Innovative Teaching Methods at Mechanical

Innovative Teaching Methods:

The use of innovative methods in educational institutions has the potential to improve education and also to empower people, strengthen governance and galvanize the effort to achieve the human development goal for the country.

The Department of ME follows Innovative teaching methods that involve using creative methods and teaching-learning materials for the benefit of students. A variety of modern tools are used to ensure that each student is fully engaged in learning and is interactive in classrooms.

Skill Development program:

Skills development is the process of identifying the skill gaps in students from the perspective of the current Industry standards, and helping students develop and hone these skills. Skills and knowledge development are the driving forces behind growth and development of any student. Skill building is a powerful tool to empower students and improve their social acceptance. Skill development programs raises confidence, improves competency of students through focused outcome based learning.

Skill based learning focuses on increasing employability of students through series of inputs to:

  • Equip students with appropriate hands-on skills which help them to be job- ready.
  • Core focus on technical skills leading to specialisation, thereby increasing efficacy of the student.

Each department identifies the core competent, current areas in which the student can develop their skills. Students of any department can opt for any of the verticals identified by any of the department. Thedetails of the verticals identified by Mechanical Engineering Department

“SOLIDWORKS™and GD&T”

 

» Crosswords of Elements of Mechanical Engineering

» Model Demonstration on Geneva Mechanism

» Quiz Comprehension on Heat Transfer

» Quiz Comprehension on Mechanical Measurements Metrology

» Model Demonstration on Pick and Place Robot

» Demonstration of Data Logger during Lab Visit

» Additional Facility Created in the Department

Mechanical Virtual Labs:

Virtual Labs is an innovative program that lets you interact with an Laboratory experiments  discovering its principles using ICT . Three Virtual Labs Shall be added in the first phase. The virtual lab accessibility  requires internet connectivity for remote access.

Virtual Lab( click here)

Visiting/Adjunct Faculty
Academic Year  2017-18
Sl. No. Faculty Name Affiliation

Visiting/ Adjunct/

Emeritus Faculty

Semester/ Course Taught Semester Session (odd/even) No. of hours of interaction
1

Dr. K. N. Seetharamu

&

Dr. T. R. Seetharam

Professor, ME Dept., PESU, Bengaluru. Adjunct faculty

V

Turbo Machines

Odd 26
2 Mr. M. Ravi

Business Division Head, Bosch Ltd.

 Bengaluru.

Adjunct faculty

VII

Hydraulics and Pneumatics

Odd 26
3 Mr. C. N. Prasad

Rajass Technologies

Operation Business Head Bengaluru.

Adjunct faculty

IV

Advanced Machine Tools

Even 26
4 Dr. T. R. Seetharam Professor, ME Dept., PESU, Bengaluru. Adjunct faculty

VI

Heat Transfer

Even 26

Academic Year 2016-17

Sl. No.

Faculty Name

Affiliation

Visiting/ Adjunct/ Emeritus Faculty

Semester/Course Taught

Semester Session (odd/even)

No. of hours of interaction

1

Dr. K.N. Seetharamu

&

Dr. T.R. Seetharam

Professor, ME Dept., PESU, Bengaluru.

Adjunct faculty

V

TurboMachines

Odd

26

2

Mr. C.N. Prasad

Rajass Technologies Operation Business Head, Bengaluru.

Adjunct faculty

VI

Non Traditional Machining

Even

26

Academic Year 2015-16

Sl. No.

Faculty Name

Affiliation

Visiting/ Adjunct/ Emeritus Faculty

Semester / Course Taught

Semester Session (odd/even)

No. of hours of interaction

1

Dr. K.N. Seetharamu

&

Dr. T.R. Seetharam

Professor, ME Dept., PESU, Bengaluru.

Adjunct faculty

VI

Heat & Mass Transfer

Even

26