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The Department of Mechanical Engineering started functioning in 2004, two years after the inception of the College. Currently, the department offers a four year UG program in Mechanical Engineering and is affiliated to APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University. UG program in Mechanical Engineering attracts bright and aspiring students every year and is designed to provide solid foundations for careers in industry, research, and academia. The department has highly qualified, experienced and dynamic faculty members with specialization in Thermal Engineering, Machine Design, Materials Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, Industrial Engineering and CAD/CAM. THe department is equipped with most modern infrastructure and state of art laboratories to undertake high-end teaching, research and developmental activities.The department has well equipped seminar and drawing halls, department library and remarkable computing facilities with the latest software like Pro-E, Catia Solidworks etc. The department is vibrant with several activities, both academic and  cultural round the year.

 

 Milestones

  • 2004 Course started, affiliated to Calicut university –Intake 60
  • 2007 Lateral admission started with an intake of 6
  • 2011 ISO certified
  • 2011 Intake increased to 120
  • 2015 Affiliated to A P J Abdul Kalam Technological university
  • 2016 Accredited with NBA for B.Tech Mechanical Engineering

Long term goals

  • To make a full fledged Department offering UG, PG and Doctoral programs in all main streams of Mechanical Engineering.

Short term goals

  • To start PG programs.
  • To improve the infrastructural facilities viz. additional lab buildings, equipments and software.
  • To enhance employability and placement of students.
Course
Vision

To provide quality education of international standards in Mechanical Engineering and promote professionalism with ethical values, to work in a team and to face global challenges

Course
Mission
  • To provide an education that builds a solid foundation in Mechanical Engineering.
  • To prepare graduates for employment, higher education and enable a lifelong growth in their profession.
  • To develop good communication, leadership and entrepreneurship skills to enable good knowledge transfer.
  • To inculcate world class research program in Mechanical Engineering.
Course
Programme Educational Objectives
  1. Graduate Engineers shall have strong practical and theoretical exposure in the field of Mechanical Engineering and will contribute to the society through innovation and enterprise.
  2. Graduate Engineers shall have global outlook and technological leadership, good employments or opt for higher studies/research and have creative thinking to initiate and develop innovative ideas.
  3. Graduate Engineers shall have excellent teamwork, communication and interpersonal skills, having high morals and ethical values.
Course
Programme Outcomes

 

     PO 1.    Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

     PO 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.

     PO 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.

     PO 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.

     PO 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.

     PO 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.

     PO 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.

     PO 8.    Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

     PO 9.    Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

   PO 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.

   PO 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. 

   PO 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.

Course
Programme Specific Objectives

PSO 1: Graduates would be able to apply their knowledge in the domains of manufacturing, fluid and thermal sciences to solve engineering problems.

PSO 2: Graduates would be able to apply the principles of design and analysis on product design with the help of modern CAD/CAM tools.

PSO 3: Graduates would be able to apply the basic principles of engineering and management practices in various practical fields to engage themselves in research/ Industry/Society.

Mechanical engineering is one of the evergreen branch among all the branches of engineering. It is also one of the oldest branches of engineering. This field of engineering is considered as the broadest of all engineering fields and in addition, job prospects on offers for skilled Mechanical Engineers are plenty and unending. Mechanical Engineering deal with the concepts of mechanics, thermodynamics, robotics, kinematics, structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, power generation, refrigeration, air conditioning, aerospace and many more. Mechanical engineers are required to design, test, manufacture, install, operate and maintain a wide array of machines and mechanical systems that are used in industries and also are engaged iin various projects particularly in installation of Mechanical, Civil and Electrical engineering field equipments and as a result is expanding beyond its boundaries and become more of interdisciplinary in nature. With the advent of latest technological innovations, new opportunities are budgeoned into existence for mechanical engineers such as nanotechnology, development of composite materials, biomedical applications, environmental conservation etc Mechanical engineers can find employment in both government as well as private sector. Skill sets of mechanical engineers and their job roles are going to be the biggest driving force behind product development, innovation, patents and quality of manufacturing in India. There is also an equal rise of opportunities outside India, as almost all the inventions that we are seeing involves the application of mechanical engineering in one way or the another.

Some of the most necessary prerequisite skills of a mechanical engineer are:

 Attention to even the minute details

 This is a mandatory feature that every mechanical engineer should develop and considered as a major competing factor. In an industry mechanical engineers have to be attentive towards the possibility of arising any trivial mistakes and at the same time to ensure absolutely precise measurements such that the final product is picture perfect.

 Team building skills

In mechanical engineering field, you would never be able to survive as a lone wolf and that is why you need to be collaborative and have the essence of team building inside you.

 In-depth analysis and problem solving

 An ideal mechanical engineering graduate should have the ability to break down any problem into smaller segments, analyze them and find the solution.

 Duties of Mechanical Engineers include but not limited to:

• Analyze problems to see how mechanical and thermal devices might help solve a particular problem.

• Design or redesign mechanical and thermal devices or subsystems, using analysis and computer-aided design.

• Investigate equipment failures or difficulties to diagnose faulty operation and to recommend remedies

• Develop and test prototypes of devices they design

• Analyze the test results and change the design or system as needed

• Oversee the manufacturing process for the device

Sales and Marketing

Project Execution

Purchase

Maintenance

Management etc.

 In general, the job profile of mechanical engineers can be classified into the following segments.

 Research and Development (R&D):

 This is an exciting role and the job responsibilities involve developing new products & design by doing market research and implementing them to find out the possibilities. This will be a very good choice if you are interested to learn new things and explore latest technologies.

 

Design:

This job role involves the design and creation of technical drawings and design criteria either manually or with the aid of computers. This will be an ideal role for you if you are good in analysis, visualization of mechanisms, creating engg. drawings and computer software.

 Production:

 This job role mainly involves the supervision of manufacturing process of components and machines. If you are interested in manufacturing process and want to get experienced with the techniques involved in production this will be a promising field.

 Analysis & Testing:

 The job role is to analyze & test the different types of machines and their parts to ensure that they don’t have any faults and function flawlessly. This will be a very good option for you if like to get experienced in the production process.

 Installation:

 This role involves the application knowledge of professional to integrate sub-assemblies and install machines and mechanical parts at industries and client locations. This role mostly requires application knowledge. So, if you are the one who is good at application and not in the theory, then this will be the right field for you.

 Maintenance:

 The primary role involved in this job is to ensure that the machinery is working as per the specifications without any faults. Most of the core industries have a dedicated team who do the maintenance of their products, machines, and equipment. This role also requires more of practical and application knowledge.

 Some of the industries that take in lots of mechanical engineers into their process are follows:

 Automobile Industry:

 Automobile industry is one of the fast growing industries that offer a variety of opportunities for mechanical engineers in research & development to maintenance. All the top automobile industries have already begun to invest lots of money on developing self-driving autonomous cars, pod-based transportation, bullet trains etc.Top recruiters for automobile engineers include Toyota, Ashok Leyland, Maruti Suzuki, Renault, Audi, Bajaj Auto, Volkswagen, etc.

 Aerospace Industry:

 Aerospace Engineering is one of the most challenging and interesting fields of engineering. Aerospace engineers find a number of job opportunities in the aviation sector, spacecraft manufacturing and, defense organizations. As an aerospace engineer, you will be employed in designing, testing or manufacturing of high tech, reliable and robust aircrafts, hypersonic aircrafts, satellite launch vehicles as well as missiles. Many Govt. organizations like ISRO, DRDO, HAL hire aerospace engineers. Aerospace is one of the fields of Mechanical Engineering that has good scope in defense sector. Aerospace engineering is an ever-evolving field full of opportunities in the future and with more and with more private players emerging into the scene, job prospects for aerospace engineers are getting better. Mechanical engineers will have a predominant role to play in this sector, as these mostly dependant on the design and manufacturing of heavy machinery and components. Skills in aerodynamics, aeromodelling principles etc. are essential to pursue a career in this industry.

 Steel Plants:

 India was the world’s third-largest steel producer in 2016. The steel industries are having a phenomenal growth mainly due to the large availability of raw materials domestically. This market is growing by 10 % every year making it one of the largest contributors to India’s economy. There is a lot of scope for mechanical engineers in this sector, and the job role offered varies from production to maintenance. Mechanical engineers who have good knowledge of metallurgy and material science can opt to work in this sector.

 Thermal Plants:

Power industries are considered to be the greatest contributor to the economic development and industrialization in India. New power generating stations are being installed all across the country to meet the growing energy demands. This particular industry has a significant importance in the present scenario and will continue to play an important role in the power development for the years to come. Mechanical engineers who are good at thermodynamics, heat & energy transfer subjects can opt to work in this sector and will find it as a challenging career.

 Shipping Industry:

 Shipping industries play a crucial role in the Indian economy, as 90% of the nation’s trade by volume is done via sea. India has been the largest merchant shipping fleet among the developing nations. Currently the shipping industry offers job opportunities for thousands of engineers in India, the maritime industry is constantly evolving and striving for increased innovation. It is evident that there will be more requirements for mechanical engineers in the coming years. Mechanical engineering students who are interested to take up installation and maintenance roles will find lots of opportunities in this sector.

 Mechatronics:

 Mechatronics is one of the trending technologies of today that offers wide variety of job opportunities for mechanical engineers. As it is a multidisciplinary field that integrates the mechanical engg. concepts and electronics. A lot of mechanical engineers would be needed to meet the industrial requirements. All the major industries of today have already started implementing solutions that would result in automation and improving efficiency of their product manufacturing. Mechatronics is one such solution that the industries prefer to reduce the human interaction and improve efficiency. From film industries to the manufacturing plants, more mechanical engineers would be needed to work on the mechatronics field.

 Robotics Industry:

 Robotics is the current technological innovation in which many of the industries are investing lot of time and resources. Mechanical engineers also play a major role in this innovative technology as more mechanical skills are needed for implementation. From automated assembly plants to carrying out logistics, robotics are assisting us in every step to reduce and ease the effort that we need to put. This particular reason makes the industries to adapt this technological implementation onto their operations. Therefore for a mechanical engineer with a decent knowledge on electronics/ software has a lot of scope on getting acquainted with this amazing technology.

Other sectors like refinery industries, petroleum engineering, mining, communication industries, construction and renewable energies also offer lots of job opportunities for mechanical engineers. To conclude with, It is one of the best engineering field among all other fields and have a good scope of job avenues in future.

  • Blog
    Participated in Project expo & Idea pitching

    Dany C Denny, Arun George, Harith H of S6ME-A participated in Project expo & Idea pitching conducted by IEDC "Innovate" Ahalia college IIT campus Palakkad.


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    3rd prize in Project expo

    Abel Tomy, Albin Mathew of S6ME-A got 3rd prize in Project expo conducted by IEDC "Innovate" Ahalia college IIT campus Palakkad.


  • 2nd prize in Paper Presentation

    Abel Tomy, Albin Mathew of S6ME-A got, 2nd prize in Paper presentation conducted by Energy club - Ahalia college IIT campus Palakkad.


  • International conference on Advancements in Mechanical Engineering (ICAME 2019) - Challenges towards Sustainable Development

    International conference titled “International conference on Advancements in Mechanical Engineering (ICAME 2019) - Challenges towards Sustainable Development” on April 10-11, 2019 at Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jyothi Engineering College, Thrissur.


    All the accepted papers will be published in conference proceedings and selected papers will be published in SCOPUS INDEXED JOURNALS.

    1. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery (SCIE Indexed)
    2. FME Transactions (Scopus Indexed)
    3. International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (Scopus Indexed)
    4. Journal of Advanced Engineering Research (Google Scholar Indexed)
    5. Transactions on Innovations in Science and Technology (Google Scholar Indexed)


  • Blog
    ISTE Best Student Award

    Mr. Bernad of Final year Mechanical Engineering recieved ISTE Best Student Award from ISTE Kerala Section during State Annual Student Convention held at NIT Calicut.


  • Mr. Palakkad - 3rd Prize

    Mr. L Pranesh of Final year Mechanical Engineering student secured 3rd Prize in Mr. Palakkad (75Kg) Competetion held in Feb 2019


  • An Invited Talk

    An expert talk was delivered to S8 ME (2016-2020 Batch) students on “ Problems in Welding Industries” by Mr. Varun Menon Nallur , Marketing Manager, Mentrodes Pvt. Ltd. on 27/02/2019.


  • Blog
    Brailleon - 2nd Prize

    A low cost Braille Printer, Project by Bernad KB(Final year Mechanical Engg Student) & team got Second Prize in Technology Conclave at Pooram International Hotel organized by MSME & DIC, Thrissur on Feb 2019.


  • Blog
    SAE INDIA Inauguration

    The inauguration ceremony of AMES and SAE india held on on 27-10-2018, in the Decennial Hall.  The chief guest for the occasion was Mr. R Harikrishanan, Head, Thermal Design Division, VSSC.


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Mechanical Engineering Lab

This lab has heat transfer, refrigeration and air conditioning experimental setups. Heat transfer experiments include free convection, forced convection, composite wall, and heat exchange apparatus. Mechanical engineering lab of Seventh semester is conducted in this lab.

Thermal Engineering Lab

This lab incorporates experimental setups for the performance testing of IC Engines, air compressor, refrigeration etc. In IC engines they could study about various performance tests on engines. This laboratory helps the student to learn in more about the automobile components and also about the performance parameters of engines. The experiments are conducted in 2 stroke and 4 stroke engines which were actually in use. Thermal engg lab is conducted for fourth semester students.

CAM Lab

Main facilities of this lab include CNC machines (both lathe and milling machines), Programmable Robotic Arm and supercomputing facilities. CAM Lab of seventh semester is conducted in this lab.

CAD Lab

This lab has altogether 36 numbers of desktops with specification includes Lenovo Think Centre Edge 72 - Intel Pentium Core i3 - 3120 Processor / 4 GB DDR3 Memory/ 500 GB HDD / 18.5" TFT Monitor / USB Keyboard & Mouse. Other facilities include Canon LBP 3500 A3 Printer & Sony DX 100 LCD Projector. The design software available includes latest modeling and analysis softwares for designing and computational calculations. Cad Lab of seventh semester is conducted in this laboratory.

Fluid Mechanics Lab

This Lab is intended to make the students aware of the all the aspects which comes under the fluid flow. The experiments include flow measurement, practical applications of the basic principles of fluid mechanics and the study of major tools used. The fluid mechanics lab comprises of the performance tests of pumps and load tests on turbine test rigs.

Manufacturing Technology Lab-II

Applications of Mechanical and Electronic Instruments in Process industry are studied. The lab is equipped with various measuring and control equipment like Pressure Gauge, Temperature Measuring Devices, Torque Sensor, Displacement Measuring Device, Various Strain gauges, Speed measuring Device, stroboscope, Force measuring Device, etc

Manufacturing Technology Lab - I

This lab emphasizes the use of different types of machines used in production field and makes the students apt for the industry. To study the principle of operation, work holding and different operations of reciprocating machines like slotter and shaper. This lab acknowledges the scope of Computers in production technology and different expert systems used in manufacturing.

The Mechanical Department Library holds a varied collection of educational aids in the field of Mechanical Engineering as well as project reports and seminar works carried out by the students. It offers an open access to all most all of its collections for those who are interested in it.

 

SL.No

ITEM

YEAR

TOTAL

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

 

 

 

 

1

MAIN PROJECTS

13

13

18

14

8

9

11

20

24

23

23

 

 

176

2

MINI PROJECTS

94

14

 

 

 

 

108

3

SEMINARS

427

122

122

122

 

 

793

4

TEXT BOOKS

537

248

28

40

10

 

863

5

SPIRAL BIND TEXT BOOKS

38

 

 

 

 

 

38

6

MAGAZINES

2

 1

 1

 

 

5

7

NEWS LETTERS

 8

 2

 

 

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Staff in Charge: Mr. Sheik Afthab

AMES, Association of Mechanical Engineering Students' of JECC, aims to play a pivotal role in the development of students as engineers by various out-of-curriculum and extracurricular activities. AMES aims to inculcate among its members an awareness and appreciation of the various disciplines of not just Mechanical Engineering but also other relevant fields. By way of its activities AMES aims to be a platform for all the students of JECC in general and particularly of the students of ME department. AMES seeks to be an active organization of the ME department at JECC which promotes their career interests.

 

ABOUT US

AMES, Mechanical Engineering Students Association, one of the earliest of technical students Association at Jyothi Engineering College established in 2005. Mr. Manoj Kumar V.K, Assistant Professor,ME is the first official Faculty advisor of AMES appointed by the Prof K.C John HOD,ME. Mr. Geevas Moncy & Mr. Sreekanth were the first President and Vice-President respectively. Right now, we have various different sub-committees which are consistently monitored by the executive committee. Today, ASME with its highly dedicated executive committee under the able guidance of faculty advisor and HOD is committed to achieve its goals.

GOALS/OBJECTIVES

  • To focus on the cutting edge technology and present it to the students in an interesting manner by means of lectures/talk, articles and workshops.
  • To bridge the gap between theoretical and practical/field knowledge.
  • Promoting the interests of students in various technical areas pertaining to mechanical engineering.
  • Giving relevant information to students to sustain their interest in their field-specific applications of ME.
  • Providing students of the department with relevant knowledge of other fields, given the inter-disciplinary nature of ME.
  • Interacting with other technical societies, within and outside the institute to promote flow of knowledge and interest.
  • To promote the interaction between academia and industry.
  • To encourage novel ideas by means of special projects. 

  • Office Bearers
    • President : Bernad KB (S8 ME 2016-2020- A-Batch)
    • Vice President : Sibin Sreenivas (S8 ME 2016-2020- B-Batch)
    • Secretary : Vishnu C (S8 ME 2016-2020- B-Batch)
    •  Joint Secretary : Jacob (S6 ME 2017-2021- A-Batch)
    • Treasurer : Arunraj KM (S8 ME 2016-2020- A-Batch)

  • Executive Members
    • Bilal Noushad (S8 ME 2016-2020- A-Batch)
    • Lakshmi Kumar (S8 ME 2016-2020- B-Batch)
    • Sangeeth (S8 ME 2017-2021- B-Batch)
    • Abel Tomy(S6 ME 2017-2021- A-Batch)
    • Arjun (S4 ME 2018-2022- A-Batch)
    • Joyal Varghese Jacob(S4 ME 2018-2022- B-Batch)

  • Staff Incharge
    • Mr.SUNEETH SUKUMARAN  
    • Mr. ANTO ZACHARIAS 

     

     

    http://www.jecc.ac.in/professional_bodies/sae


  • Activities

    ASSOCIATION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS & SAE India- ACTIVITIES

     

    Academic year: 2018-2019

    S.NO

    ACTIVITY

    RESOURCE PERSON

    DATE

    1

    SAE INDIA Inauguration

    Mr. R Harikrishanan

    Head, Theraml Design Division

    VSSC

    27-10-2018

    2

    Expert Talk on Heat transfer in satellite launch vehicles

    Mr. R Harikrishanan

    Head, Theraml Design Division

    VSSC

    27-10-2018

    4

    Interactive session with a scientist

    Mr. R Harikrishanan

    Head, Theraml Design Division

    VSSC

    27-10-2018

    5

    Expert Talk on problems in welding Industry

    Mr. Varun Menon Nallur,

    Marketing manager, Mentrode Ltd.

    27-02-2019

     

    Academic year: 2017-2018

    S.NO

    ACTIVITY

    RESOURCE PERSON

    DATE

    1

    Workshop on Autodeskfusion 360

    Cad Centre Thrissur

    26-08-2017

    2

    SAE INDIA Inaguration

    Mr. M. Radhakrishnan Menon

    Founder & CEO

    Global Aerosports

    04-11-2017

    3

    Expert Talk on Aerospace Engineering and Job Opportunities

    Mr. M. Radhakrishnan Menon

    Founder & CEO

    Global Aerosports

    4-11-2017

    4

    Workshop on Non Destructive Testing

    United NDT training & Inspection centre, Kochi

    10-11-2017

     

     

     

    Academic year: 2016-2017

    S.NO

    ACTIVITY

    RESOURCE PERSON

    DATE

    1

    SAEINDIA Collegiate club inauguration

    Mr.Sudheer Mohan

    Director - Wipro Technologies 

    24-09-2016

    2

    Expert Talk on Expert Talk on Technology

    Mr.Sudheer Mohan

    Director - Wipro Technologies

    24-09-2017

    3

    AGORA 16’: A 48 HOUR HACKATHON

    Topic: Geriatric Care & Management

    Mr.Sudheer Mohan

    Director - Wipro Technologies

    Mr.Nirmal George

    Co-Founder Build next

    23-09-2016

    to

    24-09-2016

    4

    Technical Magazine

    Volume 1

    May 2016

    5

    Alumni Talk on Job opportunities in MEP & HVAC

    Mr. Geo P John

    MEP & HVAC Expert 

    02-03-2017

    6

    FDP on Reverse Engineering

    Dr. R Ramakrishnan,

    VIT University, Vellore

    Mr.Joseph V. A

    Technical Head, Kyeesha Techno Solutions

    Mr.Shiju George

    Founder, Kyeesha Techno Solutions

    Mr.Omkar Upadhyay

    Director, Cimtrix Systems (P) Ltd, Bangalore

    Mr.Nijesh Nandan

    CAD Engineer, CADD Centre Thrissur

    31-03-2017

    to

    01-04-2017

    7

    Technical Magazine

    Volume 4

    March 2017

     

    Academic year: 2015-2016

    ü  AMES initiated to formulate SAEINDIA Collegiate Club Jyothi Engineering College and it recognized on 2015-2016 Academic year.

    ü  SAEINDIA Collegiate Club of Jyothi Engineering college was officially formed during the academic year 2015-2016. Prof.Varughese Job and Mr.Christy V.Vazhappilly are the faculty advisor during this period.

    ü  AMES in association with SAEINDIA publishes technical magazines which includes the project works of under graduates of mechanical engineering department every year in two volumes starting from 2015.

    S.NO

    ACTIVITY

    RESOURCE PERSON

    DATE

    1

    SAEINDIA Collegiate club inauguration

    Dr. S. Karunanidhi

    Scientist ‘G’ and Director, Control Systems Laboratory, Research Centre Imarat (RCI), DRDO,Hyderabad.

    22-01-2016

    2

    Expert Talk on Mechatronic Systems

    Dr. S. Karunanidhi

    Scientist ‘G’ and Director, Control Systems Laboratory, Research Centre Imarat (RCI), DRDO,Hyderabad.

    22-01-2016

    3

    FDP- Robotics and Industrial Automation

    Dr. A.P Sudheer, Assistant Professor, NIT Calicut.

    Mr.P.Suresh, Senior Research Fellow, IIT Madras & Former Div.Manager TATA Motors.

    Mr.Sreekanth M, Research Fellow NIT Calicut.

    Mr.P.Suresh, Senior Research Fellow, IIT Madras & Former Div.Manager TATA Motors.

    Mr.Jobin Varghese, Research Fellow NIT Calicut

    10-02-2016 to

    11-02-2016

    4

    Expert Talk on Vidya Science of happiness

    Dr. S. Karunanidhi

    Scientist ‘G’ and Director, Control Systems Laboratory, Research Centre Imarat (RCI), DRDO,Hyderabad.

    26-02-2016

    5

    Expert Talk on Application of FEM in Biomedical Engineering

    Mr. C Karunakaran,

    Lead Instructor,

    MAHA Industrial Skill Development Centre, Vellore, Tamil Nadu.

    11-03-2016

    6

    ADD ON COURSE - Sheet Metal Design Using SOLIDWORKS

    Mr.Lippin Pauly

    Assistant Professor/ME

    Jyothi Engineering College

    Mr.Christy V.Vazhappilly

    Assistant Professor/ME

    Jyothi Engineering College

    ADD ON COURSE- Total Number of Students: 26

    From

    16-03-2016

    (30 hrs training)

    7

    Technical Magazine

    Volume 1

    2015

    8

    Technical Magazine

    Volume 2

    March 2016

     

    Academic year: 2014-2015

    ü  Association inaugurated on August 10th 2013 by Dr.MR Sreedharan Nair, Rtd.principal of GEC Thrissur and followed by a key note address on the topic of “current issues in Technical Education”.

    ü  Conducted a tutorial class about six sigma on 24-01-2014 by the expert s from Appolo tyres Ltd.Perambra as the part of Technical fest THARANG 2014.

    ü  Skill development program on “PCB Design and fabrication “Headed by prof.C Karunakaran on 30th August-1st September 2013(In association with IEEE student branch).

    ü  Skill development program on “Mechanics with MATLAB” on 17-18th November.

    ü  ASME certification course for three days on “Design and Fabrication of Pressure Vessels” was conducted by Sri P.G.Shah, Authorized ASME Training Faculty, from 14th to 16th October 2014 by organized the course for Mechanical Department in association with AMES.


  • 2019
    1. Mr. Bernad K B of final year Mechanical A batch has been selected as ISTE Best Student Award State level – ISTE Kerala chapter in the year 2018-19 .
    2. Mr. L. Pranesh of Final year Mechanical B has secured 3rd Prize in Mr.Palakkad(75Kg) Competition held in Feb 2019
    3. A low cost Braille Printer, Project by Bernad KB(Final year Mechanical Engg Student) & team got Second Prize in Technology Conclave at Pooram International Hotel organized by MSME & DIC, Thrissur on Feb 2019.

  • 2018
    1. Mr. Pretish Joseph K. of second year Mechanical B batch has secured a Guinness World Record  for the largest display of Crochet Sculptures , held in January 2018.
    2. Dr. Deepanraj of ME department got young national researcher award for the year 2018.
    3. Mr. Calwin J. Kundukulam of Mechanical Mechanical (Batch - 2013-17) secured Fourth Rank in Calicut University.
    4. Mr.Thimohy Raphael, Nithn MK, Nijad,Martin Paulson got second prize in Project Expo held at Vidya institute of science and Technology.
    5. Lakshmi Kumar, S6 ME B and second prize Mr. Abhishek Vijay. S6 ME A in Essay writing competition held in the College.
    6. The following Ranks / positions secured from 2013-17 Batch in Calicut university results:

    University Rank/Position

    Name of the student

    4

    CALWIN.J.KUNDUKULAM

    23

    ALWIN JOSE ALAPPATTU

    23

    BIMAL BASTIN,

    23

    SUDHEESH SUKUMARAN

    25

    ALBERT V X

    33

    ARAVIND M.S

    37

    KRISHNAPRASAD T.S

    40

    JOSEPH CHARLES

    53

    JAIK FRANCIS

    53

    JINO JOSHY

    54

    EDWIN JOSEPH

    54

    JOHN THOMAS

    54

    JOMIN JOHNSON

    59

    JERIN JOSEPH JOHN

    60

    MEBIN DEVASIA

     

    1. Lawrance C A Participated in 4th national conference on technological advancements in engineering, at sreenarayana guru college of engineering and technology, Kannur, 16th- 17th march 2018,. Sensor operated automatic ramming machine.
    2. Mr. Sreejith K., APME along with students of S8 ME (2014-18) presented a paper entitled “Thermo Acoustic Refrigerator” in KETCON-2018 held at Sahrdaya College of Engineering& Technology, Kodakara.
    3. Mr. Sreejith K., APME along with students of S8 ME (2014-18) presented a paper entitled “Design and Fabrication of Thermo Acoustic Refrigerator” in the 3rd National Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology  held at Malabar College of Engineering And Technology  on 25th March 2018.
    4. Mr. Sreejith K., APME along with students of S8 ME (2014-18) presented a paper entitled “Intelligent Braking System for Automobiles” in national conference on Latest Trends in Mechanical Engineering held at NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad from 6th to 8th April 2018.
    5. Mr. Sreejith K., APME along with students of S8 ME (2014-18) presented a paper entitled “Design and Fabrication of Thermal Acoustic Refrigerator” in national conference on Latest Trends In Mechanical Engineering held at NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad from 6th  to 8th  April 2018.
    6. Mr. Sreejith A. along with students of S8 ME- A (2013-17) published a paper entitled “Effect of Anti-Oxidant on the Performance and Emission Characteristics of Diesel Engine Fueled with Bio Diesel Blending” in IJIRSET journal.
    7. Mr. Sreejith K., APME along with students of S8 ME (2014-18) exhibited project titled “Design And Fabrication of Thermo Acoustic Refrigerator” in ZAAGA 2k18, National level technical fest organized in Ahalia School of engineering and Technology from 2nd to 3rd  March 2018.
    8. Mr.Jithin K Kuriakose, Mr.Melvinraj C R along with five students of Mechanical Engineering presented paper titled “Design of Spiral Tube Heat Exchanger” in KETCON-2018 held at Sahrdaya College of Engineering& Technology, Kodakara.
    9. Mr.Jithin K Kuriakose, along with five students of mechanical engineering presented paper titled “Design of Spiral Heat Exchanger” in 4th National Conference on Technological Advancement in Engineering held at Sree Narayanan Guru College of Engineering& Technology, Payyanur.
    10. Mr. Christy V Vazhappily, APME along with students of S8 ME (2014-18) presented a paper entitled “Design And Fabrication of  Tilting Vehicle” in national conference on Latest Trends In Mechanical Engineering held at NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad from 6th  to 8th  April 2018.
    11. Christy V Vazhappilly along with students (Akhil Paulson, David Andrews .P, Geeverghese K Thambi, Jefin Babu . E, Jithinraj V.B).presented paper in 4th International Conference on Advancement in Engineering, Applied Science and Management (ICAEASM-2018) organized by (ICSSR, Chandigarh) Indian Council of Social Science Research , North West Regional Centre , Panjab University Campus Chandhigarh (India) on 1st July 2018.
    12. Mr. Sukesh O P., APME along with students of S8 ME (2014-18) presented a paper entitled “Experimental investigations of Frction Stir Processing Of copper” in KETCON-2018 held at Sahrdaya College of Engineering& Technology, Kodakara.
    13. James Edwin Prince Maikad, Alex Thomas, Fredy C Thomas, Gilbert C Thomas, Joseph John (Students of Mechanical Engineering 2014 batch) presented paper titled “Design of Spiral Tube Heat Exchanger” in KETCON-2018 held at Sahrdaya College of Engineering& Technology, Kodakara.
    14. James Edwin Prince Maikad, Alex Thomas, Fredy C Thomas, Gilbert C Thomas, Joseph John (Students of Mechanical Engineering 2014 batch)  presented paper titled “Design of Spiral Heat Exchanger” in 4th National Conference on Technological Advancement in Engineering held at Sree Narayanan Guru College of Engineering& Technology, Payyanur.

  • 2017
    1. Mr. Suvish T.K. of S5 ME-B secured first position in poster making competition held at Hyderabad as a part of NSS National integration camp in the year 2017.
    2.  Mr. Bernard KB student of Mechanical Engg became winner of “MANORAMA YUVA MASTERMIND” award in the academic year 2017-18
    3. Ms. Sushmitha S of Mechanical Engineering (Batch - 2012-16) secured First Rank in Calicut University.
    4. Mr. Robin Wilson of Mechanical Engineering was selected among 5 members team from Kerala Startup Mission to attend Indian Mobile Congress held @ New Delhi.
    5. Kerala Startup Mission granted Rs. 200000/- for the their idea “Braillex” to Mr.  Bernad K. B of Mechanical Engineering (Batch 2015 - 2019).
    6. Sushmitha S. of Mechanical Engineering Department has been nominated for the Overall Topper Award and S8 Topper Award for the (2012-2016 ME Batch). She got 10.00 SGPA in the Eighth Semester Examination and secured 9.33 CGPA. Albert P Williams, Alex babu, Jeffin, students of S6 ME A and Ronith, student of S6 ME B  got second prize in national level dance competition SHIKARA 2017 conducted at ST Alphonse college Pala.
    7. Bernad K B, Christapher M V K, Jeffin Johny, Dr. Gibin George, won first prize in KETCON 2017 for their paper titled "An Automated System for Speed Control and Easy Reading of Sign Board on Automobile Dash Board" under the session Automobile, Aircraft and Ship technology.
    8. Jithin Shaju, Sony Thekkiniyath, John Prince, Kapil Dev E J, Ajith Thilakan of S8 MEB and Asst Prof Arun Raj A published paper titled "Review On Thermal Energy Storage And Its Applications" IN International Journal of Innovative Research in Science,  Engineering and Technology,Vol. 6, Issue 1, January 2017,ISSN 2319-8753
    9. Mr. Nithin MK. of S8ME-B, awarded the “Best Outgoing Student” of Mechanical Engineering Batch during the Academic Year 2017-2018.
    10. A paper tilteld “Design of heat exchanger”  authored by James Edwin Prince Maikad, Alex Thomas, Fredy C Thomas, Gilbert C Thomas, Joseph John (Students of Mechanical engineering 2014 batch) along with Mr.Jithin K Kuriakose(AP-ME), Mr.Melvinraj C R (AP-ME)has been published in  International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) Volume 4, Issue 10 , October  2017.
    11. Mr.Praveen M V of S7 ME won II prize in Freedom quiz and Bernard K B of S5 ME won III prize in painting competition conducted by NSS.
    12. Mr. Sreejith A. along with students of S8 ME- A (2013-17) published a paper entitled “Effect of Anti-Oxidant on the Performance and Emission Characteristics of Diesel Engine Fueled with Bio Diesel Blending” in IJIRSET journal.
    13. Mr. Sreejith K. & Mr. T R SreeSastha Ram, APME along with students of S8 ME-B (2013-17) published a paper entitled “Experimental Investigation of a Household Refrigerator Using Evaporative Cooled Condenser” in IJES journal.
    14. Mr. Praveen Raj, APME along with students of S8 ME-A (2013-17) published a paper entitled “Finite Element Analysis of Wheel Rim using Abaqus Software” in IJERA journal.
    15. A paper tilteld “Design of heat exchanger  authored by James Edwin Prince Maikad, Alex Thomas, Fredy C Thomas, Gilbert C Thomas, Joseph John (Students of Mechanical engineering 2014 batch) has been published in  International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) Volume 4, Issue 10 , October  2017

  • 2016
    1. Rahul M student of S4 ME B won first prize in 200m, 400m race and third prize in100m race. Also won a title of individual champion of sports day 2016 in sports day conducted at Jyothi engineering college.
    2. Varun Menon student of S6 ME B and team won first prize in techathelon by ICT ACADEMY and UST global at technopark Trivandrum
    3. Krishnadas M, Kiran B Chirayath, Joel J Manjaly, Joemon Benny, Joseph Anto students of S8 ME B got second prize in SRISHTI Project expo conducted at Jyothi engineering college.
    4. Krishnadas M,Kiran B Chirayath,Joel J Manjaly,Joemon Benny,Joseph Anto students of S8 ME B got best start up project award by federal bank.
    5. Krishnadas M,Kiran B Chirayath,Joel J Manjaly,Joemon Benny,Joseph Anto students of S8 ME B got first prize in project expo conducted by FISAT Karukkutty.
    6. Krishnadas M, Kiran B Chirayath, Joel J Manjaly, Joemon Benny, Joseph Anto students of S8 ME B got best promising start up award conducted by TKM college of Engineering, Kollam.
    7. Ms. Sushmitha S. of S8ME-B, awarded the “Best Outgoing Student” of Mechanical Engineering Batch during the Academic Year 2015-2016.
    8. Ms. Sushmitha S. of S8ME-B won the “Sunny Diamonds Excellence Award” for being selected the best all-rounder for the Academic Year 2015-2016.
    9. John Thomas,Ronald Pauly,Sachin Peter,Vasyan K S,Bezaleel Sebastian,(S8 ME B) Anto Zacharias (AP ME, published paper entitled "Design and fabrication of square hole drilling machine" in  Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Application ISSN : 2248-9622, Vol. 6,Issue 11, ( Part -1) November 2016, pp.75-79
    10. Navneeth Prabhakar and  Parikshith Krishnan students of S5 ME-B and Asst. Prof Arun Raj A presented paper titled "Effect of YSZ Coating on an IC Engine Piston Experimental Analysis" at national conference, Futuristic Advancement in Mechanical Engineering (FAME-2K16), College of Engineering Thalassery  on 8th and 9th of Aug 2016.
    11. Thimothy Raphael, Sharof C Shanavas, Vishnu V S, Vishnukrishnan S of S6 ME B presented paper titled "A Review Of The Designing And Instabilities Of Combustion Chamber Of Various Types Of Jet Engines" second National Conference on Recent Innovations and Advanced Trends in Mechanical Engineering, AVIT chennai on 14/10/2016.

  • 2015
    1. Mr.Lippin Pauly presented a paper entitled “Numerical simulation for solar hybrid photovoltaic thermal air collector” at International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Science and Technology (ICETEST - 2015) held in GEC Thrissur, NOV 15.
    2. Mr.Biju C.V (Associate Professor, ME), was the chief guest of the school science, Art & Craft exhibition EVINCE-2015 on 12-11-2015, at Carmel School, Kulapully.
    3. Jyothi Engineering college staff team won first ALL KERALA INTER COLLEGIATE TEACHER’S CRICKET TOURNMENT for K.J. CHACKO MEMORIAL ROLLING TROPHY and cash prize of RS.25,000.
    4. Tony Kottoor (APME) took leadership in the professional music band “Thamaraserry Chruram” presented in connection with “Tharang -15” cultural activities.
    5. Murali P R, Nithin T N, Rahul M, Ronit Raphel, Nithin N Menon, Suvish T K, Lijoy John, Nikhil J Ukken, Nithin M K students of S4 ME B won first prize in ‘nadodiganam’ in tharunyam arts fest 2016 conducted at Jyothi engineering college.
    6. Ms. Sushmitha S. of S8ME-B, won the “Academic Excellence Award” for scoring 9.63 SGPA in the Sixth Semester B.Tech Examination of University of Calicut held in May 2015.
    7. Ms. Sushmitha S. of S8ME-B won the “Certificate of Proficiency” for securing first place in the Sixth Semester B.Tech Examination of University of Calicut held in May 2015.