Automobile Engineering

Sl Name of the Faculty Designation Date of Joining  Qualification
1 Mr. SUBHENDU KUMAR DASH ASST PROFESSOR 27/02/2013 ME/M.Tech
2 Mr. PRASHANT  KUMAR LECTURER 4/3/2013 BE/B.Tech
3 Mr. SAROJ KUMAR PANDA LECTURER 21/09/2016 BE/B.Tech
4 Mr. ASIS KUMAR NAYAK LECTURER 21/08/2017 BE/B.Tech
5 Mr. RAJ KUMAR SAHOO LECTURER 31/07/2017 BE/B.Tech
6 Mr. S SOUMYARANJAN  BALIARSINGH ASST PROFESSOR 22/12/2017 BE/B.Tech
7 Mr. PRITISHKANTI  GIRI ASST PROFESSOR 27/12/2017  
8 Mr. SHASHWAT  ANAND ASST PROFESSOR 27/12/2017  
9 Mr. PUSPA RANJAN SWAIN ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 1/10/2010  
SL NO PROJECT NAME YEAR
01 DUAL FUEL ENGINE 2013
02 LIGHT SENSOR 2013
03 W9ENGINE 2013
04 ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE 2014
05 ROTARY VANE PUMP ENGINE USING COMPRESSED AIR 2014
06 GREENO 2014
FUEL & COMBUSTION LAB
CAD/CAM LAB
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND
RECONDITIONING SHOP
ENGINE EMISSION AND TESTING LAB
BPUT syllabus is quite adequate to meet the academic requirements of the students. However the subject teachers also, in their own ways, add modules in addition to the prescribed syllabus and rigorous training in personality grooming / Infosys Campus Connect programs are conducted to prepare industry ready students for different subjects. Promotion and increment in perk are undertaken with reference to the feedback. Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize the feedback?

The college managing committee/the college academic advisory committee arranges to take periodic feedback on the teachers’ class room performance from the students in their own ways ( using a feedback format ) without the knowledge of the faculty members and then it provides feedback-information received to the DEPARTMENTAL HEAD for discussion to improve the learner centric class room strategies .
Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students.
Sl No Name of the Student Competition
1 Anju Majhi Athletics
2 Nitin Kumar Cricket
3 Abhisek Mohanty Cricket
4 Rosan Kumar Song
5 Niraj Agrawal Workshop
6 Wilson Khatei Foot Ball
7 Suman manna Foot Ball
8 Kumar Gyaneep Quiz
9 Abhisek Kumar Mishra Foot Ball
10 Samir Kumar Majhi Foot Ball
YEAR NAME OF THE SEMINAR KEY NOTE SPEAKER
2011-12 SEMINAR ON LOGISTICS AND TRAFIC MANAGEMENT 1. ER DIPTI RANJAN PATRA
2012-2013 NATIONAL SEMIAR ON RENEWABLE ENERGY 1. DR R.N.RAY, CHAIRMAN INDIAN CHILD SCINCE CONGRESS
  SEMINAR ON ADVANCEMENT IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING &SAFETY 1. ER Sishir Mantri.IMMT
2. Dr.R.K.SWAIN, IGIT SARANG
3.ErSantoshKumarPradhan,Mahindra&Mahindra
4.Er Sudhir Mahapatra, Mahindra&Mahindra
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes

a) Group Discussion
b) Industrial Visit
c) Students allowed participating technical competitions arranged by COEB and other colleges.

How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored? For completion of courses, course progress register is maintained and percentage of students’ pass in a particular subject tells the program objective is met.

Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities. We arrange blood donation camp in our college. We have taken village school of physically challenged students for helping them in education and living condition.

Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.

a) Technical Quiz
b) Group Discussion
c) Tech Fest
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the department.

STRENGTH:

1. A team of experienced as well as young and enthusiastic group of Faculty members.
2. Locational advantage for the department.
3. Curiosity among good students to study Automobile engineering.
4. Growing employment opportunities, especially in the CORE sectors.
5. Well-equipped laboratories.

WEAKNESS :

1. Unable to carry out more number of industrial visits due to time limitation.
2. Lack of availability of Engineers with Ph.D for faculty positions.
3. Students do not find interest for PG studies.
4. Inadequate scope for research work.
5. Needs improvement in intradepartmental co-ordination.

OPPORTUNITIES:

1. There is adequate opportunity to interact with scientists of IMMT, IOP to understand the importance of research. Hence, need to persuade our faculty members and students for the same.
2. The role of technology & engineering education for national development & prosperity are widely acknowledged.

CHALLENGES :

1. To maintain a high standard of quality education.
2. Motivating students for excellent performance in academics.
3. To meet the demand of trained students to cope up with the industrial requirement.
4. Future plans of the department.
To undertake R & D and consultancy activities.
To provide latest teaching aids for imparting effective technical education.

Research Publications of P.R.Swain

1. P.R.Swain, N.H.S.Ray, M.K.Mohanty, “AN INVESTIGATION ON PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF C.I ENGINE USING BIOGAS AND DIESEL IN DUAL FUEL MODE” International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research (IJSETR), ISSN: 2278 – 7798, Vol-3, Issue-7, July-2014.

2. Subhakanta Nayak,P.R Swain “Study of the Effect of Machining Parameters on the Machining Characteristics of Tungsten Carbide in Electrical Discharge Machine” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY, ISSN: 2277-965.

3. N.H.S.Ray, P.R.Swain, M.K.Mohanty, R.C.Mohanty, “A Case Study of Biogas Upgradation by Water Scrubbing: Laboratory Model for Purification and Effective Storage in LPG Cylinders for Cooking Applications” International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (IJAERS), Vol-1, Issue-7, Dec. – 2014, ISSN: 2349-6495.

4. P.K.Mishra, T.K.Mall, P.R.Swain, N.H.S.Ray, “Parametric optimization of Abrasive Jet Machining using Taguchi Method” Proceedings of National Seminar on Materials Technology (NSMT-15), pp 12-17, January-2015.

The Department of AutomobileEngineering has its own library in addition to the Central Library of the Institute. The library is exclusive to the faculty members of Automobile Engineering. The library holds 52 no books and materials relevant to class work, research work and also for competitive examinations.

2010-2011 SC M F ST M F OBC M F GEN M F
AUTO 2 2 NIL NIL NIL NIL 5 5 NIL 7 5 2
2011 -2012 SC M F ST M F OBC M F GEN M F
AUTO 4 4 NIL 2 2 NIL 2 2 NIL 3 2 1
2012 -2013 SC M F ST M F OBC M F GEN M F
AUTO 1 1 NIL 4 3 1 3 3 NIL 4 3 1
2013 -2014 SC M F ST M F OBC M F GEN M F
AUTO 5 5 NIL 3 3 NIL 9 9 NIL 5 4 1
2013 – Pass out Batch
Sl.no. Programme No. of students appeared No. of students passed Pass percentage

1

Auto. Engg.

64

63

98.43

2014 – Pass out Batch
Sl.no. Programme No. of students appeared No. of students passed Pass percentage

1

Auto. Engg.

57

55

96.49

Mission
The department is committed to impart quality education in the field of automobile engineering and to reinforce the knowledge of the students through training, seminars and conferences for enhancement of avenues in the global market.

Vision
To provide the right ambience and environment in creating Automobile engineers who will fulfill the needs and demand of the society.