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Introduction To The Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in 2003 with the inception of the institute itself. The department is continuously striving to achieve excellence in education, academic and industry-oriented research to prepare the manpower that is globally competitive and capable of leading in industry, academia and government organizations in both India and abroad. Initially, The Department offered undergraduate program leading to B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering. The Master’s program in Mechanical Engineering followed suit in 2011, which served to strengthen the ongoing B.Tech. course.

The track record of the department, judged by the employment potential of our students and noteworthy achievements of illustrious alumni, is excellent. The major strength of the department is its experienced and enthusiastic teaching faculty and well supportive technical staff for laboratories. The department can boast of very well equipped laboratories and centralized workshop that caters to the need of the entire Institute.

Academic Programme

Department of Mechanical Engineering offers a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech)

The undergraduate programme structure is designed to gear students up to face challenging jobs in the industry as well as orient them towards specializing in their field of interest. Apart from core departmental courses such as turbomachines, automobile engineering and fluid dynamics, the programme constitutes subjects in instrumentation, electronics and electrical sciences.

In-plant training, industrial visits and projects during the course of the programme enable students to get hands-on experience in the industry.

 

Program Educational Objectives (B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering)

The B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering at JCDM College of Engineering has the following Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

  1. Practice mechanical engineering in a broad range of industries
  2. Pursue advanced education, research and development, and other creative and innovative efforts in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
  3. A student of Mechanical Engineering will conduct himself in a responsible, professional, and ethical manner.

Our department periodically reviews these objectives and as part of this review process, encourages comments from all interested parties: current students, alumni, prospective students, faculty, teaching assistants, those who hire or admit our graduates to other programs, members of related professional organizations, and colleagues from other educational institutions.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the Mechanical Engineering program at JCDM College of Engg.  will attain at the end of the programme:

(1) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

(2) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

(3) An ability to design a mechanical system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

(4) An ability to function in a multidisciplinary team

(5) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

(6) An ability to communicate effectively

(7) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

(8)  A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

(9)  A knowledge of contemporary issues

(10) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering field.

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Courses Offered

  • Name of Course: B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
  • Seats: 60

Labs & Facility

Sr. No. Name of the Lab
    1 Kinematic Of Machine Lab.
    2 Strength of Material (SOM)
    3 Thermodynamics
    4 Fluid Mechanics Lab.
    5 Material Science
    6 Heat Transfer
    7 Fluid Machine
    8 Thermal Engineering
    9 Dynamics of Machine
    10 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
    11 Tribology &Mechanical vibration
    12 Measurement Lab
    13 CAD/CAM
    14 Workshop/Production Technology Lab.
    15 Elements of Mechanical Engineering Lab.
    16 Engineering Graphics Lab.
    17 Entrepreneurship Lab.
    18 Automobile Lab.

Research & Publication

  • Singh R , Khanduja D , “Customer requirements grouping- a prerequisite for successful implementation of tqm in technical education” published in International journal of Management in Education. Inderscience publishers,vol 4(2) 2009, pp 201-215.
  • Rajdeep Singh & Dinesh Khanduja“Servaqual and QFD Driven Integrated Framework of TQM in Higher Education: A Student Perspective” published in global educational journal, Franklin publishers, issue 2, vol 2010.
  • Rajdeep Singh & Dinesh Khanduja “Total Quality Management in Technical Education: a review” published in International Journal of     Education, New Frontiers in Education, vol.41,no4, 2009,pp 392-396.
  • Rajdeep Singh & Dinesh Khanduja“Customer Requirements and their grouping for successful implementation of TQM in Technical Education” published in International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Application in Engg. Technology and science (ijetaets) Sangli, july-dec 08, pp 153-168.
  • Rajdeep Singh & Dinesh Khanduja“Entrepreneurial Ambience of Engineering Education in India”, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol-2, No. 6, 2009, pp341-355.
  • Rajdeep Singh & Dinesh Khanduja“Incubation Potential of Engineering Education for Entrepreneurship in India published in international journal of Applied Engineering Research, vol 3(5), pp 635-648.
  • Rajdeep Singh & Dinesh Khanduja “TQM initiatives in Technical Education: A system Approach,” New Frontiers in Education, international journal of education Vol. 41(2), 2008, pp 169-174.
  • Rajdeep Singh & Dinesh Khanduja“Academic Planning Process to Integrate the Voice of the Customers using quality   function deployment” published in journal of engineering education pune,vol. XXIII,no 3,2010,pp 5-11.Rajdeep Singh & Dinesh Khanduja“Theoretical Conceptualization of Total Quality Management in Higher Education”published in Journal of Engineering Education, Pune. Vol 24 No.3,April-July 2008,pp 32-36)
  • Optimization of neural network parameters using Grey Taguchi methodology for manufacturing process applications Dinesh Kumar, Arun Kumar Gupta, Pankaj Chandna and Mahesh Pal Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science published online 9 December 2014,  SAGE Journals UK
  • Optimization of End Milling Process Parameters for Minimization of Surface Roughness of AISI D2 Steel Dr Pankaj Chandna, Dinesh Kumar International Journal of Mechanical, Aerospace, Industrial and Mechatronics Engineering, Vol. 9, No. 3, 2015
  • Optimization and Modelling of End Milling Process Parameters by Using Taguchi Method Dimple Rani, Dinesh Kumar International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET) Volume 2 Issue X, October 2014 ISSN: 2321-9653
  • Methodology used for improving overall equipment effectiveness by Implementing Total Productive Maintenance in plastic pipe manufacturing industries Dashrath Kumar, Er. Dinesh Kumar, Er. Rohit Rawat International Journal Of Modern Engineering Research (IJMER) | Vol. 4 | Iss.9| Sept. 2014
  • Improving overall equipment effectiveness by Implementing Total Productive Maintenance in plastic pipe manufacturing industries Dashrath kumar, Er. Dinesh Kumar, Er. Rohit Rawat International Journal Of Modern Engineering Research (IJMER) | Vol. 4 | Iss.8| August 2014
  • A Review on Artificial Intelligence Techniques Applied in End Milling Process Manjeet Singh, Dinesh Kumar International Journal  for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology (IJRASET), Vol. 2 Issue III, March 2014
  • Modeling and Simulation of Solar Flat Plate Collector Satish Kumar & Dinesh Kumar National Conference on Energy management in Changing Business Scenerio, October 8-9, 2005, BITS-Pilani
  • Optimum values of design variables for Francis turbine runner Satish Kumar, Dinesh Kumar and Vikas Jain National Conference on Design for Product Life Cycle, Feb. 17-18, 2006, BITS-Pilani
  • Modeling and Simulation of Optimum Speed Ratio for a Mixed Flow Pump Kamaldeep Arora, Kamal Kant, Krishan Kumar and Dinesh Kumar Sharma Proceedings of the 2ndNational Conference on Recent Developments in Mechanical Engineering, MED, TIET, Patiala, November 10-11, 2006
  • ‘Automatic determination of parting line and numbers of cavities in die casting die’ International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering, ISSN: 2320-2092, Volume- 2, Issue- 1, Jan.-2014
  • Automatic selection of optimum  parting line and parting directionin die casting: a review’  National Conference on Advancements and Futuristic Trends in Mechanical and Materials Engineering (Oct. 7-8,2011) PTU
  • ‘Methods for Optimising Gating system of a die casting die: A Review’ National conference on Recent Advancement in Engineering Technology and Environmental Issues (feb. 22-24, 2012) at JCDM College of Engineering, Sirsa
  • Caonge in tensile strength due to offset of tool profiles on FSW AL 7005 and AL 6065,international journal of advance research in science and engg., 2013, 12 ,134-140.
  • Application of Taguchi Method & Grey Relational Analysis in optimization of Mechanical processes, pp. 471-475, 19-20 Oct., 2012
  • “Optimization of process parameters of Metal Inert Gas welding by taguchi method on CRC steel is 513GR “D” in International journal of advance research in science & Engineering (ISSN 2319-8354),Volume 03, Issue 09, September 2014.

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