About the Department:


Undoubtedly the Indian Information Technology sector industry plays a dominant role in the growth of the GDP of our economy. But for the overall development of the economy and to compete globally, we need that our core sector should grow with considerable pace. To meet the industry requirement and to fill the skill gap we have established mechanical engineering department in our college Arya Institute of Engineering and Technology in the year 2011. From 2011 to now we have trained more than 425 industry ready mechanical engineer. Presently the department has an annual intake of 120 undergraduate students. Arya is one of the Best Mechanical Engineering Colleges in Jaipur.

Vision And Mission:


Vision: To achieve excellence in higher education by progressively promoting teaching methodology and integrating latest technology skills which are required to mechanical engineers

Mission:To provide knowledge and skills of Mechanical Engineering to the students.
To impart quality education to make them competent mechanical engineer and responsible citizen.
To provide facilities and environment conducive to the scholarly growth, for employability, higher studies and research.
To prepare its students for successful career in engineering.

Message By HOD:


It is an honor to be a part of Arya institute of engineering and technology and to work here as Head of Department of mechanical engineering.

Mechanical Engineering is one of the important branch of core branches. As mechanical engineering is the back bone of any industry it's our aim is to provide quality teaching to the students and to impart required technical skills of the students. Apart from course curriculum we provide technical knowledge according to changing industry demand with the help of events, industrial technical sessions and extra classes.

Department of mechanical engineering has a sound experience to provide quality teaching to the students. All labs of mechanical engineering are well equipped to provide practical knowledge of the subjects. The department has well qualified and dedicated faculty members to guide them in projects, imparts quality technical teaching and to make there personality impressive so that they get placed in a good organization. Top mechanical Engineering colleges in Jaipur Rajasthan.

Department Specializations:


No. of Seats:


120 (Mechanical Engineering)

Departmental Labs:

The department has well equipped with state of art laboratory with latest machineries and equipments which fulfill the requirement of the RTU and also provide the students for research work

  • Material Science and Technology Lab

  • Mechanical Workshop lab

  • Basic mechanical engineering Lab

  • Mechatronics Lab

  • Robotics Lab

  • Thermal Engineering Lab

  • Production Practices Lab

  • Turbomachine Lab

  • Computer numerical control (CNC) Lab

  • Heat Transfer lab

  • Dynamics of Machine lab

  • Kinematics of Machine

  • Vibration Lab

  • Fluid Mechanics lab

  • Computer Aided Design(CAD) Lab

Mechanical Workshop lab
Material Science and Technology Lab
Basic mechanical engineering Lab
Thermal Engineering Lab
Production Practices Lab
Turbomachine Lab
Heat Transfer lab
Dynamics of Machine lab
Kinematics of Machine
Vibration Lab
Fluid Mechanics lab
Computer Aided Design(CAD) Lab

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List of Program Educational Objectives (PEO)


PEO-1

Preparation:-

To prepare undergraduate students with appropriate blend of theoretical foundations, experimentation & technical implementation to comprehend and pinpoint problems in the field of Mechanical Engineering to excel in under-graduate programs or to succeed in industry / technical profession


PEO-2

Core Competence:-

To provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to solve mechanical engineering problems and also to pursue higher studies. Student will be able to employ his knowledge along with necessary techniques & tools for modern engineering applications.


PEO-3

Breathe:-

To train students with good scientific and engineering breadth so as to comprehend, analyze, design, and create novel products and solutions for the real life problems in the present system


PEO-4

Professionalism:-

To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.


PEO-5

Learning Environment:-

To provide student with an academic environment aware of excellence, leadership, and the life-long learning needed for a successful professional career through independent studies, thesis, internships etc.



List of Program Outcomes


PO-1

Engineering Knowledge:

Apply knowledge of mathematics and science, with fundamentals of Engineering to be able to solve complex engineering problems related.


PO-2

Problem Analysis:

Identify, Formulate, review research literature and analyze complex engineering problems and reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences


PO-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.


PO-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.


PO-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.


PO-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.


PO-7

Environment and Sustainability:

Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts sustainable development.


PO-8

Ethics:

Apply Ethical Principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice


PO-9

Individual and Team Work:

Function effectively as an individual and as


PO-10

Communication:

Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large such write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.


PO-11

Project Management and Finance:

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi disciplinary environments.


PO-12

Life-Long Learning:

Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning the broadest context of technological change.



Program Specific Outcome


Department has specifically defined few objectives of this program which make students realize the fact that the knowledge and techniques learnt in this course has direct implication for the betterment of society and its sustainability

PSO-1

The graduate will be able to work in power plant ,automobile industries , and manufacturing industries in sphere of Operation, Maintenance and Design with the help of CAD/CAM tool while ensuring best manufacturing practices.


PSO-2

The graduate will be able to inculcate their skill and knowledge in the domain of thermal and fluid sciences to reduce the complexity of mechanical engineering by utilizing advanced technology.

Course Outcomes (COs)


S.No. Course Code Course Title Course Outcomes (COs)
1 3ME2-01 Advanced Engineering Mathematics-I
  • CO1: To solve mathematical problems and provide scientific calculation techniques.
  • CO2: This course will impart the knowledge of Laplace transform, Fourier transform, Z-transform.
  • CO3: This course will help the student to pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research and developments that are associated with latest mechanical techniques and can understand the use of converters and different waveforms with various loads.
  • CO4: Advanced Mathematics will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, and other PSU’s.
2 3ME1-02 TC
  • CO1: Act ethically in their role in the communication situation.
  • CO2: Apply concepts of information design. These concepts include effective ways to design documents for print, web, and other electronic means of communication in order to construct documents meaningful to the audience.
  • CO3: Use visual items in effectively constructing meaning in communication situations.
  • CO4: Create clear, concise technical documents that effectively use style and grammar and information structure in ways that create meaning with the reader.
  • CO5: Collaborate effectively in various writing situations, including planning, creating, and managing, evaluating, editing and revising document production.
3 3ME4-06 Engineering Mechanics
  • CO1: The primary objective of the study of engineering mechanics is to develop the capacity to predict the effects of force and motion while carrying out the creative design functions of engineering. This capacity requires more than a mere knowledge of the physical and mathematical principles of mechanics; also required is the ability to visualize physical configurations in terms of real materials, actual constraints, and the practical limitations which govern the behavior of machines and structures.
  • CO2: One of the primary objectives in a mechanics course is to help the student develop this ability to visualize, which is so vital to problem formulation. Indeed, the construction of a meaningful mathematical model is often a more important experience than its solution. Maximum progress is made when the principles and heir limitations are learned together within the context of engineering application.
  • CO3: The course uses the Laws of Mechanics to predict forces in and motions of machines and structures. The course is the key prerequisite course to sequences of courses dealing with mechanics of machines, stress analysis and design of mechanical systems.
  • CO4: Comprehensive, theory based understanding of the underpinning natural and physical sciences and the engineering fundamentals applicable to the engineering discipline. Apply fundamental concepts of kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies to the analysis of simple, practical problems.
  • CO5: Engineering Mechanics will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, Railways and other PSU’s, pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research
4 3ME4-05 Engineering Thermodynamics
  • CO1: Understand the nature and role of the following thermodynamic properties of matter: internal energy, enthalpy, entropy, temperature, pressure and specific volume.
  • CO2: Be able to apply the first law and second law of thermodynamics and their limitations to a control mass or control volume at an instant of time or over a time interval.
  • CO3: Lay the groundwork for studies in fields such as refrigeration, air conditioning, power plant, fuel cells, heat engine and computational fluid dynamics.
  • CO4: Engineering thermodynamics will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, Railways and other PSU’s, pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research.
5 3ME4-06 MATERIAL SCIENCE
  • CO1: Give basic knowledge of science behind materials & physical metallurgy. Introduce the concept of structure property relations.
  • CO2: Lay the groundwork for studies in fields such as solid-state physics, mechanical behavior of materials, phase & phase diagram, heat treatment, failure of materials & their protection, applications of recent materials.
  • CO3: Develop intuitive understanding of the subject to present a wealth of real world engineering examples to give students a feel of how material science is useful in engineering practices.
  • CO4: Material Science will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, Railways and other PSU’s, pursue for various post-graduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research
6 3ME4-07 Mechanics of Solids
  • CO1: To give detail knowledge about stresses, strains, deformations, various forces and moments and their effects on different solid bodies.
  • CO2: To give an ability to apply various methods on stress and deflection based problems. Such comparative approaches help students to get detail command on topics.
  • CO3: To give an ability to apply the knowledge of strength of materials on engineering applications and design problems with consideration of factor of safety so that students can have the capability to understand in modern design problems.
  • CO4: To give knowledge which is based on engineering competitive examinations like GATE , IES , Railways and PSU’s.
7 4ME2-01 Data analytics
  • CO1: To use Harmonic conjugates (Complex Theorem) in analog and Digital communication for modulation of signals
  • CO2: To use special function in solving the problems of probabilities related with random variables.
  • CO3: Vector space are use to solve space-time related problems in multiple access techniques.
8 4ME1-03 Managerial Economics and Financial
  • CO1: The primary objective of the study of managerial economics and financial accounting is to develop the capacity to predict the scope of economics which will helps students in national income concepts.
  • CO2: The course will help the students about the Demand and Supply System which will help the students to understand the market scenario of requirements and jobs.
  • CO3: By the production function and with the help of variable properties, students can analyse the production and cost analysis.
  • CO4: Students will learn about the Balance sheet and related concepts, profit and loss statement and related concepts which will help students in managing different business and financial conditions.
9 4ME3-04 Digital Electronics
  • CO1: To understand and examine the structure of various number systems and its application in digital design.
  • CO2: The ability to understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits.
  • CO3: To imbibe basic laws and equations used for analysis of static and dynamic fluids.
  • CO4: The ability to identify and prevent various hazards and timing problems in a digital design.
  • CO5: To develop skill to build, and troubleshoot digital circuits
10 4ME4-05 Fluid mechanics and fluid machines
  • CO1: To introduce and explain fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, which is used in the applications of Aerodynamics, Hydraulics, Marine Engineering, Gas dynamics etc.
  • CO2: To give fundamental knowledge of fluid, its properties and behavior under various conditions of internal and external flows.
  • CO3: To develop understanding about hydrostatic law, principle of buoyancy and stability of a floating body and application of mass, momentum and energy equation in fluid flow.
  • CO4: To imbibe basic laws and equations used for analysis of static and dynamic fluids.
  • CO5: To inculcate the importance of fluid flow measurement and its applications in Industries.
  • CO6: To determine the losses in a flow system, flow through pipes, boundary layer flow and flow past immersed bodies.
11 4ME4-06 Manufacturing processes
  • CO1: To inculcate specialized knowledge and skill in advanced manufacturing processes using the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design.
  • CO2: To impart knowledge about principles/methods of casting with detail design of gating/riser system needed for casting, defects in cast objects and requirements for achieving sound casting.
  • CO3: To impart knowledge about welding behaviour of machine and process during welding, analysis of common and newer welding techniques and metallurgical and weldability aspects of different common engineering materials
  • CO4: To impart knowledge about principles and criteria of yielding during forming of metals, analysis of different bulk metal forming processes following different analysis approach.
  • CO5: To give knowledge which is based on engineering competitive examinations like GATE , IES , Railways and PSU’s.
12 4ME4-07 Theory of machines
  • CO1: To determine the balancing of masses of rotating and reciprocating machine elements
  • CO2: To understand the principles of gyroscope and governors
  • CO3: To determine the forces and power calculations for brakes and dynamometer
  • CO4: To determine the static and dynamic forces for mechanical systems
  • CO5: To understand the principles of vibrations
  • CO5: To Analyze planar mechanism for displacement, velocity and acceleration graphically
13 5ME3-01 Mechatronics system
  • CO1: Graduates gain ability to understand basic knowledge about Mechatronics and its application.
  • CO2: Graduates learn about different types of Sensors and its application in intelligent manufacturing processing.
  • CO3: Thorough understanding of frequency domain analysis of discrete time signals and its uses in Mechatronics.
  • CO4: Graduates learn about different component such as transducer, sensor, A/D converter, D/A converter etc and its uses in Data acquisition.
  • CO5: Graduates gain knowledge about Home appliances, ABS (anti lock braking system) and other areas in automotive engineering.
14 5ME4-02 Heat Transfer
  • CO1: To impart knowledge on the principles of heat transfer through conduction, convection and radiation modes and heat transfer during phase-change processes, such as condensation and boiling.
  • CO2: To impart knowledge on design of various heat transfer equipment such as heat exchangers.
  • CO3: To enable students carry out experiments verifying the various theories of heat transfer
15 5ME4-03 Manufacturing technology
  • CO1: Basics of non-conventional machining processes
  • CO2: To know Types of plastics & basics of plastic processing
  • CO3: Students will be able to know A few advanced manufacturing processes used in industry
  • CO4: Students will be able to apply Principles & types of comparators & introduction to measurement by light wave interference in metrology.
  • CO5: Principles & types of angular measurement
16 5ME4-04 Design of Machine Elements – I
  • CO1: To develop an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
  • CO2: To apply mechanical engineering design theory to identify and quantify machine elements in the design of commonly used mechanical systems.
  • CO3: Students will be able to formulate and analyze stresses and strains in machine elements and structures to various loads.
  • CO4: Students will be able to apply multidimensional fatigue failure criteria in the analysis and design of mechanical components.
  • CO5: Design of Machine Elements-II will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, Railways and other PSU’s , pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research.
17 5ME4-05 Principle of Managments
  • CO1: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to have clear understanding of managerial functions like planning, and have same basic knowledge on international aspect of management
  • CO2: To understand the planning process in the organization
  • CO3: To understand the concept of organization
  • CO4: Demonstrate the ability to directing ,leadership and communicate effectively
  • CO5: To analysis isolate issues and formulate best control methods
18 5ME5-11 Steam Engineering
  • CO1: To acquaint students with steam generation and to present some of the engineering calculations encountered in practice.
  • CO2: Students will able to analyze different types of steam cycles and estimate efficiencies in a steam power plant.
  • CO3: Students will able to List types, principles of operations, components and applications of steam turbines, steam generators, condensers, feed water and circulating water systems.
  • CO4: Steam Engineering will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, Railways and other PSU’s, pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research.
19 6ME3-01A Measurement and metrology
  • CO1: The main objective of the course is To develop in students the knowledge of basics of Measurements, Metrology and Measuring devices.
  • CO2: To understand the concepts of various measurement systems & standards with regards to realistic applications.
  • CO3: To develop basic principles and devices involved in measuring surface textures.
  • CO4: Student will be able to identify sources of variability, error, uncertainties and Machine tool testing to evaluate machine tool quality.
20 6ME4-02 CIMS
  • CO1: Student can able to understanding of General and Machine (G & M) code to generate or edit a program which will operate a CNC Lathe.
  • CO2: Choose an industrial machine operation or manufacturing process instruction manual for operators and maintenance personnel.
  • CO3: The student can able to operate a CNC machine and produce completed product as per the work order or approved drawings, meeting all required quality standards and scrap standards – consistent and repetitive output is the goal.
  • CO4: The student’s knowledge of CNC specific technical work practices, such as blueprint reading, applied math concepts, tools and measurement concepts.
  • CO5: The student’s knowledge of general manufacturing technical practices and procedures, that is applicable to all sectors of manufacturing.
21 6ME4-03 Mechanical Vibration
  • CO1: Students will be able to understand and appreciate the importance of vibrations in design of machine parts that operate in vibratory conditions.
  • CO2: Students will be able to obtain linear vibratory models of dynamic systems with changing complexities. (SDOF, MDOF)
  • CO3: One of the objectives in a Vibration Engineering is that students will be able to write the differential equations of motion of vibratory systems.
  • CO4: Student will be able to make free and force (harmonic, periodic, non- periodic) vibration analysis of single and multi degree of freedom linear systems.
  • CO5: Vibration Engineering will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, Railways and other PSU’s, pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research.
22 6ME4-04 Design of Machine Elements – II
  • CO1: To develop an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
  • CO2: To apply mechanical engineering design theory to identify and quantify machine elements in the design of commonly used mechanical systems.
  • CO3: Students will be able to formulate and analyze stresses and strains in machine elements and structures to various loads.
  • CO4: Design of Machine Elements-II will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, Railways and other PSU’s, pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research.
23 6ME4-05 Quality Management
  • CO1: To minimize the number of defects which are undetected at particular stage and surface at next levels of processes due to deficiencies in the Reliability Assurance Processes.
  • CO2: To aim for Zero non-conformances in Reliability Assurance Processes.
  • CO3: To strive for the highest level of customer satisfaction.
  • CO4: Quality Assurance and Reliability will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, Railways and other PSU’s, pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research.
24 6ME5-11 Refrigeration & Air- conditioning
  • CO1: Understand the basic principles of refrigeration and air conditioning,
  • CO2: Analyze air refrigeration systems, vapor compression refrigeration systems, vapour absorption refrigeration systems, and steam jet refrigeration systems
  • CO3: Study the psychometric properties of air and utilize the principles of psychometric in the design of air conditioning equipments
  • CO4: Finally apply this knowledge for the design of refrigeration equipments and air conditioning equipments
25 7ME1A Finite Element Methods
  • CO1: To learn the theory and characteristicsof finite elements that representengineering structures.
  • CO2: To learn and apply finite element solutions to structural, thermal,dynamic problem to develop the knowledge and skills needed to effectively evaluate finite element analyse performed by others.
  • CO3: Learn to model complex geometry problems and solution techniques.
26 7ME2A Refrigeration & Air- conditioning
  • CO1: Understand the basic principles of refrigeration and air conditioning,
  • CO2: Analyze air refrigeration systems, vapor compression refrigeration systems, vapour absorption refrigeration systems, and steam jet refrigeration systems
  • CO3: Study the psychometric properties of air and utilize the principles of psychometric in the design of air conditioning equipments
  • CO4: Finally apply this knowledge for the design of refrigeration equipments and air conditioning equipments
27 7ME3A Operations Research
  • CO1: Give basic knowledge of various optimization technique to maximize the profit & minimize the loss in practical world of engineering.
  • CO2: To provide the basic tools of operation research in solving the management problem using mathematical approach for decision making.
  • CO3: Lay the ground work of studies in field such as inventory management, man and machine management, time management, research and development, quality management within the constraints of industry.
  • CO4: Operation Research will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, CAT, Railways and other PSU’s, pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical as well as management into various research
28 7ME4A Turbomachines
  • CO1: The course aims at giving an overview of different types of turbo machinery used for energy transformation, such as pumps, fans, compressors, as well as hydraulic, steam and gas-turbines
  • CO2: It will focus on applications in power generation, transport, refrigeration and the built environment.
  • CO3: Develop intuitive understanding of the subject to present a wealth of real world engineering examples to give students a feel of how Turbo machinery is useful in engineering practices.
  • CO4: Turbo machinery will help the student to prepare to a large extend for various competitive examinations like GATE, IES, Railways and other PSU’s, pursue for various postgraduates courses in Mechanical and indulge into various research .
29 7ME5A Operations Management
  • CO1: Understand the strategic role of operations management in creating and enhancing a firm’s competitive advantages.
  • CO2: Understand key concepts and issues of OM in both manufacturing and service organizations.
  • CO3: Understand the interdependence of the operations function with the other key functional areas of a firm.
  • CO4: Apply analytical skills and problem-solving tools to the analysis of the operations problems.
  • CO5: Develop intuitive understanding of the subject to present a wealth of real world engineering examples to give students a feel of how operations management is useful in engineering practices.
30 7ME6.3A CNC Machines and Programming
  • CO1: Student can able to understanding of General and Machine (G & M) code to generate or edit a program which will operate a CNC Lathe.
  • CO2: Choose an industrial machine operation or manufacturing process instruction manual for operators and maintenance personnel.
  • CO3: The student can able to operate a CNC machine and produce completed product as per the work order or approved drawings, meeting all required quality standards and scrap standards – consistent and repetitive output is the goal.
  • CO4: The student’s knowledge of CNC specific technical work practices, such as blueprint reading, applied math concepts, tools and measurement concepts.
  • CO5: The student’s knowledge of general manufacturing technical practices and procedures, that is applicable to all sectors of manufacturing.
31 8ME1A Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems
  • CO1: The main objective of the course is To give clear idea about the role of computer aided design in manufacturing to students.
  • CO2: To provide both the hardware and software knowledge of CAD/CAM systems together with the practical discussion of their use in engineering.
  • CO3: Students will develop problem-solving skills and apply their knowledge of research and design to create solutions to various challenges.
  • CO4: To learn the overall configuration and elements of computer integrated manufacturing systems.
32 8ME2A Laws for Engineers
  • CO1: The course aims at giving an overview of different types of Laws used in industries and companies.
  • CO2: It will also focus on human right laws, labour laws, company laws and law related to intellectual property law.
  • CO3: It will also give knowledge about Election provisions under Indian constitution.
  • CO4: Engineers who learn law can come up with a breakthrough invention without may be blowing their patent rights
33 8ME3A Power Generation
  • CO1: The main objective of the course is to give clear idea about the efficiency and output of modern cycle systems and steam power plant with reheat, regeneration, and irreversibility.
  • CO2: To expose the students to Energy Systems and Technologies: Sources, Conversion techniques, Utilization, Storage and Environmental Impact.
  • CO3: The purpose of this course is to impart adequate knowledge in both practically and theoretically of solar energy power and wind turbine power and estimate power generation potential.
  • CO4: Discuss power generation from renewable and alternative fuels and heat sources.
34 8ME4.1A Product Development and Launching
  • CO1: The main objective of the course is to acquaint the students with the practical knowledge regarding conceptualization, design and development of a new product.
  • CO2: It will also focus on Identify the need of product development and problem formulation.
  • CO3: To develop Creativity and innovation in product design and Cost models for product design, development and production of a product.
  • CO4: To learn how to integrate with the customer and end-consumer into product development process.
  • CO4: The student is expected to demonstrate an understanding of the overview of all the product development processes and knowledge of concept generation and selection tools.

Placements


B.Tech 2019-2020 Batch
S.No. Year Name Roll No. Company Name
1 2019-2020 ADARSH KUMAR 16EAIME005 IBM
2 2019-2020 RAVI SHUKLA 16EAIME083 Infosys
3 2019-2020 ZUKER NAIN ALI 16EAIME119 Consultadd
4 2019-2020 RISHABH PANDEY 16EAIME085 Jaro Group
5 2019-2020 PAWAN PATIDAR 16EAIME069 Pinnacle Market
6 2019-2020 SHAHRUKH KHAN 16EAIME094 Pinnacle Market
7 2019-2020 ANIL KUMAR 16EAIME016 Pinnacle Market
8 2019-2020 MUKESH CHOUDHARY 16EAIME058 Pinnacle Market
9 2019-2020 ANIVENDRA KUMAR SHARMA 16EAIME017 Pinnacle Market
10 2019-2020 RAGHAV MAHESHWARI 16EAIME076 Pinnacle Market
11 2019-2020 OMPRAKASH 16EAIME067 Pinnacle Market
12 2019-2020 AYUSH DADHICH ME Pinnacle Market
13 2019-2020 AMAY TAILANG ME Pinnacle Market
14 2019-2020 SHUBHAM KUMAR RAI ME Pinnacle Market
15 2019-2020 RANJAN KUMAR KESHRI 16EAIME081 Pinnacle Market
16 2019-2020 AMISH ALAM 16EAIME010 Pinnacle
17 2019-2020 SANJAY CHOUDHARY 16EAIME089 Pinnacle
18 2019-2020 VIVEK YADAV 16EAIME117 Pinnacle
19 2019-2020 RISHABH KHANDELWAL 16EAIME084 Pinnacle-2
20 2019-2020 RAJ MOHAN SINGH 16EAIME079 Pinnacle-2
21 2019-2020 VIMAL KUMAR 16EAIME113 Pinnacle-2
22 2019-2020 ANIL 16EAIME015 Pinnacle-2
23 2019-2020 MOHIT VARMA 16EAIME056 Pinnacle-2
24 2019-2020 PRIYARANJAN KUMAR 16EAIME075 Pinnacle-2
25 2019-2020 KARAN SARAF 16EAIME039 Collabera
26 2019-2020 PRANAV NAIR 16EAIME071 LBF Travel
27 2019-2020 YAWAR KHAN 16EAIME118 LBF Travel
28 2019-2020 LAKSHYA CHANDWANI 16EAIME044 RMC Switchgears
29 2019-2020 HIMANSHU SHARMA 16EAIME035 RMC Switchgears
30 2019-2020 LALIT SAINI 16EAIME045 RMC Switchgears
31 2019-2020 VIKRAM SHARMA ME RMC Switchgears
32 2019-2020 ABHISHEK KUMAR TIWARI 16EAIME003 Adastra Softwares
33 2019-2020 DEEPANSHU GUPTA 16EAIME028 Adastra Softwares
34 2019-2020 JASPAL SINGH 16EAIME037 Adastra Softwares
35 2019-2020 MD ABUL HASAN 16EAIME050 Adastra Softwares
36 2019-2020 ANKIT JANGID 16EAIME019 Dekho Network Pvt. Ltd.
37 2019-2020 JAISWAL PRADEEPKUMAR 16EAIME036 Dekho Network Pvt. Ltd.
38 2019-2020 ANKIT CHAUDHARY 16EAIME018 Kukars Infotech
39 2019-2020 AVNEESH KUMAR SHARMA 16EAIME022 Kukars Infotech
40 2019-2020 DEEPESH KUMAR 16EAIME029 Kukars Infotech
41 2019-2020 JATIN BHATIA 16EAIME038 Kukars Infotech
42 2019-2020 KUNDAN KUMAR 16EAIME042 Kukars Infotech
43 2019-2020 MOHD ILLIYAS KHAN 16EAIME052 Kukars Infotech
44 2019-2020 NIRANJAN JANGID 16EAIME063 Kukars Infotech
45 2019-2020 RAHUL KUMAR 16EAIME077 Kukars Infotech
46 2019-2020 RAJAT CHAUDHARY 16EAIME080 Kukars Infotech
47 2019-2020 SHAMIM ALAM SIDDIQUI 16EAIME095 Kukars Infotech
48 2019-2020 SOURABH GOUTAM 16EAIME101 Kukars Infotech
49 2019-2020 VIJAY CHOUDHARY 16EAIME109 Kukars Infotech
50 2019-2020 AKARSH JAIN 16EAIME008 LBF Travel
51 2019-2020 ANIKET KABARA 16EAIME014 LBF Travel
52 2019-2020 DEEPAK YADAV 17EAIME027 LBF Travel
53 2019-2020 HARUN ALI KHAN 16EAIME033 LBF Travel
54 2019-2020 KUMAR VISWAJEET 16EAIME041 LBF Travel
55 2019-2020 KUSHWAHA NILESH DUKHANTI 16EAIME043 Rannlab
56 2019-2020 MANISH KUMAR 16EAIME048 Rannlab
57 2019-2020 MOHMMAD ALITAF 16EAIME057 Rannlab
58 2019-2020 NITESH KUMAR 16EAIME065 Rannlab
59 2019-2020 PRAVEEN SHARMA 16EAIME072 Rannlab
60 2019-2020 PRITHVIRAJ KUMAR 16EAIME073 Rannlab

B.Tech 2018-2019 Batch
S.No. Year Name Roll No. Company Name
1 2018-2019 MAYANK GAUTAM 15EAIME044 Aerolith
2 2018-2019 ASHISH MAHESHWARI 15EAIME710 Aerolith
3 2018-2019 LOVAN SHRINGAM 15EAIME728 Aerolith
4 2018-2019 NEERAJ JOSHI 15EAIME056 Collabera
5 2018-2019 PRAVEEN BHATT 15EAIME074 Collabera
6 2018-2019 ABHIPRIYA GUPTA 701 Collabera
7 2018-2019 ABHINAV SHROTRIYA 15EAIME700 Consultadd
8 2018-2019 VIKRANT BHARATH 15EAIME120 IMS People
9 2018-2019 SHUBHAM ROHILLA 15EAIME111 Optra Automation
10 2018-2019 ANIL TUSAWARA 15EAIME013 Pinnacle
11 2018-2019 SURENDRA PAL SINGH BAJROT 15EAIME115 Pinnacle
12 2018-2019 ARSHAD HUSSAIN 15EAIME709 Pinnacle
13 2018-2019 ANKIT KUMAR 15EAIME014 Pinnacle Investment
14 2018-2019 DHANANJAY SINGH 15EAIME026 Pinnacle Investment
15 2018-2019 PRADHYUMN SHARMA 15EAIME071 Pinnacle Investment
16 2018-2019 RAHUL TAILOR 15EAIME080 Pinnacle Investment
17 2018-2019 SHIVAM MOONDRA 15EAIME110 Pinnacle Investment
18 2018-2019 MADHAV KUMAR JHA 15EAIME729 Pinnacle Investment
19 2018-2019 PRADEEP KUMAR NARANG 15EAIME069 Ripples
20 2018-2019 PRADHUMAN SINGH 15EAIME070 Ripples
21 2018-2019 RISHABH PANDAY 15EAIME091 Ripples

B.Tech 2017-2018 Batch
S.No. Year Name Roll No. Company Name
1 2017-2018 PRADEEP SUMAN 13EAIME078 Arabol Lubricants
2 2017-2018 ABHINANDAN KUMAR SINGH 14EAIME002 Arabol Lubricants
3 2017-2018 ABHISHEK JAIN 14EAIME003 Arabol Lubricants
4 2017-2018 HARISH SHARMA 14EAIME029 Ashok Leyland
5 2017-2018 ee 14EAIME069 Ashok Leyland
6 2017-2018 VINAY PRABHAT SINGH CHOUHAN 14EAIME107 Ashok Leyland
7 2017-2018 VINIT KHANDELWAL 14EAIME108 Ashok Leyland
8 2017-2018 MD SHAHID INZMAM 14EAIME300 Ashok Leyland
9 2017-2018 SHAHNAWAZ ALI 14EAIME725 Ashok Leyland
10 2017-2018 GAURAV KUMAR 14EAIME027 Collabera
11 2017-2018 ABHISHEK MISHRA 14EAIME004 Consultadd
12 2017-2018 AISHWARY PAREEK 14EAIME005 Consultadd
13 2017-2018 AJAY SHARMA 14EAIME006 Consultadd
14 2017-2018 AKASH KUMAR MISHRA 14EAIME007 Consultadd
15 2017-2018 AKASH TOMAR 14EAIME008 Consultadd
16 2017-2018 AMIT RUNDLA 14EAIME011 Consultadd
17 2017-2018 ANAS IRFAN 14EAIME012 Consultadd
18 2017-2018 KAPIL SHARMA 14EAIME044 Dekho
19 2017-2018 AMIT KUMAR 14EAIME703 Dekho
20 2017-2018 ABHILASHA LAL 14EAIME001 EPIC
21 2017-2018 RAJAT BISHT 14EAIME075 EPIC
22 2017-2018 SAHIL MEHRA 14EAIME084 EPIC
23 2017-2018 VISHWAJEET CHOUHAN 14EAIME111 EPIC
24 2017-2018 VISHWAJEET SINGH RATHORE 14EAIME112 EPIC
25 2017-2018 ATUL SAKLANI 14EAIME706 EPIC
26 2017-2018 PRAFFUL KUMAR 14EAIME070 eUniversal
27 2017-2018 RAJAT RAUT 14EAIME076 eUniversal
28 2017-2018 ANKIT JAIN 14EAIME013 FACE
29 2017-2018 HIMANSHU JANGID 14EAIME033 FACE
30 2017-2018 ROHIT BANGWAL 15EAIME201 FACE
31 2017-2018 MUKESH RAI 14EAIME062 Net2Source
32 2017-2018 ALOK RANJAN SHUKLA 14EAIME009 Pinnacle
33 2017-2018 GANPAT LAL 14EAIME026 Pinnacle
34 2017-2018 SURAJ KUMAR 14EAIME097 Pinnacle
35 2017-2018 VAIBHAV SACHDEVA 14EAIME104 Pinnacle
36 2017-2018 VIVEK SHAHI 14EAIME114 Pinnacle
37 2017-2018 SWAPNIL SONI 14EAIME727 RMC Switchgears
38 2017-2018 AMAN BHARTI 14EAIME010 Snappyhire
39 2017-2018 KULDEEP SINGH RATHORE 14EAIME710 Snappyhire
40 2017-2018 DEEPAK BAIRWA 14EAIME023 Techienest
41 2017-2018 JAYANT KUMAR SHARMA 14EAIME035 Techienest

B.Tech 2016-2017 Batch
S.No. Year Name Roll No. Company Name
1 2016-2017 ABHISHEK GHIMIREY 13EAIME003 Collabera
2 2016-2017 ANIL KUMAR 13EAIME012 Kukars
3 2016-2017 ANKIT JOSHI 13EAIME013 Kukars
4 2016-2017 ANKIT SHARMA 13EAIME014 Kukars
5 2016-2017 ANURAG SHARMA 13EAIME018 Kukars
6 2016-2017 ABHILASH PAREEK 13EAIME001 Arabol
7 2016-2017 SARANG KUMAR MALPANI 13EAIME099 Arabol
8 2016-2017 MOHIT YADAV 13EAIME064 Arabol
9 2016-2017 BHAVESH MEHTA 13EAIME024 Arabol
10 2016-2017 MOHD GUFRAN 13EAIME063 Arabol
11 2016-2017 VIPIN CHOUDHARY 13EAIME121 Arabol
12 2016-2017 AYUSH SRIVASTAVA 13EAIME709 Arabol
13 2016-2017 MD EBRAR AHMAD 13EAIME059 Arabol
14 2016-2017 SAURABH SHARMA 13EAIME102 Arabol
15 2016-2017 ANMOL GUPTA 13EAIME016 Arabol
16 2016-2017 PRADEEP KUMAR 13EAIME076 Arabol
17 2016-2017 ABHISHEK KUMAR 13EAIME005 dekho
18 2016-2017 ABHISHEK KUMAR 13EAIME006 dekho
19 2016-2017 AKASH JANGIR 13EAIME007 dekho
20 2016-2017 AKSHAY 13EAIME009 dekho
21 2016-2017 CHETAN DADHICH 13EAIME030 Amazon
22 2016-2017 SOMESH SHARMA 13EAIME107 Just Dial
23 2016-2017 AVINASH SHARMA 13EAIME708 Epic Research
24 2016-2017 SACHIN SINGH 13EAIME093 Epic Research
25 2016-2017 LAV PRATAP 13EAIME730 Tech Mahindra
26 2016-2017 SHUBHAM CHOBISA 13EAIME756 Tech Mahindra
27 2016-2017 SUMAN KUMAR 13EAIME757 Tech Mahindra
28 2016-2017 VISHAL BHOJAK 13EAIME760 Tech Mahindra
29 2016-2017 VISHAL PRAJAPATI 13EAIME761 Tech Mahindra
30 2016-2017 SHASHANK DUBEY 13EAIME106 Tech Mahindra
31 2016-2017 DEVENDRA MEENA 13EAIME851 Tech Mahindra
32 2016-2017 ROHIT KUMAR 13EAIME092 Tech Mahindra
33 2016-2017 SUBHAM PATHAK 13EAIME108 Tech Mahindra
34 2016-2017 SHABBIR ALI 13EAIME103 Tech Mahindra
35 2016-2017 LAW KUMAR RAY 13EAIME055 Tech Mahindra
36 2016-2017 DHANANJAY CHOUDHARY 13EAIME037 Tech Mahindra
37 2016-2017 DEEPAK KUMAR 13EAIME034 Tech Mahindra
38 2016-2017 ANMOL PARETA 13EAIME017 Tech Mahindra
39 2016-2017 KUSHAL SAINI 13EAIME729 Adastra
40 2016-2017 KARAN SINGH CHAUHAN 13EAIME048 Adastra
41 2016-2017 ABHISHEK JINDAL 13EAIME004 Consultadd
42 2016-2017 ANAND SONI 13EAIME010 Consultadd
43 2016-2017 BIBHU PRATIM SARMA 13EAIME025 Consultadd
44 2016-2017 KESHAV GUPTA 13EAIME051 Consultadd
45 2016-2017 MOHIT YADAV 13EAIME064 Consultadd
46 2016-2017 ANKUR VERMA 13EAIME015 Consultadd
47 2016-2017 PRATEEK GAUTAM 13EAIME745 Consultadd

B.Tech 2016-2017 Batch
S.No. Year Name Roll No. Company Name
1 2015-2016 DILIP CHOUDHARY 12EAIME034 TCS
2 2015-2016 JITIN TIWARI 12EAIME047 TCS
3 2015-2016 PAWAN KHATIRI 12EAIME076 TCS
4 2015-2016 PIYUSH CHAUDHARY 12EAIME077 TCS
5 2015-2016 PRANIT 12EAIME080 TCS
6 2015-2016 SHUBHAM GUPTA 12EAIME104 TCS
7 2015-2016 SHUBHAM RUHELA 12EAIME107 TCS
8 2015-2016 UJJWAL 12EAIME117 TCS
9 2015-2016 VISHESH KUMAR 12EAIME121 TCS
10 2015-2016 VIVEK KUMAR SHARMA 12EAIME301 TCS
11 2015-2016 DEEPIKA 12EAIME032 Tech Mahindra
12 2015-2016 TARUN KUMAR 12EAIME114 Tech Mahindra
13 2015-2016 ADARSH GROVER 12EAIME005 JK Machines
14 2015-2016 AKSHAY JANGID 12EAIME009 JK Machines
15 2015-2016 SANDEEP SHARMA 12EAIME094 JK Machines
16 2015-2016 TARUN NAGPAL 12EAIME116 JK Machines
17 2015-2016 ABHIMANYU MALI 12EAIME001 Prolifics
18 2015-2016 ABHISHEK KHANDELWAL 12EAIME002 Prolifics
19 2015-2016 ABHISHEK PAVAN 12EAIME003 Prolifics
20 2015-2016 AJAY SINGH RATHORE 12EAIME007 Daikin Electric
21 2015-2016 DEEPAK KAUSHIK 12EAIME030 Daikin Electric
22 2015-2016 FAREED AHAMAD 12EAIME037 Daikin Electric
23 2015-2016 KANHAIYA LAL DHOBI 12EAIME049 Daikin Electric
24 2015-2016 BHASKAR PARASHAR 12EAIME026 Daikin Electric
25 2015-2016 HEMANT KUMAR 12EAIME041 Capgemini
26 2015-2016 GAURANG VARSHNEY 12EAIME038 Capgemini
27 2015-2016 BANSI LAL 12EAIME024 Capgemini
28 2015-2016 BHAGSINGH SAINI 12EAIME025 Capgemini
29 2015-2016 ASHISH JHARWAL 12EAIME020 HCL Technologies
30 2015-2016 GOODWIN HARISON H ANUP 12EAIME715 Maintec Technologies
31 2015-2016 ROHIT SONI 12EAIME091 Maintec Technologies
32 2015-2016 SAGAR KALRA 12EAIME093 Maintec Technologies
33 2015-2016 YATHARTH DIXIT 12EAIME124 Cyfuture
34 2015-2016 NIRAJ KUMAR 12EAIME732 Cyfuture
35 2015-2016 VINAY JAIN 12EAIME760 Cyfuture
36 2015-2016 SWAPNIL BHANWARIYA 12EAIME752 Cyfuture
37 2015-2016 ANURAG SALUJA 12EAIME705 Cyfuture
38 2015-2016 ASHUTOSH YADAV 12EAIME022 Cyfuture
39 2015-2016 BHAVUK GANDHI 12EAIME027 Cyfuture
40 2015-2016 DEEPAK CHOUHAN 12EAIME711 Cyfuture
41 2015-2016 VIKRAM SINGH RATHORE 12EAIME759 Cyfuture
42 2015-2016 AYUSH PALOR 12EAIME707 TCS
43 2015-2016 JIMIT JOSHI 12EAIME045 Amazon
44 2015-2016 SHUBHAM AGARWAL 12EAIME746 Amazon
45 2015-2016 ARAV KUMAR RAJ 12EAIME017 CADD Centre
46 2015-2016 MANDEEP KUMAR 12EAIME053 CADD Centre
47 2015-2016 MD IQBAL 12EAIME058 CADD Centre
48 2015-2016 MOHAMMAD IMRAN 12EAIME063 CADD Centre
49 2015-2016 MOHD FAIZAN QURESHI 12EAIME067 CADD Centre
50 2015-2016 PAVAN SINGH JANKAWAT 12EAIME075 CADD Centre
51 2015-2016 PUSHPENDRA PANKAJ 12EAIME083 CADD Centre
52 2015-2016 SANJEET KUMAR THAKUR 12EAIME096 CADD Centre
53 2015-2016 SAURABH SHARMA 12EAIME100 CADD Centre
54 2015-2016 SHUBHAM JOSHI 12EAIME105 CADD Centre
55 2015-2016 SURESH KUMAR 12EAIME112 CADD Centre
56 2015-2016 VIJAY SINGH DUDI 12EAIME119 CADD Centre
57 2015-2016 ANKIT KUMAR 12EAIME703 CADD Centre
58 2015-2016 DEEPAK YOGI 12EAIME031 Consultadd
59 2015-2016 HEMANT SAINI 12EAIME042 Consultadd
60 2015-2016 JITENDRA KUMAR MAHAWAR 12EAIME046 Consultadd
61 2015-2016 KETAN JAIN 12EAIME050 HCL (TSS)
62 2015-2016 LAKSHYA SAXENA 12EAIME051 HCL (TSS)
63 2015-2016 LOKESH SHARMA 12EAIME052 HCL (TSS)
64 2015-2016 SIDDHANT AGRAWAL 12EAIME747 eUniversal
65 2015-2016 RUPESH KUMAR 12EAIME092 eUniversal
66 2015-2016 KUMAR SAURABH 12EAIME722 eUniversal
67 2015-2016 MD KALIM ANSARI 12EAIME727 eUniversal
68 2015-2016 RAKESH KUMAR 12EAIME087 eUniversal
69 2015-2016 RAVI BABU SHARMA 12EAIME740 eUniversal
70 2015-2016 DHEERAJ KUMAR 12EAIME033 eUniversal
71 2015-2016 VRIDDHI CHAND KUSHWAHA 12EAIME123 eUniversal
72 2015-2016 MD AAMIR ANSARI 12EAIME726 eUniversal
73 2015-2016 DINESH KUMAR MAHATO 12EAIME713 eUniversal
74 2015-2016 CHITTPRIYA 12EAIME029 eUniversal
75 2015-2016 VIKASH KUMAR 12EAIME757 eUniversal
76 2015-2016 BABU LAL KUMAR 12EAIME023 HCL Technologies
77 2015-2016 ABHITOSH KUMAR 12EAIME004 Teleperformance
78 2015-2016 AKASH RAJ 12EAIME008 Teleperformance

B.Tech 2014-2015 Batch
S.No. Year Name Roll No. Company Name
1 2014-2015 CHIRAG JHAMNANI 11EAIME014 CADD Centre
2 2014-2015 GAUTAM KUMAR PARMAR 11EAIME022 CADD Centre
3 2014-2015 RAJESH PATIDAR 11EAIME048 CADD Centre
4 2014-2015 RITESH CHAWARASIA 11EAIME050 CADD Centre
5 2014-2015 ROHIT KUMAR 11EAIME051 CADD Centre
6 2014-2015 SANJAY JATAV 11EAIME052 CADD Centre
7 2014-2015 NAVEEN KUMAR 11EAIME036 CADD Centre
8 2014-2015 PUSHP RAJ 11EAIME045 CADD Centre
9 2014-2015 ARVIND SHANDILYA 11EAIME011 CADD Centre
10 2014-2015 HEMANT PAL JANGID 11EAIME023 CADD Centre
11 2014-2015 CHANDAN KUMAR 11EAIME013 Merchant Navy
12 2014-2015 RISHABH PARYANI 11EAIME049 Merchant Navy
13 2014-2015 NITANSHU UPADHYAY 11EAIME038 Kukars
14 2014-2015 PIYUSH MISHRA 11EAIME039 Kukars
15 2014-2015 PRADEEP MAHLA 11EAIME042 Kukars

Industrial Collaboration:


Industrial collaboration and training is an activity in academy by which students get benefitted and their knowledge gets update. They understand about the various changes in technology which industry are following. For this we have collaborated with CAD Centre, Jaipur to train our students in the most important softwares like Autocad, Solid works, Pro-E and Ansys for improving the designing skills of the students.

RTU Syllabus:


As per the Rajasthan Technical University norms we offer a Four Year (Eight Semesters) B.Tech Course.

Projects

The students of the department have successfully completed large number of projects including the following, under the guidance of qualified faculties:

  • EFFI-CYCLE,

  • LPG Refrigerator,

  • CNC drilling wood cutter Machine,

  • GO-KART,

  • Ultra light Aircraft,

  • Borewell rescue machine,

  • Pipe bending machine,

  • Di-Wheel,

  • Manual Seed Driller,

  • Radiant cooling system,

  • Hydraulic stacker,

  • Manual stacker

The students of the department have been able to secure campus placements in many reputed companies including :

  • PINACLE

  • LNG Bhilwara Group

  • Arabol Lubricants

  • Trivani Turbines

  • Shree Cement

  • Shree shyam Engineering

  • Manu Yantrayala

  • Cad centre

  • GVK

  • Rama Aircon

  • Sunwave Infrapower

  • TECH MAHINDRA

  • COGNIZANT

  • CAPEGEMINI

  • ZYCUS

  • ACCENTURE

  • HCL

  • AMAZON

  • IBM

  • TCS

Industrial collaboration and Training


Industrial collaboration and training is an activity in academy by which students get benefitted and their knowledge gets update. They understand about the various changes in technology which industry are following. For this we have collaborated with CAD Centre, Jaipur to train our students in the most important softwares like Autocad, Solid works, Pro-E and Ansys for improving the designing skills of the students. We have collaborated with Imperial Society of Innovative engineers (ISIE) and various other organizations for the development of the students.

Department Club and Events


ACME (Arya Club of Mechanical Engineer),is a club formed by the faculty members and students of mechanical department. Under this club there are various events and workshop had performed like ESVC.

Outstanding Results


Faculties take extra care of the students and in the knowledge delivery process throughout the course period. These dedicated and concentrated efforts have culminated in obtaining 100% results in the final year. Our students have held position in the RTU merit list during the last three years.

Digital Notes


To keep the student study material ready according to university syllabus we provide them quality notes which are prepared with lots of hard work by our dedicated faculty members these notes are available at our website with the respective link. This study material helps the student to save time and guidance of two to three reference books.

Dr. DEEPAK GUPTA

Professor

(Phd)

Mr. AMITESH KUMAR SHARMA

Associate Professor

(M.Tech.)

Mr. GURMEET SINGH

Associate Professor

(M.Tech.)

Mr. SANDEEP KUMAR JHAMB

Associate Professor

(M.Tech.)

Mr. YASH AGARWAL

Associate Professor

(M.Tech.)

Mr. ANKIT SHARMA

Assistant Professor

(B.Tech./B.E.)

Mr. DEVENDRA SINGH SENGAR

Assistant Professor

(M.Tech.)

Mr. GAURAV AGRAWAL

Assistant Professor

(M.Tech.)

Mr. MAMRAJ SAINI

Assistant Professor

(B.Tech./B.E.)

Mr. PANKAJ KUMAR

Assistant Professor

(M.Tech.)

Mr. RADHEY SHYAM

Assistant Professor

(M.Tech.)

Mr. RAJU MALANI

Assistant Professor

(B.Tech./B.E.)

Mr. SHRAWAN KUMAR BAIRWA

Assistant Professor

(B.Tech./B.E.)

Mr. SHUBHAM JAIN

Assistant Professor

(M.Tech.)

Mr. VISHAL BHATIA

Assistant Professor

(B.Tech./B.E.)

Mr. ADITYA KUMAR SHARMA

Assistant Professor

(MBA)

Mr. SURESH KUMAR SHARMA

Assistant Professor

(MBA)

Mrs. SHWETA SARASWAT

Associate Professor

(M.Tech.)

Ms. PUSHPA KORANGA

Assistant Professor

(M.Tech.)