Mechanical Engineering – Prestige Engineering College Indore

Activities And Achievements Of Students

Date: 20 June 2020 Time: 1:00 PM to 02:00 PM Convener: Prof. Dharmesh Barodiya Coordinator: Mr Chinmay Saraf No. of Participants: 116 About the Speakers' Dr Sudeep Joshi is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Mechanical engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey, USA. Dr Joshi has an excellent academic career, he has pursued his PhD, form IISC Banglore and secured 1st rank in his BE. He has a patent for "Bonic leaves" and published more than eighteen research papers on topics ranging from bionics, piezoelectricity and nono technology. Objective of Program The objective of the webinar are as follows: • To introduce students and faculties of PIEMR with an introduction to Nanotechnology and its application in engineering. • To assist students in building a career in research and methodology with which they can do so • To improve understanding with regard to recent trends in research in fields on nanotechnology and 3D printing of bionics. Outcomes of Program The outcomes of the program are as follows: • Participants improved there knowledge and understanding regarding the basic terminologies in nanotechnology such as nono scale and materials that are used in nono engineering. • Participants understood the significance of study and understanding of all the disciplines of engineering as they are integrated with regard to recent trends of research • Participants also came to know about 3D printing of bionics such as nose, ears and heart and the technology that is used to in it. • The speaker also shared his research of bionic mushrooms that were developed with the help of knowledge of biology, electronics, mechanical and manufacturing disciplines. • The speaker also guided students with regard to a career in research by providing them knowledge of exams that they can apply for. • The speaker also improved the understanding of participants for future of nanomaterials such as graphene and zinc oxide. • Participants also came to know about the transformation in the field of engineering and senors with the help of research of speaker on the topic of crash sensors • The speaker explained how the response time can be decreased to half with the use of nanomaterials in crash sensors • During the question-answer session, the speaker guided the audience with an application of nono technology in the agriculture sector • In addition to this, the speaker also guided the audience to improve student's learning effectiveness with regard to nanotechnology and its application in research.
Date: 07 June 2020 Time: 4:30 PM to 06:30 PM Convener: Prof. Dharmesh Barodiya Coordinator: Prof. Monil Jain About the Speakers Er. Rajkumar Singh Rathod is an engineer at Tata Mot Pvt. Ltd. and also an alumnus of PIEMR. He has experience in building the Baja vehicle and also trained various engineers at Tata Motors for technical skills. Er. Washishta Tarlekar is a research and development engineer at Migma Tecktron. He is also an alumnus of PIEMR and pursued his masters in automobile engineering. He has industrial experience in designing and building automobiles. Objective of Programm The objective of the webinar are as follows:
    • To improve understanding in students related to SAE BAJA events and various aspects related to it.
 
    • To build understanding related to teamwork and internal communication for the new SAE BAJA team in the college
 
    • To share knowledge for improvement from the old team and implement the changes in creating the new SAE BAJA vehicle
 
  • To develop technical knowledge and understanding of team building and leadership
Outcomes of Programm The outcomes of the program are as follows:
    • Participants improved there knowledge and understanding of automobile engineering and vehicle building.
    • Participants came to know about purchasing mechanical components and the best method to do it.
    • Participants also came to know about teamwork and leadership and its significance in building a good vehicle.
    • Experts shared the mistakes that the team need to avoid in order to build the vehicle in the required time.
    • Experts also shared the importance of part selection and other variables in developing good vehic
    • Participants also came to know about the significance of simulation and how to implement simulation in the vehicle building.
    • Participants came to know about the advantages of joining BAJA SAE as a member.
    • The expert shared the importance of internal and external communication for success in the event.
  • Experts also resolved the questions of students with regard to event and how to manage challenges.
No of Participants (Outside/Inside) The details of the participants of the event are as follows:
Total Inside Participants ( Participants from PIEMR, Indore) Outside Participants
67760
  Profile of Participants and the number of faculty participants 
Sno Profile Number of Participants
1Leadership Persons02
2Industry Persons04
3Faculties05
4Research Scholar02
6Students54
Total67
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Prestige Institute of Engineering & Management Research Indore

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Solid Edge Workshop 2019

2nd Dec 2019 to 6th Dec 2019 Date: 03 June 2020 Time: 11:30 AM to 01:00 PM Convener: Prof. Dharmesh Barodiya Coordinator: Mr Chinmay Saraf About the Speakers Er. Pramod Dafaria is head of Aarel Industries, Senior President of Association of Industries and Secretary of Lions Club, Indore. He has vast experience in industry management and also very active in social work. He has been working as President of Association of industries since 2019. Dr Davish Jain is Managing Director, Prestige Group of Industries. He is a leader in Agriculture business and professional education. Dr Davish Jain has also served as a Chairman for COOIT ( Central Organisation for Oil Industry and Trade) and has received two awards titled "Man with a Vision and Mission" and "World Greatest Leader". Key Event at the Webinar  After the webinar, Dr Davish Jain, Managing Director, Prestige Group of Industries announced a scholarship amount of Rs 1,00,000 for development of Innovative product by Faculty or student of Prestige Group. This scholarship will help to promote entrepreneurship and also enhance the spirit for innovative development. Objective of Programm The objective of the webinar on industry-institute interaction are as follows:
    • To understand the impact of Lockdown due to Corona Virus pandemic on industries.
 
    • To understand the economic impact of lockdown on Indian and MP Industries and methods of prevention of negative impact.
 
    • To view the expectation of industries with faculties and the technical institution of MP.
 
    • To provide the methods with which students and faculties can contribute towards the growth of industries and economy.
 
  • To develop effective communication in between PIEMR and AIMP for the overall development of all organization.
Outcomes of Programm The outcomes of the program are as follows:
    • Participants became aware of long term and short term impact Corna Virus and lockdown on Indian economy
    • Participants also came to know the future opportunities in industries after Corona Virus pandemic
    • Participants became aware of the increase of significance of health sector post coronavirus time
    • Speakers also encouraged students and faculties for entrepreneurship as business opportunities are likely to grow
    • Speakers also encouraged students to make groups and solve industry-related problems as this will be a win-win situation for both industries and students.
    • In response to the question regarding price competition with China, Speaker explained the point with the difference in the form of government.
    • During the interaction, Speaker also encouraged students to frequently visit industries to improve knowledge and skills
    • Speakers also explained the role of AIMP in interacting industries and overall improvement of the country.
    • One the key point that speaker told to the students was to identify a specific industry and work on projects related to that industry.
  • The event resulted in an improvement in understanding of the economical impact and post COVID-19 development.
No of Participants (Outside/Inside) The details of the participants of the event are as follows:
Total Inside Participants ( Participants from PIEMR, Indore) Outside Participants
589 (Through Google Form and Zoom)55930
2000 (Through Facebook Live) (Approx)NANA
Total: 2589
  Profile of Participants and the number of faculty participants 
Sno Profile Number of Participants
1Leadership Persons06
2Industry Persons16
3Faculties107
4Research Scholar12
5Misleanous31
6Students2417
Total (Through Facebook Live and Zoom Meeting ) (Appox)2589
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One day awareness program on “GATE, ESE and IES”

Prestige Institute of Engineering Management & Research, Indore

One day awareness program on “GATE, ESE and IES”

About the program:

The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an examination that primarily tests the comprehensive understanding of various undergraduate subjects in engineering and science. The GATE score of a candidate reflects the relative performance level of a candidate. The score is used for admissions to various post-graduate education programs (e.g. Master of Engineering, Master of Technology, Doctor of Philosophy) in Indian higher education institutes, with financial assistance provided by MHRD and other government agencies. Recently, GATE scores are also being used by several Indian public sector undertakings.

Indian Engineering Services (ESE/IES) remains the most sought-after career for the engineering graduates in India. Engineering Services Examination commonly known as ESE is conducted annually by UPSC to recruit engineers of four domains i.e. Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics & Telecommunications for the Techno –Managerial posts. The examination constitutes a two-stage written examination followed by an interview. ESE is considered as one of the toughest examinations in India due to fewer posts and high competition. Owing to highly competitive selection procedure, IES officers carry high respect and status and are mandated to manage and execute activities in diverse technical and managerial fields.

These candidates after the final selection are posted in various Ministries and Departments of GOI such as Railways, Telecom, Border Roads, CPWD, CWC, CPES, NHAI, Naval Armaments, IDSE, MES, Ordnance Factories etc., however, they can move to any cadre, organization, agency, department, ministry or PSU of the Government of India. All these final selected candidates are designated as class-1 officers.

Date and Venue:

The training-workshop took place on 8 March 2019 at Prestige Institute of Engineering Management and Research. The team are the 5 faculties from IES5 academy delivered different aspects of GATE, ESE and IES .

Training Team

« Mr. Aditya Gupta (Director, ESE AIR 05, IES5 Academy)

« Mr. Amit Sudarshan (ESE AIR 21, IES5 Academy)

« Mr. Deepak Pathak (GATE AIR 92, IES5 Academy)

«Mr. Rajendra Singh (FacultyMathematics)

« Ms. Neha Khandelwal (IES5 Coordinator )

The training workshop was attended by all year students of Mechanical Engineering and Total 100 students participated in this awareness program from Engineering. We were convinced that GATE, ESE and IES is necessary for every mechanical engineer, because to peruse the career in mechanical stream Govt. sector as well as private organizations knowledge is very important matter of fact. We believe this awareness program will be very useful to every engineering student in respect to the knowledge point of view and industrial point of view. The program was ended with vote of thanks by Prof. Dharmesh Barodiya, HOD, Mechanical, PIEMR, Indore.

Outcomes of the awareness program:

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Program Coordinator

Prof. Dharmesh Barodiya, HOD, Mechanical

Prof.Uma Shankar Prasad,A.P Mechanical

Prof. Ulhas Brochare

Prof. Sourabh Tiwari

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Date and Venue The training-workshop took place on 23-24 March 2018 at Prestige Institute of Engineering Management and Research CAD/CAM/CAE Lab. The training team are the 2 faculties of Mechanical Engineering and 3 Student co-ordinators.

Training Team
  • Mr. Dharmesh Barodiya (HOD of Mechanical Department)
  • Mr. Harshvardhan Pandey (Asst. Prof. in Mechanical Department)
Students co-ordinators
  • Kunal Sharma
  • Shrayas Pandey
  • TejasChouhan
The training-workshop was attended by first year students from CE (19), EE (20) and ME (33) Total 72 students.We were convinced that AutoCAD is a necessary tool for every engineer, because engineers traditionally communicate their ideas through drawings. And as a matter of fact, it would be very difficult to fabricate anything functional without accurate working drawings. We believe this workshop will be very useful to every engineering student in respect to the subject point of view and industrial point of view. Outcomes of the Training-Workshop Because of Hands on practice students able to use basics commands used in AutoCAD like Draw, annotate, edit and plot drawings and features. Apply basic AutoCAD skills to intermediate AutoCAD course and other design using 3D methods. Final drawing may be used to assess outcomes. c1

Date and Venue The training-workshop took place on 27.02.2018 - 28.02.2018 at Prestige Institute of Engineering Management and Research. Venue Mechanical Engineering Workshop. Training Team

  • Mr. Aditya Muyade
  • Mr. Mohit Gehlot
Name of Coordinator:
  • Mr. Dharmesh Barodiya.
  • Mr. Akhilesh Chourey.
Participants: BE/Diploma: Mech. 2nd year, 3rd year, and 4th year Students Outcomes of the Workshop: This Workshop is designed to provide mechanical engineering undergraduates with understanding of assembly and disassembly of different car engine like Maruti Suzuki, Alto, Hyundai and Tata. Also it helps to understand the different parts of the engine. c3

Prestige Institute of Engineering & Management Research Indore

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Solid Edge Workshop 2019

2nd Dec 2019 to 6th Dec 2019 The training-workshop took place on 2nd Dec 2019 to 6th Dec 2019 at Prestige Institute of Engineering Management and Research CAD/CAM/CAE Lab. The training team are 3 faculties of Mechanical Engineering. Training Team
  • Mr. Shaheen Beg Mughal
  • Mr. Karan Khatke
  • Mr. Chinmay Saraf
The training-workshop was attended by Second year students from ME 47 students. We were convinced that Solid Edge is a necessary tool for every engineer, because engineers traditionally communicate their ideas through drawings. And as a matter of fact, it would be very difficult to fabricate anything functional without accurate working drawings. We believe this workshop will be very useful to every engineering student in respect to the subject point of view and industrial point of view. Outcomes of the Training-Workshop
  • The classic method (with history) has been applied for more than 25 years in the field of aided design and therefore has created stronger dependent relations among its users, who because of habit, prefer to apply a very well-known method rather than to test and then apply a superior method as the synchronous one.
  • In classical method characterized by parent-child relationships that determine the sequential reconstruction of the model with every change of the parent is very much like the instruction lines chronologically ordered within any program.
  • Both methods have strengths but also weaknesses, which is why it is recommended to be used with the aim of creating as robust models as possible. ST10 Solid Edge allows switching from one working mode to another whenever the user wants to.
  • The synchronous method has several extremely powerful tools such as: PMI 3D Dimensions, Steering Wheel editing interface, Face Relations and Design Intent, which have no correspondence with the history based method.
  • The synchronous methods involve working with regions and require greater computing power from the hardware.
 

Solid Edge Workshop 2019

Prestige Institute of Engineering & Management Research Indore

Mechanical Engineering Department

22nd May 2019 to 7th June 2019 The training-workshop took place on 22nd May 2019 to 7th June 2019 at Prestige Institute of Engineering Management and Research CAD/CAM/CAELab. The training team are 3 faculties of Mechanical Engineering. Training Team
  • Mr. Dharmesh Barodiya (HOD of Mechanical Department)
  • Mr. Shaheen Beg Mughal (Asst. Prof. in Mechanical Department)
  • Mr. Karan Khatke(Asst. Prof. in Mechanical Department)
The training-workshop was attended by first year students from ME 48 students. We were convinced that Solid Edge is a necessary tool for every engineer, because engineers traditionally communicate their ideas through drawings. And as a matter of fact, it would be very difficult to fabricate anything functional without accurate working drawings. We believe this workshop will be very useful to every engineering student in respect to the subject point of view and industrial point of view. Outcomes of the Training-Workshop
  • The classic method (with history) has been applied for more than 25 years in the field of aided design and therefore has created stronger dependent relations among its users, who because of habit, prefer to apply a very well-known method rather than to test and then apply a superior method as the synchronous one.
  • In classical method characterized by parent-child relationships that determine the sequential reconstruction of the model with every change of the parent is very much like the instruction lines chronologically ordered within any program.
  • Both methods have strengths but also weaknesses, which is why it is recommended to be used with the aim of creating as robust models as possible. ST10 Solid Edge allows switching from one working mode to another whenever the user wants to.
  • The synchronous method has several extremely powerful tools such as: PMI 3D Dimensions, Steering Wheel editing interface, Face Relations and Design Intent, which have no correspondence with the history based method.
  • The synchronous methods involve working with regions and require greater computing power from the hardware.
 

Prestige Institute of Engineering & Management Research Indore

 Department of Mechanical Engineering

Workshop on Ansys/NX and its application on CNC Machine 2019

  11th Dec 2019 to 14th Dec 2019 The training-workshop took place on 11th Dec 2019 to 14th Dec 2019 at Prestige Institute of Engineering Management and Research, Central Lab, under the guidance of Director Sir and Prof. Dharmesh Badoriya ( HOD, Mechanical) . The training team are 3 faculties of Mechanical Engineering. Training Team
  • Dr. Yogesh Panday
  • Mr. Shaheen Beg Mughal
  • Mr. Karan Khatke
  • Mr. Chinmay Saraf
  • Mr. Shreyash Pande
  • Mr. Pankaj Kumawat
The training-workshop was attended by third year students, total number of students were 43. The curriculum of the workshop was designed to develop understanding with regard to analysis software Ansys, development of M-Code and G-Code using NX CAM Version and study of CNC machine. Additionally prices were given at last of workshop based upon overall performance of students during the workshop. Outcomes of the Training-Workshop
  • Students learned to import CAD models form various software to Ansys. They also learned various types of CAD formats and their significance in engineering application.
  • Students learned about the working environment available in Ansys and how to open, modify and work on various working environment.
  • Different problems for beam analysis on structural analysis platform of Ansys was conducted by the students. In addition to they also learned about difference in classical problem solving and problem solving using FEM approach.
  • Sumit Sharma, Director of IICAE (Indore Institute of Computer Aided Engineering) gave an overview to the students about significance of CAE in mechanical engineering, crash analysis and design methodology.
  • Introduction to modelling on Ansys was also taught to students during the training program. Students learned to sketch, extrude and modify the models using Ansys.
  • Students were also introduced with interface of NX and methodology preparing CNC codes using NX CAM.
  • Introduction to CNC machine, G Code, M Code and programming on CNC machine was taught during workshop. Students worked on designing the job, preparing their G Code and M Code and running the programme on CNC machine with help of different machining operations.