About Department

HOD- Mechanical Engineering Department

Dr. Pradeep Kumar Patil

[B.E., M.Tech. (Mech. Engg.), Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering), LMISTE]

He has over 16 years of experience of teaching and has been associated with SVCE for more than 11 years. He has 17 research papers published in conference proceedings, National and International Journals. He has attended many FDP, Workshops and Seminars. He is Editorial Advisor of Bookman International Journal of Mechanical & Civil Engineering (ISSN No. 2319-4286), He has also reviewed many research papers for British Journal of Applied Science & Technology. He has guided 18 M.E. Thesis in R.G.P.V.Bhopal.

 

 
 

Focus Of Mechanical Engineering Department

Swami Vivekanand College of Engineering Indore.

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Core Knowledge: The mechanical engineering graduates will have the knowledge of basic science, engineering skills, humanities, social science, management, conceptual and practical understanding of core mechanical engineering area with project development. 

Employment: The mechanical engineering graduates will have the knowledge of Industry-based technical skills to succeed in entry level engineering position in various industries as well as in academics. 

Professional Competency: The mechanical engineering graduates will have the ability to communicate effectively in English, to accumulate and disseminate the knowledge and to work effectively in a team with a sense of social awareness.

Mechanical Engineering : Goals

Enhance its status as a recognized research institute in which staff pursues their ideas with rigor and integrity through independent enquiry.

Provide excellent teaching at all levels in an environment enriched by research so that students may develop intellectually and individually.

Produce graduates who are adaptable and alert to the benefits of lifelong learning and who meet the requirements of employers (local, national and international) from all sectors.

Maintain a balance of basic and strategic research with substantial element of contract research and promote learning through the application of knowledge.

Promote inter-disciplinary research both within itself and with other institutions

Recruit and retain excellent staff and improve their effectiveness through the provision of appropriate training and development.

Optimize the use of resources to improve the working environment and range of services for students and staff.

Wherever possible improve the quality of the environment for the people who live and work in the Institute and for the wider community.

Long Term goal

To develop the department with quality infrastructure and competent teaching faculty to achieve autonomy and to become the center of excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

Mechanical Engineering : Career opportunities

Mechanical Engineering finds applications in all fields of technology. These engineers are required in automobile, chemical, electronics, steel, and fertilizer industries. Mechanical engineers also play a vital role in government sectors like Ordinance factories, Railways, Steel plants, Oil exploration and Refining, technical wings of armed forces, Space Research Organization, etc. With the rapid rate of expansion in the industrial sector, the employment potential for mechanical engineers is very high.

Mechanical engineers also have a good scope to set up ancillary units of their own and design and manufacture assemblies and sub-assemblies required for large industries. In agricultural sector, mechanical engineers play a vital role by establishing service centers for maintenance of tractors, oil engines, pump sets, electric motors and other agricultural equipments.

Laboratories Details
S. No. Room No. Lab Name
1 WS/110 Strength of Material and Machine Component Design 
2 111-B Theory of M/C and Dynamics of M/C
3 125 Mechnical Measurement & Control and Fluid Mechanics 
4 301 MBA Basic Mechanical Engineering 
5 117 I.C.. Engine & Thermodynamics 
6 111-A/116 Vibration and Noise Engineering and Machine Design 
7 111-A Heat and Mass Transfer
8 110 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 
9 Resp. Class Room Machine Drawing & Design
10 Lib. CAD/CAM/CIM and CAE
11 WS MC/CNC and WORK-SHOP
12 Resp. Clacc Room ORSC
13 123/117  Project and TEGD 
14 ED Hall Engineering Graphics  
15 116 Automobile Engineering