General Engineering
Department is committed to serving the needs of various branches of Engineering by imparting an effective teaching and learning environment. Our department faculty members provides an encouraging environment to develop the intellectual capacity, critical thinking, creativity and problem solving ability in students so that they can contribute in the area of Science and Engineering We are treating the first year as a separate department which has strong administration, infrastructure and dedicated team of faculty. Under this department the Laboratories are of Basic Engineering subjects such as Basic Mechanical Engineering, Basic Civil Engineering, Basic Electrical Engineering and Basic Electronics Engineering along with Engineering Physics and Engineering Chemistry.
Department Location  3rd Floor Main Building 
Year of Establishment  2001 
Head of Department Contact No. 
Prof. Raut L.B 9284798827 
Email ID  Principal.aditya@gamil.com 
Under Graduate Program Intake Total No.of Classroom 
420 8

Total No. of Laboratories Faculty Student ratio No. of Professor 
6 1.20 1 
No. of Associate Professor No. of Assistant Professor Total No. of Faculty No. of Non teaching Faculty 
3 9 13 6 
No. of Supporting Technical Staff  3 
LABORATORIES
Sr.No  Lab Name 
1 2 
Langauge Lab Basic Mechanical Engg. 
3 4 
Workshop Basic Civil 
5 6

Basic Electrical Basic Computer Programming 
Course Objectives
Course Objectives:
1. To introduce to student higher order derivatives of various standard functions and Leibnitz’s Theorem.
2. To introduce to student the expansion of functions about any point and to evaluate the indeterminate forms of limits.
3. To introduce to student DeMoivre’s theorem and its application, hyperbolic functions.
4. To introduce to student rank of matrix, solution of simultaneous equations, Eigen values and Eigen vectors.
5. To introduce to student partial differentiation and its applications
Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course,
1.Student can write higher order derivative of standard functions
2.Student can express the power series expansion of a given function and evaluate limits.
3.Student can apply DeMoivre’s theorem to determine roots of polynomial and can express hyperbolic, inverse hyperbolic functions.
4.Students are able to use matrices techniques for solving system simultaneous linear equations, Eigen values and Eigen vectors of the matrix
5.Student can evaluate partial derivatives and can implement to estimate maxima and minima of multivariable function.
2. Communication Skills
Course Objectives:
1. To make student comprehend and apply rules of grammar for his written and spoken communication
2. To enhance student’s skill in word usage and sentence formation for day to day communication.
3. To enhance speaking skills of the student.
4. To nurture reading and comprehension skills of the students.
5. To prepare students for professional written communication.
Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course,
1.Student can frame grammatically correct sentences for day to day communication.
2.Student can use appropriate words in oral and written communication.
3.Student can demonstrate effective speaking skills in various situations
4.Student can comprehend and analyze a passage.
5.Student can draft letters, emails and write paragraphs with appropriate content and context.
3. Engineering Physics
Course Objectives:
1. To make student understand basic concepts of crystal.
2. To make student understand fundamentals of materials and their electronic properties to apply in engineering fields.
3. To introduce to student concepts of architectural acoustics and nondestructive testing through use of ultrasonic.
4. To make student develop the orientation towards spacetime formulation.
5. To introduce to student concepts of diffraction and polarization.
6. To make student comprehend basics of laser devices and optical fiber.
7. To make student comprehend principles of fission, fusion and nanoscience.
Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course, student will be able to
1.Express the basic concepts of diffraction and polarization and can relate them to day to day observable phenomena.
2.Reveal the formation of materials and their internal structure.
3.Apply basic concepts of acoustics and ultrasonic for basic civil and other engineering applications.
4.Relate space, time, mass and energy equations.
5.Compile the applications of laser and fiber optics in the field of industry, medical and telecommunication.
6.Explain the principles of fission and fusion, significance for power generation and basic concepts of nanoscience
4. Engineering Graphics
Course Objectives:
1. To make student draw the projections of oblique lines and planes.
2. To make student interpret and draw the cut sections of solids.
3. To make student visualize and draw the orthogonal views.
4. To introduce to student the development of surfaces and make him to draw the developments of truncated solids
Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course, student will be able to
1.Draw projection of lines and planes for engineering applications.
2.Draw regular and sectional views of various types of solids.
3.Draw the 2 D view (orthogonal views) given 3D drawing
4.Draw the development of the regular and truncated solids.
5. Basic Civil Engineering
Course Objectives:
1. To introduce to student relevance of civil engineering for various engineering applications
2. To introduce to student various elements of buildings and construction materials.
3. To introduce to student various methods of land survey and to make him use surveying equipment
4. To make student aware of modern investigation techniques in land survey.
5. To introduce to student about the water management and transportation engineering
Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course, the student will be able to
1.Describe the role of civil engineer in the development of the society and explain relationship of civil engineering with other branches of engineering and technology.
2.Discuss types of buildings and select materials of construction.
3.Explain the elements of water supply such as dam, canal and elements of transportation structures.
4.Measure heights, distances and angles on ground using basic surveying instruments and plot them on paper.
5.Explain the advantages of advances in civil engineering like remote sensing techniques, GIS and GPS.
6. Workshop Practices
Course Objective:
1. To make the students acquainted with various skills involved in manufacturing and assembly.
2. To make student aware of various cutting, filling and joining processes and to have hands on for the same.
Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course, the student will be able to
1. Draw, design and fabricate different carpentry joints.
2. Prepare different shaped metal work piece joints from the given metal blanks by selecting different tools and machines.
3. Perform different types of welding of metal components.
4. Select different engineering tools required to perform carpentry, fitting and welding processes.
5. Carry out pipe fitting and plumbing work.
7. Engineering MathematicsII
Course Objectives:
1. To introduce to student some methods to find the solution of first order & first degree ordinary differential equations with its applications
2. To introduce to student vector differentiation with vector differential operator.
3. To introduce to student awareness of concept of convergence of sequences and series.
4. To make familiar to tracing of Cartesian, polar, parametric curves and rectification of curve.
5. To introduce to student to evaluate improper & multiple integrals and their applications.
Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course, student will be able to
1.Solve first order ordinary differential equation and able to apply in different engineering applications
2.Use different vector differential operators
3.Test divergence & convergence of infinite series
4.Explain curve tracing with justification.
5.Evaluate improper and multiple integrals and determine area, mass of region bounded between curves
8. Engineering Chemistry
Course Objectives:
1. To impart knowledge of importance of quality of water and appropriate water treatment process
2. To impart knowledge of corrosion & its prevention techniques.
3. To equip student with the required analytical skills and green chemistry techniques.
4. To introduce student different engineering materials and their applications.
5. To make student apply knowledge for determining quality of water, fuel, polymer & oils.
Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course, student will able to
1.Describe importance of quality of water and appropriate water treatment process.
2.Recognize various types of corrosion & propose a suitable prevention technique.
3.Describe various instrumental techniques and environmental friendly chemical syntheses.
4.Identify and explain different engineering materials like metals, ceramics, fuels, and lubricants, polymers for various engineering and day to day applications.
5.Calculate hardness of water, concentration of unknown solution, calorific value of fuels, saponification & acid value of oils, molecular weight of polymers etc.
10. Basic Electronics Engineering
Course Objectives:
1. To introduce to student various electronic components and make them test and measure.
2. To introduce to student fundamentals of construction, biasing, VI characteristics and application of Diode and BJT.
3. To make student understand different types of transducers & application areas of transducers.
4. To introduce to student fundamental of digital electronics.
Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course, student will be able to
1.Test and measure various electronic components.
2.Explain construction, biasing, VI characteristics and application of diode and BJT.
3.Select appropriate transducers to measure various physical parameters like distance, temperature etc.
4.Perform arithmetic operations on digital number system.
5.Draw truth table of logic gate and solve Boolean expressions.