Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

The Department’s vision is ‘Bringing up the Socio Technocrates with human face for ultimate excellence of human living’. The department is established in 2012 to offer B.Tech course with an intake of 120 seats. The department has a Team of dynamic, dedicated, well qualified and experienced academicians of the cadre of Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors & senior faculty with vast research experience in their respective fields. The department believes in practical oriented teaching to make the students understand the concepts easily for which industrial visits and extension lectures by industrial experts are regularly conducted. Besides this, we conduct technical seminars and workshops every semester.

  • Strengths of the Department Labs of the Department
  • Highly experienced and qualified faculty Engineering Workshop
  • State of art Infrastructure Metullurgy Lab
  • Well established Labs as per JNTU & AICTE norms 

S.No

Name of the Lab

1

Engineering Workshop Lab

2

Fuels and Lubricants Lab

3

Metallurgy and Material Science Lab

4

Mechanics of Solids Lab

5

Kinematics & Dynamics Lab

6

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab

7

Manufacturing Lab

8

Thermal Engineering Lab

9

Machine Tools Lab

10

Engineering Metrology Lab

11

Heat Transfer Lab

12

CAD/CAM Lab

13

Instrumentation Lab

Vision

The vision of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is to be globally recognized as a center of excellence in providing mechanical engineering education leading to well qualified engineers with techno managerial skills who are innovative, industry ready, successful in advanced studies & research and cater to the needs of the society.

Mission

The mission of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is to educate, prepare, inspire, and mentor students to excel as professionals and to grow throughout their careers in the art, science and responsibilities of engineering. 
This is accomplished by:

  • Providing the facilities and environment conducive to a high quality value based education, well grounding the students in the fundamental principles of engineering and preparing them for diverse careers
  • Providing impetus to industry institute relation, to imbibe social, ethical, managerial and entrepreneurial values in students
  • Engaging in academic and scholarly activities, which strengthen the Department’s regional, national, and international reputation.

       H.O.D KAL GANDHI

kalgandhi22@gmail.com

  9491123682

Mr.K A L Gandhi obtained B Tech and  M.Tech from JNTU, Pursuing Ph.D . Currently he is working as a Associate. Professor and Head of the Department of ME in Avanthi  Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad. He is a young dedicated, dynamic Renowned Educationist and Eminent Academician has overall 18 years of teaching experience in different capacities. He is a life member of Institute of Engineers India Pvt Ltd.and Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE). For his Credit he has 6 Research Papers published in Inter National Journals. He has conducted various seminars workshops and has participated several National Conferences and International Conferences. and Guided Under Graduate Level and Post Graduate Level Students for their projects.

 

MECH
S.No.Name of the FacultyExact Designation
1MD YOUSUF ALIProfessor
2T PRAVEENProfessor
3R MANJUNATHProfessor
4K A L GANDHIAssociate Professor
5RAMESH BABU YAssociate Professor
6PRAHLAD R VAssociate Professor
7T CHANDRA SHEKARAssociate Professor
8V KRISHNA VAMSHIAssociate Professor
9G PRASHANTHAssistant Professor
10 M PRAVEEN KUMARAssistant Professor
11MADHAVI PAssistant Professor
12M VENKATESHWARLUAssistant Professor
13K SRIVENI Assistant Professor
14V BALUAssistant Professor
15V SUDARSHANAssistant Professor
16B SWATHIAssistant Professor
17MOHAN LAL KAssistant Professor
18S SHARATH KUMARAssistant Professor
19B HARI KRISHNAAssistant Professor
20A SHANKERAssistant Professor
21M GURU VISHNUAssistant Professor
22J CHANDRAKALAAssistant Professor
23D VINAY KUMARAssistant Professor
24S SURAPPAAssistant Professor
25M SHIVA PRASADAssociate Professor
26T RAJUAssociate Professor
27A ASWINI KUMARIAssistant Professor
28N SIVA SAIAssistant Professor
29B TIRUPATHIAssistant Professor
30MD.ILIYASAssistant Professor

Program Education Objectives {PEOS}

  • To prepare the graduates to meet both the local and global challenges in mechanical engineering.
  • To provide expertise through learning advanced courses in various streams of mechanical engineering to pursue higher studies and research.
  • To provide graduates with a solid foundation in basic sciences, mathematics, engineering to analyze, synthesize and evaluate information to achieve expertise in core areas of mechanical engineering.
  • To Provide graduates the modern professional practices such as abilities for effective communication, collaborative work in diverse team, ethical decision making, successful management of personal and professional career objectives and continuous development through lifelong learning.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES :

 

PO.1.Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO.2.Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO.3.Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO.4.Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO.5.Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO.6.The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

 

 

PO.7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO.8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO.9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO.10.Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO.11 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO.12.Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

 

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IV-I Syllabus                Download

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department of mechanical engineering

ROLL OF HONOUR       BATCH-2012-2016

S.NO

HT NO

NAME

% OF MARKS

RANK

1

12Q61A0306

DANDYALA AMARENDHER REDDY

78.46

I

2

12Q61A0324

MIDDHE UDAYKUMAR

72.99

II

3

12Q61A0302

B RAJAMOHAN RAO

72.48

III

4

12Q61A0338

V SANJAY BABU

71.64

IV

5

12Q61A0392

PURWANT VIKRAM

71.22

V

ROLL OF HONOUR  BATCH-2013-2017

 

S.NO

HT NO

NAME

% OF MARKS

RANK

1

13Q61A0320

GADDAM SURESH

74.59

I

2

13Q61A0322

GUDUR NAGA PRASHANTH

68.95

II

3

13Q61A0305

ARIKATLA SRINIVASA REDDY

68.55

III

4

13Q61A0312

CHINTAREDDY RAKESH

68.34

IV

5

13Q61A0326

JANUMPALLY MADHU SUDHAN REDDY

68.11

V

 

ROLL OF HONOUR  BATCH-2012-2016

S.NO

HT NO

NAME

% OF MARKS

RANK

1

14Q61A0317

K KIRAN

76.51

I

2

14Q61A0324

MANGISHETTI RAM PRASAD

73.79

II

3

14Q61A0320

M D JAVEED

73.66

III

4

14Q61A0333

SHAKAMUDI UDAY KIRAN

71.37

IV

5

14Q61A0385

KURAM SRINU

73.26

V

 

 

 

 

Social Activities 

S.NOName of the activityOrganising unit/ agency/ collaborating agencyyearNumber of teachers participated in such activitiesNumber of students participated in such activities
1swacch bharathNSS Cell of Avanthi2016-201722650
2Childrens dayLaalana Welfare organization2016-20175130
3Eye CampMaximeyz optics2016-20176140
4Health Camp for sugar testNSS Cell of Avanthi2016-201712320
5Sustainable PracticesIEEE WIE STAR2016-201710100
6Eamcet /Icet/Ecet/Polycet counseling Awareness ProgrammeOur College2016-20171060
7Health Camp for BMI,blood PleasureNSS Cell of Avanthi2015-201616293
8STAR EventIEEE WIE STAR2015-20165145
9STAR EventIEEE WIE STAR2015-201620600
10NSSOur College2015-201625655
11HarithaharamNSS Cell of Avanthi2014-201520730
12Health Camp on Eye & Dental check upNSS Cell of Avanthi2014-201515250
13The techno nourishment- driving a change among school studentsIEEE WIE STAR2014-201510300
14Stepping out with a social goalIEEE WIE STAR2014-201510200
15Swine Flu Awareness CampIEEE WIE STAR2014-201520200
16Blood donation campOur College2014-2015572
17Health Camp for BMI,blood PleasureNSS Cell of Avanthi2013-201410690
18Serving remote area schools for their needs (Optimistics)Our College2013-20149250
19Voter Enrollment ProgrammesOur College2013-201410300
20Traffic AwarenessOur College2013-20149250
21Anti Ragging programmesOur College2012-2013501536

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIAL VISITS

Sl. No.

Title of the linkage

Name of the partnering institution/ industry /research lab with contact details

Year of commencement

Duration (From-To)

Nature of linkage

 

1

Industrial Visit

An Industrial Visit to BHEL,HYD.

2016 – 17

09-11-17

Industry Exposure for Knowledge Development

 

2

Industrial Visit

An Industrial Visit to Uppal Bus Depot, HYD.

05/08/2017 to 06/08/2017

To Known About Machine Tools Operation

 

3

Industrial Visit

An Industrial Visit to CITD,HYD.

23/09/2017

To Known About Machine Tools Operation

 

5

Field Trip

Industrial Visit  to HBL,HYD.

2015-16

31/07/2015

Industry Exposure for Knowledge Development

 

6

Field Trip

An Industrial Visit to BHEL,HYD.

18/08/2015

Learning  about Design Concepts of BHEL Equipments

 

7

Field Trip

An Industrial Visit to AGI Glass pac,Hyd.

25/09/2015

Industry Exposure to Glass Bottles Manufacturing

 

8

Field Trip

An Industrial Visit to HMP Patancheruvu, Medak.

17/11/2015

To Known About Casting operation (Foundry)

 

9

Industrial Visit

CITD Balapur, Hyderabad

20/03/2015

To Known About Machine Tools Operation

 

10

Field Trip

An Industrial visit to ARCI, DRDO.

2014-15

27/01/2015

To learn about composite products manufacturing

 

11

Field Trip

An Industrial visit to HBL Ltd., Hyderabad.

02-11-15

To Learn About Bearings manufacturing

 

12

Field Trip

CMH Tools Ltd, Pancheru,Medak.

27/03/2015

To Known About Machine Tools Operation

 
 

13

Field Trip

DensionHydraulics ,Pancheru, Medak

04-06-15

To Known About Hydraulic Pump and  Valve Production

 
 

14

Field Trip

An Industrial Visit  to B.H.E.L., Ramachandrapuram /  Thermal Power Plant

2013-14

28/10/2013

To Learn About Vertical and Horizontal Machining CNC Centres

 

15

Industrial Visit

NGRI, Habsiguda, Hyderabad

23/09/2013

 

 

16

Industrial Visit

BHEL, R.C Puram, Hyderabad

11-03-13

 

 

17

Industrial Visit

Masquti Dairy Form

31/12/2013

 

 

18

Industrial Visit

Ragavendra Poultry Fabrications

31/12/2013

 

 

19

Field Trip

An Industrial Visit to B.H.E.L., Ramachandrapuram /  Thermal Power Plant

11-01-13

To Learn About Power Plant equipment manufacturing

 

20

Field Trip

An Industrial Visit to TATA Advanced Systems, Hyderabad

03-04-14

To Learn About Automobile Manufacturing

 

21

Field Trip

An Industrial Visit to Vasantha Tools Craft, Hyderabad

20/03/2014

To Learn About Die Making

 

22

Field Trip

An Industrial Visit to HBL, Pancheru,Medak

04-03-14

To Learn About Casting Process

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Organisation with which MoU is signed

S NO

Organisation with which MoU is signed

Name of the institution/ industry/ corporate house

Year of signing MoU

Duration

List the  actual  activities under each MoU year wise

Number of students/teachers participated under MoUs

 1

Future gen technologies

AVANTHI INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

2014-2019

5YEARS

RESEARCH &EXTENSION

200

 
 2

S.K Techsol Pvt Ltd

AVANTHI INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

2014-2019

5YEARS

RESEARCH &EXTENSION

200

 

National Engineers

AVANTHI INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

2015-2020

5YEARS

RESEARCH &EXTENSION

120

 
Name of the author/sDepartment of the teacherName of journalYear of publicationISBN/ISSN number
Md. akhruddin H.N, Dr. Mohammed Yousuf Ali, Dr. M. Manzoor HussainMechanicalInternational Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET)2017-182321-9653
T.PraveenMechanicalInternational Journal(IJMTER)2017-182349-9745
T.PraveenMechanicalInternational Journal(IJMTER)2017-182349-9745
BHARAT SHAHAPURMechanicalInternational Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)2017-182395-0072
BHARAT SHAHAPURMechanicalIJSRP2017-182250-3153
M. Udaya Kumar, Md. Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research2016-172229-5518
Syed Abdul Gaffar, Raza Ahmed Khan, Md Sadiq Mohiuddin, Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research2016-172229-5518
S.Uday Bhaskar,Dr. Mohammed Yousuf Ali, Md.Manzoor HussainMechanicalInternational Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering Research2016-172347-3983
T.Praveen,Dr.B.KumarMechanicalInternational Journal (Airo International Research Journals)2016-172320-3714
Y.Ramesh Babu, .Venkata Sudheer BabuMechanicalInternational Research Journal of Engineering and Technology 2016-172395-0056
P. MadhaviMechanicalInternational Journal Of Innovative Technology And Research 2016-176041-6058
P. MadhaviMechanicalFirst International Conference on Recent Innovation in Engineering And Technology2016-17978-1-5396-2645-9
P. MadhaviMechanicalInternational Journal Of Innovative Technology And Research2016-175144-5156
T. Chandra ShekharMechanicalInternational Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research –(IJSER)2016-172347-3878
BHARAT SHAHAPURMechanicalANVESHANA’S INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES2016-172455-6300
Surendhiran Duraiarasan, Sirajunnisa Abdul Razack, Anandan Manickam, Anbarasu Munusamy, Mahin Basha Syed, Mohammed Yousuf Ali, Gulam Muzaffar Ahmed, Md.Sadiq MohiuddinMechanicalJournal of Environmental Chemical Engineering2015-161393-1398
Mahin Basha Syed, Mohammed Yousuf Ali, Mohammed Ishaq, S. Bakkiyaraj, M.G DevanesanMechanicalTaylor & Francis Online 1759-7277
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Journal in Engineering sciences & Advanced Technology (IJRESAT)2015-162250-3676
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Jouranl of Material Science2015-160973-4589
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalJouranl of basic and applied engineering research2015-162350-0077
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Journal for trends in engineering & Techonology2015-162349-9303
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Journal for trends in engineering & Techonology2015-162349-9303
T.Praveen,Dr.B.KumarMechanicalInternational Journal (Airo International Research Journals)2015-162320-3714
Y. Ramesh BabuMechanicalInternational Journal & Magazine of Engineering Technology Management and Research 2015-162320-3706
R. Veda PrahladMechanicalInternational Journal & Magazine of Engineering Technology Management and Research 2015-162348-4845
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET)2014-150976-6359
T.PraveenMechanicalInternational journal(ijmetmr)2014-152348-4845
T.PraveenMechanicalInternational journal(ijmetmr)2014-152348-4845
T.PraveenMechanicalInternational journal(ijmetmr)2014-152348-4845
T.PraveenMechanicalInternational journal(ijmetmr)2014-152348-4845
T. Chandra ShekharMechanicalInternational Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT)2014-152278-0181
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Journal of emerging Technology and Advance Engineering2013-142256-2459
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational journal of engineering research and technology2013-142278-0181
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Journal of Innovative Research in science and Technology2013-142319-8753
T. Chandra ShekharMechanicalInternational Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT)2013-142278-0181
Dr. Mohammed Yousuf AliMechanicalInternational Journal in Engineering and Applied Sciences (IJREAS)2012-132249-3905
R. ManjunathaMechanicalIndian journal of science and technology (INDJST)2012-130974-6846

Departmental workshops and seminars

Academic Year

Name of the workshop/ seminar

Date Of Event

2017-2018

A Workshop on AUTO CAD

23/08/2017

2017-2018

Revit Softwazre (Building information modeling software)

09/05/2017

2017-2018

Finite Element Methods

21/09/2017

2017-2018

Thermal Power Plant Engineering

23/10/2017

2017-2018

Design of Machin Members

26/10/2017

2017-2018

Engineering Metrology

28/10/2017

2017-2018

Mechanics of Solids

30/10/2017

2017-2018

Production Engineering

31/10/2017

2017-2018

Thermodynamics

23/10/2017

2016-2017

ROBOTICS

10-11 /02/2017

2015-2016

A one day Work shop on “Renewable Energy sources”

28/07/2015

2015-2016

Special Manufacturing Processes

21/08/2015

2015-2016

Special Tool Bits for HS Turning

25/09/2015

2015-2016

D&D of Internal Threads for Glass Phenolic Composite Cylinder

10/07/2015

2015-2016

TPM in Indian Industry

23/10/2015

2015-2016

Solar Concentrator

19/07/2015

2015-2016

Two days workshop on HVAC and Career Opportunities for Mechanical Engineers in the Construction Industry

01/05/2016

2015-2016

Dynamics of Motor Vehicle

20/01/2016

2015-2016

Composite Utilization

02/02/2016

2015-2016

CNC Programming(MasterCAM)

03/04/2016

2015-2016

Solid State Welding

04/08/2016

2015-2016

Thermal Coatings

13/04/2016

2014-2015

A Natinal Level workshop on Recent Advances in Composite Materials

30/12/2014 to 05/01/2015

2014-2015

Manufacturing SPM Jigs and Fixtures

08/06/2014

2014-2015

CMC

15/09/2014

2014-2015

Polymers and Latest Applications

25/11/2014

2014-2015

NDT (Non Destructive Testing)

23/07/2014

2014-2015

Design of Machine Members

10/10/2014

2014-2015

Jet Propulsion

28/10/2014

2014-2015

A one day workshop on Non Renewable Energy Sources

18/03/2015

2014-2015

Gear Design for Hobbing Process

01/05/2015

2014-2015

Plastics and Modern Trends in New Products

03/12/2015

2014-2015

Advances in CAD

25/03/2015

2014-2015

Advanced Manufacturing Process

04/08/2015

2014-2015

Vehicle Dynamics

03/03/2015

2013-2014

Two Week ISTE Workshop on Engineering Mechanics

26/12/2013 to 06/01/2014

2013-2014

CRDI Fuel Injection System.

18/07/2013

2013-2014

Growing Usage of Composite in Electrical Sector

22/07/2013

2013-2014

Science Behind the Metallurgy

30/07/2013

2013-2014

Special Acrylic Fibres and Carbon Fibres

17/08/2013

2013-2014

Processing and Applications of Glass

09/07/2013

2013-2014

Introduction to Aerospace Technology

20/10/2013

2013-2014

Design & Analysis of CMCs

11/05/2013

2013-2014

Two Week ISTE Workshop on Fluid Mechanics

20/05/14 to 30/05/14

2013-2014

A two days Faculty Development Program on Rapid Prototype Technologies and its Applications

24/01/14 to 25/01/14

2013-2014

Thermal Engineering

20/03/2014

2013-2014

Robotics

19/03/2014

2013-2014

Composite for Chemical Applications

01/06/2014

2013-2014

Latest Trends in Automobiles

02/05/2014

2013-2014

CNC Programming (MasterCAM)

03/12/2014