Counselling CodesEamcet-GCTC / M.Tech-GCTC1 / MBA–GCTC
Accredited by National Board of Accreditation

The department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2011 with an intake of 60 students and then increased to 120 in the year 2013. Currently the department offers an under graduate program B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering with an annual intake of 120 students. The department is headed by Dr. T. Siva Prasad. He has 34 years of teaching experience in various reputed institutions and 3 years of industrial experience as Design and Marketing Engineer. There are 5 Professors, 5 Associate Professor and 27 Assistant Professor in the department.


Vision and Mission

Vision of the Department

The Mechanical Engineering department strives to be recognized globally for outstanding education and research, imparting quality education,churning well-qualified engineers, who are creative, innovative, and entrepreneurial, solving problems for societal development.

Mission of the Department

  1. Imparting quality education to students to enhance their skills and make them globally competitive.
  2. Prepare graduates to engage in life-long learning, possess intellectual capabilities, serving society with a strong commitment to their profession, meeting technical challenges and exhibiting ethical responsibility for societal development.
  3. Conduct quality research, create opportunities for students and faculty to showcase their talent, disseminate knowledge, and promote community development, leading to peace and harmony in society.


PEOs, POs, COs, and Mapping

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are designed keeping in mind the characteristics of a Professional Engineer. A professional engineer must have the following traits consisting codes of ethics, attributes valued by employers, and core competencies valued by professional bodies. Synthesis of these traits produces a set of ten holistic behaviors of an engineer, which are further categorized into the following groups.

  1. Technical roles include the roles of analyst, problem solver, designer, and researcher.
  2. Interpersonal roles include communicator, collaborator, and leader.
  3. Professional roles include being a self-grower, achiever, and practitioner.
  4. Improve the quality, effectiveness, efficiency and relevance of engineering courses offered by Engineering Colleges.
  5. Identifying changes in technical engineer manpower, job profiles for selecting Program offerings and modifying the existing programs.
The Program Educational Objectives are established through a consultation process involving the core constituents such as Professional Bodies, Alumni, Industry, Faculty and Parents.

  1. To prepare students with strong fundamental knowledge in basic sciences mathematics, engineering courses which would facilitate them find gainful employment with a sense of appreciation to pursue life-long learning for professional development.
  2. To inculcate problem solving skills in students, imbibing creativity and innovation which would enable them to develop modern machinery involving cutting edge technologies of multidisciplinary nature for societal development.
  3. To develop critical thinking with an aptitude to conduct research and development, instill professional ethics, develop effective communication and interpersonal skills with positive attitude to contribute significantly towards their chosen profession, thereby supporting community development.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES:

The Program Outcomes of the Department of Mechanical Engineering are to educate graduates, who by the time of graduation will be able to demonstrate:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineeringfundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs):

  1. Apply Continuity, Energy and Momentum equations to mechanical systems, design and perform experiments in all fields of mechanical engineering
  2. Able to analyze, design and develop/model mechanical and its allied systems using software tools such as AUTOCAD, ANSYS, Creo etc
  3. Able to design layouts for process and manufacturing industry taking into consideration optimization of resources for effective operation and maintenance.

Mapping of COs to POs, POs to PEOs and PEOs to Vision and Mission of the Department


Syllabus

Syllabus


Faculty List

Sl. No.Name of the Staff MemberDesignation
MECHANICAL
1Dr.T.Siva PrasadProfessor & HOD
2Dr. M. DevaiahProfessor
3Dr. B. SreenivasProfessor
4Dr. Subhash KamalProfessor
5S. V. GangadharamProfessor
6K. Jithendar ReddyAssociate Professor
7P. Sudheer RaoAssociate Professor
8R. SudarshanAssociate Professor
9B.Subba RaoAssociate Professor
10B.AnithaAssistant Professor
11K.RajuAssistant Professor
12M. Ravindra GandhiAssistant Professor
13V. SandeepaAssistant Professor
14V. RajasekharAssistant Professor
15P. Laxmi ReddyAssistant Professor
16P.V. R. Girish KumarAssistant Professor
17N. RajendarAssistant Professor
18B. Venkat sravan KumarAssistant Professor
19U. SreekanthAssistant Professor
20B. Bhasker Assistant Professor
21J. Nithin KumarAssistant Professor
22K. Niranjan KumarAssistant Professor
23N. SureshAssistant Professor
24A. SanthoshAssistant Professor
25K. VenkateshAssistant Professor
26J SumalathaAssistant Professor
MECH-Others
27K. VijayAssistant Professor
28B. Srinivasa ReddyAssistant Professor
29R. Satya Mahipal ReddyAssistant Professor
30P. Sandeep KumarAssistant Professor
31P. SatyanarayanaAssistant Professor
32M. Ravi KumarAssistant Professor
33K PraveenAssistant Professor
MECH-Non Teaching
1K. Mahenndra ChariLab Assistant.
2Maktal Mahesh KumarLab Assistant.
3T. Prasad RaoLab Assistant.
4P. Mahender RaoLab Assistant.
5M.SimhadryLab Assistant.
6S. RajuLab Assistant.
7L. Raja RaoLab Assistant.
8K. ShanthiLab Assistant.

Laboratory Details

The department of Mechanical Engineering is equipped with the following state of the art laboratories

  • Engineering Workshop
    This lab consists of various sections consisting of fitting, carpentry, house wiring, tin smithy, black smithy and plumbing to familiarize students about the tools used in various manufacturing processes and giving them various assignments that enable them to acquire skill to use the various tools.
  • Production Technology-I Lab
    The lab is well equipped with the state of the art equipments to provide an hands on experience to the students in various production technology processes such as casting, welding, forming and forging etc.
  • Metallurgy Lab
    The lab is fully equipped with the required infrastructure and equipments is to determine the microstructure of both ferrous and non-ferrous materials and also to perform various heat treatment processes. It also has facilities for developing new materials, capturing microstructure and determining mechanical and wear characteristics for various materials.
  • Mechanics of Solids Lab
    The lab is equipped with state of the art equipments to demonstrate the basic principles in the areas of Strength & Mechanics of Materials and Structural Analysis and to carryout experiments to measure the mechanical properties of the materials such as Tensile strength & Compressive strength, Young’s Modulus, Rigidity Modulus, Impact Strength, Hardness, etc.
  • Thermal Engineering Lab
    The lab is equipped with state of the art experimental setups of internal combustion engines, air compressor and also the working models of Boilers used in the thermal power plants. Students will be given training to understand the basic working principles of engines and also to carryout experiments to measure various performance parameters such as Brake power, Efficiency, Torque, mass of fuel etc., to understand the design of an IC engine.
  • Production Technology-II Lab
    This laboratory is well equipped with various machines tools that are used in industry to provide an introduction to the Know-how of common processes used in industries for manufacturing parts by removal of material in a controlled manner and to impart hands on experience on lathe, drilling, shaping, milling, slotting, grinding and tool and cutter grinding machines.
  • Metrology Lab
    This lab is equipped with various instruments that are used to measure physical attributes of machine components like circularity, angularity, parallelism etc.
  • Heat Transfer lab
    The lab is well equipped with state of the art experimental apparatus is to understand the concepts of conduction, convection and radiation practically in various thermal systems a series of experiments.
  • Instumentation Lab
    The lab consists of various instruments that are used in measuring the fundamental properties such as pressure, temperature and also to demonstrate the calibration procedures of various instruments like rotameter, pressure gauge etc.
  • CAD Lab
    The lab is equipped with various design software’s to provide the basic knowledge of Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Techniques to the students in order to train them to draw various machine components and thus enable them to design various two and three dimensional mechanical components. The course presents the elements of solid modeling, creation of parts and the assembly of parts to form a final design using Software’s
  • CAM Lab
    The lab is equipped with CNC Machines to manufacture the components that are modeled and designed using design software’s.
  • Digital Fabrication Lab
    The lab is equipped with rapid prototype machine to give training on digital fabrication software. to enable the students to convert their innovative ideas into fabricated physical models.
  • Design for Manufacturing Lab
    This lab enables the students to design objects for additive manufacturing and then carryout various parametric studies.
  • Kinematics of Machinery Lab
    Kinematics of machinery lab imparts practical knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machines.
  • Engineering Drawing With AutoCAD lab
    This lab enables the students to acquire knowledge to locate and apply features of AutoCAD that automate the drafting process, facilitate creation of more accurate drawings with minimum time and capable of making 2d and 3d drawings.
  • Mechanics of Fluid and Hydraulic Machinery Lab
    This lab enables the students to acquire knowledge of Francis turbine test rig, Kaplan turbine test rig, Pelton wheel test rig, Impact of jet on vane test rig, Friction in pipes test rig, Single stage centrifugal pump test rig, Multi stage centrifugal pump test rig, Venturimeter, and Orifice meter.


Course Files and Lab Manuals

Course Files

Compiling course files is a concept which had been there for many years in professional college. Geethanjali takes the concept of course file to a new level altogether.

Efforts have been made to prepare course files on every subject taught in all branches altogether. This huge stack of information is specially prepared by the respective faculty members with examinations in mind. A wide variety of questions are compiled catering to the comprehension of the weakest student to challenge the mind of the brightest student.

Not only are the efforts of Geethanjali towards compiling the best material but efforts of the same level are put into ensuring that the students access the information. Group ids are created for each class and the class representative receives this information which he/she passes it on to his/her classmates. All of them can access the information with the help of their username & password generated individually per student.

Along with important questions and answers generated unit wise there are nearly 50 multiple choice questions per unit which will aid the student in their online internal examinations. Not just this academic matter but our faculty also includes website addresses resourceful for their subjects, references and all possible lab viva questions.

The course files are updated every year and versions of it are released.

Lab Manuals

The laboratory manuals for each lab are generated with utmost care because at Geethanjali we understand the importance of applied knowledge. We realize that labs are real nests for acquiring knowledge and hence stringent measures are followed while designing them and scrutinized by the HODs before they reach the student. Along with the prescribed number of experiments, more number of experiments are added after consulting the industry requirements. The lab manuals help the student prepare their record and also come prepared for their lab sessions.


Certification Programs

Siemens certified professional program

The Siemens certified professional program is an extensive skill-building initiative by Siemens Industry software (India) with an objective of bringing together the golden triangle of industries, institutes and technologies to foster ecologies across the nation that can focus on actionable plans to improve the employability factor.
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E Learning

E Learning courses provide an enabling platform by virtue of which the students can upgrade their knowledge without going for regular courses
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https://swayam.gov.in/


FDP/GUEST LECTURES/SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS

GUEST LECTURES

This guest lectures are conducted for students by expert people in different areas of Thermal Engineering, Production Engineering and Design Engineering Fields.

i. A Guest Lecture on Machinery condition Monitoring on 17th Aug, 2017 by Dr. Sabareesh, BITS, Hyd for 3rdand 4thB.Tech Mechanical Engineering students.
ii. A Guest lecture on Aircraft – MRO on 28th, Dec 2017 by Mrs. Rima Roy Senior Aircraft Maintenance Engineer GMR Aero technic limited for IIIrd year Mechanical Engineering students.
iii. A Guest lecture on Kinematics of Machinery - on 21st March, 2018 - By Dr.B.Venkatesham, IIIT, Hyderabad, for 2nd year Mech. students.


SEMINARS

Different seminars are conducted for students by industry persons to reduce the gap between course structure and present market research.

i. A Seminar on Shaft Design on Combined loading on 21st Sep, 2017 by Mind Vis technologies Private Limited, Chandigarh for 3rdand 4th B.Tech Mechanical Engineering students.
ii. A Seminar on Recent Developments in Aviation on 17th, Jan 2018 by R.V. Bhargava Ram, CEO, Mauthsakha Aerospace and Aviation Pvt. Ltd. for IIIrd year Mechanical Engineering students.


WORKSHOPS

Practical Exposure to the present industry needs should be developed by the students apart from course structure. So, our department had conducted different workshops for the students of mechanical engineering in different fields like Refrigeration and air conditioning etc,.

i. A workshop on Andrbotix on 5th Aug, 2017 by Robotics club SNIST for 2nd, 3rdand 4th B.Tech Mechanical Engineering students.
ii. A Workshop on Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Components and Equipment’s on 16th – 17th Feb, 2018 by Field experts from National engineering – Visakapatnam for IIIrd year mechanical Engineering students


Awards Achieved by our Students.

S.NoStudent NameCollege Name-Event/Topic NameWinner
1Mr. D Gopi ChanderGCET- Hackthon 2k18IIIrd Prize
2A Dinesh Sagar 14R11A0350JNTUH-CEH Paper PresentationIIIrd Prize
3A Dinesh Sagar 14R11A0350OU- Hybrid carsIst Prize
4A Dinesh Sagar 14R11A0350JNTUH- Hybrid & Autonomous3rd Prize
5N Phani Varma 14R11A0370CVSR- ways to improve performance of engine2nd Prize
6Mr. M AbhishekGCET-Manotron-181st Prize
7Mr. Kranthi KiranGCET-Manotron-181st Prize
8Mr. JunkarSagarGCET-Manotron-181st Prize

2016-2017(FDP/Seminar/Conference)
S. No.Title of FDP/Seminar/ConferenceDate of FDP
1One Week FDP on "Engineering Drawing with Auto CAD" Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringMay 9 -14, 2016
2Refresh Course on "Engineering Mechanics" Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringJune 6 - 11, 2016
3Two days Workshop on "CAD/CAE and its applications using AutoCAD & ANSYS" By T. Chandrasekhar, Learning Steps, Hyderabad, Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringJuly 25-26, 2016
4Two Day Workshop on "Soccer Robotics Workshop"By Robogensis, Bangalore, Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringSeptember 9 -10, 2016
5Expert lecture on Thermodynamics By J. Chidanandappa, NRSE/ISRO22-Oct-16
6A Two day FDP on "3D Modelling and Hands on Experience using Creo 3.0 (Pro/E)" By K. Kishore, Adroitec Engineering Solutions PVT. LTD., Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringJanuary 9 -10, 2017
7A One day Seminar on "Non Destructive Testing Methods (NDT)" By CVR Murthy, Vice President (Learning and Development), Advanced Engineering Services, Hyderabad.10-Feb-17
8One Week Faculty Development Programme for Lab Assistants/Technicians on Mechanical Engineering Laboratories, Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringMarch 6th - 10th 2017
9A Day Faculty Development Programme on "Analytical Approach on Mechanical Design"March 16th - 18th 2017
10A Seminar on "Product Quality of Advanced Systems" by R.A. Goverdhan Reddy, Director (Quality), Ministry of Defense, Hyderabad on March 31st, 2017
11A Two Day Tech Fest "MANOTRON 17" By Department of Mechanical EngineeringApril 6th and 7th, 2017

2015-2016(FDP/Seminar/Conference)
S. No.Title of FDP/Seminar/ConferenceDates of the Programme
1A Two day National Conference on "Recent Advances in Material Science and Manufacturing Engineering" Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringJanuary 30 - 31, 2015
2Guest lecture on "Additive Manufacturing" by Dr. Subhananda Rao, VNR Vignan Jyothi Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, Conducted by Department of Mechanical Engineering30-Jan-15
3A Seminar on "Development of New class of Ductile Metallic Ceramics" By Dr. Bharat B Panigrahi, IIT, Hyderabad, Conducted by Department of Mechanical Engineering30-Jan-15
4A Seminar on "New vistas of Manufacturing Technology" By Dr. Srinivasa Prakash Regalla, BITS, Hyderabad Campus, Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringJanuary 31st, 2015
5A Three Day Faculty Development Programm on "Engineering Drawing with Auto CAD" by the Mechanical Engineering Department June 18th to 20th 2015
6Three days Workshop on " Finite Element Analysis using Ansys" Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringAugust 12 -14, 2015
7A Seminar on "Role of Mechanical Engineers in Power Sector" by Mr. V.B.Shankar From TURBO IIT, Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringSeptember 28th, 2015
8One Week FDP on "Finite Element Analysis and Practices through Ansys" Conducted by Department of Mechanical EngineeringNovember 30 - December 5, 2015
9Two days Workshop on "AUTOSPARK (Automobile Mechanics and IC Engine Design)January 6 - 7, 2016



Industrial Visits/Training/MOUs

INDUSTRIAL VISITS

Students should have industrial interaction and know the actual functioning of industries in mass production and batch production.

1. Industry visit to BHEL Hyderabad, for 3 rd year students on 30th Aug, 2017
2. Industry visit to ATI Hyderabad, for 3 rd year students on 10th – 11th, Jan 2018.
3. One Day Industry Visit to ATI Hyderabad, for Department Faculty on 3rd Jan, 2018.
4. Industrial Visit to ARCI for 3 rd year students on 16th, Mar 2018


INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

Industry training is conducted for students of Mechanical Engineering with our training partner Advanced Training Institute, Hyderabad.

1. One Week Training Program for 3 rd Year students at ATI Hyderabad from 19th – 23rd, Feb, 2018.
2. One Week Training Program for 3 rd Year students at ATI Hyderabad from 05th – 09th Mar, 2018.


INDUSTRIAL MOU's

To increase the interaction between Industry and Students, Faculty our department kept memorandum of understanding with different industries for giving internships to the students, Mini projects and helping them in industry oriented main projects etc,.

1. MOU with Supra Engineering Works on 20th Jan 2017(Supply, erection and commissioning of Milk chilling plants, Dairy equipments and cold storages)
2. MOU KGR Induction Drill pipes company on 27th Jan 2017.


Employability Skills Imparted

Centre for Advancement of Career and Human Excellence (CACHE) is the department of the college responsible for Career Guidance, Training, Placement and Entrepreneurship development. It is a unique initiative of Geethanjali. Its features are

  • Was started in 2005
  • Deals with Career Guidance, Training, Placements and Entrepreneurship
  • With the intention of enhancing the students understanding of employability.
  • Training imparted to students from their freshman year.
  • Trained to be an asset to their employers.
  • Various innovative methods of teaching are implemented
  • A special syllabus is planned keeping in view the industry requirements and constraints of regular syllabus.
  • Focus is on Communication Skills, Aptitude, and Soft Skills, developing the Confidence of Students, improving their Body Language, inculcating Creativity and into making them responsible individuals.
  • A special collection of books is maintained at CACHE to draw students to books and the healthy habit of reading.
  • Forging fruitful and mutually beneficial linkages with industries and professional organizations.
  • Getting live projects as well as providing placement assistance to its students.
  • By organizing key guest lectures and seminars.

The College gives utmost importance to improving the quality of the graduate student as this is an important aspect of the mission of the college. To that end, we spend considerable amount of time talking with students about their career and professional goals, concerns, and suggestions for improving their learning experience. Since its inception, the college has been continuously striving its best in working towards enhancing the professional culture to serve the needs of an ever-changing and dynamic learning community in an exemplary manner. The college has a Training & Placement cell (T&P cell) which guides the students on all aspects of career planning, job searching, and post-graduate studies. The objective of the cell, inter alia, are:

  1. To offer career guidance programs and to provide assistance and resources to support students in making real life connections to academic learning.
  2. To enable students to gain the skills, ability and confidence to transit successfully to further studies/work/self-employment or any other activity in which he/she lands deliberately or unwittingly.
  3. To provide services which expose students to infinite possibilities available in their future; to equip them with the tools they need to plan for future endeavors and to provide continued support and encouragement that they need to be successful in career as well as life.
  4. To enable students to evaluate various career options and embark on their career path to meet their interests by showing them how to assess their interests and talents.
  5. To help find answers to the following questions which pester students:
    • What am I going to do when I leave college?
    • Do I meet the entrance requirements of places of higher education?
    • Can I afford to study further?
    • Will I find a job in my chosen field and place?
    • Should I take a gap/break after college?
    • Are some places better to study than others?
    • Is my degree internationally recognized?
    • Will my job earn me the money to live the lifestyle I desire?

Finding answers to these questions is easy if one has a good understanding of himself/herself and his/her choice of careers. It is possible to find a career path for each individual which draws on their strengths and builds on areas requiring improvement.

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