The workshop provides an opportunity for students to have hands on experience on modern various machine tools such as all geared lathe, CNC lathe and milling, shaper ,drilling grinding, welding etc. Also introduce them on various trades like carpentry, fitting, plumbing, welding, blacksmithy, casting, computer hardware, electrical and electronics workshop.
The moulding and casting shop is equipped with coal fired crucible furnace with a sand bed and all moulding equipment and accessories. The blacksmithy shop having hearths, anvil and centralized blower.
In the present age when science and technology form the backbone of industry, a technocrat is expected to acquire greater level of skills and knowledge. He has to confront the complexities of competitive manufacture and very fast development in the design of machinery and innovations in productive methods. Engineering curriculum should therefore conform to the above need effectively.The main purpose of an engineering workshop is to provide the basic working knowledge of the production and the properties of different material used in industry and to appraise the students of basics and applications of various types of tools, equipments, machinery and techniques used in manufacturing to facilitate shaping of these materials into useful products and components. The engineering workshop should provide a good theoretical background as well as a sound practical on hand practice to a student. This knowledge is highly essential for pragmatic supervision and control of productive operations in shops.
General objectives of workshop are :
- To acquire related trade knowledge and practical skills in metal cutting, metal joining, metal forming and other operations.
- To acquire related trade knowledge and practical skills in engineering measurements.
- Finishing various jobs within the specified limits, with proper measurements and valuating them by appropriate inspection methods and tools
- To acquire experience in preventive and corrective maintenance of various machine tools, cutting tools and equipments.
- To analyze the processes that go into the making of a job i.e. to prepare process planning operation scheme and route sheet comprising various operations and the sequence with which operations are to be carried out.
The aim in the workshop is to impart practical knowledge to the students and to produce a spirit of doing work with own hands. Students are also given small projects during summer training. College workshop also provides aid to the maintenance unit of the college. The workshop is having different shops viz.
- Fitting Shop
- Black Smithy Shop
- Welding Shop
- Machine Shop
- Foundry Shop
- Carpentry Shop
- Tin Smithy Shop
- Computer hardware shop
- Electrical shop
- Electronics shop
All these shops are equipped with latest machines tools, instruments and other necessary equipments. Each shop has relevant charts and lab manuals, demonstration boards and operations which help in imparting quality education to the students.
Major equipments in workshop are :
- All Geared Lathe Machines
- Milling Machine
- Bench Grinder
- Drilling Machines
- Radial Drilling Machine
- Welding Sets
- Open Hearth Furnaces
- Hydraulic Hacksaw
- Bending Machine
- Shearing machine
- Manufactured tables and stools required for various shops.
- Manufactured flower stands, foot stands by using Welding Sets from scrap material.
- Manufactured welding table.
- Maintenance of various departments.
- Grill for hostels, new buildings.
- Open hearth furnaces for black smithy shop.
STAFF LIST :
|1||G. C. Jadhav||Workshop Superintendent|
|2||S. B. Barkale||Instructor (M/C shop)|
|3||S. K. Nagare||Instructor (Carpentry shop)|
|4||B. G. Khobragade||Instructor (Foundry shop)|
|5||K. K. Patil||Instructor (Fitting shop)|
|6||G. R. Mishra||Asst.Instructor (F&P shop)|
|7||S. D. Chaudhari||Instructor (Plumbing shop)|
|8||D. K. Patil||Instructor (M/C shop)|
|9||G. M. Bawaskar||Instructor(Welding shop)|
|10||P. R. Chilwante||Instructor(Carpentry shop)|
|11||N. G. Khadgod||Instructor (Fitting shop)|