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Department of Mechanical Engineering

Department Of Mechanical Engineering

Vision

To Develop Competent engineers for benefit of mankind

Mission

To Develop Professionals by providing vibrant Academic environment.
To provide opportunity to deal with real life problems through industrial and societal interaction.

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From the HOD's Desk

To impart quality education to the students in order to develop competent engineers for the benefit of mankind is not the sole objective of our department. In addition to this, our venture is to transform our students into responsible, social and resourceful citizens of the country. Well-designed co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for the students at departmental and institutional level are requiredto achievethe above said objectives to the fullest extent.
In our department,we regularly carry out expert lectures by technocrats/industry personnel, social awareness programs, industry-institute interactions through MoUs, entrepreneurship development programs, industrial visits, soft skill training, technical skill development programs, workshops, conferences, seminars, short term industrial trainings, visits to orphanages etc.
We as a team possess a dream where students love to attend the lectures, participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities with positive intent on their own and where faculty members strives to stay for long hours in the college premises for carrying out their research, consultancy work and academic related activities.
To make this dream a reality the synergic effect is desired from all corners of the institute, not only that a congenial and healthy atmosphere is required for the faculty members and students as well.
…………………… and we are moving into it.

Dr. S. H. Sarje

Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Dr. Sarje Suhas Hamantrao

Professor & HOD
Ph. D.Mechanical Engineering

Dr. Joshi Sarang Prakashrao

Associate Professor
Ph. D. Operation Research

Dr. Mangesh Dadarao Shende

Associate Professor
Ph.D Mechanical Engineering

Dr. Kiran Shahapurkar

Associate Professor
Ph.D Mechanical Engineering

Dr. Sachin Lotan Borse

Professor
Ph. D. Mechanical Engineering

Er. Biradar Nagraj Sangappa

Associate Professor
ME Design, Ph.D(Pur.)

Er. Tamboli Sameer Alam

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Boli Rajendrakumar J

Assistant Professor
M.E. Production

Er. Ganiger Somashekhar Gurappa

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Design

Er. Gawai Ujwal Samadhan

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Wavale Sunil Dharmaraj

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. CAD/CAM

Er. Kadam Prakash Maruti

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Gunale Rahul Bhaskarrao

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. PLM

Er. Kulkarni Shardul Ramesh

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Kulkarni Gayatri Amit

Assistant Professor
M.E. Production

Er. Siddappa Patil

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. power plant

Er. Jathar Laxmikant Dattatray

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Vivekanand Navadagi

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Thermal

Er. Ajay Waychal

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Gorde Rajesh Shankarrao

Assistant Professor
M-Tech (Thermal and Fluids Engineering)

Er. Jadhav Sachin

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Khot Mahesh Ashok

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Kadlak Nikhil Arun

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. CAD/CAM

Er. Lohote Pravin Ganpat

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Katre Pankaj Ambadas

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Wankhede Ashish Ambadas

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Joshi Sagar Rajkumar

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Design

Er. Bandgar Mahadeo Sambhaji

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Mandore Shailendra Kachrulal

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Pachegaonkar Shehal Shashikant

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Kare Rohan Nandkumar

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Shaikh Ubaid Shaikh Hussain

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Mechanical(PLM)

Er. Palaskar Ravikiran Durgadas

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Mechanical(PLM)

Er. Gosavi Ganeshgir Dashrathgir

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Heat power

Er. Baviskar Abhijeet Chandrakant

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Chor Prafulla Mohan

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Todkari Trimbak Kashinath

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Hase Dinesh Ramnath

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Thermal

Er. Olekar Martand Shivaji

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Design

Er. Dhandar Pankaj Tejrao

Assistant Professor
M.Tech Metallurgy

Er. Suryavanshi Rahul Popat

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Darekar Vaibhav Sanjay

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Process Metallurgy

Er. Kumkale Prashant Kundlik

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Chougale Chetan Appasab

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Design

Er. Patil Subodh Baliram

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Industrial Engg.

Er. Pramodkumar Raga

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Thermal

Er. Patil Deepak Shahajirao

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Kale Dipak Rajendra

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Aerospace Structure

Er. Mane Pramod Muralidhar

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Thermal and Fluids

Er. Charles Edward

Assistant Professor
M. Tech Machine Design

Er. Dhanore Rahul Tikaram

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Heat power

Er. Ukirde Vikram Umakant

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Machine Design and Analysis

Er. Patil Nilesh Pandurang

Assistant Professor
M.E. Production

Er. Kalekar Amith Tarachand

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Nagargoje Ganesh Ananda

Assistant Professor
M.E. Heat power

Er. Chavan Vaman

Assistant Professor
M.E. Design

Er. Wargante Amar Ramrao

Assistant Professor
M. Tech. Design

Er. Barde Priyanka

Assistant Professor
M.E CAD CAM

Er. Jalinder A. Kute

Assistant Professor
ME Mech, Ph.D.Pursuing

About Laboratories

Events /Activity

Aptitude Training

Aptitude refers to the competency of a person to learn or acquire knowledge. Most of the jobs in the corporate world require employees to expand their skill set through additional training. As companies are ready to provide on the job training, they seek for candidates who have the competency to undergo the training. Every year placement season at college campuses, especially engineering colleges witnesses tremendous activity and excitement. It is the season of opportunity as well as anxiety for the candidates who compete for jobs which are offered by various companies. Invariably this is the first and the most important job for candidates who prepare hard to land up a job in their dream companies.
To understand the concepts, Mechanical department organized “Two week Aptitude Training” training which comprised a total 30 hours training schedule splits in two hours per day timing conducted by Mrs. Khushbu, Sai Vidya Academy, Pune.
More than 139 students attended these training Sessions. The student’s response was excellent and they were inspired by guest speech, their experiences and dedication towards their work.



Hands-On Workshop On Catia

Commonly referred to as 3D Product Lifecycle Management software suite, CATIA supports multiple stages of product development (CAx), including conceptualization, design (CAD), engineering (CAE) and manufacturing (CAM). CATIA facilitates collaborative engineering across disciplines around its 3DEXPERIENCE platform, including surfacing & shape design, electrical, fluid and electronic systems design, mechanical engineering and systems engineering.
Keeping this in view, Mechanical department conducted “Two week Hands on Training workshop on CATIA” for its Third Year students.
Training workshop on CATIA included basic knowledge of CATIA software, its use, functions, applications in various industries like Automobile industry Ship building, Industrial Equipment, Aerospace etc.



Automation Club Lecture Series

The merging of Automation and information is helping companies measure and manage productivity in new ways. Data available from the lot in manufacturing, for example, is improving decision making and machine performance. Club Automation is an innovative online Club Management solution that helps you streamline and automate a variety of both common and complex processes involved in producing well designed components. That is why it is important to every student to study subjects like microcontroller & Microprocessor, Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning when tracing their path toward success and growth. Keeping this in view, Mechanical department organized One Day Seminar on Introduction to Industrial Internet of Things for students of Mechanical Engineering Department under Automation club lecture series on 06th February 2019.
Various sessions were conducted by Dr. S. K. Bhatia, Dr. D. P. Gadekar, Prof. Shital Thokal and Prof. Ubaid Shaikh.




Career Opportunities in SAP

SAP stands for Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing. ERP is an enterprise resource planning software developed by the German company SAP SE. SAP ERP incorporates the key business functions of an organization. SAP software offers business a platform in the form of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software to manage their separate databases that run their company. It has since evolved to replace all company spreadsheets with a single user accounting package within the business management system of the firm.
To understand how different departments are involved in the whole business process, right from the ordering of the raw material – to manufacturing goods – to delivering final goods to the customer, Mechanical department organized Guest lecture on Career opportunities in SAP for students of Mechanical Engineering Department on 12th February 2019 to hunt career opportunities in this field.
Mr. Rajiv Kumar, Divisional General Manager,Of Times of India, Mumbai and Mrs. Manisha Devi, Zonal Business Manager of Times of India, Pune. were the chief guest.



Design & Development of F1 Racing Cars

Formula One car are the fastest regulated road-course racing cars in the world, owing to very high cornering speeds achieved through the generation of large amounts of aerodynamic down force. The word "formula" in the name refers to the set of rules to which all participants' cars must conform. A Formula One season consists of a series of races, known as grand Prix (French for 'grand prizes' or 'great prizes'), which take place worldwide on purpose-built circuits and on public roads.
To study the models, design, accessories, composite materials for frame work, Mechanical department organized “Guest lecture on Design and Development of Formula one racing cars” for students of Mechanical Engineering Department on 06th February 2019. Two sessions of one and half hour’s timing were conducted by Mr. Mayank Arora, Elite Techno Group, Pune known for vast experience in Design & Development of F1 racing cars. More than 310 students as well as faculty members Mechanical Engineering Department attended the lecture.



Advancement in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management 2019

Mechanical department organized National Conference on “Advancement in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management 2019” in Association with SPPU Pune” from 15th to 16th February 2019 to bridge the gap between researchers working at different institutions and in different part of countries.
Objective of the conference was to highlight the ever increasing and critical need to encourage innovative engineering solutions with potential for global reach awareness of research in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management.
The conference was sparked by the scholars, academicians, students from different places of India. There were more than 150 research papers received and 110 plus papers were selected for conference. The conference covered wide range of topics including the internal combustion engine, machining processes, heat and mass transfer, fuel, biomechanical analysis, aerodynamic analysis, thermal comfort, computational techniques, design and simulation, automotive transmission, optimization techniques, hybrid electric cars, engine vibration, heat exchangers, finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, vehicle dynamics, renewable energy, combustion, design, product development, advanced experimentation techniques to name but a few.
Dr. Sujit Pardeshi , Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, College of Engineering, Pune and BOS Chairman, Mechanical Engineering,
SPPU, Pune was the chief guest. Mr. Ravindra Vaidya, Director, Shree Ganesh Press-N-Coat Industries Private Limited, Aurangabad was the key note speaker. Mr. Kabir Gaikwad, Corporate Human Resources Manager,
Atlas Copco India Limited, Pune also graced the conference.







Need of Saving Petrol & Diesel?

Mechanical department organized Guest lecture on What is the need of saving petrol & Diesel? One and half hour’s interactive session for students of Mechanical Engineering Department under Energy club on 31st January 2019. More than 53 students as well as faculty members Mechanical Engineering Department were attending this guest lecture. The student’s response was excellent and they were inspired by chief guest’s speech and dedication towards their work. The theme behind the guest lecture was Fuel Conservation and Conservation of Natural Resources. Natural resources are very important for us. Coal and petroleum which are also called fossil fuels or non- renewable energy resources. One way of fuel conservation is to avoid their wastage. Mr. Santosh Nivendkar sir, General Manager, BPCL, Mumbai was the chief guest.



Piping Design and Career Opportunities



Session on Teachers ethics and responsibilities.

As most people think about their favorite teachers, "ethics" probably does not enter their minds.  Very few people would say, “I liked that teacher because she was ethical.”  But ethics is a critical element in teaching and plays an important role in a teacher’s personal and professional life.  A teacher’s ethical stance will govern how he or she instructs and assesses students.  Ethics also will play a role in how a teacher interacts with students, with colleagues, with administrators and with the community at large.  
Department of Mechanical Engineering organized Session on Teachers ethics and responsibilities on 29th December 2018.
DDr. Chandrakant Kulkarni graced the event and was the speaker as well. More than 55 faculties of Mechanical department attended this session. The faculty response was good and they motivated to demonstrate responsibility in their relationships with students, parents, guardians, colleagues, educational partners, other professionals, the environment and the public.




One Week Programme On Enrichment Of Teaching Learning Resources

One Week Programme on Enrichment of Teaching Learning Resources for faculties was organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on from 10th to 14th December 2018 to help participants to develop new teaching and learning approaches in line with the curriculum content and to expose the participants to various assessment methods that support the desirable learning outcomes. The main aim of this event is learning to read, developing reading as a habit, reading to learn and access information, and reading for pleasure and enrichment. More than 50 faculties of Mechanical department attended this event. The faculty response was excellent and they enjoyed their work and getting extra knowledge about their subjects after the end of program.



Energy, Automation & Software Club Formation

One often thinks what the future is going to look like with continuous exhaustion of natural resources on earth. In the times of ongoing power crisis and unavailability of even basic electricity supply to some of the inhabitants of our nation, the future looks anything but ‘Bright’. In the present scenario the electricity demand is rising all over the world, more so in developing countries. To bridge the gap of demand & supply of power, it is very much required to ensure a judicious practice for electricity consumption at domestic and commercial level. Considering the limited quantum of fossil fuels available, ‘Electricity Saved is Electricity Generated’ becomes the mantra for sustaining the growth & development.
The merging of Automation and information is helping companies measure and manage productivity in new ways. Data available from the lot in manufacturing, for example, is improving decision making and machine performance. Club Automation is an innovative online Club Management solution that helps you streamline and automate a variety of both common and complex processes involved in producing well designed components.
As per the industry requirements, many more Software’s are required to handle day to day problems and situations, in this software club student learn Auto CAD, CATIA, Creo, Ansys, Abaqus, Hypermesh etc. to fulfill the industry requirement we are forming a Software club to enhance the skill and knowledge of students regarding these softwares.
Mechanical Engineering Department forms 3 clubs i.e. Energy, Automation & Software to get knowledge about these things and fulfill Industrial requirement. More than 200 Students and 50 faculty members of Mechanical Engineering Department attended the Club formation event.





One Day Workshop On Subject Implementation For Tribology

Tribology society of India invites academic institutions to organize a conference once in every 2 years with the sole objective of providing a platform to academicians, researchers and practicing engineers to discuss the current trends in tribology practices. With a view on this, Department of Mechanical Engineering organized “One day workshop on subject Implementation for Tribology” for discussion related to subject units, syllabus, question paper marking scheme and evaluation, question bank preparation on Friday, 11th January 2019.
Tribology is the science and engineering of interacting surfaces in relative motion. It includes the study and application of the principles of friction, lubrication and wear. Tribology is highly interdisciplinary. It draws on many academic fields, including physics, chemistry, materials science, mathematics, biology and engineering.
Following were the guests:
1. Dr. S. H. Sarje (Subject Chairman)
2. Dr. S. H. Gawande (Professor, Pune)
3. Prof. Anantarama (Professor, Pune)




National Youth Day

National Youth Day is celebrated in all over the world on 12 January on the birthday of Swami Vivekananda. In 1984 the Government of India declared the day as the National Youth Day and since 1985 the event is celebrated in India every year. It was a great decision of Government of India taken in the year, 1984 to celebrate the birthday of great Swami Vivekananda i.e. 12 January as a National Youth Day every year.
On Swamiji’s 156th birth anniversary Department of Mechanical Engineering organizes motivational speech of Swami Budhananda Maharaj from Ramkrishna Math Pune to deliver Swami Vivekananda’s thoughts and his strengths, courage to live the life.
Swami Buddhanand Maharaj of Ramkrishna Math, Pune was the guest of the event. More than 300 Students as well as all faculty members were actively present in this session. The student response was excellent and they inspired by swamiji’s thoughts and ideas regarding life.




“Departmental Industry Advisory Board” meet AY2018-19 SEM-II

Interaction between institute and industry is now widely recognized as an essential requirement to train and develop the right kind of man power necessary to sustain and promote industrial and economical growth. Keeping this view in mind, Mechanical Engineering Department organized “Departmental Industry Advisory Board” meet to bridge the gap between Industries & Institute, to foster effective interaction between Industry and Institute to impart meaningful education and to promote industrial consultancy & entrepreneurship. These programs are based on standards and curricular frameworks that connect disciplines with big ideas, themes, and concepts, and are the product of careful field testing and refinement. More than 45 faculties of Mechanical department attended this DIAB Meet.
Mr. Prashanth Bekal Kote (Seco Tools India Pvt. Ltd.), Dr. Dinesh Thakur (Defense Institute Of Advanced Technology), Mr.Girish Gopalrao Umrajkar (Thyssen krupp System Engineering India Pvt Ltd) and Mr. Vivek Tiwari (PIAGGIO Vehicles Pvt. Ltd) graced the meet.







Guest Lecture on Career Guidance by IAS Officer

Mechanical Engineering Students Association (MESA) organized Guest Lecture on Career Guidance by IAS Officer for Mechanical Engineering students on Monday, 30th July 2018. Mr. Mayur Suryavanshi IAS Officer Gov. of India graced the event. More than 350 Students of TE and BE Mechanical Engineering attended this guest lecture. Through career guidance lecture, students will be able to put their complete dedication and commitment to pursue the expected career and will be in a position to get an edge over others. Career guidance will provide candidates an in-depth understanding about the educational requirements and training related to the career at hand.

Program on ROBO Making

Robotics is one of the most promising technologies that is going to find its place in almost all the applications of future. From industrial manufacturing and space exploration to driving your car and preparing food in your kitchen, all activities are going to be done by Robots. Robotics was never more important than today. Robots bring a lot of efficiency, accuracy and reliability at low costs, making them ideal for applications all over the world. Remote based robotics deals with robots that involve human-machine interaction where the robot can be controlled through our hand movements. Keeping this in view Mechanical Engineering Department had organized One Day workshop on Robo making to enhance knowledge about latest technology in robotics. By attending this workshop students will practically learn about the concepts behind the accelerometer sensor, working of a microcontrollers and their programming to build a robot that can be controlled via remote.

Robo Soccer Competition

A soccer robot is a specialized autonomous robot and mobile robot that is used to play variants of soccer. The main organized competitions are Robocup tournaments played each year. By attending this competition students will practically learn about the concepts behind the accelerometer sensor, working of a microcontrollers and their programming to run a robot that can be controlled via remote and move the competition. Learning Robotics also help students to develop much needed competencies like critical thinking, structural thinking, creativity and problem solving abilities which are hard to learn through conventional classroom sessions. Robotics help students to understand how science and technology is impacting the world through innovative implementation.

Industrial Visit at Baker Gauges

Mechanical Engineering Department organized Industrial visit for Third year students at Baker Gauges India PVT. LTD. Viman nagar, Pune. It was an industrial visit in which students saw various precision hand-held measuring instruments like micrometers, calipers, dial gauges and thread gauges. Students clear their views about the subject and feel the aware about actual instruments which were not available in college laboratories.

Student's Achievements

Aniket Mungase reseved two gold medal at National Integration camp-I organized by NCC held at Amritsar on 30/06/2017.
Rameshwar Nila,Chinmay Patil,Aakash Patil,Shubham Pangarkar Won second price in state level Project competition DIPEX 2018
Bankar Pratik won gold medal at 4Hapkido Boxing National Championship 2016 Organized by Hapkido Boxing  Raigad District Association on 16/1/2016
Jadhav Nitin is at Fourth position at Archery Competition in Pune District Sports Zone (Inter-Collegiate) organized by SPPU
Potdar Vaibhav Secured 1st Prize in Treasure Hunt Event organized by JSPM’s Group of Institute wagholi
Tejas Salve Secured 2nd Prize in Poster Making Event  organized by JSPM’s ICOER
Tejas Salve Secured 3rd Prize in Essay writing Event  organized by JSPM’s ICOER
Tejas Salve Secured 1st Prize in Tech Poster Making Event  organized by JSPM’s MESA ICOER

Sr. No Name of Student Event Details Organiser's Details Prize Date of event/Year
1 Mr. Aniket Mungase National Integration Camp-I organized by NCC held at Amritsar NCC Recived 2 gold Medals 2017
2 Mr.Bankar Pratik 4thHapkido Boxing National Championship 2016 Organized by Hapkido Boxing Raigad District Association Hapkido Boxing Raigad District Association Won Gold Medal 2016
3 Mr. SujayWagh WAKO INDIA National Kickboxing Championship2015 Kickboxing Association of Westbengal Silver Medal 2015
4 Mr. JadhavNitin Archery Competition in Pune District Sports Zone (Inter-Collegiate) organized by SPPU Fourth position SPPU 2015
5 Team Xelerate "Gokart Racing held at Marathalli Bangalore" "International Series of Karting (ISK)" "Best Fuel Economy Award" 2015
6 Xelerate Karting "Central Super karting Series at Ujjain" "Central Super karting Series" "Secured 4 th position out of 45 Teams all over India." 2016
7 Team Invictus "Gokart Racing held at Bangalore" "International Series of Karting (ISK)" "Secured 8th position out of 65 Teams all over India." 2017
8 Xelerate Karting "Gokart Racing held at Marathalli Bangalore" "International Series of Karting (ISK)" 5th Position in all India Ranking 2017
9 Mr.Vaibhav Kendre Chess-CRESTA 2K17 JSPM’s Wagholi Campus Ranked 1 2016-17
10 Mr. Akshay Bhika Gore GATE 2017 IITs and IISc Qualified with 54 Marks 2016-17
11 Mr. Jadhav Mahesh 60Kg Wristling championship Pune Wristling Gold Medal 2017

Student's Association

Mechanical Engineering Student Association(MESA)

Mechanical Engineering Student Association is a group, whose regular membership is comprised of students enrolled at mechanical department, as well as faculty, staff, or individuals from the community. However, only students can serve as officers or have a controlling interest in the Association.
The purpose of the student association is to give an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out extra curriculum activities. In addition, planning events that contribute to department spirit and community welfare the MESA is the voice of the student of department. It is important that they be given the opportunity to express their views on issues of concern to them in the department.
A few key advantages of promoting leadership through a student council for students are:
Team Building
This is one of the most essential skills that students learn by being a part of the student council. Being leaders of certain groups and societies, students learn to establish goals, delegate responsibility and give directions to their peers on executing tasks successfully.
Resource Utilization
Being in a Student Council, students learn innumerable skills including those of resource allocation and resource utilization. Utilization of resources is one of the key skills that, if learnt correctly, will help students lead a group efficiently. Such skills help them utilize the resources available to them in the best possible manner to achieve maximum results.
Prioritizing Tasks
Being in a position of leadership can teach students to take on multiple responsibilities. However, all tasks are not urgent or require immediate attention. Students must learn how to prioritize tasks according to their importance and need for immediate attention. To be able to prioritize, a person must have a clear vision and knowledge of their goals. This will enable them to effectively prioritize in terms of time, man power and resources required for each task.

Resume Building Seminar

Industrial Visits

Guest lecture

Induction Programme for DSE students

An induction process which clarifies for all students the relative responsibilities of teacher and student, which creates an atmosphere of open experimentation where all students can be open about what they see as barriers to their learning, and which begins the work of helping students to develop effective learning. Mechanical Engineering Department organized Induction Programme for second year students to welcome as well as to familiarize students in the new environment. One and half hour’s session included with welcome of Chief guest, all teachers, students, followed by saraswati poojan, students speeches, teachers thoughts, chief guests speech. More than 400 Students of Second year engineering and all faculty members of Mechanical Engineering attended this function.

Teacher’s Day Celebration

Teachers' Day is a special day for the appreciation of teachers, and may include celebrations to honor them for their special contributions in a particular field area, or the community in general. The idea of celebrating Teachers' Day took root in many countries during the 19th century; in most cases, they celebrate a local educator or an important milestone in education. This is the primary reason why countries celebrate this day on different dates, unlike many other International Days. Teachers are known to shape the mind of youth and impart knowledge without which no one can exist in this world. Teacher imparts good values in children and turns them into responsible citizens. As a result of this Mechanical Engineering Students Association organized Teachers Day Celebration to salute all the teachers of Mechanical Engineering Department.

Contact Us

Head Of Department Moodle Coordinator
Dr. S. H. Sarje
Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering
C102, ICOER, Wagholi, Pune.
head_mech@jspmicoer.edu.in
020-67335100(Ext. 229/226)
Prof. Ukirde Vikram Umakant
Assistant Professor
C205, ICOER, Wagholi, Pune.
vuukirde_mech@jspmicoer.edu.in
020-67335100
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Prof. Dinesh Hase
Assistant Professor
ICOER, Wagholi, Pune.
drhase_mech@jspmicoer.edu.in
Prof. Ujwal Gawai
Assistant Professor
C108, ICOER, Wagholi, Pune.
Ujwalgawai14@gmail.com
020-67335100

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