About Department

Conventional industries are going through a revolutionary phase of technological up-gradation by getting retrofitted into automation of processes to take advantage of higher production capacity and stay ahead in the competition. The manufacturing and maintenance of these new generation of intelligent and thinking machinery demand mechanical engineers trained in traditional ways but with skills required to design, develop, maintain and service these machines with knowledge in the area of computer-integrated manufacturing. In tune with the vision of the ACE Management to manufacture and provide engineered manpower who are ready for employment and capable of standing up to challenges at the cusp of technological revolutions, the Department of Mechanical engineering was established in the year 2009. The intake of students is 60.

Vision

To be a center of Excellence in Mechanical Engineering, to produce high quality Professionals and Entrepreneurs with Ethical values and Social concern to cater the needs of Society.

Mission

To create an excellent teaching- learning environment by providing a good quality technical education that imparts professional skills.
To prepare graduates by providing a comprehensive knowledge and experience in a state-of-art mechanical engineering education to become challenging, creative and innovative professionals in global environment.
To inculcate professional ethics, social concern and moral values through an excellent counseling and mentoring system

Salient Features

  • Prepare effective and responsible graduates for global requirements by providing quality education.
  • Constantly strive for improving pedagogical methods employed in delivering the academic programs
  • Emphasis on practice oriented learning
  • Students to acquire capabilities and competence to quickly assess and respond effectively to the needs of the industry and changing world.
  • Train the students to prepare themselves to work in the field of computer integrated manufacturing wherein these students will get a fair level of exposure to manufacturing automation and make them wilfully take up challenging career options in the disciplines of Aerospace, Agriculture, Automobile, Biomedical, Defence, Soft Computing, Materials Management and Supply Chains etc.
  • Well established laboratories with modern software like CAD, ProE(Inv.No:60022016), ANSYS(Inv.No: 44022016), MTAB (Inv.No:PER/MTOOL/057) , Image Analyser etc.
  • Faculty with high levels of dedication and commitment to mold the students into energized work force to reckon
  • In-house manufacturing of basic infrastructure needs of the college
    Innovative works taken-up by the department:
  • Many student teams are guided to design and manufacture eco-friendly, noise free and pollution free battery operated three wheelers
  • Successfully guided teams of students to design and manufacture eco-friendly, noise free and pollution free and cost effective solar energy operated three wheelers, an initiative towards clean and sustainable methods to develop machines.

Objective of the Mechanical Engineering Department is to prepare the manpower that is globally best. Most of the students, who graduate from the department, end up taking leading positions in industry, academia and government in both India and Abroad.

PEO.No. Program Educational Objectives
PEO1 To impart high quality technical skills and comprehensive knowledge in  Mechanical Engineering along with basic sciences,  applied mathematics and other disciplines.
PEO2 To apply modern scientific tools and cutting edge technologies for designing, modeling, analyzing the  real time  Mechanical and other allied Engineering problems
PEO3 To prepare the students for successful careers in Mechanical Engineering and to cater the needs of Stake holders by imparting social responsibility towards professional ethics, technical, economical and environmental related issues.
  PEO4 To inculcate entrepreneurial skills, leadership qualities, team spirit and lifelong learning to achieve career goals

Program Outcomes (POs):

PO1: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics.
PO3: 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.
PO4: 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.
PO5: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6: 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: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
PO10: 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: 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: 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 (PSO):

PSO1: Ability to apply the acquired Mechanical Engineering knowledge for the advancement of society and self.
PSO2: To promote and develop among the students an ambition of life-long learning and to apply them to professional ethics and codes of professional practices
PSO3: To work professionally in industries or as an entrepreneur by applying manufacturing and management practices.

Program Outcomes (POs):

Based on the Departments Educational objectives, students will achieve the following specific outcomes within a challenging and supportive environment.

PO1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering, knowledge of Fundamentals/Principles.

PO2. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

PO3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs in Electrical and Electronics Engineering within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability, Design and Modeling.

PO4. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data, Experimentation & Interpret/Engineering Analysis.

PO5. An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern Electrical and Electronics Engineering tools necessary for system design with embedded engineering practice.

PO6. 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. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

PO8. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

PO9. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.

PO10. An ability to communicate effectively.

PO11. 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. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

PROGRAME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSOl. To prepare the students to succeed in competitive examinations for higher education and employment.

PSO2. To prepare the students ready for industry usage by providing required training in cutting edge technologies.

  • 9 Class rooms with LCD Projectors
  • 3 Tutorial Rooms
  • 1 Mecazaya(Department Association)
  • 1 Department Library
  • 1 Seminar Hall
  • 13 Laboratories
  • 1 HP Server
  • 1 DELL Server
  • 34 Desktops (with latest configuration)
  •  UPS Details
  • 1 Delta 6kva 16 Batteries
S. No. Name of the laboratory Name of the Important equipment
1 CAD/CAM No. of Systems: 30
OS: Windows 7        Professional
AUTO CAD
PTC CREO
ANSYS
Mtab Xl Turning Machine
Mtab Xl Milling Machine
LCD Projector
2 Machine Tools Belt Driven Lathe.
Milling machine.
Radial drilling machine.
Shaping machine.
Slotting machine.
Surface grinding machine.
Power hacksaw
3 Mechanics Of Solids Universal Testing Machine.
Torsion Testing Machine .
Hardness Testing Machine .
Spring Testing Machine
Compression Tests On Cube.
Impact Testing Machine Punch Shear Test
4 Metallurgy and Material  science Tool Makers Microscope
Polishing stand
Double disc polishing machines
Jominy End Quench Tester And Rockwell Hardness Tester
Belt Grinder
Muffle furnace
5 Metrology Bevel Protractor
Sine bar set
Thread measurement setup
Gear tooth vernier calipers
Vernier calipers
Micrometer
Magnetic V block
Slip gauges
Internal Micrometer
6 Thermo-dynamics lab Cleveland’s flash & fire Point open cup apparatus
Carbon Residue test apparatus
Red Wood Viscometer-1
Saybolt Viscometer apparatus
Bomb Calorie Meter apparatus
Junkers Calorimeters
Grease Penetration Test
Red Wood Viscometer-2
Pensky martens apparatus
7 Thermal Engineering Lab Compressibility factor measurement setup
Two stroke engine cut section
Four stroke diesel engine cut section
Four stroke 1 cylinder diesel engine with Mechanical loading
Two stroke 1 cylinder petrol engine with electrical loading.
Multi stage reciprocating air compressor
Four stroke 1 cylinder VCR petrol engine with monitoring test
8 Instrumentation and Control systems Pressure Gauge Setup
Thermistor Setup
LVDT Trainer Setup
Strain Gauge Trainer  Setup
J,K Thermocouple Setup
Capacitive Transducer Setup
Photo And Magnetic Pickup Setup
Resistance Temperature Detector Setup
Rota meter Setup
Seismic Pickup Setup
Mc Leod Gauge Setup
9 FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES Impact Of Jets On Vanes apparatus,
Pelton Wheel Turbine
Francis Turbine
Kaplan Turbine
Single Stage Centrifugal Pump
Multi Stage Centrifugal Pump
Reciprocating Pump
Venturi meter
Orifice Meter
Friction Factor in  a  Given Pipe Line apparatus
Bernoulli’s Apparatus
10 Manufacturing Process lab Casting—- Cope and drag box with necessary tools
Blow molding machine with die
Injection molding machine with die
Spot welding machine
Arc welding setup
Brazing equipment
Permeability test apparatus
Plasma arc welding setup
Hydraulic press and fly press
Induction furnace
11 Kinematics & Dynamics Lab Motorized gyroscopic couple apparatus
Universal governor apparatus
Static and dynamic balancing analysis
Cam and follower apparatus
Whirling shaft apparatus
Journal bearing apparatus
Simple pendulum apparatus
Compound pendulum apparatus
12 HEAT TRANSFER Composite Wall Apparatus
Heat Transfer Through Lagged Pipe Apparatus
Heat Transferred Through A Concentric Sphere Apparatus
Thermal Conductivity Of Metal Rod
Heat Transfer in Pin Fin Apparatus
Transient Heat Conduction
Forced Convection Apparatus
Heat Transfer In Natural Convection Apparatus
Parallel And Counter Flow Heat Exchanger
Emissivity
Measurement Apparatus
Stephen Boltzmann Apparatus
 Critical Heat Flux Apparatus
Heat Pipe Demonstrator
 Film & Drop Condensation Apparatus
13 Engineering Work Shop Tin Smithy
Carpentry
House Wiring
Fitting
Black Smithy
Anvil 50 Kg
Swage Block
Surface Plate18″X18″
Open Hearth Furnace
Wood Turning Lathe
Arc Welding Machine

ME Infrastructure

S. No

Name of the Student

Event & Date

College Hosting

Award

1.       

V.VARUN KUMAR REDDY

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

NIL

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

2.       

A.HARSHAVARDHAN

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

NIL

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

3.       

N.CHRISTY

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

NIL

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

4.       

SAKET REDDY

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

NIL

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

5.       

Y.KARTHIK

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

NIL

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

6.       

G SAIKIRAN

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

NIL

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

7.       

G RAJESH

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

I Prize

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

8.       

P.SHIVA

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

II Prize

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

9.       

ANUP S

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

II Prize

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

10.   

A ABHISHEK

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

NIL

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

11.   

O VIKAS

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

I Prize

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

12.   

PAVAN REDDY

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

I Prize

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

13.   

S ARAVIND

ATMOS 2017

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus

I Prize

27-10-17 to 28-10-17

14.   

M KAVITHA REDDY

Basic Automobile, CAD Modeling, Engine Dismantling & assembling. 06.01.2017 to 08.01.2017

Aurora’s Technological & Research Institute, Bongir

NIL

15.   

S RAMYA REDDY

Basic Automobile, CAD Modeling, Engine Dismantling & assembling. 06.01.2017 to 08.01.2017

Aurora’s Technological & Research Institute, Bongir

NIL

Name of the Programme

MECH

Approved Intake 60
No. of Faculty Members 30

Cadre

Number

Professor 02
Assoc. Professor 06
Asst. Professor 22
Faculty Profile

Qualification

No. of Faculty

Ph.D 02
Ph.D (Pursuing) 02
Post Graduate 20
Lab Assistant 06
balarajumech
Name   Dr. G. Bala Raju
Designation Professor & HOD
Qualification Ph.D
Professional Exp. 15 Years
Research Interests Production Engineering
Registration Number 54150407-145020
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 gpradeep me
Name   Dr. P. Venkateswara Reddy
Designation Professor
Qualification Ph.D
Research Interests
Registration Number 4463-170912-151337
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Name   Mr. B. Veera Kumar  
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification M. Tech
Professional Exp. 29 Years
Research Interests Robotics
Registration Number 2217-150409-112209
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balarajumech
Name   Bhaskar M
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 9 Years
Research Interests Advanced Heat Transfer
Registration Number 3368-160209-122427
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 K Sasi Kiran
Name   Mr. K. Sasi Kiran
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech, PGD in Artificial Intelligence
Experience 05 Years
Research Interests AI, Data Science, RPA
Registration Number 3795-161228-102717
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Name   Malakondiah Gandham
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Research Interests
Registration Number 3367-150411-203609
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mulamahendar me
Name   Mr. M. Mahender
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 15 Years
Research Interests Production
Registration Number 8075-150421-103605
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cv
Name   Mr. C. Venkatesh
Designation AssociateProfessor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 11 Years
Research Interests Production
Registration Number 25150406-203300
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 Sandeep MECH
Name   Mr. M. Sandeep
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification M.Tech (Ph.D)
Experience 12 Years
Research Interests Machine Design
Registration Number 4448-150413-144017
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S.Rajitha
Name   Ms. S. Rajitha
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 8 Years
Research Interests Robotics
Registration Number 0588-150506-114857
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chraju
Name   Mr. Ch. Raju
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 5.9 Years
Research Interests IC Engines
Registration Number 1818-150411-140822
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knagendrame
Name   Mr. K. Nagendra
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Research Interests Automobile Engineering
Professional Exp. 5 Years
Registration Number 4384-161228-131504
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gsureshme
Name   Mr. G. Suresh
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 5 Years
Research Interests Thermal Engg, Turbo Machinery
Registration Number 8554-160310-115647
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Name   Mr. Avinash G Arya
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 5 Year
Research Interests Thermal Engineering
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ALAPATIBHARGAV
Name   Mr. Alapati Bhargav 
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 7 Years
Research Interests Automobile
Registration Number 4716-150411-101112
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Deepak gn
Name   Mr. Deepak G N
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 6 Years
Research Interests Thermal Power
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abinay mech
Name   Mr. A. Abinay
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 5.5 Years
Research Interests IC Engines
Registration Number 4588-150409-105834
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shalini mech
Name   Ms. V. Shalini
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Experience 4 Years
Research Interests Thermal Power
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chitanyame
Name   Mr. B. Chaitanya
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Experience 5 Years
Research Interests Machine Design
Registration Number 3785-160226-055244
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 Rehaman mech
Name Mr. MD. Habeeb Ur Rahman
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Experience 5 Years
Research Interests ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING, NANOCOATINGS & TRIBOLOGY
Registration Number 3232-160305-142622
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 Shashankreddy me
Name   Mr. A Shashank Reddy
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Experience 3.5 Years
Research Interests Machine Design
Registration Number 4065-170202-102408
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 achyuth me
Name   Mr. Achyuth Bure
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Research Interests Machine Design
Registration Number 4202-170130-004809
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 gpradeep me
Name   Mr. G. Pradeep Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Experience 3.5 Years
Research Interests Machine Design
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 gpradeep me
Name   Ms. Mounika Ragamshetty
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech (Ph.D)
Experience 5.10 Years
Research Interests 1. Optimization of Parameters of Composite Helical Gear Transmission Systems.
2. Optimization with Composite Materials
Registration Number 5762-170912-105306
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Name   Mr. Gautre Babu Rao Devanand
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Research Interests
Registration Number 8918-201107-152210
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Name   Mr. Hajarath Vali Shaik
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Research Interests
Registration Number 8457-201107-163721
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Name   Mr. Madhushekar Vagula
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Research Interests
Registration Number 6638-160101-124221
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Name   Mr. Mohammad Fasiullah Khan
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Research Interests
Registration Number 1346-150414-214701
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Name   Mr. U V Maheshwara Rao Karna
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Research Interests
Registration Number 8200-150411-120406
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Sponsored Research/Consultancy

Year Names of the Faculty Project title Project type research/consultancy Funding agency Amount Duration
2015-2016 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Mr. G Bhaskar
3. Mr. C. Venkatesh
4. Mrs. P. Shilpa
1.   Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2.   Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3.   Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE Engineering Academy 3,00,000/- 6 MONTHS
2016-2017 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Mr. C. Venkatesh
3. Mr. M Nitin Kumar
4. Mr. G N Deepak
5. Mr. H. Manoj
1.   Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2.   Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3.   Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE Engineering Academy 3,00,000/- 6 MONTHS
2017-2018 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Mr. C. Venkatesh
1.   Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2.   Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3.   Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE
Engineering Academy
4,50,000/- 6 MONTHS
2018-2019 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Dr. Pamulapati Venkateswara Reddy
1. Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2. Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3. Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE Engineering Academy 4,50,000/- 6 MONTHS
2019-2020 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Dr. Pamulapati Venkateswara Reddy
3. Mr M Bhaskar
1. Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2  Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3  Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE Engineering Academy 5,00,000/- 6 MONTHS

Sponsored Research/Consultancy

Year Names of the Faculty Project title Project type research/consultancy Funding agency Amount Duration
2015-2016 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Mr. G Bhaskar
3. Mr. C. Venkatesh
4. Mrs. P. Shilpa
1.   Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2.   Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3.   Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE Engineering Academy 3,00,000/- 6 MONTHS
2016-2017 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Mr. C. Venkatesh
3. Mr. M Nitin Kumar
4. Mr. G N Deepak
5. Mr. H. Manoj
1.   Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2.   Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3.   Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE Engineering Academy 3,00,000/- 6 MONTHS
2017-2018 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Mr. C. Venkatesh
1.   Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2.   Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3.   Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE
Engineering Academy
4,50,000/- 6 MONTHS
2018-2019 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Dr. Pamulapati Venkateswara Reddy
1. Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2. Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3. Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE Engineering Academy 4,50,000/- 6 MONTHS
2019-2020 1. Dr. G. Bala Raju
2. Dr. Pamulapati Venkateswara Reddy
3. Mr M Bhaskar
1. Preparation of Mechanical Engineering subject GATE & IES Material.
2  Mock GATE Question paper preparation.
3  Answer scripts evaluation.
Consultancy ACE Engineering Academy 5,00,000/- 6 MONTHS
Name Hall Ticket Number Batch
S SHIVA KUMAR GOUD 17AG5A0321 2016-2020
JINCE JOSEPH 15AG1A0372 2015-2019
G SASHANK 14AG1A0393 2014-2018
CHINTHOJU KARTHIK KUMAR 13AG1A0325 2013-2017
SHUBHAM ARVIND TUPKAR 11AG1A0352 2011-2015


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KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

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THERMAL ENGINEERING - I

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

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DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY

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INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONICS

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MACHINE DRAWING

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MANUFACTURING PROCESS

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MATHAMATICS - II

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PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

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III YEAR I SEM

Subjects

March 2021 (R18)

Oct 2020 (R16)

Dec 2019 (R16)

May 2018 (R15)

May 2018 (R13)

Nov & Dec 2018 (R16)

Dec 2017 (R15)

Dec 2016 (R13)

March 2016 (R13)

Dec 2015 (R13)

DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS - I

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INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONICS

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METROLOGY AND MACHINE TOOLS

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NON-CONVENTIONAL POWER GENERATION

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THERMAL ENGINEERING - II

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

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DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY

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FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT FOR ENGINEERS

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METROLOGY AND MACHINE TOOLS

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OPERATIONS RESEARCH

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THERMAL ENGINEERING - I

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ENGINEERING METROLOGY

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MACHINE TOOLS

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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

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III YEAR II SEM

Subjects

Nov & Dec 2020 (R16)

May 2019 (R16)

April 2018 (R15)

April 2018 (R13)

May 2017 (R13)

May 2016 (R13)

DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS 

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HEAT TRANSFER

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IC ENGINES AND GAS TURBINES

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INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONICS

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REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING

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THERMAL ENGINEERING -II

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DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS - II

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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

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DISASTER MANAGEMENT

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FINITE ELEMENT METHODS

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HUMAN VALUES AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

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AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

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INTELECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

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IV YEAR I SEM

Subjects

March 2021 (R16)

Oct&

Nov 2020 (R16)

Dec 2019 (R16)

April 2018 (R13)

Nov&

Dec

2018 (R15)

Nov & Dec 2017 (R13)

Nov 2016 (R13)

INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

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POWER PLANT ENGINEERING

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ROBOTICS

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ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

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CAD AND CAM

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OPERATION RESEARCH

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UNCONVENTIONAL MACHINING PROCESSES

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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

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IV YEAR II SEM

Subjects

July 2021 (R16)

Sept

2020 (R16)

Dec 2020 (R16)

May 2019 (R15)

July

2019 (R15)

April 2018 (R13)

May 2017 (R13)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISES

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OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN ENGINEERING

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

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PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL

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RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

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UNCONVENTIONAL MACHINING PROCESSES

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AUTOMATION IN MANUFACTURING

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ENTREPRENEUR RESOURCE PLANNING

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RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES[MECH]

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AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

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TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT

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PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL (CE,ME,PTM)

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PLANT LAYOUT AND MATERIAL HANDLING

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RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES[ME,AME]

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