BVC Engineering College
Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest engineering disciplines. This subject is concerned with design and manufacture of parts and systems that make up the range of machinery and equipment. Mechanical engineers research, design, develops, manufacture, and test tools, engines, machines, and other mechanical devices. Mechanical engineers also design tools that other engineers need for their work. Mechanical engineers have tremendous career opportunities work in fields like propulsion, power generation, and automotive engineering as well as emerging enterprises, such as sustainable design, energy conversion, biomedical and forensic engineering, and advanced Nano scale materials, manufacturing, agriculture production, maintenance, or technical sales.
Who should take it?
The skills required for mechanical engineers are diverse and emphasize the ability to work in collaborative design teams, technical competence, having a global perspective and an entrepreneurial spirit, sound managerial ability, and an understanding of societal forces governing new product development and the marketplace.
Mechanical engineers have tremendous career opportunities work in fields like propulsion, power generation, and automotive engineering as well as emerging enterprises, such as sustainable design, energy conversion, biomedical and forensic engineering, and advanced Nano stale materials, manufacturing, agriculture production, maintenance, or technical sales.
The department of Mechanical Engineering at B.V.C Engineering College was established in the year 1997. The B.Tech. (ME) Program was duly approved by the AICTE and Government of Andhra Pradesh and affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTUK), Kakinada. 15 batches of students have been graduated so far.
The department is lead by Prof. B. Srinivas, who has 16 years of teaching experience and supported by qualified faculty who obtained their degrees from IIT, IISc, NIT. The department has 40 teaching Faculty, maintaining 1:15 Staff: Student ratio. In the team, there are 4 Ph.D, and 36 M.Techs.
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
M.Tech Advanced Manufacturing Systems
M.Tech Thermal Engineering
Basic Work Shop
Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Lab
Production Technology Lab
Heat Transfer Lab
Thermal Engineering La
Metrology and Instrumentation Lab
Strength of Materials
Automation in Manufacturing
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Refrigeration & Air conditioning
Advanced Manufacturing Systems
Computer Aided Engineering Drawing
Power Plant Engineering
To Place teaching / tutorial material of each subject on the Net to enable students to browse at their own place of learning.
To upgrade the laboratories towards research activities.
To equip the department as a Centre of Excellence in the areas of manufacturing technology Thermal Engineering.
Motivate all the faculty to adopt the latest techniques in teaching and learning process.
Encourage the II & III year students to undergo industrial training for 3 to 4 weeks.
Encourage the II, III & IV year students to present papers in students’ paper Presentation contests.
Encourage Teaching and Technical Staff to pursue the higher education.
Motivate and encourage each faculty to present / author a technical paper / book in a year.
Plan for 100% placement and Higher education.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs):
PEO-1:Design and develop technically sound, economically feasible and socially acceptable mechanical engineering systems to enhance quality of life
PEO-2:Apply modern tools and techniques to address the challenges faced in mechanical and allied fields of engineering
PEO-3:Exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude and demonstrate entrepreneurial skills to achieve individual and organizational goals
( A ) PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)
Engineering Graduates will be able to
Engineering Knowledge:Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
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.
Design and Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the satisfied needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations
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.
Modern tool usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
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.
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.
Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
Individual and Team work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
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.
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 term, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
Life-Long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadcast context of technological change.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (PSOs):
PSO-1: Professional Skills: Students shall have employable skills in three core streams i.e. Design engineering, Thermal & Fluid engineering and Manufacturing engineering
PSO-2: Local needs: Design and develop systems meeting rural and agricultural needs with an emphasis on Coconut Farming, Paddy Cultivation and Aqua-culture
List of Teaching Faculty
|S.No.||Name of the Faculty||Designation||Qualification||Experience in the college||Total Experience||No. of Research Publications|
|1||Dr. THOTA VENKATESWARA RAO||PROFESSOR||Ph.D.||2||15||5|
|2||Dr. MOGANTI SIVA RAM PRASAD||PROFESSOR||Ph.D.||1||30||10|
|3||Dr. S. VIJAYA KUMAR||PROFESSOR||Ph.D.||1||5||9|
|4||Dr. Y. SUJATHA||PROFESSOR||Ph.D.||1||10||11|
|5||Prof. A. RAMA KRISHNA||PROFESSOR||M.Tech.||18||18||19|
|6||Mr. D. SANTHA RAO||ASSOC. PROF.||M.Tech.||17||17||7|
|7||Mr. B. SRINIVAS||ASSOC. PROF.||M.Tech.||9||16||7|
|8||Mr. S. VENKATESWARA RAO||ASSOC. PROF.||M.Tech.||19||24||1|
|9||Mr. B.V. RAJESH||ASSOC. PROF.||M.Tech.||16||16||1|
|10||Mr. G. NARSARAJU||ASSOC. PROF.||M.Tech.||11||16||9|
|11||Mr. Y.V. RAMANA MURTHY||ASSOC. PROF.||M.Tech.||11||14||3|
|12||Mr. G. VENKATESWARA RAO||ASSOC. PROF.||M.Tech.||10||17||21|
|13||Mr. N. VASUDEVA RAO||ASSOC. PROF.||M.Tech.||9||9||1|
|14||Mr. P.V. KRISHNA KANTH||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||7||7||–|
|15||Ms. N.S.G. SARANYA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||5||5||–|
|16||Ms. BALLA SAROJA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||5||5||–|
|17||Mr. B. SRIKANTH||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||4||4||1|
|18||Ms. K. SIRISHA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||4||4||–|
|19||Mr. D. NARENDRA BABU||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||3||1||–|
|20||Mr. K.V.S.D. PHANEENDRA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||2||2||–|
|21||Mr. N. SURYA SANDEEP||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||2||2||–|
|22||Mr. A.V.V.K. RAM KUMAR||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||2||2||–|
|23||Mr. A.S. VARA PRASAD||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||2||2||1|
|24||Mr. K.B.N.V.S. GANESH GUPTA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||2||2||–|
|25||Mr. J. ESWARA MANIKANTA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||2||2||–|
|26||Mr. P.N.V. SATYANARAYANA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||2||–|
|27||Mr. K. RAVITEJA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|28||Mr. K. VENKATESWARA RAO||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|29||Mr. SALADI PRANAV SAGAR||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|30||Mr. U. SATISH NAIDU||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|31||Mr. BOYIPATI SRIDHAR||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|32||Mr. SALADI S.S. KRISHNA KUMAR||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|33||Ms. J.L. PRATHYUSHA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|34||Mr. MANOJ KUMAR SARELLA||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|35||Mr. MUTYALA KONDAYYA NAIDU||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|36||Mr. GANTI VENAKTESWARA RAO||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||8||–|
|37||Mr. B.S.S. PHANI SANKAR||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||4||5|
|38||Mr. GULLAPALLI RAJESWAR||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|39||Mr. N. SANDEEP||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|40||Mr. S.R.S. KUKUTESH||ASST. PROF.||M.Tech.||1||1||–|
|S.NO.||BATCH||REGD. NO.||NAME OF THE STUDENT||PERCENTAGE|
|2||1998-2002||98221A0349||S MURALI SRIDHAR KOTIKALAPUDI||83.76|
|4||2000-2004||00221A0306||BATTU B S GANAPATHI||76.18|
|5||2001-2005||01221A0336||PUNYAMANTHULA V R ARUNA||85.90|
|6||2002-2006||02221A0315||KALYAN GURU BUTTE||81.65|
|8||2004-2008||04221A0327||V PHANEENDRA VISSAPRAGADA||86.52|
|12||2008-2012||09225A0302||CHALLA SHYAM PRASAD||77.47|
|13||2009-2013||09221A0323||KARRI SRINIVASA REDDY||84.55|
This club is established on 15th September 2014 in association with EDS Technologies Pvt.Ltd. Bangalore, the authorized academic partners of Auto Desk. Training on various Mechanical Engineering Softwares & certification courses are organized through the club. Also through this club guest lecturers/ talks are arranged in order to bridge the gap between industry and academia.
S.No. Regd.No Year NameCompany
|1||99221A0344||2013||Srinivas Mutchyala||Caterpillar Inc.|
|2||99221A0316||2013||Lalitha Mantha||Infosys Technologies|
|3||99221A0330||2013||Prasanna Kumar Vaddi||LIC of India|
|4||07221A0303||2013||Akula Geetha Bhagyasri||LV PRASAD EYE HOSPITAL|
|5||99221A0302||2013||ANANDA SWAROOP.PETTA||SBC (NAVY ORG),VIZAG|
|6||03221A0355||2013||Venkatesh.D||DURA Automative Services|
|8||01221A0343||2013||Srinivas Tanarapu||Tata AutoComp Systems Ltd.|
|9||01221A0332||2013||pavan kumar velaga||Jindal Steel & Power Limited|
|10||01221A0314||2013||Gokul Nayak Aketi||Tata Technologies (Tata Motors)|
|11||04225A0301||2013||M.V.V. Ramana||CMC Ltd|
|12||04225A0305||2013||M.Surya Pavan Kumar||Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd|
|13||03221A0340||2013||SAMMI KASPAR VEDALA||THERMAL SYSTEMS (HYD) PVT. LTD.|
|14||03221A0360||2013||Annamareddy Yathendra Kumar||Afcons Infrastructure Ltd.|
|15||060M0301||2013||B Malleswara Rao||HAL|
|16||03221A0330||2013||Pavan Kumar Vedula||Hindustan Aeronautics Limited|
|17||03221A0321||2013||Pavankumar Lakshman Chilakamarri||Infosys technologies|
|18||03221A0347||2013||K SUSHIL KUMAR||OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION (ONGC),|
|19||03221A0301||2013||Aditya Jayanthi||Altair Engg|
|23||03221A0318||2013||Kishore Kumar||Air Wind|
|26||03221A0330||2013||Pawan Kumar . K||HAL|
|29||03221A0348||2013||T. Naveen Gowd||SRMT|
|30||03221A0352||2013||N.V.V.S.Sudheer||Universal Bio-Fuels Ltd|