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PRODUCTION ENGINEERING: THE KEY DIFFERENTIATOR

Production Engineering is a specialized branch of Mechanical Engineering, in which an integrated exposure to design and manufacturing of Products & Components as well as Services at optimum cost & quality are given wide thrust and coverage. It ensures an all-encompassing and enriching focus on all the basic areas of Mechanical Engineering along with a strong exposure to various Management practices & techniques, Economics, Costing, Finance & Accounts, HR, Marketing and Systems oriented subjects. Production Engineering can also be identified with the modern techno commercial and customer centric aspects of business models & practices.   

The syllabus of Production Engineering in University of Mumbai has a full time six months Inplant training cum Project in various industries such as L & T, Godrej, Siemens, Volkswagen and Mahindra & Mahindra, etc. This training is prescribed for students in the VII Semester (Final Year) of their curriculum, making it a sandwich type of course. This exposure to the industry during the period of six months ensures that a student gets an exposure to practical and live working practices of the industry. This is a unique feature available only in the Production Engineering curriculum at the graduate level courses of University of Mumbai, thereby ensuring that the students have a 6 months of practical experience before they pass out of under graduation studies.   

For MBA aspirants particularly, Production Engineering is a very pertinent course to pursue at the under graduate level. This exposure also enhances the managerial skills and decision making skills of the students, making them industry ready.  Regular visits to the industries and monitoring of the students’ performance by the faculty members also form a key component of the implant training.

Production Engineering graduates have ample employment opportunities in areas such as core manufacturing, product design and development, quality assurance, marketing, systems engineering, tool design, planning and operations, maintenance and servicing, production software development, customer technical services cells, entrepreneurship and training and development. Our students are usually placed in the companies like Mahindra and Mahindra, Larson &Tubro, Godrej & Boyce, J. P. Morgan, TCS etc...

About the Department:

  • Production Engineering Department of Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering was set up in 1994, the year in which the institute was established. The department has 14 full time well qualified faculty and 9 Non-Teaching staff.
  • All the laboratories are fully air-conditioned and are equipped with latest instruments and high end experimental setups, lab records, lab manuals, User manuals, journals etc.  Relevant software’s are installed on all the desktops in laboratories.
  • The department runs four professional student chapters viz. SAE, ISME, RAS and ISHRAE which help to enhance the skills of the student and add value in the process of acquiring knowledge.
  • Course offered - B.E. Production Engineering. Intake – 60 Students.

Vision

To develop competent and socially sensitive technopreneurs for manufacturing and allied service sector.


Mission

1. To strive for academic excellence in engineering and manufacturing technology, by fostering innovative learning processes.
2. To establish state of the art infrastructure in order to create technopreneurs to cater to the demands of industry.
3. To drive and achieve technical and professional competency by curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular interaction with industry, allied professional societies and other nodal agencies.
4. To mould the students as responsible and outstanding technical professionals with excellent personality traits and high ethical standards capable of facing challenges of the industry and society at large.


Program Educational Objectives:

1. Impart fundamental concepts of engineering and production technology, inculcate analytical and application skills, orient to research methodologies and prepare graduates to tackle complex engineering problems.
2. Give exposure to principles and aspects pertaining to various management sciences, develop inter-disciplinary skills and instil an urge for knowledge enhancement.
3. Provide opportunities to acquire practical exposure through industry interaction.
4. Instil various soft skills and personality traits.
5. Bring awareness about professional ethics, social obligations, green expectations / sustainable development and mould graduates to pursue successful technical and professional career.


Program specific outcomes (PSOs):

1. Candidates will be able to integrate issues related to design, manufacturing processes, tooling and assembly to resolve troubleshooting in manufacturing and achieve manufacturing effectiveness.
2. Candidates will develop competency in analyzing and improvising of manufacturing systems, operations and automation to achieve productivity enhancement.
3. Candidates will be able to explore various aspects pertaining to quality and bring about quality improvements through various tools and approaches in statistics, quality, reliability and experimental engineering.
4. Candidates will be able to apply appropriate managerial approaches in relevant areas of manufacturing to achieve continuous improvement and will be able to function effectively as a member or leader of a technical team.
 

S.E.

 

SEM III

  • Applied Mathematics - III
  • Applied Thermodynamics
  • Manufacturing Engineering – I
  • Material Science & Engineering
  • Mechanics of Solid
  • Computer Aided Machine Drawing Lab
  • Data Base Information Retrieval System Lab
  • Material Testing Laboratory
  • Manufacturing Process – I Lab

 

SEM IV

  • Applied Mathematics - IV
  • Dynamics of Machines
  • Manufacturing Engineering – II
  • Fluid & Thermal Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Dynamics of Machines Lab
  • Fluid & Thermal Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Lab
  • Manufacturing Process – II Lab

T.E.

SEM V

  • Computer Aided Design and Finite Element Analysis
  • Metrology and Instrumentation
  • Design of Jigs and Fixtures
  • Machining Science and Technology
  • Engineering Design
  • Thermal Engineering
  • Business Communication and Ethics

 

SEM VI

  • Process Engineering and Tooling
  • Design of Press Tool and Metal Joining
  • Operations Research
  • Mould and Metal Forming Technology
  • Production and Operations Management
  • Machine Tool Design 

B.E.

SEM VII

  •  Industrial Training and Project

 

SEM VIII

  • Automation and Control Engineering
  • Computer Aided Manufacturing
  • Engineering Economics, Finance, Accounting and Costing
  • Total Quality Strategy
  • Industrial relations and Human Resource Management
  • Elective-I 

Department has well equipped laboratories for various subjects as per recommendations of University of Mumbai. All the laboratories are fully air-conditioned & are equipped with latest instruments and high end experimental setups, lab records, lab manuals, User manuals, journals etc.

Relevant software’s are installed on all the desktops in laboratories. Computers, laptops, printers, scanners, internet and intranet facilities are available in lab for the students. Students and faculty have easy access to all the facilities in the department throughout the year.

The department has an excellent infrastructure facility that includes laboratories like

·         Theory of Machines Lab.

·         Material Science and Engineering Lab.

·         Metrology and Instrumentation Lab.

·         Automation and Control Engineering Lab.

·         CAD/CAM Lab.

·         Fluid Mechanics & Machine Lab.

·         Thermal Engineering Lab.

·         Foundry/Forging Lab

·         Strength of Materials laboratory.

·         Press Working Lab

·         Work Study and Ergonomics Lab.

·         Industrial Engineering Lab.

 

The facilities available with department include:

 

 Facilities  

Total

Desktop (CPU & Monitor) (i5)

21

All in One Desktop (i3)

43

Laptop

2

Printer (network)

3

Printer (Colour + network)

1

Plotter

1

LAN switch CASE/BOX

3

Wi LAN

5

Network boosters (Conical shapped)

8

LCD Projectors

5

AC (Split type)

25

 

Departmental laboratories also have  software’s such as :

 

Software’s (Users licence)

   

Pro-E (wild fire 5)

50

 

Ansys (14.5)

25

 

Unigraphics Nx-6

10

 

Fluid Sim

1

 

AutoCAD (Autodesk Autocad 2016)

125

(Freeware)

Inventer (Autodesk inventer 2015)

125

(Freeware)

 

  • Dr. Hari VasudevanDr. Hari Vasudevan
    Principal
    Professor and Head of the Dept. of Production Engg.
  • Prof. E. NarayananProf. E. NarayananMentor Professor (Adhoc)
  • Dr. Atul DhaleDr. Atul DhaleAssociate Professor
  • Prof. R. S. KhavekarProf. R. S. KhavekarAssociate Professor & TPO
  • Prof. Naresh C. DeshpandeProf. Naresh C.
    Deshpande
    Associate Head
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. Sanjeev ThoolDr. Sanjeev ThoolAssistant Professor
  • Prof. Sandeep R. VaityProf. Sandeep
    R. Vaity
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Meeta N. GandhiProf.(Mrs.) Meeta
    N. Gandhi
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Avadhut A. SamantProf. Avadhut
    A. Samant
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Sandip H. ManeProf. Sandip H.
    Mane
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Mehul S. PrajapatiProf. Mehul S.
    Prajapati
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Trupti MarkoseProf.(Mrs.) Trupti
    Markose
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Amit A. ChaudhariProf. Amit A.
    Chaudhari
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Pradeep S. YadavProf. Sanket D.
    Parab
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. Hari VasudevanDr. Hari Vasudevan
    Principal
    Professor and Head of the Dept. of Production Engg.
  • Prof. E. NarayananProf. E. NarayananMentor Professor (Adhoc)
  • Dr. Atul DhaleDr. Atul DhaleAssociate Professor
  • Prof. R. S. KhavekarProf. R. S. KhavekarAssociate Professor & TPO
  • Prof. Naresh C. DeshpandeProf. Naresh C.
    Deshpande
    Associate Head
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. Sanjeev ThoolDr. Sanjeev ThoolAssistant Professor
  • Prof. Sandeep R. VaityProf. Sandeep
    R. Vaity
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Meeta N. GandhiProf.(Mrs.) Meeta
    N. Gandhi
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Avadhut A. SamantProf. Avadhut
    A. Samant
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Sandip H. ManeProf. Sandip H.
    Mane
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Mehul S. PrajapatiProf. Mehul S.
    Prajapati
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Trupti MarkoseProf.(Mrs.) Trupti
    Markose
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Amit A. ChaudhariProf. Amit A.
    Chaudhari
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Pradeep S. YadavProf. Sanket D.
    Parab
    Assistant Professor

Competitions

 

Academic Year 2016-17

  • A two day technical festival named “DJ Nirmiti-Igniting Manufacturing Renaissance” on 21st & 22nd March 2017. It had a footfall of 500 budding engineers. The event offered final year students with an opportunity to present their projects to veterans from the sphere of academia and industry. It also kindled a spirit of manufacturing and designing through events like Bridge the Gap and CAD Challenge for Engineering Year Students.
  • Production Engineering Students participated in Enduro Student India –National Level Off-road Racing Competition organized by Delta Inc. and sanctioned by FMSCI. It was held at the Gedee Advanced Driving Institute, Coimbatore, 5- 9 January 2017.
  • Production Engineering Students participated in BAJA SAE India – National Level Off- road Racing Competition organized by SAE India and Mahindra & Mahindra. It was held at the NATRAX Facility, Indore.
  • Production Engineering Students participated in SAE aero-design West competition on 10th, 11th and 12th of March 2017. Total of 75 teams participated from worldwide in this competition. Team DJS Skylark managed to achieve the following titles under its name.

1.      1st worldwide in design report

2.      4th worldwide in flight rounds

3.      12th worldwide in technical oral presentation

4.      1st overall amongst all teams participating from India

5.      1st overall amongst teams participating from Asia

6.      4th overall worldwide at the passenger class (Regular)

  • Clay Modelling Competition was organized by SAE chapter on 4th October, 2016.

 

Academic Year 2015-16

  • A Seminar and Project Competition jointly organised by The Department of Mechanical Engineering &  Department of Production Engineering on “31st March and 1st April, 2016” for the students to learn and comprehend various industry related issues and topics.
  • Production Engineering Students participated in SAE International AERO Design East – International level RC Aircraft design competition organized by SAE International. It was held in Fort Worth, Texas, USA in March 2016.
  • A competition on Clay Car modeling was organized on 24th August, 2015. It was judged by Prof. E. Narayanan, Mentor , Production Dept.

                             

                              Academic Year 2014-15

  • Seminar-cum-Project Competition "Expanding Horizons in Manufacturing Sector" was organized by ISME on 16th & 17th March 2015.
  • Production Engineering Students participated Formula Student Germany an International Race Car Design Competition conducted by SAE International in July – August2014 at Hockenheimring, Germany.
  • Production Engineering Students participated BAJA Student India – National Level Off-road Racing Competition conducted by SAE India in collaboration with TATA Motors in January 2015.
  • Production Engineering Students participated  SAE Aero Design East competition which was held this year at Lakeland, Florida from 13th March to 15th March 2015 and it stood 17th worldwide and 2nd in India in our category

 

Seminar & Workshop

Academic Year 2016-17

  • A workshop cum hands-on session was organized by Metal Safety NDT training Institute Pvt. Ltd. on 5th February 2017 under Indian Society of Manufacturing Engineers (ISME).
  • A workshop cum hands-on session on 3-D Printing was organized by Imaginarium (India) Pvt. Ltd. in our college on 11th February 17, 2017 under ISME (Indian Society of Manufacturing Engineers).
  • The talk was delivered on Jet Propulsion Engines on 4th Feb, 2017. The talk was helpful to students as it introduced them to the widely used technology of.
  • An invited talk was organized by ISHRAE on ‘Refrigeration & Air-conditioning’ by Prof. Avinash G. Shaligram on 4th March 2017.
  • An invited talk was organized for TE Mechanical students by Team RAS on Industrial Mechatronics by V. A. Kaushik, Consultatnt from FESTO on 13th February, 2017.
  • The students of the production engineering department were taken on a two day sheet metal workshop to L&T Corporate Technology & engineering academy, Madh organized by the student chapter- ISME on 25th October, 2016.
  • All the students were given a brief orientation after which the training of the students commenced according to the predetermined schedule. The four modules taught to students were:-
     
  • Fabrication and Welding
  • Industrial Safety
  • Machining Operations
  • Press Tool


Academic Year 2015-16

  • ISME had organized a workshop on “Sheet Metal Forming” on “5th October, 2015” for the students to learn, understand and observe the Process of Sheet Metal Forming. The workshop was conducted at the L&T Corporate Training Centre, Madh Island
  • ISME had organized a workshop on “Rapid Prototyping Tool – 3D Printing” on “16th and 17th March, 2016” for the students to learn, understand and observe the Process of Additive Manufacturing. The workshop was conducted in the college premises.
  • ISME had organized a seminar on “Business Analytics” on “1st February, 2016” for the students to learn and understand the use of Business Analytics. Mr. Mukesh Jain, currently Vice President and head of NICE Systems, Pune shared his career beginnings and experiences at Microsoft USA and Reliance Jio.
  • An invited talk on “Project Based Learning” on 4th February, 2016 by Dr. Sandeep Inamdar (Managing Trustee, Vishwaniketan)
  • An invited talk on “Introduction to Oil, Gas and Power Sector” on 22nd March, 2016 by Mr Vasant Dinkar Mestry (Chairman and MD, Suvidya Institute of Technology).
  • A one-day invited talk was conducted on 10thFebruary, 2016 the topic of talk was ‘Achieving Comfort Ventilation by combining Traditional Indian Practice and Modern Technology.


Academic Year 2014-15

  • An introductory workshop on ‘3D Printing and additive manufacturing technology’ was conducted by 3D Ware on 27,28th February 2015. Various topics covered under the workshop were:-

 

  • The 3rd Revolution
  • The 3d Opportunity and additive manufacturing
  • The Technical aspects and introduction to Online communities.

 

  • Talk on “3D printing, a New Tool to Unlock Fragile Ideas” on 19th September, 2014 by Dr. Guruprasad Rao (Director-Technology and Operations at Imaginarium India Pvt Ltd).
  • An invited talk on “Engineering Capabilities in Process Equipment Management” by Mr Alex Tellis of M/s Godrej and Boyce Ltd. Vikhroli was conducted on 4th February 2015.A Guest lecture was held on “Jet Propulsion Engine” by Mr. F A Shaikh of Air India on 2nd March 2015.
  • Seminar on Career Opportunities Abroad September? 2014 by Ms. Purvi Tantia from Ace Consultancy.
  • An Invited talk on “Solar energy” by Ankit Barasia, Director-Solar Inertia was conducted on 11th February 2015.
  • A Guest lecture was held on “Piping” by M/s Suvidya Institute of Technology, Santacruz on 13th March 2015.


 

Industrial Visits

Academic Year 2016-17

  • An industrial visit was conducted for third year students from Production Engineering Department on 26thAugust 2016 to Indian Tools, MIDC Satpura, Nashik & Mahagenco (Maharashtra State Power Generation Company), Eklahare, Nashik.
  • An industrial visit was conducted for third year Production Engineering Students on 23rd September 2016 to Tata Motors, Chakan.
  • An industrial visit was conducted for Third Year students from Production Engineering Department on 27th September, 2016 to MAHA GENCO Gas Turbine Power Station, Uran.
  • An industrial visit was conducted for Second Year students from Production Engineering Department on 27th September, 2016 to Chaphekar Engineering, Pune.
  • An industrial visit was conducted for Second & third Year students from Production Engineering Department on 6th February, 2016 to “HIND ALUMINIUM”and “RSJ METALS”.
  • An industrial visit was conducted for second and third year students from Production Engineering Department on 13th April to Bajaj Auto Ltd., Chakan.

 

Academic Year 2015-16

  • An industrial visit was conducted for 3rd year students from Production Engineering Department on 2th March 2016 to ‘Amtek Forging’ , Chakan, Pune.
  • An Industrial visit was conducted for second and third year students from Production Engineering Department on 10th March 2016 to Godrej Security Solutions, Ambernath.

Academic Year 2014-15

  • An industrial visit was conducted for 2nd and 3rd year students from Production Engineering Department on 26th February 2015 to „Godrej and Boyce? Ltd.
  • An industrial visit was conducted for 3rd year students from Production Engineering Department on 9th April 2015 to „Amtek Forging? and „Volkswagen? at Chakan, Pune.

 

 

 

Guest Lectures

AY-16-17

  • A talk was delivered on “Jet Propulsion Engines on 4th Feb.2017” to undergraduate students from Mechanical and Production Departments. The talk was organized by SAE chapter helpful to students as it introduced them to the widely used technology of Jet Propulsion Engines. Also he threw light on the factors for newly graduated students in job point of view.
  • An invited talk was organized by ISHRAE on ‘Refrigeration & Air-conditioning’ by Prof. Avinash G. Shaligram on 4th March 2017.

AY-15-16

  • ISME had organized a seminar on “Business Analytics” on “1st February, 2016” for the students to learn and understand the use of Business Analytics. The lecture was conducted by Mr. Mukesh Jain, Vice President and Head, NICE Systems, Pune.
  •  An invited talk on “Total Quality Management” by Mr K.B Bharati (Director, QCFI India) focused on improvement of quality and implementation of Total Quality Management Concepts in Indian Manufacturing Industry.
  • An invited talk on “Project Based Learning” was conducted by SAE on 4th February, 2016 by Dr. Sandeep Inamdar (Managing Trustee, Vishwaniketan)
  • An invited talk on “Introduction to Oil, Gas and Power Sector” on 22nd March, 2016 by Mr Vasant Dinkar Mestry (Chairman and MD, Suvidya Institute of Technology).
  • A one-day invited talk was conducted on 10thFebruary 2016 , on the topic‘Achieving ComfortVentilation by combining Traditional Indian Practice and Modern Technology by   ISHRAE

AY-14-15

  • An Invited talk on “Campus to Corporate” by our alumnus Mr Darshit Shah was conducted on 11th February 2015.
  • L&T Technical Lecture Series was conducted by ISME on 29th & 30th January 2015 Managers, senior deputy managers and the Principal of L&T Institute Of Technology visited our college and interacted with our students and also shared their work experience in their area of expertise.
  • An invited talk on “Total Quality Management” by Mr K.B Bharati (Director, QCFI India) focused on improvement of quality and implementation of Total Quality Management Concepts in Indian Manufacturing Industry.
  • An invited talk on “Made in India: From an Idea to Reality” by Dr. B Ravi Professor IIT Bombay on 23rd September2014 emphasized the use of E Foundry and ORTHOCAD.
  • SAE conducted invited talk on “Engineering Capabilities in Process Equipment Management” by Mr Alex Tellis of M/s Godrej and Boyce Ltd. Vikhroli was conducted on 4th February 2015
  • A Guest lecture was held on “Jet Propulsion Engine” by Mr F A Shaikh of Air India on 2nd March 2015.
  • An Invited talk on “Solar energy” by Ankit Barasia, Director-Solar Inertia was conducted on 11th February 2015 by ISHRAE.
  • A Guest lecture was held on “Piping” by M/s Suvidya Institute of Technology, Santacruz on 13th March 2015 by ISHRAE.

 

AY-13-14

  • A Guest lecture was held on “Skills required by Mechanical/Production Engineers in Industry” by Mr. Pradeep , Siemens Corp.on 13th August 2013 it was conducted by SAE.
  • A Talk on Robotics  was given by Dr,James Mclurkin , Asst. Prof. , Rice University on 14th March 2014 it was conducted by SAE.
  • An Invited talk on Heat Treatment was conducted in October 2013 by ISME, Mrs. Sonal Dhar , Visting Faculty of Mech. Engg. Dept was invited to deliver this talk.

 

 

 

 

Value added Programs

Academic Year 2016-17

           Ansys Training

  

   Date of Commencement: - 26th July 2016

   Organized by: -ISME

Organized For: SE & TE Production Students. Conducted by: -CADD CENTER, ANDHERI Faculty In charge:-Prof. Mehul Prajapati.

Keeping in view the fierce competition the students have to face in outside world and need for skill expertise. ISME has organized 60 hours training session on Ansys in collaboration with CADD Centre. 12 students registered for this VAP course.

Primavera Training

Date of Commencement: - 23rd February 2017

Organized by: -ISME

 Organized For: SE & TE Production Students. Conducted by: -CADD CENTER, ANDHERI FacultyIn charge:-Prof.   Mehul Prajapati.

To imbibe students with project management skills Primavera training was started from this year for SE & TE Production students .Primavera is an enterprise project portfolio management software. It includes project management, product management, collaboration and control capabilities, and integrates with other enterprise software such as Oracle and SAP’s ERP systems. ISME has organized 40 hours training session on Primavera in collaboration with CADD Centre. 16 students registered for this VAP course.

 

Academic Year 2015-16

 

                                  Solidworks Training

 

 

Date of Commencement: - 17th August 2015 Organized by: - ISME

Organized For: - SE Production Students. Conducted by: - CADD CENTER, ANDHERI Faculty In charge: - Prof. Mehul Prajapati.

Keeping in view the fierce competition the students have to face in outside world and need for skill expertise. ISME has organized 60 hours training session on Solidworks in collaboration with CADD Centre. 10 students registered for this VAP course

 

Academic Year 2014-15

 

Ansys Training

 

Date of Commencement: - 7th February 2015

Organized by: - ISME

Organized For: - SE and TE Production Students.

Conducted by: - CADD CENTER, ANDHERI

Keeping in view the fierce competition the students have to face in outside world and need for skill expertise. ISME has organized 60 hours training session on ANSYS in collaboration with CADD Centre. 15 students registered for this VAP course.

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2016-17)

1

Electromagnetic Face Drive for OD Cylindrical Grinding of Gearbox Pins

2

Standardization of assembly line using Single Piece Flow and development of self-tapping screw on PCB board.

3

Design of Plastic products & implementation of transportation model.

4

Intricacies of Deep Hole Drilling & Trouble Shooting.

5

Design of fixtures for analog meter assembly line.

6

Dummy Fixture for fin stabiliser system.

7

Design of Fixture for Time Reduction in Inspection of Flange Forgings.                                                                 

8

Design of Fixtures to improve assembly line productivity for process equipments

9

Heat Exchanger Process Revision

10

Fixture development for paint shop  and Assembly line optimization.

11

Trouble shooting of ITTL Loading Trolley through Root Cause Analysis.

12

Welding Cost Analysis through Value Engineering                                                                             

13

Design of fixture for time reduction in Nozzle Setup of a pressure vessel
Improvement in stopper mechanism for rotator frame of a shell assembly setup

14

Comparision & Improvisation of hydrostatic expansion used in Tube to Tube Sheet Fixing.      

15

Developement of jig and fixture for drill cycle time reduction.

16

Optimizing productivity of motorised beds

17

Reduction in cycle time of hobbing process and improvising technical skills of the work force through training modules.

18

Variability Reduction at End of Line Testing of Mahindra's KUV100 Transaxle

19

Improvement in material handling system and packaging to minimize rejections and cost of piston.

20

Cycle Time Reduction in Fabrication of PSLV motor casing.

21

Productivity improvement of TATA Xenon model's axle variants through logistics planning and shop layout redesign

22

Development of new Interio furniture product for work from home project.

23

Man Hour Optimization & Full Kit Readiness

24

Productivity improvement in crankshaft material handling systems and implementation of underground burr management system in CNCs

25

Improving productivity and Supply Chain Efficiency through Lead time Management of Godrej products

26

Implementation of 5S in Yarn Storage Department

27

Improvements in Fabrication and Inspection methods of heat exchangers and pressure vessels

28

Process improvement and reduction of cycle time for big safe, safe deposit and 3ks petroleum lock.

29

Redesign of material handling and chip disposal mechanism for Edge Master Milling Machine

30

PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCEMENT THROUGH DIGITIZATION

31

Development of Single Piece Flow system of Assembly line and Productivity Improvement using Jig and Fixtures.

32

Productivity Improvement using Simulation Tool (Arena Simulation)

33

Sourcing decision by capacity mapping of vendors.

34

Supply Chain Evaluation of SADM

35

Improvement in Quality inspection of assembly process of Pharma Gel Machine and designing of Inspection gauge.

36

Finalizing Inventory norms for Healthcare products by using Forecasting techniques.

37

Breakdown call log system

38

Exploring the Quality Aspect of Defender Safes.

39

Strengthening the supply chain of the department by understanding supplier needs and formulating an action plan.

40

Improvement in Drop Test Procedure for all chair types and furniture variety.

 

 

Project evaluation process

Table for assessment methods

Assessment Method

Course Outcome

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

Stage 1 Presentation

S1

30%

10%

-

20%

10%

Stage 2  Presentation

S2

10%

20%

30%

20%

30%

Evaluation by Internal Guide

I

30%

30%

30%

30%

40%

Report Preparation

R

20%

30%

30%

20%

10%

Course exit survey 

C

10%

10%

10%

10%

10%

 

 

Rubrics:

 

Stage 1 Presentation

 

Sap ID

Student Name

Familiarity with organisational setup, Department and job functions.

 

Exposure to technology, applications and practical approaches

Clarity about the assigned project and problem resolving approach

Effectiveness of Presentation

 

 

15

10

10

15

 

Stage 2 Presentation

Sap ID

Student Name

Problem formulation and approach methodology

Problem specific application techniques 

Quantum of project accomplished and outcomes and Personal contribution

Effectiveness of Presentation

 

 

5

10

20

15

 

 

Evaluation by Internal Guide

 

Sap ID

Student Name

Familiarity with organisational and Department and job functions and responsibilities as a trainee.

 

Extend of grasping industrial practice and ability to resolve technical issues

Extend of initiatives and personnel inputs reviewed.

Input based on Company Officials

Professionalism acquired

 

 

5

20

15

5

5

 

 

Report Preparation

 

Sap Id

Student Name

Content and their organisation

Writing Mechanics

Depth of authentic technical contents and displays

Figures/ Tables

Abstract, inferences/ conductions of the project.

 

 

 

10

10

35

20

25

 

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2015-16)

1.      Truss structure extension and process optimizations for new car variant

2.      Process optimization and fool-proofing to accommodate parts and processes of a new car variant

3.      Rudder Fabrication

4.      Tongue and groove ring storage rack fabrication

5.      Intricacies in Fabrication with Titanium

6.      Green Supply chain management in logistics

7.      Implementation of 5S in Inventory Control

8.      Material management through vendor development and evaluation & design improvements in capsule                  guide and slide valve.

9.      Material Handling Equipment

10.   Vendor Rationalization-Increasing cost efficiency and reducting lead time & improvements in tablet                       compression machine

11.  Design Modification of Interchangeable Jig

12.  Productivity improvement and development of fire resisting safes

13.  Fixture Design of PQR plates storage for ease of material handling

14.  Value Engineering and Development of Padlocks

15.  Process Improvement In Safe Assembly Line

16.  Reduction in Defects of Safe Deposit & Vertibolt Cartridge using QM Methodology

17.  Design Modification of Fixtures for Screw Plug Heat Exchangers

18.  Design of assembly and inspection fixture for capsule manufacturing and printing machine

19.  Productivity and Safety Improvement on Safe Assembly Line

20.  Measurement system analysis

21.  Initialization and Maintenance of PTFE plant

22.  Lead time reduction and Design Improvements using Lean Manufacturing methods

23.  Understanding Product Structure

24.  Product improvement for Eliminating warranty complaints of 7lever round  pad lock and Removal of in                 process rework of Brass Pad Lock

25.  Process Improvement of Multipurpose Furniture Bolt for enhanced quality

26.  Kaizen in locking solutions and systems division of godrej

27.  Implementation of first pillar of TPM, JH-step5

28.   Design and Fabrication of Cages for Portable Ovens, Flux Holding Attachment in SAW Welding & Inventory          Control of DPT Materials

29.  Design Enhancement of Key Bitting Fixture

30.  Prototyping of Electronically Controlled Powerpack for Defense Tracked Vehicle

 

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2014-15)

1.      Pressure Vessel fabrication aspects and design.

2.      Development of Tools.

3.      Replacement of cellulose material for scrapes and lead time reduction by designing template for base                 plate in Tablet compressing Machine.

4.      Modification of frame welding fixture.

5.      Cost reduction in manufacturing of Hatch Ring and foundation plate for UVLM.

6.      Quality aspects of tube to tubesheet welding and weld time optimisation.

7.      Raw material inventory cost reduction using dynamic buffer management system

8.      Implementation of total productive maintenance pillar (Preventive Maintenance) in maintenance                     department.

9.      Design of (1) New press tool for Bending C-Handle (2) Painting fixture for C-Handle and actuating                    plate.

10.    A) Streamlining Project Management Tracking System for OEM Projects. B) Time study of Muffler end              Spining Machine.

11.  A) Bill of material validation. B) Preparation of Route sheet for various jobs.

12.  Reduction in Reshoot Spots in Radiography Testing of Tube to Tube Sheet Joints by Improving Location            System.

13.  In-house product development.

14.  A) Failure Mode Identification and Preparation of Quality Assurance Matrix for 1.2L NGNA Engine. B)                Identification of Leakage for 273 MPFI Engine.

15.  Implementation of theory of constraints for productivity improvement

16.  A) Vehicle Tracking system using RFID Technology B) Extension of Light Canopy for quality check. C)               Management of inventory levels of Rework parts by Set Up of Logistic Warehouse.

17.  A) Implementation of T.P.M. pillar-preventive maintenance. B) Line Balancing of Lock assembly.

18.  Inspection and Quality enhancement of submerge arc welding process and inventory control DPT                     Material

19.  Productivity Improvement by Manpower and Wastage reduction.

20.  Performance enhacement of Fuel Fired Furnace.

21.  Design of Fixture to improve productivity in handling of shroud shell assembly.

22.  Lean Practices to Improve Productivity in IVCB

23.  Design of wiremesh punching table and turn table fixture.

24.  Refractory design and Procurement for waste heat Boiler.

25.  Inventory Optimisation through lead time reduction at vendor end.

26.  Cost Reduction through Quality Improvement and Supply Chain Management.

27.  TPM Stabilisation and Process Improvement

28.  Rejection Control and Lead time reduction in Encapsulation and HCM Division.

29.  Plant space utilization, Devendorising of upholstory and RFID in Interiao Department.

30.  Inmplementation of first Pillar of TPM, Jishu Hozen-Step-5

31.  Reduction in time requirement in Baffle Assembly and Ultrasonic Thickness Meter Calibration

32.  Cost and Lead time reduction of spares in Interio department.

33.  Optimisation of Production Line through Valve Stream Mapping for Safe Deposit Plate and 3KS                         Petroleum Body

34.  Productivity Improvements in Machining of Middle Segment of Polar Satellite Launching Vehicle.

35.  Productivity Improvement by Reducing Lead Time in Assembly of Machine Tablet compresing machine.

36.  New product introduction, lead time reduction and quality improvement of spares in interio department.

 

 

 

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2013-14)

1. Product improvement through innovative design.

2. Prouctivity Improvement in Switchgear assembly line.

3. Development and modification of moulded case circuit breakers.

4. E-Solutions for SLDC- a. Minimizing Response time with the customer. b. Selection of components. c. Weight omputation. 

5. Improvement of censafe Assembly line.

6. Increase in productivity of Inner Body Cell Unit.

7. Analysis & improvement of Record Protecting Equipment Manufacturing.

8. Cost optimization of plastics and copper parts of air circcuit breaker.

9. Implementation of Six Sigma ans Product development of LED well glass & Glass ring.

10. Lead time reduction through value stream mapping of AF90T machine.

11. Productivity improvement of AF90T machine assembly line.

12. Standardization of AC Air Compressors (1- 1.5 T).

13. Optimization of Chassis Assembly line and quality evaluation.

14. Process improvements & Kaizen implementation in press shop.

15. Root cause analysis for ovality in wind tunnel nozzle sections.

16. Introduction of TPM culture in securities solutions division.

17. TPM Stabilization & Process Improvement.

18. Design of painting fixture and material handling trolley for traction motor assembly shop.

19. Development and testing of thermo-magnetic release.

20. Design and development of rotor assembly of switch disconnectors.

21. Improvement in shot blasting process through modified screw conveyor design.

22. Cost reduction of 2L mortise lock & good padlock designing.

23. Geometric modelling and analysis of methanol wash column using  pv-elite software.

24. Process improvement of robotic stud welding.

25. Eradicating Oil leakage through exhaust manifold of two cylinder engines.

26. Welding Optimization & resource management.

27. Project Planning & expediting of gasifier reactor.

28. Inventory Control & planning of electrical system equipments (ESE) & Modification of packaging standards for ESE.

29. Inventory management of drilling and turning inserts & Enhancing overall equipment efficiency of vertical lathe machine

30. Time study and analysis of SPF line

31. Efficiency Enhancement of hardware procurement & streamlining of plating details.

32. Cost & Time Reduction using CPM-PERT for base welded feet

33. Trouble shooting and parametric optimization of tube to tube sheet welding.

34. Manufacturing sequencing and fabrication cycle time estimation of residence vessel.

35. Enhancing orbital tube welding efficiency in heat exchangers & Development of inventory layout for electro welding strips.

36. Exploring implementation of hot wire TIG welding for better results & Development of ESSC fixture to overcome the use of FCAW.

37. Cost reduction of balancing ring & manufacturing feasibility of shaft by upset forging.

38. Optimization of assembly line of 35B5 product and material management using ERP system.

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2012-13)

1. Fabrication and Chemical Cleaning of Sodium-Air Heat Exchanger.

2. Development of LCA Machine.

3. Development of Special Purpose Machine.

4. Defects, Troubleshooting & Quality Improvement of Safes. Time Study of Safe Assembly Workstations.

5. Design Aspects of Hydrotest Saddle Supports.  Design Aspects of Long seam welding Fixture.

6. Value Stream Mapping. Defect Analysis. Overall Equipment Effectiveness.

7. Total Productive Maintenance and Heat distortion Control.

8. Standardization of Air Compressors.

9. Value Engineering of Circuit Breaker Packaging.

10. Lead Time Reduction & Zero based costing analysis.

11. Value stream Mapping of Astro Lock.

12. Value Engineering of contact in circuit breaker.

13. Elimination of black soot emission from low-velocity gas burners.

14. Process Improvement on RPE line.

15. Re- Engineering of Ultra Mortise & Disc Padlock.

16. Value stream mapping.

17. Work breakdown structure for LP feedwater heater & design of fixture for DSS shells.

18. Improvement in the moulded case circuit breakers.

19. Manufacturing planning of external riser. Alternate lifting method for replacement of STLX.

20. Supply Chain management of primary tar separator.

21. Development in circuit breakers.

22. Fixture design and modifications in die.

23. Strategic Product Improvement.

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2011-12)

1. Reduction in defect FRCD not resetting in all electrical air circuit breakers, C-Power.

2. PFMEA of crank shaft assembly.

3. Design of roller assembly fixture.

4. Implementation of 5s.

5. Gauge design for DN4 shop.

6. Development of TOTT manual.

7. Design of an assembly fixture for the switchgear.

8. Cost reduction and alternate materials.

9. Improvement of set up time on CNC hydrofold machine.

10. Implementation of total productive maintenance in fabrication department.

11. Value stream mapping of ACB CPower Charging handle.

12. Implementation of TPM.

13. Optimization of MAST planning and resource utilization.

Year : 2015-16

CLASS: BE

Sr. No. Name of Student CGPI
1 Elijah Ometz Moses 9.04
2 Gaonkar Mokshad Pratik 9
3 Shah Shruti Jayeshbhai 8.96
4 Kothari Yash Manak 8.79
5 Parab Pratik Deepak 8.79
6 Chowdhary Ayush Ajit 8.68
7 Sheth Prachi Sanjay 8.68
8 Mehta Priyank Rajesh 8.64
9 Dadhich Umang Mahesh 8.57
10 Mehtalia Dishita Jitendra 8.51

 

Year 2014-15

CLASS: B.E.

 

SEM: VIII / MAY’ 2015

 

Sr. No.

Seat No.

Name of the Student

Percentage

CLASS

1.

76100115

Shah Harshil D.

83.24%

DISTINCTION

2.

76100106

Nayak Rohan R.

80.38%

DISTINCTION

3.

76100107

Pandya Ronak N.

77.71%

DISTINCTION

4.

76100117

Sharma Tanvi H.

76.57%

DISTINCTION

5.

76100112

Purohit Hiral R.

75.43%

DISTINCTION

6.

76100110

Phadke Onkar R.

74.86%

DISTINCTION

7.

76100104

Kansara Raunak R.

73.33%

DISTINCTION

8.

76100103

Kagalwala Mustansir T.

72.86%

DISTINCTION

9.

76100086

Jain Aryan T.

72.48%

DISTINCTION

10.

76100100

Aurora Namrata M.

72.95%

DISTINCTION

 

YEAR 2013-14

CLASS: BE

NAME OF THE STUDENT MARKS OUT OF 1100 % OBTAINED CLASS
Dani Siddharth D. 813 73.90 DISTINCTION
Chatterjee Arijeet S. 806 73.27 DISTINCTION
Sanghavi Kushal Raju 798 72.54 DISTINCTION
Patel Sagar Devraj 785 71.36 DISTINCTION
Maheshwari Nikhilesh A. 773 70.27 DISTINCTION
Devnani Pranay Sunil 763 69.36 FIRST CLASS
Shah Neel Rajesh 762 69.27 FIRST CLASS
Rajwani Alifiya Amin 756 68.72 FIRST CLASS
Sanghvi Arpit Girish 740 67.27 FIRST CLASS
Shah Ashutosh Akshay 733 66.63 FIRST CLASS

 

YEAR 2012-13

CLASS: BE

NAME OF THE STUDENT MARKS OUT OF 1050 % OBTAINED CLASS
Agrawal Shivam Pawankumar 837 76.09 DISTINCTION
Kumar Sujal Ashwin 821 74.63 DISTINCTION
Shah krunal Rajnikant 810 73.63 DISTINCTION
Doshi Siddh Dhiren 801 72.81 DISTINCTION
Sanghvi Vijay S. 791 71.90 DISTINCTION
Mehta Shail N. 782 71.09 DISTINCTION
Shah Smith S. 776 70.54 DISTINCTION
Shah Samkit N. 763 69.63 FIRST CLASS
Luthria Kshitij J.  761 69.18 FIRST CLASS
Kulkarni Nihal A. 760 69.09 FIRST CLASS

 

YEAR: 2011-12

CLASS: BE

NAME OF THE STUDENT MARKS  OUT OF 1050 % OBTAINED CLASS
JOBALIA BNOY 822 77.91 DISTINCTION
GADA VIRAJ 794 75.61 DISTINCTION
SHAH NISHIT 790 75.23 FIRST CLASS
MODI DHAVAL 773 73.61 DISTINCTION
CHATURVEDI KARTIK 770 73.33 DISTINCTION
SABHARWAL RAUNAQ 763 72.66 DISTINCTION
MEHTA RISHIT 756 72 DISTINCTION
SHELAR SHRADDHA 754 71.8 DISTINCTION
CHOUDHARY KAVITA 753 71.71 DISTINCTION
CHITALIA ANKIT 747 71.14 DISTINCTION