“Mechanical Engineers – World Revolves Around Us”

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at MPSTME, Mumbai established in the year 2010, comprises 17 full-time faculty members and 7 full-time administrative and technical support staff. The department offers programmes in B Tech, MBA Tech, and B Tech (Integrated). The department has a number of laboratories, equipped with some state-of-the-art scientific instruments and systems. Along with ensuring a sound base in fundamentals, over the years it has been the department’s endeavor to keep abreast with the latest advancements in the field. In this vein, the department has cultivated into areas of Composites, Robotics, Aerospace, Nanotechnology, and Additive Manufacturing. The research work of the faculty members is spread over a vast range of domains, which, can be categorized broadly into three streams: Thermal and Fluids Engineering, Design Engineering, and Manufacturing Engineering.

Professional Societies & Student Clubs: Student Communities, Committees, or Clubs

  • BAJA (MPSTME racing team)
  • Team Lightening (Formula racing car)
  • ASME NMIMS Student Chapter


To be a center of excellence in Mechanical Engineering for education and research to create competent Mechanical Engineering graduates who can be employable in the industries and be part of innovation, research, problem-solving, and entrepreneurship to help mankind in particular and society in general.


  • To impart quality education in the field of Mechanical Engineering to the students.
  • To provide state-of-the-art facilities to the students to enable them to learn, understand, and apply the fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering in solving engineering problems.
  • Develop a relevant curriculum of studies that will cater to the needs of industry and society.
  • Promotion of team culture amongst students, faculties, and staff to create a conducive environment for better interaction with industries and collaborative research and development activities.


PO1 Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals for the solution of complex engineering problems in the mechanical engineering domain.
PO2 Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex mechanical engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics and mechanical engineering sciences.
PO3 Design and develop solutions for complex mechanical engineering problems by considering public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4 Use research-based knowledge including Design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data to solve mechanical engineering-related product problems.
PO5 Select, create, and apply current techniques/ tools and resources in mechanical engineering challenges.
PO6 Apply reasoning using contextual knowledge on contemporary issues and the impact of professional practice.
PO7 Apply the broad education necessary to understand the impact of mechanical engineering solutions on the environment and for sustainable development in society.
PO8 Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, norms, and best practices of mechanical engineering.
PO9 Function effectively as an individual and a team member in multidisciplinary settings to provide solutions to problems.
PO10 Effectively communicate within the mechanical engineering community in particular and society in general.
PO11 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of mechanical engineering sciences principles and apply these to one’s own work as a member and a leader to manage projects.
PO12 Engage in independent and lifelong learning to adapt to technological changes in the mechanical engineering field.


  • To demonstrate an ability to design, analyze, and optimize Mechanical Systems
  • To demonstrate competence in implementing, managing, and innovating mechanical technologies.

The department offers programmes in BTech, MBA Tech, and BTech (Integrated).

The department comprises 20 full-time faculty members and 9 full-time administrative and technical support staff.

The Mechanical Department at MPSTME is indulged in research in the areas of design, manufacturing, and thermal engineering including the latest areas like renewable energy, supply chain, composite materials, additive manufacturing, and automation. Some of the prominent research work of the department are given below:

AY 2023-24

Solar Tracking Systems – A Review Abhishek Priyam 2023-24 Journal of Mines, Metals & Fuels,
A Review on “Wind energy fuel as a Power Source for Automobiles” Abhishek Priyam 2023-24 Journal of Mines, Metals & Fuels,
Assessing Key Success Elements for the Economic Sustainability of the Robotics Industry Girish Bagle, SawanKumar Naik 2023-24 European Economic Letters
Investigation on Mechanical Properties of AA6061/TiB2 Metal Matrix Composites Fabricated by Squeeze Casting Process Samadhan Deshmukh, Dr. Asha Ingle and Dr. Dineshsingh Thakur 2023-24 NanoWorld Journal
Assessing Key Success Elements for the Economic Sustainability of the Robotics Industry SawanKumar Naik, Girish Bagle 2023-24 European Economic Letters
A Review of Solar Still Technology: Solution for Water Scarcity Aniket Chorghe, Ameya Dhavale, Vedant Mehta, Prahnesh Rao, Neepa Patel ,Abhishek Priyam 2023-24 International Journal of Environmental science and Technlogy

AY 2022-23

A thorough review of the existing concentrated solar power technologies and various performance enhancing techniques Abhishek Priyam, Nakul Kurkute 2022-23 Journal of Thermal analysis and Calorimetry
An encapsulation on Nano Drug Delivery Systems and their Probable Applications Likhit Sawant, Jayvardhan Vyas, Parvez Surani, Jatin Dalmia, Aliasgher Tinwala and Samadhan Deshmukh* 2022-23 NanoWorld Journal
Optimization of stir casting process parameters in the fabrication of aluminium based metal matrix composites Samadhan Deshmukh, Dr. Asha Ingle and Dr. Dineshsingh Thakur 2022-23 Material Today: Proceedings (In press)
Experimental investigation on mechanical properties of TiB2 reinforced AA6061 metal matrix composites fabricated by stir casting process Samadhan Deshmukh, Dr. Asha Ingle and Dr. Dineshsingh Thakur 2022-23 Material Today: Proceedings (In press)

From 2019 to 2022

Parametric review of microwave-based materials processing and its applications Dr. Asha Ingle 2019-20 Journal of Materials Research and Technology
Effect of notch-depth ratio on intermittent electromagnetic radiation from Cu-Ni alloyunder tension Ranjana Singh 2019-20 Materials Testing
On Numerical Investigation of Nusselt Distribution Profile of Heat Sink Using Lateral Impingement of Air Jet Dr. Siddique Umair 2019-20 CFD letters
Effect of process parameters on Defect Features and Mechanical Performance of Friction Stir Lap Welded AA6063 And ETP Copper joints Dr. Ravi Terkar 2019-20 International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering
Analyzing the effect of process parameters on Friction Stir Welded AA6063-ETP copper joint using Taguchi Technique Dr. Ravi Terkar 2019-20 International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering
Monte Carlo simulation based prediction model for ultimate tensile strength of Friction Stir Welded AA6063-ETP copper joint Dr. Ravi Terkar 2019-20 IOP Materials science and Engineering
“Applications and challenges of arc welding methods in dissimilar metal joining” Dr. Asha Ingle 2019-20 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
“Numerical analysis of microwave heating: Fundamentals and applications”, Dr. Asha Ingle 2019-20 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Improving the efficiency of the Lay-Up process in the manufacture of Solar Panels through time-study Neepa Patel 2019-20 IOP Materials science and Engineering
A Review On Spd Processes To Produce Ultrafine-Grained And Multilayer Nanostructured Tubes Mohan Bodkhe, Sanjeev Sharma 2020-21 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CREATIVE RESEARCH THOUGHTS – IJCRT (IJCRT.ORG
4Qs Model To Assess The Student Learning Capabilities Sunny Nanade 2020-21 International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology
Supplier Selection in MSME Gear Manufacturing Industries Using a MCDM Technique Dr. Ashish Deshmukh, Dr. Hari Vasudevan 2020-21 Intelligent Manufacturing and Automation
A Study Of Computer Numerical Control (Cnc) Toolpath And Profile Milling On Cam Software Zoya Rizvi 2020-21 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CREATIVE RESEARCH THOUGHTS – IJCRT
An Overview of Aluminium Matrix Composites: Particulate Reinforcements, Manufacturing, Modelling and Machining Girish Joshi, Dr. Asha Ingle, Samadhan Deshmukh 2020-21 Materials Today: Proceedings, Elsevier Ltd.
An overview of the microstructure and mechanical properties of copper tube by SPD process Mohan Bodkhe 2020-21 Materials Today: Proceedings, Elsevier Ltd.
A review on SPD processes used to produce ultrafine-grained and multilayer nanostructured tubes Mohan Bodkhe 2020-21 Materials Today: Proceedings
Robust Prioritization of Remanufacturing Drivers for Original Equipment Manufacturer from End-user Perspective Sawankumar Naik, Dr. Ravi Terkar 2021-22 Design Engineering
A Methodology to Develop and Statistically Validate a Framework of Design Factors to Drive Remanufacturing Sawankumar Naik, Dr. Ravi Terkar 2021-22 Design Engineering
A Methodology to Develop and Statistically Validate a Framework of Design Factors to Drive Remanufacturing Sawankumar Naik, Dr. Ravi Terkar 2021-22 Design Engineering
Role of Operations Management in Driving Growth of Manufacturing Industry in India Girish Bagale and Sawankumar Naik 2021-22 Empirical Economics Letters
Factors affecting the deep drawing process–A review Mohan Bodkhe 2021-22 Materials Today: Proceedings
Characterizing soil’s thermal property for earth air heat exchanger through experiment Swati Donde 2021-22 Materials Today Proceedings
A Review on Tidal Energy Technologies Chirag Shetty, Abhishek Priyam 2021-22 Materials Today Proceedings
Printing parameters and materials affecting mechanical properties of FDM-3D printed Parts: Perspective and prospects M Doshi, A Mahale, SK Singh, S Deshmukh 2021-22 Materials Today: Proceedings
A comprehensive review on effect of printing parameters on mechanical properties of FDM printed parts S Khan, K Joshi, S Deshmukh 2021-22 Materials Today: Proceedings
An overview on parametric study of photochemical machining process and its applications J Vyas, L Sawant, S Tyagi, G Joshi, S Deshmukh, A Ingle 2021-22 Materials Today: Proceedings
Parametric review on friction stir welding for under water and dissimilar metal joining applications S Naik, S Panda, S Padhye, G Lobo, G Joshi, S Deshmukh, A Ingle 2021-22 Materials Today: Proceedings
Review on mechanical characterization of 3D printed parts created using material jetting process S Tyagi, A Yadav, S Deshmukh 2021-22 Materials Today: Proceedings

Book Chapters

Name of the author/s Name of the Chapter Name of the book Name of Publisher ISBN No. Year
Trushna Prajapati and Abhishek Priyam A Review on Photovoltaic Cells Smart Energy and Advancement in Power Technologies Springer 978-9811949708 2022-23
Dr. Ravi Terkar and Sushil Mishra A Literature Review on Application of Lean Manufacturing Techniques Recent Trends in Product Design and Intelligent Manufacturing Systems pp 877–893 Springer, Singapur 978-9811946059 2022-23
Abira Mukherjee, Dr. Nagahanumaiah, Dr. Santanu Das Exploration of Material Removal Mechanism in Micro-Nano-Electrical Discharge Machining Recent Advances in Thermofluids and Manufacturing Engineering pp 459–469 Springer 978-9811943874 2022-23


All the classrooms are air-conditioned and equipped with Smartboard, PA System, and WiFi.


The NMIMS MPSTME Mumbai mechanical engineering laboratories are a hive of activity where theory and practice collide. Here, students conduct practical experiments to further solidify their grasp of mechanical concepts. All three of the mechanical engineering domains—manufacturing, design, and thermal—are served by laboratories. Modern labs include those for 3D printing, hydraulics, and pneumatics. Theory of Machines (TOM), Vibrations Laboratory, and CAD/CAM labs are two examples of design labs. Heat Transfer, IC Engine Laboratories, and Refrigeration & Air Conditioning are examples of thermal labs. The MPSTME mechanical engineering labs encourage creativity and the problem-solving abilities necessary for future engineers.





Library Services:
The library is the heart of knowledge and information. It is an essential and integral component of the institute. The library supports the teaching, learning, and research activities of the institute. It has a rich collection of print and non-print resources on Engineering, Technology, Management, and allied subjects. The well-furnished, air-conditioned, and Wi-Fi-enabled library is located on the ground floor of the institute. It is spacious and comfortable and it is managed by trained library professionals who assist the library users effectively and promptly. The main library has an area of 231.68 Sq. Mts., with a seating capacity of 110. The library’s working hours on all working days are 8.00 am to 8.00 pm. The library consists of two parts: 1. Stacking with a reading area and 2. Administrative area with circulation section. The development and growth of the library are planned under the leadership of the Library Advisory Committee

Participation in Competitions

Industrial visits

Shriya Rane, a fourth-year B Tech Mechanical Engineering student at the Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering (MPSTME), has been awarded the highly acclaimed Faurecia Sustainable Mobility Solutions scholarship. Shriya secured a position in the top 10 out of almost 250 girls from various cities in Maharashtra who participated in the program. This achievement not only grants her a scholarship of INR 1,25,000 but also provides her with preference in Faurecia’s recruitment drive, besides opening doors to new opportunities, including mentorship, collaboration, and potential career prospects.

Faculty - Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Ashish Deshmukh

Associate Professor, HOD

Dr. Ravi Terkar


Dr. Rajesh Patil

Associate Professor

Dr. Sawankumar Naik

Assistant Professor

Prof. Swati Donde

Assistant Professor

Prof. Sunil Bhil

Assistant Professor

Prof. Samadhan Deshmukh

Assistant Professor

Prof. Neepa Patel

Assistant Professor

Prof. Giridhar Chavan

Assistant Professor

Prof. Asif Momin

Assistant Professor

Prof. Zoya Rizvi

Assistant Professor

Prof. Nilesh Balki

Assistant Professor

Prof. Abira Mukherjee

Assistant Professor

Prof. Mohan Bodkhe

Assistant Professor

Dr. Abhishek Priyam

Assistant Professor

Prof. Mayur Marathe

Assistant Professor

Prof. G.K.Marthande

Assistant Professor

Staff - Mechanical Engineering
Ms. Sheron Tuscano


Mr. Prachin Patil

Lab Asst.

Mr. Hemant Kolambe

Lab Asst.

Mr. Anilsing Patil

Lab Asst.

Mr. Yashraj Ghalame

Lab Asst.

Mr. Swapnil Shinde

Lab Asst.

Mr. Santosh Khanvilkar

Lab Asst.

Student Testimonials
  • Ms. Neha Parab
    Ms. Neha Parab

    Pursuing Mechanical Engineering has truly given me an edge and insights of this marvel; especially being a part of MPSTME, NMIMS which not only has upscaled me academically, but also with the immense opportunities and extra curricula. Furthermore, interning at Amazon as an India FC Operations Manager Intern has been a boon wherein all 4 years of Mechanical Engineering at MPSTME has played a pivotal role in this operations and engineering-development forte.