Mechanical Engineering envisages the development, design, manufacturing and maintenance of machinery. The present age demands Mechanical Engineering specialists who have the capacity of adaptability and creativity in the new technical areas. Mechanical Engineers should have knowledge not only in their own specialized fields but also in wide interdisciplinary fields as well. To meet the above requirements Mechanical Engineering department offers the UG course in Mechanical Engineering.

The department has following laboratories, well equipped with modern equipments

  • I.C. Engines and Thermodynamics
  • Metallurgy
  • Metrology and Quality Control
  • Heat Transfer
  • Theory of Machines
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • Mechanical Measurements
  • Automatic Control Systems
  • Work Shop
The department has conducted a few software training workshops for engineering teachers and students.

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 organisation, 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 subassemblies required for large industries. In agricultural sector, mechanical engineers play a vital role by establishing service centres for maintenance of tractors, oil engines, pump sets, electric motors and other agricultural equipments.


Sr. Name Designation/Dept Qualification Experience Publication Area of Specialization Image
Teaching Industry
1 Prof. MANTRI S G (H.O.D.) A.P. HOD Ph.D* 25 2 IJ: 01, IC: 02, NC: 02 Quality Cost, CAD
2 Prof. DHARNE B V Asso. Prof. & Principal M.E. 24 IJ:02 O.R., SQC
3 Prof. KHATOD N B Asso. Prof. M.E. 30 NC: 02 Drawing, CAD,
4 Prof. ANKULGE U A A.P. M.E. 30 Material Engg.
5 Prof. KASBE V G Asst. Prof. Ph.D* 18 IC: 01 Thermal Science
6 Prof. SWAMI M C Asst. Prof. M.E. 18 IJ: 14, NC: 02 CAD/CAM, Thermal
7 Prof. SAGARE R M A.P. M.E.* 18 Design Refrigeration
8 Prof. PEDDE A N A.P. M.E, Ph.D* 18 3 NC:01 Mfg. Process Engg.
9 Prof. BEMBALKAR S M Asst. Prof. M. Tech 10 2 Thermal
10 Prof. SAMSHETTE S M Asst. Prof. M.E, M.M.S.* 3 2 IJ: 04 Machine Design
11 Prof. TODKARI T K Asst. Prof. M.E. 5 IJ: 04 Machine Design
12 Prof. MAHAJAN S B Asst. Prof. M.E. 5 IJ: 03 Machine Design

Student Corner

Mechanical Engineering Students Association

Designation Name
President Ashtoorkar Abhishek G
Vice President Shinde Akash A
Treasurer Wakade Bharat B
Joint Treasurer Kulkarni Yogesh D
Secretary Hortikar Ritesh R
Joint Secretary Barbole Sujit S
Ladies Representtive Suryawanshi Pooja S