Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was started in the year 1958. Presently the department offers Diploma programme in Mechanical Engineering. Mechanical Engg dept of this institution is functioning with high academic track record for the past 60 years. It had an initial intake of 40 students, at present the intake of student is 63.
The emphasis of the department is to prepare Diploma engineers with a high caliber of technical expertise. The department has the fortune of getting the best students in the district and most of the students belong to socially and economically backward community. The campus placement is more than 80% every year. Industrial Giants like Larson and Toubro, H.C.L. Info, Dubai Port, Simplex infrastructures Ltd, etc. are giving placement to our students.
The teaching faculty strength is 8 comprising of Head of the Section, 6 Lecturers and one Workshop Supdt. There are five laboratories and a Mechanical Engineering Workshop under the department.

Our Vision

“To be a best program for students empowerment and excellence in technical education”
Missions

To empower the students with fundamentals of mechanical engineering.

To establish the effective learning environment for achieving academic excellence with modern teaching learning process.

To motivate the staff to update the ever changing technologies in mechanical and allied field of engineering.

Enable the students to excel in their academic pursuits through life long learning.

Inculcate the values of ethics and social responsibilities to develop as a nation builder.

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO1 -
  • PEO2
  • PEO3

Program Outcomes

  • Basic And Discipline Specific Knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis:Identify and analyze well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.
  • Design / Development Of Solutions::Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.
  • Engineering Tools, Experimentation And Testing:Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
  • Engineering Practices For Society, Sustainability And Environment:Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
  • Project Management:Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.
  • Life-long Learning:Ability to analyze individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.

Program Specific Outcomes

  • PSO1 – Ability to develop and implement innovative ideas in the area of product development with the help of modern CAD tools.
  • PSO2 – Communicating effectively to work as a team member or a leader with professional ethics.

Anil Kumar R.

( M. Tech. )

Head of Department

Mob: 9446065152

Email: anil@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Sreekanth S.

( B. Tech. )

Lecturer

Mob: 9447359485

Email: sreekanth@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Ganesh J. G.

( B. Tech. )

Lecturer

Mob: 7907500569

Email: ganesh@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Pramod Kumar K.

( B. Tech. )

Lecturer

Mob: 9447045342

Email: pramodkumar@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Sree Kumar K. P.

( B. Tech., AMIE )

Lecturer

Mob: 9495459573

Email: sreekumarkp@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Pradeep Kumar R.

( D M E )

Demonstrator Hr. Gr.

Mob: 9495069090

Email: pradeep@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Randhir N.

( D M E )

Demonstrator Hr. Gr.

Mob: 9447463688

Email: randhir@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Rajeev J.

( D M E )

Workshop Instructor Hr.Gr.

Mob: 6238118688

Email: rajeev@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Vinod K. R.

( B Tech. )

Workshop Instructor

Mob: 9745210601

Email: vinodkr@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Anandu Aravind

( D M E )

Demonstrator

Mob: 8281351142

Email: anandu@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Jyothish Kumar

( D M E )

Workshop Instructor

Mob: 8089600237

Email: jyothish@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Amal Raj R.

( D M E )

Workshop Instructor

Mob: 9744353061

Email: amalraj@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Gopakumar R.

( N T C )

Trade Instructor H. G. 15 Yr.

Mob: 9495520373

Email: gopakumar@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Raju K.

( N T C )

Trade Instructor Gr. I

Mob: 7907459323

Email: raju@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Sreekumar K. V.

( N T C )

Trade Instructor Gr. II

Mob: 9497743538

Email: sreekumarkv@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Arun Kumar M. S.

( N T C )

Tradesman H. G.

Mob: 9446274234

Email: arun@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Hariprasad N. S.

( N T C )

Tradesman H. G.

Mob: 9496230625

Email: hariprasad@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Anoop K. G.

( N T C )

Tradesman H. G.

Mob: 8281242282

Email: anoop@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Deepu S.

( N T C )

Tradesman

Mob: 9605102107

Email: deepu@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Pradeep Kumar G.

( N T C )

Tradesman

Mob: 9037741566

Email: pradeepkumar@nsspolytechnic.ac.in

Hydraulics Lab

Mechanical engineering and civil engineering students are now using this lab. This lab comprises of flow experiments and test on hydraulic machines including turbines

Servicing and Maintenance Lab

Servicing & Maintenance is very essential in practical application and jobs connecting with servicing sector. Automobile industry in the world is developing rapidly. Newer technologies are introducing day by day. This generates more employment opportunities for mechanical engg students in automobile sector. Besides all large industries are now outsourcing their maintenance work, hence there are enormous scope in the servicing & Maintenance sector for our students.

CADD Laboratory

The advent of modernization turned the design and drafting field more complex. In order to meet the requirements of industry we had a CADD lab with computers and the latest software in this field.

Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab

Will update soon.

Mechanical Engineering Lab

Mechanical engineering workshop is the heart of Mechanical engg dept. Students can learn many things through their theory classes, but he realize more when they implements what they studied in to application level in workshop practical sessions.. For any diploma engineer practical experience is more important to build his career. Workshops are the places where they get act actual work experience and also exposure to industrial environment.

Advance Machine Tool Lab

Every industry in the globe has changed a lot for the past 30 years due to the development of electronics and information technology. Computerized machines or automated machines were replaced all most all the conventional machines in every walk of life. Due to the globalization our products have to compete with international market, hence all of our production should be according to international standards. This itself need highly talented and dedicated youths as well as modern sophisticated machines in our labs and workshops. For this the department has an Advance machine tool lab comprises of advanced sophisticated machines including, Surface grinder, Automatic lathe, milling machine, planer, tool and cutter grinder etc.

Department Library

We are running department library, even though we have a centralized one. It is acting as a quick reference centre for faculty members and students. This is helpful for the meritorious as well as economically backward students. Personal care can be taken to enhance the learning capabilities of the students

Career guidance and Placement cell

We alert the students to the need & expectations of the prevailing job market and convert them into a pool of industry-ready force and help them get placed in various industries or self employment and focusing on moulding them into a versatile personality with life skills leading to a perfect professional growth.

  • We Lend career guidance for all students and ensure career choice for all eligible aspirants
  • We aim more than seventy percentage placement in the campus
  • N. S. S. Polytechnic College is considered most campus-friendly by all known recruiters for its warmth & commendable placement utilities.
  • The placement activities in the campus are supported by the respective staff & student representatives, in rotation, and occupy prominent roles in administering each test processes.

We also work in the following area.

  • ACTO1 – Assist & counsel the students to sustain the job/Corporate expectations.
  • ACTO2 – Foster alumni partnership in the prospective campus placement awareness activities.
  • ACTO3 – Bring in an entrepreneurial culture in the campus through Entrepreneurial Development Cell.
  • ACTO4 – Motivate the students by adding values, setting standards & assigning due importance to what they learn through a structured residential training sessions/ in-plant visits & trainings / small -small interactive sessions by experts both from Industry & academic.
  • ACTO5 – Training & Placement Division take initiatives to be a common forum for Recruiters & Students of nearby associated Colleges.

Under our social Responsibility Several combined campus recruitments like Larsen & Toubro, H.C.L Info, Dubai Port, Simplex infra Ltd, Anand group, Segi India Ltd etc are regularly visiting our campus for recruiting students. Many out side students have availed this facility and successfully got placed.

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Anil Kumar R. Head of Department

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