division was started when the industry felt a need for automation
and found lacking in specialized individual.
aim of the Division of Manufacturing Process and Automation Engineering
is to provide a coherent education and intensive training program
to the students in the aforesaid branch with adequate facilities
in various laboratories and workshops, which are being developed
to fulfill the requirement of the course. Efforts are also being
made to develop some special laboratories to pursue research in
thrust areas of Manufacturing Technology.
Objective of this laboratory
· Imparting students
with practical knowledge of latest design to manufacturing and tooling
· Emphasize & teach the importance of analysis driven
design process for better productivity.
· Industry relevance to enhance career opportunities of students.
· Equipping the students with modern tools to facilitate
· Developing NSIT as an engineering consultant.
· Research and Development.
It is one of the most
popular laboratories of the institute presently equipped with number
of DELL workstations. Laboratory is also equipped with adequate
number of peripheral devices such as printers, projectors, scanner,
Some of the best software
such as NX, CATIA for mechanical design, analysis
and automation applications are being used by the undergraduates,
which offer excellent employability in India as well as abroad.
System (FMS) and Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Lab.
laboratory has two trainer CNC machines (Denford, U.K.), a Mitsubishi
Robot having 5-degrees of freedom, a linear slide on which robot
moves and other supporting equipment. Students get hands-on experience
in programming and working with CNC machines, robot and linear slide
for the robot, completely integrated under a control of single computer.
A host computer uses information in an integrated manner to create
a fully automated shop floor. Besides this, hardware type experiments
with Software simulation provides unique opportunity to the students
to understand the principles and design involved. Some training
programmes in the area of "Operation And Programming Of CNC
Machines " have also been organized for the industrial and
other institution personnel during the last few years.
Presently there are four
shops besides the Machine Tools Lab.
It has semi automated
lathes, millers, cutters and grinders. Experiments are designed
in such a way that student get a feel of actual working condition.
tools are available for training the students. Drilling, Power Saw
and grinding units are also installed to serve as ancillary units
to facilitate work connected with cutting, drilling and grinding.
welding shop has been established with facilities for Electric Arc
and gas welding. Flame cutting unit is also available.
Sheet Metal Shop
A sheet metal shop has
been established but with limited facilities at present. However,
it is expected to augment these shortly.
Shop with update facilities for Sand testing and machine molding
installed in it. Melting and di casting facilities are also available.
A welding lab has been
established which is equipped with an Automatic Submerged Arc Welding
unit and Automatic Metal Inert Gas (MIG).
A Material Testing Lab.
has been established to provide facilities for testing of material.
Presently the lab is equipped with Vickers hardness testing, Rockwel
Hardness testing, Impact Testing, Erichsen Testing Machines, and
Tensile Testing Machine.
The aim of this laboratory
is to make the students understand the importance of precision measurements.
In view of its industrial relevance, Metrology laboratory has special
importance in engineering education. In this laboratory exposure
to work on high precision measuring instruments is provided, to
make the students familiar with principles, operation and application
of measuring techniques. The laboratory is equipped with following
- Profile projector
- Floating carriage
diameter measuring machine
- Tool maker's microscope
- Slip and angle gauges
- Complete range of
hand held precision measuring instruments
- Electronic and pneumatic
Efforts are being made
to continuously upgrade the laboratory by the induction of other
sophisticated instruments to broaden the scope of work in the laboratory
for R&D work.
lab has two divisions one deals with Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics
and the other with Applied Mechanics. In the first, experiments
being conducted are mainly based on the determination of discharge
and other parameters using Bernoullis theorem and continuity equation.
Equipment under this section include Orificemeter, Venturimeter,
Rotameter, Pope friction apparatus, laminar flow appratus and notch
apparatus. All apparatus are closed - circuit type. In the section
of Applied Mechanics, experiments are performed to understand the
basic theories of Applied Mechanics. Some of the related instruments
include screw jack, worm and worm wheel, bell crank lever, simply
supported beam etc.
laboratory has all the basic facilities to conduct experimental
work related to mechanics, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. Experiments
based basic principles related to force/stresses on structure; Bernoulli's
theorem, Nature of Laminar and Turbulent flow, friction in the pipes;
Thermodynamics and Power cycles are conducted. The laboratory also
makes use of different modern flow measuring devices. Efforts are
being made to upgrade some conventional equipment with modern computer
This laboratory is developed
to imbibe practical hand in the subject of Theory of Machines and
Mechanisms. Here students get practical exposure of following mechanisms
- CAM Analysis Machine
- Generation Involute
- Inversion of four
- Elliptical Trammel
- Whirling of shaft
- Static and Dynamic
- Motorized Gyroscope
- Universal Governor·
Vibration Analysis Equipment
- Epicyclic Gear Train
and Torque holding Apparatus
- Slip and Creep Measurement
- Coriollis Component
of PLC's, Motors (Stepper, servo etc.), Pneumatic and Hydraulic
drives to create systems that resemble current industrial systems
- Dr. Sachin Maheshwari,
Professor & Head ; E-mail : email@example.com
- Sh. D.K. Singh, Lecturer Selection Grade, Associate Head
- Dr. Sanjay Kumar
Chak, Assistant Professor
- Dr. Vijayant Aggarwal,
- Dr. S.K. Jha, Lecturer
- Sh. Sanjay Gupta,
- Sh. A.V. Muley, Senior Lecturer
- Dr. Shankar Singh,
Senior Lecturer (Mech. Workshop) (On lien)
- Sh. Pradeep Khanna,
Lecturer (Mech. Workshop)
- Sh. Aditya Kumar,
- Sh. Rajesh Purohit,
- Sh. C.S. Verma, Lecturer (On lien)
Apart from the facullty
and students the deptt consists of a committed non-teaching staff
including lab assistants, technitians, clerks etc. Their detailed
listing is available here