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OVERVIEW

The department of mechanical engineering was established in the year 2012 along with the inception of the institute itself. The pilot program was B. Tech. with an approved intake of 60 students. The department got another feather with the commencement of Diploma program in the year 2014. With a fully dedicated building for workshop and the other state-of-the –art laboratories the department boasts of an ambience of academic excellence, healthy competitive mind-set for self-development and along-with a pursuit for success and survival among the budding engineers.

OBJECTIVES

  • Teaching faculties with diverse backgrounds from Research, Academics and Industry and with high level educational institute alma maters (IITs, NITs, JU, IIEST & NITTTR etc.) inculcate resilient attitude of self-confidence among the students to work anywhere across the globe as efficient Team Members. All the technical assistants are industry experienced to pass on the effective skills to the students within and beyond the curriculum.
  • The department has all the laboratories to cater the need of the curriculum and organizes time to time hands on workshops, seminars and industrial visits to make the students acquainted with the cutting edge technology.
  • The department has a tradition of long sessions of faculty mentor-student informal interactions to make them sort out the problems in both academic and personal life and grow up as an efficient contributor to the society.
  • Though the department recommends the motto “Industry Job Experience is foremost after Degree” it encourages selected students aiming for higher education & research.

VISION

To emerge as a globally competent “Centre of Excellence” offering Technical Education and Research opportunities to develop self-reliant, knowledgeable, innovative and motivated professionals, capable of contributing towards the society.

MISSION

To achieve the long term vision the department will continuously strive to execute the following actions.

  • Supportive nurturement towards smooth transition from school level to professional level course and mind-set in both diploma and degree students
  • To help inculcate a strong attitude of discipline and self-confidence to tackle the broadness and multi-dimensionality of mechanical engineering subjects.
  • To develop a deep rooted keenness among the students to learn and respect the practical and professional skills throughout the career
  • To impart etiquette and ethics in on ambience of healthy competition so that the flag bearers can adapt to work in a professionally competitive global environment
  • To make students aware of the diverse options in the field of engineering and the pursuit of excellence in the various domains though perseverance
Mr. Goutam Chandra Karar
TIC, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Techno India-Batanagar.

MESSAGE

Ever since the establishment of this institution, our primary goal for undergraduate students is to train future leaders with high-quality engineering education. The aim of department of Mechanical Engineering is to disseminate knowledge and technologies through quality teaching, research and its applications in mechanical and allied disciplines. In our creative and attractive curriculum, we strive to assimilate the latest developments in mechanics, dynamics, thermo-fluid, energy, and manufacturing.

Our dedicated faculties are from world renowned universities grows our leading-edge research programs in dynamics, energy, thermo-fluids, design & manufacturing, and control etc. We strive to ensure that all our young students have a strong education with leadership, management and teaming skills, internship experience, and involvement in student activities. We entrust that accentuating these areas will make our young students well-qualified to take leadership roles in the future.

Mechanical engineers develop state-of-the-art technologies and exhilarating solutions for the mankind. We attempt to provide our students with a cheerful, productive and satisfying experience at all levels of their program of studies to explore the amazing world of mechanical engineering.

With this, we welcome you all to Mechanical Engineering at Techno India Batanagar.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

PEO-1:
Mechanical graduates will have sound fundamental technical knowledge and will be capable to develop core competency in diversified areas such as Production, Design, Thermal and Industrial Engineering.

PEO-2:
Graduates capable of using software tools related to core and applied areas of their discipline to expand their knowledge horizon beyond books and to equip them with industrial and experimental practices. This is in addition to focussing on problem solving, decision making skills, contributing to overall personality and career development.

PEO-3:
Graduates will have to improve team building, team working and leadership skills along with ethical values.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs):

PSO 1:
To apply knowledge of mathematics such as multi-variable calculus, Differential equations in science and engineering to demonstrate ability to identify, formulate and solving mechanical engineering problems.

PSO 2:
To use modern engineering tools, software and equipment to analyze problems and to provide mechanical engineering solutions to environment friendly and sustainable development

PSO 3:
To communicate effectively in both verbal and written form, to build up confidence for self development and ability for life-long learning.

Courses Offered

Course Seats Duration
B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering 60 4 Years
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 60 3 Years

SYLLABUS LINKS FOR B-TECH

http://www.wbut.ac.in/syllabus/1st_Year_B.Tech_Syllabus_Revised_18.08.10.pdf

http://www.wbut.ac.in/syllabus/ME_Final_Upto_4th_Year%20Syllabus_04.06.13.pdf

SYLLABUS LINK FOR DIPLOMA

http://webscte.org/Syllabus.html

TECHNO INDIA BATANAGAR

Faculty Member:

SL.NO

NAME OF FACULTY

DESIGNATION

DATE OF JOINING

HIGHEST QUALIFICATION

1.

Mr. GOUTOM CHANDRA KARAR

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

25.07.2014

M.E

2.

Mr. BHASKAR ROY

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

06.07.2015

M.E

3.

Mr. SOMESWER DEY

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

15.07.2015

M.TECH

4.

Mr. BIJAN MALLICK

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

21.04.2017

M.E

5.

Mr. APURBA DAS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

02.05.2017

M.TECH

6.

Mr. PRAKASH GUPTA

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

10.07.2017

M.TECH

7.

Mr. PRASENJIT PAL

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

14.07.2017

M.E

8.

Mr. KAZI SAYEED TANBIR

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

29.12.2017

M.TECH

9.

Mr. PINAKI DAS

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

29.12.2017

M.TECH

10.

Mr. PRASENJIT MONDAL

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

29.12.2017

M.TECH

 

TECHNO INDIA BATANAGAR

Technical Assistant:

1

Mr. SAJAL DEBROY

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

15.07.2012

ITI

2

Mr. NIRMAL CHANDRA HALDER

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

03.09.2013

ITI

3

Mr. PRASUN MULLICK

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

02.02.2017

DIPLOMA

The Department has following Laboratory Facilities:

1. FIRST YEAR WORKSHOP (CARPENTRY, MACHINING, FITTING, FORGING, WELDING, SHEET METAL WORKING)

2. SECOND YEAR WORKSHOP (MOULDING, FORGING, ADVANCED WELDING, ADVANCED MACHINING)

3. APPLIED MECHANICS LABORATORY

4. FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY

5. MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY (ADVANCED MOULDING, ADVANCED METALLURGY, NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING)

6. MATERIAL TESTING LABORATORY

7. FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULICS LABORATORY

8. APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS & HEAT TRANSFER LABORATORY

9. DYNAMICS OF MACHINES LABORATORY

10. METROLOGY & MEASUREMENT LABORATORY

11. MACHINING & MACHINE TOOLS LAB

12. I C ENGINES LABORATORY

13. REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING LABORATORY

14. ADVANCED MANUFACTURING LABORATORY (CNC TURNING AND MILLING)

15. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND DRAWING LABORATORY AND CENTRE OF CADD EXCELLENCE


ADVANCED MANUFACTURING LABORATORY CNC TURNING AND MILLI

APPLIED_MECHANICS LABORATORY

APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS & HEAT TRANSFER LABORATORY

DYNAMICS OF MACHINES LABORATORY

FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULICS LABORATORY

METROLOGY & MEASUREMENT & MACHINING & MACHINE TOOLS LAB-BR

REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING LABORATORY

Hands on workshop on "AEROMODELLING 1" 6th March 2017 to 7th March 2017

An Industrial visit to “Vectra Engineering Private Ltd” , Kolkata, 8th November 2017

Hands on workshop and National Level competition on "ROBOTICS" 8th February 2016

A seminar on “Recent trends in manufacturing and career opportunities 1” Speakers: Mr. Aloke Mukherjee and Sandipan Chakraborty, 8th April 2016

Publications/Conferences/Books

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS (BIJAN MALLICK)

[1]B. Mallick, B.Doloi, B.Bhattacharyya and B.R.Sarkar, Investigations into Travelling Wire Electrochemical Discharge Machining Process, Procedings of All India Manufacturing Technology, Design and Research , Vol. 1, 480-486, December13-15,2012

[2] Mallick, B., Biswas, S., Sarkar, B. R., Doloi, B. and Bhattacharyya, B. “Investigations into Performance Characteristics of Electrochemical Discharge Micro Machining Process” Proceedings of An International Conference on, PRECISION, MESO, MICRO AND NANO ENGINEERING, Vol. 1, 386-391, DECEMBER 13-15, 2013, COPEN8

[3] Mallick, B., Biswas, S., Sarkar, B. R., Doloi, B. and Bhattacharyya, B. “Experimental Investigation on ECDM during Micro Channel Cutting on Glass” An International Conference on, proceedings of PRECISION, MESO, MICRO AND NANO ENGINEERING, Vol. 1, 379-385, December 13-15, 2013, COPEN8

[4] Mallick, B., Sarkar, B. R., Doloi, B. and Bhattacharyya, B “Parametric Analysis of Travelling Wire-Electrochemical Discharge Machining Process.” REASON-A Technical Journal [ISSN 2277-1654], Paper ID 9-2013 AM-SP, 2014

[5] Mallick, B., Sarkar, B. R., Doloi, B. and Bhattacharyya, B, “Multi criteria optimization of Electrochemical Discharge Micro-Machining Process during micro-channel generation on glass” "International Journal of Applied Mechanics and Materials, Swizerland, 2014

[6] Mallick, B., MN Ali, Sarkar, B. R., Doloi, B. and Bhattacharyya, B “Parametric Analysis of Electrochemical Discharge micro-Machining Process during profile generation on glass.” Proceedings of All India Manufacturing Technology, Design and Research, AIMTDR 13-15 December, 2014

[7] B. Mallick, ,B. R.Sarkar, B. Doloi and B. Bhattacharyya, “Effects of process variants on ECDM performances during micro-channel cutting on Glass” 16-18 Dec.AIMTDR2016

[8] B. Mallick, ,B. R.Sarkar, B. Doloi and B. Bhattacharyya “Analysis of Electrochemical Discharge Machining during Micro-Channel Cutting on Glass”. International Journal of Precision Technology, Inderscience, UK, 2017.

[9] B. Mallick, R.M.Tayade B. R.Sarkar, B. Doloi and B. Bhattacharyya, “Investigation on the Effects of Process Variables during Micro-Channel Cutting on Glass by ECDM Process”,Special Issue on Micro-manufacturing of the Int. Journal of Precision Technology (IJPTech)

[10] B. Mallick, ,B. R.Sarkar, B. Doloi and B. Bhattacharyya, “Modeling and Application of Electro-chemical Discharge Micro-Machining Process:, Materials and Manufacturing Processes, Taylors and Francis. (Under Review)

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS (G C KARAR )

1. Goutam Chandra Karar and Nipu Modak “Experimental Investigation of aluminum doping crumb rubber/epoxy composite in reciprocating motion” Journal of Communications Technology, Electronics and Computer Science, ISSN: 2457-905X, Issue 3, 2015.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS (Someswar Dey )

1.Someswer Dey and Nirmal Kumar Mandal, "Predicative Modelling and Optimization of Cutting Tool Life and Machine Vibration for making a Poppet Valve", International Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical and Computer Technology (IJMEC), PISSN:2411-6173-EISSN:2305-0543,Volume-6(20),April 2016,pp.2829-2840

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