Department is established in 2009-10, the Mechanical Engineering Department is continuously striving towards excellence. With state-of-art laboratories and highly experienced faculties the department has been implementing an active blended course structure thereby preparing the students to be industry ready. Engineering masterpieces of future will require mechanical engineers to reach beyond the traditional knowledge of the field. The department of mechanical engineering college offers an undergraduate program Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) with an intake of 60 seats that will provide solid foundation for careers in industry, research and academia.
Dr. Mukul Shrivastava is an Professor & Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He has 15+ years of teaching experience. The Department has strength of 18 multifaceted faculties and is homogeneous blend of experienced and junior faculty members. The average experience of teaching faculty is about 10+ years.
The department of B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering College is also equipped with center of excellence in “3 D Printing and Electrical Vehicle and Robotics clubs” in collaboration with Techno lexis Pvt Ltd Hyderabad. The centre has 3 D Printing Machines, PLC programming facilities, Robotic Components .The centre is known for its excellent training program for the students of Engineering, Polytechnic and ITIs. The centre has trained more than 400 students in this field since 2009, the year of its establishment. Department also houses central Workshop. The department is very well equipped with computational facilities and resources both in terms of hardware and software.
The faculty and staff of the department made remarkable strides by involving themselves in academic activities like conducting various Faculty development program, Workshops, Seminars and Industry- Institute-Interaction programs. The workshops and seminars of this top mechanical engineering college are sponsored by various MOU Companies. Some of the faculty of the department worked as resource persons for workshops and delivered their technical sessions in various Engineering & Polytechnic colleges
The department curriculum meets the industry requirements. Department holds some of the cutting edge technology labs namely Metrology & Machine Tools, CAD/CAM, Fuel and Lubricants Testing lab, Thermal Engineering . Department frequently organizes many student centric activities and certificate and value added courses like Soft Skill Development programs, Training on CADD-3D Software’s, Quizzes, Plickers, debate, sports etc. Department also organizes the Industrial visit Thermal Power Plants, Design and Manufacturing Industries for filling the gap between industry and academia. Department also encourages the students in internship like Indian Diesel locomotives, Salzgitter Lifts Pvt. Ltd and Mahindra Pvt.Ltd .
The asset of the department is its Alumni. Department Alumni contributes their ideas and suggestion in framing curriculum with respect to industry advancements.
A dedicated placement cell of the institute has been active in generating employment opportunities for the students. A large number of students are directly recruited by reputed companies Byjus, Qspiders, Edwisor, Raam Group and Surya Tech Solutions with the minimum package of 4.8 lacks through the placement cell. In addition, many students take up higher studies in prestigious Universities in India and Abroad some of them emerged as entrepreneurs
The corner stone of the Department of this mechanical engineering college is its Industry Institute Interaction Programs. Department has signed MoU with various industries and institutions like Salzgitter Lifts Pvt. Ltd. Technolexis Pvt Ltd. Automated Tooling Systems Cimtech Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Job Opportunity for Mechanical Engineers
- Aerospace Engineering
- Automotive Engineering
- CAD Technician
- Control & Instrumentation Engineer
- Mechanical Engineering
- Nuclear Engineering
- Petroleum Engineer
- Shipping Industry
- Steel Plants
High Salary offering fields for Mechanical Engineering
- Scientific Research and Development Services such as DRDO, HAL, ISRO & ONGC etc.
- Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing.
- Software development (MNC)
- Transportation Equipment Manufacturing.
- Machinery manufacturing
Future Trends for Mechanical Engineering
- As per ASME (America Society for Mechanical Engineering) vision 2028 for Mechanical engineers highlights the role of ME for next two decades to develop technologies that foster and cleaner, healthier sustainable global environment.
- Mechanical Engineers will be at forefront of developing new technologies for Environment remedy, farming, food production housing, transportation, health care etc.
- Development of innovative in nano technology, bio technology and large scale systems.
- To be recognized as a department, providing quality technical education and producing highly competent and skilled engineers to suit the latest trends in modern industry and to act as a catalyst for sustainable development.
- To impart quality education to the students and enhance their skills to make them globally competitive mechanical engineers.
- To improve quality of teaching by implementing innovative teaching and learning
- To provide a collaborative environment that stimulates faculty and students to achieve their highest potential through Entrepreneurship, sustainable Development and Research.
PO I: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO II: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO III: 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 IV: 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 V: 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 VI: 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 VII: 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 VIII: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO IX: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO X: 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 XI: 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 XII: 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.
Program Educational Objectives:
PEO-1: Graduates will have successful career in the field of Mechanical Engineering to meet the demand of industry.
PEO-2: Graduates will be equally competent for higher education, innovations, research & development, entrepreneurship and professional development.
PEO-3: Graduates will have compatibility with engineering tools and technologies for deliberating solutions to various societal and interdisciplinary problems.
Program Specific Objective:
PSO 1 – To prepare graduates who possess knowledge and skills to solve societal problems that are aligned to sustainable development goals
PSO 2 – Ability to investigate, design, and model engineering solutions through modern software and hardware tools
PSO3 – Ability to design, test, and produce automobiles fuelled through renewable energy
Dr. Mukul Shrivastava
Cell : +91 9769105996
Dr. Mukul Shrivastava joined K G Reddy College of Engineering & Technology on 9th May 2022 as Professor and HOD Mechanical Engineering Department. Dr. Shrivastava graduated from Mechanical Engineering Department of RIT Raipur affiliated to Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University in 1999. Dr. Shrivastava pursued his Master’s degree from IIT Delhi in 2002. He received PhD degree from IIT Bombay with Specialization in Thermal and Fluids Engineering (Computational Fluid Dynamics) in 2015. His research interests includes thermal engineering, CFD, fluid-structure interactions, electronic cooling and green buildings. He has research publications in international / national journals and conferences. He started his career as Assistant professor in 2003 at DIT, Dehradun. He has worked as Associate Professor in VIT Vellore. Dr. Shrivastava worked as Professor & Dean (Outreach) in Vardhaman College of Engineering and organized various FDPs and Conferences – RACE 2019, RAY 2020, ICAMS 2021. He has significant contribution as NBA coordinator in NBA accreditation of Mechanical Engineering department in Vardhaman College of Engineering. As team lead, Dr. Shrivastava worked as NAAC Criteria I Coordinator in Vardhaman College of Engineering to achieve highest grade NAAC A++.
Awards: Dr. Mukul Shrivastava won Bronze award in Shell India Computational Talent Prize for his paper titled “A Novel Level Set-Based Immersed-Boundary Method For CFD Simulation Of Moving-Boundary Problems”. He also won First prize in Mechanical Engineering Graduate Research Symposium 2014 IITB.
Dr. Mukul Srivastava
Dr. L. Jayahari
Dr. D Baloji
Mrs. Uday Sri
Mrs. Kalpana Kilaru
Mr. K. Praveen Kumar
Mr. Papi Reddy
Mr. Kondal Rao
Mrs. Divya Bharathi
Dr. Anji babu Merneedi
Board of Studies
Department of Mechanical Engineering
|S.No||Name of the BOS
|Designation||Organization||Position in BOS||Contact Details|
|1||Dr. Mukul Shrivastava||Professor, HOD||KGRCET||Chairman||9769105996
|The entire faculty of each specialization|
|2||Dr. R S Jahagirdar||Professor & Principal
Dept of Mech-MD
|3||Dr. L Jayahari||Professor & Dean Acad
Dept of Mech-SMF
|4||Mr. Mahesh Reddy||Associate Professor,
Dept of Mech
|5||Dr. Baloji||Associate Professor,
Dept of Mech
|6||Mrs. K Kalpana||Assistant Professor,
Dept of Mech-MD
|7||Mrs. Indraja R Y||Assistant Professor,
Dept of Mech-Cad/Cam
|8||Mr B. Naresh||Assistant Professor,
Dept of Mech
|Two subject experts from outside the Parent University to be nominated by the Academic Council|
|9||Dr.R Venkat Reddy||Professor, Mechanical Engineering||Anurag
|One expert to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor from a panel of six recommended by the college Principal|
|10||Dr.P.Bhramara||Professor of Mechanical Engineering||JNTUH||Nominated by Vice Chancelloremail@example.com|
|One representative from industry/corporate sector/allied area relating to placement|
|11||Mr.TEC Vidyasagar||Retired Mechanical Engineer||Hyderabad||Nominated by Principal||98492319 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|One postgraduate meritorious alumnus to be nominated by the principal/Chairman, Board of Studies|
|12||Mr. K Ganga Sagar||Alumni (B.Tech)||KGRCET||Nominated by Principal/ HoD||8790800208 email@example.com|
Academic Year: 2022-23 Date: 19.10.2022
Mr. Mahesh R Reddy – Received National Award Dr. APJ ABDUL KALAM Lifetime Achievement in Teaching, Academic in the year 2019 from “International Institute for Social and Economic Reforms”
|Faculty Name||Course & Certificate|
|1. Mrs. Kalpana||Design Practice|
|2. Mrs. Sravani||Fundamentals of Manufacturing Processes|
|3. Mrs. Sravani||Principles of Casting technology|
|4. Mrs. Kalpana||Effective Engineering Teaching in Practice|
HAMMOND POWER SOLUTIONS
AUTOMATED TOOLING SYSTEMS
SV MULTI LOGISTICS
HAMMOND POWER SOLUTIONS
NAGARJUNASAGAR HYDEL POWER PLANT
SRISAILAM HYDEL POWER PLANT
The department has the following laboratories available:
- Engineering Workshop
- Production Technology Laboratory
- Material Science and Mechanics of Solids Laboratory
- Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Machines Laboratory
- Instrumentation and Control Systems Laboratory
- Kinematics & Dynamics Laboratory
- Thermal Engineering Laboratory
- Metrology & Machine Tools Laboratory
- Heat Transfer Laboratory
- CAD/ CAM Laboratory
Enrolling in a certificate course at our mechanical engineering college can help further or begin student’s career. Taking less time than a traditional degree, a certificate course exposes students to college level coursework in a condensed amount of time. Students choose to get a certificate course as their interest in department. Mechanical engineering is the design and operation of machines. Within this type of engineering, parts are analyzed to create more efficient and safer systems for manufacturing.
Objective of Certificate Course
A certificate course can offer specialized classes in this field. Some courses that may be taken for this certificate could be computer applications, materials, modeling, production design, composites and mechanics. Sometimes there are further concentrations within a certificate course. Some possible specializations are robotics, computer-aided design, thermodynamics, and hydraulics or product design.
Scope of the Course
Once a certificate in mechanical engineering is awarded, different career options may open up. Additionally, certificate holders have a deeper understanding of the way machines and mechanical systems work. For those who have finished a certificate course in this type of engineering, job opportunities may be more abundant. One type of position that could be an option is robotics designer, which involves creating machines for automated processes. Additionally, careers in structural analysis, which has to do with analyzing systems failures, can be obtained with credentials in mechanical engineering. Other possible career paths are working in drafting, thermodynamics in energy or working in mechanics of various industries. Jobs in mechanical engineering are found primarily in the private manufacturing industry, but there are also opportunities in governmental agencies.
List of Certificate Courses
|Course Name||Duration of the Course||No. of Students Attended||No. of Students Appeared Examination||No. of Students Passed||Academic Year|
Printing and Design
|NEN – Wadhwani||09-11-2021 to
|Foundational Course in 3D Printing||26.02.2021 to
|Advanced Course in 3D Printing||19.06.2021 to
|CATIA V5||17-08-19 to
|CNC programming||04-02-19 to
|CREO software||25-09-18 to
|Solid Works||05-03-18 to
Value Added Course
This course encompasses a whole range of subjects like Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Thermal Engineering, Designing, Power Plant Engineering, HVAC, Metrology and Quality Control, Production Engineering, Maintenance Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering. It finally opens up job prospects in design, production, manufacturing and maintenance.
Objective of Value-Added Course
The main objective of this course in Mechanical Engineering College for students can opt for higher advanced courses or may start working immediately. Though jobs are available for mechanical engineering graduates in various sectors, pursuing an advanced course opens avenues for better employment opportunities.
Scope of Value-Added Course
This course at this mechanical engineering college has several scopes for students as follows.
Pursuing Piping Engineering opens career opportunity in Chemical Industry, Merchant Navy, Petroleum Refinery sectors, Manufacturing firms, etc. All these sectors have great demand for Piping specialists.
After completing B.Tech course, job opportunities are primarily found in electronics industry, automobile, manufacturing, mining, transport, gas and oil, defense, robotics, aerospace and aviation, army, navy, air force, etc.
|S.No||Course Name||Duration of the Course||No. of Students Attended||Academic Year|
|1||Co -CUBES TRAINING||05-07-22 to
|2||CAD CAM Fusion 360||16-05-2022 to
|3||Drafted methods using Autocad||19-08-19 to
|5||Auto Cad||16-07-18 to
Project Based Assignments Introduction
Humans are able to do almost everything they want. We are able to move, communicate with each other and if something seems impossible for us, we try to make it possible. For example humans don’t have wings, so we can’t flutter with our arms or legs, but birds can – It simply isn’t in our nature. However, people found many ways to fly by building machines like airplanes and helicopters. If something seems out of our reach, it doesn’t mean that there is no way to find a solution.
II year and III year students used to work on assignment based on the problem statements given by the Guides and they will develop the designs and prototypes by using our center of excellence and Interdisciplinary center and which in turn helps the students to build their confidence in enhancing their skills in Design Thinking and product development and also helps to build their own project in final year and also by using these skills they in compute in National Hackthon and other symposium and from this department can engage the students by developing their career
Concept and Design
Department also practice the concept and design implementation for research projects and students involve with guides for working on the projects but initially we thought that it might be quite difficult to find a good solution in the consultancy and faces challenges for the year. We thought about many different concepts but in the end we found really impressive and good ones.
There were two outstanding NIF concepts which were continuously rethought, developed and tested. In the following pictures we have showed in detail. We design the concept by understanding the problem statement and we had to struggle with concepts and solved them in the end.
Product Development Club-3D Printing
Department having one more best practice is product development with 3D printing Club is initiated in 2020 association with Technolexis Private Limited. and here students involves with their ideas to build concepts on product development by using 3D Printing Machine and they used work hands on projects and finally they deliver to department and also they will participate and expose their products in many symposium ,workshops. Implementing our ideas of how the products should look like in the end isn’t easy at some points. You might think of a concept, which would work in theory, but could be impossible to substantiate with the given components. In the following picture are given detail about the hoe products can be executed with Machine by resource person.
Dr. Mukul Shrivastava
Cell : +91 9769105996