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  1. INTRODUCTION

 

The Department of Mechanical Engineering Education provides quality need-based training in contemporary and emerging fields through long- and short-term programs and develops demand-driven and innovative instructional resources. The department offer expertise in various projects and activities related to curriculum development, teacher training, teaching materials preparation, workshop and laboratory innovation, curriculum innovation, technology innovation, student evaluation and also developed MOOCs. Research activities and sponsored projects are also given equal emphasis and the faculty members of the department have undertaken projects and published research papers and patents. The department has started postgraduate program in Advanced production systems in 2012 to contribute more towards technology, also to cultivate and nurture the next generation of talent who will be capable enough to handle real world problems related to IR 4.0 requirements. With this view, department proposed integrated  PG programme with three specialization viz. Advanced production systems and manufacturing simulations; Industrial Automation and Thermal Power Engineering & Maintenance.

 

  1. VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

Promote innovations, research and development in Mechanical Engineering Education to provide world class human resources to cater the current and future requirements of technical education system, industries, research organizations and society as a whole.

 

  1. MISSION

 

            The department commits itself to accomplish following missions:

 

  • Offer quality training to technical and vocational teachers of technical education system by offering need based short term and long term training programmes and workshops related to Mechanical Engineering and allied disciplines.
  • Provide quality education to enhance employability of the students of Mechanical engineering and  allied disciplines.
  • Constantly expanding the horizons of the department to reflect changing technologies.
  • Establish national and international networking with technical institutions and industries for improving professionalism.
  • Promote innovations, engineering research and undertake research studies for overall improvement of technical education system.
  • Develop outcome based curriculums and related learning resources. 

 

  1. OBJECTIVES

 

  • Offer demand based short term training programmes to faculty of engineering institutions and international participants in contact and online modes.
  • Design long term programmes using innovative curriculum design approaches and active involvement of stakeholders.
  • Design & develop outcome based curriculums of Mechanical Engineering and allied discipline courses scientifically.
  • Develop variety of LRs, online courses and MOOCs based programmes.
  • Offer Undergraduate, Post Graduate and Professional Certificate programmes in Mechanical Engineering discipline.
  • Offer job oriented courses for the students of Mechanical engineering to enhance employability in line IR 4.0
  • Adopt experience & resource sharing with national & international institutes and industries for mutual benefits and to cope up with changing technology challenges.
  • Design, develop and execute short and long term programmes involving industry, professionals, and other premier institutes.
  • Undertake researches in pedagogy, technology in teaching-learning, and content areas of Mechanical engineering and Technical education.

 

  1. CORE STRENGTHS OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

  • Competence to offer short term training programmes for teachers of technical institutes in pedagogy and content areas of Mechanical Engineering.
  • Competence to offer management development training programmes and development of learning packages for industry personnel.
  • Unique competence of integrating discipline knowledge along with curriculum development and learning resources development for  technical education system of the country.
  • Competence to develop outcome based curriculum for polytechnics and engineering colleges.
  • Competence to meet the need for developing outcome based laboratory manuals with focus on skill development.
  • Competence to develop and offer MOOCs based programmes.
  • Competence to train and prepare client institutes for NBA Accreditation process.
  • Supportive and motivated faculty and staff

 

  1. FACULTY AND STAFF

 

 Faculty

 

Sl.

No.

Name

Designation

Qualification

1.      

Dr. A.K. Sarathe

Professor  & HoD

AMIE (Mechanical), M.Tech (Thermal),(MANIT, Bhopal), Ph.D (Technical Education)

2.      

Dr. K.K. Jain

Professor

B.E. (Mechanical), M.Tech (Technical Education), Ph.D (Technical Education)

3.      

Dr. A. S. Rocha, 

 

Professor

B.E. (Mechanical), M.Tech. (Prod. Mgmt.), Ph.D. (Technical Education),

4.      

Dr. S.K. Pradhan

Professor

B.E. (Mechanical) (Hons), M.Tech (Industrial Design), Ph.D (Mechanical) (IIT Delhi)

5.      

Dr. Vandana Somkuwar

Professor

B.E. (Mechanical), M.Tech (Industrial Design), MBA, Ph.D (Mechanical) (MANIT, Bhopal)

 

   

 

 

Staff

Sl.

No.

Name

Designation

Qualification

1.      

Mr. Kunal Wasnik

Sr. Technician

Diploma (Mechanical)

2.      

Mr. Sanjay Dongre

Lab Technician

Diploma (Mechanical)

3.      

Mr. Shivbachan Sharma

Welder

ITI (Welding Trade)

4.      

Mr. Rakesh Sharma

Mechanic

Diploma (Mechanical), ITI (Machinist)

5.      

Mr. Dharamraj Ganeshe

General Fitter

ITI (Fitter)

6.      

Ms. Sabina Gulfam

Jr. Stenographer

B.Com, DCA, English Shorthand, English Typing, Hindi Typing

7.      

Mr. Mahendra Singh Rajput

Multi Skill Attendant

XIIth

8.      

Mr. Ravindra Yadav

Multi Skill Attendant

Graduate

 

 

  1. FACILITIES

 

Existing Scientific infrastructure/Labs

S. No.

Name of the Lab

Major Equipment and Software

1.      

CNC Lab

·        CNC Lathe EMCO 250 Turn

·        CNC Milling EMCO 250 Mill

·        Offline Control Pads for Tool path simulation

·        MasterCAM Software

·        CNC Tooling

2.      

Basic Mechatronics lab

·        LSM Controller

·        CNC Trainer Lathe (Desktop Model)

·        CNC Milling Trainer (Desktop Model)

·        Servo Motion Controller Including I/O

·        Programmable Logic Controller

·        Optical Incremental Encoders

·        Inductive Proximity Sensors

·        Limit Switches

·        Linear Slide Base

·        Pneumatic and Electro Pneumatic Virtual Laboratory with User Manual and Activity Book.

·        Linear Conveyor System with Sensors Kit.

·        Rotary Table with Sensor Kit.

·        X-Y Position Table

·        10 Computer Systems

3.      

Computer Aided Process Planning lab

·        Tecnomatix Software

·        Delmia Software

4.      

Computer Aided Design  and Simulation lab

·        Hyperworks Software

·        Catia Software

·        NX-Unigraphics Software

·        AutoCAD Software

·        Pro-E Software

·        36 High end Computer Systems

5.      

Work Shop (Work Center)

·        Surface Grinder Machine

·        Milling Machine

·        Center Lathe

·        Shaper Machine

·        Circle Cutting Machine

·        3 Phase Welding Transformer

·        1 Phase Welding Transformer

·        Wood Working Lathe

·        Universal Wood Working Machine

·        Circular Saw

·        Hydraulic Hacksaw Machine

·        Pipe Bending Machine

·        Various Hand tools

 

6.      

Project Lab

·        Basic Mechanical Engineering Tools

·        Work bench with Vices

·        Drill Machine

·        Hand Grinder

·        Prototypes developed by students

·        Test and research samples developed by students

 

 

 

Glimpses of Physical and Scientific Infrastructure

 

 

Figure 1: Computer Design and Simulation Lab

 

 

Figure 2: Computer Design and Simulation Lab (another view)

Figure 3: CNC Lab (CNC Lathe)

 

 

Figure 4: CNC Lab (CNC Milling)

 

Figure 5: Mechatronics Lab (Linear Base Slide, Rotary Table, Actuators, Sensors, PLC)

Figure 6: Mechatronics Lab (Linear Base Slide, Rotary Table, Actuators, Sensors, PLC)

 

Figure 7: Mechatronics Lab (Linear Table, Rotary Tale, LSM Controller)

Figure 8: Mechatronics Lab (Actuators, Sensors, PLC)

 

Figure 9a: Department Project Lab

Figure 9b: Department Project Lab

Figure 10:  Mechanical Workshop

 

Figure 11:  Faculty Rooms

Figure 12: Class Room

 

 

  1. FACULTY RESEARCH AREAS

 

            Following are some of the upcoming technologies and areas in which the departmental faculty is performing research:

  • Computer Aided Design
  • Finite Element based static and dynamic simulations
  • Finite Element Model Updating
  • Computational fluid dynamics based simulations
  • Manufacturing Simulation
  • Simulation of Thermal Systems
  • Optimization of Manufacturing Process Parameters
  • Automotive Technologies
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Industrial Automation
  • Assessment Techniques for OBE
  • Innovative Workshop & Lab Practices
  • Curriculum Reforms in Mechanical Engineering

 

  1. ACHIEVEMENTS

 

            The Department of Mechanical Engineering Education of NITTTR Bhopal provides quality need‐based training in content updating and emerging areas of Mechanical engineering through short term and long term programmes. The department also provides teacher training and skill development programmes related to innovative instructional resources, design of innovative lab experiences, student evaluation, Accreditation, MOOC’s etc. in the area of Mechanical engineering and allied disciplines. The department also helps technical education institutions in developing new curriculum in the areas of Mechanical engineering for undergraduate and diploma programs. Department also assists the client institutions in various curricular events, recruitment, modernization and removal of obsolescence of physical resources. Research works and sponsored projects have also been undertaken by the department faculty members and published research papers and patents. The details are provided in the following sections.

 

9.1      TRAINING NATIONAL

  • Short term training Programmes conducted is based on training need analysis, demands of various states and as per the curricular needs of various DTEs/ BTEs/ Universities. Hence, the Programmes offered match with the needs of the clientele system.

 

  • DMEE faculty conducted 148 core domain knowledge programmes as well as Induction training & other programmes of one to two weeks duration from April 2014 to March. 2020. These programme participants were trained by DME faculty along with other faculty of the institute.          The summary of training programs  conducted and number of trainees trained by DMEE for the past seven years is summarized in Table 4 and Fig 1 & 2:

 

Table 4: Summary of Training Programmes Conducted by DMEE

S. No.

Broad areas of the Short term training programmes

No. of programmes year wise

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

Total

1.      

Teaching Skill development programmes

 

6

5

3

5

11

12

42

2.      

Workshop / Lab related programs

 

4

4

2

3

2

3

18

3.      

OBE, Assessment, Curriculum and Accreditation related programs and workshops

 

4

0

8

0

9

13

34

4.      

Content based Programs for Teachers of Mechanical and allied disciplines

 

15

9

2

10

11

7

54

 

Total

148

 

 

 

Figure 13: Short Term Training Programmes Conducted by DMEE

                       

Figure 14: Number of participants trained by DMEE

 

9.2      TRAINING- INTERNATIONAL

 

  • 21 academicians / managers / senior officers from 18 countries have participated in Effective Strategies for Resource Management of Educational Institutes“ from 3rd to 14th February 2020 under ITEC scheme of Min. of External Affairs.

 

  • Conducted training programme on "Use of Design Software in Mechanical Engineering " from 6th to 17th January 2014

 

  • Conducted training programme on "Use of Design Software in Mechanical Engineering " from 8th to 19th December 2014

 

  • Organized training programme on "Advanced Diploma Programme in Technical Education" for participants from Ethiopia.

 

  • Organized "Induction Training Programme"   for Technical Teachers of Nepal.

 

  • Conducted Occupational Skills upgrading Training Programme on "Advanced Design Tools and Die Making " for Technical Teachers of Nepal.

 

  • Organized TOT programme for Teachers of Bangla Desh and Somalia

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glimpses of  International Training Programme

 

 

Inaugural Function

 

                      Industrial Visit

Valedictory Function

                   Industrial Visit

 

 

 

9.3      LONG TERM PROGRAMMES

 

            The department has offered a postgraduate program ME in 'Advanced Production Systems' since 2012 with following details:

           

  • Students admitted (From 2012): 130
  • E degree awarded: 100
  • Main placement venues: SAIL, BSP,CSIR,ITIs etc.
  • Main Higher studies venues: Joined IIT, IISc, IIITs for PhD Programmes.

 

 

  • CURRICULA  DEVELOPED

 

For Education Institutions

 

Till date department faculty has developed more than 8 competency based and outcome based curricula for different programs at Diploma and Post Diploma levels. The salient features and innovations of these developed curricula are summarised below:

 

 

  • Design and development of curriculum of Diploma programme in Mechanical for Board of Technical Education Goa.

 

  • Design and development of curricula for following Diploma programmes under Gujarat Technological University.

 

  • Mechanical Engineering (30 Courses)
  • Automobile Engineering (30 Courses)
  • Mechatronics (30 Courses)
  • Mining Engineering (30 Courses)
  • Fabrication Engineering (30 Courses)
  • Metallurgy Engineering (30 Courses)

 

 

  • Design and development of outcome based curricula for following Diploma programmes  under MSBTE CRP Project for Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education.

 

  • Mechanical Engineering (28 Courses)
  • Automobile Engineering (24 Courses)
  • Production (23 Courses)
  • Fabrication and Erection Engineering (22 Courses)
  • Chemical Engineering (24 Courses)

 

  • Design and development of outcome based curricula for  following Diploma programmes under CSVTU Project for Chhattisgarh  Swami Vivekananda Technical University

 

  • Mechanical Engineering (24 Courses)
  • Mining Engineering (23 Courses)
  • Metallurgy Engineering (23 Courses)

 

For Industry And Field Agencies

 

  • Curriculum document for "Competency Based Supervisory Training Programme for Tata Motor's Supervisors of Dealers"
  • Post diploma in CAD-CAM Board of Technical Education Madhya Pradesh
  • Post diploma in Manufacturing Engineering Board of Technical Education Madhya Pradesh
  • Post diploma in Foundry Technology Board of Technical Education Madhya Pradesh
  • Advance diploma  in  Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing for IGNOU
  • Curriculum for Skill development of Building material sector of NSDC on Purchase Management in Steel Industries
  • Curriculum for furniture and finishing under Skill development programme of NSDC.
  • Curriculum document for ITC Enabled Learning Project in the area of Computer Aided Design for Training Programme / Course on Basic & Advance AutoCAD
  • Maintenance and operation of Mechanical equipment of Ambuja Cement for technical staff development.

 

  • PEDAGOGY RESEARCH CONTRIBUTIONS

 

  • Two Ph.D. scholars (In Technical Education) and Five Ph.D scholars (In Mechanical Engineering) are pursuing PhD under the faculty members of the department.

 

  • Department is also contributing in editorial board and publishing of Institute’s Journal JSEME.

 

  • LEARNING RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (PRINT AND NON PRINT)

 

            Department faculties have developed following LRs to cater the requirements of teacher training covering technological and pedagogical aspects-

 

  1. Authored Books-03 (Published and 03 in progress)

 

  • Automobile Technology (TMH)
  • Engineering Drawing (Achieved award from AICTE in the year 2006-07  under the scheme of  Technical  book writing in Hindi)
  • Production Engineering Drawing (Achieved award from AICTE in the year 2010  under the scheme of  Technical  book writing in Hindi)
  • Concepts in Thermal Physics
  • Engineering Drawing & AutoCAD in Hindi.
  • Material Selection – An Expert System Approach

 

and books on following topics are in progress

 

  • Advanced Welding Technologies
  • Manufacturing Technology (book proposal has already submitted to Pearsons Publisher)
  • FEM
  • Engineering Drawing & AutoCAD in Hindi.
  • Analysis of the muscular activity pattern of recurring physical action

 

  1. Developed Module lessons for AICTE-NITTT- 05 Nos
  2. Developed E-Content for SWAYAM MOOC programs – 05 Nos.
  3. Developed Videos for MOOC program on Accreditation of engineering PG programs and UG Programs –12 Nos.
  4. Innovative Mechanical Engineering courses OBE laboratory manual have been evolved for MSBTE-15
  5. Developed Modules on CAD using CATIA, Pro-E for teacher Training- 15 Nos
  6. Developed Educational Videos on Principal Stresses (Mechanics of Materials) - 02 Nos.
  7. Developed Exercise Books for teachers training on AutoCAD, CATIA, ANSYS software-05 Nos
  8. Developed Power Point Presentations on different Pedagogy and Technology topics – 50 Nos.
  9. Developed visual workshop manuals (For Turning and Milling) - 2 Nos.
  10. Developed Lab Manual related to Mechanical Engineering Courses such as Metrology, Tool Design - 3 Nos.
  11. Developed Videos for CNC Technology –6 Nos.
  12. Developed Videos for Workshop Technology –8 Nos.
  13. Developed Videos for Welding Technology –4 Nos.
  14. Developed CBTs on Heavy Earth Moving Equipment, Lubrication Methods, Mining Equipment –3 Nos.

 

9.7      RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN (PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, SPONSORED PROJECTS, PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT)

 

  • PhD guidance: 05 awarded and 08 pursuing (Annexure-I)

 

  • ME thesis guidance: 100 awarded and 06 pursuing (Annexure-II)

 

  • Research Paper publication: Department faculties have published 135 research papers in the area of technical education and Mechanical engineering in last ten years as shown in Fig 3. (Annexure-III)

 

           

Figure 15: Research Papers published by faculty of DMEE since 2010

 

  • Departmental faculty also worked as research paper reviewer of national and international conferences.

 

  • Patents

Faculty members are striving hard to innovate new products in the Mechanical engineering and converting them into patents. The details of the output is summarized below-

  1. Published: ‘Chaise Longue cum Baggage Carrier’ (Application No.: 448/MUM/2015A, date of filing of Application: 25.02.14, Publishing date: 23.10.15, The patent Office Journal 43/2015, 58374 pp.)
  2. Published: ‘Multifunctional Railway Track Scavenging Vehicle’ (Application No.: 649/MUM/2015A, Date of filing of Application: 11.02.15, Publishing date: 28.08.15, The patent Office Journal 35/2015, 50334 pp.)
  3. Published: ‘Telescopic Fruit or Flower Picking Device’ (Application number: 201721022780, Date of filing of Application: 29.06.17, Publishing date: 11.08.17, The patent Office Journal 32/2017, 26369 pp.)
  4. Published: ‘Automated Multifunctional Public Ration Distribution Machine’ (Application number: 201721011747, Date of filing of Application: 29.06.17, Publishing date: 01.02.2019, The patent Office Journal 05/2019, 4886 pp.)
  5. Filed: A System having a Road and Rail Track Garbage and Slurry Cleaning Van (Application number: 202021047603, Date of filing of Application: 31.10.2020)

 

  • Sponsored Projects

Recently department has completed following DST funded project-

 

Name of Project:         Development of a Multi-Functional Railway Track Scavenging Vehicle

Funding Department:            Department of Science and Technology, Ministry of Science

                                          and Technology, Government of India,

Scheme:                         Technology Systems Development Programme (TSDP)

Reference Number:   DST/TSG/AMT/2015/369/G

Amount funded:                      51,51,600/- (INR)

Duration of Project:   2 Years (Dec. 2017-Dec. 2019)

Status:                            Completed 07.12.2019

 

Road cum Rail Garbage and Slurry Cleaning Vehicle

 

Road cum Rail Garbage and Slurry Cleaning Model

 

9.8      CONSULTANCY PROJECTS FOR ACADEMIA/INDUSTRIES/FIELD AGENCIES

 

            The department of Mechanical Engineering Education has completed many consultancy projects for Academia, Industries and Field Agencies. The details of projects completed in last ten years are given below-

 

  1. Competency Based Training Programme for Telco Dealers’ Supervisors

 

  • These training programmes were  conceived and designed at NITTTR, Bhopal  in 1998.

 

  • During 1998 to 2006, the department organised  25 batches of training programme and trained more than 2000 supervisors working in sales, workshops and Spare-parts section of dealer organization of  M/S TELCO Jamshedpur.

 

  • Consultancy amount: Around Rs 200 Lakhs

 

  1. Tata Motors Certified Works Manager Training Progamme –

 

  • This consultancy training programme was conceived and designed at NITTTR, Bhopal in 2010. Since last five years, coordinated 5 batches of training programme and trained more than 200 works manager working in workshops/ service station of Tata Motors channel partners. Details given below-

 

  • Certified Training Programme for Works Manager under UDAAN Scheme (Jan 2014- April 2014) (NSDC and TATA Motors)(Department of Mechanical Engg.) 34 participants (Engineers of J & K State)  are trained Under UDAAN scheme (sponsored by  NSDC)

 

  • Certified Training Programme for Works Manager under UDAAN Scheme (23 August 2013– 22 November 2013) (NSDC and TATA Motors)(Department of Mechanical Engg.) 26 participants (Engineers of J & K State)  attended Under UDAAN scheme (sponsored by  NSDC)

 

  • Tata Motors – Works Manager Training Programme (Oct. 2011 - Jan. 2012)

 

  • Tata Motors – Works Manager Training Programme (May 2011 - June. 2011)

 

  • Tata Motors – Works Manager Training Programme (Dec. 2010 - March.11)

 

  • Following activities were undertaken by the faculty members for this Consultancy Project

 

  • Prepared project proposal for Six months Certified Training Programme
  • Identification of Competencies (25 Technical and Managerial Competencies)
  • Prepared Competency based Learning Modules (18 Nos.)
  • Designed Training Assessment Scheme.

 

  • Consultancy amount: Rs 98 Lakhs

 

 

  1. Urban Administration & Development Department UADD, Bhopal, M.P. Training of Newly Recruited Sub Engineers UADD project (April 2015 Oct 2015) (Department of Mechanical, Civil and Management)1,78,6,000/-

 

  1. Finite Element based, Modal Analysis, Functional Random Analysis, Random Long Life Analysis and Shock Analysis of Aluminium Tank of CLW from Electro Auto Industries Bhopal (11th July-10th Aug 2020) 4,00,000/-

 

  1. Finite Element based Static Structural Analysis of Aluminium Tank of CLW from Electro Auto Industries Bhopal (23rd Oct-21st Nov 2019)1,50,000/-

 

  1. Directorate of Skill Development, Department of Technical Education and Skill Development (DTE&SD), Madhya Pradesh Government  Training of Newly Recruited Training Officers in the areas of  CNC Technology, Welding, and CAD (April 2016-Oct 2018) (Department of Mechanical and  DVEE&D) around         6 Lakhs   

 

  1. Revenue earned through MOOCs based Programmes at institute level..

 

  • Accreditation of PG Engineering College, through Swayam Platform of GOI
  • Accreditation of Under-Graduate Engineering Programme, through Swayam Platform of GOI
  • Accreditation of Post-Graduate Engineering Programme, through Swayam Platform of GOI
  • Advanced Instructional Methods, through Swayam Platform of GOI
  • ‘Instructional Planning and Delivery’ under National Initiative for New Technical Teachers Training of AICTE, through Swayam Platform of GOI
  • ‘Professional Ethics’ under National Initiative for New Technical Teachers Training of AICTE, through Swayam Platform of GOI

 

  1. Consultancy earned through various short term training programs from BMC Bhopal, AKU Patna, NERIST Itanagar, VIT Pune and Teachers Participants from Private Institute

 

  1. Training of Trainers programme for Cement Industry

 

  • "Training of Trainers” programme for Cement Industry under WB-DANIDA, CMA-HRD
  • 39 Managers from  three Regional Training Centers (RTCs)  attended the programme.

 

  1. Training of Trainers Programme for Officials of western Coal-field               

Department faculty  members contributed in  conduction of  the “Training of trainers programme for officials of Western Coal- fields Organization” at Wardha, Maharashtra.

 

  1. Kirloskar Brothers Ltd. Dewas (M.P)

Department faculty  members contributed as project  team member for organization of  one week training programme on “Metallurgy for Engineers  and Technicians” of  Kirloskar Brothers Ltd. Dewas (M.P)

 

  1. MOU with Industries

The department of Mechanical Engineering Education initiated collaboration with industry through offering training of industry personnel and signed MOU with TATA Motors in 2012-13.

 

9.9      EXTENSION SERVICES

 

            In addition to the regular works departmental faculty have also extended their services for following tasks-

           

  1. Conducted training programmes for Newly Recruited Training Officers of Directorate Of Skill Development, Department of Technical Education and Skill Development (DTE&SD), Madhya Pradesh Govt. in the            areas of  CNC Technology, Welding, and CAD (April 2016-Oct 2018) for the project of DVE&ED

 

  1. Under Centrally funded sponsored scheme for Up-gradation of Polytechnic laboratories and department has successfully conducted more than 12 workshops vetting of Lab proposals related to Mechanical Engineering and allied disciplines details given in Table -5

 

 

Table 5. Summary of Vetting of Lab Equipment Workshops conducted by DMEE

 

Sl.No.

Name of the State

Total No. of Polytechnics

Total No. of Mechanical Engineering Labs

Year

1.      

Gujarat

 

18

199

2013, 2014, 2016

2.      

Goa

5

56

2013, 2018

 

3.      

Chhattisgarh

9

49

 

2014, 2017, 2018 

4.      

Maharashtra

24

168

2012, 2013, 2016, 2017

5.      

Madhya Pradesh

 

25

175

2012, 2013, 2014

6.      

Daman & Diu

 

1

4

2018

Total

82

651

 

 

  1. DMEE faculty members have also extended their services for question paper setting for technical universities, selection committee members for central govt. organisations, NBA accreditation of technical institutions as member evaluator for Mechanical UG and Diploma Programmes,

 

9.10   DISTANCE  LEARNING  MODE                           -

 

            The department  contributed  as Resource Person in  Distance Learning project for the             State of Gujarat  and  developed  Guideline document and Learning modules and also contributed in         monitoring of  implementation of  Diploma Programme.

 

9.11   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                          

 

  • Developed Competency- Based Training Modules on “Operation and maintenance of Hand Pump” for Grass-root Level workers under Rajiv Gandhi Drinking Water national Mission.

 

  • Conducting "Training of Trainers  programmes on  Welding and Fabrication" under CDTP Scheme