Army Institute of Technology
Permanently Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, NBA Accreditation(All UG Programs),NAAC Accredited
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  • HOD's Desk
  • Faculty and Staff
  • Students Roll
  • Timetable
  • Exam Schedule
  • Result
  • Activities
  • Special Services
  • Achievements and Messages
  • Syllabus
  • Research & Development
  • Projects
  • Industry Institute Interaction
  • Placement Record
  • AAC and Dept Meeting Minutes
  • Laboratories

About Department

Degrees Offered: BE Mechanical

Duration: UG 4 years

Intake: UG 60 seats

Vision

Emerge as a globally recognized provider of Mechanical Engineering education and solutions

Mission

M1: Provide an environment for developing intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual quotients that are essential to produce total quality engineers

M2: Establish a platform that fosters a culture of creativity, research, innovation and life-long learning

M3: Become a centre of excellence that creates technology leaders and entrepreneurs committed towards sustainable development of society

The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO1: Provide sound foundation of mechanical engineering fundamentals to formulate, analyze and solve engineering problems

PEO2: Enable students to lead and work as part of teams engaged in multi disciplinary research and projects

PEO3: Instill integrity, ethics and life skills in students to take on diverse roles

Program Outcomes (POs)

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems

PO2: 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

PO3: 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

PO4: 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

PO5: 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

PO6: 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

PO7: 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

PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice

PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings

PO10: 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

PO11: 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

PO12: Lifelong 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 Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO1: Ability to identify, formulate and solve real world engineering problems in three core streams of Mechanical Engineering namely, Design engineering, Thermal-fluids engineering and Manufacturing engineering

PSO2: Ability to design, develop and test a cost effective and efficient system(s) for engineering application from concept to manufacture

PSO3: Utilize industry oriented software tools using Virtual and Robust engineering methods to design, optimize and develop product

PSO4: Provide a platform to generate interest in futuristic areas such as Electrical Vehicles, Systems Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Energy Management, Additive Manufacturing and Automation

Salient Features

  • Department is NBA accredited
  • Received grant of Rs 5,10,000 from BCUD
  • Received grant of Rs 25,00,000 from AICTE under MODROBS
  • SAE (India), AIT Chapter involved in BAJA/SUPRA Automotive Competitions

Faculty Contribution

  • Faculty involved in restructuring Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) Curriculum
  • Faculty members contribution in SPPU Syllabi development
  • Five doctoral faculty members and seven pursuing PhD
  • Participation in workshops, seminars, consultancy, conferences,...

Infrastructure

  • Well equipped laboratories
  • Project Innovation laboratory sponsored by 3DPLM (Dassault Systemes)
  • 3DExperience Training and Certification centre
  • Video Conferencing facility with interactive and remote class conduction feature
  • All classrooms with modern teaching aids and internet connectivity
  • Faculty rooms with computing and internet facility
  • State of the art computing facilities with globally popular software

Students Centered Activities

  • Student internships and interface with industry
  • Value added courses beyond curriculum
  • Project based learning, Extra Tutorials, Flipped classrooms,...
  • Participation in national and international level competitions such as SAE(India) BAJA/SUPRA, Robocons, Hackathons,...
  • Workshops, seminars and guest lectures
  • Skill development, employability, soft skills, aptitude training and assessment

Laboratories and Software

  • Fifteen well equipped labs
  • All labs with modern test rigs, trainers and software
  • Well staffed and equipped Workshop complex with CNC capability
The department has following laboratories:
  • Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) I & II
  • Strength of Material
  • Thermal Engineering
  • IC Engines
  • Theory of Machines
  • Dynamics of Machinery
  • Fluid Engineering and Mechatronics
  • Heat Transfer
  • Machine Shop
  • Metallurgy
  • Measurements and Quality Control
  • Research and Projects
  • Computer Aided Engineering (CAE)
  • Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
  • Drawing Halls
  • SAE-AIT Fabrication Facility
Software
  • CAD: CATIA, Pro/Engineer, AutoCAD, CADIAN
  • CAE (FEA): SIMULIA (ABAQUS), NASTRAN, ANSYS, Pro/Mechanica
  • Kinematics: ADAMS, Pro/Motion, SAM
  • CAE (CFD): Star CCM+, ANSYS (Fluent)
  • CAM: MasterCAM
  • Suites: CREO, HyperWorks, 3DExperience

Achievements

  • University Rank Holders
  • Winner of Inter and Intra collegiate Technical and Cultural events consistently .

Results and Placement

  • Consistent excellent results and University rankers
  • More than 85% Campus Placement

MOUs

  • CD-Adapco
  • Mahasainik Estate
  • 3DPLM (Dassault Systemes)
  • SKF
  • CADCAMGURU

HOD's Desk

'Career Building Through Core Engineering'

In the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the vibrant team of teaching and non teaching staff members work together to make our students ready and able to face and win the challenges of the dynamic advancements of technologies. Through twelve well equipped laboratories, the effective blend of experienced as well as young faculty strives to produce globally sustainable engineers to meet the challenges of modern day engineering.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers Savitribai Phule Pune University affiliated (four year, NBA accredited) Undergraduate degree course. The Department has an intake of 60 students at the undergraduate level (started in 1994).

We impart quality engineering education through sound theoretical knowledge, hands-on laboratory as well as computational skills and exposure to technological advances of the outside world. We are equipped with state of the art software and laboratories. This is well reflected in the success of our students as well as alumni in the fields of technology, management and entrepreneurship.

The teamwork of students, alumni, support staff and faculty will continue to be instrumental in the successful career building of our students.

Faculty and Staff

List of Faculty

No Name of Staff Designation Email ID
1 Dr U V Awasarmol Professor and Offg Head uvawasarmol@aitpune.edu.in , hodmech@aitpune.edu.in
2 Mr R S Verma Associate Professor rsverma@aitpune.edu.in
3 Mr V R Kulkarni Associate Professor and Wksp Suptdt vrkulkarni@aitpune.edu.in
4 Dr J D Patil Associate Professor jdpatil@aitpune.edu.in
5 Dr P M Purohit Associate Professor pmpurohit@aitpune.edu.in
6 Mr P V Dorlikar Assistant Professor pvdorlikar@aitpune.edu.in
7 Dr R B Gurav Assistant Professor rbgurav@aitpune.edu.in
8 Mr Y V Patel Assistant Professor yvpatel@aitpune.edu.in
9 Dr S M Gaikwad Assistant Professor smgaikwad@aitpune.edu.in
10 Mr A A Ramgude Assistant Professor aaramgude@aitpune.edu.in
11 Mr M B Phatangare Assistant Professor mphatangare@aitpune.edu.in
12 Mr R S Godse Assistant Professor rgodse@aitpune.edu.in
13 Dr Laxmikant D Jathar Assistant Professor laxmikantjathar@aitpune.edu.in
14 Ms Gouri Bhasale Assistant Professor gouribhasale@aitpune.edu.in

List of Staff

# Name of Staff Designation Email ID
1. Mr A G Jirgale Chargeman agjirgale@aitpune.edu.in
2. Mr E R Gargote Technical Assistant ergargote@aitpune.edu.in
3. Mr B D Sonawane Instructor bdsonawane@aitpune.edu.in
4. Mr M T Sankpal Mechanic mtsankpal@aitpune.edu.in
5. Mr S B Shikare Programmer sbshikare@aitpune.edu.in
6. Mr S H Karande Lab Assistant shkarande@aitpune.edu.in
7. Mr N V Barathe Lab Assistant nishadbarathe@aitpune.edu.in
Faculty Summary
Academic Year
2023-24
2022-23
2021-22
2020-21
2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17

Students Roll : AY 2024-25


Roll No Name of the Student
2201 ABHINAV S
2202 ADITYA RAJ YADAV
2203 AJAY THAKUR
2204 AKASH
2205 AMAN KUMAR
2206 AMIT KUMAR
2207 ANIRUDH PRATAP SINGH
2208 ANJALI SHARMA
2209 ANKIT KUMAR
2210 ANKIT SHARMA
2211 ATHARV PATIL
2212 AYUSH KUMAR
2213 CHIRAG KHATI
2214 DAL SINGH
2215 DURGESH KUMAR SINGH
2216 GAURAV KUMAR
2217 HARSH SINGH
2218 HARSH KUMAR DUBEY
2219 HARSHIT BALI
2220 HEMANT RAI
2221 HEMITA SUDAN
2222 JATIN KUMAR
2223 MANISH DANGI
2224 MANU
2225 MILLAN MAYURI PATRA
2226 MUKUL YADAV
2227 NAVTEJ SINGH (J&K)
2228 NITIN YADAV
2229 OM PRAKASH RAWAT
2230 PAWAN KUMAR DHAKAR
2231 PINKEY
2232 PIYUSH KUMAR
2233 PIYUSH KUMAR
2234 PIYUSH SAINI
2235 POOJA
2236 PRAPTI ARYA
2237 PRIYA
2238 RAHUL KHICHAR
2239 RAHUL SINGH SHEKHAWAT
2240 RAJANEESH KUMAR YADAV
2241 RAJVEER SINGH CHAMPAWAT
2242 RAKESH GHOSH
2243 RAYAN RAJI MATHEW
2244 RISHU RAJ
2245 ROHIT
2246 RUPANAGUDI RAVINDRA REDDY
2247 SACHIN KUMAR
2248 SANDEEP MONDAL
2249 SAURAB YADAV
2250 SHAMBHAVI SINGH
2251 SHIVAM SHARMA
2252 SHRAVAN DINESG SILEKAR
2253 SOHILA KAUR
2254 SUBHAJEET GHOSH
2255 SWASTIKA DANDAPAT
2256 TAMANARAPU HARITHA
2257 VISHNU.N V
2258 VIVEK KUMAR
2259 YASH KUMAR
2260 YUVRAJ SHANKAR VIBHUTE
Roll No Name of the Student
2301 ADITYA KUMAR
2302 ABHAY DWIVEDI
2303 ABHIRAM V
2304 ADITYA SINGH DEOPA
2305 ADITYA KUMAR
2306 AKSHAY SANDESH KAMBLE
2307 ANANT SHANDIL
2308 ANIKET ANIL PATIL
2309 ARIN DANGI
2310 ASHISH A KUMAR
2311 ATHARV KEDAR KADAM
2312 CHARAN KUMAR DOKKARI
2313 DEEPSHIKHA RAWAT
2314 GAJENDRA SINGH
2315 HEMANT KUMAR MISHRA
2316 HIMANSHU RAJ TIWARI
2317 JATIN PANDEY
2318 KRISHNA SHANKAR PANDEY
2319 LAKHAN
2320 LUCKY
2321 MOHAMMAD SOHAIL
2322 MUSKAN KUMARI
2323 NARENDER SINGH
2324 NIKHIL SINGH
2325 PARDEEP SINGH
2326 PRABHAT KUMAR
2327 PRERANA SUNIL JADHAV
2328 PRIYANKA CHAVAN
2329 PUSHPENDRA RATHORE
2330 RAJAT SINGH
2331 ROHIT KUMAR
2332 SAGAR KUMAR
2333 SAHIL
2334 SANDIPAN ROY
2335 SHAMBHAV KUMAR
2336 SHASHANK TRIPATHI
2337 SHAURYA SHEKATKAR
2338 SHIVAM
2339 SHIVANSH MISHRA
2340 SITANSU SEKHAR SWAIN
2341 SUBHAM TIWARI
2342 SUMIT KUMAR
2343 SURENDRA SINGH
2344 SUSHREE ARPITA NARENDRA
2345 TANIYA
2346 UDAY BHAN SINGH
2347 VIKRANT SINGH
2348 VINAY
2349 VIPIN KUMAR
2350 YASH SANTOSH JADHAV
Roll No Name of the Student
2401 AAKANSH AVASTHI
2402 ABHISHEK
2403 ABHISHEK KULHARI
2404 ALLAMRAJU ARUNKUMAR
2405 AMANDEEP SINGH
2406 ANIL SINGH TOMAR
2407 ARYAN KUMAR SHARMA
2408 AVINASH SINGH
2409 B BHAVANI
2410 GANGA
2411 GAURAV SINGH
2412 GOURAV KUMAR
2413 GURLEEN KOUR (J & K)
2414 HEMANT YADAV
2415 HIMANSHU
2416 HITANSHU RANA
2417 ISHA RANA
2418 K SRIKUMAR AYYANAR
2419 KEVIN VARGHESE
2420 KRISHNA MOHAN TRIPATHI
2421 KUMARI SONALI SINGH
2422 KUTAGOLLA LALITH PAVAN
2423 MAHENDRA KUMAR VISHNOI
2424 MAYANK MUDGAL
2425 MOHAN SINGH
2426 NEERAJ KUMAR KHANDAGRE
2427 NIKHEEL KUMAR
2428 PANKAJ RAI
2429 PARTHA SARATHI SENA
2430 PIYUSH KUMAR
2431 POOJA YADAV
2432 PRASHANT KUMAR CHAUHAN
2433 RAHUL JASPAL
2434 RAJ SINGH (M)
2435 RAJ VARDHAN SINGH (J & K)
2436 REGU TANUJA
2437 RITIKA
2438 ROHIT SINGH TANWAR
2439 RUTWEEK SOPAN PANSARE
2440 SAHIL DWIVEDI
2441 SAINATH KASHINATH BELAGE
2442 SHIV RAM
2443 SHIVAM KUMAR
2444 SIMRAN
2445 TANUJA NEGI
2446 V DINESH
2447 VIGNESH HARI B
2448 VIKASH
2449 VIKASH KUMAR
2450 VINAY PRATAP GIRI
2451 VIVEK YADAV
2452 WAIBHAV KUMAR
2453 YASWANT SINGH
2454 YUVRAJ SINGH

Result

Result Analysis



AIT Topper List

BE (MECH) 2022-23 Exam

Rank Name of the Student SGPA
1 Arindam Dey 9.31
2 Vedangi Pathak 8.91
3 Prakash 8.90

TE (MECH) 2022-23 Exam

Rank Name of the Student SGPA
1 Deeksha Singh 9.57
2 Harsha Poonia 9.45
3 Aditya Patel 9.10

SE (MECH) 2022-23 Exam

Rank Name of the Student SGPA
1 Isha Rana 7.95
2 Anil Singh Tomar 7.75
3 Vikash Kumar 7.57

Activities

Workshops/ Guest Lectures

Industrial Visits

Achievement and Messages

All BE mechanical students are required to register their project topics at the earliest, in consultation with their respective guides.

Achievements

Research and Development

Patents



Publications


MOUs

Sr. No. Academic Year Name of the organization with which the MoU is signed Year of Signing MoU Duration of MoU Link to the relative document
1 2018-19 3D PLM Software Solutions Limited Jul-16 3 years, After 3 years renew automatically MoU
2 2018-19 CADCAMGURU Solution Pvt Ltd Sep-17 01 Year MoU
3 2018-19 Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Dec-17 05 Years MoU
4 2023-24 MiTu Skillologies Pune Apr-24 01 Year MoU

Industry Institute Interaction

Internship(Industrial Training)

Placement Record

Year of Course Completion Number Registered Number placed Highest Salary Average Salary of all Students Placed
No % (in lakh) (in lakh)
2023-24 49 46 94 Rs 12.66 Rs 6.45
2022-23 56 52 95 Rs 13.66 Rs 10.15
2021-22 59 54 91.5 Rs 12.85 Rs 7.23
2020-21 55 38 70 Rs 10.00 Rs 4.25
2019-20 61 45 74 Rs 10.50 Rs 5.07
2018-19 48 37 77 Rs 7.00 Rs 4.94
2017-18 57 50 88 Rs 7.00 Rs 4.50
2016-17 46 39 85 Rs 7.00 Rs 4.60
2015-16 60 54 90 Rs 7.00 Rs 4.29

AAC and Dept Meeting Minutes

AAC Meeting Minutes
Academic Year Month
2023-24 Dec, 2023
2022-23 May, 2023
2021-22 Jun, 2022
2020-21 Dec, 2020
2019-20 Oct, 2019
2018-19 Dec, 2018


Departmental Meeting Minutes
Academic Year Date/Month
2022-23 23 Feb 2023
2020-21 5 Apr 2021
2020-21 22 Apr 2021
2020-21 18 May 2021

Laboratories

Thermal Engineering II

Thermal Engineering Lab II

Area of Laboratory: 90 sq. m.

Laboratory In-charge:

Dr P M Purohit (Associate Professor)

Lab /Technical Asst: Mr A G Jirgale

Equipment/Hardware: Multi-cylinder petrol engine test rig, Single cylinder diesel engine test rig (Computerized), Reciprocating air compressor, Bomb Calorimeter, Orsat apparatus, Cut-section of multi-cylinder engine

Practicals Conducted: Thermodynamics, Applied Thermodynamics, Energy Engineering

Utilization of Laboratory: Second and Final Year

SAE-AIT Fabrication Facility

Automobile Lab

Teams from this club work on All Terrain and Formula type vehicles designed and fabricated by them for SAE BAJA/SUPRA competitions

Club has been active since 2009

Area of Laboratory: 60 sq. m.

Faculty In-charge: Mr Pankaj Dorlikar (Assistant Professor)

Computer Aided Manufacturing

Computer Aided Manufacturing Lab

CNC machine (2-axis) used for manufacturing and demonstration of Computerized Numerical Control in machine tools

Area of Laboratory: 60 sq. m.

Laboratory In-charge: Mr Pankaj Dorlikar (Assistant Professor))

Equipment/Hardware: HMT CNC Lathe

Software: In-built G-code, M-code constructor, Abaqus software, Mastercam X18, MSC University Bundle, Hyperworks 17, Matlab 18, SAM 7.0,Catia V6, Star CCM+, Scilab, Anaconda Navigator (Python)

Practicals Conducted: CAD/CAM and Automation, Workshop Practices and Basic Mechanical Engineering

Utilization of Laboratory: First and Final Year

Fluid Engineering & Mechatronics Lab

Fluid Engineering Lab

Area of Laboratory: 181 sq. m

 

Faculty In-charge: Dr J D Patil (Associate Professor)

Lab /Technical Asst: Mr E R Gargote

Equipment/Hardware: Pelton wheel turbine, Francis turbine test rig, Kaplan turbine test rig, Variable speed centrifugal pump test rig, Gear pump test rig, Advanced pneumatic trainer, Impact of jet apparatus, Electrical analog apparatus, Bernoulli's apparatus, Reynolds's apparatus, Pipe friction apparatus, Advanced hydraulic trainer, Advanced Electro-Pneumatic trainer

Software: PLC

Practicals Conducted: Turbo Machinery, Mechatronics, Fluid power control Lab and Fluid Mechanics

Utilization of Laboratory: Second and Final Year

Heat Transfer and Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab

Heat Transfer & Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab

Area of Laboratory : 80 sq. m

Faculty In-charge : Mr. S M Gaikwad (Assistant Professor)

Lab/Technical Asst: Mr E R Gargote

Equipment/Hardware: Thermal conductivity of insulating power, Parallel flow counter flow heat exchanger, Emmisivity apparatus, Pin fin loosing heat in natural convection, Forced convection apparatus, Natural convection apparatus, Critical heat flux apparatus, Heat conduction from composite wall, Thermo couple calibration set up, Stefan Boltzmann apparatus, Thermal conductivity of metal rod apparatus

Practicals Conducted: Heat Transfer, Basic Mechanical Engineering

Utilization of Laboratory: First (All Branches) and Third Year


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