Work Shop Staff

Mr. A. J. Indurkar Mr. B.R.Abhang
Mr. N.A.Vasekar Mr. D.Kasture
Mr.B.R.Sonke Mr. K.B.Kambale

Total area of workshop is 400 sq mtr

Workshop practice is the backbone of the real industrial environment which helps to develop and enhance relevant technical hand skills required by the technician working in the various engineering industries and workshops. Our workshop intends to impart basic know-how of various hand tools, power tools, machine tools and their use in different sections of manufacturing. Irrespective of branch, the use of workshop practices in day to day industrial as well domestic life helps to dissolve the real life problems. The workshop experiences would help to build the understanding of the complexity of the industrial job, along with time and skills requirements of the job. Workshop curriculum builds the hands on experiences which would help to learn manufacturing processes and production technology courses in successive semesters. Workshop practice is also important since only practice can make the man perfect. The students are advised to undergo each skill experience with remembrance, understanding and application with special emphasis on attitude of enquiry to know why and how for the various instructions and practices imparted to them in each shop. Institute has established eight instruction shops to learn and practices wide range of manufacturing processes. A resource in the workshop not only helps to complete engineering syllabus practical but also supports to undertake under graduate projects, creative competitive working models manufacturing

Sr.No Name of Shop/Section Total Cost of Equipment in Lakhs(Rs)
01 Fitting Section 2.6
02 Carpentry Section 1.5
03 Plumbing Section 0.25
04 Black-smithy Section 0.5
05 Welding Section 1.4
06 Sheet Metal work Section 0.25
07 Turning Section 1.5
08 Machine Section 4.5