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 Shashikant Pawar

Dr. Shashikant S. Pawar
Head of Department

Department of Mechanical Engineering
shashikant.dbit[at]dbclmumbai.org
022-25042424 / 25040508
(Ext : 234)

 

H.O.D.’S DESK

Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and core branches of engineering. Traditionally it has three streams namely Thermal, Design and the Manufacturing streams, and the curriculum has subjects belonging to all the three streams. With advancement of technologies in the past few decades, interdisciplinary subjects are being introduced in the curriculum, for example, integration of Electrical and Electronics Engineering with Mechanical engineering has given rise to Mechatronics, Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing is a result of integration of Computer Engineering with Mechanical Engineering etc. We are constantly upgrading not only our knowledge and skills but also the laboratories and infrastructure to cater to these changes. The department relies heavily on its qualified and experienced faculty members and the skilled laboratory and workshop technicians for all its activities, academic or otherwise.

Our primary goal is to impart the basics or fundamental, and advanced engineering knowledge/skills to the students to make them ready for Industry 4.0. The emphasis is also on the hands on experience or learning by doing. We also have introduced aspects of research at the undergraduate level. Students are involved in the research and consultancy work undertaken by faculty members. Many of our students who opt for higher studies in India and abroad have found our training immensely useful.

Increase in the demand of skilled Mechanical Engineers in different sectors/industries is expected in near future (Source: Deloitte). ‘Make in India’ policy of the current Government also seems promising for the Mechanical Engineers. There are always going to be opportunities, however, to be successful we need to learn the basics very well, understand how to apply them in a given situation and always be adaptive to the changes in the technologies. I am sure that with the kind of training and overall grooming given at DBIT, our every student will become a successful Mechanical Engineer and an asset to the society.

Upcoming Events

ISHRAE DBIT Students Chapter of Mechanical Engineering Department invites you for the "ISHRAE DBIT Student Council - Installation Ceremony for the Academic Year 2020-21" under ISHRAE THANE CHAPTER for the Academic Year 2020-21 on 29th August 2020, which will be followed by a technical talk cum interactive session on "Myths and Facts of HVAC and Psychometry" by "Mr. Subodh R Moghe".

Mr. Subodh R Moghe has an experience of 21 years in the Industry of Refrigeration unit design, Cold storages, Liquefaction of plants and HVAC system design.

It's going to be a highly interactive session where in he'll be answering various question posed by our council and clearing doubts on the myths/facts/notions regarding HVAC.

Date: 29th August, 2020
Time: 6 PM Onwards

To join in, register in advance on the link given below, you will receive a confirmation email containing the meeting details
Please Click here for Registration!

Webinar on "IPR & Innovation" 💡
By Dr. A.S. Rao
President , Indian Innovators Association
Ex- Advisor, Ministery of Science and Technology, Govt. of India

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Objectives :
✅ To realize the power of Ideation, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in becoming the independent and self-propelled economy
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Date : 2nd July 2020 🗓️
Time : 11AM To 12:30 PM 🕚

No Registration Fee 🆓
E - Certificates will be provided🏅

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Webinar on "Harnessing The Power Of Body Language"👥
by Dr. Poonam Ojha, an Experienced Soft Skill Trainer For Engineering And Management Students, Faculty And Corporates
Objectives :
✅ To improve understanding and awareness of non verbal expressions used in communication.
✅ To learn how to better read and respond to your own and others body language.

Date - 1st July 2020🗓️
Time - 11AM To 12:30 PM🕚

No Registration Fee🆓
E - Certificates will be provided🏅

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CONTACT:

Department Of Mechanical Engineering,
2nd Floor, B Wing,
Don Bosco Institute Of Technology Premier Automobiles Road, Opp. Fiat Company, Kurla (W), Mumbai- 400 070
Telephone – 022-25042424 / 022-25040508
International –(+91)-22-25040682
email – dbit[at]dbit.in

 

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