kumar Verma M. TECH., B. TECH. 01 years virendrakumarverma@bncet.ac.in
20
Mr. Shesh Mani Pal Assistant Professor 20th Nov’18 M. TECH., B. TECH. 05 years shesmnipal007@bncet.ac.in
21 Miss. Iram Beg M. TECH., B. TECH. 07 years Irambeg@bncet.ac.in
22 Mr. Ajay Dobhal M. TECH., B. TECH. 04 years ajaydobhal@bncet.ac.in
23 Mr. Kapil Chopra M. TECH., B. TECH. 10 years kapilchopra@bncet.ac.in
24 Mr. Prabhakar Pandey M. TECH., B. TECH. 02 years prabhakarpandey@bncet.ac.in
25
Mr. Dheeraj Kumar Assistant Professor 31/07/2019 M. TECH., B. TECH. 11 years Production Technology, Theory of Machines, Composite Materials dheeraj@bncet.ac.in
26
Mr.Sunil Kumar Verma Asst. Professor 25th July’11 M. TECH., B. TECH. 10 years Engineering Drawing sunilverma708@gmail.com
27
Mr. D. S. Pandey Asst. Professor 3rd Sep’14 B.Tech (AMIE)., M.Tech., Diploma 52 years Production Engg. dspandey246@gmail.com
  • Organized
Sr. No. Name of event Organizing Team Date Budget Total Participants
1 Online Quiz “Additive Manufacturing” Mr.Tanuj Kumar Gupta(Faculty Coordinator) Mr.Vaibhav Srivastava(Faculty Coordinator)      
2 Webinar on “Emerging Tool and Techniques Industrial Revolution    4.0” Mr.Sanjay Tiwari (Organizing Seceretary) Mr..Tanuj Kumar Gupta (Faculty Coordinator) Ms. Shivani P. Shukla (Faculty Coordinator)      
3 Webinar on “How to combat mental stress and Depression” Mr.Sanjay Tiwari Mr.Vinay Kumar      
4 Atamnirbharta” New Face for Entrepreneurship Mr.Sanjay Tiwari (Organizing Seceretary) Mr.Tanuj Kumar Gupta (Faculty Coordinator) Mr.Vaibhav Srivastava (Faculty Coordinator)      
5 Condition Monitoring  :Innovation and Future Trends Mr.Sanjay Tiwari (Organizing Seceretary) Ms.Shivani P.Shukla (Faculty Coordinator) Mr.Nitin Rawat (Faculty-Coordinator      
 
  • Attended
Sr. No. Name of Faculty Name of Event Organized by Date
1. Dr. Deepanshu Srivastava FDP on “Pedagogy for Online and Blender Teaching-Learning Process” Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay 30-October-2018 to 13-December-2018
FDP on “Foundation Program in ICT for Education”, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay 13-September-2018 to 18-October-2018
National Workshop on “Teaching-Learning-Assessment: Techniques and Practices (TLA:TP 2017)”, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad 24-25 March, 2017
QIP Workshop on “Advances in Manufacturing Systems”, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee 14 February, 2015
Short Term Course on “Micromachining: Materials, Processes and Systems (MMPS-2014)”, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad 17-21 June
2. Mr.Sanjay Tiwari FDP on Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics (Level-2) BBD Lucknow (06/01/2019 to 13/01/2019)
FDP on Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics  (Level-1) IET Lucknow (15/12/2017 to 22/12/2017)
ISTE STTP on Environmental Studies Conducted by IIT, Bombay at SMSIT, Lucknow 02nd to 12 June 2015
3. Mr. Tanuj Kumar Gupta FTP on “Product Development Practicum” IIT Kanpur   15/01/2020 to 19/01/2020
4. Mr. Ajay Kumar Singh FDP on Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics. (Level 1)   IET Lucknow 15/12/2017 to 22/12/2017
FDP on “Practicing Entrepreneurship and Innovation” IILM Lucknow 07/01/2020 to 11/01/2020
AICTE FDP on “ Inspection and Quality Control in Manufacturing”   NPTEL February to March
5. Mr. Ashutosh Mishra FDP on Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics. (Level 1) IET Lucknow 26/06/2017 to 03/07/2017
6. Mr. Ajai Kumar Singh FDP on “Manufacturing Technology and Automation” Centre for Advanced Studies AKTU 27/05/2019 to 31/05/2019
7. Mr. Abhay Pratap Singh Chauhan Attended two days national conference on” Emerging trends in power industry   Feb-2013
Attended 7 days workshop on Advancement in Computational techniques in HMT NIT, Hamirpur    
8. Mr. Vikash Dwivedi Eight dayFaculty development Program on ‘ Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics’ organized by TEQIP-III and conducted by Value Education Cell, AKTU Lucknow at BNCET, Lucknow 21st to 28th June 2019.
One week Faculty Development Programme on’ Solar Energy- A sustainable Future’ IPEC, Ghaziabad 15/07/2019 to 20/07/2019
9. Mr. Sumit Dwivedi Attended Five day’s course on product realization using 3D printing IIT Kanpur. 28/09/2019 to 02/10/2019
Attended Eight day  FDP on Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics. (Level 1)   IET LUcknow 15/12/2017 to 22/12/2017
Attended Five day’s FDP on Automation and robotics.   Ambalika Institute of Engineering and Technology Lucknow. 21/01/2019 to 25/01/2019
Two days  ISTE Workshop IIT Bombay 10/11/2012 to 11/11/2012
10. Mr. NitinM. Rawat Days FDP on “Automation &Robotics” IIT Kanpur 21/01/2020 to 25/01/2020
11. Mrs. Shivani Shukla Attended Eight day  FDP on Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics. ( Level 1)   IET LUcknow 15/12/2017 to 22/12/2017
Five days  FDP on Manufacturing process IIT Kanpur 21/08/2019 to 25/08/2019
12. Mr. DigvijaySonkar Attended One week  Faculty Development Programme on “Digital Pedagogy” REC Kannauj 11/02/2020 to 15/02/2020
Three Days Faculty Development Programme on “Arduino & PLC based Automation in Thermal, Production & Automobile Fields” Oriental Institute of Science & Technology Bhopal 20th to 22nd of june 2020
13. Mr. Virendra Kumar Verma FDP on Advances in Thermodynamics and Energy Systems   June 29- July 10, 2015
14. Mr. Shesh Mani Pal Attended two days  Faculty Development Programme on “Intelligence of Robotics for Next Generation” “College of Engineering Science and Technology Mohanlal ganj Lucknow” 05/02/2017 to 09/02/2017
   
 
Session : 2019-20
Odd Semester (3,5,7)
Sr. No. Course Code (Self Designed) University Code Name of Subject (Theory +Lab) CO (5 only)
1 C201 KOE033 Energy Science & Engineering C201.1 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] basics of thermodynamics and energy conversion. C201.2 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] physics of conversion nuclear and solar energy. C201.3 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different types of Conventional & non-conventional energy sources. C201.4 At the end of this course student will able to explain [III] the concept of Green energy and identify of energy related enterprises.
2 C202 KAS301 Technical Communication  
3 C203 KME301 Thermodynamics C203.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Use[III]the concept of work and heat interaction ,and balance of energy between system and its surroundings. C203.2  At the end of this course student will be able toDefine[I] the  application of Ist law to various energy conversion devices C203.3  At the end of this course student will be able to Evaluate[VI]the changes in properties of substances in various processes. C203.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Differentiate[IV]  high grade energy  and low grade energy and IInd Law C203.5  At the end of this course student will be able to Define[I]the refrigeration processes and   cycle and Psychrometric chart.
4 C204 KME302 Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Machines C204.1 Upon completion of this course, students will be able to mathematically Analyze [IV] simple flow situation. C204.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Evaluate [VI] the performance of pumps and turbines.
5 C205 KME303 Materials Engineering  
6 C206 KNC301 Computer System Security  
7 C207 KME351 Fluid Mechanics Lab  
8 C208 KME352 Material Testing Lab  
9 C209 KME353 Computer Aided Machine Drawing-I Lab C209.1 At the end of this course Student will able to show [II] and construct [III]  different projections of orthographic view, fasteners and riveted joint C209.2 At the end of this course Student will able to construct [III] the assembly drawing of various mechanical components. C209.3 At the end of this course Student will able to make use of [III] the computer in drawing mechanical components with the help of software like AutoCAD.
10 C210 KME354 Internship Assessment  
11 C301 RAS501 Managerial Economics C301.1 After completion of this course students will be able to Explain [II] the nature of managerial economics and How [I] it would enable a decision maker to take optimal decisions. C301.2 After completion of this course students will be able to Identify [III] & Explain [II] the basic concept of supply. C301.3 After completion of this course students will be able to Explain [II] different cost concepts and behavior of the production in relation to inputs and its implications on costs. C301.4 After completion of this course students will be able to  Understand [II]  & Apply [III] that  how output and price decisions are taken by a firm in different market structure in order to maximize the profits. C301.5 After completion of this course students will be able to Analyze [IV] the different aspects of Indian economy to understand why there is a role for the government to play in market economies.
12 C302 RUC501 Cyber Security C302.1 Elaborate [VI] concept of Information system security with categorized attacks over it. C302.2 Justify [V] the need of Application security with classification of security threats. C302.3 Build [III] understanding in student to develop [III] secure information system with respect to risk analysis management. C302.4 Student can easily determine [V] list of security policies on online as well as offline media.
13 C303 RME501 Machine Design-I C303.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain[II] the basic concept of Design C303.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] & Design [VI] different types of riveted joints. C303.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] & Design [VI] shafts subjected to different types of loading conditions. C303.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] & Design [VI] spring subjected to static and fluctuating loads. C303.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] & Design [VI] different types of keys, coupling and screw jack.
14 C304 RME502 Heat & Mass Transfer C304.1 Students should be able to Demonstrate[II]the cause of heat transfer and thermal resistance, They should be able tosolve[III]problem based on modes of heat transfer andcompare[IV]different modes of heat transfer. Students should be able to formulate[VI] expressions of general heat conduction equation in cylindrical, Cartesian and Spherical co-ordinates. C304.2 Students should be able toDemonstrate[II]Fins and Transient ,able toApply[III] their knowledge in practical applications, Students should be able to formulte[VI] equations for temperature distribution and heat transfer rate equations. C304.3 Students should be able toDemonstrate[II] and  Explain[II] free Convection ,Forced convection and Non Dimensional analysis. C304.4 Students should be able to Demonstrate[II] Radiation and different laws associated to them,surfaceresistance,space resistance,Green house effect and Solar radiation. classify[IV]different types of surfaces.To solve[III] problems based on radiation andformulate[VI] Expression on different cases of radiation shield. C304.5 Students should be able toDemonstrate[II] Mass transfer, Fick’s Law, Boiling Pool Curve and heat exchanger, they canSolve[III] problems andformulate[VI]based on previous articles.
15 C305 RME503 Manufacturing Science& Technology-II C305.1 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] the concept of metal cutting and will be able to solve [III] numericals on metal cutting operation. C305.2 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different machine tools solve [III] numericals related to different machine tools. C305.3 At the end of this course Student will able to define [I] grinding and super finishing operations and solve [III] numerical based them. C305.4 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] the concept of different welding operations. C305.5 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different concepts and solve [III] numerical based on unconventional machining and welding.
16 C306 RME051 IC Engines and Compressors C306.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the basic concepts and elements of I.C. Engine and will be able to Solve [III] the problems related to thermodynamics cycles governing to I.C. Engine and Compare [IV] the factors affecting the thermodynamic cycle. C306.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the basics of combustion process and design evaluation of combustion chamber of spark ignited engine and will be able to Illustrate [II] mathematical basic with reasoning of fuel supply system and performance perspective of turbo- supercharging system. C306.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the basics of combustion process and design evolution of combustion chamber of compression ignition engine and will be able to Explain [II] basic with reasoning of fuel supply system and emission formation of its Control. C306.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Illustrate [III] the cooling and lubrication of an Engine with its effect on engine friction & heat generation and Classify [II] alternative fuels, engine performance parameters and testing. C306.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Classify [II] the compressors, able to Explain [II] the functionality and characteristics of compressors, and Solve [III] numerical problems related to it.
17 C307 RME551 Design and Simulation Lab I  
18 C308 RME552 Heat & Mass Transfer Lab C308.1 Students should be able to  perform experimentswith (III)  Conduction, Convection and Radiation of heat  equipments collect data, analyze(IV)and interpret(V) results to draw valid conclusions through standard test procedures. C308.2 Demonstrate(II) thermal properties and performance of heat exchanger.
19 C309 RME553 Manufacturing Technology-II Lab  
20 C310 RME559 Seminar – I C310.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to make use of knowledge[III]  of mechanical engineering and other technologies  to explain [II] complex engineering activities. C310.2 At the end of this course students will be able to explain [II] their understanding about a concept of their interest.
21 C401   Human Values and Professional Ethics  
22 C402 RME071 Power Plant Engineering C402.1 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Define(I) the basics of power and energy, terms and factors associated with power plant economics, Evaluate(IV) present worth depreciation and cost of different types power plants and Estimate(VI) the cost of producing power per kW which will help to make them a good professional and understand their responsibility  towards the society. C402.2 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Explain(II) the operating procedure of a thermal power plant and also the details of different machineries used in such power plants so that they will be able to Plan(III) for thermal power plants using modern engineering tools on global level. C402.3 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Explain(II) the basic working principles of Gas turbine and diesel power plants, Define(I) the performance characteristic  and components of such power plants,Classify(II) different types of vapor cycles and list(I) the advantages of combined cycle power plant so as to fulfill the need of socio-economic level. C402.4 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Explain(II) the various types Non –conventional power plant, hydroelectric power plant, and Nuclear power plant along with the principal components of these plants which they could use to Analyze(IV)  and Solve(III) engineering or research problem which can lead for the better society. C402.5 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Explain(II),Apply(III) and Justify(V) the engineering principles of electrical and instrumentation system used in power plant along with the awareness of pollution from such plants to be used by them in modern Engineering tools on global level.  
23 C403 RME078 Automation & Robotics  
24 C404 RME701 CAD/CAM  
25 C405 RME702 Automobile Engineering C405.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to Extend[II] their skill and learn the constructional, working principle of various types of manual transmission of an automobile and Design principles of automotive components to Apply[III] in developing newer production methods. C405.2 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain[II] and Apply[III] the working of transmission system of an automobile along with the concepts of Front Axle and steering so as to help in research and interdisciplinary field which may fulfill the social, economical and political needs of the society. C405.3 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain[II] the  Braking, Chasis and suspension system of an Automobile which they can use to solve[III] engineering or research problem of real world which can bring the change in production methods and society, environment. C405.4 At the end of this course student will able to Explain[II] about electrical components and fuel supply system used in a vehicle which can help in improvisation and developing newer technologies that can help in developing a better world. C405.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain[II] the methods of maintenance of an automobile along with the awareness of pollution which can be used in field of engineering and research to solve[III] the engineering problems and fulfill the responsibly towards society..
26 C406 RME751 CAD/CAM Lab C406.1 Students should be able to Build [III] machine components on 3-D modeling software. C406.2 Students should be able to Develop [VI] Part Programming for CNC Machine.
27 C407 RME752 IC Engine & Automobile Lab  
28 C408 RME753 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING  
29 C409 RME754 PROJECT-1 C409.1 Student should be able to Describe [II] and manage project as a member of team to use the technique, skill and modern engineering tools. C409.2 Students should be able to Understand [II] solutions to authentic (real world and ill defined) problems. C409.3 Students will be able to Demonstrate (II) the project. C409.4 Students should be able to Design (VI) a system, component or process to meet desired need within realistic constraints. C409.5 Students should be able to Develop (VI) an action plan to improve presentation skills and have the confidence to make more of an impact on their audience.
Even Semester (4,6,8)
1 C211 KAS402 Maths IV  
2 C212 KVE401 Universal Human Values  
3 C213 KME401 Applied Thermodynamics C213.1 At the end of this course student will be able to define[I]the concept gas power cycle and I.C. engine C213.2 At the end of this course student will be able todefine[I] vapour power cycle and fuel combustion. C213.3 At the end of this course student will be able toapply[III] the concept of boiler and condenser using steam table C213.4 At the end of this course student will be able to apply[III ] the concept of steam ,gas nozzles and steam turbine C213.5 At the end of this course student will be able to analyze[IV]the concept of gas tubine and jet propulsion.
4 C214 KME402 Engineering Mechanics C214.1 After completing this course, the students should be able to understand the various effect of force and motion on the engineering design structure.
5 C215 KME403 Manufacturing Processes  
6 C216 KNC402 Python Programming  
7 C217 KME451 Applied Thermodynamics Lab C217.1 At the end of this course student will be able to define[I]the concept gas power cycle and I.C. engine C217.2 At the end of this course student will be able todefine[I] vapour power cycle and fuel combustion. C217.3 At the end of this course student will be able toapply[III] the concept of boiler and condenser using steam table C217.4 At the end of this course student will be able to apply[III ] the concept of steam ,gas nozzles and steam turbine C217.5 At the end of this course student will be able to analyze[IV]the concept of gas tubine and jet propulsion.
8 C218 KME452 Manufacturing Processes Lab  
9 C219 KME453 Computer Aided Machine Drawing-II Lab  
10 C311 RAS601 Industrial Management C311.1 At the end of this course Student will be able to Define [I] and Explain [II] the concept and principle of modern Industrial organization and the production system used in industry. C311.2 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] the structure and application of managerial function as well as human resource management in an organization. C311.3 At the end of this course Student will be able to Define [I] and Explain [II] various strategies and techniques used in organization to improve the productivity and also to control the inventory and quality of the product. C311.4 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] and Apply [III] the methods and techniques used to complete the project within optimum time.  
11 C312 RAS602 Sociology C312.1 At the end of this course student will be able to use[I]the concept of awakening of scientific techniques and rise of industrial era . C312.2 At the end of this course student will be able to define[II] the causes ,consequences & obstacles of Industrial society. C312.3 At the end of this course student will be able to evaluate[VI]the changes in society due to industrialization. C312.4 At the end of this course student will be able to differentiate[IV]  industrial laws. C312.5 At the end of this course student will be able to define[I]the society, management functions and industrial organizations.
12 C313 RME601 Fluid Machinery C313.1 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different type of fluid machines and devices. C313.2 At the end of this course Student will able to solve [III] numerical of impact of jet. C313.3 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different concepts and solve [III] numerical based on velocity triangle of impulse and reaction turbines. C313.4 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different concepts and solve [III] numerical based on centrifugal pump. C313.5 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different concepts and solve [III] numerical based on reciprocating pump.
13 C314 RME602 Theory of Machines C314.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Describe [II] the links, joints and mechanism and will Analyze [IV] velocity and acceleration diagram. C314.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Sketch [III] the cam profile and Apply [III] the concept of gears and gear trains. C314.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the concept of static force analysis and Demonstrate [III] the turning moment diagram and to Use [III] fluctuation of speed. C314.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Solve [II] the problem of balancing and to Explain [III] the application of governor. C314.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Use [III] the brakes and dynamometer.
14 C315 RME603 Machine Design-II C315.1 Students should be able to explain[II]Gears and Gear terminology,principle Gears conjugation,interference.They should be able todesign[V] Spur Gear and Helical Gears ,tosolve[III]problem based on these designs C315.2 Students should be able toexplain[II]the terms used in Bevel and Worm Gears. They should be able todesign[V]Worm and Bevel Gears,tosolve[III] problems based on these Gears. C315.3 Students should be able toexplain[II] Sliding contact bearing,classify[II]them,design[V] them andsolve[III] problems based on these Bearings. C315.4 Students should be able to explain[II] Rolling contact bearing, classify[II] them, design[V] them and solve[III] problems based on these Bearings. C315.5 Students should be able toexplain[II]  various IC engine parts,design[V] them and solve[III] problems based on them.
15 C316 RME061 Refrigeration & Air-conditioning C316.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to Explain [I] the basic concepts and Elements of Refrigeration and Air conditioning with thermodynamic approach and will be able to Solve[III] the problems related to basic thermodynamic refrigeration cycles. C316.2 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] vapour compression refrigeration cycle using thermodynamic principles specification and Solve [III] problems related to it. C316.3 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain[II] vapour absorption refrigeration compare[IV] different types of refrigerant with properties. C316.4 At the end of this course student will able to Explain[II]  the basic heat load calculation. C316.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify[II] the functionality of ducts, design of ducts and Illustrate[III] different psychometric processes in air-conditioning.
16 C317 RME651 Fluid Machinery Lab C317.1 At the end of this course Student will able to apply(III)  theoretical knowledge to find the performance of different turbines. C317.2 At the end of this course Student will able to apply (III) theoretical knowledge to find the performance of different pumps. C317.3 At the end of this course Student will able to perform experiment with (III) hydraulic ram equipment and impact of jet apparatus.
17 C318 RME652 Theory of Machines Lab C318.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] inversions of different types of linkages. C318.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] the principles of gyroscopic effects and stabilization on various transport vehicles and applications of various governors. C318.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the working principles of brakes and clutches. C318.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the critical speed of shaft.
18 C319 RME653 Design and Simulation Lab II C319.1 Students should be able to recall(I) C-langauge programming, They Should be able to formulate(VI) various design steps of Gears, Bearings and  IC engine parts in C-language programming. C319.2 Students should  be able to solve(VI) problems of Gears, Bearings and IC engine parts by using C language programming.
19 C320 RME654 Refrigeration & Airconditioning Lab  
20 C410   OPEN ELECTIVE COURSE-2  
21 C411   DEPTT ELECTIVE COURSE-5  
22 C412   DEPTT ELECTIVE COURSE-6  
23 C413 RME851 SEMINAR C413.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to make use of knowledge[III]  of mechanical engineering and other technologies  to explain [II] complex engineering activities. C413.2 At the end of this course students will be able to explain [II] their understanding about a concept of their interest.
24 C414 RME852 PROJECT-2 C414.1 Student should be able to Describe [II] and manage project as a member of team to use the technique, skill and modern engineering tools. C414.2 Students should be able to Understand [II] solutions to authentic (real world and ill defined) problems. C414.3 Students will be able to Demonstrate (II) the project. C414.4 Students should be able to Design (VI) a system, component or process to meet desired need within realistic constraints. C414.5 Students should be able to Develop (VI) an action plan to improve presentation skills and have the confidence to make more of an impact on their audience.
Session : 2018-19
Odd Semester (3,5,7)
1 C201 ROE033 Laser System and Application C201.1 At the end of this course students will be able to Recall [I] the basic concept modern/quantum physics. They will learn implementation of atomic structure and What [I] is the physical significance of black body, free electron and also Schrodinger wave equations. Students will also learn How [I] to use the various applications of modern as well classical physics. C201.2 At the end of this course students will be able to Understand [II] the elements, techniques and principle of laser. C201.3 At the end of this course students will be able to Understand [II] the general laser, and students also will learn the construction and working of solid, liquid, gas and semiconductor lasers. C201.4 At the end of this course student will understand How [I] to Apply [III] laser in material processing, medical science and in optical communication etc.
2 C202 RAS302 Environment & Ecology C202.1 At the end of this course students will be able to Understand [II] and Define [I] the basic concept Environment & Ecosystem. They will learn and able to Tell [I] about structure of environment, details of ecosystem structure and functions, human activities and able to Explain [II] its effect on environment along with understanding the sustainable development principles and Select [III] methods to achieve it. C202.2 At the end of this course students will be able to understand and Classify [II] the natural resources and energy resources as well as able to Decide [V] and Choose [III] the proper resources and practices for the betterment of Human life and environment. C202.3 At the end of this course students will be able to understand and Classify [II] the various types and sources of pollutions, Judge [V] their effects and Choose [III] remedies. The students will also able to Develop [III] the basic understanding about the current environmental issues and their Solution [VI]. C202.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] the role of government in environment protection as well as environmental Rule on [V] environment protection. The student get Identify [III] the role of NGOs in environment protection along with the Importance [V] of Environmental Education and women education in environment protection.
3 C203 RCE303 Fluid Mechanics C203.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] different types of fluid properties and their effect. C203.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Understand [II] types of fluid flows and principles of continuity as applied to fluid in motions. C203.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] different losses in fluid flow and Solve [III] numerical based on flow through pipes. C203.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Identify [III] and obtain the values of fluid properties and relationship between them. C203.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Apply [III] dimensional analysis to predict physical parameters that influence the flow in fluid mechanics.
4 C204 RME301 Material Science C204.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze [IV]  the Structure of materials at different levels, basic concepts of crystalline materials like unit cell, FCC, BCC, HCP, APF (Atomic Packing Factor), Co-ordination Number. C204.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify [II] the concept of mechanical behavior of materials.. C204.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the concept of phase & phase diagram & understand the basic terminologies associated with metallurgy. Construction and identification of phase diagrams and reactions. C204.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the heat treatment process &its types. Significance of properties vs microstructure. Surface hardening & its types. C204.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Describe [II] features, classification, applications of newer class materials like smart materials, ceramics, composite materials etc.
5 C205 RME302 Thermodynamics C205.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Use [III] the concept of work and heat interaction, and balance of energy between system and its surroundings. C205.2  At the end of this course student will be able to Define [I] the  application of Ist law to various energy conversion devices C205.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Evaluate [VI] the changes in properties of substances in various processes. C205.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Differentiate [IV]  high grade energy  and low grade energy and IInd Law C205.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Define [I]the refrigeration processes and   cycle and Psychrometric chart.
6 C206 RME303 Mechanics of Solids C206.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] the concept of “stress’ and ‘strain’ will Apply [III] to structural member subjected to loading and also able to Sketch [III] Mohr’s Circle. C206.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Compute [III the deflection of beam. C206.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] the concept of torsion of shafts. C206.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Solve [II] deflection of spring and to Compute [III] buckling of column & Struts C206.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Solve [II] deflection of spring and to Compute [III] buckling of column & Struts C206.6 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] the concept of stress and unsymmetrical bending will Apply [III] to Curved bars.
7 C207 RCE353 Fluid Mechanics Lab C207.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Find [I] the variation of the co-efficient of discharge with the Reynolds number. C207.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze [IV] transition from laminar to turbulent flow and variation of friction factor in pipes. C207.3 At the end of this course student will be able Experiment with [III] impact of jet apparatus to verify the momentum equation.
8 C208 RME351 Material Science & Testing Lab C208.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze [IV] and conduct Tensile, Shear and Compression test of metallic specimens using Universal Testing Machine. C208.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Determine [V] the Grain size of the given specimen. C208.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Determine [III] the hardness of a given material by using Rockwell and Brinell Testing Machine.
9 C209 RME352 Thermodynamics Lab C209.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] basic concepts of Boiler mountings and accessories. C209.2 At the end of this course student will be able to explain [II] the working of fire tube boilers and their applications C209.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II]  the working of water tube boilers and their applications C209.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the working of steam engine. C209.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the working of Internal combustion engines and use in automobiles.
10 C210 RME353 Computer Aided Machine Drawing–I Lab C210.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Show [II] and Construct [III]  different projections of orthographic view, fasteners and riveted joint C210.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Construct [III] the assembly drawing of various mechanical components. C210.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Make use of [III] the computer in drawing mechanical components with the help of software like AutoCAD.
11 C301 RAS501 Managerial Economics C301.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze [IV] the concept of demand. C301.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify [III] the concept of supply.. C301.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the concept of cost output relationship. C301.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] about market structure. C301.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Describe [II] features, classification of national economy..
12 C302 RUC501 Cyber Security C302.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Elaborate [VI] concept of Information system security with categorized attacks over it. C302.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Justify [V] the need of Application security with classification of security threats. C302.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Build [III] understanding in student to Develop [III] secure information system with respect to risk analysis management. C302.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Determine [V] list of security policies on online as well as offline media.
13 C303 RME501 Machine Design-I C303.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain[II] the basic concept of Design C303.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] & Design [VI] different types of riveted joints. C303.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] & Design [VI] shafts subjected to different types of loading conditions. C303.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] & Design [VI] spring subjected to static and fluctuating loads. C303.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] & Design [VI] different types of keys, coupling and screw jack.
14 C304 RME502 Heat & Mass Transfer C304.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate [II] the cause of heat transfer and thermal resistance, They should be able to Solve [III] problem based on modes of heat transfer and Compare [IV] different modes of heat transfer. Students should be able to Formulate [VI] expressions of general heat conduction equation in cylindrical, Cartesian and Spherical co-ordinates. C304.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate [II] Fins and Transient, able to Apply [III] their knowledge in practical applications, Students should be able to Formulate [VI] equations for temperature distribution and heat transfer rate equations. C304.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate [II] and Explain [II] free Convection, Forced convection and Non Dimensional analysis. C304.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate [II] Radiation and different laws associated to them, surface resistance, space resistance, Greenhouse effect and Solar radiation. Classify [IV] different types of surfaces to Solve [III] problems based on radiation and Formulate [VI] Expression on different cases of radiation shield. C304.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate [II] Mass transfer, Fick’s Law, Boiling Pool Curve and heat exchanger, they can Solve [III] problems and Formulate [VI] based on previous articles.
15 C305 RME503 Manufacturing Science& Technology-II C305.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the concept of metal cutting and will be able to Solve [III] numerical on metal cutting operation. C305.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] different machine tools Solve [III] numerical related to different machine tools. C305.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Define [I] grinding and super finishing operations and Solve [III] numerical based them. C305.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the concept of different welding operations. C305.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] different concepts and Solve [III] numerical based on unconventional machining and welding.
16 C306 RME051 IC Engines and Compressors C306.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the basic concepts and elements of I.C. Engine and will be able to Solve [III] the problems related to thermodynamics cycles governing to I.C. Engine and Compare [IV] the factors affecting the thermodynamic cycle. C306.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the basics of combustion process and design evaluation of combustion chamber of spark ignited engine and will be able to Illustrate [II] mathematical basic with reasoning of fuel supply system and performance perspective of turbo- supercharging system. C306.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the basics of combustion process and design evolution of combustion chamber of compression ignition engine and will be able to Explain [II] basic with reasoning of fuel supply system and emission formation of its Control. C306.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Illustrate [III] the cooling and lubrication of an Engine with its effect on engine friction & heat generation and Classify [II] alternative fuels, engine performance parameters and testing. C306.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Classify [II] the compressors, able to Explain [II] the functionality and characteristics of compressors, and Solve [III] numerical problems related to it.
17 C307 RME551 Design and Simulation Lab I C307.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Recall [I] the basic concepts of Engg. Mechanics and Solid Mechanics and remember basic terminology of different machine elements C307.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Classify [II] the different types of joints and fasteners and learn their applications. C307.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Apply [III] the basic principles of Solid Mechanics to learn the design procedure of different machine elements. C307.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Evaluate [V] the safety of designed machine elements like rivets, shafts, helical springs, couplings & screw jack etc.
18 C308 RME552 Heat & Mass Transfer Lab C308.1 At the end of this course Student will able to perform Experiments with (III) Conduction, Convection and Radiation of heat equipment’s collect data, Analyze (IV)and Interpret (V) results to draw valid conclusions through standard test procedures. C308.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Demonstrate (II) thermal properties and performance of heat exchanger.
19 C309 RME553 Manufacturing Technology-II Lab C309.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Determine [V] shear angle and able to make bolt on lathe machine. C309.2 At the end of this course Student will gain the knowledge to make Use of [III] of machining operations. C309.3 At the end of this course Student will gain the Knowledge [I] of drilling holes and twist-drill. C309.4 At the end of this course student will able to Analyze [IV] tool wear and tool life. C309.5 At the end of this course student will able to Demonstrate [II] various welding processes.
20 C310 RME559 Seminar – I C310.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to make use of Knowledge [III]  of mechanical engineering and other technologies  to Explain [II] complex engineering activities. C310.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] their understanding about a concept of their interest.
   
21 C401 NOE-072 Quality Management C401.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II]  quality, quality control, concept change, Modern quality management concept, procurement procedure, quality in sales and services, Guarantee, analysis of claims, evaluation of supplies, Capacity verification. C401.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II]] about quality cost, quality economy & will be able to design and fit organization structure for different types of products and company. C401.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] various control charts such as R chart and C chart with their practical applications. C401.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II the concept zero defect, reliability, MTTF, MTBF and control charts for attributes (P chart) with their applications. C401.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Recall [I] and Apply [III] the concepts about ISO: 9000 series, Taguchi method and JIT method.
22 C402 NME701 CAD C402.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Discuss [II] the various hardware and software aspect of CAD/CAM. C402.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Discuss [II] the various hardware and software aspect of CAD/CAM. C402.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Discuss [II] the various hardware and software aspect of CAD/CAM. C402.4 At the end of this course student will able to Construct [III] 3D model by utilizing various methods used in 3D graphics. C402.5 At the end of this course student will able to Solve [IV] FEM problems
23 C403 NME702 Automobile Engineering C403.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to Extend [II] their skill and learn the constructional, working principle of various types of manual transmission of an automobile and Design principles of automotive components to Apply [III] in developing newer production methods. C403.2 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] and Apply [III] the working of transmission system of an automobile along with the concepts of Front Axle and steering so as to help in research and interdisciplinary field which may fulfill the social, economical and political needs of the society. C403.3 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] the Braking, Chasis and suspension system of an Automobile which they can use to Solve [III] engineering or research problem of real world which can bring the change in production methods and society, environment. C403.4 At the end of this course student will able to Explain [II] about electrical components and fuel supply system used in a vehicle which can help in improvisation and developing newer technologies that can help in developing a better world. C403.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the methods of maintenance of an automobile along with the awareness of pollution which can be used in field of engineering and research to Solve [III] the engineering problems and fulfill the responsibly towards society..
24 C404 NME031 Computer Aided Manufacturing C404.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the concept of Automation. C404.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] basic knowledge of NC machines detail. C404.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the concept of CNC machines. C404.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] and Develop [III] various manual part programming and APT. C404.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] Computer Integrated Manufacturing and basic concept of Robots.
25 C405 NME043 Mechanical System Design C405.1  At the end of this course student will be able to Define[I] the concept of engineering process and system approach and to Identify [I] the need statement C405.2  At the end of this course student will be able to Define [I] system analysis, state theory approach and Analyze [IV] system modeling C405.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Examine [VI] graph modeling and Apply [III] optimization concept. C405.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] calculus method of optimization. C405.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze [IV] the decision problem and system simulation.
26 C406 NME751 CAD/CAM Lab C406.1 Students should be able to At the end of this course student will be able to Build [III] machine components on 3-D modeling software. C406.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Develop [VI] Part Programming for CNC Machine.
27 C407 NME752 I. C. Engine and Automobile Lab C407.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the various components of petrol engine and diesel engine. C407.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] the working of various mechanisms & automobile components. C407.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Experiment with [III] engineering analysis of the automobile and its subsystems.
28 C408 NME753 INDUSTRIAL TRG. C408.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Adopt [VI] the actual working environment C408.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify [III] & Formulate [VI] and model problems and find engineering solution based on a systems approach. C408.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Build [III] all ethical values & commit to professional ethics and responsibilities as an individual or a member of a team. C408.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] real life situations their related environments and accelerating the lifelong learning process.
29 C409 NME754 PROJECT C409.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Describe [II] and manage project as a member of team to use the technique, skill and modern engineering tools. C409.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] solutions to authentic (real world and ill defined) problems. C409.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate (II) the project. C409.4 Students will be able to At the end of this course student will be able to Design [VI] a system, component or process to meet desired need within realistic constraints. C409.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Develop [VI] an action plan to improve presentation skills and have the confidence to make more of an impact on their audience.
30 C410 GP701 GP C417.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Develop [VI] communication skills in order to encourage them to participate in extracurricular activities. C417.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Appreciate [V] the sincerity and regularity of the students. C417.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Develop [VI] the overall personality in terms of human values and confidence. C417.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Build [VI] themselves to face the challenges in the corporate world C417.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify [III] their personal hobbies, so they can sharpen their personality as an individual, if not good in academics.
Even Semester (4,6,8)
   
1 C211 RAS401 Mathematics-III C211.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Illustrate [II] the working methods of complex functions and apply for finding analytic functions. Apply [III] the complex functions for finding Taylor’s series, Laurent’s series and to Evaluate [V] definite integrals C211.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Determine [V] the statistical methods of studying data samples, hypothesis testing and statistical quality control, control charts and their properties. C211.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Estimate [V] the concepts of numerical techniques with differentiation. C211.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] the concepts of numerical techniques with integration C211.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] the concepts of Fourier Transform and Z- Transform and to Apply [III] for solving with the help of transforms problems.
2 C212 RAS401 Universal Human Values & Professional Ethics C212.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] and Define [I] the basic concept of value based education. They will also able to understand about basic human aspiration and get know the method to fulfill basic human aspirations. C212.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] and Explain [II] the harmony in the Human being for the betterment of Human life as well as get the knowledge of Sanyam and Swasthya and Discover [IV] its Importance [V] in human life. C212.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] and Summarize [II] process of achieving harmony in the family and society helpful to Construct [III] Undivided Society and Universal Human Order. C212.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Discover [IV] the method of achieving Harmony in the Nature through Justify [V] harmony at all levels of existence. C212.5 At the end of this course student will be able to get the knowledge related to implications of the Holistic understanding helpful to Change [VI] and Built [VI] professional life by following Professional Ethics.
3 C213 REE409 Electrical Machines & Controls C213.1 At the end of this course student will be able to acquire knowledge and Explain (II) about the constructional details and principle of operation of different Transformers and DC motors. C213.2 At the end of this course student will be able to acquire knowledge and Explain (II) about the constructional details and principle of operation of different Induction motors, Synchronous generators and motors. C213.3 At the end of this course student will be able to acquire knowledge and Evaluate (V) about basic signals, control system and modeling of systems from electrical to mechanical and vice-versa. C213.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze (IV) time response and stability criterion of systems by different methods. C213.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze (IV) frequency response and stability criterion of systems and acquire knowledge of process control methods.
4 C214 RME401 Measurement and Metrology C214.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain[II] the basics of Measurements & measurement systems C214.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify [II] the working of time, pressure and strain measuring instruments. C214.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] functioning of Accelerometers and vibrometers. C214.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] the principle of limit, fits& tolerances and Identify [II] the working of Limit gauges. C214.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the basics of measurement of geometric forms and instruments
5 C215 RME402 Manufacturing Science & Technology-I C215.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] importance of manufacturing processes and work required for various metal forming processes. C215.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Analyze [IV] metal forming processes such as wire drawing, tube drawing, extrusion and rolling. C215.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] different die and punch assembly and press work method in sheet metal working. C215.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Interpret [II]- foundry practices like pattern making, mold making, Core making and Inspection of defects. C215.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Demonstrate [II] unconventional metal forming processes and manufacturing of plastic components. Also Student will be able to Design [VI] jigs and fixtures for given components.
6 C216 RME403 Applied Thermodynamics C216.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Define [I]the concept gas power cycle and I.C. engine C216.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Define [I] vapour power cycle and fuel combustion. C216.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] the concept of boiler and condenser using steam table C216.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III ] the concept of steam ,gas nozzles and steam turbine C216.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze [IV] the concept of gas turbine and jet propulsion.
7 C217 REE459 Electrical Machines and Controls Lab C217.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate (II) the constructional details of DC machines, induction motor and Transformers. C217.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Evaluate (V) the performance and characteristics of 3-phase induction motor, Transformers and synchronous machines. C217.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Test (IV) and speed control methods of DC motor and induction motor. C217.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Show (II) the working of controllers, detectors and servo-systems.
8 C218 RME451 Measurement and Metrology Lab C218.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate [II] the necessary skills for calibration and testing of different gauges and Instruments. C218.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate [II] the necessary skills to collect data perform analysis and interpret results to draw valid conclusions through standard test procedures using various metrology instruments. C218.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] the principle of limit, fits & tolerances and Identify [III] the working of Limit gauges.
9 C219 RME452 Manufacturing Science & Technology–I Lab C219.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Design [V] pattern for desired casting with proper allowances. C219.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Design [V] the gating and riser system needed for casting. C219.3 At the end of this course Student will gain the Knowledge [I] of forging and press work such as blanking/piercing/,washer making etc. C219.4 At the end of this course student will gain the Knowledge [I] of drawing operation such as wire drawing/extrusion etc. C219.5 At the end of this course student will able to Analyze [IV] the sheet metal working such as rolling, bending etc.
10 C220 RME453 Computer Aided Machine Drawing-II Lab C220.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Classify [II] different types of drawings and Construct [III] the mechanical components by using roughness, limits, fits and tolerances. C220.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Construct [III] the part modeling and assemblies of various mechanical components by using different 3D software’s.
11 C311 RAS601 Industrial Management C311.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Define [I] the concept of Industrial management and will able to Explain [II] functions of management and human resource management . C311.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] and Define [I] work study, inventory control and quality control. C311.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] the project network analysis.
   
12 C312 RAS602 Sociology C312.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Use [I]the concept of awakening of scientific techniques and rise of industrial era. C312.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Define [II] the causes, consequences & obstacles of Industrial society. C312.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Evaluate [VI] the changes in society due to industrialization. C312.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Differentiate [IV] industrial laws. C312.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Define [I]the society, management functions and industrial organizations.
   
13 C313 RME601 Fluid Machinery C313.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] different type of fluid machines and devices. C313.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Solve [III] numerical of impact of jet. C313.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] different concepts and Solve [III] numerical based on velocity triangle of impulse and reaction turbines. C313.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] different concepts and Solve [III] numerical based on centrifugal pump. C313.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] different concepts and Solve [III] numerical based on reciprocating pump.
14 C314 RME602 Theory of Machines C314.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Describe [II] the links, joints and mechanism and will Analyze [IV] velocity and acceleration diagram. C314.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Sketch [III] the cam profile and Apply [III] the concept of gears and gear trains. C314.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the concept of static force analysis and Demonstrate [III] the turning moment diagram and to Use [III] fluctuation of speed. C314.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Solve [II] the problem of balancing and to Explain [III] the application of governor. C314.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Use [III] the brakes and dynamometer.
15 C315 RME603 Machine Design-II C315.1 Students will be able to Explain [II] Gears and Gear terminology, principle Gears conjugation, interference. They should be able to Design [V] Spur Gear and Helical Gears ,to Solve [III] problem based on these designs C315.2 Students will be able to Explain [II] the terms used in Bevel and Worm Gears. They should be able to Design [V] Worm and Bevel Gears, to Solve [III] problems based on these Gears. C315.3 Students will be able to Explain [II] Sliding contact bearing, Classify [II] them, Design [V] them and Solve [III] problems based on these Bearings. C315.4 Students will be able to Explain [II] Rolling contact bearing, classify [II] them, Design [V] them and Solve [III] problems based on these Bearings. C315.5 Students will be able to Explain [II] various IC engine parts, Design [V] them and Solve [III] problems based on them.
16 C316 RME061 Refrigeration & Air-conditioning C316.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to Explain [II] the basic concepts and Elements of Refrigeration and Air conditioning with thermodynamic approach and will be able to Solve[III] the problems related to basic thermodynamic refrigeration cycles. C316.2 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] vapour compression refrigeration cycle using thermodynamic principles specification and Solve [III] problems related to it. C316.3 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] vapour absorption refrigeration Compare [IV] different types of refrigerant with properties. C316.4 At the end of this course student will able to Explain [II] the basic heat load calculation. C316.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify [II] the functionality of ducts, design of ducts and Illustrate [III] different psychometric processes in air-conditioning.
17 C317 RME651 Fluid Machinery Lab C317.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Apply (III) theoretical knowledge to find the performance of different turbines. C317.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Apply (III) theoretical knowledge to find the performance of different pumps. C317.3 At the end of this course Student will able to perform Experiment with (III) hydraulic ram equipment and impact of jet apparatus.
18 C318 RME652 Theory of Machines Lab C318.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] inversions of different types of linkages. C318.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] the principles of gyroscopic effects and stabilization on various transport vehicles and applications of various governors. C318.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the working principles of brakes and clutches. C318.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] the critical speed of shaft.
19 C319 RME653 Design and Simulation Lab II C319.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Recall (I) C-language programming, They Should be able to Formulate (VI) various design steps of Gears, Bearings and IC engine parts in C-language programming. C319.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Solve (VI) problems of Gears, Bearings and IC engine parts by using C language programming.
20 C320 RME654 Refrigeration & Air conditioning Lab C320.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] all the experiments regarding refrigerator, air conditioner, air washer, cooling towers and their parts. C320.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II]all the experiments of refrigerator, air conditioner, air washer, cooling towers and their parts C320.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] the theories and produce the lab work and its results C320.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze [IV] and compute the desired results of all the experiments.  
21 C411 NOE081 Non Conventional Energy Resources C411.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Identify [III] energy demand and relate with available energy resources. C411.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Understand [II] The concept of solar energy and their applications in different fields. C411.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Understand [II] The ways to harness energy from nonconventional energy sources like geothermal, wind and ocean. C411.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Analyze [IV] Magneto hydrodynamics and Fuel cell technology. C411.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Analyze[IV] harnessing of biomass, Geothermal and Ocean energies.
22 C412 NME801 Power Plant Engineering C412.1 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Define(I) the basics of power and energy, terms and factors associated with power plant economics, Evaluate(IV) present worth depreciation and cost of different types power plants and Estimate(VI) the cost of producing power per kW which will help to make them a good professional and understand their responsibility  towards the society. C412.2 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Explain(II) the operating procedure of a thermal power plant and also the details of different machineries used in such power plants so that they will be able to Plan(III) for thermal power plants using modern engineering tools on global level. C412.3 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Explain(II) the basic working principles of Gas turbine and diesel power plants, Define(I) the performance characteristic  and components of such power plants,Classify(II) different types of vapor cycles and list(I) the advantages of combined cycle power plant so as to fulfill the need of socio-economic level. C412.4 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Explain(II) the various types Non –conventional power plant, hydroelectric power plant, and Nuclear power plant along with the principal components of these plants which they could use to Analyze(IV)  and Solve(III) engineering or research problem which can lead for the better society. C412.5 At the end of the course, a student will be able to Explain(II),Apply(III) and Justify(V) the engineering principles of electrical and instrumentation system used in power plant along with the awareness of pollution from such plants to be used by them in modern Engineering tools on global level.  
23 C413 NME055 Advance Welding Technology
C413.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Define [I] the different types of welding operation and process parameters. C413.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Define [I] various welding processes and Differentiate [IV] soldering and brazing. C413.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] the concept of Heat flow in welding. C413.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Apply [III] the concept of repair and maintenance in welding. C413.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Analyze [IV] the concept of weld design and testing of weld.
24 C414 NME065 Non Destructive Testing C414.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] Non-Destructive Testing in detail and Discover [VI] the basic knowledge of visual inspection testing. C414.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] Die penetrate test and Mangnetic particle Inspection in detail. C414.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] Radiographic methods used in Non-destructive Testing. C414.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] Ultrasonic testing methods used in Non-Destructive Testing. C414.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Explain [II] Eddy Current Inspection used in Non-Destructive Testing.
25 C415 NME851 SEMINAR C415.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to make use of Knowledge [III]  of mechanical engineering and other technologies  to Explain [II] complex engineering activities. C415.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Explain [II] their understanding about a concept of their interest.
26 C416 NME852 PROJECT C416.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Describe [II] and manage project as a member of team to use the technique, skill and modern engineering tools. C416.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Understand [II] solutions to authentic (real world and ill defined) problems. C416.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Demonstrate (II) the project. C416.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Design (VI) a system, component or process to meet desired need within realistic constraints. C416.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Develop (VI) an action plan to improve presentation skills and have the confidence to make more of an impact on their audience.
27 C417 GP801 GP C417.1 At the end of this course student will be able to Develop [VI] communication skills in order to encourage them to participate in extracurricular activities. C417.2 At the end of this course student will be able to Appreciate [V] the sincerity and regularity of the students. C417.3 At the end of this course student will be able to Develop [VI] the overall personality in terms of human values and confidence. C417.4 At the end of this course student will be able to Build [VI] themselves to face the challenges in the corporate world C417.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify [III] their personal hobbies, so they can sharpen their personality as an individual, if not good in academics.
Session : 2017-18
Odd Semester (3,5,7)
1 C201 ROE033 Laser System and Application  
2 C202 RAS302 Environment & Ecology  
3 C203 RCE303 Fluid Mechanics C203.1 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different types of fluid properties and their effect. C203.2 At the end of this course Student will able to understand [II] types of fluid flows and principles of continuity as applied to fluid in motions. C203.3 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different losses in fluid flow and solve [III] numerical based on flow through pipes. C203.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Identify[III] and obtain the values of fluid properties and relationship between them. C203.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Apply[III]dimensional analysis to predict physical parameters that influence the flow in fluid mechanics.
4 C204 RME301 Material Science C204.1 At the end of this course student will be able to analyze[IV]  the Structure of materials at different levels, basic concepts of crystalline materials like unit cell, FCC, BCC, HCP, APF (Atomic Packing Factor), Co-ordination Number. C204.2 At the end of this course student will be able to identify [II] the concept of mechanical behavior of materials.. C204.3 At the end of this course student will be able to explain [II] the concept of phase & phase diagram & understand the basic terminologies associated with metallurgy. Construction and identification of phase diagrams and reactions. C204.4 At the end of this course student will be able to explain [II] the heat treatment process &its types. Significance of properties vs microstructure. Surface hardening & its types. C204.5 At the end of this course student will be able to describe [II] features, classification, applications of newer class materials like smart materials, ceramics, composite materials etc.
5 C205 RME302 Thermodynamics C205.1 At the end of this course student will be able to use[III]the concept of work and heat interaction ,and balance of energy between system and its surroundings. C205.2  At the end of this course student will be able todefine[I] the  application of Ist law to various energy conversion devices C205.3  At the end of this course student will be able toevaluate[VI]the changes in properties of substances in various processes. C205.4 At the end of this course student will be able todifferentiate[IV]  high grade energy  and low grade energy and IInd Law C205.5  At the end of this course student will be able to define[I]the refrigeration processes and   cycle and Psychrometric chart
6 C206 RME303 Mechanics of Solids  
7 C207 RCE353 Fluid Mechanics Lab  
8 C208 RME351 Material Science & Testing Lab C208.1 At the end of this course student will be able to analyze [IV] and conduct Tensile, Shear and Compression test of metallic specimens using Universal Testing Machine. C208.2 At the end of this course student will be able to determine [V] the Grain size of the given specimen. C208.3 At the end of this course student will be able to determine [III] the hardness of a given material by using Rockwell and Brinell Testing Machine.
9 C209 RME352 Thermodynamics Lab C209.1 Students will be to explain [II] basic concepts of  Boiler mountings and accessories. C209.2 Students will be to explain [II] the working of fire tube boilers and their applications C209.3 Students will be to explain [II]  the working of water tube boilers and their applications C209.4 Students will be to explain [II]  the working of steam engine. C209.5 Students will be to explain [II]   the working of Internal combustion engines and use in automobiles.
10 C210 RME353 Computer Aided Machine Drawing–I Lab  
11 C301 NME501 Machine Design-I  
12 C302 NME502 Kinematics of Machines  
13 C303 NME503 Manufacturing Science & Technology-II  
14 C304 NME504 Heat & Mass Transfer C304.1 Students should be able to Demonstrate[II]the cause of heat transfer and thermal resistance, They should be able tosolve[III]problem based on modes of heat transfer andcompare[IV]different modes of heat transfer. Students should be able to formulate[VI] expressions of general heat conduction equation in cylindrical, Cartesian and Spherical co-ordinates. C304.2 Students should be able toDemonstrate[II]Fins and Transient ,able toApply[III] their knowledge in practical applications, Students should be able to formulte[VI] equations for temperature distribution and heat transfer rate equations. C304. Students should be able toDemonstrate[II] and  Explain[II] free Convection ,Forced convection and Non Dimensional analysis. C304.4 Students should be able to Demonstrate[II] Radiation and different laws associated to them,surfaceresistance,space resistance,Green house effect and Solar radiation. classify[IV]different types of surfaces.To solve[III] problems based on radiation andformulate[VI] Expression on different cases of radiation shield. C304.5 Students should be able toDemonstrate[II] Mass transfer, Fick’s Law, Boiling Pool Curve and heat exchanger, they canSolve[III] problems andformulate[VI]based on previous articles.
15 C305 NME505 I.C. Engines & Compressors  
16 C306 NHU501 Engineering Economics  
17 C307 NME551 Machine Design-I Lab  
18 C308 NME552 Seminar C308.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to make use of knowledge[III]  of mechanical engineering and other technologies  to explain [II] complex engineering activities. C308.2 At the end of this course students will be able to explain [II] their understanding about a concept of their interest.
19 C309 NME553 Manufacturing Technology-II Lab C309.1 At the end of this course Student will able to determine [V] shear angle and able to make bolt on lathe machine. C309.2 At the end of this course Student will gain the knowledge to make use of [III] of machining operations. C309.3 At the end of this course Student will gain the knowledge [I] of drilling holes and twist-drill. C309.4 At the end of this course student will able to analyze [IV] tool wear and tool life. C309.5 At the end of this course student will able to demonstrate [II] various welding processes.
20 C310 NME554 Heat & Mass Transfer Lab C310.1 Students should be able to  perform experimentswith (III)  Conduction, Convection and Radiation of heat  equipments collect data, analyze(IV)and interpret(V) results to draw valid conclusions through standard test procedures. C310.2 Demonstrate(II) thermal properties and performance of heat exchanger.
21 C311 NGP501 General Proficiency  
22 C401 NOE-072 Quality Management  
23 C402 NME701 CAD  
24 C403 NME702 Automobile Engineering  
25 C404 NME031 Computer Aided Manufacturing  
26 C405 NME043 Mechanical System Design C405.1  At the end of this course student will be able to define[I]the concept of engineering process and system approach and to identify[I] the need statement C405.2  At the end of this course student will be able todefine[I] system analysis, state theory approach and analyze[IV] system modelling C405.3  At the end of this course student will be able toexamine[VI]graph modelling and apply[III] optimization concept. C405.4  At the end of this course student will be able to apply[III ] calculus method of optimization. C405.5 At the end of this course student will be able to analyze[IV]the decision problem and system simulation.
27 C406 NME751 CAD/CAM Lab  
28 C407 NME752 I. C. Engine and Automobile Lab  
29 C408 NME753 INDUSTRIAL TRG.  
30 C409 NME754 PROJECT  
31 C410 GP701 GP  
Even Semester (4,6,8)
1 C211 RAS401 Mathematics-III  
2 C212 RAS401 Universal Human Values & Professional Ethics  
3 C213 REE409 Electrical Machines & Controls  
4 C214 RME401 Measurement and Metrology C214.1 At the end of this course student will be able to explain[II] the basics of Measurements & measurement systems C214.2 At the end of this course student will be able to identify [II] the working of time, pressure and strain measuring instruments. C214.3 At the end of this course student will be able to explain [II] functioning of Accelerometers and vibrometers. C214.4 At the end of this course student will be able to apply [III] the principle of limit, fits& tolerances and identify [II] the working of Limit gauges. C214.5 At the end of this course student will be able to explain [II] the basics of measurement of geometric forms and instruments
5 C215 RME402 Manufacturing Science & Technology-I C215.1 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] importance of manufacturing processes and work required for various metal forming processes. C215.2 At the end of this course Student will able to analyze [IV] metal forming processes such as wire drawing, tube drawing, extrusion and rolling. C215.3 At the end of this course Student will able to explain [II] different die and punch assembly and press work method in sheet metal working. C215.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Interpret[II]- foundry practices like pattern making, mold making, Core making and Inspection of defects. C215.5 At the end of this course Student will able to demonstrate [II] unconventional metal forming processes and manufacturing of plastic components. Also Student will be able to design [VI] jigs and fixtures for given components.
6 C216 RME403 Applied Thermodynamics C216.1 At the end of this course student will be able to define[I]the concept gas power cycle and I.C. engine C216.2 At the end of this course student will be able todefine[I] vapour power cycle and fuel combustion. C216.3 At the end of this course student will be able toapply[III] the concept of boiler and condenser using steam table C216.4 At the end of this course student will be able to apply[III ] the concept of steam ,gas nozzles and steam turbine C216.5 At the end of this course student will be able to analyze[IV]the concept of gas tubine and jet propulsion.
7 C217 REE459 Electrical Machines and Controls Lab  
8 C218 RME451 Measurement and Metrology Lab C218.1 At the end of this course student will be able to demonstrate [II] thenecessary skills for calibration and testing of different gauges and Instruments. C218.2 At the end of this course student will be able to demonstrate [II] the necessary skills to collect data, perform analysis and interpret results to draw valid conclusions through standard test procedures using various metrology instruments. C218.3 At the end of this course student will be able to apply [III] the principle of limit, fits & tolerances and identify [III] the working of Limit gauges.
9 C219 RME452 Manufacturing Science & Technology–I Lab C219.1 At the end of this course Student will able to design [V] pattern for desired casting with proper allowances. C219.2 At the end of this course Student will able to design [V] the gating and riser system needed for casting. C219.3 At the end of this course Student will gain the knowledge [I] of forging and press work such as blanking/piercing/,washer making etc. C219.4 At the end of this course student will gain the knowledge [I] of drawing operation such as wire drawing/extrusion etc. C219.5 At the end of this course student will able to analyze [IV] the sheet metal working such as rolling, bending etc.
10 C220 RME453 Computer Aided Machine Drawing-II Lab  
11 C312 NME602 Machine Design-II C312.1 Students should be able to explain[II]Gears and Gear terminology,principle Gears conjugation,interference.They should be able todesign[V] Spur Gear and Helical Gears ,tosolve[III]problem based on these designs C312.2 Students should be able toexplain[II]the terms used in Bevel and Worm Gears. They should be able todesign[V]Worm and Bevel Gears,tosolve[III] problems based on these Gears. C312.3 Students should be able toexplain[II] Sliding contact bearing,classify[II]them,design[V] them andsolve[III] problems based on these Bearings. C312.4 Students should be able to explain[II] Rolling contact bearing, classify[II] them, design[V] them and solve[III] problems based on these Bearings. C312.5 Students should be able toexplain[II]  various IC engine parts,design[V] them and solve[III] problems based on them.
12 C313 NME603 Dynamics of Machines  
13 C314 NME604 Refrigeration & Air-conditioning  
14 C315 NME013 Mechanical Vibrations  
15 C316 NME024 Unconventional Manufacturing Processes  
16 C317 NHU601 Industrial Management  
17 C318 NME651 Fluid Machinery Lab  
18 C319 NME652 Machine Design-II Lab  
19 C320 NME653 Theory of Machines Lab  
20 C321 NME654 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab  
21 C322 NGP601 General Proficiency  
22 C411 NOE081 Non Conventional Energy Resources  
23 C412 NME801 Power Plant Engineering  
24 C413 NME055 Advance Welding Technology C413.1 At the end of this course student will be able to define[I]the different types of welding operation and process parameters. C413.2 At the end of this course student will be able to define[I] various welding processes and differentiate[IV] soldering and brazing. C413.3 At the end of this course student will be able to apply[III] the concept of Heat flow in welding. C413.4 At the end of this course student will be able to apply[III ] the concept of repair and maintenance in welding. C413.5 At the end of this course student will be able to analyze[IV]the concept of weld design and testing of weld.
25 C414 NME065 Non Destructive Testing  
26 C415 NME851 SEMINAR C415.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to make use of knowledge[III]  of mechanical engineering and other technologies  to explain [II] complex engineering activities. C415.2 At the end of this course students will be able to explain [II] their understanding about a concept of their interest.
27 C416 NME852 PROJECT  
28 C417 GP801 GP  
 
  • Department has well equipped Class Rooms and Seminar hall for e-learning facility.
  • Department has various societies/clubs for the students and seminars on Contemporary topics are held regularly.
  • CAD/CAM lab is fully furnished with Design and analysis, equipped with latest software platforms and applications.
  • Apart from College Central Library, Department has well developed Departmental Library.
  • Department has fully fledged Industry Interaction Cell and Incubator Centre which offer a unique opportunity of achievement, innovation and creative professional techno economic excellence
  • Incubators offer a unique opportunity of achievement, innovation and creative professional techno economic excellence.
S.N. Name of Lab Name of Officer-Incharge Major Equipments List of Experiment
1. Fluid Mechanics Lab Mr. V. P. Singh §  1) Apparatus for determination of losses in pipe and fittings. §  2) Orifice meter Apparatus. §  3) Laminar and Turbulent flow in pipe, study Apparatus. §  4) Calibration of orifice meter mouth piece Apparatus. §  5) Calibration of Bend meter Apparatus. §  6) Darcy Law Apparatus. §  7) Electric Analogy Apparatus. §  Impact of Jet Apparatus. §  8) Metacentric Height Apparatus §  9) Pipe Friction Apparatus §  10) Surface Tension Apparatus. §  11) Calibration of Venturimeter Apparatus   §  1) To verify the momentum equation using the experimental set-up on impact of jet. §  2) To determine the coefficient of discharge of an orifice of a given shape. Also to determine the coefficient of velocity and the coefficient of contraction of the orifice mouth piece. §  3) To calibrate an orifice meter and study the variation of the co-efficient of discharge with the Reynolds number. §  4) To calibrate a Venturimeter and study the variation of the co-efficient of discharge with the Reynolds number. §  5) To calibrate a bend meter and study the variation of the co-efficient of discharge with the Reynolds number. §  6) To draw a flow-net using Electrical Analogy Method. §  7) To study the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine the lower critical Reynolds number. §  8) To study the velocity distribution in a pipe and also to compute the discharge by integrating the velocity profile. §  9) To study the variation of friction factor, ‘f’ for turbulent flow in commercial pipes. §  10) To determine Meta-centric height of a given ship model. §  11) To determine the head loss for a sudden enlargement §  12)To determine the head loss for a sudden Contraction.
2. Material Science and Testing Lab Mr. Sidhdharth Srivastav 1) Deflection of Beam Apparatus. o    2) Fatigue testing machine. o    3) Spring testing machine. o    4) Binocular Microscope. o    5) Muffle Furnace o    6) Trinocular Microsope. o    7) Belt Polisher. o    8) Double disc polishing machine. o    9) Jomney & Quench apparatus. o    10) Cut-off-machine. o    11) Specimen mounting press. o    12) Torsion Testing machine. o    13) Hardness testing machine. o    14) Digital /Non-digital Universal testing Machine.     o    Experiments on Material Science o    1) Preparation of a plastic mould for small metallic specimen. o    2) Preparation of specimen for micro structural examination-cutting, grinding, polishing, etching. o    3) Determination of grain size for a given specimen. o    4) Comparative study of microstructures of different specimens of different materials (mild steel, gray C.I., brass, copper etc.) o    5) Experiments on heat treatment such as annealing, normalizing, quenching, case hardening and comparison of hardness before and after heat treatment. o    6) Material identification of, say, 50 common items kept in a box. o    7) Experiment on Faraday’s law of electrolysis. o    8) Study of corrosion and its effects. o    9) Study of microstructure of welded component and HAZ. Macro & micro examination of the welded specimen. o    10) Study of Magnetic/ Electrical/Electronic materials. Experiments on Material Testing o    1) Strength test of a given mild steel specimen on UTM with full details and stress versus strain plot on the machine. o    2) Other tests such as shear, bend tests on UTM. o    3) Impact test on impact testing machine like Charpy, Izod or both. o    4) Hardness test of given specimen using Rockwell and Vickers/Brinell testing machines. o    5) Spring index test on spring testing machine. o    6) Fatigue test on fatigue testing machine. o    7) Creep test on creep testing machine. o    8) Experiment on deflection of beam, comparison of actual measurement of deflection with dial gauge to the calculated one, and or evaluation of young’s modulus of beam. o    9) Torsion test of a rod using torsion testing machine. o    10) Study of NDT (non-destructive testing) methods like magnetic flaw detector, ultrasonic flaw detector, eddy current testing machine, dye penetrant tests.
3 Thermodynamics Lab Mr. V.P. Singh §  1) Lancashire boiler model §  2) Locomotive boiler model §  3) Babcock Wilcox boiler model §  4) Steam Engine model §  5) Four stroke petrol engine model §  6) Four stroke Diesel engine model §  7) Two stroke petrol engine model §  8) Two stroke Diesel engine model §  9) Steam turbine model §  10) Pressure and velocity compound Steam turbine model   §  1) Study of Fire Tube boiler. §  2) Study of Water Tube boiler §  3) Study and working of two stroke petrol Engine §  4) Study and working of four stroke petrol Engine §  5) Study and working of two stroke Diesel Engine §  6) Study and working of four stroke Diesel Engine. §  7) Study of Velocity compounded steam turbine §  8) Study of Pressure compounded steam turbine §  9) Study of Impulse & Reaction turbine §  Study of steam Engine model. §  10) Study of Gas Turbine Model
4 Manufacturing Technology – I Lab Mr. Asendra Singh ·         1) Power Hammer ·         2) Metal Sheet Molding Machine ·         3) Metal Sheet Cutter ·         4) Blanking Press ·         5) Injection Molding Machine ·         6) Pipe/Tube Bending Machine ·         7) Sand Muller ·         8) Physical Balance ·         9) Cupola Furnace ·         10)Hot plate ·         11) Press Bending Machine ·         12) Permeability Tester ·         13) Rapid Moisture Tester ·         14) Sand Rammer with Base Block ·         15) Sieve Shaker with Sieves ·         16) Universal Strength Measurement § §  1) Pattern making with proper allowance. §  2) Making a mould (with core) and casting. §  3) Sand testing methods (at least one, such as grain fineness number determination) §  4) Injection moulding with plastics §  5) Forging – hand forging processes §  6) Forging – power hammer study & operation §  7) Tube bending with the use of sand and on tube bending m/c. §  8) Press work experiment such as blanking/piercing, washer, making etc. §  9) Wire drawing/extrusion on soft material. §  10) Rolling-experiment. §  11) Bending & spring back. §  12) Powder metallurgy experiment. §  13) Jigs & Fixture experiment. §  14) Any other suitable experiment on manufacturing science / process / technique
5 Measurement & Metrology Lab Mr. Sidhdharth Srivastva o    1) Profile projector o    2) Dial Indicator o    3) Surface Plate o    4) Vernier Caliper o    5) Micrometers (Inside & Outside) o    6) Tachometer o    7) Sprit level o    8) Bevel Protractor o    9) Limit Gauges o    10) V Block o    11) Slip Gauges o    12) Sine Bar o    13) Radius Gauge o    14) Angle Plate o    15) Combination Set o    16) Filler gauge o    17) Magnetic Stand o    18) Torque Measurement Tutor o    19) Temperature Measurement Tutor o    1) Study and working of simple measuring instrument like vernier caliper, micrometer and tachometer. o    2) Measurement of angle using Sine bar & Slip gauges. o    3) To study the limit gauges. o    4) Study and angular measurement using bevel protector. o    5) To adjust spark plug gap using feeler gauge. o    6) To study the Dial indicator and its constructional details. o    7) Use of dial indicator to check a shape run. o    8) Study and understanding of limit, fits and tolerances. §
6 Manufacturing Technology -II  Lab Mr. Asendra Singh o    1) Lathe Machine o    2) Milling Machine o    3) Shaper o    4) Surface Grinder o    5) Drill Machine o    6) Gas Welding Set o    7) Arc Welding set o    8) Resistance welding Set o    9) Soldering & brazing Kit o    10) Bench Tool Grinder o    1) Bolt (thread) making on lathe machine. o    2) Gear cutting on milling machine. o    3) Machining a block on shaper machine. o    4) Finishing of a surface on surface-grinding machine. o    5) Drilling holes on drilling machine and study of twist-drill. o    6) Gas welding experiment. o    7) Arc welding experiment. o    8) Resistance welding experiment. o    9) Soldering & brazing experiment. o    10) Study of different types of tools and its angles & materials. o
7 Heat And Mass Transfer Lab Mr. V.P. Singh 1) Heat transfer through composite wall apparatus. o    2) Heat transfer through liquid apparatus. o    3) Natural convective heat transfer through bare tube. o    4) Heat pipe demonstrator. o    5) Stefan Boltzman apparatus o    6) Parallel and counter flow heat exchanger. o    7) Natural and forced convective heat transfer through pin fin. o    8) Heat transfer through composite cylinder (Lag Pipe apparatus) o    1) Determination of overall heat transfer coefficient of composite wall o    2) Determination of thermal conductivity of fluids o    3) Determination convective heat transfer for natural convection through a bare tube o    4) Determination convective heat transfer and effectiveness for natural and forced convection through a fin tube o    5) To calculate the Stefan Boltzman’s constant by Stefan Boltzman’s apparatus o    6) Determination LMTD of parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger. o    7) Determination overall heat transfer coefficient of Lag pipe. o    8) Demonstration the working of heat pipe.
8 Fluid Machinery Lab Mr. Arun Singh ·         1) Closed Circuit Francis Turbine Test Rig. ·         2) Closed Circuit Pelton Wheel Test Rig. ·         3) Centrifugal pump Test Rig. ·         4) Reciprocating pump Test Rig. ·         5) Impact of Jet Apparatus. ·         6) Hydraulic Brake ·         7) Hydraulic Jack ·         8) Hydraulic Ram Test Rig. o    1) Experiment on Pelton wheel. o    2) Experiment on Francis turbine. o    3) Experiment on Kaplan turbine. o    4) Experiment on Reciprocating pump. o    5) Experiment on centrifugal pump. o    6) Experiment on Hydraulic Jack/Press o    7) Experiment on Hydraulic Brake o    8) Experiment on Hydraulic Ram o    9) Study through visit of any water pumping station/plant o    10) Any other suitable experiment/test rig such as comparison & performance of different types of pumps and turbines. o    11) Experiment on Compressor o    12) Experiment for measurement of drag and lift on aero foil in wind tunnel
9 Theory of Machine Lab Mr. Sidhdharth Srivastava o    1) Critical Speed machine o    2) Cam Analysis Machine o    3) Static & Dynamic Balancing Machine o    4) Motorised Gyroscope o    5) Universal Governor o    6) Vibration Table Apparatus o    7) Velocity & Acceleration Apparatus o    8) Single Slider Mechanism o    9) Whitworth Quick Return Mechanism o    10) Cam & Follower with reciprocating mechanism o    11) Hydraulic Break System ·         1) To study of simple linkage models/mechanisms ·         2) To study of inversions of four bar linkage ·         3) To study of inversions of single slider crank mechanisms ·         4) To study of inversions of double slider crank mechanisms ·         5) To perform experiment on Porter Governors to prepare curve between speed vs. lift. ·         6) To perform experiment on Proell Governors to prepare curve between speed vs. lift. ·         7) To perform experiment on gyroscope ·         8) To determine the whirling speed of shafts ·         9) To perform the experiment for static balancing on static balancing machine. ·         10) To perform the experiment for dynamic balancing on dynamic balancing machine. ·         11) To study the torsional vibration (undamped) of single rotor shaft system. ·         12) To perform experiment on longitudinal vibration
10 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning LAb Mr. V.P. Singh 1) Refrigeration test rig o    2) Air conditioner test rig o    3) Vapour compression refrigerator o    4) Vapour absorption refrigerator o    5) Air washer o    6) Cooling tower o    7) Evaporative cooler o    8) Window type air-conditioner o    9) Reciprocating Compressor   o o    1) To study various components of vapour compression refrigerator. o    2) Study & Performance of basic vapour compression Refrigeration Cycle o    3) To study and perform experiment on vapour absorption apparatus. o    4) To study different types of expansion device used in refrigeration system. o    5) To study various components in room air conditioner. o    6) To study and perform experiment on air washer apparatus. o    7) To find the performance parameter of cooling tower. o    8) To find performance of a refrigeration test rig system by using different expansion devices. o    9) To find performance of a air-conditioning test rig system. o    10) Study and determination of volumetric efficiency of compressor
11 Machine Design And Drawing Lab Mr. Arun Singh o    1) Drawing board. o    2) White board. o    3) Standard drawing charts.   Experiments on Machine Design-1: o    1) Design and drawing of Cotter joint. o    2) Design and drawing of Knuckle joint. o    3) Design machine component subjected to combined steady and variable load. o    4) Design of eccentrically loaded riveted joint. o    5) Design of boiler riveted joint. o    6) Design of shaft for combined constant twisting and bending loads. o    7) Design of shaft subjected to fluctuating loads. o    8) Design and drawing of flanged type rigid coupling. o    9) Design and drawing of flexible coupling. o    10) Design and drawing of helical spring. o    11) Design and drawing of screw jack. Experiments on Machine Design-2: o    1) Design and development of C Program for various machine elements like spur gear, helical gear, bevel gear, worm gear, rolling contact bearing and sliding contact bearing etc. Experiments on Machine Drawing-1 and Machine Drawing-2:: o    1) Orthographic Projection drawings of machine elements. o    Sectional Views drawings of machine elements. o    2) Temporary fastener drawing. o    3) Permanent fastener drawing o    4) Assembly drawing of Plummer Block o    5) Assembly drawing of Solid flanged coupling o    6) Assembly drawing of Knuckle Joint o    7) Missing view and isometric drawing o    8) Part drawing of lathe tailstock o    9) Assembly drawing of lathe tailstock. o    10) Assembly drawing of screw jack. o    11) Assembly drawing of foot step bearing. o    12) Part drawing of petrol engine connecting rod o    13) Part drawing of gasoline engine piston. o
12 I.C. Engine and Automation Lab Mr. V.P. Singh ·         1) Electric system of Car wiring. ·         2) Lubricating system of four cylinder model. ·         3) Multipoint fuel system model. ·         4) Cut sectional model of maruti 800cc car, Engine assy. with radiator ,clutch , gear box. ·         4) Transmission system for rear wheel drive. ·         5) Transmission system for Front wheel drive. ·         6) Two stroke single cylinder Petrol engine. ·         7) Steering System: Rack & pinion, Worm & worm wheel, Recirculating Ball type ·         8) Cut sectional model of Synchromesh gear box ·         9) Battery Charger ·         10) Atlas cycle: ordinary and Geared ·         11) Old car Tata Indica ·         12) Old scooter Bajaj Chetak ·         13) Battery 12 Volt ·         14) Computerized I.C. Engine test Equipment ·         15) Electronic Ignition system ·         16) Computer with LCD Monitor o    1) Performance Analysis of Four stroke S.I. Engine Determination of indicated and brake thermal efficiency, specific fuel consumption at different loads, Energy Balance. o    2) Determination of Indicated H.P. of I.C. Engine by Morse Test. o    3) Performance Analysis of Four stroke C.I. Engine Determination of indicated and brake thermal efficiency, specific fuel consumption at different loads, Energy Balance. o    4) Study & experiment on Valve mechanism. o    5) Study & experiment on Gear Box. o    6) Study & experiment on Differential Gear Mechanism of Rear Axle. o    7) Study & experiment on Steering Mechanism. o    8) Study & experiment on Automobile Braking System. o    9) Study & experiment on Chassis and Suspension System. o    10) Study & experiment on Ignition system of I.C. Engine. o    11) Study & experiment on Fuel Supply System of S.I. Engines- Carburetor, Fuel Injection Pump and MPFI. o    12) Study & experiment on Fuel Supply System of C.I. Engines- Injector & Fuel Pump. o    13) Study & experiment on Air Conditioning System of an Automobile. o    14) Comparative study of technical specifications of common small cars (such as Maruti Swift, Hyundai i20, Cheverlet Aveo, Tata Indica, Ford Fusion etc. o    15) Comparative study & technical features of common scooters & motorcycles available in India. o    16) Visit of an Automobile factory. o    17) Visit to a Modern Automobile Workshop. o    18) Experiment on Engine Tuning. o    19) Experiment on Exhaust Gas Analysis of an I.C. Engine
13 CAD/CAM Lab NA ·         1) Computers ·         2) CNC Trainer Lathe ·         3) Computer for lathe ·         4) CNC vertical milling ·         5) Computer for milling ·         6) Air Compressor (2HP) · o    1) Line Drawing or Circle Drawing experiment: Writing and validation of computer program. o    2) Geometric Transformation algorithm experiment for translation/rotation/scaling: Writing and validation of computer program. o    3) Design of machine component or other system experiment: Writing and validation of computer program. o    4) Understanding and use of any 3-D Modeling Software commands. o    5) Pro/E/Idea etc. Experiment: Solid modeling of a machine component o    6) To study the characteristic features of CNC machine o    7) Part Programming (in word address format) experiment for turning operation (including operations such as grooving and threading) and running on CNC machine o    8) Part Programming (in word address format or ATP) experiment for drilling operation (point to point) and running on CNC machine o    9) Part Programming (in word address format or ATP) experiment for milling operation (contouring) and running on CNC machine. o    10) Experiment on Robot and programs
14 Engineering Mechanics Lab NA ·         1) Force Board (Parallelogram Law/Polygon Law Apparatus) ·         2) Simple Screw Jack Apparatus ·         3) Flywheel Apparatus ·         4) Worm and Worm Wheel Apparatus ·         5) Inclined plane apparatus for Friction experiment ·         6) Conservation of Linear Momentum Apparatus 7) Simple Gear Train Model ·         8) Simple Supported Beam Apparatus ·         9) Hardness Testing Machine ·         10) Impact Testing Machine ·         11) Universal Testing Machine · o    1) To verify the law of parallelogram of forces. o    2) To study the equilibrium of a body under three forces. o    3) To determine the coefficient of friction of a flat surface o    4) Friction experiment on screw-jack. o    5) Experiment based on analysis of truss. o    6) To determine the mass moment of inertia of a rotating disc. o    7) To conduct the tensile test and determine the ultimate tensile strength, percentage elongation for a mild steel specimen. o    8) To conduct the Impact-tests (Izod / Charpy) on Impact-testing machine to find the Impact Strength of the specimen. o    9) To determine the hardness of the given specimen using Vicker/Brinell/Rockwell hardness testing machine. o    10) Simple & compound gear-train experiment. o    11) Worm & worm-wheel experiment for load lifting. o    12) Belt-Pulley experiment. o    13) Bending of simply-supported and cantilever beams for theoretical & experimental deflection. o    14) Dynamics experiment on momentum conservation o    15) Dynamics experiment on collision for determining coefficient of restitution. o    16) Experiment on Torsion of Rod/wire.
 
(a)Publication in National / International Journal
Sr. No. Name Paper Published Year
1 Mr. Sanjay Tiwari Paper published in Samridhi: A Journal of Physical Sciences, Engineering and Technology, ISSN: 2229-7111, Vol. 6, Issue 1, 2014 under the topic “Tyre Safety by Electromagnetic Field.” 2014
Paper published in International Journal of Innovations in Engineering & Technology, ISSN: 2319-1058, Vol. 7, Issue 3, 2016 under the topic “Fabrication and evaluation of flexural properties of natural fiber reinforced polymer composite: Bamboo/Hemp” 2016
2 Mr.Tanuj Kumar Gupta Paper published in International Journal of Science and Research(IJSR) ISSN:23197064,SJIF(2018):7.426Volume 8 Issue 5,May 2019 under the topic of “Fabrication and Characterization of Silicon Carbide Reinforces Aluminium Matrix Composites” 2019
Paper published in International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research (IJSER) ISSN(Online)2347-3878 Impact Factor (2018):5.426 ,Volume 7 Issue 6,June 2019 under topic of “Testing and Characterization of Silicon Carbide Reinforces Aluminium Matrix Composites” 2019
3 Mr. Vikash Dwivedi Review Paper published in International Review of Applied Engineering Research. ISSN 2248-9967 Volume4, Number 4(2014), pp. 317-324 under the topic “Six Sigma: As Applied in Quality Improvement for Injection Moulding Process”. 2014
Paper published in Souvenir of International Seminar on Source of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Sciences: Challenges and Strategies-November 01-02, 2014, SMS Lucknow under the topic “ Six Sigma: As applied to Improve Problem of Black Specks” 2014
4 Mr.Sumit Dwivedi Paper published in Samridhi: A Journal of Physical Sciences, Engineering and Technology, ISSN: 2229-7111, Vol. 4. 2013
5 Mr. Nitin M Rawat Paper published in Social Research Foundation Journal/Magzine, “Design of qualitative research in chemistry education” ISN 978-81-941349-1-6  
6 Dr. Deepanshu Srivastava Paper published in International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, “Systematic development of an interface for automatic generation of STEP-NC (AP238) code for milled features”, vol.33(2), pp. 189-210, doi: 10.1080/0951192X.2020.1718766 2020
Paper published in International Journal of Automation and Computing, “Development of STEP AP224 extractor for interfacing feature based CAPP to STEP-NC (AP238)”, vol.16(5), pp.655-670, doi: 10.1007/s11633-018-1149-9 2019
Paper published in International Journal of Automation and Computing, “STEP-Based Feature Recognition System for B-Spline Surface Features”, vol.15(4), pp.500-512, doi: 10.1007/s11633-018-1116-0 2018
Paper published in Materials Today: Proceedings, “A Methodology to Recognize Manufacturing Features of Prismatic Parts from STEP AP 203 File”, vol.2, pp.3170–3177. doi: 10.1016/j.matpr.2015.07.111 2015
7 Mrs. Shivani Pandey Papere Published in ELK Asia Pacific Journals on “?Modeling and Simulation of Temprature Distribution in Laser Cutting of Ti-Alloy Sheet” ; ISBN: 978-81-930411-4-7 2015
    (b)Publication in National / International Conference and Seminar
Sr. No. Name Paper Published Year
1 Mr. Sanjay Tiwari Paper presented and published in National Conference on Recent Advance in Mechanical and Production Engineering – 2009, College of Technology, GB Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar under the topic “An insight to the causes of bullwhip effect in supply chain: A review”(Proceedings :RAMP-2009, 12-14 Feb, Page 170-174 2009
A paper titled “Characterization of Surface Hardness of Treated Bamboo Natural Fiber Polymer Composite” is presented and published in proceedings of The National Conference on Innovations in Materials, Design & Manufacturing, Organized by HBTI Kanpur on 27-28 March 2015, pp.98-104. 2015
A paper titled “Copper Based Nano composites by Mechanical Alloying – A Review” is presented and published in proceedings of All India Seminar on Advances in Engineering and Technology for Sustainable Development, Organized by The Institution of Engineers (India) Pantnagar Local Centre on 12-13 June 2015, pp.135-142 . 2015
Paper presented and published in Souvenir of International Seminar on Source of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Sciences: Challenges and Strategies-November 01-02, 2014, SMS Lucknow under the topic “ Six Sigma: As applied to Improve Problem of Black Specks” 2014
Paper presented and published in Souvenir of International Seminar on Source of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Sciences : Glacier Melting & Its Challenges, 2017, SMS Lucknow under the topic “Fabrication and measurement of breakdown voltage of natural fiber reinforced polymer composite: Bamboo/Hemp” 2017
Paper presented and published in Souvenir of International Seminar on Source of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Sciences : Glacier Melting & Its Challenges, 2017, SMS Lucknow under the topic “A comparative study of Impact strength of silk fiber reinforced polymer composite sample, Hemp fiber reinforced polymer composite sample with pure polymer sample” 2017
2 Mr.Sumit Dwivedi Paper published in Souvenir of International Seminar on Source of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Sciences: Challenges and Strategies-November 01-02, 2014, SMS Lucknow under the topic “ Six Sigma: As applied to Improve Problem of Black Specks” 2014
3 Mr. Vikash Dwivedi Paper published in Souvenir of International Seminar on Source of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Sciences: Challenges and Strategies-November 01-02, 2014, SMS Lucknow under the topic “ Six Sigma: As applied to Improve Problem of Black Specks” 2014
4 Dr. Deepanshu Srivastava Paper presented and published in AMIAMS-2017, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, IEEE Explore, pp.296-301 under topic “Development of STEP-NC for Intelligent Machining” 2017
Paper presented and published in Proceedings AIMTDR-2016 COEP, Pune, pp.799-804 under topic “Generation of Conformance Class-1 level STEP-NC (AP238) Code for Prismatic Parts” 2016
Paper presented and published in Proceedings AIMTDR, IIT Guwahati, pp.216/1-6, under topic “STEP-Based  Feature Recognition of Orthogonal Primitives of Prismatic Parts” 2014
Paper presented and published in Proceedings AIMTDR, IIT-Guwahati, pp.214/1-6, under topic “A New Hybrid Approach to Recognize Machinable Features of Prismatic Parts from STEP AP 203 File” 2014
Paper presented and published in Proceedings ICIMPACT-2014, NIT-Bhopal “Graph-based feature recognition techniques for prismatic parts – a critical review” 2014
5 Mr. Ajay Kumar Singh Paper presented and published in INDOROCK 2014: 5th Indian Rock Conference 12-14 November 2014 on “Time Dependent Tunnel Deformation in Weak Rock Mass” 2014
6 Mrs. Shivani Pandey Paper Published in International Conference, Meso, Micro And Nano Engineering(COPEN-8:2013) December 13th – 15th, 2013 on Simultaneous Optimization of Geometrical Kerf Qualities in Pulsed Nd: YAG Laser Cutting of Titanium Alloy Sheet using Hybrid Approach of MRA and GA” 2013