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  • Dr. Prakash Chandra Gope
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  • Department of Mechanical Engineering,
  • College of Technology

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About Us

The department of Mechanical Engineering at College of Technology G. B. Pant University Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar offers Mechanical Engineering program at the Bachelor’s levels since July 1966. Mechanical Engineering Department is one of the oldest departments and is considered to be one of the highly renowned departments of the College. The present student intake of the department is 45. The department is vibrant and organizes several activities round the year. Its strong and interactive curriculum and hands on learning has the capability of taking the students career to the next level, whether it be in the professional engineering practice or in advanced study. The department, right from its inception has been focusing on quality teaching along with integrated laboratory experience. The department also runs Post Graduate Courses in Thermal Engineering and Design and Production Engineering since 1984. The department started its Ph.D. program in Mechanical Engineering in the year 1985. The Department feels proud of achievements of its alumni, who have excelled in various walks of life. The number of intake in UG and PG programmes are:.

B. Tech (Mechanical Engineering) :Intake 45
M. Tech in Design & Production Engineering :Intake 10
M. Tech in Thermal Engineering :Intake 10
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering :Intake 5

The department is one of the largest departments of the college consisting of dynamic, research oriented and well qualified faculty majority having Ph.D. degrees from IIT’s, NITs and other reputed institutions. The department has the most modern infrastructure to undertake effective teaching, research and developmental activities in its 23 numbers of laboratories which include Refrigeration and Air conditioning, Gas Dynamics, Heat Transfer, Internal Combustion Engine, Solar Energy, Biomass, Stress Analysis, Kinematics, Tribology, Material Science and Metallurgy along with a big central workshop comprising of facilities with modern machines. The department process highly sophisticated and imported equipment that include

  • 25 kN Serve Control Fatigue Testing Machine
  • Surfometer
  • 100 /10 kN Universal Testing Machine,
  • Rotary Particle Depositor and Particle qualifier
  • DMA
  • Variable Compression Ratio SI Engine
  • TGA/DTA
  • Computerized Sensor based SI Engine Test Rig.
  • Vibrometer
  • Diesel Engine Test Rig.
  • Photo Elastic Bench
  • Combustion Lab Unit
  • Wear Friction Machine
  • Turbine Test Rig
  • Digitized Impact Testing Machine
  • Thermal Imaging Camera
  • Metallurgical Microscope
  • Micro-manometer, etc.
  • EDM Wire cut Machine

  • In addition to above equipments, department has well developed Computer Aided Design Laboratory with latest Work Station, Servers, Computers and software like:

  • MATLAB
  • Lab View
  • ANSYS
  • Pro E
  • EES
  • ITI simulation X and other general packages
  • NPTI Multimedia CBT learning package
  • Thermo fluid tutor, etc.
  • Mechatronics
  • REF-PROP (NIST)

  • The department has a policy to periodically update the course curriculum in order to fulfill the present day need of the teaching learning process so as to accustom students with a perfect blend of intellectual and practical experiences that helps them to serve the society and address a variety of needs.


    Vision:- “To become a nationally recognized leader in technical education, research and capable of making significant contribution to the society in the field of Mechanical Engineering”

    Mission:- To strive for excellence in teaching and research and to promote academic growth by offering state-of-the art facilities to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.To generate knowledge by providing cutting-edge research facilities for overall development of students and society.

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES

    1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineeringfundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complexengineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems anddesign system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and researchmethods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modernengineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assesssocietal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutionsin societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms ofthe engineering practice.
    9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader indiverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineeringcommunity and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
    11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of theengineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage inindependent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    PEO1: Produce engineers with the strong education foundation and the adaptive skills to serve existing and rapidly evolving technological industries.

    PEO2: Conduct nationally recognized technical research focussed on providing a technological edge to India in general and Uttarakhand in particular.

    PEO3: Develop appropriate technologies for the upliftment of rural areas of India.


    Consistency of PEOs with Mission of the Department

    PEO Statements M1 M2 M3 M4
    PEO1: Produce engineers with the strong education foundation and the adaptive skills to serve rapidly evolving technological industries. 3 2 1 2
    PEO2: Conduct nationally recognized technical research focused on providing a technological edge to India in general and Uttarakhand in particular 2 3 2 3
    PEO3: Develop appropriate technologies for the upliftment of rural areas of India 2 1 3 3
    Degrees Offered

  • B.Tech.
  • M.Tech.
  • Ph.D.

  • For Course Outline & Catalogue Description (UG Courses) Click Here

    Graduation requirement for B. Tech. Mechanical Engineering (2017 Batch)

    Course No. Name of the course Credit Hours Pre-requisite
    A. Pre-professional courses (Core Courses)
    BHS-176 Technical writing 3(2-0-2)4 Nil
    BHS-177 Social Science 3(3-0-0)3 Nil
    BPP-195 Physics-I 3(2-2-2)6 Nil
    BPP-196 Physics-II 3(2-2-2)6 BPP-195
    BPC-161 Engg.Chemistry-I 2(2-0-0)2 Nil
    BPC-162 Engg. Chemistry-II 2(1-0-3)4 Nil
    BPM-131 Engineering Maths- I 3(3-2-0)5 Isc. Maths
    BPM-132 Engineering Maths-II 4(4-1-0)5 BPM 131
    BPM-233 Engineering Maths-III 2(2-1-0)3 BPM-132
    TEE-212 Principles of Elect.Engg. 4(3-1-2)6 Nil
    TEC-260 Basic Electronics 3(2-0-2)4 Nil
    BPM-261 Programming in Fortran & C 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TCP-100 Introduction to Computer & Programming 3(2-1-2)5 Nil
    BPS-218 Probability, Statistics & Queuing Models 2(2-1-0)3 Nil
    TCE-100 Engineering Drawing 3(1-0-4)5 Nil
    TCE-131 Solid Mechanics 4(3-1-2)6 Nil
    TCE-240 Fluid Mechanics 3(2-1-2)5 Nil
    TME-101 Thermodynamics & Heat Engines 4(3-1-2)6 Nil
    TPE-161 Workshop Practice 3(1-0-6)7 Nil
    TPE-262 Manufacturing Processes 3(1-0-6)7 TPE-161
    TME-231 Machine Drawing 2(0-0-4)4 TCE-100
    TME-241 Kinematics of Machines 3(2-1-2)5 Nil
    TME-251 Material Science 4(3-1-2)6 Nil
    NSS-201 N.S.S 2(0-0-4)4 Nil
    TWP-101 Work Programme 1(0-0-3)3 Nil
    TME-213 Numerical Methods for Mechanical Engineers 2(2-1-0)3 Nil
    Those students who have not taken Hindi at the High school or equivalent level will also require to register the course BHS-173 Elementary Hindi 2(2-1-0).
    B. Professional Courses:
    TME-211 Theory of fluid Flow 3(3-1-0)4 TCE-240
    TME-301 Heat and Mass Transfer 4(3-1-2)6 TME-101
    TME-310 Fluid Machinery & System-I 4(3-1-2)6 TME-211
    TME-342 Theory of Machines 4(3-0-2)4 TME-241
    TME-351 Strength of Materials 3(3-1-0)4 Nil
    TME-343 Mechanical Vibrations 3(2-1-2)5 Nil
    TME-212 Internal Combustion Engines 4(3-1-2)6 TME-101
    TME-313 Fluid Machinery & Systems-II 4(3-1-2)6 TME-211
    TME-302 Ref. and Air Conditioning 4(3-0-2)5 TME-101
    TME-421 Power Plant Engg. & Energy Conversion 4(3-0-2)5 TME-101
    TPE-381 Industrial Economics 3(3-1-0)4 Nil
    TPE-363 Production Engineering 4(3-0-2)5 TPE-262
    TPE-482 Industrial Organization and Management 3(2-0-2)4 Nil
    TME-333 Machine Design-I 4(3-0-2)5 TME-231
    TME-434 Machine Design-II 4(3-0-2)5 TME-333
    TME-435 Measurement & Control 4(3-1-2)6 Nil
    TPE-471 Work Study 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-462 Computer Aided Design 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME- Elective-I 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME- Elective-II 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME- Elective-III 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME-491 Practical Training 30 days ---
    TME-492 Seminar 1(0-0-3)3 ---
    TME-490(A) Project 2(0-0-6)6 ---
    TME-490(B) Project 4(0-0-12)12 ---
    C. Elective Courses:
    TME-425 Nuclear Engineering 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-405 Planning and Design of Refrigeration Systems 3(3-2-0)5 TME-302
    TME-426 Solar Thermal Processes 3(3-2-0)5 TME-301
    TME-450 Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion 3(3-2-0)5 TME-211
    TME-460 Automobile Engineering 3(3-2-0)5 TME-212
    TME-417 Design of Rotodynamic Pumps 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-436 Bearing and Lubrication 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-437 Pressure Vessel Design 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-453 Experimental Stress Analysis 3(3-2-0)5 TME-351
    TME-418 Design of Blowers and Rotary Compressors 3(3-2-0)5 TME-310
    TME-427 Non-Conventional Energy Sources and Systems 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-406 Fuels and Combustion 3(2-0-2)4 Nil
    TME-404 Introduction to Finite Element Methods in Engg. 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TPE-269 Machine Tool Engineering 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TPE-370 Metrology 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    All other courses of 400 series of any other department of College of Technology subject to the fulfillment of Pre-requisite of the course.


    Semester wise Load Distribution

    S.No. Course No. Course Name Credit Hours Pre-requisite
    I Semester
    BPM-131 Engg. Mathematics-1 3(3-2-0) 5 ---
    BPC-162 Engg. Chemistry - II 2(1-0-3) 4 ---
    TCE-131 Solid Mechanics 4(3-1-2) 6 ---
    BPP-195 Physics-I 3(2-2-2) 6 ---
    TME-101 Thermodynamics & H. E. 4(3-1-2) 6 ---
    TCP-100 Introduction to Computer & Programming 3(2-1-2) 5 ---
    TWP-101 Work Progrmme 1(0-0-3) 3

    20     35
    ---
    II Semester
    BPC-161 Engg. Chemistry - I 2(2-0-0) 2 ---
    BPP-196 Physics II 3(2-2-2) 6 ---
    BPM-132 Engg.Maths-II 4(4-1-0) 5 ---
    TCE-100 Engg. Drawing 3(1-0-4) 5 ---
    TPE-161 Workshop Practice 3(1-0-6) 7 ---
    BHS-177 Social Science 3(3-0-0) 3 ---
    BHS-176 Technical Writing 3(2-0-2) 4

    21     32
    ---
    III Semester
    TEE-212 Principles of Elec.Engg. 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TPE-262 Material Science 3(1-0-6)7 ---
    BPM-233 Engg.Maths III 2(2-1-0)3 ---
    TCE-240 Fluid Mechanics 3(2-1-2)5 ---
    BPM-261 Programming in Fortran & C 3(3-2-0)5 ---
    TME-241 Kinematics of Machines 3(2-1-2)5 ---
    NSS-201 N. S. S. 2(0-0-4)4

    20     35
    ---
    IV Semester
    TEC-260 Basic Electronics 3(2-0-2)4
    TME-251 Manufacturing Process 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-211 Theory of Fluid Flow 3(3-1-0)4 ---
    TME-231 Machine Drawing 2(0-0-4)4 ---
    BPS-218 Probability, Statistics & Queuing Models 2(2-1-0)3 ---
    TME-212 Internal Combustion Engines 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-213 Numerical Methods for Mechanical Engineers 2(2-1-0)3

    20     30
    ---
    V Semester
    TME-351 Strength of Materials 3(3-1-0)4 ---
    TME-301 Heat and Mass Transfer 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-310 Fluid Machinery & System-I 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-302 Ref. & Air Conditioning 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TME-342 Theory of Machines 4(3-0-2)5

    19     26
    ---
    VI Semester
    TME-343 Mechanical Vibrations 3(2-1-2)5 ---
    TME-313 Fluid Machinery & Systems-II 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TPE-381 Industrial Economics 3(3-1-0)4 ---
    TPE-363 Production Engg. 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TME-333 Machine Design-I 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TPE-471 Work Study 3(3-2-0)5 ---
    TME-491 Practical Training 30 days

    21     30
    ---
    VII Semester
    TME-421 P.P.E. & E.C. 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TPE-482 Industrial Organization & Management 3(2-0-2)4
    TME-434 Machine Design II 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TME-462 Computer Aided Design 3(3-2-0)5 ---
    TME-435 Measurement & Control 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-490(A) Project 2(0-0-6)6

    20/19     31/30
    ---
    VIII Semester
    TME- Elective I 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME- Elective II 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME- Elective III 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME-492 Seminar 1(0-0-3)3 ---
    TME-490(B) Project 4(0-0-12)12

    17/15     33/31
    ---
    Grand Total 158/155 252/249


    Graduation requirement for Diploma Holders admitted to 2nd Year B. Tech. Mechanical Engineering

    Course No. Course Name Credit Hours Pre-requisite
    a) Pre-Professional Courses (Core Courses):
    BHS-176 Technical writing 3(2-0-2)4 Nil
    BPM-233 Engineering Maths-III 2(2-1-0)3 BPM-132*
    TEC-260 Basic Electronics 3(2-0-2)4 Nil
    BPM-261 Programming in Fortran & C 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    BPS-218 Probability, Statistics & Queuing Models 2(2-1-0)3 Nil
    TCE-131 Solid Mechanics 4(3-1-2)6 Nil
    TCE-240 Fluid Mechanics 3(2-1-2)5 Nil
    TME-101 Thermodynamics & H.E. 4(3-1-2)6 Nil
    TME-251 Material Science 4(3-1-2)6 Nil
    NSS-201 N.S.S 2(0-0-4)4 Nil
    TWP-101 Work Programme 1(0-0-3)3 Nil
    TME-231 Machine Drawing 2(0-0-4)4 TCE-100*
    TME-213 Numerical Methods for Mechanical Engineers 2(2-1-0)3 Nil
    TME-241 Kinematics of Machine 3(2-1-2)5 Nil
    * These pre-requisites are waived for these students
    b) Professional Courses:
    TME-211 Theory of fluid Flow 3(3-1-0)4 TCE-240
    TME-301 Heat and Mass Transfer 4(3-1-2)6 TME-101
    TME-310 Fluid Machinery & System-I 4(3-1-2)6 TME-211
    TME-342 Theory of Machines 4(3-0-2)4 TME-241
    TME-351 Strength of Materials 3(3-1-0)4 Nil
    TME-343 Mechanical Vibrations 3(2-1-2)5 Nil
    TME-212 Internal Combustion Engines 4(3-1-2)6 TME-101
    TME-313 Fluid Machinery & Systems-II 4(3-1-2)6 TME-211
    TME-302 Ref. and Air Conditioning 4(3-0-2)5 TME-101
    TME-421 Power Plant Engg. & Energy Conversion 4(3-0-2)5 TME-101
    TPE-381 Industrial Economics 3(3-1-0)4 Nil
    TPE-363 Production Engineering 4(3-0-2)5 TPE-262
    TPE-482 Industrial Organization and Management 3(2-0-2)4 Nil
    TME-333 Machine Design-I 4(3-0-2)5 TME-231
    TME-434 Machine Design-II 4(3-0-2)5 TME-333
    TME-435 Measurement & Control 4(3-1-2)6 Nil
    TME- Elective-I 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME- Elective-II 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME- Elective-III 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME-491 Practical Training 30 days ---
    TME-492 Seminar 1(0-0-3)3 ---
    TME-490(A) Project 2(0-0-6)6 ---
    TME-490(B) Project 4(0-0-12)12 ---
    TPE-471 Work Study 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-462 Computer Aided Design 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    C. Elective Courses:
    TME-425 Nuclear Engineering 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-405 Planning and Design of Refrigeration Systems 3(3-2-0)5 TME-302
    TME-426 Solar Thermal Processes 3(3-2-0)5 TME-301
    TME-450 Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion 3(3-2-0)5 TME-211
    TME-460 Automobile Engineering 3(3-2-0)5 TME-212
    TME-417 Design of Rotodynamic Pumps 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-436 Bearing and Lubrication 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-437 Pressure Vessel Design 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-453 Experimental Stress Analysis 3(3-2-0)5 TME-351
    TME-418 Design of Blowers and Rotary Compressors 3(3-2-0)5 TME-310
    TME-427 Non-Conventional Energy Sources and Systems 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TME-406 Fuels and Combustion 3(2-0-2)4 Nil
    TME-404 Introduction to Finite Element Methods in Engg. 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TPE-269 Machine Tool Engineering 3(3-2-0)5 Nil
    TPE-370 Metrology 3(3-2-0)5 Nil


    Semesterwise Course Distribution for Diploma Holders admitted to 2nd Year B. Tech. Mechanical Engineering

    S.No. Course No. Course Name Credit Hours Pre-requisite
    I Semester
    TME-101 Thermodynamic & H. E. 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TCE-131 Solid Machanics 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    BPM-233 Engg.Maths III 2(2-1-0)3 ---
    TCE-240 Fluid Mechanics 3(2-1-2)5 ---
    BPM-261 Programming in Fortran & C 3(3-2-0)5 ---
    TME-241 Kinematics of Machines 3(2-1-2)5 ---
    NSS-201 N. S. S. 2(0-0-4)4

    21     34
    ---
    II Semester
    TEC-260 Basic Electronics 3(2-0-2)4
    TME-251 Manufacturing Process 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-211 Theory of Fluid Flow 3(3-1-0)4 ---
    TME-231 Machine Drawing 2(0-0-4)4 ---
    BPS-218 Probability, Statistics & Queuing Models 2(2-1-0)3 ---
    TME-212 Internal Combustion Engines 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-213 Numerical Methods for Mechanical Engineers 2(2-1-0)3

    20     30
    ---
    III Semester
    TME-351 Strength of Materials 3(3-1-0)4 ---
    TME-301 Heat and Mass Transfer 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-310 Fluid Machinery & System-I 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-302 Ref. & Air Conditioning 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TME-342 Theory of Machines 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TWP-101 Work Progrmme 1(0-0-3)3

    20     29
    ---
    IV Semester
    TME-343 Mechanical Vibrations 3(2-1-2)5 ---
    TME-313 Fluid Machinery & Systems-II 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TPE-381 Industrial Economics 3(3-1-0)4 ---
    TPE-363 Production Engg. 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TME-333 Machine Design-I 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TPE-471 Work Study 3(3-2-0)5 ---
    TME-491 Practical Training 30 days

    21     30
    ---
    VI Semester
    TME-421 P.P.E. & E.C. 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TPE-482 Industrial Organization & Management 3(2-0-2)4
    TME-434 Machine Design II 4(3-0-2)5 ---
    TME-462 Computer Aided Design 3(3-2-0)5 ---
    TME-435 Measurement & Control 4(3-1-2)6 ---
    TME-490(A) Project 2(0-0-6)6

    20/19     31/30
    ---
    VII Semester
    TME- Elective I 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME- Elective II 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME- Elective III 4/3 6/5 ---
    TME-492 Seminar 1(0-0-3)3 ---
    TME-490(B) Project 4(0-0-12)12

    17/15     33/31
    ---
    Grand Total 119/116 187/184

    Departmental Facilities:  Following are the facilities in the department

  • Material Science Laboratory
  • Dymanincs Laboratory
  • Experimental Stress Analysis Laboratory
  • Measurement & Control Laboratory
  • Kinematics of Machines Laboratory
  • Tribology & Maintenance Laboratory
  • Machine Drawing Laboratory
  • Solar Energy Laboratory
  • Bio-Mass Laboratory
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Laboratory
  • Gas Dynamics Laboratory
  • I.C. Engines Laboratory
  • Steam Power Laboratory
  • Fuel & Combustion Laboratory
  • Heat & Mass Transfer Laboratory
  • C.A.D. Laboratory
  • Thermodynamics Laboratory
  • Machine Shop
  • Carpentry Shop
  • Welding Shop
  • Foundry Shop
  • Black Smithy Shop
  • Fitting Shop
  • Material Testing & Fracture Mechanics Lab
  • FACULTY NAME


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor & Head

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph. D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Machine Design, Fatigue & Fracture, Stress Analysis, Finite Element Analysis

    • EMAIL

      pcgope[at]rediffmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      +91-9411159916 (M)


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Design

    • EMAIL

      drplsah[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      7351858568 (M)


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph. D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Solar Energy, Heat Transfer, I.C. Engines

    • EMAIL

      lvarshney20[at]gmail[dot]com, varshney[at]rediffmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      +91-9457012224


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Automobile and I.C. Engine

    • EMAIL

      vk[dot]vk[dot]gupta[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      8475009777


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Dynamics of Machines

    • EMAIL

      dranadimisra[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9412987010


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Refrigeration and Thermodynamics

    • EMAIL

      akpratihar[at]gmail[dot]com, akp[dot]fme[at]gbpuat-tech[dot]ac[dot]in

    • CONTACT NO.

      +91-9457012225


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Vibrations, Biomechanics

    • EMAIL

      rs[dot]fme[at]gbpuat-tech[dot]ac[dot]in

    • CONTACT NO.

      +91 9411159735


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Heat Transfer, Energy Storage, Wavelets

    • EMAIL

      dr[dot]dsmurthy[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9411324816


    • DESIGNATION

      Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Green Composite, Machine Design, Fracture Mechanics

    • EMAIL

      vks2319[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in

    • CONTACT NO.

      09760825833


    • DESIGNATION

      Associate Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Thermal Engineering, Steam Power Plants, Bio Fuels.

    • EMAIL

      pct[dot]fme[at]gbpuat-tech[dot]ac[dot]in, pct2628[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9412419747 (M)


    • DESIGNATION

      Assistant Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Fracture Mechanics, Experimental Stress Analysis

    • EMAIL

      neerajbisht30[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      9760995811


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      Assistant Professor

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      Ph.D.

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      Thermodynamics, Thermal Science, Solar Energy

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      krishansai777at]gmail[dot]com

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      9412191868


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      Assistant Professor

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      M.Tech.

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      Fracture Mechanics, Machine Design

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      sonika[dot]chauhan[dot]me[at]gmail[dot]com

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      7579178377


    • DESIGNATION

      Assistant Professor

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      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Fluid Mechanics and thermal science, solar energy

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      bhandarisusheel31[at]gmail[dot]com

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      9410725208


    • DESIGNATION

      Assistant Professor

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      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Material Science, Composites, Material Characterization, Bone biomechanics

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      sakshichauhan9may[at]gmail[dot]com

    • CONTACT NO.

      09717356652


    • DESIGNATION

      Assistant Professor

    • QUALIFICATION

      Ph.D.

    • SPECIALISATION

      Thermal Science, Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Energy Science

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      sandeep2114[at]gmail[dot]com

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      09917113355




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