Mechanical Engineering

The department of Mechanical Engineering has come into existence, since the inception of the college, in the year 1985. Present intake of students for B.Tech. program is 180 and 18 for each of M. Tech. programs viz., M. Tech. in CAD/CAM and Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems. The Department is fortified with 36 teaching faculty and 16 supporting staff.  Twelve of the faculty members possess Ph. D. degrees; eight faulty members are pursuing for their Ph. D. degrees, and the rest of the faculty members are with M. E. /  M. Tech. degrees.

The department is equipped with twelve well established labs that give hands on practical knowledge in the subjects. The department also runs PLM- Excellent centre that trains the final year B. tech. students in PLM software. A research lab on Composites testing is established to promote research in that area. APSSDC has sanctioned Siemens skill development center under which, CNC center and Manufacturing welding labs were established, in which, students from Polytechnics and Vocational courses are trained. Relevant licensed softwares like PLM, MAT Lab, Design Expert, Auto CAD, ANSYS Work Bench, CATIA R12, Uni-Graphics NX2.0, Solid Edge V14, CADian, Mechanical Desktop, Inventor-6, Esprit CAM, and Master CAM have been catering to the needs of students and faculty.

VISION

To develop the department into a model center of education and research in the field of Mechanical Engineering and allied areas and to become a significant contributor to the development of industry and society.

MISSION

M1 To impart quality technical education in emerging fields of Mechanical Engineering through balanced academic curriculum in accordance with changing industry requirements.
M2 To establish centers of excellence where students can strengthen their entrepreneurial skills, technical workmanship, and research proficiency.
M3 To provide opportunities/platforms for students to nurture leadership abilities, ethical values; and to enable them learn responsibility and accountability at work.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The educational objectives of the under-graduate programme in Mechanical Engineering at G. Pulla Reddy Engineering (Autonomous) Kurnool are to prepare graduates to possess the ability
PEO1. to apply a broad, fundamental-based knowledge, and up-to-date skills required in performing professional work in Mechanical Engineering and related disciplines.
PEO2. to design works pertaining to Mechanical Engineering, incorporating the use of design standards, realistic constraints and consideration of the economic, environmental, and social impact of the design.
PEO3. to use modern computer software tools to solve Mechanical Engineering problems and explain and defend their solutions and communicate effectively using graphic, verbal and written techniques to all audiences and
PEO4. to become successful entrepreneur or leaders in private/governmental organizations or enter graduate programs in Mechanical Engineering and related disciplines and to pursue lifelong learning and research.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

Mechanical Engineering Program Students will be able to
1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering 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 and design 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 research methods 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 modern engineering 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 assess societal, 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 solutions in 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 of the engineering practice.
9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community 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 the engineering 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 in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Mechanical Engineering Program Students will be able to
PSO1. Understand the concepts of basic Mechanical Engineering and apply their theoretical & practical knowledge to solve problems in Thermal Engineering, Machine Design, Production Engineering and Industrial Engineering.
PSO2. Solve engineering design and manufacturing problems, using CAD, CAE, and CAM tools, along with analytical skills to arrive at the better solutions.

PROGRAM : B.Tech

INTAKE : 180
ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR UG (B.Tech): Scheme-2010           Scheme-2013           Scheme-2017  Scheme-2020   (Revised)

PROGRAM : M.Tech (CAD/CAM)

INTAKE : 18
ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR PG (M.Tech): Scheme-2013      Scheme-2017

PROGRAM : M.Tech (Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems)

INTAKE : 18
ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR PG (M.Tech): Scheme-2013      Scheme-2017

Program : FULL TIME Ph.D

Faculty Profiles

Name of the faculty Dr. B. Srinivasa Reddy
Designation Professor & Principal
Qualifications M.E, Ph.D
Research Interest Thermal Engineering
Name of the faculty Dr. Y.Venkata Mohan Reddy
Designation Professor & HoD
Qualifications M.E, Ph.D
Research Interest Vibrations
Name of the faculty Dr. K. Madhava Reddy
Designation Professor & Dean
Qualifications M.Tech, Ph.D
Research Interest Reliability Design
Name of the faculty Dr. V. Satish Kumar
Designation Professor & COE
Qualifications M.E, Ph.D
Research Interest Industrial Engineering
Name of the faculty Dr. B.Veera Bhadra Reddy
Designation Professor & Training and placement officer
Qualifications M.Tech.,Ph.D
Research Interest IC Engines
Name of the faculty Dr .G. Sankaraiah
Designation Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., Ph.D
Research Interest Industrial Engineering
Name of the faculty Dr. E. Venugopal Goud
Designation Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., Ph.D
Research Interest Production Engineering
Name of the faculty Dr. P. Harisankar
Designation Associate Professor
Qualifications M.Tech.,Ph.D
Research Interest Machine Design
Name of the faculty Dr. G.Suresh Kumar
Designation Associate Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., Ph.D
Research Interest Industrial Engineering
Name of the faculty Dr.H.Raghavendra Rao
Designation Associate Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., Ph.D
Research Interest Production Engineering
Name of the faculty Dr. M. Nagapani Sastry
Designation Associate Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., Ph.D
Research Interest Design Optimization
Name of the faculty Dr. R.Meenakshi Reddy
Designation Associate Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., Ph.D
Research Interest Thermal Engineering, Composite Materials
Name of the faculty Dr.M.Devaki Devi
Designation Associate Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., Ph.D
Research Interest Production Engineering
Name of the faculty Sri V.Mahanandi Reddy
Designation Sr.Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., (Ph.D)
Research Interest Thermal Engineering
Name of the faculty Sri. M.Lavakumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., (Ph.D)
Research Interest Thermal Engineering
Name of the faculty Sri. P.Lakshmi Reddy
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Thermal Engineering
Name of the faculty Dr.B.MadhuSudhan Reddy
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Machine Design
Name of the faculty Sri.E.Siva Reddy
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., (Ph.D)
Research Interest Renewable Energy
Name of the faculty Sri. M.Murali Mohan
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., (Ph.D)
Research Interest Manufacturing
Name of the faculty Sri. Shaik shavali
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Material Science
Name of the faculty Sri. G.Praveen Kumar Yadav
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Refrigeration and airconditioning
Name of the faculty Sri. K.Jayasimha Reddy
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Thermal energy storage
Name of the faculty Sri N. Krishnarjuna Rao
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Production/Materials
Name of the faculty Sri. G. S. GURU DATTATREYA
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Thermal/IC Engines
Name of the faculty Sri. G.Venkatesh
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Thermal
Name of the faculty Dr. DONI MOHANA KRISHNUDU
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest composites
Name of the faculty Dr. P.RAJENDRA PRASAD
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Design
Name of the faculty Dr. V Saikumar Reddy R 
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech., Ph.D
Research Interest Polymer Composites, Waste Water Treatment, CFD, Bio Fuels
Name of the faculty Sri. S MALLESWARA REDDY
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Heat Transfer
Name of the faculty MS.MANDA SREEJA
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Production and Industrial Engineering
Name of the faculty Sri. Bharath Kumar S B
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualifications M.Tech
Research Interest Fluid flow and Heat Transfer Analysis, CFD

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING NON TEACHING STAFF

Board of Studies

Sl.No. External Member Internal Member
1  Dr. A. Gopala Krishna

Professor of ME & Director, In-charge of Innovation Centre, JNTUK, Kakinada

9848620468

agopalakrishna@rediffmail.com

Nominated by JNTUA

Dr.K.Madhava Reddy

Head of ME  & Chairman, BOS

G.P.R.Engineering College

Kurnool

 

 

2 Dr.D.Kondaiah

Professor of Mech Engg

Sreenidhi Institute of Science & Technology, Ghatkesar, Medchal Dist, Hyderabad

dkondayya@sreenidhi.edu.in

9441321532, 9603658111

Nominated by A.C.

Dr.Y.Venkata Mohan Reddy

Professor of Mech Engg

G.P.R.Engineering College

Kurnool

 

3 Dr.V.Diwakar Reddy

Associate Prof of ME

SVU College of Engg, Tirupati

vdrsvuce@gmail.com

9440088282

Nominated by A.C.

 

Dr.V.Satish Kumar

Professor of Mech Engg

G.P.R.Engineering College

Kurnool

 

 

4 Sri.Pavan Ponnaganti

IITK, CEO-Skyfilabs, AICTE member of committee on UGC curriculum in Engg.

pavan@skyfilabs.com / 9739355755

Nominated from Industry

Dr.B.Veerabhadra Reddy

Professor of Mech Engg

G.P.R.Engineering College

Kurnool

 

5 Sri.Sudheer Chindepalli

1992 ME – Head of EIS division, Hyd, TCS

chindepalli.sudheer@tcs.com / 9295042201

Nominated from exp. Alumni

Dr.E.Venugopal Goud

Professor of Mech Engg

G.P.R.Engineering College

Kurnool

 

PROGRAM : B.Tech

SYLLABUS FOR I B.Tech :    Scheme-2010          Scheme-2013           Scheme-2017(Common for All Branches)    Scheme-2020
SYLLABUS FOR II, III, IV B.Tech :    Scheme-2010   Scheme-2013   Scheme-2017    Scheme-2020
MOOCs as equivalent for MLC and Global Elective :      Scheme-2013

PROGRAM : M.Tech (CAD/CAM)

SYLLABUS FOR M.Tech (CAD/CAM):      Scheme-2013      Scheme-2017

PROGRAM : M.Tech (Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems)

SYLLABUS FOR M.Tech (Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems):      Scheme-2013      Scheme-2017

Student Activities:

  • Around 131 MOOC’s courses have been completed by the Students during 2020-2021.
  • Mock interviews are conducted to the final year students for the improvement of the student performance.
  • Students have been actively participated in the Two day Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering with an association of Capricot Technologies Pvt. Ltd., on “MATLAB for Mechanical Engineers” on 14th and 15th of July 2021 in G. Pulla Reddy engineering college (Autonomous)  Kurnool.
  • Students have been actively participated in the Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Employable Skill sets required in Core Mechanical Industries on 26th May 2021 by G.Ajitha Prabu, Director of Kriatec Services Pvt. Ltd., .
  • Students have been actively participated in the Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Foundation of PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) on 9th May 2021.
  • Students have been actively participated in the Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Awareness on Preparation for GATE-2022 on 26th April 2021.
  • Students have been actively participated in the THREE DAY Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Product Data Management on 18th April 2021.
  • Students have been actively participated in the THREE DAY Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Product Lifecycle Management from27th to 29th June 2020 through online.
  • Around 200 students had participated in two day workshop ROBOTICA -2020was organised by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS) SB in association with Department of Mechanical Engineering on 7th & 8th of March 2020 in GPREC, Kurnool. Under ROBOTICA 2020 two topics are covered , one is “HUMANOID” and other is “IOT WITH CLOUD ROBOTICS”.
  • Around 10 Students of VI Semester had participated in the IEEE AHCSSC 2020with the theme Digital Reality, AI and Robotics held at Anurag Group of Institutions, Hyderabad during 3rd to 4th January 2020.
  • A total of 64 Students of VI Semester had attendedTwo day workshop on Applications with MATLAB-2019b held at GPREC Kurnool during 27th and 28th December 2019.
  • A total of 43 Students had undergone a training program on CNC Turning (Foundation Level)in association with A.P.S.S.D.C. at GPREC during 30th September 2019 to 05th October 2019.
  • Around 40 Students had attended Twoday workshop on 3D Printing at IIITDM Kurnool, during 28th to 29th September 2019.
  • Seminars, Quiz competitions, CAD competitions, Essay writing, Poster presentation activities are conducted under IE(I) Mechanical Engineering chapter.
  • Students have got exposure on current techniques being used in the Industries by participating in two day workshop on Non-Destructive Testing and Evaluationin association with Acoustics NDT Services, during 21-22 December, 2018.
  • Total of 31 students and 30 students of V Semester have participated in one week workshops on CNC Programming and on ROBCADrespectively, organized by APSSDC from 29 July, 2019 to 3 August, 2019.
  • One day workshop on ROBOTICS and 3D Printingwas organized by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society on 27 July, 2019 and students of fifth semester have participated in it.
  • Many students have participated in the Blood donation camp organized on 26 July, 2019.
  • Many students presented papers in conferences organized by reputed institutes like IITs and deemed to be universities.

Details of Laboratories:

1. Thermal Engineering Lab

This lab provides knowledge on components of IC Engine, Applying Various Loads on 5 HP Diesel Engine, Mechanical Loading on 5Hp Diesel engine, Multi point fuel injection system, Wind Mill, Reciprocating Compressor.

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2. Workshop

The Engineering Workshop Laboratory consists of the Carpentry, Fitting House wiring, Soldering, Foundry and Black Smithy sections. First year B.Tech Students of the college perform Experiments in the all sections. The Engineering Workshop Laboratory is also used for fabrication of projects by the students for their Mini Project/Major Projects.

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3. Dynamics & Instrumentation Lab

In this lab the students will be able to balance the rotating masses in different planes, verify the magnitude of gyroscopic couple, measure the critical speed of the shaft with fixed end conditions, Measure vibration characteristics of spring mass system, rotor system and damped system, find natural frequency and also able to select proper measuring instrument and know requirement of calibration, errors in measurement, measure pressure, displacement and temperature using instrumentation tutors.

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4. CAD Lab

This lab is used to get students familiarize with various 3D CAD software like AutoCad 2015, CATIA V4 R14 and CREO 2.0.

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5. CAE Lab

Here in this lab students get familiarize with CAE software namely ANSYS 19.2. Students work on APDL and Work Bench platforms.

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6. CAM Lab

This lab gives exposure to the students about Manufacturing simulation, CNC part program generation, part programming verification and Physical Model of the part Program, CNC Machine Tools and 3D Printer.

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7. Material Science and Metallurgy Lab

This lab facilitates the students to learn how to find Grain Fineness Number for a given sample of sand, to find the shear and Compressive strength for a given sand Mould, to determine Hardenability for a given shaft, to get familiarize with the Microstructure of different materials, to perform Spot and Arc Welding.

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8. Machine Tools Lab

This lab is to impart practical exposure on various machine tools used in the industry and to make the student capable of manufacturing components according to given drawings using machine Tools.

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9. Engineering Metrology Lab

This lab offers a practical exposure to students about the usage of relevant instruments for precision measurements required in industry. Available major equipments include Tool Maker’s Microscope, Profile Projector, and Surface Roughness Tester.

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10. Heat Transfer Lab

This lab is to provide the practical expose to the students with regard to the determination of amount of heat exchange in various modes of heat transfer.

Some of the Major equipments are shown below:

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11. Data Base and Computations Lab

This lab is to introduce the students to one Backend application and also to Scientific software tool, Simple Exercises based on ORACLE – SQL*Plus have been included along with few exercises on MATLAB.

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12. Seminar Hall

Air-conditioned seminar hall with a minimum of 100 seating capacity is available in department. They are well equipped with Podiums and Projectors. Events such as departmental meetings, seminars/symposia etc., are organized here.

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Details of Computer facility in ME Department:

Number of Computer centers 2
Number of Computers 156
Number of Printers 3
20 KVA UPS 2
Number of Computer Servers 2

List of Licensed Software:

Drafting Software: CADIAN 2002 Auto CAD 2015

Modelling Software: Mechanical Desktop 6 Catia V5 R12 SOLIDEDGE V14 UNIGRAPHICS-NX 2.0 AutoDesk Inventor-6 CREO 2.0

Metallurgical Software Metallurgical Imaging Software

Database Software

SQL * Plus

 

Analysis Software: ANSYS – R19.2 MSc NASTRAN 2004-R3 MSc ADAMS 2005 ALGOR Multi Physics R4

CAM Software: CREAT BOAT Software for 3D Printing, EDGE CAM

Funac – CUTViewer for CNC Programming

Design Expert –V10

Decision Tools Suite

Espirit CAM Master CAM CNC tutor V.I. Software

MATLAB Software

Department Achievements:

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering is accredited by NBA valid till 2022-2023.
  • Department is recognised Research Center under JNTUA, Anantapuramu.
  • The B. degree in Mechanical Engineering is accredited by the Institution of Engineers (India).
  • The ME department has MoUs with the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Adroitec Engineering solutions Pvt. Ltd.
  • Most of the faculty members have published their research works in reputed journals/ presented at conferences. The number of publications in SCI/SCI-E/ESCI journals is 15 and that in Scopus indexed journals is 14 during 2020-21.
  • Faculty members have successfully completed NPTEL courses of their interest that are deemed FDPs to upgrade their knowledge.
  • Around 80 offers are secured by the students of 2020-2021 in the companies TCS, COGNIZENT, INFOSYS, ACCENTURE, BYHUS, HUNDAI, JAI RAJ ISPAT, DXC.
  • Four students have been Qualified in GATE 2021.
  • A TWO day Online WEBINAR had been organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering with an association of Capricot Technologies Pvt. Ltd., on “MATLAB for Mechanical Engineers” on 14th and 15th of July 2021 in G. Pulla Reddy engineering college (Autonomous)  Kurnool.
  • A FIVE DAY Online WORKSHOP had been organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering with an association of Kriatec Services Pvt. Ltd., on Advanced SIMULATION of Machining using EDGE CAM from 5th to 10th   July  2021 in G. Pulla Reddy engineering college (Autonomous)  Kurnool.
  • A FIVE DAY WORKSHOP had been organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering with an association of P.S.S.D.C. on CNC Programming from 21th to 25th June 2021 in G. Pulla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous) Kurnool.
  • A WEBINAR had been organised by Department of Mechanical Engineering on Employable Skill sets required in Core Mechanical Industries on 26th May 2021 by Ajitha Prabu, Director of Kriatec Services Pvt. Ltd., through online in G. Pulla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous): Kurnool.
  • A WEBINAR had been organised by Department of Mechanical Engineering on Foundation of PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) on 9th May 2021 through online in G. Pulla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous), Kurnool.
  • A Online WEBINAR had been organised by Department of Mechanical Engineering   on Awareness on Preparation for GATE-2022 on 26th April 2021 through online in G. Pulla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous), Kurnool.
  • A Online WEBINAR was organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Product Data Management on 18th April 2021 through online in G. Pulla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous), Kurnool.
  • A THREE DAY Online WEBINAR was organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Product Lifecycle Management from27th to 29th  June 2020 through online in G. Pulla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous) , Kurnool.   Read More…

Faculty Achievements:

  • R. Meenakshi Reddy received the National Adroit Teacher – 2021 award from Green ThinkerZ.
  • Under the guidence of Y.V.Mohan Reddy One scholar awarded Ph.D from JNTU Anantapur.
  • Under the guidence of B.VeeraBhadra Reddy One scholar awarded Ph.D from JNTU Anantapur.
  • Under the guidence of R.Meenakshi Reddy two scholars awarded Ph.D from JNTU Anantapur.
  • B.Madhusudhan Reddy received the Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from JNTU Anantapur.
  • R.Meenakshi Reddy had published a patent on “Drink ware Capable Of Storing Thermal Energy For Longer Period “ (202041011191, Publication Date : 12/06/2020).
  • A Patent was published by R.Meenakshi Reddy on “Energy efficient Dry Cooling System for Thermal Power Plants” (202141000668, publication date 15/01/2021).
  • A Patent was published by R.Meenakshi Reddy on “Fabrication and characterization of LM9 alloy reinforced with coconut shell ash particles”, (202141017688, Publication Date: 23/04/2021).
  • R.Meenakshi Reddy had filled the Design Patent on “Duster with chalk holder” and “Phone case with camera protection” and waiting for acceptance.   Read More…

Students Achievements:

  • Around 80 offers are secured by the students of 2020-2021 in the companies TCS, COGNIZENT, INFOSYS, ACCENTURE, BYHUS, HUNDAI, JAI RAJ ISPAT, DXC.
  • Four students have been Qualified in GATE 2021.
  • Around 131 MOOC’s courses have been completed by the Students during 2020-2021.
  • Students have been actively participated in the Two day Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering with an association of Capricot Technologies Pvt. Ltd., on “MATLAB for Mechanical Engineers” on 14th and 15th of July 2021 in G. Pulla Reddy engineering college (Autonomous)  Kurnool.
  • Students have been actively participated in the Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Employable Skill sets required in Core Mechanical Industries on 26th May 2021 by G.Ajitha Prabu, Director of Kriatec Services Pvt. Ltd., .
  • Students have been actively participated in the Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Foundation of PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) on 9th May 2021.
  • Students have been actively participated in the Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Awareness on Preparation for GATE-2022 on 26th April 2021.
  • Students have been actively participated in the THREE DAY Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Product Data Management on 18th April 2021.
  • Students have been actively participated in the THREE DAY Online WEBINAR organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on Product Lifecycle Management from27th to 29th June 2020 through online.  Read More…