Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering Department of AKGEC, Ghaziabad is fully equipped to meet the requirements of B.Tech (Mech) course and some of the courses of M.Tech (Mech). It has highly qualified and experienced faculty, most of those are product of engineering college of very high repute such as IIT, NIT and other engineering institutes of national and international fame. 

The department is equipped with following lab and workshop facilities.
 

  •    Workshop
  •    Machine shop
  •    Welding shop
  •    Smithy & foundry shop
  •    Carpentry shop
  •    Fitting shop
  •    Sheet metal shop
  •    Elements of mechanical engineering lab
  •    Computer Aided Engg. Graphics Lab.
  •    Machine drawing lab
  •    Material Science & Testing Lab
  •    Fluid Mechanics Lab
  •    Heat & Mass Transfer Lab
  •    Measurement Metrology Lab
  •    Theory of Machines Lab
  •    CAD/CAM Lab
  •    Automobile & IC Engines Lab
  •    Hydraulic Machine Lab
  •    RAC Lab
  •    Applied Thermodynamics Lab
  •    Simulation Modeling & Analysis Lab
  •    Operations Research Lab
  •    Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Lab

 

VISION

To produce professionally competent, socially sensitive, motivated, honest and dedicated mechanical engineers capable of working in multicultural global environment.

 

MISSION

Educating the students who are, would be "leaders of tomorrow" in academia, government, industry and entrepreneurial pursuit, through a well designed rigorous curriculum of theory and practicals that develops the ability to solve problems related to mechanical engineering, individually and in teams.

To develop knowledge of fundamental principles and innovative technologies through research within core areas of mechanical engineering and in collaboration with other disciplines that is distinguished by its impact on academic, industry and society.

To create deep awareness of ethical responsibilities towards the profession and society at local, national and international levels.

 

 

Program Educational Objectives- PEOs

PEO 1: The graduates of the mechanical engineering progamme will have adequate knowledge of science, mathematics and management field to suitably use it in practical problem studies and analysis to arrive at right solutions/decisions. 

PEO 2: The graduate of the mechanical engineering programme will have sound and in-depth knowledge and skill of core mechanical fields viz. Machine Design, Manufacturing Technology, Thermal Sciences (Basics & Applied), CAD/CAM, hydraulics and mechanics, Strength of Materials and Materials Science in particular and other associated fields of mechanical engineering in general. The graduates of mechanical engineering programme will have successful professional careers.

PEO 3: The graduates of mechanical engineering programme will acquire additional advanced and updated knowledge through modified curriculum by making use of technological facilities available in centre of excellence (Tifac-core) of the institute.

PEO 4: To promote institute and industry relations through regular interactions and by creating memorandum of understanding between the two. The graduates of mechanical engineering will be capable of demonstrating their management skills as leaders/members of a team in engineering assignments.

PEO 5: The graduates of mechanical engineering programme will continue to learn and to adapt in a world of constantly evolving technology. The graduate of mechanical engineering programme will be capable of continuing further higher studies at National and international level.


 

Program Outcomes- POs

PO 1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO 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.

PO 3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO 4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO 5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO 6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO 7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO 8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO 9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO 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.

PO 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.

PO 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

PSO 1: Research Skills: Use research based knowledge to conduct investigations, analysis and interpretation of the information from relevant literature to arrive at valid conclusions.

PSO 2: Analytical Skills: Identify, formulate and analyze complex engineering problems related to mechanical engineering domain.

PSO 3: Problem-Solving Skills: Apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve engineering problems in the broad area of thermal, design and production and simultaneously develop problem solving skills.

 

HOD: Mechanical Engineering

Name :

Prof. I P Sharma

Qualification :

M.E., Ph.D (Pur)

Experience/Achievements : Prof. I P Sharma is an engineering graduate from University of Roorkee (Now IIT Roorkee) and Master of Engineering in Mechanical from Poona University. He has very rich experience of 32 years in Education, R&D and Industry.With additional qualification in Aeronautical Engineering, he has been associated in the field of Aircraft Maintenance and Quality Assurance.He has teaching experience in various subjects of Aeronautical as well as mechanical engineering. He had worked at Tactical and Air Combat Development Establishment, Trade Examining Board of Indian Air force and Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (Deemed University), Girinagar, Pune, DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization). He is teaching at Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, Ghaziabad since July 2009 and presently designated as Head of Department, Mechanical Engineering and Dean Quality & Material.
Contact Details :

Deptt. of Mech. Engg., A.K.G. Engg. College, Ghaziabad

Email Id: ipsharma55@yahoo.co.in 

Mobile No. : 9650370337

Faculty at AKGEC fulfill multiple roles as educators, researchers and professionals having a broad range of backgrounds, scholarly interests and areas of expertise thereby bringing substantial achievement in professional practice and research into the classroom.

The multifaceted faculty continue to maintain and cultivate strong links with industry and academia alike. Besides high quality teaching, the faculty members are actively involved in basic and applied research through various R&D projects and consultancy.

ME Labs

The department is equipped with following lab and workshop facilities.

  • Workshop
  • Machine shop
  • Welding shop
  • Smithy & foundry shop
  • Carpentry shop
  • Fitting shop
  • Sheet metal shop
  • Elements of mechanical engineering lab
  • Computer Aided Engg. Graphics Lab.
  • Machine drawing lab
  • Machine design lab
  • Material Science & Testing Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Heat & Mass Transfer Lab
  • Measurement Metrology Lab
  • Theory of Machines Lab
  • CAD/CAM Lab
  • Automobile & IC Engines Lab
  • Hydraulic Machine Lab
  • RAC Lab
  • Basic Thermodynamics Lab
  • Applied Thermodynamics Lab

 

 

 

AKGEC faculties and students were involved in path-breaking research and development activities. AKGEC follows the key ethical principles that should underlie the research endeavor. Researchers here take on real time problems, think innovatively and bring in novel solutions, to advance knowledge and make meaningful contribution to the society. 

WORKSHOP

A group of 64 students of 8th semester from Mechanical Engineering  Department along with two faculty members Mr. Nirmal Garg and Mr.Dilip Kumar visited the NSIC Incubator, National Small Industries Corporation Limited, NSIC Bhavan, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi.

National Small Industries Corporation Limited (NSIC) is a PSU established by the Government of India in 1955. It is an ISO 9001-2008 certified Government of India Enterprise under Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). NSIC has been working to fulfill its mission of promoting, aiding & fostering the growth of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises.

The purpose of this Industrial visit was to introduce students with various services of MSME units to provide skilled & professional workforce by imparting training on industry oriented courses in the fields like Mechanical Workshop, Information Technology and Entrepreneurship Development in NSIC Incubator. The students were acquainted with the working of various semi automated machines used in various Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.

The NSIC Limited conducts one day Entrepreneurship Orientation Training Programme (EOP) to encourage the students who require appropriate guidance about entrepreneurship and problems faced to start a new business. It offers an insight into self employment opportunities and develops confidence to become self employed.

Mr. Munib Ikram, Dy. General Manager, NSIC, exposed the students to different technologies available in the NSIC Technical Services Centre and Incubator which gave the students an opportunity to understand the working projects and technologies so that they can venture for self employment. He also briefed the students about the various schemes that have been launched by the Government of India in recent times to encourage and support the existing and prospective entrepreneurs.

The students were apprised of the challenges faced in starting a new business and their solutions such as the revenue model of the business, deciding the profit margins, licensing of various business products, registration of the enterprise and many more. Students were also informed about various certification courses offered by NSIC which would be beneficial for an entrepreneur to set up his business.

This visit was very informative and enthusiastic experience for all the students to emerge as a successful entrepreneur in the near future.

1.          ACADEMIC MERIT AWARD – UNIVERSITY POSITION HOLDER

  

NAME OF STUDENT

B.TECH BRANCH

PASSOUT YEAR

POSITION

Ajay Singh

Mechanical Engineering

2010-14

I

Saurabh Vats

Mechanical Engineering

2010-14

II

Satyam Shukla

Mechanical Engineering

2007-11

I

Vinit Kumar Shukla

Mechanical Engineering

2007-11

II

Kumar Shubham

Mechanical Engineering

2000-04

I

Amit Srivastav

Mechanical Engineering

1999-03

I

Harish Kumar Kansal

Mechanical Engineering

1998-02

I

Amit Goyal

Mechanical Engineering

1998-02

III

 

 

 

2.  STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS IN ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

Photo

Name

Branch/Passout Year

Organization

Harshit Agarwal

ME/2014

He got all India 2nd rank in GATE 2014 exam. He also got 15th position in UPTU (ME Branch) in 2014 passout batch. He is presently working in IOCL.

Chahat Sharma

ME/ 2012

Selected in IES (Indian Engineering Services). Presently working in IOCL.

Aniket

ME/ 2012

Selected in IES (Indian Engineering Services). Presently working in NTPC.

Pavnesh Singh

ME / 2012

Assistant Commandant, ITB Police, New Delhi

Parigyan Singh

ME/ 2011

Selected in IES (Indian Engineering Services. Presently working in BHEL

 

 

 

 

3.           Outstanding performance in GATE

 

Name

Branch

Passout Batch

GATE Rank

Shivam Gupta

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

19

Akash Yadav

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

132

Arpit Verma

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

 341

Prafful Verma

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

 512

Bharat Sikka

Mechanical Engineering

2012-16

190

Mayur Sahu

Mechanical Engineering

2012-16

209

Akshay Kumar

Mechanical Engineering

2011-15

326

Deepak Kumar

Mechanical Engineering

2011-15

318

 

  

4.          M.Tech. from IITs/IISc/NITs/Reputed Govt. Colleges

Name of Student

B.Tech. Branch

Passout

Batch

Name of Institution

M.Tech.

Batch

Shivam Gupta

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

IISc, Bangalore

2017-19

Shalini Singh

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

IIT, Indore

2017-19

Shivam Gupta

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

IIT, Madras

2017-19

Joita Chakraborty

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology

2017-19

Manjari

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad

2017-19

Bharat Sikka

Mechanical Engineering

2012-16

IIT-Kanpur

2016-18

Shivkant Verma

Mechanical Engineering

2010-14

IIT - Roorkee

2016-18

 

 

 

5.          Outstanding performance in CAT

Name

Branch

Passout Batch

CAT %TILE

Bharat Tripathi

Mechanical Engineering

2012-16

98.27

Paritosh Srivastava

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

97.07

Yasho Vardhan Khemka

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

91.15

Ankit Asthana

Mechanical Engineering

2012-16

92.2

 

 

6.          MBA from IIMs/ISB/Reputed Govt. Colleges (Top 20 Colleges)

Name of Student

B.Tech. Branch

Passout Batch

Name of Institution

MBA Batch

Paritosh Srivastava

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

XLRI,  Jamshedpur

2017-19

Yasho Vardhan Khemka

Mechanical Engineering

2013-17

IMT, Ghaziabad

2017-19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.     Students in Defence Services

 

 Name of Student

B.Tech. Branch

Passout Batch

Organisation

Utkarsh Srivastava

ME

2012-16

Indian Army

Vikalp Sharma

ME

2009-13

Indian Air Force

Akshita Singh

ME

2009-13

Indian Navy

Sunny Singhal

ME

2008-12

Indian Army

Swati Shukla

ME

2008-12

Indian Air Force

Samveg is the Departmental Society of Mechanical Engineering.

A group of 64 students of 8th semester from Mechanical Engineering  Department along with two faculty members Mr. Nirmal Garg and Mr.Dilip Kumar visited the NSIC Incubator, National Small Industries Corporation Limited, NSIC Bhavan, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi.

The purpose of this Industrial visit was to introduce students with various services of MSME units to provide skilled & professional workforce by imparting training on industry oriented courses in the fields like Mechanical Workshop, Information Technology and Entrepreneurship Development in NSIC Incubator. The students were acquainted with the working of various semi automated machines used in various Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.

An Industrial visit was planned for mechanical 3rd year student on 22/03/2018 at AVON MOLDPLAST PVT.LTD. A batch of 50 student with two faculty member Dr. Kamal kumar Mittal and Mr. Nirmal Garg of ME department visited the firm.

PIEZO ENERGY TILES:

 

While the Nation is facing a great challenge to meet the requirement of electric power in various spheres of daily life due to multiplying growth of population, the students of Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College Ghaziabad have found the solution of growing teathing problem of electric power generation. The innovative idea conceptualized by these young engineers utilizes each step of growing population for generation of electric power. The growing population which was considered a cause for depletion will soon become a source of generation to meet the growing demand of electric power.

 

The students of B.Tech (Mechanical) of AKGEC have conceptualized, designed and fabricated an “Energy Tile” which produces electric power with each step on it. The “Energy Tile” has been functionally tested for its purpose and also demonstrated at Metro Bhawan for its wide spread use at various metro stations of DMRC. The “Energy Tile” will find its use at Airports, Shopping Malls. Hospitals, Bus Stands, concerts and at any place where frequent movements of crowding population takes place. The innovative efforts by the young engineers of AKGEC are an inspiring step towards Skill India & Make in India.

 

The project was appreciated by Shri Mangu Singh, Managing Director, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and Dr. P.C. Pant, Director (HRD), Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Govt. of India. The project has also been patented by Govt. of India on the names of Mr. Nripendra Singh and Mr. Prateek Kumar Sharma, Alumni of Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, Ghaziabad (Year 2015 Passout Batch).

 

Patent Application No.: 1034/DEL/2015 A,

Patent Publication Date: 14/10/2016

 

 

GO-KART-2015: The student members of the club have been instrumental in designing and fabrication of Go-kart by utilizing our college workshop/lab facilities, with different specifications given by various National and International organizations. During 26-30 March 2015, our SAE team participated in an International Go-kart competition organized at LPU, Jalandhar. 115 teams were shortlisted to participate in the event. Our team displayed a praiseworthy acumen and professionalism by securing a first runner up position in the competition. Our student who drove the Go-kart has been judged as the best driver. The team had earned a cash award of Rs. 60,000/- for first runner up prize and Rs. 5,000/- for best driver.

SUPRA-2015: The SAE team had participated in SUPRA-2015 contest which was held in Chennai from 15 Jul to 19 Jul 15. For this contest, the SAE team consisting of engineering students of B.Tech (ME) 2nd, 3rd & 4th year had designed and fabricated a four wheeled formula race car by making use of manufacturing facilities available in the workshop of the college. After qualifying virtual round, total 91 teams from various states of the country were shortlisted for the final contest. The AKGEC team earned ‘Dhronacharya Award’ of Rs. 25,000/- (Cash) and a Samsung Tab (Rs. 20,000/-). This award is given to best faculty advisor among all participating teams at National level. Mr. Amit Sharma, faculty of ME Deptt. of AKGEC has been judged as “Best Faculty Advisor” and recipient of “Dhronacharya Award” during the above National event (SUPRA-2015).

Department Archives