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Aldel Education Trust's

St. John College of Engineering & Management

(Formerly St. John College of Engineering & Technology)

Vevoor Manor Road, Palghar (E), Dist: Palghar-401404

DESIGNING OF FPGA FOR OBSTACLE AVOIDANCE


ROBOT CAR

Proposal For
Minor research Grant
Submitted to
University of Mumbai
Academic year
2016-2017
Minor research Grant Proposal for University of
Mumbai

Title of the Project: Design and Fabrication of 3D Printer using


Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) Technology.

Index
From To
Sr.
Heading Content Page Page
No.
No No
1 Cover Page

Signed by the Head of the


2 Covering Letter
Institution
Introductory details about the
faculty, Institution, Principal
3 Annexure I (Part A)
Investigator and the co-
Investigator
4 Annexure I (Part B) Project Title and Project details

5 Annexure II Endorsement

Annexure III Papers Published by the Principal


6 Last five years Publications of Investigator and the co-
the Investigators investigator

Approvals & Research profile of


Annexure IV
7 Principal Investigator and the co-
Research profile
investigator

Annexure V DSR report signed by the head of


8
Equipment availability the institution

DG set details signed by the head


Annexure VI
9 of the institution and the Xerox
DG set availability
pages supporting the same

Approved plan position of the


Annexure VII
10 R&D laboratory indicating its
R&D Lab details
position
Annexure VIII Approved plan position of the
11 Central Library Facility and library indicating its position as
position Details well as the Library Book details

Annexure IX Details of the facilities extended


12
Library Use details by the central Library

ANNEXURE I
University of Mumbai
FORMAT FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL FOR MINOR RESEARCH
PROJECT

Part A

1. Subject and Faculty: Technology ( Mechanical Engineering)


2. Area of Specialization: Rapid Prototypingg (CAD/CAM/CAE)
3. Principal Investigator

(i) Name : Prof. Vinod G. Surange

(ii) Sex (M/F) :M

(iii) Date of Birth : 14.09.1987

(iv) Qualification : B.E (Mechanical), M.E (Mechanical)

(v) Designation : Assistant Professor

(vi) Address with Phone and : Office - St. John College of Engineering &
Mobile No. Management, Vevoor, Manor Road, Palghar
(E), Dist: Palghar-401404

: Residence - Flat No. 201, Sai Leela B Wing,


Ghodela Homes, Satpati Road,
Tembhode, Palghar (W)

: Phone No. - 02525-254846/254849/645810


Fax: 02525-256834

: Mobile No. - 9970842006

4. Co- Investigator
(i) Name : Prof. Pratik G. More

(ii) Sex (M/F) :M

(iii) Date of Birth : 17.01.1988

(iv) Qualification : M.E. Mechanical Engineering

(v) Designation : Assistant Professor

(vi) Address with Phone and : Office - St. John College of Engineering &
Mobile No. Management, Vevoor, Manor Road, Palghar
(E), Dist: Palghar-401404

: Residence - Flat No. C/5, ,Merchant Apt,


Datta Mandir Road, Viar(W)

: Phone No. - 02525-254846/254849/645810


Fax: 02525-256834

: Mobile No. - 9222577224

5. Name of the Institution where the project will be undertaken


a) Department Mechanical Engineering Department
b) College / University- St. John College of Engineering & Management
affiliated to University of Mumbai.

6. Whether the College / University is approved under Section 2 (f) and


12 B of the UGC Act?
Yes the college is affiliated to University of Mumbai

7. Teaching and Research Experience of Principal Investigator

a) Teaching Experience UG - 06 Years


PG Nil
b) Research experience
c) Whether the project has been approved by the University for the
Doctoral Degree? NA
If so, Please indicate
i.Date of Registration :
ii. Name and designation of the supervisor (Guide) approved by the University:
iii. Name of the University where registered :
d) In case the teacher holds a Doctoral degree: NA
i. Title of the thesis :
ii. Year of the award of degree :
iii. Name of the University :

e) Publication
Papers Published: 8
Accepted: 8
Books Published: NA
Accepted: NA
Communicated: NA

(Please enclose the list of papers and books published and / or accepted during
last five years)

8. Whether participated in University Assessment/Cluster Centers (CAP)


for assessing answer books of regular University Examinations held in
year 2015 and 2016 (Provide details):
The Principal Investigator is an Approved Examiner/ Moderator in the subject of
CAD/CAM/CAE and Material Technology at St. John college of Engineering &
Management from past many years.

Principal Investigator
Assessment in the year 2015: 125
Assessment in the year 2016: 155

Co-Investigator
Assessment in the year 2015: 107
Assessment in the year 2016: 106

PART B

8. (i) Project Title: Designing of FPGA for obstacle avoidance robot car

(ii) Introduction:
With the basic logic gates (NAND, NOR, NOT etc.) we can build a simple adder to multiplier
to complete processor. If we can connect these logic elements inside a chip the way we want
using a software program, then that's the FPGA; field-programmable gate array.
The FPGA-bot is a low-cost moving robotics platform. The FPGA-bot is designed
to be a small self-directed vehicle that is programmed to move in reaction to
sensory input. A wide variety of sensors can be easily attached to the FPGA bot.
Here we are using IR sensors for the detection of the obstacle. Then 9Vrechargeable battery
pack is used to supply power. Two DC drive motors are used to move t h e r o b o t .
The robot can move forward, left, right and stop based on the detection
o f t h e obstacle. The FPGA is automated to act as the controller. The DC motors
are controlled by timing pulses produced by the FPGA board. The appearance of
reconfigurable Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) has given increased to a
new platform of complete robot control system. With FPGA devices, we can
d e s i g n t o f i t t h e r e q u i r e m e n t o f c o n t r o l s ys t e m t a s k s f o r a r o b o t . A
F P G A - b a s e d c o n t r o l system is designed to solve the problem of parallel tasks
attaining control which occurs on single processor machine. FPGA is
as flexible as software and reliable as hardware. Timing analysis can be done
easily and also the programs can be converted into hardware blocks which do not
require any operating systems.
Figure 1: OBSTACLE AVOIDANCE USING FPGA FLOWCHART

(iii) Interdisciplinary relevance: Its boundless application across the different


fields of Science & Technology has led it to become a game changer in the next few
years. To name a few of the, Scientist at Dutch University hospital gave a 22-
year-old woman a plastic skull, shown below in figure

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Figure 2: 3D Printed Object

made with the help of a 3D printer. They quoted, Her skull had become very
thick (5cm) as compared to normal human beings (1.5cm) which was compressing
her brain and its function. With the technique of 3D Printing, exact size was
made and the implantation took 23 hours but it was successful. In the year 2013,
the contribution of the 3D printing to various industries is,
Automotive (21.2%)
Medical (15%)
Industrial (13.8%)
Aerospace (10.8%)
Architectural (5.2%)
Educational (3.0%)

(iv) Review of Research and Development in the Subject: 3D Printer can


contribute to the efforts at an international and national level.
International Status:
1. Title: Fabricate It, Paint It And Dont Wait up: Separating Fact from Fiction
in Digitally Sponsored Fabrication
Author(s): Dermott McMeel , Robert Amor
Publication: Springer Berlin Heidelberg (2013)
Conclusion: This paper offers perspectives on emerging trends in materiality and
digital fabrication. It explores effects on communication practices and investigates
how this changing materiality of data impacts collaboration and interoperability
within design and making. Computer numerical controlled (CNC) routing and
laser-cutting services are available in most major cities. Affordable kits for 3D
printers, CNC routers and DIY KUKA robots are available across the Internet. A
considerable part of the attraction of these tools is the ability to fabricate physical
goods without detailed fabrication knowledge. We look at this phenomenon
through two sets of examples, making furniture with a CNC router and making
robots and tangibles with a 3D printer.
Source: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-38974-0_14

2. Title: From Museum Exhibits to 3D Models


Author(s): Leszek Luchowski, Krzysztof Skabek
Publication: Springer Berlin Heidelberg (2009)
Conclusion: The paper presents the use of 3D scanners and printers for the
digitization of 3D objects of cultural heritage. The work describes the full
processing chain from the scanning of an exhibit to the creation of a tangible copy
using a 3D printer.
Source: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-00563-3_50
National Status:
India is developing rapidly as far as technology is concerned and in context to 3D
Printing, many start-ups and firms are playing pivotal role of exploring the 3D
Printing industry in India. To name a few, Imaginarium, Brahma3, KCbots,
think3D, JGroup Robotics, Makemendel are the companies giving services related
to 3D Printing to industries as well as to end customers. Imaginarium claims to
be largest Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing Center in India, which
gives services to Automotive, Architecture, Jewelery and many other industries.

This proposal describes an interdisciplinary approach to develop a low cost 3D


Printer by using materials which are easily available and cost effective. This
project is combination of various engineering disciplines like CAD/CAM/CAE,
mechatronics, micro-controller and various programming softwares.

Significance of the study:


1. Ability to customize products
Customization is the norm when it comes to 3D printing. With the desired raw
material, a 3D printer, and the required blueprint, we can manufacture any
object we want, with the specifications and design of our choice.

2. Rapid production of prototypes


3D printing enables quick production of prototypes or small-scale versions of the
real object. This helps researchers and engineers plan the actual object and catch
any design flaws that may affect quality and functionality.

3. Low cost of production


Although the initial cost of setting up a 3D printing facility may be high, the
overall savings in the form of labour costs, time saved, and equal effort for small-
scale and mass manufacturing ensures that the cost of production is relatively
low.

4. No storage cost
Since 3D printers can print products as and when needed, and does not cost
more than mass manufacturing, no expense on storage of goods is required.

5. Increased employment opportunities


Widespread use of 3D printing technology will increase the demand for designers
and technicians to operate 3D printers and create blueprints for products.

(v) Objectives:
Quick and Low Cost production of prototypes or small-scale versions of the
real object.
Catch any design flaws that may affect quality and functionality of
component.
Concept models Test form and fit, communicate design intent
Functional prototypes Tough prototypes that can be used for functional
tests
End-use parts Low volume production without tooling expense and lead
times
Manufacturing tools Quickly manufacture jigs, fixtures, tooling masters
and Production tooling without machining

(vi) Methodology and Plan of Work:

Methodology: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is the most affordable


techniques used in 3D Printing. For this project, we are adopting this technology
and below are the description about this technology. The Invention of FDM
Technology Stratasys founder Scott Crump invented FDM Technology more than
20 years ago, and Stratasys has continued to lead the 3D printing revolution ever
since, developing a range of systems that appeal to large manufacturers,
designers, engineers, educators and other professionals.

How FDM Works: 3D printers that run on FDM Technology build parts layer-by-
layer from the bottom up by heating and extruding thermoplastic filament. The
process is simple: Pre-processing: Build-preparation software slices and positions
a 3D CAD file and calculates a path to extrude thermoplastic and any necessary
support material.

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the 3D printer deposits a removable material that acts as scaffolding.

Post-processing: The user breaks away support material away or dissolves it in


detergent and water, and the part is ready to use.

Consumable Details: 3D Printing filament as Polylactic acid or polylactide (PLA,


Poly) which is a biodegradable thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from
renewable resources, such as corn starch (in the United States), tapioca roots,
chips or starch (mostly in Asia), or sugarcane (in the rest of the world).

Table below shows some of the properties of PLA material


Table1: Properties of PLA material
Parameters Properties

Temperature Print at 180 200oC and does not require heated bed

Shrinkage Printed parts does not shrinks as the printing height


increases

Heating of Filament No Toxic gases are emitted

Derivatives Made from plants rich in starch like sugar beets, corn and
wheat etc

Biodegradability Completely biodegradable since made from natural raw


material

Summary of Printing Process:


The Printing Process is the most important process in 3D Printer. From the
process of design
to the Printing can be Explained with the help of a flowchart consisting of three
steps.

Designing & Saving File in .STL Format

Importing .STL File in software for G&M Codes conversion

3D Printing

Figure 4: 3D Printing Steps

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(vii) Conclusion:

Complexity: The advent of 3D printing has seen a proliferation of


products (designed in digital environments), which involve levels of
complexity that simply could not be produced physically in any other way.
Tool-less: For industrial manufacturing, one of the most cost-, time- and
labour-intensive stages of the product development process is the
production of the tools. For low to medium volume applications, industrial
3D printing or additive manufacturing can eliminate the need for tool
production and, therefore, the costs, lead times and labour associated with
it.
Sustainable / Environmentally Friendly: 3D printing is also emerging
as an energy-efficient technology that can provide environmental
efficiencies in terms of both the manufacturing process itself, utilising up to
90% of standard materials, and, therefore, creating less waste, but also
throughout an additively manufactured products operating life, by way of
lighter and stronger design that imposes a reduced carbon footprint
compared with traditionally manufactured products.

(viii) Details of collaboration, If any intended


No

9. Financial Assistance required (Budget)

(i) Consumables and Standard Materials

Sr. Specification Quantity (No's) Estimated Cost


No. (Rs)

1 Linear bearing 14 2000

2 Drive Motors 6 5000

3 RAMPS 1 3000

4 Complete extruder set 1 5000

5 Arduino mega board 1 2500

6 SMPS power supply 1 3000

7 Limit switches & connecting wires 8 2000

8 PLA Spool 1kg 2000

9 Acrylic Sheet std. dimensions 5 1000

TOTAL 25500.00
(ii) Equipments and processing needed

Sr. Operation Hours Rate/Labour Amount


No. (Rs) (Rs)

1 CNC Machining 4 600 2400

2 Drilling 5 200 1000

3 Cutting 8 100 800

4 turning 4 100 400

5 Joining/ Welding 4 300 1200

6 Assembly 15 200 3000

7 wiring 20 200 4000

8 Painting 2 100 200

TOTAL 13000.00

(iii) Contingency & local travel:


Transportation cost = Rs. 3000.00
Local travel = Rs. 1000.00
Drawing cost = Rs. 1500.00
Report documentation and printing cost = Rs.2000.00
Miscellaneous: Rs. 1000.00
Total =Rs. 8500.00

Grand Total (i)+(ii)+(iii) = Rs. 47000.00

10. Whether the teacher has received support for the research project
from the UGC under Major, Minor, and scheme of support for research or
from any agency? If so,
please indicate : NO
1. Name of the agency from which the assistance was approved : NA
2. Sanction letter No and date under which the assistance was approved : NA
3. Amount approved and utilized : NA
4. Title of the project for which assistance was approved : NA
5. In case the project was completed, whether the work on the project has been
published : NA
6. If the candidate was working for the doctoral degree, whether the thesis was
submitted and accepted by the University for the Award of degree. : NA
(A summary of the report/ thesis in about 1,000 words may please be attached
with the application)
7. If the project has not been completed , please state the reasons : NA

11. (a) Details of the project/ scheme completed or ongoing with the PI:
NO (Not applicable)
(b) List of facilities that will be extended to the investigator (s) by
implementing institution
Laboratory Space and Furniture for R&D laboratory (104.72 Sq.M area)
Desktop and printer
Transportation facility as required
Library support as may be desirable
On duty leaves for sample characterization of samples.

(c) Available equipment & accessories to be utilized for the project.

Sr No Name of the Equipment Model and make

1 Desktop Lenovo, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM,


DDR3,,500GB HD,1GB Graphics card

2 Printer Printer HP LaserJet 5200N.Batch:


CNHX922599

3 CNC Lathe Trainer (SS-PT-100) Sr.No.15-16/362

4 CNC Mill Trainer (SS-PM-250) Sr.No.15-16/363

Any other information which the investigator may like to give in support of this
proposal which may be helpful in evaluating.
NA

To certify that

(a) General physical facilities, such as furniture/ space etc. are available in the
Department/ College/Institute

(b) We shall abide by the rules governing the scheme in case assistance is
provided to me/us from the above project.

(c) We shall complete the project within the stipulated period. If I/we fail to do so
and if the University is not satisfied with the progress of the research project, the
Committee may terminate the project immediately and ask for the refund of the
amount received by us.

(d) The above research project is not funded by any other agency

Name & Signature

a) Principal Investigator : Prof. Vinod G. Surange

b) Co- Investigator : Prof. Pratik G. More

c) Principal : Dr. Satish Takalikar


(Signatures with seal)

Annexure II

ENDORSEMENT
Academic year
2016-2017

Annexure III

Last five years publications by the


Principal Investigator and
the co- investigator
Academic year
2016-2017

Principal Investigator
Publication details

Name of the
Journal/International Year
Paper Title Author/s
conference/National /date/volume
conference

3D Printing Process International Research


Vinod G. Surange Vol.3, Issue 3,
using FDM Journal of Engineering &
et al. March 2016
Technology (IRJET)

Implementation of Six
Journal of Failure
Sigma to Reduce Cost
Analysis and Vol.15, Issue 1,
of Quality: Vinod G. Surange
Prevention, Springer May 2015
A Case Study of
Automobile Sector

Impact of poor quality Int. J. Quality


cost in automobile Vinod G. Surange Engineering and Vol. 4 No.1,
industry et al. Technology, Inderscience 2014
USA

Cost of Poor Quality


Analysis for Journal of The Institution
Vinod G. Surange Volume 94
Automobile Industry: A of Engineers (India):
et al. (2013)
Case Study Series C ISSN 2250 0545

A Review Research of International Journal of Vol. 4, Issue


Vinod G. Surange
Mathematical Models Scientific & Engineering 5,
et al.
of Quality Cost for Research May-2013
Manufacturing
Industry

Effective Utilisation Of International Journal of


Quality Cost Reducing Advanced Technology &
Vinod G. Surange Vol 3, Issue 2,
Tools In Automobile Engineering Research
et al. March 2013
Industry (IJATER) ISSN No: 2250-
3536

Assessment of Cost of International Journal of


poor quality for Vinod G. Surange Engineering Research Vol. 2, Issue 6,
Automobile Industry et al. and Applications (IJERA) Nov-Dec 12
ISSN: 2248-9622

Held at Raisoni
Review of Cost of
college of engg.,
Quality A Case of Vinod G. Surange National conference
et al. pune12-13th
Automobile Industry
march 2013

Co-Investigator
Publication details

Name of the
Journal/International Year
Paper Title Author/s
conference/National /date/volume
conference

International Journal on
Pratik
Electronically Operated Valve System Recent Technologies in
More
Review Mechanical and 2016
et al.
Electrical Engineering

Pratik
Fuel Cut-Off System for Vehicle Safety More IJRMEE 2015
et al.

Optimization of Turning Parameters Such asPratik


Speed Rate, Feed Rate, Depth of Cut More Asian Journal of 2014
for Surface Roughness by Taguchi Method et al. Engineering and
Technology Innovation

International Journal of
Pratik Emerging Technology
Case Study of Taguchi Method in More and Advance 2013
Optimization Of Turnig Parameter et al. Engineering

Annexure IV

Approval Details & Research profile of the


Principal Investigator
and
Co-Investigator
Academic year
2016-2017

St. John College of Engineering & Management


Palghar (E), Dist: Palghar-401404
E-Mail ID: principal@sjcet.co.in
Website: https://www.sjcet.co.in

RESEARCH PROFILE OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

1. Designation/Post: Assistant Professor


2. Department/Branch : Mechanical Engineering
3. Name of the candidate in full : Prof. Vinod G. Surange
4. Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy) : 14.09.1987
5. Nationality: Indian
6. Marital Status (Married/Single) : Married
7. Address for Correspondence : Flat No. 201, Sai Leela B Wing, Ghodela Homes,
Satpati Road, Tembhode, Palghar (W)
8. E- mail ID: vinod.surange@gmail.com, vinods@sjcet.co.in
9. Telephone Nos. (Mobile): 9970842006
10. Languages known: English, Hindi, Marathi
11. Educational Qualifications :

Board/ Year of
Examination Specialization School/College Percentage
University passing
Mechanical
Saraswati College
Engineering.
of Engineering, Mumbai January
M.E. (Manufacturing 72.16
kharghar, Navi University 2014
systems
Mumbai.
engineering)
Rajendra Mane
Mechanical
College of Engg. & Mumbai
B.E. Engineering 2009 70.78
Technology, Ambav University
(Devrukh),Ratnagiri
Swami
H. S. C Science Vivekananda Vidya M.S.B.S.H.S.E 2005 78.16
Mandir & Junior
College, Wada.Dt:
S. S. C S.S.C M.S.B.S.H.S.E 2003 89.60
Thane

12. Details of Experience :


Sr. From - Nature of
Organization Designation
No. to Experience
Class Advisor,
Assistant
St. John College of 16th
June Dept. NBA
Professor
1 Engineering & Technology, 2014 to Till Coordinator,
(USSC
Palghar (E) date Associated duties
Approved)
and Teaching

Training and
Placement
Coordinator, In
Saraswati College of Assistant charge Head of
17-01-2011 to
2 Engineering, Kharghar, Professor, Department, Time
june 2014
Navi-Mumbai Ad hoc Table Coordinator,
Class Advisor
associated duties
and Teaching

MACHINFABRIK, R-90,
Production 01-08-2010 to Daily Production
3 TTC Industrial area,
Engineer 16-01-2011 Activities.
Rabale, Navi Mumbai

Pratibha industries Ltd.


Trainee
SAW Pipe Div-Coating 01-08-2009 to Daily Production
4 Production
pant. At post Kone Tal: 31-07-2010 Activities.
Engineer
Wada Dist: Thane.
13. Details of Papers Published ( Other than Last Five Years if any )
Not Applicable.

14. PG/Ph.D. Teacher Approval Details :


Approval letter Ref No: NA
Number of students Guided : NA

Date: Signature of the Investigator

St. John College of Engineering & Management


Palghar (E), Dist: Palghar-401404
E-Mail ID: principal@sjcet.co.in
Website: https://www.sjcet.co.in

RESEARCH PROFILE OF CO-INVESTIGATOR

1. Designation/Post: Assistant Professor


2. Department/Branch : Mechanical Engineering
3. Name of the candidate in full : Prof. Pratik G.More
4. Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy) : 17.01.1988
5. Nationality: Indian
6. Marital Status (Married/Single) : Married
7. Address for Correspondence : Flat No. C/5, ,Merchant Apt, Datta Mandir Road,
Viar(W)
8. E- mail ID: pratik.more008@gmail.com
9. Telephone Nos. (Mobile): 9222577224
10. Languages known: English, Hindi, Marathi
11. Educational Qualifications :

Qualification University Year Subject Status

Mfg. Systems
Mumbai 2014 First
Engg.
M.E Mechanical
B.E Automobile
Mumbai 2009 Automobile Distinction

Shivaji 2005 Science First


HSC

12. Details of Experience :

Sr. Nature of Date of Date of


Name of Employer Post held
No duties/work joining leaving

1 SJCET, Palghar Asst. Prof. Teaching July 2016 -

2 SCOE, Kharghar Asst. Prof. Teaching Sept. 2010 June 2016

Service August
3 Linkway Honda Supervision July 2009
Advisor 2010

13. Details of Papers Published ( Other than Last Five Years if any )
Not Applicable.

14. PG/Ph.D. Teacher Approval Details :


Approval letter Ref No: NA
Number of students Guided : NA
Date: Signature of the
Investigator

Annexure V

Dead Stock Report (Available Instruments in the institution to


carry out the Project) Signed by the Head of the Institution
Academic year
2016-2017

Details of The Available Instruments in The Institution (Supporting to the


University of Mumbai Minor Research Grant Proposal Only)

Name of the Department: Mechanical Engineering

Sr. Name of Specification Dead stock No., Challan Quantity & Remark
No the s GPR No No. & Total s
. Equipmen Purchase order Bill No cost
t No,

Lenovo, Intel
Core i5, 8GB
3402/12-
RAM, SJCET/PO-
Desktop 13 Dtd Quantity:1
147/12-13/782
DDR3,,500GB 14.12.201 Cost: 38,250/-
1 2
HD,1GB
Graphics card

Printer HP
Aldel/Sjcet/Printe
LaserJet r 049, SJCET/PO- 43/13-14
Printer Quantity:1
2 214/12-13/289 Dtd Dtd
5200N.Batch: Cost: 95,000 /-
30.03.2013 04.04.13
CNHX922599
M/s.Square
(SS-PT-100) Systems
CNC Lathe 16 Dtd Quantity:1
Sr.No.15- SJCET/PO-
3 15.02.16 Cost:4,16,250/
Trainer 147/15-16/Mech-
16/362 -
001/004 Dtd
07.01.16
M/s.Square
(SS-PM-250) Systems
CNC Mill Quantity:1
Sr.No.15- SJCET/PO- 16 Dtd
4 Cost:5,79,375/
Trainer 147/15-16/Mech- 15.02.16
16/363 -
001/004 Dtd
07.01.16

Prof. Shivaji Shelar Dr. Satish Takalikar


Head of Mechanical Engineering Stamp Principal

Annexure VI

DG set details Signed by the Head of the Institution


and the
Xerox of the papers supporting it .
Academic year
2016-2017

D.G.SET
Sr. Name of Particulars of the Purchase Cost Date of Remark
No. the Equipment/Facility order No Procurement
Equipment
/Facility

Supply of 82.5
KVA/ at 0.8PF,
82.5 KVA
Prime power 3
CUMMINS DG SJCET/PIO-
Phase, 415 Volts, 5,18,794
SET 008/13- 15.05.2013
1 1500 RPM, /-
14/34
continuously rated
radiator cooled, DG
Set
Prof. Shivaji Shelar Dr. Satish Takalikar
Head of Mechanical Engineering Stamp Principal

Annexure VII

Approved Plan Position of the R&D Laboratory in the


Institution
Academic year
2016-2017

Annexure VIII

Approved Plan Position of the Library in the


institution
Academic year
2016-2017

Annexure IX

The Book Stacking details & E-Resource availability in


the
Library
Academic year
2016-2017
Facilities Details

Book Stacking Area: 200 SQM


Capacity: 17619 Books
Subject wise labelled cupboards.
Collection of CDs/ DVDs procured along with books & magazines.

Digital Library
Number of PCs connected on LAN: 10
Seating capacity: 10
Status of Internet connection: 16 mbps leased Access to e- resources like online
magazines, journals, conference proceedings and institute library content server

Reference Section
Seating capacity: 50
Resources available: magazines, journals, Encyclopaedia, handbooks,
dictionaries, thesaurus etc. Except the current month's issues other magazines can
be borrowed for a week

Reading Section
Seating Capacity: 200
Facilities: News papers, notice board with latest updates
[Air conditioned] [0 seats reserved for Faculty]
Library facility
Course-wise Titles and Volume status in the academic year 2016-17

Sr Name of the No of Number of Cost of Cost of Cost of


No Departments Titles volumes books Journals E-
for the National: Journals
department International:

1 Mechanical 485 3023

2 Civil 589 2697

Electronics&
3
Telecommunication
626 3173

4 Computer
5674559.00 126348.00 Nil
1014 4989
Information
5
Technology

6 First Year Engg. 1030 3737

Total 3744 17619


Mr.Yogesh Kawale Dr. Satish
Takalikar
Librarian Stamp Principal