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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Department of Mechanical Engineering

VISION
STATEMENT
Mechanical Engineering
Department Strive to Transform
the Students Technically
Educated,
(Diligent)Broadly
Knowledged and Competent

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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

MISSION
Create an Environment as a Center of Learning.
Train the Staff to Ensure the Student get an
Excellent Education at par with Latest Technology.
Provide an Effective Means of Learning, Advance
Knowledge, and Facilitates Personal Commitment
to the Educational Success of Students
Preparing the Students for a Productive Careers
Globally.
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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Inspire Hope and Contribute to Society by
Providing the Best Practices.
Prepares the Students for Research and
Advanced Problem Solving Technique Needed
to Address Complex Mechanical Engineering
Problems
Educate Students to become Highly Successful
Alumni who Contribute to the Profession in the
Global Society
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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Criteria
No.

Criteria

Mark /
Weightage

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Program Level Criteria


Vision, Mission and Program Educational Objectives
Program Curriculum and Teaching Learning Processes
Course Outcomes and Program Outcomes
Students Performance
Faculty Information and Contributions
Facilities and Technical Support
Continuous Improvement

50
100
175
100
200
80
75

8
9
10

Institute Level Criteria


First Year Academics
Student Support Systems
Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources

50
50
120

Total
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1000

BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVIES


(PEOs)
By the End of Four Years, Majority of our Students
would have Completed Under Graduate Program,
Advancing in Leadership Carrier in Industry, R & D
Establishment, Government/Public Sector, or Pursuing
Higher Education or Entrepreneurial ventures.
Students of Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) in
Mechanical Engineering at Bangalore Institute of
Technology has the following Program Educational
Objectives (PEOs)
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Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVIES


(PEOs)
The Educational Objectives
Mechanical Engineering are:

of

UG

Program

in

MEPEO1: To prepare the students for Successful


professional careers with strong fundamental knowledge
in Science, Mathematics, English and Engineering
Sciences so as to enable them to analyze the Mechanical
Engineering related problems leading to leadership,
entrepreneurship or pursuing higher education
(Preparation).
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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVIES


(PEOs)
MEPEO2: To develop ability among the students for
acquiring technical knowledge in specialized areas of
Mechanical Engineering such as Materials, Design,
Manufacturing and Thermal Engineering with a focus
on research and innovation and gaining the technical
skills in classical software packages (Core competence
and professionalism).
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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVIES


(PEOs)
MEPEO3: To provide opportunities for the students to
work with multidiscipline field of engineering so as to
enlarge the ability among the students to understand
the different industrial environments (Breadth).
MEPEO4: To promote the students for continuous
learning, research and development with strong
professional, moral and ethical values and zeal for lifelong learning. (Learning environment)
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Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [PO`s]


Students after successful completion of the course
Engineering Graduates will be able to:
PO1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply basic knowledge
of science, mathematics and engineering fundamentals
in the field of Mechanical Engineering to the solution
of complex engineering problems
PO2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review
research literature and analyze complex mechanical
engineering problems by using basics principles of
science,
mathematics and engineering for reaching
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substantiated conclusions.

BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [PO`s]


PO3. Design/Development of Solutions: Design solution
for complex mechanical engineering problems and
design system components or processes that meet
specified needs with appropriate consideration for the
public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and
environmental considerations.

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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [PO`s]


PO4. Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems:
Design and conduct experiments using research-based
knowledge and methods including design of
experiments, analyze, interpret the data, and synthesis
of the information to provide the results with valid
conclusion.

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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [PO`s]


PO5. Modern Tool Usage:
Create, Select and apply appropriate techniques,
resources, and modern engineering and software tools
including prediction and modelling to complex
mechanical
engineering
activities
with
an
understanding of the limitations.

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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [PO`s]


PO6. The Engineer and Society:
Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to
assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues
and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the
professional mechanical engineering practice.

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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [PO`s]


PO7. 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.
PO8. Ethics:
Apply ethical principles and commit to professional
ethics and responsibilities and norms of the
engineering practice.
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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [PO`s]


PO9. Individual and Team Work:
Function efficiently as an individual and as a member
or leader in diverse team, and in multidisciplinary
settings
PO10. Communication:
Communicate effectively on complex mechanical
engineering activities with engineering community and
with society at large, such as, being able to
comprehend and write effective reports and design
documentation, make effective presentation, and give
and receive clear instruction
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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [PO`s]


PO11. Project Management and Finance:
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of
mechanical engineering and management principles
and apply these to ones own work, as a member and
leader in a team, to manage project and in
multidisciplinary environments
PO12. Life-Long Learning:
Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and
ability to engage in independent and life long learning
in the broadest adapt to emerging field of context of
technological change.
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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES


(PSOs)
The graduates of Bachelor of Engineering in
Mechanical Engineering Program will be
able to:
Advance themselves Professionally by Continuously
Improving and Expanding their Technical Skills through
Formal Means or by Self-Study
Will have Successful Careers in Engineering and can
occupy Responsible Professional Positions
Will act as a Responsible Citizenship by Undertaking
Dynamic Roles, locally, nationally and Globally.

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Department of Mechanical Engineering
METHODS AND STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVIES
Enrich the Knowledge of Science and Mathematics applied
to Engineering.
An Understanding of Professional, Ethical Responsibility
and to Communicate Effectively.
Provide a Solid Foundation and Understanding of the
Fundamental of Mechanics, Behavior of Materials (Solid,
Liquid and Gas) and Manufacturing Process.
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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Provide a Good Foundation and Understanding of the
Fundamental
Principles
of
Thermal-Fluids
and
Mechanical Systems Aspects of Mechanical Engineering.
Instruct Students how to Design, Analysis, Simulations,
Conduct Experiments and Interpret the results in
Thermal-Fluids and Mechanical Systems Engineering.
Provide Students with an Opportunities to Design
Mechanical Components, Engineering Systems and
Processes to meet the Specific Needs.

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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION


PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Dr. T. JAGADISH.
Professor and Head
Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Bangalore Institute of Technology,
K. R. Road, V.V. Pura, Bengaluru 560 004
Mobile : 9845058654
Email : bitmechhod@gmail.com

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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

MODULE COORDINATORS
Under Graduate Program
Dr. B. Gurudatta
: Inter-Disciplinary Stream
Dr. B. S. Ajayakumar
: Manufacturing Stream
Dr. T. V. Sreeramareddy
: Thermal Stream
Dr. B. N. Ravikumar
: Design Stream
Post Graduate Program
Dr. S. Viday Shankar

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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

COURSE COORDINATORS
Under Graduate Program
Mr. C. Nagaraj
: Chief Coordinator
Mrs. N.L. Shanthala
: I Year BE Physics Cycle
Mr. M. R. Praveen Kumar
: I Year BE Chemistry Cycle
Mr. Honne Gowda
: II Year B.E
Mr. G. L. Umesh
: III Year B.E
Mr. S.M. Jayadev
: IV Year B.E
Post Graduate Program
Mr. C. Suresh
: I & II Year PG
All other Individual Faculty will be the Course Coordinator
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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAMME ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE


PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Dr. T. JAGADISH, Professor and Head
MODULE COORDINATORS
Dr. B. Gurudatta
: Inter-Disciplinary Stream
Dr. S. Viday Shankar
: Post Graduate Studies
Dr. B. S. Ajayakumar
: Manufacturing Stream
Dr. T. V. Sreeramareddy
: Thermal Stream
Dr. B. N. Ravikumar
: Design Stream

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BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

DEPARTMENT ADVISORY BOARD


HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION
Dr. A. G. NATARAJ

PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Dr. T. JAGADISH, Professor and Head

MODULE COORDINATORS
Dr. B. Gurudatta
: Professor
Dr. S. Viday Shankar
: Professor
Dr. B. S. Ajayakumar
: Professor
Dr. T. V. Sreeramareddy
: Professor
Dr. B. N. Ravikumar
: Professor

EXPERTS
Dr. S. A. Kore
: MD, Higher Education, GOK
Dr. A. Venkateshawaralu
: Scientist, NAL, Bangalore
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Department of Mechanical Engineering

INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL


HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION
Dr. A. G. NATARAJ
: Principal
IQAC COORDINATOR

: To be nominated by the Principal

ALL HEADS OF THE DEPARTMENTS


FACULTIES
Dr. B. Gurudatta
: Professor
Dr. S. Viday Shankar
: Professor
Dr. B. S. Ajayakumar
: Professor
Dr. T. V. Sreeramareddy
: Professor
Dr. B. N. Ravikumar
: Professor

Student Representative
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Department of Mechanical Engineering

INDUSTRY INSTITUTE INTERACTION


CENTER
HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION
Dr. A. G. NATARAJ

: Principal

PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Dr. T. JAGADISH, Professor and Head
FACULTY
Dr. H.N. Reddappa
Student Representative

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: Assistant Professor

BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
CENTER
HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION
Dr. A. G. NATARAJ

: Principal

PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Dr. T. JAGADISH, Professor and Head
FACULTY
Dr. H.N. Reddappa
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: Assistant Professor

BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

CAREER GUIDANCE, PLACEMENT AND


TRAINING CENTER
HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION
Dr. A. G. NATARAJ

: Principal

PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Dr. T. JAGADISH, Professor and Head
FACULTY
Dr. H.N. Reddappa
Student Representative

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: Assistant Professor

BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

ALUMNI AND PARENT INTERACTION


COMMITTEE
HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION
Dr. A. G. NATARAJ

: Principal

PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Dr. T. JAGADISH, Professor and Head
FACULTY
Dr. B. S. Ajayakumar

: Professor

Student and Parent Representatives

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Department of Mechanical Engineering
BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
K.R.ROAD, V.V. PURAM, BANGALORE -04

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


Meeting of all Class Representatives of Mechanical Engineering Department was held on 23-09-2015 in the chamber of the undersigned to discuss the academic
and other matters related to students. Following CR's were presented for the meeting.

Sl.
No

USN

Name

Sem

Sec

Phone No.

Email-ID

Signature

Remarks

VII Semester B.E in Mechanical Engineering


1 1BI12ME007

Mr. Aditya V

VII

7760002998adityavanchita@gmail.com

2 1BI12ME018

Mr. Anuj Yadav

VII

741161773401anuj01@gmail.com

3 1BI12ME073

Mr. Rahul M R

VII

9035676577rahulmr12594@gmail.com

4 1BI12ME124

Mr. Vybhava S

VII

7760764231vybhava.srinath@gmail.com

9620721045abhiachoo@gmail.com

8884209625harsha.patil12@yahoo.in

7406449737jajeesai999@gmail.com

9972026560nikhil.suresh95@gmail.com

B
B

V Semester B.E in Mechanical Engineering


1 1BI13ME012

Mr. Akshay Aravind

2 1BI13ME046

Mr. Harsha B Patil

3 1BI13ME093

Mr. Saikrishna

Mr. Nikhil. S

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4 1BI13ME125

A
A
B
B

BANGALORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Mechanical Engineering

STUDENT MENTORING/COUNSELING
CENTRE
HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION
Dr. A. G. NATARAJ

: Principal

PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Dr. T. JAGADISH, Professor and Head
FACULTY
Every Faculty in the Department are Assigned Twenty Students for
Mentoring/Counseling which is supposed to take place once in a
Month.
Mentoring/Counseling details will be recorded in the format.
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