|1||Shashank Madhukar Mandre||I/c HOD Metallurgical engineering Department||BE Metallurgy, ME Metallurgy|
- Vision & Mission
- POs, PSOs, PEOs
- HOD’s Desk
- Labs & Equipments
- Achivements & Highlights
- Time Table
Valuable contribution in the progress of industries by developing competent metallurgy technicians by offering updated knowledge and skills.
- To collaborate with local industries for providing training and skills to the students.
- To design, arrange and conduct skill development courses in the field of metallurgy to
develop skilled manpower for the industries.
- To ensure employability, encourage entrepreneurship, promote lifelong learning.
- To inculcate in students the qualities of a good citizen at individual, social and
Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs):
1. To establish a student’s organization in active mode to arrange various events in the department.
2. To sign an MOU with the IIM and ASM to arrange various activities in the department for the
benefit of the students.
3. To identify areas to start new businesses in the field of Metallurgy.
Programme Outcomes (POs):
1. Basic knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, sciences and basic engineering to
solve the broad-based Metallurgical engineering problems.
2. Discipline knowledge: Apply Metallurgical engineering knowledge to solve problems in
3. Experiments and practice: Plan to perform experiments and practices to use the results to solve
broad-based Metallurgical engineering problems.
4. Engineering tools: Apply relevant Metallurgical technologies and tools with an understanding of the
5. The engineer and society: Assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent
responsibilities relevant to practices in the field of Metallurgical engineering.
6. Environment and sustainability: Apply Metallurgical engineering solutions for sustainable
development practices in societal and environmental contexts.
7. Ethics: Apply ethical principles for commitment to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms
of the practice in the field of Metallurgical engineering.
8. Individual and team work: Function effectively as a leader and team member in
diverse/ multidisciplinary teams.
9. Communication: Communicate effectively in oral and written form.
10. Life-long learning: Engage in independent and life-long learning activities in the context of
technological changes in the Metallurgical engineering and allied industry.
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
1. To prepare the students to play the role of metallurgist in industries.
2. To create awareness about safety protocols to be followed in various metallurgical industries.
3. Develop sensitivity among the students about the environmental hazards caused due to the
pollutants generated in metallurgical industries.
I/c HOD Metallurgical engineering Department
Shashank Madhukar Mandre
Metallurgical Engineering has been in practice since civilizations started evolving. Metals and alloys with their unending association have transformed human life in to more meaningful, adventurous and towards certainty. The index of development of country depends on consumption of metals. So, it is the growth of metal sector that tells the story of modernization, development and sustainability. Metallurgical Engineering encompasses extraction of metals and their processing to make alloys, manufacturing of objects, their testing and enhancement of its mechanical properties. Electronics and computer science has been utilizing electrical and magnetic properties of metals to its fullest extent
Metals have now entered in to more advanced applications that demands extreme performances such as aerospace, defense technology, body implants and so on. Metals in combination with nonmetals have paved its way in expansion of material science. Hence, Metallurgical engineering has merged in to material science since their boundaries are disappearing. Nano technology has opened a new dimension of understanding materials and their applications. Hence, Metallurgical industry sector is the backbone of human survival and progress.
|Shashank Madhukar Mandre||I/c HOD Metallurgical engineering Department||BE Metallurgy, ME Metallurgy|
|Sarika Satish Aglave||Lecturer Metallurgical engineering Department||B Tech in Metallurgical engineering|
|Name Of Staff||Designation||Qualification||Photo|
|Parshuram Shashikant Joshi||Tech. Lab. Asst.|
|Smt. Susemeri Das Joseph||Peon (ro)|
Labs & Equipments
One Day Workshop – Aluminium Foundry Practices
One day worshop – Casting Simulation
One day worshop – Casting Simulation- Aluminium foundry
Achivements & Highlights