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Department of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is the most diverse and versatile among all engineering disciplines. In addition to physics and mathematics, it encompasses key elements of aerospace, electrical, civil, chemical and even materials science and bio-engineering. Mechanical engineering touches virtually every aspect of modern life, from mobile phones and biomedical devices, to aircrafts and power plants. Not only engineering, mechanical engineers deal with economic issues, from the cost of a single component, to the economic impact of a manufacturing plant.

The Department of mechanical engineering was established in 2010. The Department offers 2 Programs Namely: B.Tech. in (Mechanical Engineering) and Diploma in (Mechanical Engineering). The department of mechanical engineering is continuously striving to attain excellence in education, academic and industry oriented research to prepare the engineers that are globally competitive and capable of leading in industry, academia and government organizations in both India and abroad. The major strength of the department is its highly qualified and experienced teaching faculty and well established top-quality of laboratories with state-of-artinfrastructure and equipment. The department can boast of very well equipped laboratories and centralized workshop that caters to the need of the entire Institute.

Vision

The vision is to emerge the department to be a leading-edge technical pioneer through collaborative research, education, training and innovation.

Mission

M1. To deliver a high-quality education to train the future leaders with skills and abilities.
M2. To set up a center of excellence to pursue research in Emerging areas and enhance knowledge base in cooperation with organizations and academic institutions.
M3. To inculcate values leading to holistic learning.
M4: To encourage students’ entrepreneurial as well as technical abilities.

❖ Course Name: B.Tech (4 years)
❖ Level: UG
❖ Affiliation: I.K. G. Punjab Technical University
❖Approval: AICTE, New Delhi

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

PEO1: To prepare mechanical engineering graduates for an excellent career by providing them with exceptional knowledge of math, science, engineering, technology, management, the humanities, and a variety of other multidisciplinary subjects.
PEO2: To provide students with cutting-edge hardware, software and tools knowledge for problem-solving in mechanical engineering.
PEO3: To develop students with strong leadership qualities, high moral standards, and ethical principles to support the nation’s engineering economic growth and to tackle social and engineering challenges affecting the country

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs):

PSO1. Ability to design and develop sustainable products, equipment, and mechanical systems through learned principles and skills. PSO2. Ability to adopt a multidisciplinary approach to solve engineering problems in various domains of manufacturing, design, thermal and fluid science etcetera. PSO3.Ability to provide technically and commercially feasible solutions with ethics and professionalism that benefit society.

Program Outcomes (POs):-

PO I: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO II: 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.
PO III: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO IV: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO V: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO VI: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO VII: 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.
PO VIII: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO IX: Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO X: 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.
PO XI: 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.
PO XII: 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.

❖ Course Name: Diploma in ME (3 years)

❖ Affiliation: Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training

❖ Approval: AICTE, New Delhi

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):
PEO1: Analyze, design and solve problems related to Mechanical Engineering and adapt to changes in technology by self-learning.             

PEO2: Work effectively as individuals and in a team, exhibiting leadership qualities to meet the goals of a project or the organization           

PEO3: Work with professionalism and concern for environment to meet the societal needs.                                                                                 

PEO4: Engage in higher learning leading to degrees or certifications

Program Outcomes (POs):
i) Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals, and engineering specialization to solve engineering problems.

ii) Problem analysis: Identify and analyze well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.

iii) Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.

iv) Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.

v) Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.

vi) Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about welldefined engineering activities.

vii) Life-long learning: Ability to analyze individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.

Dr. Sandeep Devgan
Associate Professor

Head of Department
Ph.D.(Mechanical Engineering ) from IKG Punjab Technical University
Teaching experience of 12 years.
Area of specialization: Manufacturing of Biomaterials

Hod Message 

Welcome to the Department of Mechanical Engineering
The work we do as practicing and future engineers is critical for an ever-changing world. Mechanical Engineers design infrastructure that powers our modern society, such as automobiles, boilers, turbines and hydraulic systems. Mechanical engineers are creating a stronger, safer and more sustainable world, which we call the progressive environment.
Our department offers highest quality academic programs supported by laboratory facilities. Our faculty is dedicated to excellence in teaching while fostering an inclusive learning environment where everyone can thrive.
Our alumni work in exciting careers and leadership roles around the globe, meeting the complex engineering challenges we face today. If you picture yourself in a dynamic, meaningful career, a degree in Mechanical Engineering may be for you. I invite you to explore our academic programs for strategic direction for the future.

Dr. Sandeep Singh
B.Tech, M.tech, PGDM (VIT, Melbourne, Australia)
Ph.D.(Punjabi University, Patiala), 
Associate Professor

Dr. Amit Mahajan
B.Tech, M.tech,
Ph.D. (IKG-PTU, Kapurthala)
Associate Professor

Dr. Atul Agnihotri
B.Tech, M.tech,
Ph.D. (IKG-PTU, Kapurthala)
Associate Professor

Dr. Jugraj Singh
B.Tech, M.tech,
Ph.D. (Punjabi University, Patiala)
Associate Professor

Dr. Sandeep Devgan
B.Tech, M.tech,
Ph.D. (IKG-PTU, Kapurthala)
Associate Professor

Er. Gurcharn Singh
B.Tech, M.tech,
(IKG-PTU, Kapurthala)
Associate Professor

Er. Jasjeevan Singh
B.Tech, M.tech,
(IKG-PTU, Kapurthala)
Associate Professor

Er. Vinod Mahajan
B.Tech, M.tech,
(NIT, Jalandhar)
Associate Professor

Er. Karanbir Singh
B.Tech, M.tech,
(IKG-PTU, Kapurthala)
Associate Professor

Er. Navin Kumar
B.Tech, M.tech,
(NIT, Jalandhar)
Associate Professor

S.No Description Year – Sem Content
1. Academic Calender 2023-24 File 1
2. Degree Syllabus 2023-24 File 2
3. Degree Time Table 2023-24 File 3
4. Department Academic Planner 2022-23 File 4
5. Diploma Timetables 2022-23 File 5
6. Diploma Syllabus 2022-23 File 6
7. Course Outcomes 2022-23 File 5
S.No Name of the Research Paper by Faculty
1.

Dr. Sandeep Singh Sunny

1.Singh, S., Khamba, J.S. and Singh, D., 2022. Role and scope of overall equipment effectiveness implementation in Indian sugarmill industries: A justified approach. Proceedings of the institution of mechanical engineers, part e: journal of process mechanical engineering, 236(2), pp.546-555.
2.Singh, S., Khamba, J.S. and Singh, D., 2022. Analysis of potential factors affecting execution of overall equipment effectiveness in Indian sugar mills. Proceedings of the institution of mechanical engineers, part e: journal of process mechanical engineering, p.09544089221135010.
3.Singh, S., Khamba, J.S. and Singh, D., 2023. Study of energy-efficient attributes of overall equipment effectiveness in Indian sugar mill industries through analytical hierarchy process (AHP). International Journal of System Assurance Engineering and Management, pp.1-11.
4. Singh S, Khamba JS, Singh D (2020). Analysis and directions of OEE and its integration with different strategic tools. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of Process Mechanical Engineering. ISSN: 0954-4089, 235(2):594-605. (SCI)
5.Singh S, Khamba JS, Singh D (2021). Role and scope of overall equipment effectiveness implementation in Indian sugar mill industries: A justified approach. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of Process Mechanical Engineering. ISSN: 0954-4089, 18:09544089211050173. (SCI)
6.Singh S, Khamba JS, Singh D (2021). Interpretive structural modelling to evaluate the key barriers inhibiting successful implementation of overall equipment effectiveness. International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management. ISSN:1746-6482; 34(3):415-44. (SCOPUS)
7.Singh S, Khamba JS, Singh D (2021). Analysing the Role of Six Big Losses in OEE to Enhance the Performance: Literature Review and Directions. Advances in Industrial and Production Engineering, ISSN: 2195-4364, 411-21. (SCOPUS)
8.Sandeep S, Karanbir S. (2022). Scope of Industrial Revolution 4.0 in Indian industries. InЭлектрофизические методы обработки в современной промышленности (pp. 45-50). (R.SCI).
9.Singh S, Singh K, Mahajan V, Singh G (2020). Justification of overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) in Indian sugar mill industry for attaining core excellence. International Journal of Advance Research and Innovation ISSN: 2347-3258:, 8(1):34-6 (Mendley).
10. Jagdeep Singh, S.K.Gandhi, Sandeep Singh (2020) “Impact of TPM in Manufacturing Unit”. Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany), ISBN: 978-620-0-47371-4.
11. Narinder Singh, Bikramjit Singh, Sandeep Singh Sunny (2020)‘Waste as a Vital Material”. Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany), ISBN: 978-620-0-56497-9.
2.

Dr. Jugraj Singh Randhawa

1.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2017), ‘5S – a quality improvement tool for sustainable performance: literature review and directions, International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, ISSN: 0265-671X, Vol. 34, No. 3, pp. 334-361. (ESCI)
2.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2017) ‘5S implementation methodologies: literature review and directions’, Int. J. Productivity and Quality Management, ISSN: 1746-6474, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 48– 74. (Scopus (Elsevier))
3.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2017), ‘Examining the role of 5S practices as a facilitator of Business excellence in manufacturing organizations’, Measuring Business Excellence ISSN: 1368- 3047, Vol. 21, No. 2, pp. 191–206. (ESCI)
4.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2017), ‘Evaluating Impact of 5S Implementation on Business Performance’, International Journal of Productivity & Performance Management ISSN: 1741-0401 Vol. 66, No. 7, pp. 948–978. (ESCI)
5.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2017), ‘Structural Equation Modelling for Validating Impact of 5S Implementation on Business Excellence of Manufacturing Organizations’, International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, ISSN: 0265-671X, Vol. 34, No. 9, pp. 1592– 1615. (ESCI)
6.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2017), ‘An assessment of contributions of 5S initiatives in the Indian Manufacturing Industry’, International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, ISSN: 1741-5292,Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 297–336. (Scopus (Elsevier))
7.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2018), ‘Empirical Investigation of Contributions of 5S Practice for Realizing Improved Competitive Dimensions’, International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, ISSN: 0265-671X, Vol.35, No.3, pp.779–810. (ESCI)
8.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2018), ‘Analytical Hierarchy Process For Selecting Best Attributes For Successful 5S Implementation’, International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, ISSN: 1746-6474, Vol. 24, No.1, pp. 33–58. (Scopus (Elsevier))
9.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2018), ‘An Investigation into Manufacturing Performance Achievements Accrued By Indian Manufacturing Organization Through Strategic 5S Practices’, International Journal of Productivity & Performance Management, ISSN: 1741-0401 Vol.67, No.4, pp.754–787. (ESCI)
10.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2018), ‘An Evaluation of Effectiveness of 5S Implementation Initiatives in an Indian Manufacturing Enterprise’, Int. J. Productivity and Quality Management, ISSN: 1746-6474, Vol. 24, No.1, pp. 101–133. (Scopus (Elsevier))
11.Randhawa, J.S. and Ahuja, I.S. (2018), ‘An Approach for Justification of Success 5S Program in Manufacturing Organizations using Fuzzy Based Simulation Model’, International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, ISSN: 1746-6474,Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 331–348. (Scopus (Elsevier))
12. R Singh, JS Dureja, M Dogra, JS Randhawa (2019), “Optimization of machining parameters under MQL turning of Ti-6Al-4V alloy with textured tool using multi attribute decision-making methods” World Journal of Engineering, ISSN: 1708-5284,Vol.16, No. 5 pp.648-659. (ESCI)
3.

Er. Jasjeevan Singh

1.Singh, J., Gill, S.S., Dogra, M., Singh, R., Singh, M., Sharma, S., Singh, G., Li, C. and Rajkumar, S., 2022. State of the art review on the sustainable dry machining of advanced materials for multifaceted engineering applications: Progressive advancements and directions for future prospects. Materials Research Express.
2.Singh, J., Gill, S.S., Dogra, M., Sharma, S., Singh, M., Dwivedi, S.P., Li, C., Singh, S., Muhammad, S., Salah, B. and Shamseldin, M.A., 2022. Effect of Ranque-Hilsch Vortex Tube Cooling to Enhance the Surface-Topography and Tool-Wear in Sustainable Turning of Al-5.6 Zn-2.5 Mg-1.6 Cu-0.23 Cr- T6 Aerospace Alloy. Materials, 15(16), p.5681.
3.Singh J, Simranpreet Singh Gill, Atul Agnihotri (2023). Dry Machining and Cutting Fluids used in Industries.ISBN-13:978-620-5-64072-2
4.Singh, J., Gill, S.S., Dogra, M. and Singh, R., 2021. A review on cutting fluids used in machining processes. Engineering Research Express, 3(1), p.012002.
5.Singh, J., 2015. Thermo hydraulic performance of solar air duct having triangular protrusions as roughness geometry. Journal of Thermal Engineering, 1(7), pp.607-620.
6.Singh, J., Gill, S.S., Dogra, M. and Singh, R., 2021. A Brief Study on Machinability of Aluminium Alloys. In Advances in Engineering Materials: Select Proceedings of FLAME 2020 (pp. 579-591). Springer Singapore.
7.Jasjeevan, S., Simranpreet, S.G., Manu, D. and Rupinder, S., 2021. A brief study on machining of aerospace aluminium alloy 7075-t6 using environment friendly cooling/lubrication strategies. In Electrophysical machining in modern industry (pp. 22-26).
8.Jasjeevan, S., Simranpreet, S.G. and Manu, D., 2022. A Brief Study on Sustainable Machining. In Электрофизические методы обработки в современной промышленности (pp. 51-54).
4.

Dr. Amit Mahajan

1.Mahajan, A., Devgan, S. and Kalyanasundaram, D., 2023. Surface alteration of Cobalt-Chromium and duplex stainless steel alloys for biomedical applications: a concise review. Materials and Manufacturing Processes, 38(3), pp.260-270.
2.Singh, G., Mahajan, A., Devgan, S. and Sidhu, S.S., 2021. Comparison of Copper and Tungsten Electrodes for the Electric Discharge Machined SUS-316L. In Sustainable Machining Strategies for Better Performance: Select Proceedings of SMSBP 2020(pp. 197-206). Singapore: Springer Singapore.
3. Amit Mahajan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu and Timur Ablyaz (2019)- EDM Surface Treatment: An Enhanced Biocompatible Interface|| In Biomaterials in Orthopaedics and Bone Regeneration, ISBN 978-981-13-9976-3, pp. 33-40, Springer, Singapore.
4. Amit Mahajan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu, Sandeep Devgan(2020)- Enhancing tribological properties of duplex stainless steel via electrical discharge treatment|| In Non-Conventional Hybrid Machining Processes: Theory and Practice, ISBN 9780367139131, pp. 135-141, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis group, London.
5. Sandeep Devgan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu, Amit Mahajan(2020)-Capabilities of powder mixed- EDM using carbon nano-tubes for biomedical application|| In Non-Conventional Hybrid Machining Processes: Theory and Practice, ISBN 9780367139131(pp. 95-104, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis group, London.
6. Gurpreet Singh, Amit Mahajan, Sandeep Devgan and Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu (2022)- Comparison of Copper and Tungsten Electrodes for the Electric Discharge Machined SUS-316L|| In Sustainable Machining Strategies for Better Performance, ISBN 978-981-16-2278-6, pp.197-206, Springer, Singapore.
7.Sandeep Devgan, Amit Mahajan, Gurpreet Singh, Gurcharan Singh and Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu(2022)- Surface Integrity of Powder Mixed Electrical Discharge Treated Substrate at High Discharge Energies|| In Sustainable Machining Strategies for Better Performance, ISBN 978-981-16-2278-6, pp. 207-217, Springer, Singapor
8.Amit Mahajan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu (2018)- Enhancing Biocompatibility of Co-Cr Alloy Implants via Electrical Discharge Process|| Materials Technology, ISSN: 1066-7857, Vol. 33, No. 8, pp.524-531. (SCI Journal)
9.Amit Mahajan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu (2019)- In-vitro Corrosion and Hemocompatibility Evaluation of Electrical Discharge Treated Cobalt–Chromium Implant||Journal of Materials Research, ISSN: 2044-5326, Vol. 34, No. 8, pp.1363-1370. (SCI Journal)
10.Amit Mahajan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu (2019)-Potential of Electrical Discharge Treatment to Enhance the In-Vitro Cytocompatibility and Tribological Performance of Co-Cr Implant|| Journal of Materials Research, ISSN: 2044-5326, Vol.34, No.16, pp.2837-2847. (SCI Journal)
11.Amit Mahajan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu, Sandeep Devgan (2020)- MRR and surface morphological analysis of electrical-discharge-machined Co–Cr alloy|| Emerging Materials Research, ISSN: 2046- 0155, Vol. 9, No.1, pp.42-46. (SCI Journal)
12.Amit Mahajan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu, Sandeep Devgan (2020)-Examination of hemocompatibility and corrosion resistance of electrical discharge treated duplex stainless steel (DSS- 2205) for biomedical applications|| Applied Physics A, ISSN:0947-8396, Vol.126, No. 9, pp. 737. (SCI Journal)
13. T.R. Ablyaz, E.S. Shlykov, K.P. Muratov, Amit Mahajan, Gurpreet Singh, Sandeep Devgan, and Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu (2020)- Surface Characterization and Tribological Performance Analysis of Electric Discharge Machined Duplex Stainless Steel|| Micromachines, Vol. 11, No. 10, pp.926. (SCI Journal)
14.Amit Mahajan, Gurpreet Singh, Sandeep Devgan and Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu (2021)- EDM performance characteristics and electrochemical corrosion analysis of Co-Cr alloy and duplex stainless steel: A comparative study|| Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of Process Mechanical Engineering, ISSN: 0954-4089, Vol. 235, No.4, pp.812-823. (SCI Journal)
15.Amit Mahajan, Sandeep Devgan and Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu (2021)- Surface alteration of biomedical alloys by electrical discharge treatment for enhancing the electrochemical corrosion, tribological and biological performances|| Surface and Coatings Technology, ISSN: 0257-8972, Vol. 405, pp.126583 (SCI Journal)
16.Sandeep Devgan, Amit Mahajan and Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu (2021)- Multi-walled carbon nanotubes in powder mixed electrical discharge machining: an experimental study, state of the art and feasibility prospect|| Applied Physics A, ISSN:0947-8396, Vol. 127, No. 11, pp.806 (SCI Journal)
17.Amit Mahajan, Sandeep Devgan & Dinesh Kalyanasundaram (2022)- Surface alteration of Cobalt-Chromium and duplex stainless steel alloys for biomedical applications: a concise review|| Materials and Manufacturing, Processes, ISSN: 1532-2475, pp. 1-11 (SCI Journal)
5.

Dr. Sandeep Devgan

1.Mahajan, A., Devgan, S. and Kalyanasundaram, D., 2023. Surface alteration of Cobalt- Chromium and duplex stainless steel alloys for biomedical applications: a concise review. Materials and Manufacturing Processes, 38(3), pp.260-270
2 Devgan, S., Mahajan, A., Singh, G., Singh, G. and Sidhu, S.S., 2021. Surface Integrity of Powder Mixed Electrical Discharge Treated Substrate at High Discharge Energies. In Sustainable Machining Strategies for Better Performance: Select Proceedings of SMSBP 2020 (pp. 207-217). Singapore: Springer Singapore.
3.Amit Mahajan, Sandeep Devgan & Dinesh Kalyanasundaram (2022)- Surface alteration of Cobalt- Chromium and duplex stainless steel alloys for biomedical applications: a concise review|| Materials and Manufacturing, Processes, ISSN: 1532-2475, pp. 1-11 (SCI Journal)
4.T.R. Ablyaz, E.S. Shlykov, K.P. Muratov, Amit Mahajan, Gurpreet Singh, Sandeep Devgan, and Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu (2020)- Surface Characterization and Tribological Performance Analysis of Electric Discharge Machined Duplex Stainless Steel|| Micromachines, Vol. 11, No. 10, pp.926. (SCI Journal)
5.Mahajan, A., Devgan, S. and Kalyanasundaram, D., 2023. Surface alteration of Cobalt-Chromium and duplex stainless steel alloys for biomedical applications: a concise review. Materials and Manufacturing Processes, 38(3), pp.260-270.
6.Singh, G., Mahajan, A., Devgan, S. and Sidhu, S.S., 2021. Comparison of Copper and Tungsten Electrodes for the Electric Discharge Machined SUS-316L. In Sustainable Machining Strategies for Better Performance: Select Proceedings of SMSBP 2020 (pp. 197-206). Singapore: Springer Singapore.
7.Amit Mahajan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu, Sandeep Devgan(2020)- Enhancing tribological properties of duplex stainless steel via electrical discharge treatment|| In Non-Conventional Hybrid Machining Processes: Theory and Practice, ISBN 9780367139131, pp. 135-141, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis group, London.
8.Sandeep Devgan, Sarabjeet Singh Sidhu, Amit Mahajan(2020)-Capabilities of powder mixed-EDM using carbon nano-tubes for biomedical application|| In Non-Conventional Hybrid Machining Processes: Theory and Practice, ISBN 9780367139131(pp. 95-104, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis
9.Devgan, S. and Sidhu, S.S., (2019), “Evolution of surface modification trends in bone related biomaterials: A review,” Materials Chemistry and Physics, 233, pp.68-78. (I.F. 3.408) (ELSEVIER)
10.Devgan, S. and Sidhu, S.S., (2019) “Enhancing Tribological Performance of β-Titanium Alloy Using Electrical Discharge Process,” Surface Innovations, pp.1-10. (I.F. 2.845) (Ice Publishing)
11.Devgan, S. and Sidhu, S.S., (2020), “Surface modification of β-type titanium with multi-walled CNTs/μ-HAp powder mixed Electro Discharge Treatment process,” Materials Chemistry and Physics,239, p.122005. (I.F. 3.408) (ELSEVIER) modern industry. Special Issue: Additive Technologies " December 11–12, 2019, Russia,pp 19-24.
12.K., Singh, H., Devgan, S., Kumar, R., Mahajan, A., (2012) “CFD investigation of cavitation in journal bearing system”PP-44, TSI812535, Tribology for sustainable development.
6.

Dr. Atul Agnihotri

1.T S Sidhu, Atul Agnihotri & SBS Kalsi (2022), - Burnishing a Novel Approach for Thermal Spray Coatings ǀǀ Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany), ISBN: 978-613-9-42480-1
2.Singh J, Simranpreet Singh Gill, Atul Agnihotri (2023). Dry Machining and Cutting Fluids used in Industries.ISBN-13:978-620-5-64072-2
3.Atul Agnihotri, Sukhminderbir Singh Kalsi, H.K Kansal, Vikramjeet Singh, Harminder Singh, Am Handa, (2020), - Critical Appraisal of Hot Corrosion Behaviour of Burnished HVOF Sprayed WC-Cr Ni Coatings in Actual Environmental Conditions of Coal Fired Boiler ǀǀ International Journal Advanced Science and Technology, ISSN: 2005-4238, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 4420 – 4432 (Scopus).
4.Arunangshu Mukhopadhyay and Atul Agnihotri (2019), - Critical Appraisal of Abrasion Resistan Evaluation Techniques for Textile and other Flexible Materials ǀǀ Asian Technical Journal (ATJ), Vol. 2019, pp 21-27 (Scopus). it C- of ce 1,
5.Sukhminderbir Singh Kalsi and Atul Agnihotri (2017), - Role of HVOF Sprayed Tungsten Carbi Coatings against Hot Corrosion: A Critical Review ǀǀ International Journal of Surface Engineering Materials Technology, ISSN: 2249-7250, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 17-20 (UGC Care).
6.Atul Agnihotri and Sukhminderbir Singh Kalsi (2017), - Hot Corrosion Behaviour of Superalloys a Plasma Coatings as a Protective Technique – A Review ǀǀ I-manager’s Journal on Material Scienc ISSN: 2347-2235, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 21-28 (UGC Care).
7.Atul Agnihotri and Sukhminderbir Singh Kalsi (2016), - Superalloys under the effect of H Corrosion and role of HVOF coatings - A Review ǀǀ I-manager’s Journal on Material Science, ISS 2347-2235, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 30-36 (UGC Care).

Faculty Achievements

S.No Name of faculty Member Name of Achievement Date
1. Dr. Sandeep Singh Awarded the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Mech Engg.) 2023
2. Dr. Amit Mahajan Best Researcher awarded by Khalsa Society
Best Teacher awarded by ISTE
Reviewer of Elseveir, MPDI and Springer Journal.
2020
2021
3. Dr. Jugraj Singh Best Teacher awarded by ISTE
Reviewer of Emerald Journals
Indian Society for Technical Education (LM-105655)
International Association of Engineers (M. No. 216128)
Member of the IAENG Society of Industrial Engineering
Member of the IAENG Society of Mechanical Engineering
Member of the IAENG Society of Operations Research.
2022

Students Achievements

S.No Name of Students Name of Achievement Date
1. Sanjot Singh Got first position in Solid Modeling and Bridge Building.
Got First Position in Paper Presentation
25-4-2023
26-4-2023
2. Gurpreet Singh Got Second position in Solid Modeling 25-4-2023
3. Princepal Singh Got Third position in Solid Modeling and Bridge Building 25-4-2023
4. Puneet Kumar Got Second position Paper Presentation 26-4-2023
5. Gurleen Singh Got Third position Paper Presentation 26-4-2023

IPR

S.No Name of faculty Detail Published/granted
1. Dr. Atul Agnihotri Automatically Cup Management and Filling Machine Granted

Program Coordination Committee

S.No Name of faculty Designation Position Parent organization
1. Dr. Sandeep Devgan HOD (Associate Professor) Chairperson KCET
2. Dr. Atul Agnihotri Associate Professor Coordinator KCET
3. Dr. Jugraj Singh Associate Professor Member KCET
4. Dr. Amit Mahajan Associate Professor Member KCET
5. Dr. Sandeep Singh Associate Professor Member KCET
6. Er. Navin Kumar Assistant Professor(IV-Module Coordinator) Member KCET
7. Er. Vinod Kumar Assistant Professor(III-Module Coordinator) Member KCET
8. Er. Jasjeevan Singh Assistant Professor(II-Module Coordinator) Member KCET

Project Review Committee

S.No Name of faculty Designation Position Parent organization
1. Dr. Manju Bala Director (Professor) Chairperson KCET
2. Dr. Gurwinder Singh Grewal Dean- T&P Cell (Associate Professor) Coordinator KCET
3. Dr. Jugraj Singh Dean Academics (Associate Professor) Member KCET
4. Dr. Atul Agnihotri Dean Research (Associate Professor) Member KCET
5. Dr. Maalti Puri IQAC Coordinator (Associate Professor) Member KCET
6. Dr. Jasleen Kaur HOD-CSE Associate Professor Member KCET
7. Er. Bikramjit Singh HOD-Civil Assistant Professor Member KCET
8. Dr. Sandeep Devgan HOD-ME Assistant Professor Member KCET
9. Dr. Amit Mahajan Associate Professor Member KCET
10. Dr. Supreet Kaur Associate Professor Member KCET

Laboratories

  • Applied Thermodynamics Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Heat Transfer Lab
  • Automobile Engineering Lab
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab
  • Strength of Material Lab
  • Materials Engineering Lab
  • Theory of Machines Lab
  • Mechanical Measurement and Metrology Lab
  • Mechanical Vibration Lab
  • Manufacturing Process Lab
  • CAD/CAM Lab
  • Central Workshops

Teaching learning method

S.No Name of course Duration of Course Number of students attended Number of students passed Academic year
1. Safety Technology and Health Environment In Industry 30 Hours 6 6 2022-2023
2. Optimization and project management 30 Hours 7 7 2020-2021
3. Energy resources and their conservation methods 30 Hours 42 42 2020-2021
4. Industrial Automation 30 Hours 42 42 2019-2020
5. Basics of Mat lab 30 Hours 64 64 2019-2020
6. Fusion 360: Foundational Concepts 30 Hours 67 67 2018-2019
7. Robotics 30 Hours 63 63 2018-2019
Academic Year Internship Details
2022 Peyush: AM HYUNDAI, J&K, India
2022 Daljeet Singh: CIPET, Amritsar, Punjab, India
2022 Rajbir Kaur: CIPET, Amritsar, Punjab, India
2022 Satish: SAL Automotive, Patiala
2022 Simranjit Kaur: CIPET, Amritsar
2022 Shivangi Malhotra: CIPET, Amritsar
2022 Danish: CIPET, Amritsar
2023 Chetan: Central Institute of hand Tools, Jalandhar
2023 Dharminderpal: PG-Tech. Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh
2023 Jagroop Singh: PG-Tech. Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh
2023 Jarmanjit Singh: PG-Tech. Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh
2023 Parminder Singh: PG-Tech. Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh
2023 Bikramjeet Singh: PG-Tech. Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh
2023 Jogeshwar Singh Bhau: AM Hyundai, J & K
2023 Sahil: PG-Tech. Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh

Contact

Dr. Sandeep Devgan
HOD/Associate Professor
Email Id: hod.me@kcet.co.in

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