• About Department

    Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2000 considering the fact that industrialized G-8 countries have flourished due to strong back up by core sector. It is worth mentioning that services like IT, Telecom can only flourish if a nation has strong industrial development.Budding Mechanical Engineers can be real torch bearers to industrialization of India.

    Department is equipped with the laboratories like Theory of Machine,Dynamics of machine,Energy Conversion System , Fluid Mechanics, Turbo Machinery, Heat and Mass Transfer  , Refrigeration and  Air Conditioning. The CAD centre has 30 systems of core to duo processor loaded with important design & drafting software’s like Solid Edge, I-Deas, Catia. Workshop has well equipped shops like-Machine shop, Welding shop, Fitting shop, Carpentry shop, Smithy & Foundry shop etc. It is the endeavor to ensure that all the equipments/ test setups are operational during the whole academic year in order to ensure complete utilization of infrastructure by the students.

    The department regularly organizes events like faculty development program ,workshops, conferences, industrial trainings and expert lectures. The department is sincerely involved in the overall development of each and every student. Teacher guardian is assigned to a group of students who looks after their academics, discipline and other related issues. Regular interaction takes place between parent/guardian and faculties to brief them  the progress of their wards. A mentor is assigned to every student to guide him/her to excell in academics as well as  to enhance his/her professional pursuits.

  • Vision of the department:

    To become a centre of excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering by enabling students to attain domain knowledge, lifelong learning skills and ethical values to serve the nation.

  • Mission of the department:

    M1: To create an academic ambience through competent faculty and encouraging multidisciplinary interaction.
    M2: To establish state of the art infrastructure facilities that will pave the dissemination of technical knowledge in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
    M3: Exposing students to new tools and technologies of Mechanical Engineering.
    M4: Providing an environment to actively participate in enhancing problem solving and leadership qualities and team spirit.

  • PEO 1:
    Graduate will become an established professional in the field of Mechanical Engineering and related fields with sound ethical values.

    PEO 2:
    Graduate will demonstrate all necessary engineering and scientific competence to become an entrepreneur in the field of Mechanical Engineering and allied fields considering social and environmental issues.
    PEO 3:
    Graduates will posses solid foundation on the field of Mechanical Engineering to be applied in their higher studies and researches.

  • PSO1: Graduate will be able to apply knowledge of Mechanical Engineering for analyzing and designing projects in the fields of Thermal, Industrial and Production engineering.

    PSO2: :- Graduate will design and develop Mechanical Engineering projects concerning environment, energy conservation and safety.

    PSO3: Graduates will be able to plan and execute Mechanical Engineering projects applying relevant codes of practice materials and techniques.

  • Dr. Raghvendra Kumar Khedle

    Dr. Raghvendra Kumar Khedle (M.Tech.,Ph.D.)

    I would like to place on record the services and contribution given by the dedicated faculty and staff members of the Mechanical Engineering department in performing the students as the person of competence, conscience, compassion and commitment.

    I also appreciate the excellent performance of students of Mechanical Engineering in every field. The academic atmosphere maintained by the students in the college and department campus helps them to excel in academics and also in human values that they form them to be person for others.

    The students of Mechanical Engineering have also proved themselves in different competitive examinations. Many of them have been selected by big firmes like Godrej, Larsen and Tourbo (L&T) and many more. The annual Technical festival of our department, PARWAAZ, has proved to be a great platform for upcoming engineers.
    In this regard the word of great scientist Albert Einstein is memorable when he said “I don’t teach my children, I create condition for them to learn”.

    All The Best Student’s

  • Department of Mechanical Engg.

    SN Name of Faculty Designation Date of Joining Qualification Nature of Association (regular/ contractual/ adjunct)
    1 Dr. Shashi Kumar Jain DIRECTOR/ PROFESSOR 13-04-2023 Ph.D. Regular
    2 Dr. Raghvendra Kumar Khedle PROFESSOR 04-07-2023 Ph.D. Regular
    3 Dr. Manoj Mohbe ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 04-07-2023 Ph.D. Regular
    4 Dr. Raj Kumar ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 04-07-2023 Ph.D Regular
    5 Dr. Kumar Prakash ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 04-07-2023 Ph.D Regular
    6 Dr. Hemant Jain ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 03-11-2014 Ph.D. Regular
    7 Mr. Rabi Shankar Mukherjee ASST PROFESSOR 11-07-2023 M.E. Regular
    8 Mr. Chaitanya Shrivastava ASST PROFESSOR 22-02-2002 M.TECH Regular
    9 Mr. Alok Jain ASST PROFESSOR 02-02-2015 MTECH Regular
    10 Mr. Arvind Dave ASST PROFESSOR 29-11-2016 M.TECH Regular
    11 Mr. Ajay Kumar Barnwal ASST PROFESSOR 02-12-2016 M.E. Regular
    12 Mr. Jay Shankar Kumar ASST PROFESSOR 16-06-2014 M.TECH Regular
    13 Mr. Shyam Malviya ASST PROFESSOR 03-07-2015 M.TECH Regular
    14 Mr. Raman Singh Dangi ASST PROFESSOR 15-12-2009 M.TECH Regular
    15 Ms. Sunanda Joshi ASST PROFESSOR 01-04-2019 M.TECH Regular
    16 Mr. Mayank Tiwari ASST PROFESSOR 01-01-2020 M.TECH Regular
    17 Mr. Tarun Kuril ASST PROFESSOR 06-01-2020 M.TECH. Regular
    18 Mr. Sudhanshu Shukla ASST PROFESSOR 07-01-2020 M.TECH. Regular
    19 Mr. Rahul Pachoriya ASST PROFESSOR 04-07-2023 M.TECH Regular
    20 Mr. Avinash Kumar Singh Yadav ASST PROFESSOR 01-10-2014 M.TECH Regular
    21 Mr. Abhishek Singh Jat ASST PROFESSOR 04-01-2017 M.E. Regular
    22 Dr. Rohit Jha PROFESSOR 20-11-2021 Ph.D. Regular
    23 Mr. Pavan Kumar Shrivastava ASST PROFESSOR 02-09-2016 M.TECH Regular
    24 Mr. Shivam Singh ASST PROFESSOR 29-11-2016 M.E. Regular
    25 Mr. Bhagwat Dayal Verma ASST PROFESSOR 01-07-2022 M.TECH Regular

  • Mechanical Engineering

    Department of Mechanical Engineering is well-equipped with state-of-the-art modern laboratories to provide a superior level of practical education to its students. The laboratories are specifically designed with excellent facilities to meet the requirements of student. Advanced equipments and hardware/softwares are added to the laboratories each year to keeping them updated.
    Major labs

    • Machine Design, Drawing and CAD Lab
    • Thermodynamics Labs
    • Thermal Engineering and Gas Dynamics Labs
    • Fluid Mechanics Labs
    • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Labs
    • Mechanical Work Shops
    • Theory of Machines Lab
    • Heat and Mass Transfer Labs
    • Strength and Mechanics of Materials Labs
    • Internal Combustion Engine Labs
    • Thermal Engineering Research Lab


    View of few labs

    CAD Lab

    CAD Lab is equppied with high end HP make machines with configration as core 2 duo 2.6 GHZ processor 1 GB RAM, 160 GB Harddisk & 15” TFT Monitors. Machines are equipped with softwares likes Ideas Uni-graphics and Solid Edge.

    Strength & Mechanics of Meterial Lab

    Strength & Mechanics of Material lab equipped with important machines of Blue Star Make. Lab has 50 Ton Universal Testing Machine , Fatigue Testing Machine, Brinell/ Rockwewell/ Vicker’s Hadrness Tester & Impact Testing Machine

    Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics Lab

    Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics Lab is one of the best setup available in M.P. It has test rigs for Pelton Turbine, Kaplan Turbine, Francis Turbine, Series/parallel Centrifugal Pump & Hydraulic Ram .

  • Future Prospectus in Mechanical Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering, the broadest of all Engineering disciplines deals with design and production of tools, machines and mechanical equipments to be used in industries. The industry offers a wide choice of options extending across many interdisciplinary interdependent specialties. Mechanical Engineering is concerned with all types of machinery in industries and all aspects of their mechanism and functioning; the design, development, construction, production, installation, operation and maintenance; such as large steam and gas turbines, components of thermal power stations, internal combustion engines, jet engines, machine tools, air conditioning and heating machines, refrigerators etc to name a few. They design and create new products, and develop materials and ways of making them.

    In a way, Mechanical Engineers are involved in creating the future. They are the driving force behind many of our technologies and industrial processes including innovative products like mobiles, PCs and DVD etc in our modern world. The work of a Mechanical Engineer can be extremely challenging and fulfilling, requiring IT, design and analytical skills together with an ability to work as a team. As their work involves production, transmission and use of mechanical power and heat, they have to analyse the different materials used for the machines and their tolerances, investigate the different energy sources and the power they generate and the design probleProf if any. When designing and making a commercial product they have to take into account all the business and marketing aspects to make sure that the product is affordable. They share interests with many other engineers like Civil Engineers in structures and stress analysis; Electrical engineers in electronics, computing and control theory; Aeronautical Engineers in fluid flow and turbo machinery etc and also design tools needed by other engineers for their work. They work as part of a team with other engineers as well as financial, business and management professionals on a project together. Mechanical Engineers are also responsible for maintenance and repair of the devices. Care has to be taken that the plants give maximum output and the machinery is properly maintained.

    The specializations include in areas like thermal engineering, design, and production engineering etc. Mechanical engineers work mainly in manufacturing. They can find work in administrative and managerial positions in government departments or public and private sector industries or do research as well as teaching in Research and teaching institutes. They could also opt for technical sales / marketing or work as independent consultants.

  • IV SEM – JUN 2023

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME211108 SOMESH SHARMA 8.42
    2 0111ME211001 AACHAL SONI 8.3
    3 0111ME211056 MOHAMMAD KASHIF SHOAIB 8.28

    V SEM – DCE 2023

    S.N. Roll Number Name CGPA
    1 0111ME211108 SOMESH SHARMA 8.42
    2 0111ME211001 AACHAL SONI 8.3
    3 0111ME211056 MD KASHIF SHOAIB 8.28

    VI SEM – JUN 2023

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME201002 Abdul ahad kirmani 9.11
    2 0111ME201091 Md Sarfaraz 8.92
    3 0111ME201125 Prince Gupta 8.81

    VII SEM – DEC 2023

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME201002 Abdul ahad kirmani 8.91
    2 0111ME201091 Md Sarfaraz 8.77
    3 0111ME201125 Prince Gupta 8.68

    VIII SEM – JUN 2023

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME201002 Abdul ahad kirmani 9.11
    2 0111ME201091 Md Sarfaraz 8.92
    3 0111ME201125 Prince Gupta 8.81

    VI SEM – JUN 2022

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME191119 PRIYAM ANAND SHARMA 9.08
    2 0111ME191056 FAIZAN ARSHAD 8.98
    3 0111ME191118 PRAVIN PRAJAPATI 8.85

    III SEM – DEC 2022

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME211108 Somesh Sharma 8.59
    2 0111ME211056 Mohammad Kashif Shoaib 8.38
    3 0111ME211116 Tikesh Kardate 8.22

    VII SEM – DEC 2022

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME191119 PRIYAM ANAND SHARMA 9.12
    2 0111ME191056 FAIZAN ARSHAD 9.01
    3 0111ME191149 SAURAV KUMAR 8.8

    III SEM – JUN 2021

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME201002 Abdul ahad kirmani 10
    2 0111ME201100 Navneet Pratap 9.83
    3 0111ME201170 Sourabh Shrivastava 9.82

    IV SEM – JUN 2021

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME191102 Mrigank Aryan 9.61
    2 0111ME191118 Priyam Anand Sharma 9.49
    3 0111ME191074 Lalit Gurjar 9.23

    V SEM – JUN 2021

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME191102 Mrigank Aryan 9.5
    2 0111ME191119 Priyam Anand Sharma 9.5
    3 0111ME191052 Dilip Kolhe 9.25

    VI SEM – JUN 2021

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME181100 Jay Mourya 9.54
    2 0111ME181109 Mangesh Patankar 9.3
    3 0111ME181204 Shivam Gupta 9.13

    VII SEM – JUN 2021

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME181100 Jay Mourya 9.59
    2 0111ME181109 Mangesh Patankar 9.36
    3 0111ME181204 Shivam Gupta 9.2

    VIII SEM – JUN 2021

    S.No. Enroll. No. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME171118 Mo. Anwar 9.83
    2 0111ME171215 Subhanshu Meena 9.78
    3 0111ME171177 Rohit Nayak 9.61

    VIII SEM – JUN 2020

    S.NO Enroll N. Name CGPA
    1 0111ME161221 Sakshi Sharma 9.1
    2 0111ME161249 Shivam Singh 8.72
    3 0111ME161126 KUNAL KUMAR GUPTA 8.71

    Qualify GATE Examination 2019

    S.N Name Roll No. Marks
    1 KAPIL MOHAN CHATURVEDI 0111ME151122 42

    Toppers 2019

    CGPA- 8.92
    CGPA- 8.85
    CGPA- 8.75

    Toppers  2018

    Abhinav Pandey
    CGPA- 8.78
    Arshad Khan
    CGPA- 8.66
    Piyush Mehta
    CGPA- 8.63


    Toppers  2017

    Ravi Rai
    CGPA- 8.58
    Ashutosh Singh
    CGPA- 8.52
    Sunil Kumar Singh
    CGPA- 8.52


    Toppers 2016

    Aakil Khan
    CGPA- 8.83
    Akash Kumar
    CGPA- 8.59
    Sachin Dev Sharma
    CGPA- 8.56