JSPM'S RAJARSHI SHAHU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (POLYTECHNIC)

Survey No.80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway, Thathawade, Pune-411033
Approved By AICTE and Affiliated To MSBTE Mumbai

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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Department, at RSCOE II SHIFT Polytechnics, which was established in 2012, is known for excellent results with maximum students securing first class for last six years. Department has full-fledged Laboratories of all the subjects which are functioning very well since from the date of inception of the department. Department has focus on Industrial Visits, Expert Lectures, Soft Skill Training which helps to produce a ‘complete student’ at the end. Most of the staff members have either completed their Post-Graduation. They all are dedicated to their work & are available all the time for the students & institution.

Vision

To develop professionally skilled and socially responsible Mechanical Engineers.

Mission

M1. To impart Mechanical Engineering Knowledge to the students through effective teaching–learning methods.
M2. To prepare the students for professional responsibilities through lifelong learning and sustainable development following ethics.
M3. To develop employability and entrepreneurship qualities in students through industry-institute interaction.

  • PEO1. Provide socially responsible, environment friendly solutions to Mechanical engineering related broad-based problems adapting professional ethics.
  • PEO2. Adapt state-of-the-art Mechanical engineering broad-based technologies to work in multi-disciplinary work environments.
  • PEO3. Solve broad-based problems individually and as a team member communicating effectively in the world of work.
  • PSO 1.Modern Software Usage: Use latest Mechanical engineering related software’s for simple design, drafting, manufacturing, maintenance and documentation of mechanical engineering components and processes.
  • PSO 2.Equipment and Instruments: Maintain equipment and instruments related to Mechanical Engineering. .
  • PSO 3.Mechanical Engineering Processes: Manage Mechanical engineering processes by selecting and scheduling relevant equipment, substrates, quality control techniques, and operational parameters.
  • PO1 Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.
  • PO2 Problem analysis: Identify and analyze well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.
  • PO3 Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.
  • PO4 Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
  • PO5 Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
  • PO6 Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.
  • PO7 Life-long learning: Ability to analyze individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.
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THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB

Cochran Fire Tube Boiler Model
Babcock & Wilcox Water Tube Boiler Model Various Boiler Mountings Models Various Boiler Accessor ...

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THEORY OF MACHINE LAB

SLOTTED LEVER MECHANISM
STOP WATCH SCALES BICYCLE FREEWHEEL SPROCKET MODEL OF GENEVA MECHANISM AKERMAN STEERING GEAR MECHANISM ...

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FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINARY LAB

Bourdon tube pressure gauge, U tube manometer System
Dead weight pressure gauge calibration system Bournaulis theorem experimen ...

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DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS LAB

Universal Coupling or Hooke's Joint
Synchromesh Gearbox

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Mr S. R. Algule

Head of Department

B. E. (MECH), M.E. (MECH DESIGN)
sralgule2019@gmail.com

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Mr. S. R. Londhe

Lecturer

B.E (MECH) M.E (Heat Power Engg.)
londhesagar3@gmail.com

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Mr. A. M. Meshram

Lecturer

BE(MECH)M.E.(Mech Design)DME
2017polymech@gmail.com

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Ms. P. S. Bankar

Lecturer

B. E. (MECH), M.E. (MECH DESIGN)
psb7717@gmail.com

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Mrs. J. K. Chaudhari

Lecturer

B. E. (MECH), M.E. (MECH DESIGN)
jagruti.chaudhari0864@gmail.com

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Prof. N. R. Karpe

Lecturer

BE (MECH) , ME (HEAT POWER)
nilamkarpe1991@gmail.com

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Mr. S. S. Lohar

Lecturer

B.E.(MECH), MTECH(PRODUCTION)
srlohar3638@gmail.com

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Mr. H. S. Chougule.

Lecturer

B.E.(MECHANICAL),M.E(DESIGN ENGG.)
hrishikeshchougule9@gmail.com

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Mr. S. S. Sathe

Lecturer

B.E.(MECH),M.E. (HEAT POWER)
shrikantsathe99@gmail.com

Aims may involve practice and propagation of a certain professional hobby or cause, or to promote professional development. Examples of common societies found in most universities are a debate society, an international student society, a rock society, and student chapters of professional societies.
Student association typically has open membership, thus differing from honor societies and fraternities that admit members by invitation only. Students typically join association at the beginning of the college year when many societies present themselves in societies fair and campaign to attract new members.

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