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The Department of Mechanical Engineering at OmDayal Group of Institutions moulds engineers who strive for excellence in high quality education and outstanding professional services. This stream of engineering has a lot of opportunities due to vast developments in the fields of Design, Thermal and production Engineering.

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Developing a unique academic and research ambience to foster innovation, develop creativity and generate excellence among students of mechanical engineering by imparting role-model education with professional skills interacting with industry all the way.



  • To provide state-of-the-art academic infrastructure to the students for their holistic development.
  • To provide faculty and staff with required qualification and competence to make gradual enhancement of the students’ overall academic performance by imparting quality education in Mechanical Engineering.
  • To educate the students with effective technical communication skill and the spirit of teamwork for facing intellectual and ethical career challenges.
  • To bring out the talent latent in the students to motivate them to develop their entrepreneurship besides framing their mind-setting to make them fit for industries.
  • To motivate students in the direction of research and development to derive optimum result of their inherent talent.


To develop the Department as a centre of excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering in the next 5 years.



Program Educational Objectives for Mechanical Engineering are:

  • To impart theoretical knowledge and practical training on various subjects of Mechanical Engineering to students for making them technically sound and fit for the industry.
  • To prepare students for successful careers in industry, academics and research.
  • To promote team work among the students, which is essential for running an industry.
  • To provide a sound mathematical, scientific and engineering back up for the students, which is essential for formulation, analysis and solving engineering problems.
  • To provide opportunities for the students to work in the multidiscipline field of engineering so as to enlarge the ability among the students to understand the different industrial environments.
  • To promote student awareness and commitment to lifelong learning & professional ethics during the course of professional practice.


  • The Mechanical Engineering graduates will have ability
  • Engineering Knowledge: To apply fundamental concepts of mechanical engineering to solve in-field engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis: To make objective analysis of the real life problems for finding the required solutions.
  • Design / Development of Solutions: To design and conduct experiments within the limit of our capacity, model and analyse physical system, components, or process to meet desired needs.
  • Modern Tool Usage: To use modern engineering techniques, skills and computing tools necessary for solving engineering problems.
  • The Engineer and Society: To predict the impact of engineering solutions in both national and global levels and their effect on our society.
  • Environment & Sustainability: To perform design process economically and eco-friendly basis with the objective to retain sustainability on long term basis.
  • Ethics: To wed professionalism with ethical responsibility.
  • Individual and Team Work: To work as a team on practical assignments and projects to enhance interpersonal and leadership skills.
  • Communication: To communicate effectively through slides, video-conference, engineering drawing, written reports and oral presentations etc.
  • Life-long Learning: To recognize the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning.


The students gain practical knowledge and experience, through class lectures, laboratory practices with latest facilities besides taking part in seminars, workshops and various relevant projects. Students get first-hand knowledge of industry, its operation and control by means of several industrial visits and training. Over and above they are exposed to the latest developments in technology through participation in Technical Festivals in various premium institutions, lectures and seminars presented by experienced professionals from the industry and by eminent researchers from other institutes.

Labs & Workshops

Labs & Workshops

The department boasts of the following well-equipped state-of-the-art laboratories and workshops which impart practical training to the students to supplement their theoretical knowledge:

  1. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Lab
  2. Applied Fluid Mechanics Lab
  3. I.C Engine Lab
  4. Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer Lab
  5. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab
  6. Material Testing
  7. Manufacturing Technology Lab
  8. Advance Manufacturing Technology Lab
  9. Machining and Machine Tools Lab
  10. Applied Mechanics
  11. Metrology & Measurement Lab
  12. Dynamics of Machine Lab
  13. CAD lab
  14. Workshop
  15. Drawing Lab
  • CNC Machine (Advanced Manufacturing Lab)

  • Window Air Conditioning Trainer (RAC Lab)

  • Pin Fin Apparatus (Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer Lab)

  • Four Stroke Four Cylinder Petrol Engine (IC Engine Lab)

  • Francis Turbine (Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Lab)

  • CAD Lab



Department Calendar

Department Calendar

Odd Semester
Odd Semester For Ensuing New Batch For Continuing Batch
1 Commencement of Academic Programme 1st August, 2018 13th July, 2018
2 Admission activities (for ensuing new students) will be completed by 31st July, 2018 N.A.
3 Registration activities (for ensuing newly admitted students for the session 2016-17) will be completed by 10th September, 2018 N.A.
4 First Test Slot 14th & 15th September, 2018 14th & 15th September, 2018
5 Seminar/Workshop 4th week of September, 2018 4th week of September, 2018
6 Second Test Slot 16th & 17th November, 2018 16th & 17th November, 2018
7 Project Submission N.A. 20th November, 2018
8 Semester Practical Exam 22nd – 30th November, 2018 22nd – 30th November, 2018
9 Semester Theory Examinations 4th – 21st December, 2018 4th – 21st December, 2018
10 Inter Semester Break 24th December, 2018 – 12th January, 2019 24th December, 2018 – 12th January, 2019
11 Industrial Training N.A. 24th December, 2018 – 12th January, 2019


Results & Achievements

Results & Achievements



  • The following 1st year students of Department of Mechanical Engineering, OmDayal Group of Institutions have qualified the C and C++ online exam of Spoken Tutorial, 2017, a project of IIT Bombay, funded by National Mission on Education through ICT, MHRD, Govt. of India:
  • The following students of Department of Mechanical Engineering, OmDayal Group of Institutions have qualified for various competitive exams:
    1. Abhishek Jana – Qualified GATE 2018
    2. Sk. Sharuk Mohammad – Qualified GATE 2017
    3. Pulak Naskar – Qualified GATE 2015
    4. Kamal Gharami – Qualified GATE 2015
    5. Arnab Singha Roy – Qualified Defence Service 2015

Faculty Profile

Faculty Members

Name Designation Qualification Experience
Academic Industry
Samiran Maity Assistant Professor (HOD) MSc. Engg (Production Management), B.E.(MECH), FIE, FIV, Chartered Engineer 6 Years 35 Years
Parthasarathi Chattopadhayay Assistant Professor M.Tech(MECH), AMIE(MECH), AMIE(CHEM), B.Sc. (CHEM) 24 Years 12 Years
Ramen Kanti De Assistant Professor Ph.D. (Pursuing), M.E (MECH)(Heat Power Engineering), B.Tech (MECH) 5 Years
Ranjit Barua Assistant Professor Ph.D. (Pursuing ) M.Tech (MECH) (Manufacturing Technology), B.Tech (MECH) 3 Years 2 Years
Supriya Adak Assistant Professor M.Tech (Aerospace Engg), B.Tech (MECH) 2 Years
Aniruddha Sarkar Assistant Professor Ph.D. (Pursuing), M.E. (MECH), B.E. (MECH) 5 Years 4 Years
Sumit Bhowmik Assistant Professor M.Tech (Machine Design), B.Tech (MECH) 2 Years

Technical Assistants

Name Designation Qualification Experience
Academic Industry
Md. Noor Islam Sr. Technical Assistant Diploma (Mechanical Engineering) , Diploma (Mould Making), ITI (Fitter) 9 Years 29 Years
Debasish Banerjee Technical Assistant B.Sc (Physics, Hons), Diploma (Mechanical Engineering), AMIE (Pursuing). 5 Years 10 Years
Premchand De Technical Assistant Diploma (Mechanical Engineering) 6 Years 9 Years
Prasanta Karmakar Technical Assistant Diploma (Mechanical Engineering) , ITI (Fitter), AITT(Fitter) 4 Years 16 Years


Mechanical Engineering department gives special emphasis and attention in bringing out the new idea and concept through different kinds of projects by the students. Some of the notable projects done are Solar Pump, Solar Powered Air Compressor, Solar Powered Vacuum Cleaner, Pelton Wheel, Segway, Automated Conveyor, Ram Pump, Hydraulic Robotics Arm, etc.

Solar Pump : Solar pump is a portable DC pump that draws power from a 12V 1A battery which is charged by a solar panel set at a suitable angle to catch the optimum solar insolation. The pump developed a discharge head of 10m.

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Solar Pump

Solar powered Air Compressor : The prime mover of a solar compressor machine is an electric motor deriving energy from battery which is powered by a solar panel. It can be used to pressurize carbon dioxide to generate carbonated water.

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Solar powered Air Compressor

Solar powered Vacuum Cleaner : Solar powered vacuum cleaner is a portable tool which is very handy to move about for carrying out domestic cleaning. It can clear dust, dirt, sand particles from nooks and crannies of domestic furniture and household items.

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Solar powered Vacuum Cleaner

Pelton Wheel : It is a small head water turbine that generates enough energy to charge a 12V 1A battery by drawing water from a level of 10m.

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Pelton Wheel

Segway : The Segway is a two-wheeled, self-balancing, battery-powered electric vehicle used to move across distances in open space. Generally it is used in shopping mall, airport etc. Our student built such a vehicle with a load capacity of 50 Kg.

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Automated Conveyor : The concept of this conveyer system is to run the conveyor belt at loaded condition only. It will automatically stop when the load is withdrawn. Thus minimizing the power consumption. Our students used photo sensor and the master controller to actuate the movement of the belt.

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Automated Conveyor

Hydraulic Ram Pump : Hydraulic ram pump is a device with which small quantities of water can be lift to higher level from the available large quantity of water at low head without the consumption of any electrical energy. Our students were successful to lift water at a height of 2.5 m.

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Hydraulic Ram Pump

Hydraulic Robotic Arm : power generally used in material handling equipment. Our students made a prototype of the same by using water as the driving fluid.

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Hydraulic Robotic Arm

Seminars and Workshops

Seminars and Workshops

  • A seminar on ‘Applications of Solar Energy for Controlled Environment Cultivation and Food Preservation’ was organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, ODGI on 27th February, 2018. The aim of the seminar was to make the students aware of the utilization of solar energy in greenhouse technology and food preservation (cold storage). Respected Speaker, Dr. Aritra Ganguly [Assistant Professor, ME Department, IIEST (Shibpur)], discussed the principle and application of solar greenhouse technology in protected cultivation of rose flowers round the year in the climatic condition of Bagnan, Howrah. The need and viability of solar supported cold storage facilities for short and long term food preservation were also discussed.
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  • A workshop on ‘Recent Advances in Non-Conventional Machining’ was organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, ODGI on 30th August, 2017. The aim of the workshop was to make the students aware of the non-conventional/traditional machining processes in modern industrial approach. Respected Speaker, Mr. Sibabrata Mondal [Scientist – C, Society for Applied Microwave Electronics Engineering & Research (Govt. of India) – Kolkata Centre], discussed the principle, application and procedure of different types of non-conventional machining processes, as well as their advantages and disadvantages.
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  • Workshop on 3-D drafting named ‘Overview of Solidworks’ was organised by ME Department on 15th March, 2017 to make students aware of the drafting practices in the existing industries and use of design software like Solid Works.
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  • Two-day seminar on ‘Overview of Industrial Design and Carbide Cutting Tools’ was organised on 1st and 2nd September, 2016 by Mechanical Engineering Department. Mr. Shyam Sundar Mukhopadhyay, Executive Director (Engg.) of EMT Megatherm (P) Ltd. was present to deliver his lecture on design practices and standardization existing in Industrial design of equipment and machineries. Mr. Saranath Bhaduri, Vice President (Manufacturing) Ceratizit (I) Pvt. Limited delivered lecture on manufacturing science and carbide tools.
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  • A workshop on ‘Non-Destructive Testing’ was organised with the aid of ‘Institute of Non Destructive Testing’ on 23rd September where dye-penetration test, ultrasonic test and X ray test on welded surface was demonstrate.
  • A one day ‘3D Designing, Scanning and Printing’was organised on 4th May 2016 conducted by M/S Srijan Creation and live demonstrations of 3D printing was shown to the students which is one of the latest trends of Manufacturing industries now a days.
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Seminar and Workshops attended by Faculties:

Asst. Prof. Supriya Adak

  • Attended a Two-day National Seminar on Recent trends in Mechanical Engineering on 28thand 29th March 2018 at Future Institute of Engineering and Management (Sonarpur, WB).
  • Attended a five-day workshop on Research Methodology in Technical Education from 3rd to 7th July 2017 at National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training & Research [NITTTR] – Kolkata.

Asst. Prof. Sumit Bhowmik

  • Attended a Two-day National Seminar on Recent trends in Mechanical Engineering on 28th and 29th March 2018 at Future Institute of Engineering and Management (Sonarpur, WB).

Asst. Prof. Ramen Kanti De

  • Attended a Workshop on Recent Advances in Automobile Engineering (RAAE) on 28th September 2016 at IIEST Shibpur
  • Attended a Workshop on Research Methodology, from 16th to 18th June 2016 at IIEST Shibpur.

Asst. Prof. Ranjit Barua

  • Attended a one-day workshop on Aiming for Excellence: Pathways to Institutional Advancement through Research on 27th February 2018, conducted by AICTE (ER) at Aliah University (Park Circus campus, Kolkata).
  • Attended a Workshop on Research Methodology, from 16th to 18th June 2016 at IIEST Shibpur.

Asst. Prof. Parthasarathi Chattopadhyay

  • CFB Technology & Revamping of Boilers in India (4th National Workshop & Conference on CFB Technology, 3rd & 4th January 2003, Shibpur B.E.College, Howrah)
  • Circulating Fluidized Bed Technology and its Prospective Applications (2005), (The Seminar held at Bengal Engineering College (deemed University), Shibpur, Howrah, W.B.)
  • Thermodynamics & Fluid Science (The Seminar held on Feb.5-7, 2007 Jadavpur University (Mechanical Engineering Dept.)
  • Non-Conventional Sources for Energy Security (A Two-day Workshop Held on 21-22nd April, 2011 at Techno India Campus, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700091)
  • Engineering Thermodynamics (A Two-week ISTE Workshop held during 11th – 21st December, 2012 & conducted by IIT Bombay).
  • Attended one week refresher course on Advancement in Non-Conventional & Renewable Energy Technologies, from 27th June – 1st July, 2016, at Kolaghat Engineering College.


Asst. Prof. P. Chattopadhyay

Books published

Name of the Book Publisher Year of Publishing
1. PROBLEMS ON HEAT TRANSFER M/s. Khanna Publisher
2B, Nath Market
Delhi- 110 006
1989, 1997(2nd Ed.), 2003(3rd Ed.)
2. UNIT OPERATIONS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING – I -do- 1994, 1997(2nd Ed.), 2003(3rd Ed.)
ISBN: 9781259001499
[Enjoys the Life Time Satisfaction Guarantee privilege ever awarded by Mc-Graw Hill USA]
Tata McGraw-Hill
7 West Patel Nagar
New Delhi- 110008
The McGraw-Hill Co. , NY 10121
1994, 2000(2nd Ed.);
2003(two Reprints);
2004 (two Reprints) ;
2005 (one Reprint);
2006 (one reprint)
2015 (3rd Ed.)
ISBN: 9788186299937
The ASIAN Books Pvt. Ltd.
Darya Ganj
New Delhi 110002
2005(2nd Ed.)
ISBN: 9788186299920
-do- 2005
ISBN: 9788175155428
New Delhi – 2
ISBN: 9788184120332
The ASIAN Books
Darya Ganj
New Delhi- 110002
ISBN: 9780070704237
[The first ever compiled by an Indian author]
The McGraw-Hill Education, India 2011
ISBN: 9780198078876
[Heads the top of the list of the standard texts recommended by MAKAUT
for the Applied Thermodynamics paper of the 2nd yr, Mechanical Engineering students]
New Delhi, India
2015(2nd Ed.)
Title of the Paper Technical Magazines & Seminar Proceedings in which published Date of publication
1. Cogeneration in Fertilizer Industry Chemical Industry Digest 1st Qrt. 1990 issue
2. Air Pollution in Fertilizer Industry & Control Measures -do- 3rd Qrt. 1991 issue
3. Catalytic Control of Gas Turbine Emission -do- 4th Qrt. 1991 issue
4. Recent Advancements in Nitric Acid Technology -do- 1st Qrt. 1993 issue
5. Abating NOx Emissions -do- 4th Qrt. 1993 issue
6. Desonoxing -do- 1st Qrt. 1994 issue
7. SCR Technology and Catalyst Technology -do- 3rd Qrt. 1994 issue
8. Recent developments in Ammonia Catalysts -do- 2nd Qrt. 1995 issue
9. Emerging Clean Coal Technologies -do- Special issue AUG. 1995
10. Emissions Control in CFB Boiler CFB Technology & Revamping of Boilers in India
(Proceedings of the 4th National Workshop
& Conference on CFB Technology, 3rd
& 4th January 2003, Shibpur B.E.College, Howrah)
January 2003
11. Design & Scale-up of CFB Boiler CFB Technology & Revamping of Boilers in India
(Proceedings of the 4th National Workshop
& Conference on CFB Technology, 3rd
& 4th January 2003, Shibpur B.E.College, Howrah
January 2003
12. Hydrodynamics of CFB Boiler CFB Technology & Revamping of Boilers in India
(Proceedings of the 4th National Workshop
& Conference on CFB Technology, 3rd
& 4th January 2003, Shibpur B.E.College, Howrah
January 2003
13. CFB Boiler CFB Boiler Operating Experience Circulating Fluidized Bed Technology and its Prospective Applications (2005),
(Proceedings of the Seminar held at Bengal Engineering College
(Deemed University), Shibpur, Howrah, W.B.)
Jan. 1—14, 2005
14. CFB Boiler: Design -do- Jan. 1—14, 2005
15. Emissions & Emission Control in CFB Boiler -do- Jan. 1—14, 2005
16. Orifice Meters : Make the best out of it THERMODYNAMICS & FLUID SCIENCE
(Proceedings of the Seminar held in Feb.5-7,2007 Jadavpur University
(Mechanical Engineering Dept.)
17. Sizing of Orifice Meters: Graphical Method -do- -do-
18. Flowmeters: Selection of -do- -do-

Asst. Prof. Mr. Ramen Kanti De

  • De, R. K., and Ganguly, A., 2018, ‘Conceptual design and performance analysis of a parabolic trough collector supported multi-commodity cold storage’, Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (ICAME), March 22-24, SRM, Chennai.
  • De, R. K., and Ganguly, A., 2016, ‘Performance analysis of a solar hydrogen supported hybrid cold storage’, Proceedings of 31st Indian Engineering Congress, December 15–18, Kolkata.
  • De, R. K., and Ganguly, A., 2016 ‘Thermal model development and performance analysis of a solar photovoltaic supported greenhouse dryer’, Int. J. Renewable EnergyTechnology, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 361–382.
  • De, R. K., and Ganguly, A., 2015, ‘Thermal model development and performance analysis of solar greenhouse drying of Cabbage’, Proc. Int. Conf. on Advances in Mechanical Engineering and its Interdisciplinary Areas (ICAMEI 2015), TF 12, pp. 82-88.
  • De, R. K., and Ganguly, A., 2014, ‘Thermal model development for forced convection solar greenhouse drying of Peas’ Proc. Int. Conf. on Advanced Materials and Energy Technology (ICAMET 2014), IIEST, Shibpur, Howrah.

Asst. Prof. Ranjit Barua

  • Barua, R., Dutta, S., Sarkar, R., Datta, P., Barui, A.,2018, ‘Design and development of Alginate: Poly-Llysine Scaffolds by 3D printing and studying their mechanical, structural and cell viability properties’, Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (ICAME), March 22-24, SRM, Chennai.
  • Barua, R., and Mukherjee, S., 2016, ‘A Study of Taguchi Method Analysis for the Optimization of Factors of Eutectic Al-12Si-xCu Alloy Produced Through Powder Metallurgy Process’ International Research Journal Engineering & Technology, Vol. 03, Issue 06, pp.164-167.
  • Barua, R., and Dutta. P., 2016, ‘Development of 3D Printer With the Help of Soldering Technique’, RSC Book Research Article, ISBN : 978-95-8-813-44-8 , Sept2016
Special Honors

Special Honors

The book ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS, 2e by Parthasarathi Chattopadhyay, OUP, New Delhi heads the list of books recommended by MAKAUT as the Standard Primary Texts for the Applied Thermodynamics paper of 2nd year Mechanical Engineering students.

Industrial Training & Visits

Industrial Training & Visits

1. Industrial Visits

  • The Department of M.E. organized an Industrial Visit at ‘Manis Baking Solutions Pvt Ltd’ food park, Dhulagarh (WB), for the first year students (Engineering & Architecture) on 7th September, 2017.

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  • An Industrial Visit was organised for the students of Department of Mechanical Engineering at ‘Betterman Engineers Pvt Ltd’, Uluberia Growth Centre, Birshibpur (WB), on 13th February, 2018

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2. Industrial Training

Regular industrial training for the 5th and 6th semester students is organised to reputed industries like

  3. IOCL
  4. CESC
  5. WPIL
  11. SINTEX


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