Overview Of Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering started in the year 2007, emphasizes on teaching-learning processes of design, manufacturing, maintenance of mechanical systems. The department also focuses on interdisciplinary areas like Robotics, Automation, Mechatronics, and Nanotechnology.

The department is provided with spacious and well-furnished classrooms, Workshop and Machine shop,Computer Aided Engineering Drawing Lab ,Computer Aided Design & Analysis Lab, CIM Lab, Fluid mechanics Lab etc. The CADLab is equipped with72 branded PCs' with latest configurations. All the systems are connected through LAN. And provided with latest Softwares like Nastron, Solid Edge, EdgeCAM, CADEM etc for imparting training to our students in latest Mechanical Engineering Design and analysis.

The Department is primed to imbibe Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cyber Security, Block Chain, Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) kind of future skills and their applications in the field of mechanical engineering to prepare the graduates for the upcoming challenges. The department has several state-of-the-art facilities with highly qualified and experienced teaching and non-teaching staff delivering quality education. The department is in the process of implementing Outcome Based Education (OBE). OBE is a model/philosophy in education which focuses on measuring student performance based on certain outcomes. OBE is a pre requisite for any institute which aspires to be leader in the field of education as most of the accreditation agencies look for it. In this regard the department is mulling to rephrase the Vision and Mission statements of the department.

The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty delivering quality education. Faculty members are deputed to conferences, workshops, seminars etc for continuous updating of their knowledge in the field of mechanical engineering & technology. The department has well qualified supporting technical staff lead by an experienced foreman who strive for imparting best practical knowledge.

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Vision:

To be a centre of excellence in education, innovation and incubation in the field of mechanical engineering to cater contemporary technological changes for sustainable development.

Mission:

M1. Create an ambience for holistic learning by imparting quality education through practicing professional ethics to cater social needs.
M2.Inculcate industrial practices through industry-institute interaction by providing skill and leadership qualities.
M3.Foster creative and innovative thinking skills among the faculty and students by establishing state-of-the-art facilities to encourage lifelong learning and promote entrepreneurship.

Areas of Expertise

  In their entire course of study, students would be able to learn the upcoming latest technologies and become experts in their relevant fields. They will also be given options for electing subjects of their interest. Various categories of subjects are mentioned below.


Design


Mechanics of materials
Design of machine elements
Mechanical vibrations
Kinematics & dynamics of machines
Theory of plasticity & elasticity
Finite element methods
Fracture Mechanics
Tribology & Bearing Design
Continuum Mechanics
Experimental Mechanics

Thermal


Basics of thermodynamics
Applied thermodynamics
Heat & mass transfer
Design of heat exchanger
Energy engineering
Turbo machines
Refrigeration & air conditioning

Production


Manufacturing process
Agile Manufacturing
Non destructive testing
Nontraditional machining
Advance Joining process
Design for Manufacturing

Materials


Material Science & Metallurgy
Composite Materials

Hydraulics


Hydraulics & Pneumatics
Fluid Mechanics

Mechatronics & Robotics


Mechatronics & Microprocessor
Industrial Robotics

Management 


Management & Entrepreneurship
Operation Management
Operation Research
Product life cycle management
Total Quality Management

Automobile


I C Engines
Automotive Engineering

Automation


Computer integrated manufacturing
Robotics & Simulation
Control Engineering


PEOs

PEO 1: To design, develop and manage the industrial and social projects by applying modern tools in multidisciplinary environment.
PEO 2: To practice lifelong learning, professional ethics and apply engineering principles to achieve sustainable development.
PEO 2: To demonstrate the leadership qualities and team building to take up innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Programme Outcome’s

PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems
PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences. .
PO3: Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
P04:Conduct investigations of complex problems using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5:Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable development.
PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
P09: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12: 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.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO1. Solve complex engineering problems through innovative techniques in competitive environment to design mechanical systems.

PSO2. Apply the knowledge and competence in the field of manufacturing engineering.

PSO3. Apply the knowledge and skills to formulate sustainable solutions in the field of thermofluid and energy engineering.

Teaching Faculty of Mechanical Dept

# Name Designation Qualification Profile
1 Dr. Rajesha S Principal BE, M Tech ,Ph.D
2 Prof. S. S. Balakrishna Professor & Vice Principal BE, M.Tech ,(Ph.D)
3 Dr. Ravichandra K R Associate Professor & Head BE, ME ,PhD
4 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti Professor BE, MBA , PGDip.GSM ,G.C.R.C ,Ph.D
5 Mr Vaishak N L Asst Professor BE, MTech ,Ph.D
6 Mr. Prasad Chnadran. N Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
7 Mr. Kiran Prakasha. A. Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
8 Mr. Lawrence Joseph Fernandes Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech ,(Ph.D)
9 Mr. Vinay. B. U Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
10 Mr. Suhas Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
11 Mr. Vikas. G. Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
12 Mr. Pavitra Ajagol Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech ,(Ph.D)
13 Mr. Shankarmurthy H M Asst Professor BE, M.Tech ,(Ph.D)
14 Mr. Ramakrishna Devananda P. Assistant Professor B.E., M.Tech. ,Ph.D.(Pursuing)
15 Mr. Mahadev U M Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech (Ph.D)
16 Mr. Shivakumar K M Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
17 Mr. Rakshith H S Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
18 Mr Naveen B Assistant Professor B. E., M. Tech. (Ph. D)
19 Mr. Ajith B. S Asst Professor B.E.,, M.Tech.,(Ph.D)
20 Mr B C Pramod Assistant Professor B Tech, MTech
21 Mr. Sunil H V Assistant Professor BE, M Tech ,(Ph.D)
22 Mr. Adesh Padival B Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
23 Mr. Abhishek K Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
24 Mr. Gagan K Shetty Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
25 Mr. Prakash kumar Kavalur Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
26 Mr. Dushyanthkumar G L Assistant Professor B. E.,, M. E.,
27 Mr. Yathisha K K Assistant Professor BE, M Tech
28 Mr. Gautham Nayak Assistant Professor BE, M.Des

Adjunct Faculty

Dr.S.Seetharamu, FIE FIIPE
Former Director, CPRI

Tech Advisor - NDRF






Dr. S. Seetharamu received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Science in 1982 after obtaining M.E. in Mechanical Engineering from IISc in 1976 and B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Bangalore University in 1974. Dr. S. Seetharamu joined CPRI in 1985 after serving in L&T and Best and Crompton Engg and retired as Director of CPRI in June 2015. He has also served as a Faculty at Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan.


Mr.Sundaram Moorthy
CEO

Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd, Sahyadri

Campus, Adyar, Mangalore



      

Mr. Sundaram Moorthy is the CEO of Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd, Sahyadri Campus, Adyar, Mangalore. He holds a BE degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Mysore. Earlier, he was the director of Yoke Engineering Outsourcing private limited. He has 30 years of in-depth experience in manufacturing especially welding and has worked in various MNCs like Dresser Valves, Cameron, Mokveld Valves. He is specialised in Global Sourcing, Supply Chain Management & Industrial Training.


Mr. S. Natarajan
QA/QC Manager

Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd, Sahyadri

Campus, Adyar, Mangalore



                

Mr. Natarajan is currently associated with Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd, Sahyadri as QA/QC Manager. His ambition to be a resourceful key stakeholder for the Organization in pursuing its business plan; to be diligently performing the role through business acumen, engineering managerial excellence, professional integrity and determination in committed tasks towards supporting the organization in fulfilling its business objectives. He worked as QA/QC Engineer & Conducted inspection of 60” Valve at LLIC company and Trained the South Korean supplier to Cameron Need. He is also expert in NDT techniques and certified to train the students and industry personal

Non-Teaching Staff of Mechanical Dept

Sl.No. Designation Name ,Qualification & Mobile No.
1 Foreman Mr. Vishu Kumar (D.M.E(G))
Mobile No.:8660014436
2 Sr. Instructor Mr. Sharathraj K (D.M.E(G))
Mobile No.:9448870319
3 Instructor Mr. Naveen Santhosh Vegas (D.ME.,B.E)
Mobile No.:9844509466
4 Instructor Mr. Gururaj R Shetty (B.E in ME)
Mobile No.:9535115283
5 Instructor Mr. Johnson Pasanna (B.E in ME)
Mobile No.:9741913042
6 Instructor Mr. Vaibhav H R (B.E in ME)
Mobile No.:9633082737
7 Instructor Mr. Nikhith N Shetty (B.E in ME)
Mobile No.:9686144789
8 Instructor Mrs. Nalini (D.M.E(G))
Mobile No.:9482741321
9 Instructor Mr. Vijesh ( I.T.I.,D.M.E(G))
Mobile No.:9845873109
10 Mechanic Mr. Ajith Kumar B (BA, PGDCA ,Dip. in Hardware & Networking)
Mobile No.:9449845922
11 Mechanic Mr. Lokesh B (ITI in Motor Mechanic Vehicle )
Mobile No.:9901650946
12 Mechanic Mr. Kishor Kumar(ITI in Diesel Mechanic)
Mobile No.:8749066967
13 Office Assistance Mr. Irfan M (BBM)
Mobile No.:9901227656
14 Helper Mr. Sathisha Naika M (PUC)
Mobile No.:9481265688
15 Attender Mrs. Poornima K (BA)
Mobile No.:9591473622

Thrust Areas

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
THRUST AREAS
Manufacturing & OperationsDesign & Analysis Thermal Systems & Fluid Power Automotive and Sustainable Systems
Advanced Materials Advanced Modelling & Analysis Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Smart & Autonomous Vehicles
Smart Manufacturing Intelligent Machine ManagementHeat Transfer &CFD Future Energy Generation
Automation Smart MechanismsReal Time Condition Monitoring Sustainable Systems
CO-ORDINATORS
Mr. Mahadev U M Mr. Suhas Mr. Lawrence J FernandesMr. Kiran Prakasha A
FACULTY
Dr. Rajesha S Prof. Balakrishna S S Mr. Shankara Murthy H M Dr. Ravichandra K R
Mr. VaishakN L Dr. Mahesh B DavanageriMr. Prasadchandran N Dr. Rathishcandra Gatti
Mr. Vinay B UDr. Rajesh Shetty Mr. Naveen BMr. Ajith B S
Mr. Ramakrishna D PMr. Revanasiddappa M D Mr. Dushyanthkumar G L Mr. Gagan Shetty
Mr. Vikas G Mr. Rakshith H S  Mr. Pramod B C
Mr. ShivakumarMr. Prakash Kumar Kavalur   
Mr. Pavitra Ajagol Mr. Sunil H V  
Mr. Denis Pinto Mr. Yathisha K K  
Mr. Abhishek K. Mr. Gautham Nayak  
Mr. AdeshPadival    
SUPPORTING STAFF
Mr. Naveen Santhosh Mr. VishuKumar Mrs. Nalini Mr. Kishore
Mr. VijeshMr. LokeshMr. Gururaj R ShettyMr. Johnson Pasanna
Mr. Sharath Mr. Ajith  Mr. Sayyed Mohammed Zaved
Mr. Nikhith N ShettyMr. Vaibhav H R  

Syllabus

Laboratories Of Mechanical Engineering

CAD CAM Lab

Design Lab

Energy Lab

Engineering Graphics Lab


Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab

Foundry forging & Welding Lab

Heat Transfer Lab

Material Testing Lab

Mechanical Measurements & Metrology Lab

Workshop & Machine shop Lab

Additional Facilities Of Mechanical Engineering

Advanced Energy Research Lab Advanced Energy Research Lab

Tools and Equipments:
  • •    Gas Chromatography set up.
  • •    Centrifuge unit.
  • •    Distillation unit.
  • •    Transesterification unit.
    • i.    Magnetic stirrer with hot plate.
    • ii.    Glass Materials.
    • iii.    Chemicals and Consumables.
  • •    Fuel Testing
  • •    Viscosity and Density
    • i.    Redwood Viscometer.
    • ii.    Saybolt Viscometer.
    • iii.    Torsional Viscometer.
  • •    Flash and Fire Point
    • i.    Abel Pensky and Marten’s Apparatus.
    • ii.    Cleveland’s Apparatus.

Utilization:

To conduct Research, Design & Developed Advanced Energy solutions for industrial and societal need utilizing the latest tools, methods and technologies.
To facilitate the creation of faculty-student research groups to undertake research and consultancy work of industries and community in the energy domain.

Advanced Energy Research Lab Advanced Energy Research Lab

Tools and Equipments:
  • •    Tig welding Machine.
  • •    Arc welding machine.
  • •    Drilling Machines.
  • •    Cutting machines of all kinds.
  • •    Grinding Machines.
  • •    Special Equipped tools and fixtures.
  • •    Spray painting Machine.
  • •    Air Compressor.
  • •    Different measuring instruments.

Utilization:

This lab provides infrastructure to realize the dreams of all engineers in mechanical engineering field irrespective of their specialization. The state-of-art infrastructure provides a conducive atmosphere for the engineers to excel in the automobile field. The lab also encourages the students to participate in national and international events in order to gain vast exposure in the same. Students will gain knowledge in the design, manufacture, management, communication, research, thirst of gaining knowledge and marketing and exploration of small machineries, student version formula car, Go carts and all-terrain vehicles.

Innovative Teaching Learning Methods

  • Mechanical Engineering Learning Centre (CADMEUM / MARC)

    Department has established two learning centers one on CAD/CAM/CAE and other on Mechatronics and Automation under the supervision of Prof. Ravichandra K R. Learning center concept is to provide the space for likeminded people with same goals and objective in the field of engineering career to for a collaboration to learn, exchange and experience the specified knowledge and skill in the respective areas.

    Subject Mapped: Computer Aided Machine Drawing, Design, Project work. Sahyadri Project Support Scheme (SPSS).

    Outcomes:
    1. Better understanding of CAD concepts by students and hence it may help in future to get jobs in design field.


  • Conceptual Prototype/Poster Presentations

    With respect to subject the method of conceptual prototyping and poster presentation will be done by the students by their own by collecting different information’s from multiple sources like articles, international reputed journals or project reports and same thing will be presented by their own.

    Subject Mapped: Kinematics of Machines, Dynamics of Machines, Energy Engineering, And Automobile Engineering.

    Outcomes:
    1. Better understanding of concepts by students and hence improved academic performance through better results in Continuous Internal Evaluation and Semester End Examination.


  • Presenting a Journal Paper

    Two student’s form a group has to approach faculty members to identify the peer reviewed journal papers. Then review the selected papers and present the findings in front of group of students. Each group will present a paper that enhances the knowledge and presentation skill.

    Subject Mapped: Final Year Project Work.

    Outcomes:
    1. Students understand how the journal papers are written and the findings of the particular paper, this may enables the students to take research work in future.


  • Industry Hands on Training.

    Our mechanical engineering department established MOU with Caliper Pvt. Ltd. which is advanced manufacturing company who is a vendor of DRDO, ISRO etc. Every student’s will have hands on training in different advanced manufacturing techniques and Nondestructive testing. It is a unique and value added material for the growth of the students in all aspects.

    Subject Mapped: Industry Connect Course

    Outcomes:
    1. Connect theory and practical approaches
    2. Bridge gap between industry and academia.
    3. Deal with real time projects.
    4. Get oriented towards future skills.


  • Industry Interactions

    The students will be arranged to have interactions with industry experts. Alumni are working in different top companies like Bosch, Anglo Eastern, Aditya Birla, Jindal Steels, Infosys, Capgemini, and many more and they will be associated with the present student fraternity for the exposure of current demands in the company’s also they are assisting the students to have industry internship or industry training.

    Subject Mapped: All Mechanical Engineering Subjects.

    Outcomes:
    1. Exposure to trends in industry and future skills.
    2. Improved domain knowledge.
    3. Building better network among alumnus.
    4. Exposure to corporate sector/entrepreneurship.


  • Aptitude Skill Enhancement

    The majority of the top recruitments start from aptitude test. So it is very important to a student to possess good aptitude skill, so the department has provided a dedicated aptitude lab with modern tools and experts for the training. With this, critical thinking and programming skills are greatly improved and are visible through company placements.

    Subject Mapped: Aptitude Course.

    Outcomes:
    1. Improved problem solving skills.
    2. Better placements and improved number in higher studies.


  • Society for Automotive Engineers/Mech-Tech Garage

    Students who are interested in automobile field they will have a membership from SAE India and the students will build their own automobile like low floor or all-terrain vehicle, SAE Aero design etc. For this work a dedicated workspace with all the modern facility has been provided to the students which will be working 24X7.

    Subject Mapped: Automobile Engineering, Design, Materials and Manufacturing.

    Outcomes:
    1. Demonstrate the ability to build/develop real time projects/products through innovative ideas by applying modern tools.
    2. Conduct survey on latest trends/technologies by visiting industries/exhibitions, attending workshops/seminars and trainings on cutting-edge technologies
    3. Estimate the cost of the projects/product and prepare the financial report.
    4.Perform effectively in a competitive environment by participating in national and international events.


  • Flagship Technical Event/Off Road Engineers/Mech-Tech Garage

    To enhance the managing skill of mechanical students the department has given a free hand to the students to organize the technical event. Off-road is the one of the flagship event which is managed by the mechanical engineering students were nearly 500-600 students from all over the Karnataka State will participate. It’s an event were the teams should prepare a Bots and clear the different tests.

    Subject Mapped: Mechatronics, Design, Materials and Manufacturing.

    Outcomes:
    1. Improved technical skills and problem solving skills.
    2. Estimate the cost of the projects/product
    3. Better placements and higher education opportunities.
    4. Exposure to content beyond syllabus.


  • ISTE Chapters

    Indian society for technical education chapter is very active in the department which will organizes seminars from eminent personality, students training, students company exposures etc. will be carried out

    Subject Mapped: All Mechanical Engineering Subjects.

    Outcomes:
    1. Improved domain knowledge.
    2. Build better network


  • Inculcating Good Programming Skills

    The majority of the top IT recruitments start from aptitude test and programming. So it is very important to a student to possess good aptitude skill and programming skills such as basics of C, C++, so the department has provided a dedicated aptitude lab and programming lab with modern tools and experts for the training. With this, critical thinking and programming skills are greatly improved and are visible through company placements.

    Subject Mapped: Programming Course.

    Outcomes:
    1. Improve their technical skills and coding skills.
    2. Improved placements and higher education opportunities.


  • NPTEL/Online Videos

    Students are exposed to real time applications videos created by reputed well known premier institutes like IIT, s or NIT, s on the topics related to the course taught. Students are encouraged to register for online courses such as NPTEL. The certifications will give them an added advantage when they show case it in their resumes/LinkedIn profiles.

    Subject Mapped: Non Traditional Machining, Basic Thermodynamics, Applied Thermodynamics, Fluid Power System, Metal Cutting and Forming, Machine Tools and Operations.

    Outcomes:
    1. Improved technical skills and problem solving skills.
    2. Better placements and higher education opportunities.
    3. Exposure to content beyond syllabus.


  • Peer to Peer Learning

    Students will be selected based on the learning capacity (Fast learners) and some of the topic will be allotted for the students it may be an individual or a team and the students himself/herself will prepare for the topic and present the same to the entire class by using power point presentation or some other technique. At the end of the session presenter will ask quiz or one work question related to delivered topic.

    Subject Mapped: Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), Total Quality Management,CIM Lab, Metal Casting and welding, Non Traditional Machining, Mechatronics, Management and Engineering economics, Metal Cutting and Forming.

    Outcomes:
    1. Self-directed learning skills can be enhanced.
    2. The communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills will be improved.


  • Project-Based Learning

    This initiative is started to encourage project-oriented learning of the students in the field of science and technology and also it promotes innovation in projects. The process includes the following steps:

    Initially, each faculty (Project guide) handles approximately 4 projects. He will nominate at least one or two best projects. In Technical Round 2 – Blind Technical Round. In this hardcore technical round, the projects are evaluated by external faculty. It is a blind review process where the identity of the students or the guide is not revealed in the presentation. It is a rigorous process with careful evaluation based on rubrics. Each department selects 10 projects.

    Business Training Round: The Top 50 selected in Blind Technical Round will undergo a one day business training on how to prepare a business plan for start-up and also how to pitch your product to investors/funding agencies. This is purely a business round where only business parameters are evaluated. Out of Top 50, Top 20 will be selected depending on the Jury. This Top 20 will be given grants from the 20 lakhs pool to build the Student-Faculty startups.

    Hence the idea is converted to proof of concept to a product by applying the engineering fundamentals and skills.

    Subject Mapped: Sahyadri Project Support Scheme (SPSS).

    Outcomes:
    1. Understanding of societal problems and engineering problems.
    2. Development to leadership capabilities and learn to work as a team.
    3. Improvement in oral communication and technical writing skills.
    4. Better placements and higher education opportunities.



Project and Exhibitions Of Mechanical Engineering

Sl.No. Name of Faculty Project Title Funding Agencies Project Duration Reference No. And Date Amount (Rs)
1 Mr. Kishore D J Design and development of hot machining process . KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 8000/
2 Mr. Kishore D J Experimental investigation on effect of machine parameters on surface roughness generated during double tool turning process. KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 7000/
3 Mr. Ramakrishna Devananda P. Coconut Dehusker. KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 5000/
4 Mr. Shivakumar K M . Design and fabrication of automatic sewage cleaning machine . KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 7000/
5 Mr. Suhas Foundry sand recrystallizing machine . KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 8000/
6 Mr. Naveen B Renewable free energy by intermittent input through gears . KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 8000/
7 Mr. Pramod B C Animatronic hand . KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 8000/
8 Mr. Prakashkumarkavalur Extraction of biodiesel from rubber seeds . KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 7000/
9 Mr. Pavitra Ajagol Design and development of simaroubaglucadepulping machine and oil extraction . KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 7000/
10 Mr. Hanumantharaya R
Mr. Ajith B S
Usage of acetylene and ethonal as alternative fuels for four stroke petrol engines. KSCST 1 year 7.1.01/SPP/1333 6500/
11 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti

"Design and Development of a Novel Point Absorber Type.Wave Energy Generator for Micro- Grids and Desalination for agricultural purposes."

VGST scheme of RGS/F 1 Year KSTePS/V GST-RGS- F/2018- 19/GRD No.800/315 5 Lakh
12 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti

"UBA2.0"

Unnat Bharat Abhiyan 1 Year SBIN6190 42627133 50,000 + stepwise
Sl.No. Name of Faculty Project Title Funding Agencies Project Duration Reference No. And Date Amount (Rs)
1 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti Development of Automated Welding techniques in TIG & MIG for industries. KCTU 2 years KCTU/R & D/SCEM/TIG-MIG/01/2018-19 RS 109.91 Lakhs
2 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti Ocean wave energy converter. KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)(28/03/2018) RS 8,500
3 Mr. Vikas G ECO Duster. KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)(28/03/2018) RS 5,000
4 Mr. AdeshPadival B Automatic wheel chair for disabled people. KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)(28/03/2018) RS 8,000
5 Mr. Suhas Biodiesel Extraction from waste plastic material. KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)(28/03/2018) RS 10,000
6 Mr. Ajith B S Optimization for high yield biodiesel production from fish oil using nano catalyst and performance evaluation in diesel engine. KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)(28/03/2018) RS 10,000
7 Mr. Lawrence J F Experimental investigation on performance and emission characteristics using poltry waste biodiesel and additives in CI engine. KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)(28/03/2018) RS 13,000
Sl.No. Name of Faculty Project Title Funding Agencies Project Duration Reference No. And Date Amount (Rs)
1 Dr. Manjappa S (PI)
Mr. Ajith B S (CO–PI)
“ Production of Biodiesel from fish oil on Extracting Omega-3 fatty acid from fish oil ”. AICTE, Under Research Promotion Scheme (RPS) 3 years (8-67/RIFD/RPS/POLICY-1/2016-17)(04/08/2017) 13.21 Lakh Rupees
2 Mr. Ajith B S and Dr. Manjunath Patel G C Study of performance combustion and emission characteristics of direct injection diesel engine fuelled with waste animal fat methyl ester and its conventional diesel oil and kerosene blends KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/112)(31/03/2017) RS 7000
3 Mr. Ajith B S and Dr. Manjunath Patel G C Modelling and optimization of sand mould properties utilizing industrial wastes as an alternate moulding materials. KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/112)(27/03/2017) RS 7000
4 Mr. RavindraBabu G Incrasing the efficiency of power plant (thermal and nuclear) using thermoelectric generator by extracting the unused heat. KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/112)(27/03/2017) RS 8000
5 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti Affordable solar agricultural dryer for farmers. KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/112)(27/03/2017) RS 7000

Internship Details Of Mechanical Engineering

No. USN Name Company Name Date of Commencement Date of Completion
1 4SF14ME061 Himanth Raj A S New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
2 4SF15ME031 Bhuvan Sagar New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 04/07/2019 04/08/2019
3 4SF15ME067 Manish Bekal New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
4 4SF15ME098 Nagaraj Sapali 2L Engineers, Dharwad 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
5 4SF15ME104 Nikethan Nachappa Esteem Engineering Company, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 09/08/2019
6 4SF15ME136 S P Vishwas Magalore Pipe Industries, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 13/08/2019
7 4SF15ME155 Sheikh Mohammed Anas Magalore Pipe Industries, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 13/08/2019
8 4SF15ME191 Shashank Vijay Esteem Engineering Company, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 09/08/2019
9 4SF16ME001 Aaron Jhon Alvares New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 18/07/2019 14/08/2019
10 4SF16ME005 Abhijith Shetty S S Techno Ltd, Pune 17/07/2019 17/08/2019
11 4SF16ME006 Abhishek Shetty Lamina Suspension Products Ltd, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
12 4SF16ME008 Abhishek N S S Techno Ltd, Pune 17/07/2019 17/08/2019
13 4SF16ME009 Adithyan R DSAJ Precisions Pvt Ltd, Mangalore 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
14 4SF16ME013 Ajay Krishnan DSAJ Precisions Pvt Ltd, Mangalore 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
15 4SF16ME014 Ajesh K New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
16 4SF16ME015 Akash Raga Precisions, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 08/08/2019
17 4SF16ME017 Akshay Kamalaksha New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 01/08/2019 30/08/2019
18 4SF16ME020 Anant Ramachandra Bhat Raga Precisions, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 08/08/2019
19 4SF16ME021 Ashith Kumar U M New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 01/08/2019 30/08/2019
20 4SF16ME022 Ashok Kumar K DSAJ Precisions Pvt Ltd, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
21 4SF16ME026 Beerappa Balappa Aheri Lamina Suspension Products Ltd, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
22 4SF16ME027 Chaithanya Kumar Ashok Iron Workas Pvt Ltd, Belagavi 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
23 4SF16ME028 Chandan S M Microfinish Valves Pvt Ltd, Dharwad 17/07/2019 14/08/2019
24 4SF16ME031 Chirag Kumar Sunikh Components Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru Month of July
25 4SF16ME032 Disha D Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd, Bidadi, Ramanagar 12/07/2019 31/08/2019
26 4SF16ME034 Dhanush New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 01/08/2019 30/08/2019
27 4SF16ME038 Dipinraj Shettiyan Ankit Fasteners Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 10/07/2019 06/08/2019
28 4SF16ME040 Girish K 2L Engineers, Dharwad 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
29 4SF16ME041 Goutham Gopal M New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 01/08/2019 30/08/2019
30 4SF16ME043 Harshith K Gurucharan Industreis, Mangaluru 22/07/2019 19/08/2019
31 4SF16ME044 Hemantha C Starline Brackets India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
32 4SF16ME045 Hilal Kunhi Ahammed TRAC FUICO AIR SYSTEMA LLP, Chennai 17/07/2019 07/08/2019
33 4SF16ME047 Jaison Prem Dsouza Govt. Tool Room & Training Centre, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
34 4SF16ME048 Jason Ronnien Manezes C Lion Engineering, Mangaluru 09/07/2019 09/08/2019
35 4SF16ME050 Jeethan Rayan Pinto Gurucharan Industreis, Mangaluru 22/07/2019 19/08/2019
36 4SF16ME051 Jeevan Mendon Solidus Hi tech Product Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 03/08/2019
37 4SF16ME052 Joel Sequeira Govt. Tool Room & Training Centre, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
38 4SF16ME053 K Mohammed Zunaid Bharath Petroleum Corporation Pvt Ltd, Dharwad 4 weeks
39 4SF16ME054 K Nikhil Narayanan DSAJ Precisions Pvt Ltd, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
40 4SF16ME057 Karthik G N Divgi TorqTransfer Systems, Sirsi 10/07/2019 08/08/2019
41 4SF16ME058 Karthik Kannath Raga Precisions, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 08/08/2019
42 4SF16ME059 Karthik Kumar G S Solidus Hi tech Product Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 03/08/2019
43 4SF16ME060 Kaushik M Volvo Group India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
44 4SF16ME061 Keerthan Stalone Solidus Hi tech Product Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 03/08/2019
45 4SF16ME063 Lathesh Shetty Karnataka Conveyors & Systems Pvt Ltd, Hubballi 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
46 4SF16ME065 M Pawan Hegde Ankit Fasteners Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 10/07/2019 06/08/2019
47 4SF16ME066 Madan Kumar B S Raga Precisions, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 08/08/2019
48 4SF16ME068 Mohammed Alfaz Bharath Petroleum Corporation Pvt Ltd, Dharwad 4 weeks
49 4SF16ME069 Manish Singh Gurucharan Industreis, Mangalore 22/07/2019 19/08/2019
50 4SF16ME076 Mohammed Maroof Al Qaser Fabrication Works LLC, Dubai, UAE 14/07/2019 29/08/2019
51 4SF16ME078 Mohammed Afreed New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 16/07/2019 15/08/2019
52 4SF16ME079 Mohammed Ashir Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited, Mangaluru 22/07/2019 05/08/2019
53 4SF16ME082 Mohammed Naseel New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 16/07/2019 15/08/2019
54 4SF16ME083 Mahammed Safwan Bharath Petroleum Corporation Ltd, Dharwad 4 weeks
55 4SF16ME086 Muhammed Ashiq Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited, Mangaluru 29/07/2019 12/08/2019
56 4SF16ME087 Muhammed Misbaah Udeen Mangalore Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 08/08/2019
57 4SF16ME089 N Avinash Nayak Karnataka Conveyors & Systems Pvt Ltd, Hubballi 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
58 4SF16ME090 Nakshith Kumar U N Volvo Group India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
59 4SF16ME091 Navaneeth A Shetty Sunikh Components Pvt Ltd, Benagaluru Month of July
60 4SF16ME093 Nidhish Shetty Karnataka Conveyors & Systems Pvt Ltd, Hubballi 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
61 4SF16ME094 Nikhith Rai KIOCL Ltd, Mangaluru 16/01/2019 22/01/2019
62 4SF16ME096 Niraj N Shetty Volvo Group India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
63 4SF16ME097 Nithin C Reddy Karnataka Conveyors & Systems Pvt Ltd, Hubballi 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
64 4SF16ME099 Nithish Rai Mangalore Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited, Mangaluru 22/07/2019 05/08/2019
65 4SF16ME100 Nithyananda R Mestha 2L Engineers, Dharwad 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
66 4SF16ME101 P Gagan Govind Kalluraya Karnataka Conveyors & Systems Pvt Ltd, Hubballi 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
67 4SF16ME102 P K Anirudh Volvo Group India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
68 4SF16ME103 P Kripal KIOCL Ltd, Mangaluru 16/01/2019 22/01/2019
69 4SF16ME104 Pavan Bhaskara Poojari The Karnataka Fisheries Development Corporation Ltd, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 13/08/2019
70 4SF16ME105 Pavan M Upadhya Starline Brackets India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
71 4SF16ME108 Pradeep B N Synthesis Winding Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 15/07/2019 02/08/2019
72 4SF16ME109 Pradeepa K New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
73 4SF16ME110 Pramod Malipatil Sunvik Steels Pvt Ltd, Tumkur 10/07/2019 31/08/2019
74 4SF16ME111 Prasanna Toyota Industries Engine India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 09/07/2019 08/08/2019
75 4SF16ME112 Prashabh Jayaprakash Southern Railway (Palakkad Division), Mangaluru 04/07/2019 04/08/2019
76 4SF16ME113 Prashanth Narayana M N The Karnataka Fisheries Development Corporation Ltd, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 13/08/2019
77 4SF16ME114 Praveen Naik Synthesis Winding Technologies Pvt Ltd 15/07/2019 02/08/2019
78 4SF16ME116 Preetham Gomes Govt. Tool Room & Training Centre, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
79 4SF16ME117 Prithvi Raj Kumar DSAJ Precisions Pvt Ltd, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
80 4SF16ME118 Puneeth K GWASF Quality Castings Pvt Ltd, Mangaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
81 4SF16ME119 Puneeth Raj Govt. Tool Room & Training Centre, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
82 4SF16ME121 Rajath Sanil KIOCL Ltd, Mangaluru 16/01/2019 22/01/2019
83 4SF16ME122 Rakshith S Salian Udupi Power Corporation Ltd, Padubidri, Udupi 09/07/2019 02/08/2019
84 4SF16ME123 Ranjith New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
85 4SF16ME124 Ravi 2L Engineers, Dharwad 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
86 4SF16ME126 Rishabh Adiga Bharath Heavy Electricals Ltd. Electronics Division, Bengaluru 10/07/2019 09/08/2019
87 4SF16ME127 Sachin Prabhu New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
88 4SF16ME128 Sachin Ullas Naik Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
89 4SF16ME129 Sagar H R New Mangalore Port Trust, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
90 4SF16ME130 Saptam Bhandary Volvo Group India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
91 4SF16ME131 Saurav Naik GWASF Quality Castings Pvt Ltd, Mangaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
92 4SF16ME132 Savan Bangera BASF India Ltd, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 08/08/2019
93 4SF16ME133 Shanker R Kumar Flotanomers, Sahyadri, Mangaluru 14/07/2019 15/08/2019
94 4SF16ME135 Shazin Ali Canara Springs, Mangaluru 22/07/2019 17/08/2019
95 4SF16ME136 Abhilash Shetty Elcia Cluster, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 03/08/2019
96 4SF16ME137 Sourav Shetty GWASF Quality Castings Pvt Ltd, Mangaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
97 4SF16ME138 Shivasharan S Bharath Heavy Electricals Ltd. Electronics Division, Bengaluru 10/07/2019 07/08/2019
98 4SF16ME139 Shodhan G Mendon Sunikh Components Pvt Ltd, Benagaluru Month of July
99 4SF16ME143 Shreyas S Shetty C Lion Engineering, Mangaluru 09/07/2019 09/08/2019
100 4SF16ME146 Shubham ARCV Holding Pvt Ltd, Dellhi 22/07/2019 23/08/2019
101 4SF16ME147 Shawn Prajwal D Souza HAL Bengaluru 08/07/2019 08/08/2019
102 4SF16ME148 Sougandh Sudhy K V Bharath Heavy Electricals Ltd. Electronics Division, Bengaluru 10/07/2019 07/08/2019
103 4SF16ME149 Sowrav Boloor Udupi Power Corporation Ltd, Padubidri, Udupi 09/07/2019 02/08/2019
104 4SF16ME150 Suchetha Lamina Suspension Products Pvt Ltd, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 14/08/2019
105 4SF16ME151 Suman S Shetty N D Sons Engineers, Mangaluru 01/07/2019 28/08/2019
105 4SF16ME151 Suman S Shetty N D Sons Engineers, Mangaluru 01/07/2019 28/08/2019
106 4SF16ME152 Sunraj Martha C Lion Engineering, Mangaluru 09/07/2019 09/08/2019
107 4SF16ME154 Swasthik M C Lion Engineering, Mangaluru 09/07/2019 09/08/2019
108 4SF16ME155 Swasthik Purandara Kotain Workbench Projects Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 06/08/2019
108 4SF16ME155 Swasthik Purandara Kotain Workbench Projects Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 06/08/2019
109 4SF16ME160 Vaishak S Shetty Shakti Tools, Mangaluru 10/07/2019 10/08/2019
110 4SF16ME161 Vaishakh V Karkera HAL Bengaluru 08/07/2019 08/08/2019
111 4SF16ME162 Vignesha Poojari Volvo Group India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
112 4SF16ME163 Vijesh P N D Sons Engineers, Mangaluru 01/07/2019 28/07/2019
113 4SF16ME164 Vikhyath M Gurucharan Idustries, Mangaluru 01/08/2019 31/08/2019
114 4SF16ME165 Vineethkumar Shetty Elite Engineering Industries, Mangaluru 09/07/2019 16/08/2019
115 4SF16ME166 Vinyas Rao Selkin Technical Solutions, Mangaluru 10/07/2019 10/08/2019
116 4SF16ME168 Vihruth K B Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
117 4SF16ME169 Yashanth S Shetty K Gurucharan Idustries, Mangaluru 01/08/2019 31/08/2019
118 4SF16ME170 Yash Raj Shakti Tools, Mangaluru 10/07/2019 10/08/2019
119 4SF16ME171 Ziyad Hussain N D Sons Engineers, Mangaluru 01/07/2019 28/07/2019
120 4SF16ME172 Ismail Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited, Mangaluru 29/07/2019 12/08/2019
121 4SF16ME173 Shakshi Kumari COE in Aerospace & Defence, Bengaluru 07/07/2019 08/08/2019
122 4SF16ME174 Abhishek K S The Karnataka Fisheries Development Corporation Ltd, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 13/08/2019
123 4SF16ME401 Arvind Gurunath Lamani Govt. Tool Room & Training Centre, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
124 4SF16ME402 Arjun Arvind Byndoorkar Karthik Moulds and Dies, Mumbai 14/07/2019 14/08/2019
124 4SF16ME402 Arjun Arvind Byndoorkar Karthik Moulds and Dies, Mumbai 14/07/2019 4 weeks
125 4SF17ME401 Amit Dattatraya Naik Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 08/07/2019 07/08/2019
126 4SF17ME402 Anvith G Hebbar Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
127 4SF17ME403 Ashish Shetty P Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
128 4SF17ME404 Atul Grasim Industries Ltd, Karwar 10/07/2019 10/08/2019
129 4SF17ME405 B Pranava Master Control Facility, Hassan Month of July
130 4SF17ME406 Bhuvanesh S Sunvik Steels Pvt Ltd, Tumkur 10/07/2019 31/07/2019
131 4SF17ME407 Chandan Vee Tech Valves Pvt Ltd, Hubballi 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
132 4SF17ME408 Chandan B R Vee Tech Valves Pvt Ltd, Hubballi 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
133 4SF17ME409 Dhanush Servel Engineers, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 4 weeks
134 4SF17ME410 Dhanush Poojary Servel Engineers, Mangaluru 08/07/2019 4 weeks
135 4SF17ME411 Gollara Suresh Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
136 4SF17ME413 Karthik N Karthik Moulds and Dies, Mumbai 14/07/2019 4 weeks
137 4SF17ME415 Manesh Yalakapati Mangalore Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited, Mangaluru 22/07/2019 05/08/2019
138 4SF17ME418 Mohammed Sab A Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
139 4SF17ME421 Nikhil Prasad O L Ashok Agro Industries, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
140 4SF17ME423 Prajwal Devaiah Canara Springs, Mangaluru 04/07/2019 02/08/2019
141 4SF17ME424 Pramod Gowda H M Canara Springs, Mangaluru 04/07/2019 02/08/2019
142 4SF17ME425 Preetham G L Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
143 4SF17ME427 Rakshith K R Bharath Heavy Electricals Ltd. Electronics Division, Bengaluru 10/07/2019 07/08/2019
144 4SF17ME430 Sagar S Bandekar Grasim Industries Ltd, Karwar 13/07/2019 12/08/2019
145 4SF17ME431 Saifan Mohammed Saleem Karthik Moulds and Dies, Mumbai 14/07/2019 4 weeks
146 4SF17ME432 Sanjay Jewargi The Nandi Sahakari Sakkare Kharkhane Niyamith, Bijapur 07/07/2019 19/08/2019
147 4SF17ME434 Sathish P Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019
148 4SF17ME435 Shashanka H S Karthik Moulds and Dies, Mumbai 14/07/2019 4 weeks
149 4SF17ME436 Shreekantha K J Vee Tech Valves Pvt Ltd, Hubballi 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
150 4SF17ME437 Sunesh G Bharath Heavy Electricals Ltd. Electronics Division, Bengaluru 10/07/2019 07/08/2019
151 4SF17ME438 Swaroop H Y Vee Tech Valves Pvt Ltd, Hubballi 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
152 4SF17ME439 Varun Raj Ashok Agro Industries, Mangaluru 15/07/2019 15/08/2019
153 4SF17ME441 Vinayaka K Divigi Torq Transfer Systems, Pune 30/07/2019 30/08/2019
154 4SF17ME442 Vishal Vimal Panikar Karthik Moulds and Dies, Mumbai 14/07/2019 4 weeks
155 4SF17ME443 Yogesh Madev Patgar Venjay Automation Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru 12/07/2019 12/08/2019

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Name of the Employer
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1 DHANUSHA 4SF14ME047 THE IAN MARTIN GROUP SCEM/ME/2019/01
2 A ANOOP RAJ 4SF15ME001 SILVERPEAK 2019/Oct-19/1721
27/02/2019
3 A R ARUN KUMAR 4SF15ME002 SILVERPEAK 2019/Oct-19/1689
27/02/2019
4 ABHISHEK Y K 4SF15ME004 SILVERPEAK 2019/Oct-19/1687
27/02/2019
5 AHAMMED ZULFI 4SF15ME008 Good Buy Beauty Product SCEM/ME/2019/02
6 AKASH GUPTA 4SF15ME012 SAMUNDRA INSTITUTE OF MARITIME STUDIES (SIMS) CAMPGME0371_Sep_19/SEP 2019 batch
7 AKSHAYA 4SF15ME017 SAMUNDRA INSTITUTE OF MARITIME STUDIES (SIMS) CAMPGME0399_Sep_19/SEP 2019 batch
8 ALISTER SUJITH LASRADO 4SF15ME018 Instant Solutions SCEM/ME/2019/03
9 ALLAN LOY D SOUZA 4SF15ME019 TCSL TCSL/DT20184681794/BLR
09/10/2018
10 ANIRUDH MALLYA U 4SF15ME023 SLK SOFTWARES PRIVATE LIMITED SCEM/ME/2019/04
11 ASHIK KUMAR A NAIK 4SF15ME025 SLIVER PEAK 2019/Oct-19/1728
27/02/2019
12 ASHWIN 4SF15ME027 NIPPON AUDIOTRONIX PVT LTD SCEM/ME/2019/05
13 ASHWITH IMMANUEL MENDONCA 4SF15ME028 S L K SOFTWARES SCEM/ME/2019/06
14 BELTHANGADY MOHAMMED ADIL 4SF15ME030 DIFFUSION ENGINEERS LTD SCEM/ME/2019/07
15 CHAITRA 4SF15ME032 [24]7 CUSTOMER PVT LTD. SCEM/ME/2019/08
16 DARSHAN N P 4SF15ME036 INFOSYS SCEM/ME/2019/09
17 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 ICICI PRUDENTIAL SCEM/ME/2019/10
18 DIXIT BALA TANDEL 4SF15ME044 WIPRO 8392680
10/05/2019
19 CHANDAN H Y 4SF15ME033 MANIRANJAN DIESEL SALES AND SERVICES SCEM/ME/2019/11
20 CHARAN RAJ 4SF15ME034 WIPRO 8383772
09/05/2019
21 GUPTA AMIT RAMASHANKAR 4SF15ME048 SILVER PEAK 2019/Oct-19/1688
27/02/2019
22 JONATHAN ADRIEL RODRIGUES 4SF15ME052 WIPRO LIMITED 8410892
10/12/2018
23 K RAKSHITH BALLAL 4SF15ME054 INFOSYS SCEM/ME/2019/12
24 KARTHIK 4SF15ME056 CALIPER ENGINEERING PVT. LTD. SCEM/ME/2019/13
25 KIRAN SHETTY 4SF15ME063 CALIPER ENGINEERING PVT. LTD. SCEM/ME/2019/14
26 SHETTY DHANISHA CHANDRASHEKHAR 4SF15ME189 SLIVER PEAK 2019/Oct-19/1735
27/02/2019
27 MAHAMMAD SAFWAN K 4SF15ME065 CALIPER ENGINEERING PVT. LTD. CEL/HR/OL/2019/14
10/04/2019
28 MANISH KUMAR 4SF15ME068 SILVERPEAK 2019/Oct-19/1707
27/02/2019
29 MERWIN DSA 4SF15ME073 CALIPER PVT LTD. CEL/HR/OL/2019/11
10/04/2019
30 MOHAMMAD ARIF 4SF15ME075 MANIPAL TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED SCEM/ME/2019/15
31 MOHAMMED FAIZ 4SF15ME083 NIPPON AUDIOTRONIX PVT LTD SCEM/ME/2019/16
32 MOHAMMED ISHFAQ 4SF15ME086 ANGLO EASTERN SCEM/ME/2019/17
33 MOHAMMED RADIL 4SF15ME088 INFOSYS SCEM/ME/2019/18
34 MOHIT S KOLAMKAR 4SF15ME091 DIFFUSION ENGINEERS LTD. SCEM/ME/2019/19
35 MOOSA MAASHOOK 4SF15ME093 THE IAN MARTIN GROUP SCEM/ME/2019/20
36 NISHANTH 4SF15ME106 CALIPER ENGINEERING PVT. LTD. SCEM/ME/2019/21
37 PRAHALLAD 4SF15ME111 TECHNOLOGIES GLOBAL PRIVATE LIMITED SCEM/ME/2019/22
38 PRAJWAL B R 4SF15ME113 SILVER PEAK 2019/Oct-19/1684
27/02/2019
39 PRATHIK CHANDRA 4SF15ME117 INFOSYS SCEM/ME/2019/23
40 PREETHAM 4SF15ME123 MANIPAL TECHNOLOGIES SCEM/ME/2019/24
41 PUSHPAK 4SF15ME124 TCSL 26/09/2018
TCSL/DT20184719322/BLR
42 RAHUL 4SF15ME126 FUTURE GENERALI INDIA INSURANCE CO. LTD SCEM/ME/2019/25
43 RAHUL 4SF15ME127 ICICI PRUDENTIAL SCEM/ME/2019/26
44 RAKSHAN C NAIK 4SF15ME128 SIMS SCEM/ME/2019/27
45 SAGAR K DEVADIGA 4SF15ME139 Sahyadri Edu Dreamers SCEM/ME/2019/28
46 SAGAR S K 4SF15ME140 INFOSYS SCEM/ME/2019/29
47 SARVOTHAM K 4SF15ME148 MANIPAL TECHNOLOGIES LTD. SCEM/ME/2019/30
48 KAUSTHUBH P 4SF15ME059 ARTECH SCEM/ME/2019/31
49 RAKSHITH S 4SF15ME130 MANIRANJAN DIESEL SALES AND SERVICES SCEM/ME/2019/32
50 SHIVAPRASAD N 4SF15ME156 PATHFRONT SCEM/ME/2019/33
51 SHIVARAJ B 4SF15ME157 SIMS SCEM/ME/2019/34
52 SHREYAS P 4SF15ME161 EVOBI AUTOMATIONS PVT LTD SCEM/ME/2019/35
53 SHRIVATHSA 4SF15ME162 ANGLO EASTERN SCEM/ME/2019/36
54 SHRUTHESH D RAI 4SF15ME163 FUTURE GENERALI INDIA INSURANCE CO. LTD SCEM/ME/2019/37
55 SUDESH N ACHARYA 4SF15ME167 SIMS SCEM/ME/2019/38
56 SURAJ LOUIS D CUNHA 4SF15ME170 INFOSYS SCEM/ME/2019/39
57 SURESH 4SF15ME171 ICICI PRUDENTIAL SCEM/ME/2019/40
58 TILAK NARAYAN NAIK 4SF15ME174 SILVER PEAK 2019/Oct-19/1727
27/02/2019
59 VIKAS MALLIK 4SF15ME180 FOCUS ACADEMY FOR CAREER ENHANCEMENT SCEM/ME/2019/41
60 VISHAL 4SF15ME183 PATHFRONT SCEM/ME/2019/42
61 VISHNU DIVAKARAN NAIR 4SF15ME184 SILVER PEAK SCEM/ME/2019/43
62 ARUN N DEVADIGA 4SF16ME403 RSA TURBOTECH PVT LTD. SCEM/ME/2019/44
63 MARUTHI L 4SF16ME418 PACT CONSULTING SCEM/ME/2019/45
64 MURAGHENDRA SANADI 4SF16ME419 ICICI PRUDENTIAL SCEM/ME/2019/46
65 VISHU KUMAR B 4SF15ME185 SILVER PEAK 2019/Oct-19/1720
27/02/2019
66 DANISH JABBAR 4SF15ME035 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2019/10
67 MOHAMMAD MARWAN 4SF15ME079 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2019/24
68 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME0 BOSCH NhP2/HRL/03.09.2019
69 PRAJESH H R 4SF15ME112 Caliper Engineering CEL/HR/OL/2019/23
70 MOHAMMED NIYAZ 4SF15ME087 Caliper Engineering CEL/HR/OL/2019/09
71 AHAMMAD BASHITH 4SF15ME007 Cimtrix Systems Pvt Ltd CIM-HR-OF-1943
72 MEHFOOZ 4SF15ME072 MMR Engineering MMR/2019/08
73 MOHAMMAD ASHRAF K 4SF15ME076 Cimtrix Systems Pvt Ltd CIM-HR-OF-1944
74 MOHAMMED SUHAIM 4SF15ME089 MMR Engineering MMR/2019/06
75 MOHAMMED AQIB 4SF15ME082 Caliper Engineering CEL/HR/OL/2019/25
76 AHMED NAWAF 4SF15ME009 Blueridge Manufacturing Service BMS/HR/2019-20/010
77 FARZIN AHAMMED A 4SF15ME045 Vollmer Technologies India Pvt Ltd VT/HR/2019/08
78 MAHAMMED ARSHAD OP 4SF15ME094 Magmatic NDT Systems MNS:HRD:OFFER:19-8
79 NAVEEN A 4SF15ME102 Maxell Finpower Aircon System Pvt Ltd SCEM/ME/2019/47
80 PREKSHITH Y P 4SF15ME121 GTTC MYSORE SCEM/ME/2019/48
81 MOHAMMED FAHAD VALIYA PURAYIL 4SF15ME074 BYJU SCEM/ME/2019/49
82 NARTHAN NACHAPPA 4SF15ME101 RENAULT SCEM/ME/2019/50
83 GOPALAKRISHNA SHARMA D 4SF16ME412 KARAVALI POLYTECHNIC SCEM/ME/2019/51
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1 A N HARSHITH 4SF14ME001 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2018/01
2 ADITYA VINAYAK RAO K 4SF14ME014 FANSHAWE, LONDON, CANADA 0949769
04/11/19
3 AKSHAY ANAND 4SF14ME021 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2018/02
4 AMITH B SHETTY 4SF14ME027 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2018/03
5 ANURANJ M 4SF14ME032 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2018/04
6 BABAIL P V 4SF14ME038 UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG AUSTRALIA 423/OCU/AU3S/2019/04-10-2018
04/10/2018
7 BHARATH CHANDRA C P 4SF14ME039 INFOSYS SCEM/ME/2018/05
8 DEELAN FELIX CONCESSAO 4SF14ME042 ALLCARGO LOGISTICS LTD. SCEM/ME/2018/06
9 FLAVEN GLEN MASCARENHAS 4SF14ME051 TECHNISCHEHOCHSCHULE ROSENHEIM 231419
21/05/2019
10 GAUTHAM 4SF14ME058 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2018/07
11 GOWTHAM P 4SF14ME059 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2018/08
12 HARSHA RAMABHAT 4SF14ME060 ICICI PRUDENTIAL SCEM/ME/2018/09
13 JAMON K SAJI 4SF14ME065 CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY 20188859
09/11/2018
14 K NAGA PRAJWAL 4SF14ME067 S L K SOFTWARES SCEM/ME/2018/10
15 KARAN KUMAR RAI E 4SF14ME068 EPIC RESEARCH (P) LTD. SCEM/ME/2018/11
16 KAUSHIK S DAMODARAN 4SF14ME070 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2018/12
17 LEN JOSLEN SEQUEIRA 4SF14ME076 INFOSYS SCEM/ME/2018/13
18 MADHUSUDAN YADIYAL KS 4SF14ME078 KIRLOSKAR TOYOTA TEXTILE MACHINERY PVT LTD SCEM/ME/2018/14
19 MANJULA R 4SF14ME081 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2018/15
20 B VANISHREE RAO 4SF14ME037 UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE 14/07/2018
2181304
21 SAKSHA S SHETTY 4SF14ME141 AUTOLIV SCEM/ME/2018/16
22 MOHAMMED MANSOOR K 4SF14ME094 ANGLO-EASTERN SCEM/ME/2018/17
23 NAGARAJ KAIRATE 4SF14ME112 ICICI PRUDENTIAL SCEM/ME/2018/18
24 NIKHITH N SHETTY 4SF14ME117 CALIPER CEL/HR/APP/2018/016
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45 VARUN K 4SF14ME176 SLK SOFTWARES SCEM/ME/2018/31
46 VIJAY KUMAR 4SF14ME177 4SF14ME177 SCEM/ME/2018/32
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64 BIPIN PAUL 4SF14ME040 NANDI TOYOTA Nandi/HRD/OL/6541
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65 NASIL SINAN 4SF14ME114 University of Ottawa 300144153
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66 SHYAM P NAMBIAR 4SF14ME162 UPES, Dehradun 2018/UPES/161801716
22/06/2018
67 M Shamshan 4SF14ME087 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2018/18
68 Mohammed Taiz 4SF14ME089 Ramani Engineering Works EMP-18-11
69 Mohammed Afzal 4SF14ME090 Magmatic NDT Systems MNS:HRD:OFFER:18-13
70 Mohammed I N 4SF14ME092 Cimtrix Systems Pvt Ltd CIM-HR-OF-1815
71 Mohammed Luckman 4SF14ME093 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2018/06
72 Mohammed Nizamuddin 4SF14ME096 Metal Care Engineering Services MCES/054/17-02
73 M Safuvan C A 4SF14ME097 Blue ridge manufacturing services BMS/HR/2018-19/05
74 M Shahin T U 4SF14ME099 Ramani Engineering Works EMP-18-9
75 Mohammed Suhail 4SF14ME100 Cimtrix Systems Pvt Ltd CIM-HR-OF-1816
76 Mohammaed yasiruddin 4SF14ME102 VOLLMER Technologies INDIA Private Limited VT/HR/2018/11
77 Mohammed Ashfan 4SF14ME104 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2018/24
78 Mohammed Irfan V P 4SF14ME105 Magmatic NDT Systems MNS:HRD:OFFER:18-12
79 Mohammed Mashood 4SF14ME106 Blue ridge manufacturing services BMS/HR/2018-19/015
80 Mohammed Siras 4SF14ME107 Ramani Engineering Works EMP-18-10
81 Muzumil 4SF14ME108 Rock Tools Bangalore RTB/Sales/2018/01
82 Nabeeb M Zakaria 4SF14ME109 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2018/25
83 Nasih Rahman 4SF14ME113 Metal Care Engineering Services MCES/054/17-03
84 NITHESH KUMAR 4SF14ME119 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2018/17
85 SHERWIN TARAN PINTO 4SF14ME157 Ramani Engineering Works EMP-18-12
86 ABDUL KHADER MUNAS K M 4SF14ME005 Cimtrix Systems Pvt Ltd CIM-HR-OF-1814
87 ABOOBAKER SIDDIQ 4SF14ME012 Magmatic NDT Systems MNS:HRD:OFFER:18-15
88 AHMED SHIYAD M S 4SF14ME015 Ramani Engineering Works EMP-18-8
89 ZAKWAN HARIS 4SF14ME184 Magmatic NDT Systems MNS:HRD:OFFER:18-14
90 MUHAMMAD SINAN 4SF15ME420 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2018/09
91 Nadeem 4SF14ME110 Neo Valves NVH/SL/2018-15
92 SHIHABUDDEEN S 4SF14ME158 Shamanur Sugars Limited SSL/HR/2018-19/010
93 AHMMAD YASER SHAMMAZ 4SF14ME016 ADVANCED TEAM LEASE TECHNICAL SOLUTION SCEM/ME/2018/43
94 PUNEETH KUMAR 4SF14ME125 SUPRAJIT AUTOMOTIVE PVT LTD SCEM/ME/2018/44
95 SUSHANTH SHETTY 4SF14ME172 AL NOUR CO. SCEM/ME/2018/45
96 MAHENDRA 4SF15ME415 ND SONS NDS/HRD/APTL/118
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2 K ABDUL QADIR Z 4SF12ME054 Ameerah University of Sharjah SCEM/ME/2017/02
3 AJAYGAN K 4SF13ME007 INFOSYS HRD/3T/17-18/11519684
4 ANIRUDDHA U E 4SF13ME016 TECH MAHINDRA 1489484/ELTP/2017
31/01/2017
5 ASHKARALI C 4SF13ME023 TECH MAHINDRA 1489484/ELTP/2017
31/01/2017
6 ASTER FERNANDES 4SF13ME024 WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERCITY SCEM/ME/2017/03
7 BHAVIK DAS SF13ME028 MITSUBISHI ELEVATOR PVT LTD. IMEC:HR:CHE325
11/10/2017
8 CHAITHANAYA G 4SF13ME029 TECH MAHINDRA SCEM/ME/2017/03
9 DATTA PRASAD ALVA 4SF13ME031 BHAVANI SHIPPING SERVICES PVT LTD SCEM/ME/2017/04
10 DHEERAJ N 4SF13ME036 AVVASHYACCI SCEM/ME/2017/05
11 GLISTER P D SILVA 4SF13ME037 MAHENDRA FIRST CHOICE SERVICES LIMITED HR-GUL-17-OFF-2836
20/07/2017
12 GURURAJ K G 4SF13ME038 NMAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 4NM17MMD02
05/09/2017
13 HITHA ROY B 4SF13ME041 ETHNUS CONSULTANCY PVT LTD. SCEM/ME/2017/06
14 JOLENE SHAINA VAS 4SF13ME044 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2017/07
15 KASHYAP C 4SF13ME047 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2017/08
16 MAHABHALA SHETTY 4SF13ME053 BHAVANI INDUSTRIES SCEM/ME/2017/09
17 MAHAMMAD YUNUS 4SF13ME055 ANGLO EASTERN SCEM/ME/2017/10
18 MANISH M 4SF13ME058 SOGEFI MNR ENGINE SYSTEMS INDIA SCEM/ME/2017/11
19 MANOJ H C 4SF13ME060 TECH MAHINDRA 1489246/ELTP/2017
31/01/2017
20 MOHAMMED IMRAN M 4SF13ME074 TVS MOTORS SCEM/ME/2017/12
21 SUJITH KUMAR K.S 4SF11ME119 T V SUNDARAM PVT LTD. CHN/AO/F20/11368
01/05/2019
22 MANOJ MAHESH RAO 4SF13ME061 J S W PAINTS PVT LTD. JSWPPL/GENERAL/L07/18-19/036
16/03/2017
23 NAVAJITH PADMANABHA KARKERA 4SF13ME081 ETHNUS CONSULTANCY PVT LTD. SCEM/ME/2017/13
24 NIHAL RANJAN KUMAR 4SF13ME083 Reva University 6455 28/3/2018
25 NIKHIL C MADA 4SF13ME084 J S W PAINTS PVT LTD. JSWPPL/GENERAL/L07/18-19/037
11/03/2019
26 PRANAV PADAVU 4SF13ME089 NITK MTECH/2018-19/E6
16/07/2018
27 PRATHIK LESTER RODRIGUES 4SF13ME091 Lewin Electricals 29ADZPR9932J1Z9
26/06/2017
28 RAHUL M 4SF13ME093 DIYA SYSTEMS SCEM/ME/2017/14
29 RAKSHITH SHETTY N 4SF13ME096 J S W CEMENT LTD. JSW/CORP/APPT /161
30 RAHUL SHETTY M 4SF13ME094 SILVERPEAK SCEM/ME/2017/15
31 ROHAN A SHET 4SF13ME098 INDO-MIM PVT LTD INDOMIM/OF/19
06/05/2019
32 SAFIYULLA 4SF13ME099 INFOSYS HRD/3T/17-18/11519801
33 SANTOSH SHAH 4SF13ME103 LUPIN LTD. SCEM/ME/2017/16
34 SHISHIR 4SF13ME109 TVS MOTOR COMPANY MYSURU SCEM/ME/2017/17
35 SRI HARSHA BHAT 4SF13ME112 INFOSYS HRD/3T/17-18/11519815
36 SUDEEP K 4SF13ME114 MITSUBISHI ELEVATOR PVT LTD. HR/GET/BL/201701
11/10/2017
37 SWASTHIK B 4SF13ME115 SOGEFI MNR ENGINE SYSTEMS INDIA SCEM/ME/2017/18
38 SWASTIK U R 4SF13ME116 DIGICALLTELESERVICE 1489552/ELTP/2017
39 VAISHAK R 4SF13ME118 HOCHSCHULE ROSENHEIM UNIVERCITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES 220213
24/05/2018
40 VARUN PAKKALA 4SF13ME119 COCA COLA BEVARAGES PVT LTD SCEM/ME/2017/19
41 AMIT NADAKARNI 4SF14ME403 DPPS PVT. LTD. SCEM/ME/2017/20
42 CHETAN GADAD 4SF14ME405 CALIPER PVT LTD CEL/HR/APP/2018/004
43 HUGAR MALLIKARJUNA 4SF14ME412 JSW SEVERFIELD STRUCTURES LTD SCEM/ME/2017/21
44 VIJAY KUMAR P 4SF14ME428 WATER RESOURCE DEPARTMENT, GOVERNMENT OF AP SCEM/ME/2017/22
45 ASHITH H ALVA 4SF14ME429 CRAI CRAI/404/09-18
20/09/2018
46 MANOJ N 4SF14ME430 TECH MAHINDRA 696646/1489255/ELTP
47 AASHISH SHETTY 4SF13ME001 Ramani Engineering Works EMP-17-3
48 ABDUL RAHIMAN NAJEELUDDIN 4SF13ME003 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2017/11
49 ABDUL RAZIK P 4SF13ME004 Cimtrix Systems Pvt Ltd CIM-HR-OF-1727
50 MARZOOQ 4SF13ME066 Ramani Engineering Works EMP-17-5
51 ISHAAN A 4SF13ME042 MMR Engineering MMR/2017/02
52 MARZOOK 4SF13ME065 Cimtrix Systems Pvt Ltd CIM-HR-OF-1724
53 MOHAMED NIYAS 4SF13ME068 Magmatic NDT Systems MNS:HRD:OFFER:17-6
54 MOHAMMAD FAZIL SURATHKAL 4SF13ME069 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2017/09
55 MOHAMMAD RAMSAD 4SF13ME070 Cimtrix Systems Pvt Ltd CIM-HR-OF-1726
56 MOHAMMAD SHABIL 4SF13ME071 Ramani Engineering Works EMP-17-4
57 MOHIYUDDIN AL MUHSIN 4SF13ME076 Magmatic NDT Systems MNS:HRD:OFFER:17-5
58 MUHAMMED ARAFATH 4SF13ME078 Metal Care Engineering Services MCES/054/17-18
59 MUSTAQEEM RAZA 4SF13ME079 Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd CEL/HR/OL/2017/16
60 NASEEF ABDUL GAFOOR 4SF13ME080 Cimtrix Systems Pvt Ltd CIM-HR-OF-1725
61 Ahamed Riza 4SF14ME402 Magmatic NDT Systems MNS:HRD:OFFER:17-7
62 Mohammed Mujahid Sheikji 4SF14ME414 Metal Care Engineering Services MCES/055/17-18
63 DHANARAJ RAK K 4SF14ME408 BLUERIDGE MANUFACTURING SERVICES BMS/HR/2017-18/04
64 SRINIDHI 4SF13ME113 ROCK TOOLS RTB/Sales/2017/02
65 ROSHAN M R 4SF14ME421 NEO VALVES NVH/SL/2017-3
66 MANJUNATH 4SF14ME413 Shamanur Sugars Limited SSL/HR/2017-18/04

R&D Funding / Consultancy / KSCST

Funding Agencies 2018-19 2017-18 2016-17
Research Fund received from Govt./Pvt. funding agencies (No.) 07 05 07
Research Fund received from Govt./Pvt. funding agencies (in Rs.) Rs 54,500+109.91*Lakh Rs 13,50,000 RS 52,000
SN Name of Faculty Project Title Funding Agencies Project Duration Reference No. And Date Amount
1 Development of Automated Welding techniques in TIG & MIG for industries KCTU 2 year KSTU/R & D/SCEM/TIG-MIG/01/2018-19 RS 109.91 Lakhs
2 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti Ocean wave energy converter KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)
(28/03/2018)
RS 8500
3 Mr. Vikas G ECO Duster KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)
(28/03/2018)
RS 5000
4 Mr. AdeshPadival B. Automatic wheel chair for disabled people KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)
(28/03/2018)
RS 8000
5 Mr. Suhas Biodiesel Extraction from waste plastic material KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)
(28/03/2018)
RS 10000
6 Mr. Ajith B S Optimization for high yield biodiesel production from fish oil using nano catalyst and performance evaluation in diesel engine KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)
(28/03/2018)
RS 10000
7 Mr. Lawrence J F Experimental investigation on performance and emission characteristics using poltry waste biodiesel and additives in CI engine. KSCST 1 year (7.1.01/SPP/08)
(28/03/2018)
RS 13000
8 Dr. Manjappa S (PI)
Mr. Ajith B S(CO–PI)
“Production of Biodiesel from fish oil on Extracting Omega-3 fatty acid from fish oil”. AICTE, Under Research Promotion Scheme (RPS) 3 year (8-67/RIFD/RPS/POLICY-1/2016-17)
(04/08/2017)
13.21 Lakh Rupees
9 Dr. Manjappa S (PI)
Mr. Ajith B S(CO–PI)
Study of performance combustion and emission characteristics of direct injection diesel engine fuelled with waste animal fat methyl ester and its conventional diesel oil and kerosene blends. KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/112)
(31/03/2017)
RS 7000
10 Dr. Manjappa S (PI)
Mr. Ajith B S(CO–PI)
Modelling and optimization of sand mould properties utilizing industrial wastes as an alternate moulding materials KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/112)
(27/03/2017)
RS 7000
11 Mr. RavindraBabu G Incrasing the efficiency of power plant (thermal and nuclear) using thermoelectric generator by extracting the unused heat KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/112)
(27/03/2017)
Rs 8000
12 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti Affordable solar agricultural dryer for farmers KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/112)
(27/03/2017)
Rs. 7000
13 Mr. Joel D Mello Jackfruit skin peeler KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/1148)
(23/03/2016)
Rs 8000
14 Mr. Ramakrishna Devananda Portable bidet spray for Indian railways KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/1148)
(23/03/2016)
Rs. 4000
15 Dr. K KPoornesh Production of ethanol from lignocelluloses feed stock KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/17)
(07/04/2016)
Rs. 10000
16 Dr. Manoj Kumar A P Assessment of bio oil production from waste fish fat and utilization in diesel engine KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/17)
(07/04/2016)
Rs. 10000
17 Mr. Kiran Prakash Telescopic Sprayer KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/1148)
(23/03/2016)
Rs. 7000
18 Mr. Vaishak N L Advanced solarised agro sprayer KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/1148)
(23/03/2016)
Rs. 6000
19 Mr. Vinay B U To convert the household plastic wastes and organic gardened waste to recyclable plastic block and fertilizer ash by economic and ecofriendly burning process KSCST 1 year (7.1.03/SPP/1148)
(23/03/2016)
Rs. 7000

Consultancy (from Industry) (5)

(Provide a list with Project Title, Funding Agency, Amount and Duration)

Funding amount (Cumulative during CAYm1, CAYm2 and CAYm3):

  • Amount > 10 Lakh – 5 Marks
  • Amount >= 8 Lakh and <= 10 Lakh – 4 Marks
  • Amount >= 6 Lakh and < 8 Lakh – 3 Marks
  • Amount >= 4 Lakh and < 6 Lakh – 2 Marks
  • Amount >= 2 Lakh and < 4 Lakh – 1 Mark
  • Amount < 2 Lakh – 0 Mark

Year Number of Assignments Present Status(Completed or not)
2016-17 Nuclear corporation of India Ltd. 13 Completed
Indian ordinance factory (IOF), Trhicy
Indian satellite research organization(ISRO)
Malik multi technologies private ltd., Bengaluru
BEML, Mysuru
Dressers Valves, Coimbatore
HiTech Machine Tools, Mangaluru
RDL Technologies
Soil Testing & Testing of Cubes
Inspection of Development Work of AmbedkarBhavan at B-KASABA-GramPanchayath
Compound Wall Construction at “Silhouttes of Nature” Mangalore
Inspection of Church School Building at Agrar Gram PanchayathBantwal
Storm Water Management Plan
2017-18 Robert Bosch 12 Completed
Honda Motors
Canara Lightings
Recktronics device systems
Mahindra & Mahindra
Manipal Technologies
Qikpod
Turbo energy & ABI showatch
Brakes India
Flotanomers R & D Pvt. Ltd.
Consultancy offered to Bhandary Foundation for Biogas Plant fromfood waste- Design & Execution
Recovery of Useful by products from waste resources 1 On going
2018-19 TERRA Drones- Government of Andrapradesh 07 On going
Aero modelling -
Consultancy on Aerodesign& applications
Vermicompost Scheme & Design for Green Waste developed in the campus
Evaluation of ETP provided to KMF Sub Unit @ Hirekerur, Haveri District for the scheme & Design
Evaluation of ETP provided to KMF Sub Unit @ Rona- Dharwad for the scheme & Design
Soil Test & Investigation Report

Faculty Publications

YEAR 2018-19
Sl.No Name of the author Title of the paper Title of the Journal Year of publication Vol.No./Page No./DOI
1 Mr. Ravichandra K. Rangappa Effect of thermo physical properties of cooling mass on hybrid cooling for lithium ion battery pack using design of experiments International Journal of Energy and Environmental Engineering 09/2018 https://doi.org/1 0.1007/s40095-018-0284-6
2 Dr.Rajesha S Influence of Cobalt, Iron And Copper on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Alumina/SiC Nano- Ceramic Composite.Materials Research Express 2019 Volume 6(6), DOI:10.1088/2 053-
3 Dr.Rajesha S Experimental Investigations Into Triplex Hybrid Process of GA-RDECDM During Subtractive Processing of MMC's, Materials and Manufacturing Processes 2018 Volume 34:3, pp 243-255, DOI:10.1080/10 426914.2018.1512126. (IF 3.38)
4 Dr.Rajesha S Optimization of Process Parameters Using Grey Relational Analysis and Taguchi Method During Micro-EDMing Materials Today: Proceedings 2018 Volume 5, Issue 13, Part 3, Pages 27178-27184.(IF 0.694)
5 Mr.Naveen B Design and Fabrication of Rotating Tipper Trolley International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) 07/2018 Volume 5, Issue7
6 Mr.Mahesh B. Davanageri Modeling and Optimization of Wear Rate of AISI 2507 Super Duplex Stainless Steel Silicon 15/4/19 Volume 11, Issue 2, pp1023-1034.

YEAR 2017-18
Sl.No Name of the author Title of the paper Title of the Journal Year of publication Vol.No./Page No./DOI
1 Dr. Manjunath Patel GC Back propagation genetic and recurrent neural network applications in modelling and analysis of squeeze casting pro Applied Soft Computing 1/10/2017 Volume: 59Pages: 418-437
2 Dr.Manjunath Patel G C A systematic approach to model and optimize wear behaviour of castings produced by squeeze casting process Journal of Manufacturin g Processes 1/4/2018 Volume: 32Pages: 199-212
3 Dr.Manjunath Patel G C Application of Statistical Modelling and Evolutionary Optimization Tools in Resin-Bonded Molding Sand System Handbook of research on investigations in artificial life research and development 2018 DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5396-0.ch007
4 Dr.Manjunath Patel G C Squeeze Casting Parameter Optimization Using Swarm Intelligence and Evolutionary Algorithms Critical Development s and Applications of Swarm Intelligence 2018 DOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-5134-8.ch010
5 Mr.Hanumanth araya R Mechanical and Tribological Wear Behavior of Epoxy Hybrid Composites Materials Today: Proceedings 1/1/2018 Volume 5, Issue2, Part 2, Pages 7947-795.
6 Mr.Mahesh Davanageri Influence of ageing time on hardness, microstructure and wear behaviour of AISI2507 super duplex stainless steel Materials Research Express 7/8/2017 Volume 4 Issue 8 Pages 086506DOI:10.1088/2053-1591/aa80a1
7 Mr.Mahesh Davanageri Heat treatment and mechanical characterization of En8 steel AIP Publishing March 2019 https://doi.org/1 0.1063/1.50929 33
8 Mr.Mahesh B Davanageri The Study of Wear Behaviour of Glass/Epoxy Composites Reinforced with Titanium Dioxide and Graphite Filler Materials AIP Publishing 2019 https://doi.org/1 0.1063/1.50928 94
9 Mr.Mahesh B Davanageri Finite Element Wear Behaviour Modeling of Super duplex stainless steel AISI 2507 Using Ansys IOP Conf. Series 2018 doi:10.1088/175 7-899X/376/1/012131
10 Mr.Mahesh B Davanageri A Study on Mechanical and Vibration Characteristics of Mother of Pearl Filled Fibre Reinforced Epoxy Composite Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Automation 26/2017 Volume 7 Issue 3 Pages 72-76
11 Mr.Suhas Failure Analysis of Woven Glass Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Plastic Composite Laminates by Drilling Using Finite Element Method American Journal of Materials Science 2017 Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 78-82, 2017
12 Mr.Suhas wear behavior of AA7075 reinforced carbon metal matrix composites, Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology Journal of Advanced Manufacturin g Technology 2018 Vol.11, No. 2,pp.115-128
13 Mr.Vikas.G A Review on Properties of Basalt Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites American Journal of Materials Science September 2017 Volume No 7 Issue 5,
14 Mr. Pavitra Ajagol Effect of SiC Reinforcement on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Metal Matrix Composite IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 2018 doi:10.1088/175 7- 899X/376/1/012 057
15 Mr. Pavitra Ajagol Optimization of Drilling Parameters on Surface Roughness of Al 1200-SiCComposites Using Taguchi Analysis IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR- JMCE) June. 2018 Volume 15, Issue 3 PP 77-84
16 Mr. Mahadev U M Automated Pineapple Peeling and Slicing Machine Slicing machine Automated Pineapple Peeling and 2017 Volume-4, Issue-4
17 Mr. Mahadev U M Investigation on Tribological Behavior of Metal Matrix Composites (Al6063- TiO2) International Journal of Recent Engineering Research and Development (IJRERD), August 2017 ISSN: 2455- 8761 Volume 02 - Issue 08 PP. 117-148.
18 Mr. Mahadev U M A Review on Production of Aluminium Metal Foams IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering March 2018 DOI:10.1088/17 57- 899X/376/1/012 081
19 Mr. Ajith B.S learning based optimization of squeeze casting process for quality castings IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering March 2018 DOI:10.1088/17 57- 899X/376/1/012 112.
20 Mr. Ajith B.S Isolation of Omega 3 Fatty Acid from Fish Oil Sahyadri International Journal of Research 2018 Vol 4, Issue 1,
21 Mr.Abhishek K Ann Modeling For Prediction Of Cutting Force Component During Orthogonal Turning, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology(I RJET), June 2018, e-ISSN: 2395 - 0056, Vol 5, Issue 6, P.No: 1176 - 1181.

YEAR 2016-17
Sl.No Name of the author Title of the paper Title of the Journal Year of publication Vol.No./Page No./DOI
1 Dr.Manjunath Patel G C Squeeze casting process modeling by a conventional statistical regression analysis approach Applied Mathematica l Modelling 1/8/2016 Volume 40,Issues 15–16,Pages 6869-6888.
2 Dr.Manjunath Patel G C Modeling and Optimization of Phenol Formaldehyde Resin Sand Mould System Archives of Foundry Engineering 27/6/2017 Volume 17,Issue 2, pp.162-170.
3 Dr.Manjunath Patel G C Modelling and multi- objective optimisation of squeeze casting process using regression analysis and genetic algorithm Australian Journal of Mechanical Engineering 1/9/2016 Vol.14, no.3, pp. 182–198.
4 Dr.Manjunath Patel G C An intelligent system for squeeze casting process—soft computing based approach The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 1/10/2016 Volume 86, Issue 9–12, pp. 3051–3065.
5 Dr.Manjunath Patel G C Multi-objective optimization of squeeze casting process using genetic algorithm and particle swarm optimization Archives of Foundry Engineering 1/9/2016 DOI:10.1515/afe-2016-0073.
6 Mr.Mahesh B Davanageri Effect of Sigma (σ) phase on Mechanical and Dry sliding wear Materials Today: Proceedings 1/1/2017 Volume 4, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 10189-10196.
7 Mr.Mahesh B Davanageri Dry Sliding Wear Behavior of Super Duplex Stainless Steel AISI 2507: a Statistical Approach Archives of Foundry Engineering 1/12/16 DOI:10.1515/afe-2016-0082.
8 Mr.Mahesh B Davanageri Tribological Wear Behavior of AISI 630 (17-4 PH) Stainless Steel Hardened by Precipitation Hardening American Journal of Materials Science 2016/26 Volume 6 Issue 4A Pages 6-14
9 Mr.Ravichandra K. R Investigation of Fuel Properties of Garcinia Gummi-Gutta Seed Oil Methyl Ester And Their Blends With Conventional Diesel Oil And Ethanol, Diethyl Ether As Additives To Assess Their Usefulness As Ci Engine Fuel. International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology 2016 eISSN: 2319-1163 | pISSN:2321-7308
10 Mr.Ravichandra K. R Effects of Corrugation Profile on the Heat Transfer Rate of Fins. Sahyadri International Journal for Research 2016 Volume 2,Issue 2, ISSN: 2456-186X
11 Mr.Hanuamnth araya R A Study on Mechanical and Vibration Characteristics of Mother of Pearl Filled Fibre Reinforced Epoxy Composite. Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Automation. 2017 2017:7(3):72-6
12 Mr.Ramakrish na Devananda P Tribological wear behavior of AISI 630(17-4PH) stainless steel Hardened by Precipitation Hardening American Journal of Materials science 2016 DOI:10.5923/c.mater ials.201601.02,pp. 6-14,
13 Mr.Ajith B. S. Modeling, Fabrication and Automation of Areca Nut Sorting Machine. Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Automation 2017 p-ISSN: 2163-2405; e-ISSN:2163-24132017; 7(4): 99-102

Conference

Sl. No. Author(s) Title of the Paper Name of Conference/ Seminar etc. Name of the Publisher Year of Publication
1. Mr.Mahesh B Davanageri Finite Element Wear Behaviour Modeling of Super duplex stainless steel AISI 2507 Using Ansys International Conference on Advances in Manufacturing, Materials and Energy Engineering Scopus Indexed IOP Conference Series Proceedings, IOP Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom. 2-3 March 2018
2. Mr. Pavitra Ajagol Effect of SiC Reinforcement on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Metal Matrix Composite “Advances in Manufacturing, Materials & Energy Engineering (Icon MMEE -2018)” Scopus Indexed IOP Conference Series Proceedings, IOP Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom. 2-3 March 2018
3. Mr.Mahadev,
Mr.Shivakumar K M
“A Review on Production of Aluminium Metal Foams” International Conference on Advances in Manufacturing, Materials and Energy Engineering Scopus Indexed IOP Conference Series Proceedings,IOP Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom. 2-3 March 2018
4. Mr. Vikas G A Review on Properties of Basalt Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering ST Joseph Engineering College, Mangalore American Journal of Materials Science September 2017
5. Mr. Gagan Shetty “Studies on the role of HVOF coatings to combat erosion in turbine alloys”, “International Conference on Advanced Materials & Applications (ICAMA- 2016)” Elsevier – Materials Today Proceedings 2018
6. Mr. Ajith B.S “Investigation of Fuel Properties of GarciniaGummi- gutta seed oil Methyl Ester and their Blends with Conventional Diesel oil and Ethanol, Diethyl Ether as Additives to assess their Usefulness as CI Engine Fuel” National Conference on Renewable Energy Technology: Future, Opportunity and Challenges for India (RET:FOAC- 2017) Presented March 09-10, 2017
7. Mr. Ajith B.S “Electricity Generation by Employing Repulsion Magnets” National Conference on Renewable Energy Technology: Future, Opportunity and Challenges for India (RET:FOAC- 2017) Presented March 09-10, 2017

Workshop/FDP Of Mechanical Engineering

Sahyadri hosts a Seven-Day FDP on “Student Induction” for the faculty of AICTE approved institutions(june 18,2019)

Student Induction A Seven-Day Faculty Development Programme (Residential) on “Student Induction” for the faculty of AICTE approved institution during 18th to 24th June’19 was inaugurated by Mr. Ashok Kumar Gopala, Former IT Professional, Organic Farmer as well as facilitator for Jeevan Vidya Workshops. The workshop is organized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) to equip the teaching faculty to conduct the mandatory induction programme on Human Values based on Jeevan Vidya module. More than 70 faculty members from all over the country will be undergoing this seven-day residential workshop on Human values in our campus.

Student Induction The workshop began with a formal inaugural presided by Dr. R Srinivasa Rao Kunte, Principal. Prof. Ravichandhra, Dean–Industry Connect & Head of Mechanical Engineering Department welcomed the gathering. Prof. S S Balakrishna, Vice-Principal addressed the faculty too. Ms. Shreelatha U A, Academic Administrative Officer and Co-Coordinator of the workshop facilitated the formal inaugural programme. These 7 days will include various sessions and activities conducted for the faculty to make them have a better understanding of universal human values and thereby help the students become better citizens.


National Seminar Organized by Dept. of Mechanical Engineering (September 21, 2019)

Student Induction

Dr. M G Anandakumar, Joint Secretary ICSKC spoke on Development of value added Ceramics from Industrial Solid Waste.




Student Induction

Mr. Sagiraju Chandra Shekar, Vice Chairman ICSKC spoke on the “Importance of Selection, Installation and Dry out of Refractories for Performance”.




Student Induction

Dr. Dinesh Rangappa, Joint Secretary ICSKC spoke on “Synthesis and Processing of Nanostructured Ceramic Materials for Energy, Health and Environmental application".




Student Induction

Dr. S Shyama Rao, Chairman ICSKC spoke on “Advanced Ceramics for Wear Resistance & Electrical Insulation”.




Student Induction

Dr. Ramachandra Rao, Executive Committee Member ICSKC spoke on “Ceramic Materials for Dental and Biomedical Applications”.




Student Induction
Dr. D Madhusoodana, Past Chairman ICSKC spoke on “Engineered Ceramics: Materials & Manufacturing”. In a nutshell, the key takeaways of the session were discussion on various critical aspects and future trends in the areas of ceramics. The participants for the seminar were students and faculty members from various institutes.




One-day workshop on “Importance of Accreditation for technical education and digitisation”(September 7,2019)

Importance of Accreditation for technical education and digitisation

Department of mechanical engineering in association with KRACKiN Technologies, Bengaluru organised one-day workshop on “Importance of Accreditation for technical education and digitisation” for the faculties of engineering colleges from Mangaluru region.


Importance of Accreditation for technical education and digitisation Dr. Balasubramani R., NBA coordinator, NMAMIT, Nitte was one of the resource person who gave a session on various steps involved in outcome based education accreditation process, blooms taxonomy in OBE context. Later, Mr.Ravi Purohit, KRACKiN Technologies, Bengaluru took a session on simplifying processes involved and documentation of accreditation process through digitisation Process. Faculties from the neighbour institution were participated along with the in-house faculties from various branches.

  • Technical Talk

    Mathematics in South Indian Classical Music with special emphasis on percussion instruments”(Jan 8 2018)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingMr. Anoor Anantha Krishna Sharma, a Mridangist & the Founder of Anoor Anantha Krishna Sharma Foundation for Music, Bengaluru. Mr. Anoor Anantha Krishna Sharma, a Mridangist & the Founder of Anoor Anantha Krishna Sharma Foundation for Music, Bengaluru delivered a talk on “Mathematics in South Indian Classical Music with special emphasis on percussion instruments”. He stated that each and every stroke of the music tunes are going to be calculated mainly addition and subtraction. The main Kriyas are Shashabdha Kriya and Nishyabdha Kriya. The basic Thala of the music is Adi Thala. The oral numinous of the music is known as thala. The 3 speeds of music include: 8 bit, 16 bit (Rhythmic one) & 32 bit. The geometrical composition is Yathi’s. The uniform structure of beats is Samayathi. Structure of Mrudanga is Mrudangayathi. Structure of Damaru is Damarugayathi. Structure of Gopura is Gopuchchayathi. Structure of V is Shrothuvahayathi. He also spoke about the permutation and combination of maths in music. He stressed on the different types of phrases and said that playing music in higher beat is URUTU.


  • Alternate Energy and Opportunities in terms of R&D for the future”(Jan 8 2018)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingDr. Suresh Nagesh, Managing Director, Voith Engineering Services spoke about needs, opportunities and challenges in the field of alternative energy resources, how increase in the demand of global energy affects the economic growth, lifestyle of people and vice versa. The main source of energy in many countries still is usage of fossil energy and it is Time not to think, but through action to replace the use of fossil fuels with alternative energy sources. He also emphasized on careful selection of alternative energy sources by considering its reliability, effect on environment, lifestyle etc.


  • “Mathematics in South Indian Classical Music with Special Emphasis on Percussion Instruments(Jan 8 2018)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingMr. V Krishna Venkataram, Professor & Head, Mechanical Engineering, PES Institute of Technology, Bengaluru. spoke on “Mathematics in South Indian Classical Music with Special Emphasis on Percussion Instruments”. He briefed about koruppu, the session where they reduce the time and increase the bits levels. He explained about the Thala, where Thala is the musical time, i.e., physical act. The time difference between each thala is kept constant. He explained about LAYAGNANA is the ability to maintain the time in Thala. He demonstrated Adithala with 3 bits to 9 bits. He even told that western art of music are simple than the Indian. He briefed about Avadhana,Ashtavadhana, Shathavadhana.


  • “Enchanting Waves”(Jan 9 2018)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingProf. Gopalan Jagadeesh, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore delivered a session on “Enchanting Waves”. He started the session by distinguishing Science, Engineering and Technology. He quoted the importance of working with interest rather than working out of pressure. He discussed the concept of Shock waves and its uses in various fields. He brought out the role of various disciplines involved in constructing a technology. He stressed on the importance of being employer rather than being an employee.


  • “Robots are tools to design to achieve human goals”.(Jan 9 2018)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingProf. Robert Richardson, Scientific Researcher in Robotics, Leeds University, UK spoke on “Robots are tools to design to achieve human goals”. He elaborated the use of Robots in the field of Agriculture. He said that Robots should not be designed to harm human beings. Robots can operate in many environments. Underwater- Materials to withstand pressure, Corrosion, Sealing of moving parts. Explosive proof- Design to prevent explosive mixtures.




  • Sahyadri Science Talent Hunt (SSTH) 2017.(NOVEMBER 06 - 11, 2017)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingProf. S N Omkar, while addressing the gathering expressed his happiness to be at the event and the initiative of Sahyadri to collect talent pools & ignite their minds. He also said – in the current scenario we have ideas & concepts, however fail to take it to the consumers. He stimulated students to take their labs to life. He referred to the discoveries of renowned scientists & conveyed that the greatest inventions happened through simple experiments and not through major funding.
    Mr. M V Subramanian congratulated the participants of SSTH as they are half engineers already due to their interest in projects & models. Once they pursue their course they shall be complete engineers & not mere graduates. Mr. M V Subramanian expressed his interest to mentor students on entrepreneurship and also advised them to host their projects on social networking sites which can fetch them appreciation and feedback. He concluded his speech by stating that “the best way of learning is teaching your friends” hence emphasizing the importance of peer learning.


  • “Inauguration of Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt. Ltd” (NOVEMBER 06 - 11, 2017)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingCaliper Engineering & Lab Pvt. Ltd, a Centre for Mechanical Engineering Start-Ups & Incubators was inaugurated at Sahyadri in the presence of Mr. Shreenadha Reddy Nayani, Mr. M V Subramanian, Mr. Vasanth Shetty, Mr. K Balakrishna Bhandary, Mr. Manjunath Bhandary, Chairman, Bhandary Foundation, Mr. S M Sunder, CEO, Caliper and Ms. Prasanna Bhandary, Director, Caliper.
    Mr. Shreenadha Reddy Nayani is the Chairman & Managing Director of Sai Srushti Group (SSG), a conglomerate comprising of companies in real estate, education and energy. Before starting SSG, Mr. Reddy was the Vice-President of SiteLite Inc, a start-up based in Los Angeles, USA that provides web services monitoring software to global clients. Prior to that, he worked for Canon and OSI Consulting Inc in USA.
    Mr. Vasanth Shetty, Assistant General Manager is heading Canara Bank, Mangalore Circle which is having 460 branches spread across West Karnataka including Goa. In his career spanning 32 years, he has held many important positions in the Bank. He has been rewarded with many awards & accolades in recognition for his service to the Bank.
    Mr. M V Subramanian is the Co-Founder & Managing Director of Future Focus Infotech Pvt. Ltd. (FFI), a premier IT Staffing & Software Consulting Services Company. Popular in the Investment community & respected for his keen business acumen, Mr. Subramanian is often consulted to ideate, incubate and model different start-up ideas through his association with TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) & IAN (Indian Angel Network).
    Mr. K. Balakrishna Bhandary is the Chairman, SAMS Techno Mech Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai & Trustee, Bhandary Foundation. SAMS Techno Mech is one of India's leading solution providers in the field of formulation processing, serving the global pharmaceutical industry for more than 2 decades.


  • Work culture in an Industry / Company(OCTOBER 23 - 28, 2017)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingMr. Naveen Nazareth Graduated from TU Berlin and currently placed in Siltronic AG located in Burghausen, Germany. Mr. Naveen Nazareth spoke to the students of third year Mechanical Engineering on work culture in an Industry / Company. He explained about the production, Quality, R&D Departments and also on handling Technical and Management difficulties in a company.
    He spoke on opportunities in Germany for students who are seeking to work in industries. He encouraged students to have an aim in life and to keep working until the goal is reached. "No shortcut for Success, Hard work is a must". Naveen Nazareth graduated from TU Berlin and currently placed in Siltronic AG located in Burghausen, Germany. He worked as a Project and Maintenance Engineer for 20 months at Jindal Steel Works Limited. Out of 8 months of his internship experience, 5 months has been in Germany & the remaining 3 months in India.


  • Personal Development Activities

    FEEL-Employable (11-08-2015 Tuesday, August 11, 2015)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingProf. Sunney Tharappan, Director, CLHRD Stated that the quality of a programme depends on the person who goes through the training. He also added that learning happens only when we have reflections on it.
    FEEL Employable programme helps students redefine themselves through reinforcement of various areas of one’s own human resource. The strategies employed, the methodology adopted, the techniques used, and the action plan implemented is necessarily meant to promote the students to think in positive lines and feel comfortable with his or her achievements.


  • Organizational Behaviour (Thursday, August 13, 2015 13-08-2015)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingMr. Amithabh Vyas, Head HR, Dubai Airport He urged the students to take part in all team/group activities. He gave an insight into vision, mission and values of an organisation. He asked the students to have a purpose listed at the beginning of every year, evaluate with the inner voice and start believing it. He told the students to put their thinking hats on and prioritize between knowledge, skills and abilities.




  • Soft concept (Thursday, July 07, 2016)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingDr. N Dr. N. K. Vijayan Karippal, Principal, Expert PU College, Valachil, Mangalore He e He elaborated on its implementation for 4-year undergraduate engineering course: identifying problems, developing “soft concept” at first year level, and in later years creating hard prototype and coming up with a final product. He presented several successful case studies and motivated the faculty to involve themselves in projects.




  • Success, Motivation & Personality Development (Monday, August 08, 2016)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingChethan Ram R A, Dean & Managing Trustee, 'Parivarthana School In his In his talk said that one should be self-motivated and focused on the goal to become successful. He mentioned that each one of us is a gift of nature. How best we make use of our talent, and give our service to the society is what we are gifting back to the nature.
    He ur HE urged the students to make best use of the opportunities provided. About 680 students participated in two batches and were greatly inspired by the motivational talks.




  • Value Driven Leadership (Friday, August 19, 2016)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingSampoojya Swami Purnamritananda Puri, Secretary of the world renowned organization, Mata Amritanandamayi Math
    In his In this highly motivated lecture gave excellent messages - Unity is power for leadership, one need to enjoy every problem of life, Sustain purity and innocence, No compromise on values, Respect everything in nature, Commitment and Consistence, Healthy body and Powerful Mind, help others and get satisfaction. For the past twenty eight years he has been engaged in the very noble spiritual and humanitarian activities of the Math that Amma envisioned.



  • Focus on Agricultural Setor. (Thursday, August 25, 2016)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingAnil A. Uppin, Additional Director(Vishwa) Department of Industries and commerce(DIC) Shri. Uppin highlighted various avenues of utilizing these innovations in an organizations. He suggested varied personalities spanning all areas of Engineering and said to focus on agricultural sector which has ardent need of technology implementation.




  • GST & Tax issues (Wednesday, December 07, 2016)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingMr.shreyas, Indian Revenue Services Officer, Civil Servant He spoke to the students about different subject like Civil Service exams, GST and tax related issues. He spoke about various challenges, a civil servant has to face. He also encouraged students to work hard with determination in-order to achieve success in life. He has assured the students of visiting Sahyadri again.




  • SHAPE-IT.(Monday, December 26, 2016)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingMs. Vaijayanthi Srinivasaraghavan, Certified Delivery Project Executive, GH Program Team, IBM Their agenda to visit the campus was mainly to explore the opportunities to feature the college success stories, with the concept of SHAPE-IT. being Being in the IT industry for more than two decades, and working closely with the fresh talent from campus, and having received numerous feedback from student community, project managers / recruiters from Industry and the academia intends to survey the student requirements/needs to be prepared for the “INDUSTRY” while still in campus.


  • Social Innovation.(Monday, January 16, 2017)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingDr. omar A Saraereh, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, The Hashemite University Jordan – Zarqa he inr He interacted with students in Social Innovation Lab and staff members about various ongoing projects. Dr. Omar has appreciated facilities provided by Sahyadri and assured to visit our institution again with his team.




  • Understanding Mental Health and Adolescence.(Thursday, August 03, 2017)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingDr. Srinivas Bhat U, MD, Professor, K S Hegde Medical Academy, Deralakatte He emphasised on the nature and characteristics of adolescence and the problems they encounter during their transition. She explained various scenarios referring to case studies. He spoke about diverse psychiatric problems faced by the adolescence and also mentioned about some common cases he came across in his clinical practice. He also spoke about substance abuse and suicide. Dr. Rameela concluded the talk by re-iterating the role of a teacher in helping students to develop healthy habits and living.


  • Leadership Development Programme (Saturday, September 02, 2017)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingMr. Ramani Venkat, Co-Founder of Varnaaz leadership The main focus of the training was conveying the importance of working as a team, appreciate people, time management and also out of the box creative thinking. First session had insight on brand value which included ideas on brand value creation. He mentioned that every single human being even without unique traits are considered to have brand value, however the instances in which people remember them is what defines as a brand value for that person. He also touched upon the relevance of having a vision and working towards it. He emphasised that Communication is imperative in almost all spheres of Leadership like Strategising, Research, innovation, advertising, after sales service and so on.


  • Self-Management.(Monday, January 29, 2018)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical Writing Col. Mahendra Babu (Retd.) he urged the teachers and students to inculcate the habit of “Talk to yourself” which can be easily attained by “Write to yourself” – Write as if someone else is writing about you. He gave strategies on Self Management which he urged the participants to practice. Better the Emotional Intelligence (EI) better will be the Self Management Skills. He gave strategies on Self Management which he urged the participants to practice. Better the Emotional Intelligence (EI) better will be the Self Management Skills. He also shared the importance of Self Control and gave inputs on how it can be attained. He threw light on Shreya (GOOD) & Preya (PLEASANT).


  • Tech Vision (Tuesday, May 01, 2018)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical WritingThe main objective of this event is to inspire young minds of the engineering students by providing them a Platform to demonstrate their skills and knowledge through projects. Identify innovative projects for POC to incubation. Briefing on the Entrepreneurship.










  • Discussion on Sahyadri Innovation Campus with faculty by Subramanian Sivakumar, CEO of World Research Centre, World Research Investments Limited and Pratian Technologies.(Saturday, March 23 2019)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical Writing ? Subramanian Sivakumar presented on the Sahyadri Innovation Campus, Envisioning the future to the faculty. Key Takeaways of the discussion: • Current System of Education Vs Envisioned Ecosystem • Importance of developing Competencies in students – Knowledge, Behaviour, Attitude and Skills • Focus on Value Creation and Value Communication • Provide Industry-centric value to learners • Knowledge should not be limited to Application but should lead to solving problem.




  • Department of Mechanical Engineering organizes Career Awareness Programme.(Tuesday, April 30 2019)

    Sahyadri MECH-Art of Technical Writing ? Mr. Surya Shekar gave an overview of Konkan Railways. In his session, Mr. Shridhara spoke extensively on the opportunities at Konkan Railways. ? The speakers called on students to start their own enterprise as railway contractors. The department explored possible opportunities for internships.





Talk about Entrepreneurship

  • Leadership and entrepreneurship (Wednesday, February 14, 2018)

    Leadership and entrepreneurship Mr. Rajkumar Bansal, AVP – Group Leader, Strategy Planning & Operations, Infosys, Bengaluru
    While addressing the students he emphasised that it is the extra effort in terms of time, energy and thinking that makes a difference. Students should have a “small extra” in them to stand out in a crowd. Mr. Bansal shared his failure stories and how Toastmasters Club assisted him in overcoming his weaknesses. He expressed that after college while getting into a job, he came out with flying colours in the initial rounds of interview, however during the final round where he had to bring out his abilities he failed drastically.


  • Entrepreneurship (Tuesday, August 02, 2016)

    Entrepreneurship Mr. Aditya Gupta, CEO, at the India Didactics Association
    He addressed the faculty on the various tools and techniques available in teaching and learning pedagogy across the globe. He appreciated the teaching fraternity because of which renowned people have adorned various key positions across the world. Changing the mindset and willingness to use technology in classroom is vital in today’s technological age.

    He advised students to go beyond classroom teaching and develop innovative products which would cater to the needs of the society


  • Rural Development & Entrepreneurship (Monday, June 27, 2016)

    Rural Development & Entrepreneurship Balasaheb Darade, Expert Member, Govt of Maharashtra
    is an innovator, entrepreneur and political leader striving hard for youth empowerment and to solve rural problems. He has founded Shankara Rural Transformation, which concentrates on creating sustainable model villages in India and youth empowerment. He is the founder of the IT company Relations Bridge Innovators which concentrates on elevating startups and helping businesses by providing them access to quality technology and human resources.


  • Corporate life & Entrepreneurship (Friday, February 05, 2016)

    Corporate life & Entrepreneurship Mr. Bharath Kumar, Business Transformation Programme Director – Arthur J Gallagher International, London
    He addressed students on the topic "How to face Corporate life".
    In his talk he enlightened the students on facing corporate life. He started his lecture by narrating life incidents where he recalled his childhood days and introduced the concept of systematic learning. He urged the students to learn the art of reading and narrating stories to enhance their self confidence and presentation skills. He mentioned that freedom is associated with responsibility. He guided the students on taking career decisions and encouraged the students to develop skills to differentiate in the job market. There is no dearth for opportunities for students.


  • Social innovation & Entrepreneurship (Friday, January 29, 2016)

    Social innovation & Entrepreneurship Rajashekar Hiremath, President, Flexitron,
    He gave insights on what is social innovation and how a social enterprise can arise. He also produced some of his own case studies on how to solve a social problem by make the society better. He also appreciated Sahyadri for the kind of support and freedom it has given to the faculties and students to innovate and learn.
    Rajashekar Hiremath has over 300 plus innovations in varied fields like solar photovoltaic’s, wind energy, led lighting, empowerment equipments for the rural population, textiles, khadi, ceramics, disability aids, silk , artisan equipment and tools.


  • Strategy and management in Entrepreneurship (Monday, December 21, 2015)

    Strategy and management in Entrepreneurship Mr. Sanjeev Baitmangalkar, Principal Consultant, Strategy & Lean Management, Stratmann Consulting, Bengaluru
    “he highlighted that the definition for success is different for different individuals and it is a never ending process that begins from within. He emphasised that we should learn from our failures, dream big, manage time, handle stress, build relationships through networking, develop communication skills, be persistent and be an entrepreneur.


  • Ethics & Entrepreneurship (Monday, OCTOBER 05, 2015)

    Ethics & Entrepreneurship Swami Veereshananda Saraswati President, Ramakrishna Vivekananda Ashrama, Tumkur
    Explaining the importance of ethics in the present day education system, Swami Veereshananda Saraswati stated that the teacher is the real architect of the institution so teachers should join this profession by choice and not by chance and teachers should not deny knowledge to the student and should be ready to learn from the students. Stating the importance of time and common sense he said that time is inelastic. cannot be replaced and common sense is not common to all, common sense is very much needed everyone not only book knowledge


  • Research & Entrepreneurship (Tuesday, September 29, 2015)

    Research & Entrepreneurship Dr. Krishna Shenai, Vice President, LoPel Corporation and Adjunct Professor, EECS Department, Northwestern University, USA MS and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland
    He has raised venture capital and founded two successful startup companies, he also informed students to have research as a carrier option. Having reviewed the education, research and commercialization efforts at Sahyadri, he has expressed his desire to provide the leadership


  • Entrepreneurship skills (Monday, July 27, 2015)

    Entrepreneurship skills

    Ms. Raquel Gambian Training Lead, Hewlett Packard
    Given a talk on communication skills. The session was insightful with topics on body language, phonetics, assertiveness, and presentation skills




Technical Talk

  • Dr.Vittal Prabhu, Penn State University, US visits Sahyadri (Saturday, April 27 2019)

    Dr.Vittal Prabhu, Penn State University, US visits Sahyadri Dr.Vittal Prabhu, Penn State University, US visits Sahyadri

    Dr.Vittal Prabhu, Professor, Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Director, Service Enterprise Engineering (SEE 360) an Initiative of Penn State University, United States of America, visited Sahyadri. He held an interactive session with the engineering and management students on the teaching learning process in the US. He explained as to how the students were able take up social issues, find solution through case studies and innovative methods. He explained as to how creativity is going to be the key differentiating factor while explaining the top skill sets required for workplace success by 2020.



  • Chief Executive Director, Tedra Technology Pvt Ltd, Malaysia interacts with Mechanical Engineering students (Friday, March 29 2019)

    Raghunathan Raghunathan

    Mr. Raghunathan spoke extensively on Augmented Reality /Virtual reality (AR/VR) technologies and its prospects in automobile engineering. The students also got hands-on exposure to AR/VR tools. He also called on the students to harness necessary skills in the field of AR/VR as it would be a pre-requisite for industries in the future.



  • Mr. Anuj Sharma, Chairman of World Research Centre and Abhishek Vaish, IIT Allahabad, Ex-Counsellor S&T, GOI interact with the faculty (Thursday, March 21, 2019)

    GOI interact with the faculty Key Takeaways of his interactive session

    Educators should teach the future in the present

    • • Come up with 2-3 month course or a programme that peeps into the future.

    • • Upskilling is the need of the hour for the future which is ‘Technology’.

    • • Intends to set-up Research Centres in India however facing challenges in finding the right talent.

    • • Either create something new with unique value or end up buying from the foreign inventions.

    • • Institutions are changing their approaches to meet the challenges and there arises the need for self-learning and then disseminate the knowledge before it is lost.



  • Researcher from HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands visits Sahyadri (Wednesday, January 30 2019)

    Researcher from HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands visits Sahyadri
    Rakshith Kusumakar, Researcher, HAN University of Applied Sciences, interacted with the faculty and students of Mechanical Engineering. He gave an overview of various automotive projects that are being carried out at HAN University. He also stressed on the importance of IOT and its application in the intelligent transport systems.




  • General Manager-Education & Training, Schneider Electric addressed the faculty (Saturday, January 26 2019)

    General Manager-Education & Training, Schneider Electric addressed the faculty General Manager-Education & Training, Schneider Electric addressed the faculty

    Mr. Sai Krishna Rao also held a session on “The Four Foundations of Leadership” for the Faculty Members.
    1.Being committed to something bigger than oneself: A leader is one who does not look at what he/she wants but looks at what the community, institution and the world wants.
    2.Integrity: Honour one’s word. Whatever you promise to self and to the world should be whole and complete.
    3. Authenticity: Be consistent with what you are in Actual. Give up your attachment to be admired as lot of energy is wasted in it. Refer to ssrn.com for Presentation on Integrity
    4.Responsibility: Drop the complaints of your life and see what you can do to correct the complaints. Take charge of your life.



  • India First Leadership Talk Series” organized by MHRD Innovation Cell & AICTE (Tuesday, January 8, 2019.)

    India First Leadership Talk Series” organized by MHRD Innovation Cell & AICTE
    MHRD Innovation Cell (MIC) in association with AICTE organized the "India First Leadership Talk Series" by Mr. Anand Mahindra, Chairman, Mahindra Group which was streamed Live for the students and faculty in the campus. Mr. Anand Mahindra inspired the budding leaders through his real life stories.





  • Senior scientist of DRDO visits Sahyadri (Monday, April 09, 2018)

    enior scientist of DRDO visits Sahyadri enior scientist of DRDO visits Sahyadri

    Dr Ramakrishna A. from Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) visited the Sahyadricampus. Dr. Ramakrishna A. is the Head of Research Appliances and Senior Principal Scientist (Food Engineering&Packaging), DRDO, Ministry of Defence. He had a fruitful interaction with faculty and students about innovative mechatronics technology and management.



  • Mr. P V Vaidyanathan conducts a session on “In search of Excellence” for students & faculty (Tuesday, March 27, 2018)

    Vaidyanathan Vaidyanathan

    A session on “In search of Excellence dwelling on education, career and life” was facilitated by Mr. P.V Vaidyanathan, a Trainer in Digital Techniques, Electronic Switching & Cellular Technology for the students and faculty of Mechanical & MBA Department. In his session, he mentioned that a dream is not what you get when you sleep, but that which doesn’t let you sleep. He also highlighted about Individual Excellence which is not just being effective but being efficient. He further spoke about Masterly Retreat which meant that Happiness is not achieved by fights, arguments, challenging others and winning arguments but by challenging ourselves to be a better person.



  • Research and innovation (Friday, March 23, 2018)

    Research and innovation Research and innovation

    Dr. Ananth Seshan, Chairman, 5G Group, Canada and Ms. Sumitra Seshan, CEO, 5th Generation Tech
    5G is a boutique research and innovation group founded in the year 2000. With a vision of being a niche player in the automated discovery and use of real time intelligence, 5G has conducted research, developed and successfully commercialized 4 software/digital products to large manufacturers, utilities and facilities worldwide.



  • British Deputy High Commissioner visits Sahyadri (Monday, February 12, 2018)

    British Deputy High Commissioner visits Sahyadri” organized by MHRD Innovation Cell & AICTE Mr. Andrew Fleming, British Deputy High Commissioner visited Sahyadri along with his colleague Mr. Manjunath K Sripathy, Political Economy Advisor of British Deputy High Commission, Bengaluru. He spoke to the Higher semester Engineering students about United Kingdom’s engagement of Next Gen Students through Chevening Scholarship which is a UK government’s international awards scheme aimed at developing global leaders.




  • “Machine Learning and its various applications” (Friday, January 19, 2018)

    Machine Learning and its various applications Dr. Joachim Denzler Professor in Computer Science and Head of the Computer Vision Group, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Friedrich Schiller University, Germany. His research interests comprise of automatic analysis, fusion, and understanding of sensor data, especially development of methods for visual recognition tasks and dynamic scene analysis. He contributed in the area of active vision, 3D reconstruction, as well as object recognition and tracking.



  • Director of the Institute of Design, Robotics and Optimization and Director of the Leeds EPSRC National Facility for Innovative Robotic Systems visits sahyadri (Jan 7 2018)

    Innovative Robotic Systems visits sahyadri Prof. Robert C Richardson, the Director of the Institute of Design, Robotics and Optimization and Director of the Leeds EPSRC National Facility for Innovative Robotic Systems spoke on “Robotic Inspection maintenance and repair of urban water systems”. He held a prestigious research contract to explore the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt using robotic technology and has discovered writing in the Great Pyramid that was hidden for thousands of years. He explained regarding the structure, motors and sensors required to build the robot. He also explained about under-water robotics.



  • Teach Next Generation Engineering (Monday, June 5, 2017)

    Teach Next Generation Engineering He emphasized that teachers play a vital role in building the society by transforming young minds into a great human being, the key contributors to the development of the nation. He said that “Good teachers are made & not born”. Every teacher can be extraordinary by inculcating these 5 skills: Critical thinking and problem solving, communication, collaboration, creativity and courage.

    He said - “A good teacher is the one who makes students ask questions & creates an ambience of civilized discussion in the class room”.



  • Remote sensing (Saturday, August 27, 2016)

    Remote sensing Remote sensing

    C. J. Jagadeesha, Scientist, ISRO- NRSC- RRSC, Bangalore.

    He insisted mainly based on the areas where remote sensing is widely used. Prof. Jagadeesha explained in depth the concept of remote sensing. He emphasized on using remote sensing technologies in order to find out the origin of a particular problem and also added that it can help to overcome a majority of problems that are being faced by the farmers. He also introduced the concept of water irrigation.



  • Education processes & Entrepreneurship (Thursday, April 21, 2016)

    Education processes & Entrepreneurship Mr. Bharat Lal Meena IAS, Additional Chief Secretary of Government Education Department, Higher Education, Govt. of Karnataka, He stressed on the responsibility of a student in the institution and how the education in an institution can be improved with complete involvement using all the amenities provided to be a practicing engineer. He emphasized the need of collaboration with all the institutes in and around and to develop an ecosystem of mutual growth and expand the horizon of working for an inclusive growth.



  • Expert talk on Tivoli and WebSphere suite of security products (Tuesday, August 16, 2016)

    Expert talk on Tivoli and WebSphere suite of security products Dr. Saritha Arunkumar, Senior Scientist in IBM UK She had deep expertise in Identity and Access Management solutions, Web Services security, and Public key Infrastructure, Cryptography and mobile security. She talked about her in-depth experience in defining end-to-end security architecture, high level and detail security designs and Infrastructure security solutions. She has also worked on a number of security assessment engagements, which involved assessing IBM WebSphere Application Server on AIX and Solaris systems.



  • Latest trends & current affairs (Friday, August 12, 2016)

    Latest trends & current affairs Mr. Dayanand Allapur, Vice President & Head HR, Capgemini Business Services India Ltd, Bengaluru said that one should be updated about the current affairs happening across the globe, latest trends in their respective fields and also stressed that one should adapt to the technological advancements. He said it is important to practically implement the knowledge gained and stated that the application beyond academics is essential. He advised to know the level of competition in the modern world to be at the forefront and also to have a unique perspective of accomplishing the task assigned to them.



  • Research funding/Technical talk (Monday, June 15, 2015)

    Research funding/Technical talk Research funding/Technical talk

    Dr. Pradeep K Pujari, Head, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai. A special lecture on avenues of funding opportunities/Research Projects through the ‘Board of Research in Nuclear Science’ (BRNS) to the researchers and faculty members of Sahyadri. He explained the sub-categories of BRNS, funding mechanism, and route map of getting funds through BRNS. He also briefed about the schemes such as DAE Graduate Fellowship Scheme which a fund.



Talk by Experts about Startup’s

  • Director of ITBT, Govt. of Karnataka visits Sahyadri (Thursday, December 27 2018)

    Director of ITBT, Govt. of Karnataka visits Sahyadri Director of ITBT, Govt. of Karnataka visits Sahyadri

    Mr. Girish R, Director of ITBT, Govt. of Karnataka interacted with the Company Heads & also the Start-Up’s set up within the campus. He addressed the Faculty members about the activities carried out by Government of Karnataka to promote start-up culture among the student community.


  • Startup India Karnataka Yatra & Boot camp (Thursday, December 13,2018)

    Startup India Karnataka Yatra & Boot camp Startup India Karnataka Yatra & Boot camp

    Mr. Karandeep Singh addressed regarding the advantages of being an entrepreneur. Camp will have an ideation workshop and then the pitching sessions. session will be for the faculty "Train the Trainers" on how to promote entrepreneurship concept in the students.


  • Modern Youth” & “Start-Up for Rural India” (Friday, February 10, 2017)

    Start-Up for Rural India Swami Nikhileshwarananda, Adhyaksha, Shri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Vadodara, Swami Sarvasthananda, Adhyaksha, Shri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Rajkot
    Swami Nikhileshwarananda, in his session on “Modern Youth” acclaimed that they are Highly Intelligent, Highly Ambitious, need instant success and are more focused on their career, however they break down very easily on small issues as they lack total personality development. He urged the youth to give equal importance to IQ, EQ and also SQ (purpose of life) which contributes to the total development of the personality of an individual. He also added that there is infinite power in each and every individual and one should awaken it through education, prayer, selfless service and rigorous reading.
    Swami Sarvasthananda re-iterated that one should never forget the women and the masses in the context of Social Entrepreneurship. He mentioned that India can rise only when Rural India rises, hence youth should feel for the underprivileged, think about it, dream about it, let every particle of the body work on it, use their knowledge and contribute to them.


  • Start-up companies on the marketing perspective. (Thursday, December 22, 2016)

    Start up companies on the marketing perspective Jayachandra Aradhya, CEO, Silicon Microsystems
    He had series of discussion with the students shared real life practical experiences as an Entrepreneur. Dr. Manjappa, Director Research & Consultancy facilitated the interaction.
    He expressed his support with a concrete roadmap for start-ups at Sahyadri and shared his best wishes to the institute in its professional endeavour to produce practicing Engineers.


  • Start-Up at Sahyadri (Friday, September 23, 2016)

    Start-Up at Sahyadri Start-Up at Sahyadri

    Flicker Infotech, the student Start-Up,
    Flicker Infotech has conducted a workshop on web development using HTML, CSS and PHP for the students. Flicker Infotech is a Software company involved in Web Designing and Development of Mobile Application. The trainer of the workshop was from a Software Industry with four years of work experience. This workshop was appreciated by the participants for the immense learning outcome.


  • Startup Scenario & Opportunities in India (Thursday, July 28, 2016)

    Startup Scenario & Opportunities in India Mr. Ashok Madaravally, 10000 Startups & Director NASSCOM,
    visited the Campus and interacted with students of the various startups at the Sahyadri Entrepreneurship Cell.
    he spoke about the opportunities provided by NASSCOM to startups through their 10000 startups. In his address to a packed audience, gave insights into NASSCOM and the purpose of setting up the 10000 startups. He spoke about the power of India, the digital revolution, and the large potential and strengths of India, the opportunities available and how startups can tap into these opportunities. He threw light on the challenges for Indian startups and spoke about some of the deficiencies in Indian start-ups like poor communication and marketing skills, poor design skills, being more passionate and less based on customer requirement


Club Activities Of Mechanical Engineering

FLAMES 2019-20

Flames 19-20 FLAMES (Fulfilling Aspirations of Mechanical Engineering Students) a student association of the Department of Mechanical Engineering for the academic year 2019-20 was inaugurated by the Alumni Guest Mr. Varshith K.N, currently working for Anglo Eastern Ship Management.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Varshith K.N stressed on the importance of basic knowledge about various technical subjects to enhance the academic performance. He also gave overview on preparation to be done in order to get better offers from various Mechanical industries. Further, he gave brief exposure about the role of mechanical engineer in the marine industries, importance of the discipline, necessary skills involved in technical and time management.
Flames 19-20 Prof. S S Balakrishna, Vice-Principal spoke encouragingly on the endeavours of the department and wished the association a successful year ahead. He also expressed his whole-hearted support towards the working of the association. Prof. Ravichandra K.R., President of FLAMES and Head of the Department gave introductory remarks. Mr. Sunder, CEO, Caliper Engineering and Lab Pvt Ltd also graced the function.

FLAMES 2018-19

Flames 18-19 FLAMES (Fulfilling Aspirations of Mechanical Engineering Students) a student association of the Department of Mechanical Engineering for the academic year 2018-19 was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Mr. Pavithran Alokkan, President and Head - Shipyard, Bharathi Defence & Infrastructure Ltd Mangaluru.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Pavitran stressed on the importance of Mechanical Engineering and advised the students to be disciplined in their approach. He also called on students to inculcate a sense of time management to be a successful engineer. Further, he also spoke on the importance of academics and asked students to harness necessary skills by undergoing internships. He also appreciated Sahyadri for raising the state-of-the-art infrastructure that includes an in-house production industry ‘Caliper’.
The event also saw the presence of Sahyadri alumni – Mr. Abhijith Karkera (2013 batch); Sandesh Achar (2016 batch) and Mr. Bhavik Das (2017 batch). Prof. S S Balakrishna, Vice-Principal spoke encouragingly on the endeavours of the department and wished the association a successful year ahead. He also expressed his whole hearted support towards the working of the association. Prof. Mahesh B Davanageri, President of FLAMES & HOD of the Department, gave introductory remarks. Mr. Devdas Hegde, Trustee-Bhandary Foundation; Mr. Ravichandra Rangappa, Dean-Industry Connect; Mr. Sunder, CEO, Calipers Engineering & Lab Pvt Ltd also graced the function.
During this occasion, the academic achievers were felicitated by the Chief Guest which was followed by a Cultural Programme.

FLAMES 2017-18

Flames 17-18 FLAMES (Fulfilling Aspirations of Mechanical Engineering Students), a student association of the Department of Mechanical Engineering for the academic year 2017-18 was inaugurated by Dr Thirumaleshwara Bhat, Principal, SMVITM, Bantakal, Udupi.
Speaking on the occasion Prof. Bhat dwelt on the importance of Mechanical Engineering and further advised the students to use their potential to the full extent. He also appreciated the idea of forming an association within department and suggested about the implications as well as benefits that the association could have on the students and participants. Prof S. S. Balakrishna, Vice-Principal addressed and congratulated the gathering.
Flames 17-18 He also expressed his whole hearted support towards the working of the association. Prof. Mahesh B. Davanageri, President of FLAMES & HOD of the Department, gave introductory remarks. Dr. J V Gorabal, Dean Academics, spoke encouragingly on the endeavours of the department and wished the association a successful year ahead.
On this occasion, the academic achievers were felicitated by the Chief Guest which was followed by a Cultural Programme.

FLAMES - 2016-17

FLAMES (Fulfilling Aspirations of Mechanical Engineering Students), student association of the Department of Mechanical Engineering for the academic year 2016 - 17 was inaugurated by Mr. Chidanand Kubihalmath, CEO & MD, Samruddhi Group of Companies. He gave a presentation to regarding Importance of communication for career growth, Capabilities for self growth, Opportunities in industries, Industrial requirements to recruit fresher's, Technical skills, Soft skills & Training, Product Design & Development, Internship Opportunities and his Professional Experience.

Mr. Pradeep, final year student of M.Tech was felicitated for his excellence in project work on design and fabrication of low head turbine. Student executive committee members, Mr. Vaishak R (Vice-President) welcomed the gathering; Ms. Joelene gave an overview of the annual activities of FLAMES of previous year. Mr. Bhavik Das organized the event under the guidance of Mr. Kiran Parkasha A, Assistant Professor, and Faculty Advisor of FLAMES YR 2016-17.

Mr. S. S. Balakrishna, Vice-Principal, presided over the function. Prof. Mahesh B Davanageri, President of FLAMES & HOD of the Department, gave introductory remarks. The models of various mechanical components prepared and decorated by the students were well appreciated. The achievers were felicitated by the Chief Guest which was followed by a Cultural Programme.

FLAMES - 2015-16

FLAMES (Fulfilling Aspirations of Mechanical Engineering Students), student association of the Department of Mechanical Engineering for the academic year 2015-16 was inaugurated by Mr. Sunil Kulkarni, GM, Special Projects & Training, MCF, Mangaluru. He spoke on the insights and importance of mechanical engineering in day-to-day life. Student Executive Committee member Mr. Navaneeth welcomed the gathering and Mr. Akshay Bhandary gave an overview about the activities of the association conducted during the academic year 2014-15. Mr. Larry Denzil, Student Executive Committee member introduced the new Office bearers and welcomed them.
Dr. U. M. Bhushi, Principal, Professor S. S. Balakrishna, President of the Association and HoD of the Department, Dr. A. J. Antony, Vice Principal, Prof. Umashankar B. S., Dean-Academics and SWOs were present on the occasion. Everyone appreciated the models of various mechanical components prepared and decorated by the students. The achievers were felicitated by the Chief Guest and after the formal function the students showcased their talents through a cultural program.

FLAMES - 2014-15

The Valedictory function of FLAMES (Fulfilling Aspirations of Mechanical Engineering Students); the student association of the Department of Mechanical Association and a farewell for the outgoing students of the Department of Mechanical Engineering was held in the Campus.
Dr. Antony A. J., Vice-Principal the Guest of Honor, wished all the outgoing students a bright future. Prof. S. S. Balakrishna, Head of the Department in his presidential address, appreciated the students for their hard work in academics as well as extra-curricular activities.
On this occasion outgoing students shared their experience of their years spent in Sahyadri. The achievers in academics and extra-curricular activities were felicitated. Ms. Ramya, Student Co-ordinator gave a report of the activities of FLAMES for the year 2014-15. After the formal function a cultural program with games entertained the gathering.

FLAMES - 2013-14

FLAMES (Fulfilling Aspirations of Mechanical Engineering Students), an Association of the Department of Mechanical Engineering Students for the academic year 2013-14 was inaugurated by Mr. Arun More, Deputy Manager, Placement & Training, The Great Eastern Shipping Co. Ltd. The student academic representative of FLAMES, Mr. Siddharth S. gave an overview of the activities of the Association planned for the academic year. Mr. Arun More, the Chief Guest, delivered a talk on “Opportunities in the Merchant Navy.” Speaking on the occasion Mr. More briefed about the opportunities available for Mechanical Engineering in Merchant Navy. He elaborately discussed about the challenges and rewards of the profession and gave information about the courses which are mandatory for joining Merchant Navy. He appreciated the excellent infrastructure of the college and expressed his support for the students to find a career in Merchant Navy.

Mr. Tim Rebello, who is undergoing training at The Great Eastern Shipping Co. Ltd., shared his experience in Merchant Navy and interacted with Mechanical Engineering Students.

Dr. U. M. Bhushi, Principal, presided over the function and delivered the presidential address. Professor S. S. Balakrishna, President of the Association and HoD of the Department welcomed the gathering and briefed about various courses offered by the department. Mr. Rakshith Shetty, Lecturer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, administered the oath to the new members and welcomed them. Dr. Mohandas Bhat, Dean-Academics, Cdr. M. N. Nayak, Administrator and Dr. A. J. Antony, Vice Principal, were present on the occasion.

The models such as the Train, Ship, and the Rocket prepared and decorated by the students were appreciated by everyone. The achievers were felicitated by the Chief Guest and the students showcased their talents through a cultural program.

MechMania-14

The Association of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, FLAMES (Fulfilling Aspirations of Mechanical Engineering Students) was formally inaugurated by Mr. Nerenki Parshwanath, Sr. GM, Service & Spares, Mandovi Motors Pvt. Ltd. Mangalore.  He officially declared the Association open.  The meritorious students were awarded with a certificate by the Chief Guest.
The Chief Guest, in his inaugural address, gave a glimpse of the automobile world and the various opportunities available in the market. He provided the audience with statistical data on the standing of various automobile companies in India.  He also invited the students for a training session during their vacation at Mandovi Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Students displayed their creativity in the form of models of a car and a train. A quiz competition was also organized for the students after the formal function.   

Flames - 2012-13

The Association of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, FLAMES (Fulfilling Aspirations of Mechanical Engineering Students) was formally inaugurated by Mr. Nerenki Parshwanath, Sr. GM, Service & Spares, Mandovi Motors Pvt. Ltd. Mangalore.  He officially declared the Association open.  The meritorious students were awarded with a certificate by the Chief Guest.
The Chief Guest, in his inaugural address, gave a glimpse of the automobile world and the various opportunities available in the market. He provided the audience with statistical data on the standing of various automobile companies in India.  He also invited the students for a training session during their vacation at Mandovi Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Students displayed their creativity in the form of models of a car and a train. A quiz competition was also organized for the students after the formal function.


FLAMES - 2011-12

FLAMES, the Association of Mechanical Engineering Students and the Department of Mechanical Engineering organized a One day State Level Technical Paper Presentation Competition on "Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering".READ ME - 10 A State Level Technical Paper Presentation Competition for students was held under the aegis of FLAMES, an association of Mechanical Engineering, Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management on 6th March, 2010. Nearly 200 students to part in the programme. 48 papers were presented in 3 different themes. Students from all over the Karnataka i.e. from Bidar, Shimoga, Chickmagalur, R.V. College and other colleges from Bangalore, Tumkur, Haliyal etc., were present at Sahyadri campus to participate in this programme.Prof. Raghunandan - Chairman, Dept. of Aerospace Engineering, IISC Bangalore inaugurated the program. Prof. V.Ganesan - Professor of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Madras delivered the key note address. Dr. B. S Samaga - Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Dean Academic, NMAMIT, Nitte was the Chief guest during the valedictory programme.

Members of Sahyadri motorsports participated in Formula Bharath Academy Workshop.

Formula Bharath Academy Workshop Members of Sahyadri motorsports working with the project “Levitas Racing”- student version formula car have participated in the workshop conducted by Formula Bharath Academy in IIT MADRAS , Chennai on 22nd September .The workshop was based on detailing about Decision-Making during Design & Manufacturing of student Formula car.
The participants were
1. Shreyan Apposa - IS Department.
2. Preethesh B - Mechanical Department.
3. Vishal HK - Mechanical Department.
4. Sohan Alva - Mechanical Department.
The workshop also stressed on producing simple and efficient way of delivering the cost report and business presentation. The students also got to witness sessions from eminent person from Mathworks and Ather Energy.
Formula Bharat is an engineering design competition in which students from colleges and universities all over the country, compete with a life-size Formula-style vehicle in areas of engineering design, overall cost, marketability and dynamic performance. The series replicates the global student Formula series hosted in around 11 countries per year.
The Formula Bharat 2020 competition shall be taking place at the Kari Motor Speedway in Coimbatore from January 22 -26, 2020. The competition will focus on the combustion category and will be following an adaptation of the Formula Student 2019 Rules document.

Team `Formula Sahyadri’ in SUPRA SAE INDIA 2019

Team `Formula Sahyadri’ in SUPRA SAE INDIA 2019 Twenty members of team “FORMULA SAHYADRI” participated in "SUPRA SAEINDIA 2019" – a national level student version of the Formula Car Racing Competition held at Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The team cleared majority of the tests such as presentation (design, business & cost), technical inspection, safety scrutiny test, weight test, noise test and the tilt test and performed at its optimum.
The team members are Praveen K.P., Prekshith Y.P., Vishal Rane, Abdul Rahman Auf, Revanth U.M., Preethesh B, Hithesh Allen D Costa, Rajath T Amin, Sohan R Alva, Shreyan Apposa, Vishal Kanchan, Nishan Rai, Abhijith K, Varub S, Deeshith C.P., Rithin B Nambiar, Shahaas A., Adwaith Dileep, Dhanush.Team was led by Praveen K.P and Mr.Kiran Prakash and Mr.Rakshith H.S.,Assistant Professor,Department of mechanical Engineering were Facultyadvisor for the team.
SUPRA SAEINDIA 2019 is a competition organized by the Society of Automotive Engineering (SAE) India for the undergraduates to build and race student built cars. SUPRA is widely known as the student version of Formula One Race. The objective of the competition is for students to design and fabricate a 600 cc (max) concept race car worthy of mass-production by a hypothetical manufacturing firm. The teams are evaluated first on the car’s dynamic performance in several grueling tests. They must also present a business strategy with cost analysis and marketing plans to “sell” the concept to a judging panel of hypothetical manufacturers.

“INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP 2019” (IKC – 3)

Team Sahyadri Motorsports Team Sahyadri Motorsport participated at the Indian Karting Championship-3 event at Kolhapur Maharashtra during 14th Feb to 17th Feb 2019. This team consists of over 25 students and was being led by Ashwith Mendonca from eighth semester of Mechanical Engineering.
The Indian Karting Championship is an intercollegiate engineering design competition for undergraduate and graduate engineering students. The objective of the competition is to implement good engineering practices. Each participating student would learn, innovate and gain the experience of team work, leadership and technical skill. It also aims to provide an opportunity for students to be recognized at the national level for research and development careers in automotive engineering.
Activities Involved in the event

Activities Date
Online Registration 3rd Oct 2018 -30th November 2018
Registration Fee Payment 3rd December 2018
Pre-Virtual report submission (Slot 2) 8th December 2018
Online Member Registration . 10th December 2018
Online Design Presentation Round (Slot 2) 14th December 2018
Online Submission- FDR, Online TI, Documents & Brake Test Video Submission.
Read rulebook for more details.
14th December 2018 ,24.00. IST
Design presentation round result 24th December 2018
Remark Announcement 24th December 2018
Submission of Correction for applicable teams 5th January 2019
Final Round - Day 0- February 2019 Vehicle reporting, Captain meet, Team Registration & Document Verification.
Day 1- February 2019 Technical Inspection, Design Evaluation, Brake Test & Acceleration Test.
Day 2- February 2019 Skid-pad Autocross & Time Trial, DJ Night
Day 3- February 2019 Qualifying Round
Day 4- February 2019 Final race, Driver Selection for WKC, Valedictory Ceremony.

Activities Involved in the event

SL. No Activities
1. Virtual Round
• Presentation
• Design, CAE & Calculation Report
• Questionaries
2. Technical Inspection
• Online-college level
• Offline- Event site
3. Design Evaluation
4. Brake Test • Online- College level
• Offline- Event site
5. Acceleration Test
6. Skid-pad
7. Autocross
8. Endurance Test
"Qualifying"-Those who cleared brake test
"Final "- Top 20 teams from pre-qualifying round scoreM

MEGA ATV CHAMPIONSHIP 2019

MEGA ATV CHAMPIONSHIP 2019 Team Sahyadri Motorsport participated at the Mega ATV Chamionship 2019 event held at Goa during 18th March to 20th March 2019. This team consists of over 25 students and was being led by Anirudh Mallya from eighth semester of Mechanical Engineering.
Mega ATV Chamionship is an intercollegiate engineering design competition for undergraduate and graduate engineering students. The objective of the competition is to implement good engineering practices. Each participating student would learn, innovate and gain the experience of team work, leadership and technical skill. It also aims to provide an opportunity for students to be recognized at the national level for research and development careers in automotive engineering.

SAE-Technical Talk

SAE-Technical Talk SAE-Technical Talk Mr. Anoop B.S. from SAE Bengaluru section visited Sahyadri along with Mr. Rakesh D R, Senior Officer, SAE, Bengaluru. He is the Management committee member of Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). During his visit to the MECH-TECH garage, Mr. Anoop interacted with various SAE Collegiate clubs of the institution such as SAE Baja, SAE SUPRA and Go-kart. Mr. Anoop facilitated a session for the collegiate club members wherein he discussed the different strategies to be considered and the methods to be followed while designing the vehicle. He also gave an overview about the importance of suspension, engine, braking, transmission and ergonomics. He appreciated the management and institution for the infrastructure and facilities that have been provided to the students which would provide students the right exposure.

ISTE - INSTITUTION CHAPTER

Ceramics & Advanced Materials for Emerging Applications in Engineering

Title of the Talk: “Ceramics & Advanced Materials for Emerging Applications in Engineering”

ISTE Number: KA - 142

Resource Person: Dr. C. D. Madhosoodana
Additional General Manager, Ceramic Technological Institute,
Corporate R & D, BHEL, Bengaluru.

Date: 11/4/2019

Venue: Mechanical Block Seminar Hall - Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management Adyar, Mangaluru.

Targeted Audience: Staff & Students Department of Mechanical Engineering.

About Event:

ISTE - INSTITUTION CHAPTER
A half day technical talk on “Ceramics & Advanced Materials for Emerging Applications in Engineering” was organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The resource person was Dr. C. D. Madhosoodana, Additional General Manager BHEL Bengaluru. Prof. Ravichandra K R Head Department of Mechanical Engineering escorted the resource person and florally welcomed. The program aimed at enlightening the participants about ceramics and other advanced material applications in various industries. The resource person gave deep insight about research work taking place in the advanced materials.


Faculty Development Program on Design of Experiments

Title of the Talk: “Faculty Development Program on Design of Experiments”

ISTE Number: KA - 142

Guest:
Dr. Adepu Kumar

Date: 29th July, 2019

Venue: MMM Lab- Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management Adyar, Mangaluru.

Targeted Audience: Mechanical Department Faculty.

About Event:

ISTE - INSTITUTION CHAPTER ISTE - INSTITUTION CHAPTER ISTE - INSTITUTION CHAPTER
The Department of Mechanical Engineering Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management Adyar, Mangaluru organized “Faculty Development Program on Design of Experiments”. The guest was Dr. Adepu Kumar, Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering National Institute of Technology, Warangal. He spoke on the importance of gaining deeper insights in the field of Design of Experiments, Anova, Multiple Linear and non Linear Regression Analysis. Prof Ravichandra K., Head, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering presided over the function. Mr Kiran Prakasha, Assistant Professor coordinated the event.


Effective Writing of Technical Papers

Title of the Talk: “Effective Writing of Technical Papers”

ISTE Number: KA - 142

Guest:
Dr. Ramesh M R
Assistant Professor, NITK, Surathkal

Date: 17th May, 2019

Venue: Board Room - Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management Adyar, Mangaluru.

Targeted Audience: All Department Faculty .

About Event:

ISTE - INSTITUTION CHAPTER ISTE - INSTITUTION CHAPTER A half day seminar on “Effective Writing of Technical Papers” was organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The resource person was Dr. Ramesh M R. Assistant Professor, NITK, Surathkal. Prof. Balakrishna S S, Vice-Principal escorted the resource person and florally welcomed. The program aimed at enlightening about writing skill of technical paper. The resource person gave deep insight about how to write technical paper, area of research.


Industry Interaction Session

Title of the Talk: “Effective Writing of Technical Papers”

ISTE Number: KA - 142

Resource Person:
Mr. G. Ramakrishna Achar,
Chairman & Managing Director,
SKF Boilers and Driers Pvt Ltd, Belavi, Moodabidri

Date: 18/02/2019

Targeted Audience: Faculty Department of Mechanical Engineering

About Event:

ISTE - INSTITUTION CHAPTER Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management Mangaluru, organized one day faculty interaction program on the importance of water resource management and sewage treatment plant on 18th February 2019. Mr. G. Ramakrishna Achar, Chairman & Managing Director, SKF Boilers and Driers Pvt Ltd, Belavi, Moodabidri addressed the faculty of Mechanical Engineering. During the interaction he spoke extensively on the importance of water resource management and sewage treatment plant. He also spoke on grain science technology and made a suggestion to float a couple of courses on this topic.
Furthermore, Mr. Achar also spoke on the possibilities of setting up a skill development centre at Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management that would help to train students and faculty in the field of food processing.


Industry Interaction Mechanical Engineering

Sl. No. Company Name

1

Nuclear Power Corporation Of India Ltd., Kudankulam

2

Nuclear Power Corporation Of India Ltd., Madras

3

Nuclear Power Corporation Of India Ltd., Kota (Rajasthan)

4

Nuclear Power Corporation Of India Ltd., Kakrapur

5

Nuclear Power Corporation Of India Ltd., Tarapur

6

Mallik Multitechnologies Pvt Ltd., Bangalore

7

Yogya Establishment Services, Hospet

8

Hi-Tech Sales Corporation, Mangalore

9

MMR Engineering, Coimbatore

10

Ramani Engineering Works, Coimbatore

11

Indian Institute Of Science, Bangalore

12

Chithari Brothers, Kasaragod

13

RDL Technologies Pvt Ltd., Mangalore

14

NITK, Surathkal

15

Savvy Tech Kitchen, Coimbatore

16

Creative Engineering, Mysore

17

Karthik Industry, Davengare

18

Dreamers, Sahyadri college

19

Super Wave technology Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore

20

Gassol, Mangalore

21

Westtek Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.  Manipal

22

N.S Sheet metal works, Coimbatore

23

Shamanur sugar ltd. Davangere

24

Mech Lab Sahyadri college

25

Creative manufacturers, Mysore

26

Maverick Valves, Netherland

27

Bell-o-Seal Valves, Udupi

 

Sl. No. Facility Name Details Reason(s) for creating facility Utilization Areas to be Enhanced By learning. Relevance POs/PSOs
1 Caliper Engineering Lab Pvt Ltd CNC Turning Center The reasons for creating the additional facilities are:

Develop students for participating in Competitions,Develop collaborative projects with industry,To train students and faculty of the region,Students Internship,To develop skill for core engineering placement

3rd  Semester 9 Batches x 3 Hrs = 27 hrs/Week

Materials and Manufacturing field PO1,PO2, P05, P08, PO10, P12
Vertical Machining Centers with 4th axis
Horizontal Machining Center.
Licensed Software for 3D Modeling, CNC Programming & Cost Estimation.
3D CNC Co-ordinate Measuring Machine with DMIS Software
2D Digital Height Master & Digital Surface Roughness Tester.
Robotic Welding for welding inside & outside
Rotary positioners
State of art Automated TIG & MIG Welding Machines
Featured additions like seam track, arc track, video monitoring.
Fume Extractors.
2 Non-Destructive Testing Laboratory Liquid Penetrate Testing using Wet Fluorescent Method & with UV light inspection The reasons for creating the additional facilities are:

Develop students for participating in Competitions,Develop collaborative projects with industry, To train students and faculty of the region,Students Internship

To develop skill for core engineering placement

5th Semester 9 Batches x 3 Hrs =27 hrs/Week Material and Component Testing and Inspection PO1, PO2, PO5, PO6, PO8, PO12
Magnetic Particle Inspection using Wet Fluorescent Method & with UV light inspection
Ultrasonic Testing

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Photos of Non-Destructive Testing Laboratory
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INDUSTRY VISIT REPORT

Day - 1 (7/3/2019 - Thursday)

Activity with Time Activity Conducted by Activity Highlights
Overview about the Company 10:00 -10:30AM Mr. Prajwal V Hiremath Mob : 9844552691 E-mail: tridenthydrosolutions@gmail.com
  • Briefed about the industry activity
  • The nature of work in industry
  • The types of valves used in various fields
  • The design and manufacturing of valve test rig
  • The customers of the industry
Explanation and demo of valve test rig 10:45AM-12:00 PM Pratik Patil Mob: 8867133017 E-mail: patilpratik71@gmail.com
  • Explained the construction and working principle of valve test rig.
  • Explained the various components of test rig.
  • Shown the demo
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Omkar Industry - Belagavi

Day – 2 (8/3/2019 - Friday)

Activity with Time Activity Conducted by Activity Highlights
Insight of Industry 12:45 - 1:45 PM Mr. Sarnobat Mob: 9886765288
  • Briefed about the industry activity
  • The nature of work in industry
  • The types of pattern
  • Explained the construction and working principle of cupola furnace.
  • Explained the mould making and casting process

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Astra Metals - Goa

Day – 3 (9/3/2019 - Saturday)

Activity with Time Activity Conducted by Activity Highlights
Insight of Industry 11:30AM- 1:30 PM Mr. Murad Mob:9225907006 E-mail: murad@astrametals.com
  • The nature of work in industry
  • The types of dies and punches for cutting sheet metal
  • Explained the construction and working principle of CNC sheet metal cutting machine with demo.
  • Explained the construction and working principle of CNC bending machine.
  • Show the demo of Laser cutting.
  • Show the types of welding methods.
  • Explained about sandering and finishing.
  • Show the powder coating process with Handson.

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Industrial Visit to Anna Aluminium pvt. Ltd. and Kitex Ltd. Kochi, Kerala.

6th Sem /C Sec Mechanical Dept. Date: 05/04/2018
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Anna Aluminium pvt. Ltd. Manufactures high quality aluminium sheets, circles, vessels and utensils made from 99.5 per cent pure aluminium ingots. An exclusive brand of Anna Aluminium, ‘Chakson,’ offers an extensive aluminium cooking range, including pressure cookers, milk boilers, Choodaarapetty (thermal cookers), compact idli cookers and more. During visit to this industry students saw and know about the various manufacturing processes involved in manufacturing of different utensils, students observed the various

parameters considered for machining process, bending, punching, hammering, shaping, blanking, etc. Along with Anna Aluminium, the students visited the Kitex Ltd. which manufactures the school bags. The other major product lines from Kitex Ltd. include travel bag.

Achievements Of Mechanical Engineering

Result

Academic Toppers(Odd Semester) : 2018-19

Semester: 7

Sl. No.USNSTUDENT NAMESGPATOTAL
14SF15ME036DARSHAN N P9.25704
24SF15ME124PUSHPAK8.96685
34SF15ME027ASHWIN8.96681
44SF15ME075MOHAMMAD ARIF8.96676

Semester:5

Sl. No.USNSTUDENT NAMESGPATOTAL
14SF16ME020ANANT 8.81663
24SF16ME103P KRIPAL 8.77668
34SF16ME041GOUTHAM GOPAL M8.73661

Semester:3

Sl. No.USNSTUDENT NAMESGPATOTAL
14SF17ME087NAXON D SOUZA9.48698
24SF17ME066MAHAMMAD SAYEED9.41691
34SF17ME044HARSHAVARDHAN K9.41675
44SF17ME136SAQLAIN ZAID9.33679
54SF17ME132SANJANA D9.33674
Academic Toppers(Even Semester)

Semester:8

Sl. No.USNSTUDENT NAMESGPATOTAL
14SF15ME124PUSHPAK9.65649
24SF15ME078MOHAMMAD IMTHIYAZ JUNAID9.60635
34SF15ME180VIKAS MALLIK9.45642
44SF15ME075MOHAMMAD ARIF8.96676

Semester:6

Sl. No.USNSTUDENT NAMESGPATOTAL
14SF16ME147SHWAN PRAJWAL DSOUZA 8.77675
24SF16ME099NITHISH RAI 8.62660
34SF16ME113PRASHANTHA NARAYANA M N8.58634

Semester:4

Sl. No.USNSTUDENT NAMESGPATOTAL
14SF17ME066MAHAMMAD SAYEED9.64746
24SF17ME008ABHISHEK B S9.39740
34SF17ME044HARSHAVARDHAN K9.36702
Academic Toppers : 2017-18
SI No. USN STUDENT NAME TOTAL MARKS PERCENTAGE
1 4SF14ME126 RAGHAVENDRA SHETTY 796 88.44%
2 4SF14ME063 JAYAPRAKASHA 769 85.44%
3 4SF14ME112 NAGARAJ KHAIRATE 767 85.22%
4 4SF16ME066 MADAN KUMAR B S 9.11 693
5 4SF16ME041 GOUTHAM GOPAL M 8.93 673
6 4SF16ME052 JOEL SEQUEIRA 8.89 662
7 4SF14ME039 BHARATH CHANDRA C P 657 87.60%
8 4SF14ME126 RAGHAVENDRA SHETTY 647 86.27%
9 4SF14ME051 FLAVEN GLEN MASCARENHAS 639 85.20%
10 4SF14ME063 JAYAPRAKASHA 639 85.20%
11 4SF16ME147 SHWAN PRAJWAL DSOUZA 8.93 674
12 4SF16ME066 MADAN KUMAR B S 8.93 668
13 4SF16ME103 P KRIPAL 8.74 669
14 4SF16ME052 JOEL SEQUEIRA 8.74 655

Publication

Sahyadrians Won 'BEST MECHANICAL DESIGN' in KSHITIJ-15 at IIT KHARAGPUR

Students from Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management participated in the tech fest KSHITIJ -15 at IIT Kharagpur and bagged ‘BEST MECHANICAL DESIGN’ in the event ‘CASCADE’ among hundred teams. The task was to make a bot which could traverse between the two poles and shoot the terrorists at the various floors. Akshay B Karanth first year ECE, Ravali G first year ECE, Suraj Shettigar first year CSE and Rohit Choudhary second year ECE were the participants. Three flyers John Nikhil Poyyayial final year ECE, Jagath Biddapa second year ECE and Navajeeth Karkera second year mechanical was qualified for the zonal round of "Laws of Motion -Boeing National Aeromodelling Competition" and were among the top 30.
The team consisted of 13 students and was accompanied by Megha. N, Assistant Professor Department of ECE. The tech fest had several workshops, lectures, air shows, stunt shows, Envisage- Techno cultural fest. Events based on robotics, programming, electronic circuits designing, etc were conducted by the coordinators.

Two day National Level Quadcopter Workshop_Championship conducted

Students from Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management participated in the tech fest KSHITIJ -15 at IIT Kharagpur and bagged ‘BEST MECHANICAL DESIGN’ in the event ‘CASCADE’ among hundred teams. The task was to make a bot which could traverse between the two poles and shoot the terrorists at the various floors. Akshay B Karanth first year ECE, Ravali G first year ECE, Suraj Shettigar first year CSE and Rohit Choudhary second year ECE were the participants. Three flyers John Nikhil Poyyayial final year ECE, Jagath Biddapa second year ECE and Navajeeth Karkera second year mechanical was qualified for the zonal round of "Laws of Motion -Boeing National Aeromodelling Competition" and were among the top 30.
The team consisted of 13 students and was accompanied by Megha. N, Assistant Professor Department of ECE. The tech fest had several workshops, lectures, air shows, stunt shows, Envisage- Techno cultural fest. Events based on robotics, programming, electronic circuits designing, etc were conducted by the coordinators.

International Journals 

One-Day International Workshop held on Baja SAEINDIA-2015   

Team ARIONS of Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management comprising of Gautham Nayak, Nishanth, Gokul Nair, Amod Kamat, Jaison Crasta, Akhil Shaju, Sachin Kumar Nair, Jerin David Varghese, Fenil Mehta, Madhukeshwara B. and faculty advisor Prof. Girish Hegde of the Department of Mechanical Engineering for Team Arions, took part in the Baja SAEIndia one-day International Workshop and greatly benefitted by it.
To upgrade the knowledge and competencies of the Indian teams, Baja SAEIndia organised a one-day International Workshop at VIT, Vellore. Dr. Dale Alan Wilson, and Dr. Satish Mahajan, Faculty Advisors from the Tennessee Tech University [TTU], USA, along with nine BAJA team members of TTU who are twelve-time winners of BAJA SAE International, explained about team hierarchy, goal setting, design process, fabrication and preparation for the competition. They provided key points to the participants on how to prepare and win the BAJA event. They also presented a live demonstration of their 2013 winning vehicle.
The team from Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management interacted with the TTU professors and team regarding the design of the car and got some inputs for not just improving the design but also on management of the team.

Projects

Tech Vision 2015

Tech Vision 2015, a two-day intra-collegiate project competition was held in the Campus. The main objective of this event is to inspire the young minds of the engineering students by providing them a platform to demonstrate their skills and knowledge through projects. More than 50 Lakh rupees has been spent on Student Project Support Scheme (SPSS) wherein the grants in terms of 5000, 10000, 25000 and 50000 INR are being provided to each of the qualified student projects. More than 200 projects including SPSS and Non-SPSS projects, and VTU final year projects of B.E./M.Tech/MCA students were displayed. More than 500 students participated in the event demonstrating their engineering talent. Diverse technologies were displayed such as ATVs, 3D printers, 3D aerobic planes, Sail planes, Quadracopters, Octo-copters, Multiengine test rig, wind energy pump, earthquake resistant building, low-cost water filter to name a few. Around 12 external faculty from other engineering colleges were invited as judges for this event.

Sahyadrians Bag All the Three Prizes in Project Exhibition

Sahyadri students bagged all the three prizes in the project competition “Do it Yourself” organized by Kodagu, DK and Udupi Engineer’s Association and The institution of Engineers, Mangalore Chapter as part of Engineer’s Day at Bejai Church Hall. The prize winners are:  

Prize Project TitleGroup MembersGuide
I Aerial Monitor Fadil, Fathima Hiba, Albin, Nived VII EC, Mohammad Anwar,    Probid, V EC Arun Simon, VII ME Prof. Abdul Kareem
II Autonomous Ground Vehicle Sona Krishnan, VII Sem CS
Veena, Wilma, III Sem EC,
Naidile, III Sem IS
Prof. Abdul Kareem
III Determination of efficiency of  existing plant and
proposing a new sewage treatment plant for Sahyadri Campus
Shelton Rainer Pinto, Abhishek Nayak, Abith G, Renita    D’Souza, VII Sem Civil Ms. Rashmishree

Project Exhibition "Tech Vision 2014" 

The two-day project exhibition “Tech Vision 2014” was inaugurated by Dr. S. G. Koolagudi, Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, NITK Surathkal. 152 innovative projects carried out by the students of the college were displayed for the benefit of the students and public and included an array of activities ranging from project presentation to discussions and demonstration sessions. The projects included medical, consumer electronics and agriculture applications. This exhibition fosters enhancement and encouragement of creativity. It is an endeavor to showcase the innovative talent pool blossoming in Sahyadri. Over 1000 visitors visited the exhibition stalls and appreciated the innovation and effort of the students.

Tech Vision 2013

Tech Vision 2013, an intra-college project competition and exhibition, was held in the Sahyadri Campus. The exhibition was inaugurated by Dr. Timothy G Lenihan, Dean – Research. Over 120 projects done by Engineering and MCA students were exhibited. Prominent among them were the Automated Wheel Chair, Bio-fuel from Cotton Seeds, the Foldable Car, Automatic Floor Cleaning Machine, Sewage Water Treatment Plant, Robot for Library Usage, and Power Generation from Speed Breakers. It showcased the applications developed in the Yappon Event. The cultural and sports achievements of students were also displayed. The student projects were evaluated by a team of judges. Over 1000 visitors visited the exhibition stalls and appreciated the innovation and effort of students.

Students Achievements

SAHYADRI MOTORSPORTS participates in MEGA ATV CHAMPIONSHIP-2019

SAHYADRI-MOTORSPORTS  SAHYADRI-MOTORSPORTS

“SAHYADRI MOTORSPORTS”- a team comprising of 25 members participated in MEGA ATV CHAMPIONSHIP-2019 which was held at North Goa, India. It was a platform for the students to showcase their talents through design, fabrication, marketing, team work in order to build an All-terrain Vehicle.It was 3 days event for engineering graduate students, more than 100 teams were participated from various regions of the countryThe team from the college successfully cleared

  • Safety test
  • Design presentation
  • Engine inspection
  • Braking Test
  • Drag Race
  • Flat Dirt Race
  • Endurance Run

Team SAHYADRI MOTORSPORT to participate at the Indian Karting Championship-3 Event to be held in Maharashtra

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Team “SAHYADRI MOTORSPORT” participated at the Indian Karting Championship-3 event held at Kolhapur Maharashtra during 14th Feb to 17th Feb 2019. This team comprised of 25 students and is being led by AshwithMendonca from eighth semester of Mechanical Engineering Department.


SAHYADRI ATHURIANS participated SAE SUPRA-2016

SAHYADRI-SAE-SUPRA-2016  SAHYADRI-SAE-SUPRA-2016

“SAHYADRI ATHURIANS”- a team comprising of 26 members participated in National level student version formula car racing competition “SAE SUPRA-2016” heldat BIC,Greater Noida, U.P on July 2016.Totally 173 teams from various engineering graduating colleges have took part in the event. Team from institution placed at 33rd position out of 173 teams from different institutions of India. Team Qualified the following events

  • Business, cost, design Presentations
  • Technical Inspections
  • Tilt test, Noise Test

VTU LEVEL POWER LIFTING COMPETITION( MEN& WOMEN)

Our Girls Power Lifting team emerged has championsand Boys Runners up atVTU State level Inter Collegiate Power Lifting Competition held at Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management, Mangalore from 28th& 29th September, 2018.

Medal Won by our students:

Powerlifting:

  • Madivalappa 7thSemMech 3rd place in upto 59 kg category


VTU LEVEL THROWBALL TOURNAMENT (WOMEN’S)

Our Girls Throw ball team emerged as champions atVTU level Mangalore zone & 4th place in Inter zone Throw ball tournament held at St. Joseph Engineering College, Mangalore & NMIT, Bangalore respectively from 8th to 12thOctober 2018.

Sl.No Name of the Student
1. Gowri Ganesh 7th Sem Mech
2. Sanjana 3rd Sem Mech


VTU LEVEL ATHLETIC COMPETITION ( MEN& WOMEN)

Sahyadri Athletic team emerged as Over all Runners Up( with 70 points) at VTU level Inter Collegiate Athletic competition held at SJCIT, Chikballapur from 25th to 29th October, 2018. 130 colleges & 1400 Athletes participated from different colleges.

Our Girls team won the overall Championship in girls section with 60 points. March Past team won the 2nd place.

Our girls Relay team has created a New meet record with the timing of 53.8 sec. they have broken their own record which was created in the year 2017 with the timing of 54.04 sec. and Namrasha N. Ganiga created New Meet Record in Hammer throw by throwing 30.85 mtrs. Old record was 25.93.

Medal Won by our students:

Sl.No  Student Name Course & Sem Medal
1. Swathi 3rd Sem Mech 2nd place in Heptathlon
2. Sanjana D 3rd Sem Mech 3rd place in Shotput & Hammer throw
3. Deekshith 7th Sem Mech 1st place in Pole Vault
4. Harshith 5th Sem Mech 2nd place in Pole Vault
5. Jackson F. Pereira 3rd Sem Mech 3rd place in Long Jump

VTU Blues of Sahyadri for the year 2018-2019

Sl.No  Name Game Level of Representation Organizing University
1. Gowri Ganesh 7th Sem Mech Volleyball South India Level Represented VTU at Inter University South India Level Volleyball tournament held at K.L.UniversityVeddeswaram, Guntur, AP.
2. Pradeep Kumar 5th Sem Mech Volleyball South India Level Represented VTU at Inter University South India Level Volleyball tournament held at SRM University, Tamil Nadu
3. Deekshith D. 5th Sem Mech Athletics All India Level Represented VTU at Inter University All India Level Athletic Competition held at Mangalore University, Karnataka
4. Gowri Ganesh 7th Sem Mech Handball South India Level Represented VTU at Inter University South India Level Handball tournament held at Anna University, Chennai

Dr. Rajesha S

 RESEARCH INTEREST

·       Advance Manufacturing Process, Hybrid Machining Process, Metal Matrix Composites, Metal Costing, Microwave Metal Processing, Advance Welding Technology.

 

L. Research Publications

Journal Papers:

 

 

·         Ravichandra Rangappa, Rajesha S., Sang C. C. (2020), “Thermal analysis of natural gas as an alternative fuel for gasoline engine, Journal of Physics: Conference Series” Vol 1473, pp 1-13 DOI:  10.1088/1742-6596/1473/1/012040.

 

Ravichandra Rangappa, Srithar Rajoo, Samin P. M., Rajesha S (2020), “Compactness analysis of pcm based cooling systems for lithium battery operated vehicles”. International Journal of Energy and Environmental Engineering, Vol 1, pp 1-18,

 

Priyanka Singh, Nathi Ram Chauhan and Rajesha S (2019), “Influence of Cobalt, Iron And Copper on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Alumina/SiC Nano-Ceramic Composite”, Materials Research Express, Volume 6(6), DOI:10.1088/2053-1591/ab0cd8. (IF 1.449)

 

·      Navin Kumar Jha, Tarlochan Singh, Akshay Dvivedi, Rajesha S (2018), “Experimental Investigations Into Triplex Hybrid Process of GA-RDECDM During Subtractive Processing of MMC’s”, Materials and Manufacturing Processes, Volume 34:3, pp 243-255, DOI:10.1080/10426914.2018.1512126. (IF 3.38)

 

·      Nitin Kumar Chauhan, Alok Kumar Das and Rajesha S (2018), “Optimization of Process Parameters Using Grey Relational Analysis and Taguchi Method During Micro-EDMing” Materials Today: Proceedings, Volume 5, Issue 13, Part 3, Pages 27178-27184.(IF 0.694)

 

Venkatesh, Rajesha S, AK Sharma, Pradeep Kumar, G (2015),"Experimental Investigation into Ultrasonic Assisted Abrasive Flow Machining (UAAFM) Process", International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (IJAMT), Volume80, Issue 1-4 pp 477-493. IF 1.776

 

Radha Raman Mishra, Rajesha S and Apurbba Kumar Sharma, (2014), "Microwave sintering of metal powders- A review", International Journal of Advanced Mechanical Engineering, Vol. 4 (3), pp. 315-322

 

Radha Raman Mishra, Visnu Kumar Tiwari, Rajesha S., (2014), "A Study of Tensile Strength of MIG And TIG Welded Dissimilar Joints of Mild Steel and Stainless Steel", Int. Journal of Advances in Materials Science and Engineering. Vol. 3(2), pp 23-32.

 

Ishna Gupta, Radha Raman Mishra, Nagraj M, Rajesha S., (2014), "An Overview on Modes of Failure of Brass Components", International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering. Vol. 2(5), pp32-36.

 

Shilpi Sharma, Radha Raman Mishra, Veerendra A N, Rajesha S., (2014), "Effective Parameters of Electrochemical Discharge Machining – A Review", International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering, Vol. 2(5), pp 37-41.

 

Radha Raman Mishra, Veerendra A N, Rajesha S., (2014), "High Velocity Impact Analysis of Kevlar Composite by MATLAB” Indian", Journal of Advances in Chemical Sciences, Vol. 2, pp68-71, IF 0.63

 

Piyush Pant,, Navneet Kumar Pandey,  Rajesha S, Gaurav Jain., (2014), "Experimental Study of surface roughness in WEDM process and ANN modeling”, International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol. 3, pp57-61.

 

Rajesha S., C.S. Jawalkar, Rada Raman Mishra,   A.K.Sharma, Pradeep Kumar, (2014), "Study of Recast Layers and Surface Roughness on Al-7075 Metal Matrix Composite during EDM Machining" International Journal of Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering, Vol. 3 (1), pp 61-70.

 

Radha Raman Mishra, Rajesha S., Apurbba Kumar Sharma, (2013), "Development and Characterization of Developed Foamed Carbon Fiber Composite", I-Manager Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 3, pp23-27, IF 0.562

 

Rajesha S., A. K. Sharma and Kumar Pradeep, (2012) "On Electro Discharge Machining of Inconel 718 with Hollow Tool " Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, Vol. 21(6), pp882-891 , IF 0.915

 

Rajesha S., Apurbba Kumar Sharma and Kumar Pradeep, (2010), “Influence of Process Parameters in Centrifugal Force Assisted Abrasive Flow Machining”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology. Volume 3, Number 3, pp. 653-663.

 

Rajesha S., G. Venkatesh, A. K. Sharma, Kumar Pradeep (2010), “Performance Study of A Natural Polymer Based Media for Abrasive Flow Machining”, Indian Journal of Engineering and Material Sciences, Vol. 17, 2010, pp. 107-113 .

 

Rajesha S., A. K. Sharma and Kumar Pradeep, (2010), “An Approach to Optimization of Process Parameters While EDMing Inconel 718 Using Taguchi’s Orthogonal Array”, International Journal of Production and Quality Engineering, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp.63-70.

 

A. K. Sharma, S. Rajesha, Uday Divekar, Dinesh Kumar and Anish Sachdeva, (2010) “A Fuzzy Approach to Selection of Optimum Maintenance Strategy – A Case Based Analysis”, Industrial Engineering Journal, Vol. 2 (14), pp. 4-11.

 

Rajesha S., A. K. Sharma and Kumar Pradeep, “Optimization of Process Parameters of WEDM While Machining Inconel 718 Using Taguchi’s Orthogonal Array”, International Journal of Engineering, Technology and Management. (Accepted)

 

Rajesha S., A. K. Sharma and Kumar Pradeep, “Tool Wear Mechanisms in Electro Discharge Machining of Inconel 718”, Wear, (Accepted).

 

Rajesha S., Pramod Kumar Patnaik, Apurbba Kumar Sharma, Pradeep Kumar, “Surface Integrity Evaluation of Electro Discharge Machined Inconel 718” International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology’ (Accepted).

 

Rajesha S., A. K. Sharma and Kumar Pradeep, “Some Aspects of Surface Integrity Study of Electro Discharge Machined Inconel 718”, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, PartC, Journal of Engineering Manufacture  (Communicated).

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. S. S. Balakrishna

Dynamic Analysis of Composite Structures

 

Dr. Ravichandra K R

Low carbon emission technology - Thermal Management of Lithium-Ion Battery Used for Electrical Vehicle 

Non-Conventional Energy Harvesting - Testing Solar PV Cells

PID Controlled Smart Positioner for Industrial Valves

Consultancy Work Carried: 

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Faculty

Title

Company

Amount Sanctioned (Rs)

Duration

1

Dr. Rajesha S,

Dr. Ravichandra K.R.

Mr. Ajith B S

Technical Audit of upgradation of marine export unit at Tadadi, Uttara Kannada District

KFDC Karnataka

(Consultancy project)

2 Lakhs

1 Year

2018-19

2

Mr. Vaishak NL

Dr. Ravichandra KR

Charcoal Crushing strength analysis

GRASIM Industries Ltd.

10,000

2 Weeks

2018-19

3

Dr. Ravichandra K.R.

Dr. Rajesha S,

Design and optimization of Three-Piece ball valve

Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt. Ltd

1 Lakhs

1 Year

2018-19

4

Dr. Ravichandra K.R.

Dr. Rajesha S,

Design and optimization of Sigle-Piece ball valve

Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt. Ltd

1.5 Lakhs

1 Year

2019-20

5

Dr. Ravichandra K.R.

Performance analysis on battery thermal management for lithium ion battery pack

Nilai University, Malaysia

1.35 Lakhs

1 Year

2015-16

 

Product Development: 

Sl. No.

Name of the Faculty

Title

Company

Date/ Duration

1

Dr. Ravichandra K.R.

Mr. Rahavendra Shetty

Mr. Gautham Nayak

Covid -19 Sanitizer Dispenser (Mechanical & Automated)

RDL Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

1st May 2020

(2 Weeks)

2

Dr. Ravichandra K.R.

Mr. Rahavendra Shetty

Mr. Sunder Murthy S

Retrofitted Ball Valve with PID Controlled Smart Positioner

RDL Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt. Ltd

20th Jan 2020          (2 Years)

 

Dr. Ravichandra K.R.

Mr. Yathish P

Mr. Natarajan (Caliper)

Water Flow Control Valve with Optimized Spray Flow

Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt. Ltd

23rd July 2019          (2 Year )

3

Dr. Ravichandra K.R.

Mr. Natarajan (Caliper)

Mr. Shivasharan S (Student)

Mr. Lathesh Shetty(Student)

Optimized and Precision Flow Single Piece Ball Valve

Caliper Engineering & Lab Pvt. Ltd

23rd July 2019          (1 Year )

4

Dr. Ravichandra K.R.

Mr. Rahavendra Shetty

Ms. Smitha

Mr. Chethan Kumar (Student)

Mr. Keerthan Stalin (Student)

Mr. Harshith V (Student)

Mr. Deekshith (Student)

Mr. Savin Kumar (Student)

Modular Smart Parking System for Smart City Project

(Inter-Disciplinary Project between Mechanical and Civil Department)

RDL Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

 

3rd August 2019           (2 Year)

 

Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti

  • Energy Harvesting/Generation.
  • iOT Autonomous sensors and actuators.
  • Mechatronic Product design and development.
  • Modelling & Simulation of mechanical /electromechanical systems.

 

Mr Vaishak N L

      Main research focus is on Metal forming and specifically Tube bending. Also area of interest includes Total quality management and Total productive maintenance. There  are project prototypes has been developed and tested in the field of non renewable energy sources and waste management.

 

Mr. Lawrence Joseph Fernandes

  • BIO-FUELS
  • IC ENGINE
  • COMPOSITE
  • FEM

 

Mr. Suhas

Composite Materials, Vibration and Stability analysis and material science

 

Mr. Pavitra Ajagol

Composites 

 

Mr. Shankarmurthy H M

·      Study on the Effect of Metallic Turbulators on the enhancement of heat transfer.

·      Experimentation on Heat Exchanger for heat transfer enhancement using nanofluids.

·     Experimental Study on Thermal Performance of a Double Pipe Heat Exchanger with Combined Augmentation Techniques. 

 

Mr. Ramakrishna Devananda P.

Thermal Interface materials

Nano fluids

Composites

Heat Treatment

 

 

 

Mr. Mahadev U M

PRODUCTION OF ALUMINIUM METAL FOAMS FOR MECHANICAL APPLICATIONS

 

Mr. Shivakumar K M

Experiment and numerical study on optimizing machining parameters for Nickel based alloys

 

Mr. Ajith B. S

IC Engines

Alternative Fuels

Renewable Energy Sources

 

Mr B C Pramod

Project: ANIMATRONIC HAND

Sponsored by KSCST 42nd SPP Scheme 2018-19

 

 

Mr. Sunil H V

Natural fibre with Polymer Composites.

 

Mr. Adesh Padival B

Water extraction through moist air using peltier device

 

Mr. Prakash kumar Kavalur

VIBRATIONS, FINITE ELEMENT METHOD, THEORY OF MACHINES.

 

Dr. Ravichandra K R

Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing, awarded in October 2017 by ENERGY, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 

Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti

  • Australian Postgraduate award from Australian Government for my PhD.
  • Patent award for achieving a patented invention (CA 2688764 /US8027154) on modular retrofit switchboard for Canadian and US homes.
  • Management Award from GE India innovation centre for efficient execution of NPD projects.
  • GE APPLAUSE award,
  • GE Centre of excellence contribution Award.
  • Micro innovation award from GE India innovation centre.
  • Business development Award at SVE.

 

Mr. Lawrence Joseph Fernandes

Secured Third Rank in M.Tech (CAMS) under VTU, Belagavi.

 

Mr. Pavitra Ajagol

Won many prizes in cultural activities during B.E and M.Tech course and also in staff sports meet held at SCEM Mangalore

 

Mr. Ajith B. S

“Best Guidance Award-Tech vision 2017” from SCEM Mangalore.

 

Mr. Prakash kumar Kavalur

1.Secured ELITE SCORE CARD (with 80%) in the subject “BASICS OF FINITE ELEMENT METHOD-I” which is conducted by NPTEL-ONLINE CERTIFICATION COURSES jointly with IIT KANPUR during JANUARY – APRIL 2018. (ROLL NO: NPTEL18ME08S3600259)

2. Received Best Project Guide Award during TECHVISION 2018-2019.

 

Books

Prof. S. S. Balakrishna

Auto CAD and C Graphics - 2D

Auto CAD and C Graphics - 2D & 3D

 

Achievements

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering receives Funding under TEQIP Programme from VTU Belagavi.

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering receives Funding under TEQIP Programme from VTU Belagavi

Prof. Ajith B S, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering has been selected by Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi under the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) to receive Rs. 2 Lakhs worth “Competitive Research Grant” for the project titled "Optimization of High Yield Biodiesel Production from Fish Oil using Nano-catalyst and Performance Evaluation in Diesel Engine". The Project is being supervised by Dr. Manjappa S, Director-Research & Development.

The objective of the proposed project is to use suitable Nano Catalyst to improve the biodiesel yield and investing fuel properties of methyl ester and also to study the performance, combustion and emission characteristic of single cylinder four stroke diesel engine fueled with methyl esters and their blends with conventional diesel oil at varying operational conditions like load, injection pressure and injection timing.

The extracted biodiesel will replace 10 to 15% of conventional diesel oil, thereby reduces the dependency on fossil fuels. Thereby, energy independency and energy security can be obtained for local industries, transport vehicles and in diesel engine operated Generator pump sets etc. By-product of esterification and biodiesel extraction process are glycerin and alkyds-rich water. Both have commercial value in the market due to their application in soap and detergent industries.

Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme of Government of India (TEQIP) is being implemented as a World Bank assisted project to improve the quality of technical education system in the country.

Grants

Sl. No. Name of Faculty Project Title Funding Agencies Project Duration Reference No. And Date Amount (Rs)
1 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti

"Design and Development of a Novel Point Absorber Type.Wave Energy Generator for Micro- Grids and Desalination for agricultural purposes."

VGST scheme of RGS/F 1 Year KSTePS/V GST-RGS- F/2018- 19/GRD No.800/315 5 Lakh
2 Dr. Rathishchandra R Gatti

"UBA2.0"

Unnat Bharat Abhiyan 1 Year SBIN6190 42627133 50,000 + stepwise

Sports and Cultural Activities

SI. No NAME OF THE EVENT DATE OF EVENT /VENUE NUMBER OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATED DESCRIPTION OF THE EVENTS

1.

SAE SUPRA

JULY 2016 BUDH INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT, NOIDA

       25

33RD POSITION

2.

SAE BAJA

FEB 2017 PITHAMBUR, INDORE

       25

80TH POSITION

3.

ISK 2017

MARCH 2017 BENGALURU

       25

4TH POSITION (AWARDED WITH BEST PROFESSIONAL TEAM)

4.

INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP

14-02-2019 TO 18-02-2019 MOHITES RACING ACADEMY, KOHLAPUR, MAHARASTRA

       29

2ND POSITION IN BEST LAP CLEARED IN FIRST ROUND

5.

INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP

14-02-2019 TO 18-02-2019 MOHITES RACING ACADEMY, KOHLAPUR, MAHARASTRA

       29

2ND POSITION IN BEST LAP CLEARED IN FIRST ROUND

Participation in Inter College Events by students
SI. No Name of the Student USN DATE EVENT ACTIVITY
1 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 17.03.2019 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 VOLLEY BALL
2 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 18.3.2019 & 19.3.2019 INTER ZONAL/SINGLE ZONAL TOURNAMENT:2019-20 NMAMIT NITTE VOLLEY BALL
3 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 17-Mar-19 INTER-COLLEGIATE ZONAL TOURNAMENT 2019-20 VOLLEY BALL
4 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 18,19-MAR-19 VTU INTER /SINGLE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2019-20 NMAMIT VOLLEY BALL
5 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 13-Apr-19 CERTIFICATION OF APPRECIATION SCEM SPORTS
6 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 2019 CERTIFICATION OF EXCELLENCE SCEM SPORTS
7 SHASHANK R 4SF18ME141 19,20 OCT 2019 3rd MUMBAI CONSUL GENERAL CUP-2018 UNDER 63KG
8 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 9.10.2018 & 10.10.2018 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 THROW BALL
9 SANJANA D 4SF17ME132 9.10.2018 & 10.10.2018 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 THROW BALL
10 SANJANA D 4SF17ME132 26.10.2018 to 29.10.2018 21ST INTER COLLIGATE ATHLETIC MEET-2018 SJC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-CHICKBALLAPUR SHOT PUT
11 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 7 ,8MARCH2018 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 GMIT DAVANGERE VOLLEY BALL
12 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 10,11 MARCH 2018 VTU INTER /SINGLE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 AAAD VOLLEY BALL
13 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 2019 CERTIFICATION OF EXCELLENCE SCEM SPORTS
14 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 10,11-MAR-18 VTU INTER /SINGLE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 AAAD HAND BALL
15 SARVESH MARTHA B 4SF14ME146 28-Feb-18 VTU INTER /SINGLE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 NMAMIT NITTE CROSS COUNTRY
16 ANUDHA SHETTY 4SF17ME019 21,22-MAR-18 VTU INTER /SINGLE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 JNNCE SHIMOGA HAND BALL
17 SHASHANK R 4SF18ME141 15 TO17 OCT 2018 36TH STATE CADET JUNIOR &SENIOR KYORUGI&9TH POOMSAE TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIPS:2018 SENIOR MALE UNDER58KG
18 SHASHANK R 4SF18ME141 19,20 OCT 2018 2ND MUMBAI CONSUL GENERAL CUP-2018 COLOUR BELT
19 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 26TO29 OCT 2018 21ST INTER COLLIGATE ATHLETIC MEET-2018 SJC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-CHICKBALLAPUR POLEVAULT
20 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 26-29 OCT 2018 21ST INTER COLLIGATE ATHLETIC MEET-2018 SJC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-CHICKBALLAPUR CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
21 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 4-Oct-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 SCEM MANGALORE THROWBALL
22 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 20OCT 25 2017 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 KANNUR UNIVERSITY KERALA VOLLEY BALL
23 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 2016-2017 ANNUAL SPORTS MEET SCEM 1500MTS.
24 SARVESH MARTHA B 4SF14ME146 12 TO 16-DEC-17 VTU SPORTS-ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY,GUNTUR IN ATHLETICS ALL INDIA INTER UNIVERSITY CHAMPION
25 JOMON K SAJI 4SF14ME065 12 TO 16-DEC-17 VTU SPORTS-ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY,GUNTUR IN ATHLETICS ALL INDIA INTER UNIVERSITY CHAMPION
26 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 12 TO 16-DEC-17 VTU SPORTS-ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY,GUNTUR IN ATHLETICS ALL INDIA INTER UNIVERSITY CHAMPION
27 ANISHA R SHETTY 4SF14ME031 10 TO 14-JAN-17 FEDERATION CUP 2017 WEIGHT LIFTING
28 ANISHA R SHETTY 4SF14ME031 26-JAN TO 5-FEB-17 TOTAL COMBAT FITNESS JU JUTSU ASSSOCIATION GRACIE BARRA BLACK BELT
29 SANJANA D 4SF17ME132 4-Oct-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 THROW BALL
30 SARVESH MARTHA B 4SF14ME146 3 TO 6-NOV-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 4X100MTS- RELAY
31 JOMON K SAJI 4SF14ME065 3 TO 6-NOV-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 100 MTS
32 MOHAMMAD ZAHEER 4SF17ME080 3 TO 6-NOV-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 LONG JUMP
33 JOMON K SAJI 4SF14ME065 3 TO 6-NOV-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 200 MTS RUN
34 SARVESH MARTHA B 4SF14ME146 3 TO 6-NOV-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 400 MTS
35 SARVESH MARTHA B 4SF14ME146 3 TO 6-NOV-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 400 MTS HURDLES
36 JOMON K SAJI 4SF14ME065 3 TO 6-NOV-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 400 MTS RELAY
37 MOHAMMAD ZAHEER 4SF17ME080 3 TO 6-NOV-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 400 MTS RELAY
38 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 3 TO 6-NOV-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 POLE VAULT
39 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 24-25FEB2016 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2015-16 ACHARYA INSTITUTE OF TECH. VOLLEY BALL
40 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 24to27 MAR2016 18th vtu INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC MEET 2015-2016 SIR M VTU BENGALORE PARTICIPATION
41 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 2015-2016 ANNUAL SPORTS MEET SCEM 100mt.GIRLS
42 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 7,8OCT2016 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2016-17 KVG SULLIA TROWBALL
43 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 13-Oct-16 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2016-17 NIE-IT MYSORE THROWBALL
44 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 15to 18TH NOV 2016 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2016-Dr.THIMMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KOLAR PARTICIPATION
45 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 15,16 NOV2016 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2016-Dr.THIMMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KOLAR HALF MARATHON
46 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 15,16 NOV2016 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2016-Dr.THIMMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KOLAR CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
ExtraCurricular
1 DARSHAN S BHUT 4SF15ME037 17.02.2019 INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP-3rd Edition MOTOR SPORT
2 PARVATH KUMAR 4SF17ME098 20.03.2019 MEGA ATV CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON-04 MOTOR SPORT
3 ATHUL V ANIL 4SF15ME029 17.02.2019 INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP-3rd Edition RACING
4 YASH PAWAN 4SF17ME179 20.03.2019 MEGA ATV CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON-04 MOTOR SPORT
5 PRADYUMNA N.J. 4SF17ME101 17.02.2019 INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP-3rd Edition MOTOR SPORT
6 ASHWITH MENDONCA 4SF15ME028 17.02.2019 INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP-3rd Edition MOTOR SPORT
7 ABINAV PRADEEP 4SF17ME006 17.02.2019 INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP-3rd Edition MOTOR SPORT
8 SRINIDHI 4SF17ME151 20.03.2019 MEGA ATV CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON-04 MOTOR SPORT

9

SANDESH S RAO

4SF17ME130

20.03.2019

MEGA ATV CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON-04

MOTOR SPORT

10

UJWAL A R

4SF17ME166

17.02.2019

INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP-3rd Edition

MOTOR SPORT

11

SRAJAN

4SF17ME150

20.03.2019

MEGA ATV CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON-04

MOTOR SPORT

12

GOUTHAM GOPAL M

4SF16ME041

17.02.2019

INDIAN KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP-3rd Edition

MOTOR SPORT

13

SHASHANK R

4SF18ME141

8,9TH MARCH2019

RANGATHARANGA-2019

RANGATHARANGA-THEATRE FESTIVAL

14

SHASHANK R

4SF18ME141

2019

SAAVYAS-19 ANNUAL TECHNO CULTURAL FESTIVAL ROBO RACE

ROBO RACE

15

SHASHANK R

4SF18ME141

22-Feb-19

ANNUAL SOCIO TECHNO-CUTURAL FESTIVAL IGNUS-2019

LIGHT FOLLOWER

16

SHASHANK R

4SF18ME141

23-Feb-19

ANNUAL SOCIO TECHNO-CUTURAL FESTIVAL IGNUS-2019

TUG OF BOTS

17

SHASHANK R

4SF18ME141

13,14 MARCH 2019

TIARA 2019 A NATIONAL LEVEL TECHNICAL FEST

CERTIFICATE

18

SHASHANK R

4SF18ME141

23-Feb-19

ANNUAL SOCIO TECHNO-CUTURAL FESTIVAL IGNUS-2019

ROBO SOCVER

19

SHASHANK R

4SF18ME141

2TO 4 NOV 2019

JANANI-2018 19TH VTU YOUTH FEST

ONE ACT PLAY

20

TEJASWINI N.V

4SF16ME156

8,9TH MARCH2019

RANGATHARANGA-2019

RANGATHARANGA-THEATRE FESTIVAL

21

TEJASWINI N.V

4SF16ME156

11TO 12 MARCH2019

ENVISION 2K19

GROUP SINGING

22

TEJASWINI N.V

4SF16ME156

21,TO23 FEB 2019

HALCYON-2019

SKIT

23

TEJASWINI N.V

4SF16ME156

2019

OFF ROAD ROBO-2019

CERTIFICATE

24

TEJASWINI N.V

4SF16ME156

11TO 12 MARCH2019

ENVISION 2K19

SOLO EASTERN SOLO WESTERN GROUP ANY KIND(GAANA)

25

TEJASWINI N.V

4SF16ME156

2TO 4 NOV 2019

JANANI-2018 19TH VTU YOUTH FEST

ONE ACT PLAY

26

TEJASWINI N.V

4SF16ME156

2TO 4 NOV 2019

JANANI-2018 19TH VTU YOUTH FEST

SKIT

27

PARVATH KUMAR

4SF17ME098

13.06.2018 & 14.06.2018

VIRTUAL BAJA SAE INDIA-2018

SAE INDIA

28

YASH PAWAN

4SF17ME179

13.06.2018 & 14.06.2018

VIRTUAL BAJA SAE INDIA-2018

SAE INDIA

29

ASHWITH MENDONCA

4SF15ME028

13.06.2018 & 14.06.2018

VIRTUAL BAJA SAE INDIA-2018

SAE INDIA

30

VIVEK KUMAR

4SF17ME176

13.06.2018 & 14.06.2018

VIRTUAL BAJA SAE INDIA-2018

SAE INDIA

31

GOWRI GANESH

4SF15ME046

1st MAY2018

SPSS

PREDICTION OF BEARING FAILURES IN ROTATING MACHINERY USING PIEZOELECTRIC SENSORS

32

GOWRI GANESH

4SF15ME046

22-24 MAY2018

SRISHTI DAYANANDASAGAR COLLEGE OF ENGG.BENGALORE

AVISHKAR SRISHTI 2018

33

GOWRI GANESH

4SF15ME046

15-Sep-18

CATAPULT SCEM

CATAPULT

34

GOWRI GANESH

4SF15ME046

21,22-MAR-18

VTU INTER /SINGLE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 JNNCE SHIMOGA

HAND BALL

35

DEEKSHITH D

4SF15ME038

28-Feb-18

VTU INTER /SINGLE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2018-19 NMAMIT NITTE

CROSS COUNTRY

36

SHASHANK R

4SF18ME141

10-Jul-18

ENGINEER -18

LIGHT OF THE SEVEN

37

SHASHANK R

4SF18ME141

2TO 4 NOV 2018

JANANI-2018 19TH VTU YOUTH FEST

CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION

38

TEJASWINI N.V

4SF16ME156

17-Nov-18

YUVAJANOSTAVA 2018-2019

ASHUBHASHANA

39

TEJASWINI N.V

4SF16ME156

17-Nov-18

YUVAJANOSTAVA 2018-2019

YEKANTHA NATAKA

40

MOHAMMMAD IMTHIYAZ JUNAID

4SF15ME078

15-May-17

2D DRAFTING IN AUTO CAD 2017

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

41

DEEKSHITH D

4SF15ME038

17 TO 19 AUG 2015

CLHRD MANGALORE

CERTIFICATE

ACADEMICS

1 MOHAMMMAD IMTHIYAZ JUNAID 4SF15ME078 2019 TECH VISION-2019 CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
2 ANIRUDH MALLYA 4SF15ME023 2019 TECH VISION-2019 CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
3 ASHWITH MENDONCA 4SF15ME028 2019 TECH VISION-2019 CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
4 JONATHAN R 4SF15ME052 2019 TECH VISION-2019 CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
5 ALLAN LOY D'SOUZA 4SF15ME019 2019 TECH VISION-2019 CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
6 DARSHAN N.P 4SF15ME036 2017-2019 SCEM ACADEMIC TOPPER IN 5TH SEM CERTIFICATE OF MERIT
7 DARSHAN N.P 4SF15ME036 2019 SCEM ACADEMICS CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE
8 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 2019 SCEM FLAMES-SPORTS ACTIVITIES CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE
9 MOHAMMMAD IMTHIYAZ JUNAID 4SF15ME078 1-May-18 TECH VISION-2018 CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
10 ALLAN LOY D'SOUZA 4SF15ME019 2,3 MARCH 2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN MANUFACTURINF MATERIALS & ENERGY ENGINEERING CERTIFICATE
11 JONATHAN R 4SF15ME052 2,3 MARCH 2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN MANUFACTURINF MATERIALS & ENERGY ENGINEERING CERTIFICATE
12 ANIRUDH MALLYA 4SF15ME023 2,3 MARCH 2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN MANUFACTURINF MATERIALS & ENERGY ENGINEERING CERTIFICATE
13 ASHWITH MENDONCA 4SF15ME028 2,3 MARCH 2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN MANUFACTURINF MATERIALS & ENERGY ENGINEERING CERTIFICATE
14 DARSHAN N.P 4SF15ME036 2018 SCEM ACADEMIC TOPPER IN 7TH SEM CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE
15 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 15-May-17 SCEM MECHANICAL DEPT. 2D DRAFTING IN AUTOCAD-2017
16 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 15 -19th MAY 2017 SPSS CASESTUDY AND DEVELOPMENT OF BIO GAS
17 SANJANA D 4SF17ME132 4-Oct-17 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2017-18 THROW BALL
18 MOHAMMMAD IMTHIYAZ JUNAID 4SF15ME078 15TO 19 MAY2017 TECH VISION-2017 CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
19 ALLAN LOY D'SOUZA 4SF15ME019 26TO 28 MAY 2017 SRISHTI- 2017 CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE
20 ALLAN LOY D'SOUZA 4SF15ME019 May-17 TECH VISION-2017 CERTIFICATE
21 DARSHAN N.P 4SF15ME036 30-Apr-16 TECH VISION-2016 CERTIFICATE OF MERIT
22 DARSHAN N.P 4SF15ME036 2015-16 SCEM ACADEMIC TOPPER IN 2ND SEM CERTIFICATE OF MERIT
23 RAKSHITH BALLAL 4SF15ME054 30-Apr-16 TECH VISION 2016 CERTIFICATE OF MERIT
24 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 30-Apr-16 TECH VISION-2016 CERTIFICATE OF MERIT
25 GOWRI GANESH 4SF15ME046 8.10.2015 TO 9.10.2015 VTU INTER COLLEGIATE ZONAL TORNAMENT 2015-16 SCEM MANGALORE THROW BALL
26 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 29TO 31 OCT2015 TECHNI DARSHAN-2015 NMAMIT NITTE CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
27 DEEKSHITH D 4SF15ME038 3,4TH OCT 2015

SAHYADRI ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTER

CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION

Alumni interaction

Alumni Name : Mr.Varshith K B

Batch : 2014-2018

Designation : Marine Engineer

Company : Anglo Eastern Ship Management

Date of visit : 18th September 2019

Varshith K Shetty
Varshith K shetty
Interaction Highlights
  • Mr.Varshith K B was invited as alumni guest for the inaugural function of FLAMES ( student association) where he interacted with faculty members and students of Mechanical Engineering.
  • During his interaction, he shared his work experience, roles and responsibilities at his esteemed company, also briefed the role of mechanical engineer in the marine industries, importance of the discipline, necessary skills involved in technical and time management.

Alumni Name : Mr.Nagaraj Naik

Batch : 2014-2018

Company : Anmarking Solutions Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru

Date of visit : 3rd January 2020

Nagaraj Naik
Interaction Highlights
  • Mr.Nagaraj Naik Interacted with faculty members of Mechanical Engineering and shared his experience, role and responsibilities at his esteemed company.

  • During his interaction he assured providing internships for the students.


Alumni Name : Ms.Saksha S Shetty

Batch : 2014-2018

Company : Design Engineer, Seat belt and validation Dept.Autoliv India Pvt. Ltd. Bengaluru

Date of visit : 31st March 2019

Saksha
Interaction Highlights
  • Ms. Saksha Shetty were called for event “Off Road Robo” as alumni guest

  • Ms. Saksha briefed about Autoliv products and customers explained her job role as design engineer at Autiliv

  • Ms. Saksha highlighted the importance of industrial internships and aptitude skills, and also motivated the mechanical engineering students in achieving good placements.


Alumni Name : Mr.Manish Kinila

Batch : 2014-2018

Designation : Design Engineer

Company : Sai Corp industrial Trailers, Bengaluru

Date of visit : 1st October 2018

Manish
Manish
Interaction Highlights
  • During his interaction he gave an overview of Sai Corp Industrial trailers, shared his experience, roles and responsibilities at Sai corp.

  • He delivered the importance of modeling and analysis software in design fields and advised the students to have hands-on training in catia, solidworks etc.

Alumni Name : Mr.Bhavik Das

Batch : 2013-17

Designation : Junior Engineer

Company : Mistubishi Elevators, Chennai

Date of visit : 4th October 2018

Bhavik Das
Bhavik Das
Interaction Highlights
  • Mr. Bhavik Das , proud alumni’s of Sahyadri were called as a guest for inaugural function of “Flames 2018-19”

  • Mr. Bhavik Das conveyed his field of work, roles and responsibilities in his company, interacted with faculty and students of third, fifth and seventh semester Mechanical Engineering.

Alumni Name : Mr.Sandesh Achar

Batch : 2012-16

Designation : Head- Space planner

Company : Herman Miller, Bengaluru

Date of visit : 4th October 2018

Sandesh achar
Interaction Highlights
  • Mr. Sandesh Achar , proud alumni’s of Sahyadri were called as a guest for inaugural function of “Flames 2018-19”

  • Mr. Sandesh Achar conveyed his field of work, roles and responsibilities in companies, interacted with faculty and students of third, fifth and seventh semester Mechanical Engineering.


Alumni Name : Mr.Vaishak Rai

Batch : 2012-16

Designation : Production Engineer

Company : INDO-MIM Tech Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru

Date of visit : 12th February 2018

Vaishak Rai
Vaishak Rai
Interaction Highlights
  • Mr.Vaishak Rai highlighted the process of manufacturing wire/ cables at Indo-MIM Tech Pvt. Ltd.

  • Spoke about the importance of aptitude, logical reasoning, quantitative & verbal ability in preparing for placement drives

  • Highlighted the importance of industrial internships.


Alumni Name : Mr.Sheik Suhail Ahammed

Batch : 2012-16

Designation : Design Engineer

Company : Sonamatics, Abudhabi

Date of visit : 28th July 2018

Sheik Suhail
Interaction Highlights
  • Mr. Suhail was called as a resource person for the program “ Roadmap to Mechanical Engineering” where he addressed third semester students and staffs of mechanical Engineering

  • During his presentation he gave insight of Sonamatic projects in middle east and African countries.


Alumni Name : Ms. Ramya K

Batch : 2012-16

Designation : Dipot Manager

Company : KSRTC, Mangaluru

Date of visit : 31st March 2019

Ramya
Ramya
Interaction Highlights
  • Ms. Ramya was called for event “Off Road Robo” as alumni guest.

  • Ms. Ramya briefed the procedures followed in the “officer grade” examinations of KSRTC and selection criteria. Also highlighted the scope for female students of mechanical engineering in several government sectors.

  • Ms. Ramya highlighted the importance of industrial internships and aptitude skills, and also motivated the mechanical engineering students in achieving good placements.

Alumni Name : Mr.Roystan D’souza

Batch : 2011-2015

Designation : Production Engineer

Company : JSW Steels, Bellary

Date of visit : 2nd march 2018

Roystan
Roystan
Interaction Highlights
  • Mr. Roystan interacted with students and shared explained his experience, roles and responsibilities at JSW Steels.

  • Highlighted the importance of industrial internships.


Alumni Name : Mr.Shreyas Alva

Batch : 2011-2015

Designation : Maintenance Engineer

Company : Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited MCF, Mangaluru

Date of visit : 8th September 2018

Shreyas alva
Shreyas alva
Interaction Highlights
  • During his interaction he gave overview of MCF and the role of maintenance engineer at MCF.

  • He delivered the importance of internships and also guided the students in selection of internship fields.

  • He motivated the students and also gave good suggestion in preparation for placement drives.


Alumni Name : Mr.Shiyabuddin

Batch : 2011-2015

Designation : QC quality control engineer

Company : Almuzain and Hyundai heavy industries , Saudi Arebia

Date of visit : 26th August 2019

Shiyabuddin
Shiyabuddin
Interaction Highlights
  • Mr. Shiyabuddin Interacted with students and explained his role and responsibilities as quality Engineer at Almuzain and Hyundai heavy industries, Saudi Arebia.

  • He briefed the process of quality control checks in his esteemed company.

  • Highlighted the importance of industrial internships in gaining good job offers in core industries.

Alumni Name : Mr.Abhijith Karkera

Batch : 2009-13

Designation : Skill and Personality development trainer

Company : MC

Date of visit : 4th October 2018

Abhijith Karkera
Abhijith karkera
Interaction Highlights
  • Mr. Abhijith Karkera, proud alumni of Sahyadri called as a guest for inaugural function of “Flames 2018-19”

  • Mr. Abhijith Karkera conveyed his field of work, roles and responsibilities in companies, interacted with faculty and students of third, fifth and seventh semester Mechanical Engineering


Alumni Name : Mr. Santhosh Menon

Batch : 2009-13

Designation : Engineer

Company : JAL international, Saudi Arebia

Date of visit : 9th April 2019

Santhosh Menon
Santhosh Menon
Interaction Highlights
  • During his interaction, he stressed on job opportunities for mechanical engineers in gulf countries and Highlighted the role of Non destructive techniques and safety procedures in oil and gas industries.

  • Highlighted the importance of industrial internships, NDT training, fire and safety courses etc along with mechanical engineering degree.

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