JSPM Narhe Technical Campus, Narhe, Pune

S No 12-1-2 and 12-2-2 Narhe, Taluka- Haveli, Near Sanas Crane, Pune-Bangalore Highway, Pune, Maharashtra 411041
Approved By AICTE & Affiliated To Savitribai Phule Pune University. Institute Code : 6755
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"The Department of Mechanical Engg.is headed by Prof. Pradeep A. Patil and is supported by a team of 38 teaching and 15 non-teaching staff. The department consists of 15 well-equipped laboratories with a total investment of Rs.13, 898,616.99. The students of Mechanical Engg. have formed an association Mechanical Engineering Students’ Association (MESA) on 20th march 2006 under the guidance of DOME staff."

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Dr. Dattatraya V Bhise

Dean

M.E. Ph.D
dvbhise@gmail.com

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Dr. M. A. Kumbhalkar

Head of Department

B.E (Mech. Engg.), M.Tech. (CAD/CAM), Ph.D. (Mech. Engg.)
head_mech2@jspmntc.edu.in

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Dr. Dhage Sagar Bhimraj

Associate Professor

Ph. D. Mechanical
sagardhagejspm@gmail.com

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Prof. R. P. Kattimani

Assistant Professor

BE (Mech) ME((Production)
rpkattimani65@gmail.com

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Prof. Yadav Rashi Ashok

Associate Professor

BE (Production),M.E(Mfg & Automation)
gaikwadrashi@gmail.com

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Prof. S. S. Bhosale

Assistant Professor

M.E (DESIGN)
sbhosale17@gmail.com

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Prof. S.b. Hankare

Assistant Professor

M E Design ,Phd pursuing
hankare.sandeep@gmail.com

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Prof. P. B. Maitreya

Assistant Professor

M. Tech. (Thermal Engg.)
prashantmaitreya@gmail.com

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Prof. Kamble Ashwin Anandrao

Assistant Professor

B.E (Mech. Engg.), M.Tech. (Heat Power)
ashwinkamble31@gmail.com

Vission

Human Excellence through Technical Education and Research

Mission

M-1 To equip students with required competency and skill in domain of Engineering and research through teaching-learning and practice for their successful professional career
M-2 To provide smart and sustainable solutions to societal and industrial problems through student involvement, thereby fostering their creativity and innovativeness
M-3 To develop entrepreneurial inclination among students for contributing to the national growth

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Applied Theromodynamics

This lab express various Setups & Models of Engines like 4-Stroke Petrol & Diesel Engine . Students are performing trial on these ...

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Theory of Machines

Laboratory is helpful for understanding theory behind machines. Experiments includes torque transmitting capacity of friction clut ...

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Dynamics of Machinery

Student will be able to LO1 _ Understand solutions to balancing problems of machines. LO2 _ Understand the fundamentals of vibrati ...

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Heat Transfer

laboratory provides fundamental knowledge about modes of heat transfer, like conduction, convection and radiation. Students will b ...

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PEO1: Graduates shall have an ability to pursue successful mechanical engineering carrier
PEO2: Graduates shall have an ability to work in core and diversified fields exhibiting team work and leadership.
PEO3: Graduates shall have an ability to adapt dynamic environment of society through life-long learning.

PSO1. Analyze, design and evaluate mechanical components and systems using state-of-the-art IT tools.
PSO2. Analyze, design and evaluate thermal systems including IC engines, refrigerating, air-conditioning, and power generating systems.
PSO3. Plan, including methods design, process plan, process automation, and quality assurance systems for manufacturing of given mechanical components and systems.
PSO4. Apply modern management methods to manufacture of components and systems.

1. SE Mechanical Course Outcomes

2. TE Mechanical Course Outcomes

3. BE Mechanical Course Outcomes

MESA is JSPM NTC Mechanical Student association. The MESA was formed to bring about the technical development of students by organizing seminars, workshops and other activities and also to improve non technical abilities of students by engendering good communication skills, managerial abilities, presentation skills and team work.

1. To develop organizational skills among the students.
2. To facilitate different forums of student members like Innovation Club forum, Paper Publications Forum, Extracurricular Activity Forum, Academic Forum etc.
3. To develop leadership skills among students.
4. To conduct different technical events for students within and outside the department.
5. To ease functioning of student related activities.

Prof. A. D. Halwe