Friday, June 13, 2008

Bihar 's Engineering (Technical) Colleges


Region: North State: Bihar

1. 720-73-202/RC/94



Dr. C. R. Partap
Tel. No. 0641 - 400467
Fax No. 0641 – 400467

Branch :




Tel. No. 0641 - 23372


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HAJIPUR - 844 101 (BIHAR)


Dr. Vijay Kumar
Tel No. :- 044 – 22311071
Fax :- 044- 22347120
E-Mail :
Web :-



PATNA - 800 002. BIHAR


Prof. (Dr.) K.P. Singh
Tel No: 0612-266553,
Fax No: 0612-2250348




Dr. R.C. Das ‘Vikal’
Tel No: 06454-240433, 240434
E-Mail I.d.


6. 720-73-208/RC/94



Dr. M. P Jakhanwal
Tel No: 0621-2262148,
Fax No: 0621-2262148


7. 720-73-212/RC/94



Shri J.K.Lal
Tel No: 0612-3254248,
Fax No: 0612-2596238, 3208862
E-Mail I.d.


8. 06/03/BIH/ENGG/2004/001

BIHAR - 841 226


Prof. (Dr.) Zahiuddin Ahmad
Tel No: 06154-247746, 247048
E-Mail I.d.


9. 06/03/BIHENGG/ 2007/ 020


Dr. S. Singh


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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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011-26510068 Admin/19
Shri B Mani Staff Officer bsmani at nic dot in 011-26590412 Admin/19
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Dr V Rao Aiyagari Science & Engineering Research Council venktesh at nic dot in 011-26590285
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Dr YP Kumar International S&T Cooperation ypk at nic dot in 011-26590410
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Dr Laxman Prasad Technology Development & Transfer laxman at nic dot in 011-26590218
(TF)011-26510686 Hall C/4
Shri R Saha Science and Society Program raghav at nic dot in 011-26590241
(TF)011-26964793 Hall C/1
Shri Anuj Sinha National Council for Science & Technology Communication sanuj at nic dot in 011-26590219
(TF) 011-26866675 Hall C/21
Dr R SivaKumar Natural Resources Data Management System siva_k at nic dot in 011-26590308
(TF) 011-26519530 Hall I/8
Shri Sanjay Pandey Controller of Accounts pansan at gmail dot com (TF)011-26962962
Hall K


Shri Sanjiv Nair Jt Secretary sanjiv dot nair at nic dot in 011-26590265
(F)011-26515637 Admin/7
Smt. Madhu Wadhawan Sinha Director mw_sinha at yahoo dot com 011-26524894 011-26590429 Admin/1A
Shri Rakesh Bhartiya Director cpio-dst at nic dot in 011-26590456
011-26962743 Admin/8
Shri AS Nagi Deputy Secretary 011-26590254
011-26523989 Hall A/14
Dr (Mrs) Suman K Aggarwal Deputy Secretary sumankeshari at gmail dot com 011-26590433
011-26611772 Admin/IB
Shri SP Katnauria Under Secretary spkatnauria at yahoo dot co dot in 011-26590501 Hall E/1
Mrs Latha Gopakumar Under Secretary lathag dot kumar at nic dot in 011-26590321 Hall E/5
Shri LK Chawla Under Secretary lkchawla618 at yahoo dot com 011-26590422 Hall A/17

Disaster Management Cell

Dr Akhilesh Gupta Scientist G gakhilesh2002 at yahoo dot co dot in
akhilesh dot g at nic dot in 011-23351208
(F)011-23316745 Admin/10
Dr Devendra Singh Scientist D ds dot chahar at nic dot in 011-26590595
011-26510490 Admin/10
Dr. Konga Gopikrishna Scientist C kongagopikrishna at yahoo dot com 011-26590595 Admin/10A

Good Laboratory Practice

Shri R Saha Head raghav at nic dot in 011-26590241
(TF)011-26964793 Hall C/1
Mrs Ekta Kapoor Scientist C ekta dot kapoor at nic dot in 011-26590242 Hall C/13
Dr S P Verma Jr. Analyst 011-26590520
Sh CS Nayak Jr. Analyst

Hindi Section

Shri Nilambar Pandey Joint Director (OL) hindi at nic dot in 011-26590201
(TF)011-26522245 Old Tifac/2
Shri Harkesh Meena Asstt. Director (OL) hkmeena at nic dot in 011-26590274
(F)011-26522245 Old Tifac/18

Integrated Finance Division

Shri K.P. Pandian Jt. Secretary & Financial Advisor kp_pandian at hotmail dot com 011-26590491
(TF)011-26513883 Admin/25
Shri SC Chawla Director scchawla_49 at rediffmail dot com 011-26590552 Admin/5
Shri Bir Singh Deputy Secretary 011-26590211
011-26519518 Admin/5A
Shri BK Mahanta DDO,DST bk dot mahanta at nic dot in 011-26590234 Cash Section
Shri R K Agarwal Under Secretary 011-26590399 Hall D/5
Shri Brij Bhushan Under Secretary 011-26590226 Hall E/4
Shri KK Arora Section Officer 011-26590233 Old Tifac/43
Shri MA Prabhakaran Section Officer 011-26590299 Old Tifac/43
Smt Jaswant Kaur Assitant 011-26590506 Hall D

International Divisions

Shri YP Kumar Head ypk at nic dot in 011-26590410
(F) 011-26862418 Admin/7A
Dr AK Sood Scientist G drak dot sood at nic dot in 011-26963159
011-26590272 Hall D/1
Dr BK Jain Scientist G jainbk at nic dot in 011-26590413
(TF) 011-26961583 Admin/9
Mrs Sadhana Relia Scientist G srelia at nic dot in 011-26590460
011-26602216 Admin/4D
Dr Rajiv Sharma Scientist G rajivdst at nic dot in 011-26590489
(TF)011-26967357 Admin/4A
Dr Jagdish Chander
Scientist F jchander at nic dot in 011-26590432
011-26868242 Admin/15A
Dr Naveen Vashisth Scientist C nvasishta at nic dot in 011-26590449
011-26602189 Admin/2B
Shri Rajiv Kumar Scientist C rajivarc at nic dot in 011-26590454
011-26862503 Admin/7C
Shri RK Sharma Scientist C sharma_rk at nic dot in 011-26590244 Admin/4B
Shri B K Jain Section Officer 011-26540484 Admin/2A


Dr Ishraq Ahmed Head ishraq dot ahmed at nic dot in 011-26590440 Hall I/1
Shri JK Pathak Scientist D pathakjk at hotmail dot com 011-26590441 Admin/15C
Dr Susheela Negi Scientist B susheela dot n at nic dot in 011-26590622 Old Tifac/45

Library Services

Shri Chander Prakash Scientist F cps5007at nic dot in 011-26590343
011-26960074 Hall J/1
Shri N P Rawale Jr Documentation Officer nprawale at yahoo dot com 011-26590246 Library/4

NCSTC Division

Shri Anuj Sinha Head sanuj at nic dot in 011-26590219
(TF) 011-26866675 Hall C/21
Dr VB Kamble Scientist G vbkamble at nic dot in 011-26590222 Hall C/9
Mrs Shashi Ahuja Scientist F ahujas at nic dot in 011-26590309
011-26960207 Hall C/2
Shri Chander Mohan Scientist F chanderm at gmail dot com 011-26590355
011-26523011 Hall A/8
Dr MK Patairiya Scientist F mkp at nic dot in 011-26590238
011-26537976 Hall C/3
Dr DK Pandey Scientist E dkp at nic dot in 011-26590251 Hall C/8
Mrs Ujjwala T Tirkey Scientist D ujjwala26 at gmail dot com, ujjwala26 at yahoo dot co dot in 011-26590377 Hall C/7
Shri Pamposh Kumar Scientist D pamposh at nic dot in, pamposh dot kumar at gmail dot com 011-26590473 Old Tifac/23
Mrs Indu Puri Scientist C indupuri5 at gmail dot com, indupuri5 at yahoo dot com 011-26590237 Hall C/10
Dr Asit Chakrabarti Scientist C a dot chakrabarti at nic dot in 011-26590337 Hall C/11
Shri Rajesh Pathak Jr. Analyst rajeshp at nic dot in 011-26590355 Hall A/8

NEB Division

Shri HK Mittal Head hkmittal at vsnl dot com 011-26590314
(TF)011-26517186 Hall A/7
Dr BK Shukla Scientist G bk dot shukla at nic dot in 011-26590215
(TF) 011-26854416 Hall A/5
Shri Neeraj Sharma Scientist G neerajs at nic dot in 011-26590223
(TF) 011-26964781
Hall A/3
Shri Sujit Banerjee Scientist F sujit at nic dot in 011-26590312
(TF) 011-26537982 Hall A/6
Dr(Mrs) Anita Gupta Scientist E anigupta at nic dot in 011-26590213
011-32997059 Hall A/4
Shri Praveen Roy Scientist C praveen dot roy at nic dot in 011-26590316 Hall A/10
Dr. Neelima Alam Scientist C alam_ne at yahoo dot com 011-26590467
Old Tifac/41
Shri RK Joshi Jr. Analyst rcjoshi64 at nic dot in 011-26590350 Hall A

NRDMS Division

Dr R SivaKumar Head siva_k at nic dot in 011-26590308
(TF) 011-26519530 Hall I/8
Shri PS Acharya Scientist F psa at nic dot in 011-26590557 Admin/5C
Dr KR Murali Mohan Scientist F On Deputation
Dr Bhoop Singh Scientist F bhoopsingh at nic dot in 011-26590361
011-26523577 Hall D/12
Dr D Dutta Scientist E ddutta at nic dot in 011-26590202 Hall D/18
Mrs Nisha Mendiratta Scientist E nisha67 at nic dot in 011-26590497 Hall C/16
Shri OP Gaba Scientist C opgaba at yahoo dot com 011-26590444 Old Tifac/16


Dr Laxman Prasad Head laxman at nic dot in 011-26590218
(TF)011-26510686 Hall C/4
Shri R Chetal Scientist G rchetal at nic dot in 011-26590267
(TF)-26525541 Old Tifac/1
Shri P Arora Scientist F parora at nic dot in 011-26590331
001-26523432 Hall D/7
Dr AN Rai Scientist E On Deputation
Mrs Namita Gupta Scientist E namita at nic dot in 011-26590371 Hall D/19
Shri C Rajadurai Scientist B crdurai at rediffmail dot com 011-26590250
(TF)011-26862512 Hall C/5

Office of Controller of Accounts

Shri Sanjay Pandey Controller of Accounts pansanjay at gmail dot com (TF)011-26962962

Hall K
Smt Sanchita Shukla Dy.Controller of Accounts sanchu74 at rediffmail dot com 011-26563059 Hall K
Shri PC Gupta A.O.(Admn.) pcgupta2004 at Indiatimes dot com 011-26856126 Hall K
Shri Kaushlesh Kumar PAO(DST) 011-26960130 Hall K
Shri RC Saxena Sr A.O. 011-26511766 Hall K
Shri Sinsin War A.O (Budget) 011-26590229 Hall K
Shri VK Mahindru A.O.(Internal Audit) 011-26962962 Hall K
Shri Keshav Dev A.O(RPAO, Jaipur) jajoreapraksh at yahoo dot com 0141-2225349
Shri AK Guha Sr. A.O.(RPAO, Kolkatta) rpao-soi-kolkata at yahoo dot com 033-22878657
Shri Bharat Bhushan PAO (CPAO, Dehradun) cpaoddn at yahoo dot co dot in 0135-2657329
Shri GB Bhaskar Sharma PAO (RPAO, Hyderabad) rpao-soi-hyd at yahoo dot co dot in 040-24650192

Science & Society Division

Shri R Saha Head raghav at nic dot in 011-26590241
(TF)011-26964793 Hall C/1
Dr Vinita Sharma Scientist F vsharma at nic dot in 011-26590339
(TF)011-26534738 Hall I/7
Dr VC Goyal Scientist F vikasc dot goyal at nic dot in 011-26590298
011-26535938 Hall I/11
Dr DR Ram Scientist F dram at nic dot in 011-26590462 Old Tifac/30
Mrs Sobhana Bhaskaran Scientist D sobha at nic dot in 011-26590383 Hall I/4
Shri Sunil K Agrawal Scientist C sunilag at nic dot in 011-26590301 Hall I/6
Dr Usha Dixit Scientist B usha dot dixit at nic dot in 011-26590322 Hall H/6
Shri Rajinder Singh Scientist B
Shri. Mahinder Singh Jr. Analyst

SERC Division

Dr V Rao Aiyagari
Head venktesh at nic dot in 011-26590285
(TF)011-26963695 Above Library/17
Dr RC Srivastava
Scientist G rchandra at nic dot in 011-26590239
(TF)011-26961916 Hall J/7
Dr B Hari Gopal
Scientist G bghari at nic dot in 011-26590370 Admin/16
Dr Praveer Asthana
Scientist G pasthana at nic dot in 011-26590376
011-26520680 Hall J/2
Dr R Brakaspathy
Scientist G rbpathy at nic dot in 011-26590270
011-26522815 Hall J/4
Dr A Mukhopadhyay
Scientist G tsd at nic dot in 011-26590445
(TF) 011-26602193 Old Tifac/27
Dr PK Malhotra
Scientist G idpkm at nic dot in 011-26590457
(F) 011-26963695 Old Tifac/39
Dr BP Singh
Scientist G bpratap at nic dot in 011-26590302
011- 26521865 Hall J/16
Shri V Raghupathy
Scientist G vragpath at nic dot in 011-26590209
(TF)011-26602224 Hall C/15
Shri RK Tayal
Scientist G tayal at nic dot in 011-26590230
011-26512463 Hall D/4
Dr D R Prasada Raju Scientist G On Leave
Dr P Sanjeeva Rao Scientist G psrao at nic dot in 011-26590469
011-26512514 Admin/29
Shri SS Kohli
Scientist F sskohli at nic dot in 011-26590499 Hall C/18
Shri Rambir Singh Scientist F rambir at yahoo dot com 011-26590332 Hall D/20
Dr M Prithviraj Scientist F prithvi at nic dot in 011-26590289 Hall D/10
Shri Milind Kulkarni
Scientist E milind at nic dot in 011-26590478
011-26510828 Old Tifac / 7
Dr Rita Banerjee
Scientist E ritab at nic dot in 011-26590540 Hall J/3
Dr Vinod Kumar
Scientist E vinodkumar at nic dot in 011-26590369 Hall J/ 15
Dr C Sivaji Scientist E sivaji at nic dot in 011-26590342 Old Tifac/17
Dr Amitava Roy
Scientist E amitava at nic dot in 011-26590208
(F) 011 - 26963695 Hall J/15
Dr TR Aggarwal
Scientist E trajp at nic dot in 011-26590236
011-26602224 Hall C/14
Shri Sudershan S Rao
Scientist D ssrao at nic dot in 011-26590245
Above Library/13
Shri M Mohanty
Scientist D
mohantym at nic dot in
(F) 011-26961916 Hall H/3
Shri I Chakraborty
Scientist C indranil dot at nic dot in 011-26590452 Old Tifac/ 13
Dr HB Singh
Scientist C haribsingh at nic dot in 011-26590273 Hall J/14
Ms Rita Gupta
Scientist C ritagupta at nic dot in 011-26590307 Hall J/13
Shri Doyil T Vengayil
Scientist C doyiltv at nic dot in 011-26590317 Above Library/11
Shri Praveen Kumar S
Scientist C praveen at nic dot in 011-26590353 Above Library/15
Shri RK Joshi
Scientist C rkjoshi at nic dot in 011-26590348 Hall C / 19
Dr A Bhattacharyya Scientist C a dot bhattacharyya at nic dot in 011-26590539 Old Tifac/15
Dr A K Singh Scientist C ashok dot singh at nic dot in 011-26590356 Hall D/15
Shri G Harish Kumar
Scientist C harishkumar at nic dot in
011-26590334 Hall J/10
Shri V V Jacob Scientist C jacob at nic dot in 011-26590535 Above Library/12
Dr Umesh Kumar Sharma Scientist C uk dot sharma at nic dot in 011-26590680 Old Tifac/46
Shri Bipin Joshi Scientist C bipin dot joshi at nic dot in 011-26590214 Old Tifac/12
Shri Rajiv Khanna
Scientist C khanna dot rk at nic dot in 011-26590368 Hall D/16
Dr ABP Mishra
Scientist B apmishra at nic dot in 011-26590325 Hall J/11
Shri Gaurav Aggarwal Scientist B On Leave
Shri Satish S Sonwane Scientist B ss dot satish at nic dot in 011-26590483 Old Tifac/11
Shri JBV Reddy
Scientist B jbvreddy at nic dot in 011-26590328 Hall C/12
Shri Pawan Kumar
Jr Analyst pawan dot kumar at nic dot in 011-26590290 Hall J/-
Shri Sunit Minz
Jr Analyst sunit at nic dot in 011-26590330 Above Library/14
Shri JB Nath Jr Analyst
Shri Ramesh Chander Jr Analyst

SMP Division

Shri Sanjiv Nair Jt Secretary sanjiv dot nair at nic dot in 011-26590265
(F)011-26515637 Admin/7
Shri AJ Kurian Director aj dot kurian at nic dot in 011-23316766
011-23714230 Anusandhan Bhawan
Shri Navneet Verma Director navneet dot verma at nic dot in 011-26590563
(TF)011-26569011 Admin/23
Shri BK Raichandani Under Secretary arbk57 at yahoo dot com 011-26590551
011-26864642 Admin / 5B
Shri Rajiv Mahendru Under Secretary 011-26590349 Hall A / 1
Smt Sushma Jain Under Secretary sushammachauhan at rediffmail dot com 011-26590516 Reception Block / 2
Shri CP Katyal Under Secretary cpkatyal at nic dot in 011-26590515 Reception Block / 1
Shri AC Mallick Desk Officer 011-26590518 Reception Block / 2
Shri BK Manthan Desk Officer bk dot manthan at nic dot in 011-26590517 Reception Block / 4

Technology Development and Transfer

Dr Laxman Prasad Head laxman at nic dot in 011-26590218
(TF)011-26510686 Hall C/4
Mrs CP Sehgal Scientist G cpsehgal at nic dot in 011-26590268
011-26961579 Hall D/2
Dr GJ Samathanam Scientist G samathan at nic dot in 011-26590367
011-26862512 Hall D/11
Shri Chander Prakash Scientist F cps5007at nic dot in 011-26590343 Hall J/1
Dr (Mrs) SN Khan Scientist F samadk at nic dot in 011-26590249
011-26523977 Hall C/22
Shri Sanjay Bajpai Scientist E sbajpai at nic dot in 011-26590283
(TF)011-26523027 Old Tifac/1(A)
Smt Ritu Bhatnagar Scientist E ritub at nic dot in 011-26590263 Hall J/6
Shri VPS Tomar Scientist C 011-26590224 Hall C/17
Sh Vineet Saini Scientist C vineet dot saini at nic dot in 011-26590372 Hall J/5
Dr (Mrs) Anita Aggarwal Scientist C anita dot a at nic dot in 011-26590541 Above Library/10
Shri Rajeev Sharma Scientist B rajeevsharma at nic dot in 011-26590310 Hall C/20
Mrs Rajni Rawat Jr. Analyst rajni at nic dot in 011-26590212 Hall J/8
Ravinder Gaur Jr. Analyst rgaur at nic dot in 011-26590373 Hall A/13

Technology Development Board - Interface

Dr Laxman Prasad Head laxman at nic dot in 011-26590218 Hall C / 4
Mrs CP Sehgal Scientist G cpsehgal at nic dot in 011-26590268 Hall D / 2

Posted by Er. Alok Kumar # 09304313201 to Prof. ( Er.) Alok Kumar -
National President - "Shaktishali "YUVA SENA( Youth Brigade

Thursday, May 22, 2008

RIT Koderma

Er.Alok Kumar ( Prof. Alok Kumar) ,

Sr. Lecturer - Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

Mobile No. # 09470574983

Ramgovind Institute of Technology,
Koderma - Jharkhand - 825409



The following information is to be published in the Information Brochure
besides being hosted on the Institution’s official Website as fixed content.

Name of the Programme : Degree Engnieering

Approved Intake : 240

Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : Rs. 33,800/-

Pass percentage during the last 5 years : Established in 2004
Class started in February 2005

Teacher Student Ratio : 1:11

No. of Faculty Members :85

Cadre Number

Professor : 2 Asst. Professor : 4
Lecturer : 79

Faculty Profile :

Qualification No. of Faculty

Ph.D. : 6
Post Graduate : 17 Under Graduate : 62
Experience of Faculty :

Number of Faculty with

Less than 5 years : 59
5 to 10 years : 8
More than 10 years : 18

Details of individual faculty members :

Name Date of
Birth Qualifications Experience
Profession Research

Dr. V.S. Prasad 02.12.42 B.Sc.Engg., M.Sc.Engg., PH.D. 35 Structures
Prof. Madan Prasad 05.05.42 B.Sc.Engg 33 Electric Machines
Dr.Radhayshyam 21.11.77 B.Sc.,M.Sc., PH.D. 4 Electromagnetics

Prof. N.P.Bandhopadhyay 11.11.50 B.Sc., B.Tech,M.Tech., 31 Instrumentation

Dr. A.P.Burnwal 05.08.63 B.Sc.,M.Sc.,Ph.D. 16 Number Theory
Dr .Arti Mishra 04.10.61 B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D 11 Environmental Science
Dr. Umesh Prasad 23.03.63 B.A., M.A., Ph.D 10 Calculus
Prof. Zahid Zeya 11.02.69 B.Sc.Engg. 2 Manufacturing Process
Prof. Abhishek Kumar 25.05.77 B.Engg Database Mangement
Prof. Rana chokrabourty 10.12.82 B.Engg Neural Networks
Prof. Vishal Kumar 01.01.79 B.E.,M.E. 3 Network Analysis
Prof . K.N.Singh 20.01.60 B.Sc.Engg 18 Measurement Systems
Prof. S.S.Prakash 05.04.65 B.Sc.Engg. 16
Prof. Rajan Kumar 04.11.60 B.Sc.Engg. 16 F.M. Stereo
Prof. Sanjay Kumar 25.03.83 B.Sc.,M.Sc.(Elec) 1 Machine Design
Prof. Sanjeev Kumar 26.03.82 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Krishna Murari 27.02.83 B.Sc. Engg. ODBC
Prof. Rakesh Kumar 09.10.78 B.Engg. Microprocessor
Prof. Tushar Kumar 06.11.81 B.Sc. Engg. 2 Java
Prof. Ranjan Kumar 17.12.82 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Shashank Shekhar 12.07.84 B.Tech. Power System
Prof. Ajay Kumar 01.03.69 B.Engg. Digital Electronics
Prof. Rajesh Chandra 22.06.73 A.M.I.E. 2 Power Electronics
Prof. Kr. Vikram Gaurav 19.09.80 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. R. A. Ranjan 21.12.59 B.Sc. Engg. 15 Instrumentation
Prof. K.K.Jha 21.01.46 B.Sc.Engg 29 Vibration Analysis
Prof. Prabhat Kumar 05.12.78 B.Sc.,M.Sc.(Elec) Elctricity
Prof. Ved Prakash 15.02.78 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Organic Chemistry
Prof. Tanu Mani 06.11.80 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Optics
Prof. Aparna Mukhrjee 06.04.71 B.Sc.,M.Sc.,M.Phil Inorganic Chemistry
Prof. Murari Prasad 04.02.46 B.Sc.Engg 34 Graphics
Prof. Prabhat Ranjan 05.05.81 B.Engg 1
Prof. Rajnish Kumar 01.03.77 B.Sc.Engg Transmission
Prof. R.P.Srivastava 01.01.45 B.Sc.Engg 37 System design
Prof. Abhishek Kumar 26.02.79 B.Sc.Engg Traction
Prof. R.R.Sinha 03.08.54 A.M.I.E. 27
Prof. R.R.Gupta 02.07.67 B.Sc.,M.Sc.
Prof. Abhilasha Sinha 14.02.80 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Chemical Bonding
Prof. Ajay Kumar 25.02.82 B.Sc. Engg. Oracle
Prof. Paras Kumar 25.09.82 B.Sc. Engg. D B M S
Prof. D. Modi 19.6.41 B.Sc.Engg 28
Prof . Raj Rajiv Kant 16.10.62 B.Sc.Engg 4 Power Electronics
Dr. Anant Kumar 09.09.68 B.Sc.,M.Sc., PH.D.
Prof. Om Prakash 06.01.77 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Calculus
Prof. Kr. Vaibhav 18.12.77 B.Engg.
Prof. Vijay Kumar 01.03.79 B.A.,M.A.
Prof. Sanjay Pandey 20.02.68 B.Sc.Engg. Graphics
Prof . Nirbhay Ranjan 25.06.81 B.Engg.
Prof. Ravi Bhushan 01.12.77 B.Sc. Engg.

Prof. Alok Kumar 30.12.73 B.Engg. 9 Marine Engines

Prof. Anjani Kr. Singh 24.11.80 B.Engg. 12
Prof. S.Prakash 31.12.72 B.Sc.,M.Sc.
Prof . Gautam Kumar 04.09.79 B.Engg. 1 Advanced Microprocessor
Prof . Rajendra Kumar 21.05.75 B.Sc.Engg. 12 Industrial Management
Prof. B.B.Bilochan 03.12.83 B.Tech. Stress Analysis
Prof. Barun K. Basu 30.04.65 B.Sc. Engg. 13
Prof. Chnadra Deo Prasad 10.02.74 B.Sc. Engg., M. Sc. Engg. 10 Operating System
Prof. P .Prashar 26.6.84 B.Tech. 2 Power Electronics
Prof. Arbind Kumar 22.03.60 B.Sc. Engg. 15
Prof. Ranjan Kumar 15.01.80 B.Sc. Engg. E.M.F.T.
Prof. C.D. Pandey 05.09.52 B.Sc.Engg 32 Electric Machines
Prof. Hare Krishna 08.04.78 B.Sc. Engg. Oracle
Prof. Mithilesh Kuamr 12.12.76 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Applied Physics
Prof. Pankaj Kumar 05.02.81 B.Sc.Engg
Prof. Sandeep Kumar 03.11.83 B.Engg. Analog Electronics
Prof. Santosh Kr. Sharma 05.11.50 B.Sc.Engg. I C Engines
Prof. Santosh Kumar 23.09.83 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Saroj Kumar 15.10.76 B.C.A.,M.C.A 6 System software
Prof. Vinod Kr. Singh 26.08.76 B.Sc.,M.Sc.
Prof. Y.P.Singh 25.01.79 B.Sc.Engg Disaster Management
Prof. Santosh Kr. Sinha 29.02.78 B.A.,M.A. Linguistics
Prof. Amar Kant Jha 18.04.57 B.Sc. Engg. 20
Prof. Rajiv Ranjan 18.02.81 B.Engg.
Prof. Sandeep Kumar 03.11.83 B.Engg.
Prof. Ashok Pandey 23.02.57 B.Sc. Engg. Automoble Engg.
Prof. Nitesh Kumar 17.07.79 B.Engg.
Prof. Santosh Kr. Sharma 05.11.50 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Pradip Kr Sinha 30.04.48 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Brij Nandan Prasad 01.07.44 B.Sc. Engg. 28 Manufacturing Process
Prof. K P Yadav 03.01.36 B.Sc. Engg. 33
Prof. K C Yadav 06.09.40 B.Sc. Engg. 30 Production Management
Prof. Ifti Khan Ali 01.08.39 B.Sc. Engg. 30 ISO Standardization
Prof. Abhishek Saha 17.07.79 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. O.R.Jaiswal 12.04.58 B.Sc. Engg. 18
Prof. Sandeep Kumar 19.2.75 B.Engg. 3
Prof. Abhishek Anand 01.02.82 B.Engg.
Prof. Shashi Shekhar 01.03.83 B.Engg.
Prof. Neeraj Kumar 01.03.76 B.Engg.
Prof. Kartik Subramanian 17.09.72 B.Engg. 3 Acoustics

Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):

College was established in 2004

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Placement Record for the previous year :
At present only 1st & 2nd year
Students. Admission to 3rd year just started.

No. of Companies who visited the Campus : 5

Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed : Going on.

No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : Going on.

Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) :

Average salary drawn (in Rs.) :

Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) : Self Financing Institute

Recurring :
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New initiatives and future vision, if any : To actively pursue Research and Development activities to inculcate spirit of enquiry among faculties and students.

Note: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action.
Engineering & Technology
( Degree Programme )

AICTE ACT - 1987
"To provide for establishment of an All India council for Technical Education with a view to the proper planning and coordinated development of the technical education system throughout the country, the promotion of qualitative improvement of such education in relation to planned quantitative growth and the regulation and proper maintenance of norms and standards in the technical education system and for matters connected therewith."

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An engineering institute shall have the staff as given below:
Principal and teaching faculty
Workshop Staff
Technical Supporting Staff
Library and Computer Centre Staff
Administrative Staff
Maintenance staff and other miscellaneous staff

Faculty Cadre
The faculty structure should be as follows:
Lecture/Senior Lecturer/Senior Lecture (S.G.)
Assistant Professor/Reader

Faculty Structure

The knowledge, skills, attitudes and values of staff
are aspects
which greatly contribute to their own individual effectiveness
As well as to institutional performance.

In addition to the norms on pattern and structure of staff,
guidelines should also emphasize on the process of recruitment,
Development as well as appraisal.

The norms herein stipulated are primarily for an engineering institution
With an annual intake of 180 to 240 students.

These norms will have to be modified for various programmes
offered by specific institution
e.g. part-time, sandwich pattern, and single discipline
or based on multi point entry
and credit system Or Distance learning mode.

The faculty structure will be based on the norms as given below:

Cadre distribution-flexibility
The desirable ratio for Professor, Assistant Professor, and lecture could be 1:2:4
For each engineering department.

However, for Undergraduate courses,
A minimum of 1 Professor and 2 Asst. Professor/Readers at the senior level of the faculty for each course being offered may be ensured.

This is to provide for situations where the institution may not be able
To identify Programmes to ensure appropriate senior faculty at the U.G. level also.

As far as the Science and Humanities departments are concerned,
there is need for a senior faculty member
at Professor level provided
it is ensured that such a senior faculty member is involved
in inter-disciplinary activities
In Applied Science and Mathematics.
Therefore, while the need for a Professor will depend
upon the level of academic activities,
the recruitment of an Assistant Professor in each of the departments
Even at the stage of establishment of the institution is required.
However, in either case efforts should be made to reach the desirable ratio.
Student Teacher ratio
The student staff ratio in a class will depend upon:

Teacher's time required for formal instruction and contact hours.
student time devoted to formal learning requiring teacher's contact and
class size and type of instructions
The desirable student to teacher ratio for engineering degree program
For the model curriculum will be 10:1.
However, it should not be allowed to rise beyond 15:1.
Further, there should be continuous evaluation in tutorials, practical work,
And laboratory and project assignments.

Student-teacher ratio
Theory lecture class
Lab. Practical / Workshop / drawing
Project work

Training and Placement of students
Each institute should have a Training and Placement cell headed by an Officer
of the cadre of Professor and who is responsible for developing linkages
between institution and industry/corporate bodies.
He should evaluate the job potential for students passing from different branches of Engineering and arrange for in-campus interview, and in-plant training etc.

If it is not possible to find full time Professor for placement and training,
it is suggested to appoint one of the Heads of Department
as Placement Officer (Professor),
Who should be assigned a nominal workload of teaching also
This training and Placement Officer may have an officer
Who may serve as Public Relation Officer (PRO).
Training and Leave Reserve
To enable institutions to sponsor teacher for staff development programmes
and to allow teachers to avail leave to which they are entitled,
it is necessary that adequate reserve capacity should be available
in accordance with leave training reserves sanctioned
By Central/Staff Government from time to time.
It will be desirable to have about 10% staff in excess.
Selection & Recruitment
of the Teaching Staff
The positions of faculty members should be
Filled up through an “Open selection process “.
The post of senior lecturers and lecturers (selection grade)
shall be filled By promotion from the cadre of lecturers.

Institution should adopt reliable and valid procedures
for selecting candidates on the basis of competence-knowledge skill
attitude and values required for the profession,
Adhering to the stipulation regarding qualification and experience.

Qualification, Experience and Scales of Pay

As prescribed by AICTE from time to time.

Performance Appraisal
A performance appraisal system for teachers should be set-up,
well integrated with institutional functioning and
this should lead to the identification of
individual training and development needs.

This should also enable the identification of faculty members
Whose performance is outstanding.
Such performance and excellence should be well-recognized and rewarded.

All institutions should introduce a system for performance-appraisal conforming to the guidelines formulated in the regard.

Training and Development
Teachers will be provided with opportunity to improve their qualifications
Through quality improvement programmes.

The opportunities will be provided for pedagogy and professional training.
Under the Quality Improvement Program
a variety of short-term courses will be provided
To meet training needs for all levels of teacher.
States and institutions would have to plan
in advance their training requirement and
will deploy teachers on an annual basis
For making use of these programmes.

Training of teachers
is expected to contribute both
Towards their professional development and improvement in career prospects.

Technical and Other Staff
The Workshop Superintendent should be of a cadre of an Assistant Professor
With nominal teaching workload.
The Asstt. Superintendent Workshop (ASW)/ Foreman in the Workshop
Should be given a cadre equivalent to that of Lecturer.

The six workshop facilities consist of
Carpentry, Welding, Smithy, Machine Shop, Fitting and Sheet Metal Shop.
Each of these facilities would have a mechanic and an attendant.
All these facilities should be headed by an ASW/Foreman.

The ratio of non-teaching (inclusive of administrative, ministerial, technical and other unskilled
And semiskilled staff) to teaching staff should not exceed 3:1.

Library Staff

Library should be provided with the necessary staff to enable it to be available to the staff and students for at least 12 hours in a day.
It is suggested that the library should consist of one librarian,
one assistant librarian and four library assistants

8.11.2 Physical Education Staff

Sufficient facilities should be provided to enable the student
To develop the skills in sports and games.

It is suggested that one physical education director,
One assistant physical education director
and two attendants should be available.

Administrative Staff and Non-Teaching Staff in Institute

Registrar cum Adm. Officer
Medical Officer (Part-time)
Office Superintendents
Senior Stenographer and PA to Principal
Senior Assistants
Junior Assistants
Mechanics (Electrician, Plumber, Carpenter etc.) 4
Drivers 3
Attendants 5-10
* Watchmen5-10
* As per requirement of the Institution.8.12.1

Laboratory Staff

Each laboratory should be in the charge of a teaching staff assisted by a senior laboratory technician / laboratory technician and an attendant.

Computer Centre

The Computer Centre shall be a centralized service center
For the use of students and staff of the college.
The computer center shall have a computer system with CAD facilities,
A high speed printed and a plotter.
There should be 30 terminals in the Computer Centre.
The Head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering discipline
Shall also be the Head of the Computer Centre if the discipline exists in the institute. There shall be one System Manager, One System Analyst and at least one Computer Programmer and two Computer Operators in the Computer Centre.

Visiting Faculty and Guest Lecturers
In view of the paucity of teachers in specialized subjects in order to cater to instructional requirements, visiting Faculty should be resorted to.
However, the institution should be discouraged from exclusive
dependence on visiting/part-time faculty on continuous basis
In lieu of essential regular faculty.

Further, it is recommended that the institution should arrange,
for the benefit of final year students,
a minimum of 5 guest lectures from eminent people having high profile in profession.
§ Applied Mechanics
§ Chemistry
§ Computer Science & Technology
§ Electrical
§ Electronics & Tele Communication
§ Humanities
§ H R Management
§ Information Technology
§ Mathematics
§ Mechanical
§ Physics

Engineering & Technology
(Degree Programme)

The economic progress of a country is strongly linked with the quality of education.

It is therefore, necessary for our technical education
to undertake periodic review of the curriculum
and subject content of the technical programmes
to ensure that they are up to date not outmoded or obsolete and
Effectively fulfill the technological requirements of the country.

During the past three decades, many steps have been taken in India to improve the quality of technical education.

These include evolution of model syllabi, quality improvement programmes for teachers;

encouraging interaction with industry through consultancy and continuing education programmes;

And providing impetus for expanding infra-structural facilities in emerging technologies.

For economic growth and prosperity, the need is to produce highly professional and competent engineers.

This could be achieved by imparting quality teaching to students.

Towards, this some norms and standards of engineering education need to be laid down so as to educate the students with appropriate skills suitable for a rapidly changing industrial scenario.

A scientist often solves problems to understand nature.

An engineer usually undertakes tasks, which need to be done in a specified period of time on a fixed budget and with limited resources.

Larger the information, an engineer has at the command and larger his technical and social skills, the more likely he will be able to do his job quickly and efficiently.

The rapidly expanding database of technological information means that a student will have to learn only a small fraction of the total information he is expected to know.

To instill all the needed inputs in a short period of a degree course is impossible. The situation can be ameliorated by improving skills for accessing information, developing flexible learning skills, rejecting outmoded courses from the curriculum and by addition of the appropriate and emerging technological items.

Laboratory Facilities in Ram Govind Institute of Technology - Koderma :

The laboratories of Mechanical Department are primarily used for the practical classes .

Fluid Mechanics lab :-
has basic fluid mechanics set-up. The lab is equipped with different flow measuring set-ups such as
venturimeter, orifice-plate, pitot tube, rotometer etc., where students can visualize the basic theory of
working of the flow meter. The lab also has Reynolds’s setup, free-forced vortices setup, flow over open
channel and impact of jet set-up, where students can fortify their theoretical knowledge. The lab also has
some advanced research set-up such as constant temperature hot-wire anemometer, pulsating flow meter, where
some advanced research work can be performed.
We have the setup for performing the following experiments:
1. Impact of Jet
2. Friction loss along a Pipe
3. Venturimeter
4. Flow through an Orific
5. Losses in piping system
6. Free and Forced Vortex
7. Pulsating Flow Meter

Thermal Science laboratory :--

The lab is equipped with setups that study both basic as well as applied heat transfer phenomena. The lab has
basic heat transfer setup such a sheat conduction, free-forced convection set-up and radiation set-up.
Tubular heat exchanger, cooling tower, refrigeration and boiling heat-transfer are some set-up, which are
based on application of heat transfer.
In Thermal Science laboratory, we have following computer interfaced set-ups for carrying out experiments and
research works:
1. 16 channel constant temperature Anemometer Make: TSI, Model: IFA 300
2. Constant temperature bath, Make: Julabo
3. Tubular Heat Exchanger set up (WL 302), Make: Gunt
4. Boiling Heat Transfer set up (WL 220), Make: Gunt
5. Heat Conduction set up (WL 370), Make: Gunt
6. Free and Forced Convection set up (WL 350), Make: Gunt
7. Thermal Radiation set up (WL 360), Make: Gunt
8. Cooling Tower set up (WL 320), Make: Gunt

Vibrations and Acoustics Lab :--
Following are the machines/equipments in this Lab :
1. Digital non-contact Techometer, Electronic Automation Sashin Device Make

2. Displacement measuring system: Dual Channel vibration monitor with two 25 mm dia probe,
3. PULSE-2 Channel 100 KHz FFT Analyzer including generator module with general purpose vibration &
acoustic software and bridge to matlab software
4. Impact Hammer and Charge to Deltatron converter
5. Vibration exciter and Power amplifier
6. Mediator-Sound level meter
7. Channel Deltatron conditioning amplifier
8. Vibration Test System including : Low distortion linear amplifier, Digital sine servo controller
software, Digital random and classical shock combustion controller software, Make : VTS
9. Reflectance-Compensated, Non-contact fiber optic displacement sensor & Reflectance-Dependent, non-
contact fiber optic displacement sensor
10. 100-MHz mixed storage oscilloscope, Make: Agilent.
11. Band Pass Filter
12. 4-Channel SONY data recorder for DAT medium
13. LAN based pulse system with 16 Channel input along with Sound and Vibration Software & Time capturing
14. PC based acoustic emission system including sensors with pre-amplifiers, Make: Physical Acoustic
15. Spring Push LVDT with one Digital displacement indicator, Make: Solartron
16. Ultrasonic Displacement Sensor with display indicator, Make: Syscon

Instrumentation and Control Lab :--
Following are the machines/equipments in this Lab :
1. Hydraulic Dead Weight Tester, Make: Pressurements, UK
2. Industrial Amplified Pressure Transducer, Make: Druck
3. 3.5-Digit Handheld Multimeter, Model:972A, Make: HP; 6.5-Digit Digital Multimeter , Model:
34401A,Make: Agilent
4. Different types of strain gauges
5. Non-Contact Temperature Indicator, Model: MX4, Make: Raytek
6. Thyristor based D.C. motor controller
7. Rotameters for air and water
8. SWITZER make temperature indicator for RTD
9. Eurotherm make, microprocessor based programmable temperature indicator, Model: 2132i
10. 2-Analog and 16 digital 100-MHz mixed storage oscilloscope
11. Twin Rotor Mimo System along with PCI & EISA type interface
12. NI dataloger SCXI-1001 chassis with SCXI-2400 communication module, SCXI 1102, SCXI 1121 modules 13. NI dataloger PXI-1011 PXI/SCXI combination chassis with PXI-8186 P4 2.2 GHz controller with Lab View
Real-Time, PXI-4472, 8simultaneously sampled analog input, 24 bit resolution, multiple device
synchronization, SCXI-1520, 8 channel universal strain/bridge module, PXI-6070E multifunction I/O,
1.25MS/s, 12-bit, and 16 channels, PXI-6733 with 8 16-bit Wave form output, 8 digital I/O lines, and 2
counter/ timer.

Tribology Lab
Experiments performed on various Industrial materials in dry or lubricating conditions with increase of
lubricating oil temperature for measuring frictional wear, coefficient of friction etc. under various load
conditions. Subsequently data are transferred through Data Acquisition System sensed by inbuilt sensors.
There are total five equipments in the Tribology Lab. Namely,
1. AIR BEARING RIG-TR-65: Enables demonstration of Gas lubricated Bearings. The Rig Demonstrates
(i) Pressure Distribution (ii) Co-efficient of Friction
The Air-Bearing Rig Consists of
(A) Air-Bearing Rig-TR-65-Machine, (B) Controller and (C) Data Acquisition System
Description:The purpose of Multipurpose Friction and Wear TR-25 is friction and wear evaluation of materials
like metals, ceramics, coatings, plastics, polymers and composites.
This is versatile tester offering tests in:
a) Combined rolling /sliding tests in two roller configuration.
b) Block-on-Ring configuration
The machine is suitable for dry and lubricated tests.
The Multipurpose Friction and Wear TR-25 Monitor Consists of:---
a. The Multipurpose Friction and Wear Monitor-Machine, (B) Controller
b. Data Acquisition System and (D) Lubricating System
Description:The Lubricity Test Machine TR-35 is a multi-function unit with adapters for Ball-on-cylinders,
Cylinder-on-cylinder and Crossed Cylinder configuration used for evaluation of antiwear properties of
lubricants and greases. Wear performance of disc material can also be undertaken. This is a versatile
tester offering tests in
a. Combined rolling /sliding tests in two roller configuration.
b. Block-on-Ring configuration
The Lubricity Test Machine TR-35 consists of: ---
(A) Lubricity Test TR-35 Machine

(B) Lubricity Test TR-35 Controller
(C)Data Acquisition System

(D) Lubricating System
Description:Rolling Fatigue Testing Machine is used to assess rolling type abrasion resisting life test for
various types of industrial materials used in bearings, gears, sintered metallic products, ceramics, surface
treatment product, lubrication, oil etc under high loads. Hertzian contact stress is sufficiently large to
cause fatigue failure in the rollers with reasonably small number of cycles. The machine is versatile tester
offering sliding test in combined rolling/sliding tests in two roller configuration.
(A)Rolling Fatigue Test Rig TR-27-Machine

(B) Rolling Fatigue Test Rig TR-27-Machine

(C)Data Acquisition System
(D)Lubricating System
5. Optical Viscometer:
For analyzing viscous films of lubricating oil of minimum discernible film thickness of 0.12 ìm at maximum
hertz pressure of about 550 MN m-2 and disc speed range being 10 to 150 rpm. The Optical Viscometer consists
of 50 W dc motor, 50 W white light with fibre optic light guide, a polaroid camera and microscope adapter,
glass test disc, with few super finish test balls.

Strength of Materials Lab

Following are the machines/equipments in this lab:
1. Digitally controlled closed loop Servo Hydraulic 100 KN Dynamic Testing Machine, Make INSTRON, Model

2. Universal Testing Machine UTE-20
3. Impact Tester, IT-30 4. Torsion Testor, TTE-10
5. Rockwell Hardness Tester 6. Brinell Hardness Tester
7. Vicker Hardness Tester, VM-50 8. Strain Measurement Module

Material Science Lab

Following are the machines/equipments in this lab:
1. Optical Microscopes, Make: Carl Zeiss, Model: (i) Axiovert-100A (ii) Axiotech-100HD

2. Image analysis sysem: Make : Zeiss, Model: KS300, KS-Grains, KS-NMI, KS-Phase
3. High temperature heating stage for microscope (1500°C), Make: Linkam Model: TS-1500
4. Micro hardness Tester , Make: Buehler, Model : Micromet 2101
5. Thermo Mechanical Analyzer, Make: Seiko , Model: SS 6300
6. Metallographic specimen preparation unit (Make Buehler: Models: ECOMET-6, Automet-2,
ISOMET-2000, Electromet-4, Simplemet- 2, ULTRAMET-2002)
7. 1700°C Sintering furnace, Make : OKAY Model: 70C5

Theory of Machine ( Kinematics ) Lab

Mechanisms form the basis of any machine and it is an assemblage of rigid bodies so that they move upon each
other with definite relative motion. Objectives of this Theory of Machines lab are to impart practical
knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machine. With the study
of rigid bodies motions and forces for the transmission systems, machine kinematics and dynamics can be well
understood. Demonstration exercises are provided with wide varieties of transmission element models to
understand machine kinematics. Various experiments with governors, gyroscopes, balancing machines and
universal vibration facilities are available to understand machine dynamics.
Following are the machines/equipments in this Lab :
Governor apparatus

Gyroscope apparatus

Static and dynamic balancing machine

Balancing of reciprocating masses

Journal bearing apparatus

Universal vibration apparatus

Whirling of shaft apparatus

Various commonly used mechanisms and its inversions in machines

Various types of gears and other transmission system such as friction wheel, belt drives, chain drives,
couplings and clutches

Various mechanisms and its inversions

Standard rotor kit with crank shaft simulator

Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory ;-

Computerized 4–Stroke Petrol and diesel engine test rigs with P-q and IMEP measurement facilities , Multi -
cylinder 4 – Stroke Petrol Engine test rig • Single cylinder 4 – Stroke Petrol Engine test rig • Single
cylinder 4 – Stroke Diesel Engine test rig • Single cylinder 2 – Stroke Petrol Engine test rig • 5 gas (CO,
HC, NOx, O2, CO2) exhaust analyzer • Working cut-section model of chassis of an actual automobile car with
petrol engine and electrical system - All working systems, painted in different colours can be studied to
their operations.

Workshop :---

Welding Shop: TIG, MIG, Arc, Submerged Arc Welding machines, Profile Cutter,
Plasma Cutter •
Machine Shop: Gear Hobbing, Gear Shaping, Surafce & cylindrical Grinding,
Tool and Cutter grinder, Universal milling, Shaping, Lathe. •
Foundry Shop: Induction Furnace

Heat & Mass Transfer Laboratory :--

Thermal conductivity measurement apparatus • Natural convection and Forced convection apparatus • Surface
radiation apparatus • Parallel and Counter flow Heat Exchanger apparatus • Regenerative Heat Exchanger
apparatus • Shell and tube Heat Exchanger apparatus • Boiling and Condensation apparatus

Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Laboratory :-

Vapour Compression refrigeration tutor • Air-conditioning test rig

Steam Power Laboratory :--
Revomax Boiler (LCD/HSD fired) • Steam Turbine • Steam Condenser

Steam Power Laboratory :--

Revomax Boiler (LCD/HSD fired) • Steam Turbine • Steam Condenser

Robotics Laboratory :-

Pick & Place Robots

CAM Laboratory :-

CNC Lathe, • CNC Milling Machine, • A0 Plotter

Metrology Laboratory :-

Taylor Hobson Surface roughnes measuring instruments • INBT2 – Inverted stage binocular Metallurgical
microscope • Auto collimeter set


The design, analysis, and / or construction of works for practical purposes. One who practices engineering
is called an engineer, and those licensed to do so have formal designations such as Professional Engineer or
Chartered Engineer. Engineers use imagination, judgment, and reasoning to apply science, technology,
mathematics, and practical experience. The result is the design, production, and operation of useful objects
or processes. The broad discipline of engineering encompasses a range of specialized subdisciplines that
focus on the issues associated with developing a specific kind of product, or using a specific type of

Mechanical Engineering

Field of Engineering concerned with the design, construction, and operation of Machinery. Mechanical
Engineers work in many branches of industry, including transportation, power generation and tool manufacture.
Achievements in Mechanical Engineering include the development of wind and water turbines, steam engines, and
internal combustion engines.
Contents (Mechanical):-
1 Development of Mechanical Engineering

2 Mechanical Engineering Coursework ( Syllabus- Theory, Practical , Field Work)
3 Present Salaries and Workforce - Statistics in Mechanical Disciplines .
4 Sub- disciplines :-
4.1 Mechanics

4.2 Kinematics

4.3 Mechatronics

4.4 Robotics & CAD/CAM

4.5 Structural failure analysis

4.6 Thermodynamics

4.7 Engineering Design & Drafting

4.8 List of Specialized Sub- disciplines
5 Current Areas of Research in Mechanical Engineering
5.1 Nanotechnology

5.2 Nuclear fusion

Mechanical - Engineer ‘ s Job

To provide a complete solution in his area of work by Using optimum Men, Material, Machine, and Money for the
comfortable and reliable products to the human society. Faster change of product design for the comforts of
the human kind, Leeds to often bottle neck situation to engineers particularly to face the competition,
delivery, and quality. In recent years it is so happened that the product Conception and the Retirement
become shorter, so any product gets absolute with in the shorter period of time. The industries expected to
delivers the products with latest version in shorter time to sustain in the competitive market. The Design
and Manufacturing process changes radically to meet more small quantity of more customized product to give
feeling of customer’s special attention. Hence yesterday comforts become today’s basic need. Days are gone
out just casually “Throwing the Product design” for the manufacturing and then for the society use.
WHICH WAS TOUGHER THAN JOINING ARMY..............!!!!! ..........
CANTEEN-ATTENDANCE............ATKTs ( After Trying Keep Trying) ....................... VERNAC
PRACTICALS & THEORIES ....................... XEROXING ASSIGNMENTS...........GT.......... AND EVERYTHING

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Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

Ram Govind Institute of Technology, Koderma

Prof. Er. Alok Kumar Spoke :

MECHANICAL engineers must have the ability to work methodically and logically to solve problems. It is also
important that they view their work objectively.

Modern Analysis and Design Processes in mechanical engineering are aided by various computational tools
including finite element analysis (FEA), computational fluid dynamics (CFD) , computer - aided design (CAD)
/ computer - aided manufacturing (CAM) and
Failure Modes & Effect Analysis (FMEA).

MECHANICAL engineers are also expected to understand and be able to apply basic concepts from chemistry,
chemical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, and physics. Most mechanical engineering
programs include several semesters of calculus,
as well as advanced mathematical concepts which may include differential equations and partial differential
equations, linear and modern algebra, and differential geometry,
Among others.

MECHANICAL engineers strive to optimize cost, increase productivity, durability, safety, and overall
usefulness of objects. This process can be as simple as the design of a chair for comfort or as complex as
the optimization of a turbocharged engine for many criteria, such as fuel consumption and power output. It
can be as small as the cutting of a nano-sized gear or as large as the assembly of a supertanker used to
carry oil around the world.

MECHANICAL engineering discipline that involves the application of principles of physics for analysis,
design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It requires a solid understanding of key
concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics and energy. Practitioners of mechanical engineering,
known as mechanical engineers, use these principles and others in the design and analysis of automobiles,
aircraft, heating & cooling systems, manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, medical
devices and many more……….
Thorough Study of Solid Mechanics, Composite Materials, Machine Design & Drawing , Dynamics,
Kinematics and Controls, Robotics & CAD/CAM,C++, Vibrations, Nonlinear Vibration, Composite & Smart
Structures, Noise, Tribology, Thermal Science, Fluid Mechanics , Machinery and Heat Transfer, Advanced
Manufacturing , Metal Cutting, Mechatronics, Materials Processing and Heat- Treatment, Metal Forming,
Identification of Mechanical Systems, Energy Storage and Fluidization, Flow Control, Bio-mechanics ,
Automobile , Space & Marine etc ……….. Also,
Research activities in the Mechanical Laboratory covers a wide variety of topics related to design and
manufacturing: product design (including manufacturability analysis), process -planning, production planning
and scheduling, manufacturing system design, and system integration.. List of specialized sub disciplines of
Mechanical Engineering—
Engineering - based programming ( SOFTWARE )
Acoustical engineering Aerospace engineering

Alternative energy Automotive engineering

Biomedical engineering Computer-aided engineering

Design optimization Power generation
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning ( HVAC )
Marine engineering Nanotechnology

Nuclear engineering Piping

Technical Colleges ( Jharkhand ) :- BIT Sindri , Dhanbad - Govt of Jharkhand Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra , Ranchi Indian School of Mines , Dhanbad National Institute of Technology , Jamshedpur R.V.S. College of Engineering and Technology , Jamshedpur Birsa Institute of Technology, Ranchi National Institute of Foundry & ForgeTech., Ranchi

Governor – State of Jharkhand
Raj Bhawan ,Ranchi - 834001, Jharkhand .

Phone no: 0651- 2283469 ,
Fax : 0651 - 22
Cell : 09810864830

P.S. - Mr. Amit Khare ( Sr. I.A.S.)

Vinoba Bhave University (

Vinoba Bhave University
P B No. – 31 ,
Hazaribagh – 825301 ,
Jharkhand .

Vice – Chancellor : Dr. Mahendra Prasad Singh
Tel : +91 06546 - 264279
Fax : 06546 - 262342

Pro – V.C. :
Office : 06546 - 264724 , 262301 (O)
Fax : 06546 262342

Registrar : Shri S. P. Sinha
Tel : + 91 06546 264628 (O) , 266322 (R)
Fax : 06546 264279

Examination - Controller : Dr. Mantu Kumar Singh
Mobile # 09431332889

College - Inspector : Dr. R.B.Singh ( Arts & Commerce )
Mobile # 09835197552

College – Inspector : Dr. Rana ( Science )
M0bile #

Birsa Institute of Technology , Sindri ( Dhanbad )
Dr. Shyam Kishor Singh - Director , BIT - Sindri
Dean - Faculty of Engineering )
Tel : 0326 - 2350495 (O) , 0326 - 2350496 (R)
Fax : 0326 - 2350495 , Mobile # 09431126328,9939361551

Dr. S.C. Roy ( HOD- Mechanical Dept.)
Mobile # 09835352391 , Tel : 0326 – 2253807

Prof. T.P.Sarkar ( Co-Ordinator - M.Tech Course)
Ph. # 0326 - 2350215

Prof. Mithilesh Kr.Singh ( CAD/CAM Lab - Mechanical Dept.)
Ph. # 09431646742

Mr. Anjani Kr. Singh (P.G. Student -M.Tech in Production Engg.)
Mob.# 09334828541

Mr. Santosh Kr. Singh (P.G. Student -M.Tech in Production Engg.)
Mob. # 09334660618

Science & Technology Department ( Jharkhand )

1. Shri Chandra Prakash Choudhary ( Hon’ble Minister- Sc .& Tech.) # 2490693 (O)
2. Shri Ashok Kumar Basu ( Principal Secretary - Sc. & Tech., Jharkhand )
Tel # 0651 - 2490070 (O), 2490208 (F)

3. Shri Arun Kumar(Director - Sc. & Tech.)#

Shri Udai Kumar Singh( Assistant Director- Sc. & Tech.)#

Shri Dipanker Shree Gyan(Officer on Special Duty -Sc. & Tech.) #

4. Smt. Pushpa Marandi ( Deputy Secretary, Sc. & Tech.) # 2491035 (O)

5. Shri M. P. Singh (Under Secretary, Sc. & Tech.) # 2490613 (O)

6. Shri Devendra Mishra ( Under Secretary, Sc. & Tech.) # 2491035 (O)

7. Shri Gyanendra Kumar ( P.S. to Minister, Sc. & Tech.) # 2490693 (O)


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