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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DEPARTMENT VISION

To impart state of the art quality Mechanical Engineering education and create competent professionals.

DEPARTMENT MISSION

  • Imparting engineering education through experienced faculty, good infrastructure and systematic teaching learning process.
  • Providing an environment for the application of gained knowledge to design and develop products for industries and research activities.
  • Promoting high standards of professional ethics and accountability..

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Mechanical Engineering branch at Canara Engineering College was started in the year 2004 with an intake of 60, presently increased to 120. Mechanical Engineering is one of the broadest engineering disciplines.

The curriculum prepares a student for a wide variety of technical and professional areas having their roots in Mechanical Engineering - areas as diverse as Aeronautics, Aerospace, Power generation, Energy conversion and conservation, Transportation, Manufacturing, Product Design, Robotics and controls and others.

FROM THE DESK OF DEPARTMENT HEAD

"Mechanical Engineering Department is one of the active and most happening departments in CEC. It is one of the very few departments around Mangalore that has the Industrial CNC machining facilities, two in number. A team of two Professors, five Associate Professors and 19 Assistant Professors are totally dedicated with a Drive for total Quality Education. To meet such a drive the Department has introduced additional labs on advanced material testing, CNC hands on, Dissection lab, and Bio diesel Processing lab, with an objective to provide the practical exposure to students. The Department is organizing many Workshops and Faculty Development Programmes in variety of domains for the benefit of Students and Faculty. The Department has also developed the infrastructure required to build ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) and Go Kart under the title ‘CEC Motorsports’. Outcome based education (OBE), Industrial Internships and Makers Space are new areas where the Department is working to reduce the gap between the academia and Industry."

Dr. B. Krishna Prabhu

M.Sc.,HDSE,M.Tech, Ph.D,MISTE

H.O.D MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT

PEO's and PO's

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Graduates of Mechanical Engineering program will:

  1. Be capable of applying relevant skills of basic sciences, engineering design and modeling, manufacturing, management etc. learnt in the programme to their professional career.
  2. Strengthen themselves, using the infrastructure at their disposal, to get placed in the areas of their interest, enter into higher education and take up research assignments so as to meet the challenges of engineering world.
  3. Be able to develop communication skills, professional personality and ethical values that will mould them into good human beings, responsible citizens and competent professionals.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Engineering graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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 SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

  1. Capability to assess and solve mechanical and interdisciplinary engineering problems to meet needs of the society.
  2. Possesses adequate interpersonal skills to solve managerial and technical issues.

FACILITIES

The department of Mechanical Engineering was started in the year 2004 with a sole aim to impart quality education to students in the field of Mechanics, Thermal Engineering, Manufacturing, Material Science, Design, Management and Maintenance of mechanical systems and interdisciplinary areas like Mechatronics, CAD/CAM, Automation, and Control Engineering. The department is equipped with well furnished classrooms with LCD projectors and department Library.



Basic Workshop

In this lab students study about various tools, fitting work, sheet metal work and welding.

Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • Bench Vice
  • Leg Vice
  • Arc welding machine
  • Fitting tools
  • Sheet metal tools
  • Welding tools.

Computer Aided Engineering Drawing Lab

    This lab with high end computers and drafting package is devoted for training first year students in computer aided drafting.






Computer Aided Machine Drawing Lab

    In this lab students study about 2-D and 3-D Drawings of fasteners like bolt and nut, couplings, Keys and joints, rivets, thread forms and 3-D assembly drawings of different Machine Elements.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • 81 computers with high end configurations
  • Installed Solid Edge Software.

Machine Shop

    In this lab students study about various machining operations using Lathe, drilling, milling, shaping, grinding machines.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • Lathes
  • Milling machines
  • Drilling machines
  • Grinding machines
  • shaping machine
  • CNC Lathes.


Foundry and Forging Lab

    In this lab students study about various foundry and forging process, measurement of various parameters of foundry sand etc.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • Permeability tester
  • Sand siever
  • Moisture content testing machine
  • Ovens
  • Furnaces
  • different types of Dies
  • Moulding boxes.

Metallography and Material Testing Lab

    In this lab students study about various properties of metals using testing equipments like Universal Testing Machine, Hardness Testing Machines, Wear Testing Machine, Impact Testing Machine, Metallographic Studies etc.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • Brinell
  • Vicker
  • Rockwell Hardness Tester
  • Impact Tester
  • Wear tester
  • Universal Testing Machine
  • Micro hardness tester
  • Microscope
  • Heat Treatment Furnace.

Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Lab

    This lab covers study of various measuring methods, equipments and tools used in Industries.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • Accelerometer
  • Calibration of Thermocouple
  • Oscillator
  • Indicator
  • Load Cell
  • LVDT Amplifier
  • Gear Tooth Vernier Caliper
  • Bore Dial Gauge
  • Sine Bar/Sine Center
  • Slip gauges.

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Lab

    This lab covers the study of various performance characteristics, measurements of flow using various methods and instruments.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • Francis Turbine Test Rig
  • Kaplan Turbine Test Rig
  • Pelton Wheel Test Rig
  • Gear Pump Test Rig
  • Impact of Jet on vane Test Rig
  • Friction in Pipes Test Rig
  • Single Stage Centrifugal Pump Test Rig
  • Multistage Centrifugal Pump Test Rig
  • V-Notch, Venturimeter, Orifice meter
  • Blower, Compressor.

Energy Conversion Engineering Lab

    This lab deals with the study of various performance characteristics of Internal Combustion Engines like 2 stroke, 4 stroke petrol, diesel engines, analysis and other tests related to energy conversion engineering.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • Bomb Calorimeter/Boys Calorimeter, Orsat Apparatus
  • Cloud and Pour Point Apparatus
  • Abel Pensky Flash and Fire Point Apparatus
  • Pensky Martin Flash and Fire Point Apparatus
  • Redwood Viscometer, Saybolt Viscometer
  • Torsion Viscometer
  • Air cooled and water cooled Petrol Engines
  • Diesel Engines, Variable Compression Engine
  • Twin Cylinder Diesel Engine (Morse Test), Planimeter.

Heat and Mass Transfer Lab

    This lab deals with the study of various performance characteristics of Heat and Mass Transfer equipments like Air Conditioner, Refrigeration, Heat flow analysis etc.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • Forced Convection Apparatus, Pin-fin Apparatus
  • Free or Natural Convection Apparatus
  • Parallel flow and Counter flow Heat Exchangers
  • Thermal Conductivity Apparatus
  • Stefan Boltzman Apparatus, Emissivity Apparatus
  • Heat Flux Measurement
  • Vapour Compression Refrigeration Apparatus
  • Air Conditioning Test Rig.

Design Lab

    This lab deals with the study of various design aspects like Vibration, Balancing, Whirling of Shaft, Bearings, Gyroscopic Systems, Physical Stress Analysis Methods etc.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • Gyroscopic Set up, Journal Bearing Test Rig
  • Equipment for studying Whirling of Shaft
  • Static and Dynamic Balancing Machine
  • Porter and Hartnell Governor
  • Pressure Variation Measurement Equipment
  • Torque Measurement Equipment, Strain Rosettes.

Computer Aided Modeling and Analysis Lab

    In this lab students are taught how to do Finite Element Analysis for any structural members which are exposed to different types of load like, Axial, Transverse & inclined Load, Temperature in the material, Stress analysis and Vibration analysis.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

    35 Computers with Ansys V12 software installed.


Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab:

    In this lab students learn about how to write CNC part programming of turning, drilling and milling operations and to do Simulation. Using CAM software to create model and do sequence of machining operation and generate CNC part program.

    Major Facilities/Equipments:

  • G35 Computers with EdgeCAM and CADEM softwares installed.

Dissection lab

    The Department has also initiated Dissection lab of which the main objectives are:

    • Implement ‘Technical Training Programme’, a proprietary teaching and education programme in Engineering and Technology
    • Provide training and education to students and faculty members of Institutes and Engineering Colleges.
    • Hands-on practical sessions on the most scientific way of repair, maintenance and servicing of vehicles
    • Create research facilities
    • Organise Student training program (STP),workshops and seminars.

CNC Hands-on Lab

In this lab in addition to regular curriculum the students will learn to write program and execute the same on machines for several turning operations like plain, step, groove, contour turning, external thread cutting and drilling in CNC Turning Center. Similarly face milling, slot milling, end milling, pocket milling and contour milling operations inCNC Vertical Machining Center.

Major Facilities/Equipment:

  • CNC Turning center – Jobber Junior (ACE Designers Ltd.)
  • CNC Vertical Machining Center – VM 300 (TAL Manufacturing Solution Ltd.)

Advanced Materials Lab

Material Science is one of the prime importance field in mechanical engineering. Microstructure and hardness are important properties which govern the behaviour of materials. The current laboratory syllabus is designed to improve the technical skill of students in material microstructure and micro-Vicker's hardness study.


ACADEMIC DETAILS

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers 4 years B.E course and presently has an intake of 120.

This programme offers the students with the theory and practical courses in the areas of Engineering Design, Thermodynamics, Material Science, Manufacturing Engineering, Engineering Management and others. The Department offers the students with many elective subjects. The Department is backed by a number of state of the art Laboratories such as Computer Aided Engineering Drawing Lab, Computer Aided Machine Drawing Lab, Computer Aided Modeling & Analysis Lab and Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab, well established basic laboratories such as Basic Workshop Practice, Design Lab, Material Testing Lab, Foundry & Forging Lab, Machine Shop, Mechanical Measurements & Metrology Lab, Heat Transfer Lab, Energy Conversion Lab with full fledged facilities.

The Department is committed to impart quality education to students and encourages the students to undergo Internships and offers Industrial Visits to make the students industry ready. In order to meet these requirements and orient the students, the department has initiated additional labs like Dissection Lab, CNC lab and Advanced Materials lab. Further the department also organises In-House Symposium to boost the confidence and communication skills in students. For the benefit of students the department organises many Workshops in association with reputed academics like I.I.T Mumbai etc. The industrial visits are organised from I year to promote interaction with industries. The department has initiated 'Innovate', the National conference for the benefit of students. The students are provided with SAP-MM training for better placement opportunities in core mechanical industries.

Annual Intake:- 120

FACULTIES

TEACHING FACULTIES

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Dr. B Krishna Prabhu

Professor & HOD

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Dr. N. Venkatesh

Professor

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Dr. N. Satheesh Kumar

Associate Professor

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Dr.Ravindra Mallya

Assistant Professor

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Nagesh C Kamath

Associate Professor

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Ramesh S Desai

Associate Professor

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Paramashivaiah B.M

Associate Professor

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Niranjan Rai

Assistant Professor

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Sandesh Kumar Rai G.

Assistant Professor

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Satish S Nadig

Assistant Professor

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Naveen Amrut Kalal

Assistant Professor

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Prashanth Kamath

Sr. Lecturer

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Narayanaswamy R

Assistant Professor

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Prashantha M.V

Assistant Professor

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Rohit Jayaraja Acharya

Assistant Professor

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Srinivas Shenoy P

Assistant Professor

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Ajith Joshi

Assistant Professor

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Vasantha Kumar S.N

Assistant Professor

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Sandeep S

Assistant Professor

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Sandesh Kamath

Assistant Professor

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Shreenath

Assistant Professor

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Sunil Kumar B.V

Assistant Professor

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Avinash Hegde

Assistant Professor

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Vijeth P S

Assistant Professor

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Medha Bidarahalli

Assistant Professor

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Vinod Kumar M.V

Assistant Professor

TECHNICAL STAFF

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Sadashiva Acharya B

Foreman

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Jathin Shenoy

Foreman

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Ganesh Moger

Lab Instructor

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Subrahmanya V

Lab Instructor

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Karthick

Lab Instructor

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Chethan

Lab Instructor

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Rajashekar A

Lab Instructor

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Durga Das

Mechanic

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Nagesha

Mechanic

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Sudhakar

Mechanic

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B. Janardhana

Attender

Alumni interaction with SAE- mechanical students by Mr. Kiran Pai (24-01-2019)

He was graduated from our college in the year of 2016 in Mechanical Engineering. In this visit specially he was interacted with our SAE Baja team. He has provided useful information regarding construction of vehicle, safety precautions and testing methods before going for the competition. He also provided some needful ideas to solve problems while participating any competitions and problems faced by them when they participated in SAE competition.


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ORIENTATION PROGRAM (23-01-2019)

The main objective of the this orientation program is to convey different activities , norms of the department.


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Technical Training For 2nd Year Mechanical Students by Q Spider (CAN Code : Basic – Phase 1) (19-01-2019)


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Six days hands on workshop on "Autocad and Solid works for Computer aided Engineering Drawing and Computer Aided Machine Drawing" (04-01-2019)

The whole idea of the hands on workshop was to train the faculties on autocad and solidworks platform which could be employed in the regular curriculum to impart knowledge to the students and make them industry ready by bridging the gap between industry and academia. Mr. prathvi briefed about the importance and use of these software's in the industry and how they could be connected to the regular curriculum. The remaining 5 days were completely hands on for all the enrolled faculties right from the basics of CAED and CAMD and concluding with a test for 100 marks. All the basics related to curriculum and industry were dealt with during the hands on session.


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IN HOUSE SYMPOSIUM (28-11-2018)

Department of mechanical engineering organised one day in-house symposium on 28.11.2018. All the students of mechanical Engg. Participated in this event. Student’s participation was well appreciated.students presented micro project carried during OBE.


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Alumni interaction with final year mechanical students by Mr. Praveen Shenoy (31-10-2018)

He was interacted with final year mechanical students and discussed about job opportunities in petrochemical industries. He was also stressed about importance of undergoing some software courses in academic period and after their graduation.He got this job opportunity based on course of Auto-cad and Catia.


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Alumni interaction with first year mechanical students by Mr. Srinivas shetty K (03-10-2018)

He was graduated in the year of 2016 and present working in Amazon. He had interacted with first year mechanical students. He was discussed about importance of communication skill and presentation skill. He was encouraged our mechanical students by discussing about various job opportunities in IT field and modern digital marketing sector.


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Alumni interaction with final year mechanical students by Mr. Anush (16-08-2018)

He was graduated in mechanical engineering in the year of 2009. Now he is working in Denmark based ship as engineer grade III. He explained about basic requirements to get into ship management training and institutions which offer this type of training. He also discussed about criteria of promotion from engineer grade V to engineer grade III,necessity of attending the certified courses.


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KSCST FINAL EVAUALTION 2018 (10-08-2018)

•The project has been funded by KSCST , successfully evaluated for midterm evaluation and selected for final presentation at Bapuji Institue of Technology ,Davengere The project was guided by Prof. Prashanth Kamath, department of mechanical engineering, Canara engineering college, Benjanapadvu. •The team comprised of Karthik NS,Dhanush,Kiran,Deekishith •scientist from IISc has evaluated the project thoroughly and advised how to carry forward the Product for next level of commerisilaising .


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KSCST mid term evaluation (25-05-2018)

•The project has been funded by KSCST and successfully evaluated for midterm evaluation. The project was guided by Prof. Prashanth Kamath, department of mechanical engineering, Canara engineering college, Benjanapadvu. •The team comprised of Deekshith M G, Dhanush P Nayak, Karthik N S and Kiran N. •The team has been selected for the final phase evaluation to be held at Bapuji Institute of engineering and technology, Davangere.


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“SRISHTI-2018” A state level project exhibition and competition (22-05-2018)

•About 300 final year projects belonging to different branches of engineering had participated in this event. •Out of which four mechanical projects from our college had attended the event. •Several industrial experts visited our project booth and gave new ideas and suggestions for improvement. •During the expo, around nearly 75 to 80 visited our booth including students and adults. •One among the four teams of our college won a consolation prize in the competition.


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PROJECT EXHIBITION (14-05-2018)

It was a Project Exhibition of final year Mechanical Students and nearly 34 projects were displayed. The students of various semesters and from other branches are visited and upgraded their knowledge. Many of the projects are well appreciated by the experts.


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Can Tech- Summer of Codes 2018- Contraption (14-05-2018)

Intra College Tech Fest. Contraption is a combination of different mechanism to attain certain task. Contraption is a combination of different mechanism to attain certain task *Maximum of 3 members in a team Task 1) burst a balloon filled with air (10 marks) Task 2) blow off the candle (15 marks) Task 3) put a can into a dustbin (10 marks) Task 4) to hit a arrow around three concentric circle (20 -25-30) (20 marks)


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Can Tech- Summer of Codes 2018- Water Rocket (14-05-2018)

Intra-College Technical Fest. Get the Rocket roaring with FLUID to empower it.


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Can Tech- Summer of Codes 2018- Pencil Bridge (14-05-2018)


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Can Tech- Summer of Codes 2018- Tech Jenga (14-05-2018)

Intra- College Technical Fest. *2members in a team *Components will be provided. *No of round will be 3 *Use of materials other then provided will lead to elimination *The game ends if the tower falls while judging *Build the highest tower with a stack of wooden pieces, cups and sticks. *Round 1 is simple whoever’s tower is tall will qualify for second round, time 20mins *Round 2 only 8 participants will be selected Adding extra components whoever’s tower is tall will be declared as winner


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Can Tech- Summer of Codes 2018- RC Building and Racing (14-05-2018)

Intra- College Tech Fest Building of RC Vehicles and driving them through the track prepared with minimal deviation and damage to the vehicle within the stipulated time.


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Can Tech- Summer of Codes 2018- Mini Project and Project Exhibition (14-05-2018)

Exhibition and Competition of Mini Projects and Major Projects for students of all semesters.Evaluation was done by department faculty.


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Can Tech- Summer of Codes 2018- Theme based Collage Making (14-05-2018)

Intra- College Tech Fest Theme was provided to participants at the spot of the event(Save Earth). Students were required to prepare a collage that exhibited the theme. The collages were published on notice board later.


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Krishnanand Kamath (11-05-2018)

He had interacted with Pre-final year mechanical students and discussed about the importance of doing internship in reputed concerns. He also stressed about need and involvement in final year projects, nature of work in JSW and preparations required to face interviews.


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Mr. Abhishek B (11-05-2018)

He had interacted with pre-final year mechanical students and explained about his organization and their products. Now he is looking for higher studies in Germany and making preparation for the same.


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Automobia- workshop on Automobiles (10-05-2018)

This workshop is related to hands on experience in automobiles. This includes correlating theory knowledge with practical. In this one day workshop focused on basics of an automobiles and brief information about advanced technology used in automobiles. The practical work is carried out in our energy conversion and DI-section lab. Here students are involved in the work of dismantling and assembling of automobile components. Finally some quiz activities has been conducted.


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IN HOUSE SYMPOSIUM (09-05-2018)

Department of mechanical engineering organised one day in-house symposium on 09.05.2018. All the students of mechanical Engg. Participated in this event. Student’s participation was well appreciated.


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Workshop on Bio diesel (05-05-2018)

The objective of the workshop is to impart a basic knowledge of green energy technology, where main focus on synthesis of bio diesel from non edible oils and animal fats. A hands on laboratory session was organised so that participants are exposed to biochemistry of bio diesel synthesis


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FAMILIRISATION OF THERMAL POWER PLANT (05-05-2018)

1.TO KNOW DIFFERNT PROCESS INVOVED IN POWER GENERATION LIKE WATER TEREATMENT, COAL HANDLING, COOLING TOWER, ESP, TURBINE HOUSE BY VISIT TO POWER PLANT 2.DIFFERNT TERMINOLGY INVOVED (DEMINERILISATION, EVOPRATION RATE, PCB, PPM ETC ) BY INTERACTION WITH POWER PLANT PERSONNEL 3.TO KNOW DIFFERNT DEARTMENT AND THIER CORDINATION IN POWER PLANT 4.TO INERACTIVE WITH PERSONNEL OF POWER PLANT FOR NON TECHNICAL ISSUES LIKE ISSUES REALTED TO LOCAL COUMMUNITY AND ITS SOLUTION 5. TO CREATE GOOD FOUNDATION FOR CLASS ROOM WORKSHOP


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Vinyas Shetty (02-05-2018)

He had interacted with pre-final year mechanical students and discussed about job opportunities in piping field, pre- requisites for this jobs. He discussed about piping course and knowledge of software i.e piping layout,smart plant, PDMS,ASME31.3,ASME 31.1, STRESS and CEASAR . He mentioned about nature of work, method of selection in piping field.


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Sandeep B K (30-04-2018)

He had interacted with Pre-final year students and discussed about company profile and products manufacturing. He got that job through 'Job fair',hence he explained about selection procedure in off-campus method. He stressed about importance of some engineering subject related to his field.


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Hrishikesh Kamath (30-04-2018)

He was graduated in the year of 2012 in Mechanical Engineering and he got 6th rank in VTU exam. He had discussed about method of learning to get succeed in academic. He discussed about job opportunities for mechanical engineers in software and in Infosys. He also discussed about nature of work in Infosys.


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Madhav Shenoy (30-04-2018)

He had discussed about difficulties are faced by him while starting up a new concern. He told about the importance of taking training and internship in any manufacturing concern. He also discussed about importance of CNC in present manufacturing field.


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Alumni interaction with final year mechanical students by Mr.P. Amithash Prabhu (13-04-2018)

Our alumni Mr.Amithash Prabhu was graduated from the mechanical engineering in the year of 2012. Since 2012 he was working as a HVAC engineer in Abroad. Today he was interacted with our final year mechanical students and suggested to get basic knowledge about engineering, importance of conducting of experiments in various labs. He was explained about present scenario of job opportunities in Abroad. He told about the importance of NBA and benefits of NBA accredited colleges.


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Anuraag Nair and Vigneshwar Nayak (25-03-2018)

Alumni Mr. Anuraag Nair and Mr.Vigneshwar nayak was graduated from mechanical engineering in the year of 2014. Then they were joined Anglo Eastern ship management. They interacted with our pre-final students and explained about selection procedure for the Anglo Eastern. They discussed about working nature in ship and packages offered by the company. They also mention about what are the safety points and first aid procedure to be considered during any emergency. They clearly distinguished about jobs in IT sector and in ships.


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Lochan K.P (20-03-2018)

He was graduated in mechanical engineering in the year of 2017. He was interacted with our pre-final year mechanical students on 20/3/2018. He addressed about importance and advantages of doing any specialized course after their graduation. He did course in HVAC and he discussed about job opportunities in HVAC. He also discussed about importance of engineering subjects while doing the Course on HVAC.


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Workshop on Biodiesel (25-02-2018)

The objective of the workshop is to impart a basic knowledge of green energy technology, where main focus on synthesis of bio diesel from non edible oils and animal fats. A hands on laboratory session was organised so that participants are exposed to biochemistry of bio diesel synthesis.


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Workshop series 1 (24-02-2018)

The objective of the workshop is to impart a basic knowledge of green energy technology, where main focus on synthesis of bio diesel from non edible oils and animal fats. A hands on laboratory session was organised so that participants are exposed to biochemistry of bio diesel synthesis.


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Automobia- workshop on Automobiles (24-02-2018)

This workshop is related to hands on experience in automobiles. This includes correlating theory knowledge with practical. First day of the workshop focused on basics of an automobiles and brief information about advanced technology used in automobiles. Second day of the workshop concentrated on practical work in energy conversion and DI-section lab. Here students were carried work of dismantling and assembling of automobile components. Finally some quiz activities has been conducted.


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Alumni interaction with final year mechanical students by Mr. Vinod Kumar M V (23-02-2018)

Addressed Final year students and explained about the importance of project work which is carried out in final year. He was also explained about the advantages of doing higher studies in Abroad. He discussed the nature of students of India and Ethiopia.


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Faculty Awareness Program(FAP) A workshop on “ Basics of Ardunio (24-11-2017)

In association with ISIE, Faculty Awareness Program(FAP) workshop on “ Basics of Ardunio " was organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, on Friday, 24th November 2017 from 9:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M. The workshop was conducted by Dr B Krishna Prabhu, HOD, Professor , Department of Mechanical Engg and students of Mechanical Engineering, for the benefit of faculties. In the two sessions, basics of Ardunio, installation process, Ardunio sketches, verification and upload tools, creation of new project, and execution on Ardunio Uno PCB was demonstrated.


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Alumni interaction with Pre- final year mechanical students by Mr. Anoop Prabhu (13-11-2017)

Addressed pre-final year mechanical students and discussed about his work experience in industry,information about higher studies in abroad ,advantages and disadvantage of business,idea about how to start a business.


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Navaneeth Barke (13-11-2017)

Addressed pre-final year mechanical students and discussed about job opportunities in foreign countries,his work experience as a quality engineer,importance of practice on engineering labs.


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Alumni interaction with Pre-final year mechanical students by Mr. Rolan Praveen Mathias (08-11-2017)

He had discussed about method of training and per-requisite to get the admission in marine engineering,cost incurred to get the training, work nature and packages. Difference in training and placement in two institutions Samundra and Anglo Ship management institute.


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3d Printer Workshop (hands On Workshop) (04-11-2017)

a. Learn about various 3D printing technology and material used for prototyping. b. Learning about how FDM based 3D printer works. c. Understand how to assemble the printer, configure it and calibrate it. d. How to design a CAD model, generate the G-code for it and print the model. e. Brief introduction to Arduino microcontroller board and Arduino programing. f. Description of components used in the printer g. Tutorial on software used for controlling, slicing and printing h. Creating a 3D CAD model, generating the G-code using the software


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Alumni interaction with final year mechanical students by Mr. Rohith R Bhat (04-11-2017)

Interacted with final year mechanical students and explained about higher studies in India and abroad,importance of writing the gate and competitive exams,job opportunities for the mechanical students in government sector and IT field and getting training in SAP and its importance.


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Alumni interaction with final year mechanical students by Mr. Ramdas L Kamath (04-11-2017)

Interacted with final year mechanical students and explained about job opportunities in an automobile field. As a surveyor he explained about work experience and job opportunities in that field,advantages of independent profession and jobs in public sector,scope for getting the training in Mandovi motors and an automobile field.


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Alumni interaction with first year mechanical students by Mr. Geo James (31-10-2017)

Addressed first year and interested mechanical students and explained about the following matter: He shared information about carrier guidance, higher studies in Canada and per-requisite to get the admission in Canada universities, employment opportunities after getting the master's degree in Canada, Evaluation of universities in Canada


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Alumni interaction with first year mechanical students by Mr. Naveen Nazareth (31-10-2017)

Addressed first year and interested mechanical students and explained about the following matter: He shared information about carrier guidance,higher studies in Germany and per-requisite to get the admission in Germany universities, employment opportunities after getting master's degree in Germany, evaluation of universities in Germany


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IN HOUSE SYMPOSIUM (28-10-2017)

Department of mechanical engineering organised one day in-house symposium on 28.10.2017. All the students of mechanical Engg. Participated in this event. Student’s participation was well appreciated. 25 students are shortlisted for competition.


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Alumni interaction with final year mechanical students by Mr. Lenvy Prajwal Periera (16-10-2017)

Addressed final year students and explained about opportunities for the mechanical Graduates in various manufacturing concerns, method of study to get good score. He explained about selection procedure,aptitude test and HR interview faced by him to enter this company, training methods in various divisions of the company.


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3D PRINTER WORKSHOP (Hands on Workshop) (23-09-2017)

a. Learn about various 3D printing technology and material used for prototyping. b. Learning about how FDM based 3D printer works. c. Understand how to assemble the printer, configure it and calibrate it. d. How to design a CAD model, generate the G-code for it and print the model. e. Brief introduction to Arduino microcontroller board and Arduino programing. f. Description of components used in the printer g. Tutorial on software used for controlling, slicing and printing h. Creating a 3D CAD model, generating the G-code using the software


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Hands on Automobiles-Automobia (19-09-2017)

Theory session was held on 19th September 2017 by resource persons of our mechanical department.In this session basic information about automobiles is given by resource persons and practical session was followed in our Di-section lab. On 20th September 2017,all students were visited to Mandovi Motors Mangalore. Here one day practical training was provided to the students about recent development in Automobiles.


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Alumni interaction with final year mechanical students by Mr. Suhan Shetty (19-09-2017)

Addressed final year students and explained about opportunities for the mechanical graduates in the field of pump manufacturing concern. He stressed about importance of writing the GATE exam,explained about duty of project engineer in his concern. Explained about method of study of study and importance of attending interviews.


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Alumni interaction with first year mechanical students by Mr. Jayesh and Mr.Preetham Pai (05-09-2017)

They interacted with second year mechanical students and discussed about job opportunities in the field of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.They also explained about importance of some engineering subjects to get the job or to write the competitive exams.


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KSCST FINAL EVAUALTION 2017 (11-08-2017)

•The project has been funded by KSCST , successfully evaluated for midterm evaluation and selected for final presentation at NMAIT,NITTE. The project was guided by Prof. Prashanth Kamath, department of mechanical engineering, Canara engineering college, Benjanapadvu. •The team comprised of Anirudh, ADITYA NAYAK •scientist from IISc has evaluated the project thoroughly and advised how to carry forward the research work for next level.


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Alumni interaction with final year mechanical students by Mr. Hanock Sharan D'Souza (07-08-2017)

Addressed final year mechanical students and explained about opportunities for the mechanical graduates in the field of elevators. He also explained about selection procedure,scope in that area and other job offering concerns in elevator field. He was provided information related to various positions and their packages, working environment etc.


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Alumni interaction with mechanical students by Clyde Ashly Lobo (15-03-2017)

He had discussed about opportunities for the mechanical engineers in CNC. He also discussed manufacturing process of designing, production, quality control and working environment in industry.


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Alumni interaction with second year mechanical students by Mr.Arjun (10-03-2017)

He had interacted with our mechanical students and discussed about products developed by the BOSCH and training offered by the company. He stressed about importance of concentration on some engineering subjects,efforts and preparation required to get the job offers in such type of company.


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