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  • Shri Vileparle Kelvani Mandals

    Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering

    Approved by AICTE and Affiliated to the University of Mumbai

  • INDEX

    Sr.

    No

    Content Page

    no.

    1. About the Department 1

    2. Administration 4

    3. Student Chapters 5

    4. Achievements 12

    4.1 Faculty Publications / Workshop (STTP) 12

    4.2 Students Extra-Curricular Activities. 18

    4.3 In-Plant Training 20

    5 Result Analysis 21

    6. Placement Data 23

    7. Staff 24

    7.1 Teaching 24

    7.2 Non-Teaching 24

    7.3 Visiting 24

    8. Event Gallery 25

  • Description of Highlighted Photos

    1. Dr Hari Vasudevan addressing International Conference on Advanced

    Computing Technologies and Applications organized by DJSCE on 26th &

    27th march 2015.

    2. DJS KRONOS at Jamshedpur

    3. Skylark plane Achilles

    4. Industrial Visit of TE Students to Volkswagen.

    5. Industrial Visit to L &Ts C-TEA (Centre for Technology and Engg.

    Application) , Madh

    6. Prof. N C. Deshpande delivered an Expert talk on Low Cost Automation at the national seminar on Affordable Technologies for SME

    sector in INDIA held on 27 th March 2015 at Lala Lajpatrai Institute of

    Management, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai.

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    1. PRODUCTION ENGINEERING: THE KEY

    DIFFERENTIATOR

    Production Engineering is a specialized branch of Mechanical Engineering, in

    which an integrated exposure to design and manufacturing of Products &

    Components as well as Services at optimum cost & quality are given wide

    thrust and coverage. It ensures an all-encompassing and enriching focus on all

    the basic areas of Mechanical Engineering along with a strong exposure to

    various Management practices & techniques, Economics, Costing, Finance &

    Accounts, HR, Marketing and Systems oriented subjects. Production

    Engineering can also be identified with the modern techno commercial and

    customer centric aspects of business models & practices.

    The syllabus of Production Engineering in University of Mumbai has a

    full time six months implant training in various industries such as L & T,

    Godrej, Siemens, Volkswagen and Mahindra & Mahindra, etc. This training is

    prescribed for students in the VII Semester (Final Year) of their curriculum,

    making it a sandwich type of course. This exposure to the industry during the

    period of six months ensures that a student gets an exposure to practical and

    live working practices of the industry. This is a unique feature available only

    in the Production Engineering curriculum at the graduate level courses of

    University of Mumbai, thereby ensuring that the students have a 6 months of

    practical experience before they pass out of under graduation studies.

    For MBA aspirants particularly, Production Engineering is a very

    pertinent course to pursue at the under graduate level. This exposure also

    enhances the managerial skills and decision making skills of the students,

    making them industry ready. Regular visits to the industries and monitoring of

    the students performance by the faculty members also form a key component

    of the implant training.

    Production Engineering graduates have ample employment opportunities

    in areas such as core manufacturing, product design and development, quality

    assurance, marketing, systems engineering, tool design, planning and

    operations, maintenance and servicing, production software development,

    customer technical services cells, entrepreneurship and training &

    development. Our students are usually placed in the companies like Mahindra

    and Mahindra, Larson &Tubro, Godrej & Boyce, J. P. Morgan, TCS etc...

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    Vision:

    To develop professionally competent and socially sensitive technical

    manpower for manufacturing and allied service sector, capable of meeting

    technological challenges at indigenous and global level, while working in

    multicultural global environment.

    Mission:

    1. To strive for academic excellence in service, engineering and

    manufacturing technology, through dedication and innovation in

    teaching and learning processes.

    2. To equip and develop knowledge resources, laboratories and innovative

    techniques, in order to cater to the ongoing and upcoming demands of

    technology.

    3. To strive to achieve technical expertise and professional competency by

    motivating budding engineers to take active part in curricular, co-

    curricular and extracurricular fronts through interaction with industry,

    allied professional societies and other nodal agencies.

    4. To mold the students as responsible and outstanding technical

    professionals with excellent personality traits and high ethical standards

    capable of facing challenges of the industry and society at large.

    Program Educational Objectives:

    A. To instill in students basic scientific, mathematical and engineering concepts for building a solid foundation to enable them to get a better

    orientation in the vast field of engineering and technology.

    B. To inculcate analytical and application skills, orient to research methodologies and prepare students to tackle complex engineering

    problems.

    C. To familiarize students with correct use of tools and equipment. D. To develop communication, presentation, inter-personal and inter-

    disciplinary skills.

    E. To provide opportunities for practical exposure and blend learning through industry interactions.

    F. To bring awareness about social obligations, environment, sustainable development etc. and mold students to face indigenous and global

    manufacturing challenges.

    G. To instill urge for knowledge enhancements, inculcate personality traits and professional ethics to pursue a successful professional career.

    H. To give exposure to various principles and aspects pertaining to various

    Management Sciences.

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    About the Department:

    Production Engineering Department of Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of

    Engineering was set up in 1994, the year in which the institute was

    established. The department has 13 full time well qualified faculty and 9

    Non-Teaching staff.

    All the laboratories are fully air-conditioned and are equipped with latest

    instruments and high end experimental setups, lab records, lab manuals,

    User manuals, journals etc. Relevant softwares are installed on all the

    desktops in laboratories.

    The department runs four professional student chapters viz. SAE, ISME,

    RAS and ISHRAE which help to enhance the skills of the student and

    also to add value in the process of acquiring knowledge.

    Courses offered - B.E. Production Engineering. Intake 30 Students.

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    2. ADMINISTRATION

    Dr. Hari Vasudevan: Principal, Professor and Head of the Dept.

    Extra administrative responsibilities:

    Sr. No Areas of Work Coordinator

    1 Overall Administrative Coordination Prof. Naresh C. Deshpande

    2 Industrial Training and Interactions Prof.(Mrs.) Trupti Markose

    3 Examinations Prof.(Mrs.) Trupti Markose

    4 Departmental Library Prof. Naresh C. Deshpande

    5 Work Shop /Machine Shop Prof. Mehul S. Prajapati and

    Prof. Sandip H. Mane

    6 Attendance Monitoring Prof. Amit A. Chaudhari and

    Prof.(Mrs.)Meeta N. Gandhi

    7 Monthly Report Prof.(Mrs.)Meeta N. Gandhi

    8 Daily Report Prof. Naresh C. Deshpande

    9 Coordination with Placement Prof. Sanket D. Parab

    10 Time-Table / Teaching Load Prof. Mehul S. Prajapati and

    Prof. Sandip H. Mane

    11

    Stock Taking and Infrastructure

    Maintenance

    Prof. Avadhut A. Samant and

    Prof. Amruta A.Rane

    12

    Continuous NBA Monitoring and

    Coordination Prof. Naresh C. Deshpande

    13 Alumni Association Activity Coordination Prof.(Mrs.)Meeta N. Gandhi

    14 Visiting Faculty Coordination Prof. Sandip H. Mane

    15 ISHRAE Coordinator Prof.(Mrs.)Meeta N. Gandhi

    16 SAE Coordinator Prof. Sandip H. Mane

    17 ISME & RAS Coordinator Prof. Sanket D. Parab

    18 VAP Coordinator Prof. Mehul S. Prajapati

    19 Website Coordinator Prof. Amit A. Chaudhari

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    3. STUDENT CHAPTERS Following is report of various activities conducted by Student Chapters of

    Professional bodies.

    3.1 INDIAN SOCIETY OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS (ISME)

    Guest Lectures

    (i)An invited talk on Total Quality Management by Mr K.B Bharati

    (Director, QCFI India) focused on improvement of quality and implementation

    of Total Quality Management Concepts in Indian Manufacturing Industry.

    (ii) ISO/TS 16949 Automotive Standards Value Added Programme was

    conducted on September 12 to September 14, 2014 by Mr J. Sathe wherein he

    inculcated and explained the role of critical analysis in any

    task/process/product/design.

    (iii) An invited talk on Made in India: From an Idea to Reality by Dr. B Ravi

    Professor IIT Bombay on 23rd September2014, emphasized the use of E

    Foundry and ORTHOCAD.

    (iv) An Invited talk on Campus to Corporate by our alumnus Mr Darshit

    Shah was conducted on 11th February 2015.

    (v) L&T Technical Lecture Series

    Date: - 29th and 30th January 2015

    Organized by: - ISME

    Organized For: - TE an

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