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Undergraduate Program

Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering (NBA Accredited) was established in the year 2003. offering a Bachelor of Technology degree with an intake of 120 students (I Shift). We aim to provide our students with a perfect blend of intellectual and practical experiences we have the best & well qualified dedicated faculty and staff members. The dedication and hard work of the faculty and staff members have given fruitful results.

The department has the most modern infrastructure to undertake high-end teaching, research, and developmental activities department has well-equipped laboratories with well-established workshops for training in Smithy, Carpentry, Welding, Fitting, and Machine tools. A separate CENTER OF EXCELLENCE has been established which gives the opportunity to the students to work on the software such as SOLID WORKS, ANSYS, COMSOL, Pro-ENGINEER, AutoCAD, MATLAB, etc. Offering a selection of projects, seminars, and training facilities besides technical visits to industrial enterprises and specialized lectures from industry specialists generates enormous potential and confidence among the students enabling them to independently handle life-size problems in their engineering careers. MoUs (Memorandum of Understanding) are signed with various industries offering opportunities to the students to learn the working culture of the industry.


Mechanical Engineering Department, established in 2003 with a meagre 60 seats. Mechanical Engineering Department is one of the oldest and biggest departments of the institute with the student strength of about 720 and faculty strength of 40.

The Department currently offers Under Graduate program B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering. Department has well-balanced Faculty with sound academic and industrial experience & well-equipped laboratory expose students to correlate theoretical concept in the practical work.
Center of Excellence was established in 2018 in collaboration with CADD Centre to promote high-quality education by providing state-of-the-art and emerging technologies in the academy as well as industry with the objective of nurturing highly engineering professionals. The department is always motivating students to participate in the various technical/social activities held inside/outside the institute to develop their dynamic personality and leadership quality.

Moonriders (Est. 2009): Moonriders is a student club in which students work on the automobiles, takes part in a different national level competition. Our students have performed excellently at National level and State level competitions like Jaipur Street karting Cup, IKC Kolhapur.

The Mechanical Engineering Department strives to be recognized globally for outcome-based technical knowledge and to produce a quality human resource, who can manage the advanced technologies and contribute to society.

M1.To impart quality technical knowledge to the learners to make them globally competitive mechanical engineers.

M2.To provide the learners ethical guidelines along with an excellent academic environment for a long productive career.

M3.To promote the industry-institute relationship.

The Mechanical Engineering Department intends to provide practical industry based technical and professional education to the students. Educational excellence is the central focus of all activities within the Department. Our faculty and staff take great pride in developing a curriculum that provokes students to think deeply, broadly and independently to prepare them to be leaders in engineering and other professions. The dual emphasis on fundamental concepts and design innovation in our curriculum equips our graduates to address and solve the most complex technological and societal challenges. Through their passion and dedication, our Professors and teaching staff apply their expertise towards developing new teaching methods and paradigms that stimulate excitement in both traditional and emerging fields of endeavour, and set the highest expectations for our students. The Department is actively associated in grooming the engineering graduates in Mechanical Engineering by nurturing them with inputs from various basic and specialized subjects including Production, Industrial, Thermal and Design Engineering. A wide selection of projects, seminars and training facilities besides technical visits to industrial enterprises and specialized lectures from industry specialists generates enormous potential and confidence among the students enabling them to independently handle the life-size problems in their engineering careers. The faculty members of the department have organized national and international conferences; this success would not be possible without select, highly motivated and inquisitive students dedicated to achieve excellence in the classroom, the laboratory and through extracurricular activities.


Dr. M.P. Singh
Program Coordinator, ME

To request additional information concerning the Department of Mechanical Engineering, you can reach us at:

Dr. M.P. Singh

Programme Coordinator


The Department is affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University and offers Under-Graduate programs.

The ME Department practices the Outcome-Based Education (OBE) approach for the teaching-learning process. This is a learning-centric approach rather than a traditional teaching-centric approach to education. This approach focuses on the attributes the students should possess after the completion of the programme through the following key questions:-

  1. At the end of the course, what should a student be able to do?
  2. How can the faculty and staff help the student in gaining this ability?
  3. How will we measure if the students have gained this ability?
  4. How to involve all the stakeholders viz. students, faculty, alumni, employers, industry, parents, and society, for continuous improvement of the program?

Under the OBE model, the quality of teaching is measured by the quality of learning, defined as outcomes, that takes place. Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) are formulated to align with the vision and mission of the Department. Program Outcomes (POs) are defined to achieve PEOs which are further aligned to the Course Outcomes (CO) of each subject. Vision, Mission, and PEOs are the long-term outcomes whereas POs and COs are the short-term outcomes

Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering or B.Tech. (ME) is a full-time undergraduate programme, affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University(RTU), with a total duration 4 years, each year comprising of two semesters. It is one of the most sought-after programmes. All admissions to this programme are through Rajasthan Engineering Admission Process(REAP).

The course curriculum includes core courses along with professional as well as open elective courses. Courses from humanities and social, basic and engineering sciences are also given due weight as per standard norms.

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PEO1. To provide students with the fundamentals of engineering sciences with more emphasis on Mechanical Engineering by analyzing and exploiting engineering challenges.

PEO2.To train students with good scientific and engineering knowledge so as to comprehend, analyze, design, and create novel products and solutions for real-life problems in Mechanical Engineering.

PEO3. To inculcate professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, entrepreneurial thinking, and an ability to relate Mechanical Engineering issues with social issues.

PEO4. To provide students with an academic environment aware of excellence, leadership, written ethical codes and guidelines, and the self-motivated life-long learning needed for a successful professional career in Mechanical Engineering.

PEO5. To prepare students to excel in industry and higher education by educating students with high moral values and knowledge in Mechanical Engineering.

PSO1. Apply the knowledge of material science, manufacturing, and design to implement the various concepts of vehicle mechanism
PSO2. Apply the knowledge of 3D-printing technology in the design and development of prototypes.



B.Tech VII Sem (2019-20) 

Best Projects

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Workshop on Electric Vehicle by Baba Automobiles

Date of the event:27.04.2021 to 01.05.2021.

Venue: Online through Zoom.

Resource Person/ Organization: Mr. Nimesh Baba from BABA AUTOMOBILES PVT. LTD. JAIPUR.

Outcome: EVs are not limited to, road and rail vehicles, surface and underwater vessels, electric aircraft, and electric spacecraft. This workshop helped students in getting practical knowledge about EVs virtually.

Workshop on Solid Works & Ansys Workbench

Date of the event:19.04.2021 to 24.04.2021.

Venue:Online through zoom.

Resource Person/ Organization : CADEMATE Training and Technical Services Pvt. Ltd., Jaipur.

Outcome:Students were able to do hands on practice during the workshop due to which it was very much engaging & interactive session this workshop helped students to get a deep knowledge & also to do it practically.

Webinar on “Design of Mechanisms”

Date of the event:Thursday 13th May, 2021

Venue:Online through Google Meet

Resource Person/ Organization : : Dr. Kailash Chaudhary Professor MBM Jodhpur

Outcome:: Mr. Kailash Chaudhary was very interactive with the fellows attending the webinar and gave information about the design of mechanism.

FDP on “how to Reform & Retool During Pandemic”

Date of the event:Friday 07th May 2021

Venue:Online through Google Meet


Outcome:It was focused on stress management & to address the reason behind stress especially during the pandemic. Speaker discussed about different reasons behind stress & how to deal with it.

Webinar on “fluid Pressure Measurement and It’s Industrial Applications ”

Date of the event:Friday 14th May, 2021

Venue:Online through Google Meet

Resource Person/ Organization : MR VINAY DHAKREY (ENGINEERS ACADEMY)

Outcome:Mr. Vinay Dhakery was very interactive with the fellows attending the webinar and gave information about different types of pressure measurement methods..

WEBINAR on “Innovation & Future of Startups”

Date of the event:06th November, 2020..

Venue:Online through Google Meet.

Resource Person/ Organization : Mr Jainam Mehta and Mr Sohil Patel Oizom Instruments Pvt. Ltd., Gujarat .

Outcome: Machine learning AI, AR VR, Health Care, Ed Tech, IoT and Automobile sector. He explained the 4 key ingredients of successful startups –correct Timing, good Team, better Idea and a great Network (Connection).

WEBINAR on “Mentoring and Principles of System Thinking”

Date of the event:3rd November, 2020.

Venue:Online through Google Meet.

Resource Person/ Organization: : Mr Adam Walls Lead & Business Architect, Program Director, London, U.K..

Outcome:The speaker has begun the session with the topic – “Principle of System Thinking” in which he has related the daily life with engineering terminologies..

WEBINAR on “Trends in HVAC Industry”

Date of the event:13th October, 2020.

Venue:Online through Google Meet.

Resource Person/ Organization : : Mr Paramjit Thakur Entrepreneurship Development Cell Head, SCOE, Mumbai.

Outcome: An explanation was given on the motive of the presentation and ISHARAE community who helped the students to interact with the project managers and consultants if you have the membership of society..

WEBINAR on “Career Enhancement and Role of Communication Skill in E- Commerce”

Date of the event:14th October, 2020.

Venue:Online through Google Meet.

Resource Person/ Organization : Mr Sameer Hassan Director Learning & Development, Filpkart, Bengaluru.

Outcome:The webinar and gave information about huge possibilities to grow. He said that until 2030, most youngsters or people of India will shop online. In webinar it was also discussed how engineers and where can they grab their opportunity to work in the field of E-commerce..

WEBINAR on “Convection and Dimensionless Numbers”

Date of the event:21st October, 2020.

Venue:Online through Google Meet.

Resource Person/ Organization : Dr. Sandeep Joshi Principal, Pillai College of Engineering.

Outcome:The webinar was focused on two different phases: How convection phenomenon is implementing Practically. Analysis of dimensionless number.


Date of the event:18th to 20th Jan 2017.

Venue: LNMIIT.

Objective/s: Mr. Harshul Khandelwal (III Year) with his group participated in ROBOWAR.

Outcome: Won II prize


Date of the event:27th to 30th Jan, 2017.

Venue:Farid College of Engineering & Technology, Bhatinda.

Objective/s:Mr. Gourav Lodha (III Year) with his group participated in RC Car event.

RC Car Event

Date of the event:15-18thFebruary 2017.

Venue: RTU, Kota

Objective/s: Mr. Arpit Natani (III Year) and Arpit Agarwal (III Year) participated in the RC car competition

Outcome: xWon II prize.

Elite Carting

Date of the event:14-20thFebruary 2017.

Venue: Bhopal

Objective/s: Moonrider Club of JECRC participated in a Go Cart event “Elite Carting”

Conference [RESSD-2016]

Date of the event:7-8thOctober, 2016

Venue: JECRC


To provide an exceptional platform to the academicians, researchers and students.

To focus on the recent technological developments in all the areas of renewable energy sources and sustainable development.

To meet and discuss the practical solutions, scientific results and methods in solving various problems with people who are actively involved in emerging research fields.


Students and research scholars were made aware of the recent trends in the field of renewable energy.

Students knew about the benefits of such conferences so that they may get an insight into the field of research which is an essential factor for the advancement of their career.

Faculty Development Programme

Date of the event:7-11thNovember 2016.

Venue: JECRC

Objective/s: The changing economics of production and distribution, along with shifts in consumer demand and the emergence of smart products, are pushing manufacturers to explore radically new ways of creating and capturing value. Emergence of new materials has resulted in new manufacturing techniques being used in the industry. The main aim of the program was to expose the participants to advanced manufacturing technologies including hybrid machining and additive manufacturing.

Outcome: Faculty members gained extensive details of new materials, manufacturing technologies, manufacturing processes, hybrid machining, and additive manufacturing knowledge along with practical knowledge. Case studies and practical examples enriched faculty members’ concepts on the above topics and that will help faculty members to conduct labs in the institution. The advanced manufacturing technologies and manufacturing processes also benefited faculty members by upgrading the knowledge of students, so that they can easily interact with industry and make a strong bond between the institution and industry.



Objective/s:This Embryo aimed to tap the minds of budding mechanical engineers. In this regard, we had enclosed the poster of the Embryo. The events like paper presentation in the symposium helped students to think and come up with innovative ideas, also enhanced the on stage skills of the students. It also challenged the students ability apart from academic proficiency, helps in bringing out professionalism and volunteering traits from the individuals.

Reverse Engineering

Objective/s:“Do you think… You know everything about Automobile Engine”, with this tag line we organized an event that requires in depth knowledge about various components involved in the assembly of an Automobile Engine. The participants disassembled and assembled the automobile engines in this event.

Code Mania

Objective/s: This event was organized to examine the soft skills of students. In this event, participant were challenged to design 3-D objects on AutoCAD

Mighty Thottle

Objective/s: This event was organized for RC Car racers. The participants were instructed to build a Remote Controlled IC engine-powered car to traverse a race track in the minimum possible time. The time track was composed of several turns with increasing difficulty levels.

Fork Lifter

Objective/s:This event was about building a crane using wooden material suitable enough to place the given weights on a platform using only hydraulic mechanism. The participants showed their knowledge related to the field of linkage and hydraulic systems mechanism.


Objective/s: Propello was the event of making propulsion device with the use of compressed air. The participants were instructed to design and fabricate their own propulsion rocket powered with the help of pressurised water. Judging was done on the basis of time of flight, distance of path covered and trajectory of the device.

R-Mech Olympiad

Objective/s: This event was organized for JECRC students only. It was organized to test engineering aptitude for the Mechanical Engineering students.

Brain Quest

Objective/s:This event was organized to test of knowledge, exclusively in Mechanical Engineering discipline as a competition between Individuals and Teams as a form of awareness.

I V Show

Objective/s:IVSHOW had the main motto to read the speed of Engineers mind. In this regard, we had enclosed the Innovative video competition which named as IVSHOW. This event gave the platform to the students to show their hidden talent with engineering innovative videos collection and motivates the rest of the students to think to be innovative.

ANSYS Training Programme

Objective/s:A group of 50 students along with 05 faculty members attended ANSYS training programme held at JECRC during 05-07 March, 2017.

SAE Convention (North India)

Objective/s:A group of 83 students along with 3 faculty members participated in SAE Convention held at Manipal University on 28th Jan, 2017.

Mobility Expert Talk (July 8 2017)

QIP Short Term Course on “Enhancing Yield in Metal Casting” Attended by Er.Akhilesh Paliwal At IIT, Roorkee (July 10-14 2017)

Date of the event:10-14thJuly 2017.

Venue: IIT, Roorkee

Objective/s: QIP Short Term Course on “Enhancing Yield in Metal Casting”

Short term course on “Applied Statistics for Experiments”

Date of the event:9-13thOctober 2017.

Venue: MNIT Jaipur

Outcome: Candidates (Students and Faculty) will be able to identify and interpret concepts of Big Data.

Short Term Course in NITTTR Chandigarh

Mr. Satyendra kumar delivered a Expert Lecture on “Optimization in Mechanical Component Design”.

Venue: Poornima University

Objective/s: To enhance the awareness about Optimization in Mechanical Component Design.

Best faculty Award

Venue: JECRC, Jaipur

Prize winners: Dr. M. P. Singh (Programme Coordinator and HOD ME),
Mr. Manish Jain,
Mr. Kuldeep Sharma,
Dr. Bhuvnesh Bharadwaj

NKRC Season-4

Moon Riders JECRC @ NKRC

Date of the event:29thSeptember 2017.

Venue:Radharamn Engg. College, Bhopal

Objective/s:A team of 18 students of Moonriders visited Radharamn Engg. College, Bhopal from 29/9/17-5/10/17.


Date of the event:11thJanuary 2018.

Venue:Radharamn Engg. College,

Objective/s:This year various teams represented college in IKC Season 2, which is 2nd season of a National level Go-Kart event hosted by SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers). Virtual Round was the first round of IKC Season 2 and was conducted online where teams from nationwide participated and presented a prototype of their respective models and the Computer Aided Design of karts. The final rounds of event was hosted at Kolhapur under SAE. Team Moonriders was competent with other national level teams and performed very well. This event was held from 11.01.18 to 15.01.18

Geeta Gyan Pratiyogita @ SKIT 2018

Conference [NCFTME 2018]

Date of the event:25thMarch 2018.

Venue:Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre, Jaipur


To provide an exceptional platform to the academicians, researchers and students.

To meet and discuss the practical solutions, scientific results and methods in solving various problems with people who are actively involved in emerging research fields.

To focus on the recent technological developments in all the areas of renewable energy sources and sustainable development.


Students and research scholars were made aware of the recent trends in the field of renewable energy.

Students knew about the benefits of such conferences so that they may get an insight into the field of research which is an essential factor for the advancement of their career.


Date of the event:6-7thApril 2018.

Venue:JECRC, Jaipur

Objective/s:International conference have been organized on April 6-7, 2018 at Jaipur Engineering College and Research Center, Jaipur. The conferences have been collectively organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Information and Technology, Department of Electronics and Communication, and Department of Mathematics. The idea was to provide a common platform for researchers to learn and explore different dimensions with the motive to find solutions for the common good of the society.

Special Guests:

Prof. (Dr.) Noe. G. Alba-Baena from University of Texas

Shri GunjanSaxena, General Manager in BSNL, Jaipur

Prof. (Dr.) Deepak Garg from Bennett University

Prof. (Dr.) Rajesh Kumar Tiwari from RVS College of Engg and Technology, Jamshedpur

Prof. (Dr.) Peeyush Chandra Retd. Professor of Mathematics from IIT Kanpur

Prof. (Dr.) MeghanshuVashista from Department of Mechanical Engg, IIT BHU

Prof. (Dr.) PurshotamChaturani, Retd. Professor of Mathematics from IIT Bombay, along with Mr.Amit and Arpit Agrawal Director JECRC foundation

Prof V.K.Chandna,Principal JECRC,Jaipur

FDP on “Mathematical Modeling and Optimization of Industrial Problems”

Short Term Course on “product Design and Development” By NITTTR

Date of the event:7-11th November 2017.

Venue:JECRC, Jaipur

Outcome:The programme started with the lightening of the lamp by all the dignitaries who came in the inauguration ceremony of ICT based Short Term course on Product Design and Development. First Dr. M. P. Singh , Head Department of Mechanical Engineering briefed about the short term course and talked about the objective of the STC and importance of STC . He discussed about the design and how the design can be improved ,what is the role of CAD and FEM in design and these are the design tool by using them design can be changed very easily. .Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping are the key of product Development. Mr. Manish Jain, Deputy Director JECRC, Jaipur, inaugurated the session & Addressed about importance of Short term courses and workshops in teaching and technical supporting staff at different levels covering new recruits as well as in-service personnel. These are offered in a wide variety of areas subject matter updating, refresher courses, emerging rural and appropriate technologies, managerial expertise, Entrepreneurship development, research capability, emerging instructional systems, instructional materials development, multimedia development, laboratory experimentation and innovations, computer education, industry institute interaction, etc for enhancing competence of faculty members. HOD Physics Prof. R K Mangal focused on the practical knowledge in technical education , because it is the primary need of the industries .Dean I year Prof. U K pareek talked about technical knowledge and its importance rather than be the distinction in the UG programme .He talked about the importance of classes and role of faculty in the class.Course coordinator Mr. VipinGoyal gave the vote of thanks to all the dignities, participants and students . Prof. Paabla has informed about the ICT based STC and explained about the advantages of STC.

Materials Testing Lab

  • Impact Testing Machine
  • Fatigue Testing Machine
  • Spring Testing Machine
  • Rockwell Hardness & Brinell Hardness Testing
  • Torsion Testing Machine
  • Universal Testing Machine

Theory of Machines Lab

  • Study of Quick Return Mechanism
  • Study of Inversion of Double Slide Chain
  • Study of Various Cam and Follower
  • Various Types of Dynamometer
    • Prony Brake Dynamometer
    • Rope Brake Dynamometer
  • Band Brake
  • Internal Expanding Brake
  • Cone Clutch
  • Inversion of Four Bar Mechanism
  • Cam Analysis Apparatus
  • Determination of Coefficient of Friction
  • Governor Apparatus
  • Journal Bearing Apparatus

Fluid Mechanics Lab

  • Apparatus for Conducting Orifice Meter Experiments
  • Notch Apparatus to Calibrate V-Notch
  • Pitot Tube and Pipe Friction Apparatus
  • Bernoulli’s Theorem
  • Flow measurement by Venturimeter, Orifice Meter and Nozzle Meter
  • Metacentric Height Apparatus

Vibration & Noise Engineering Lab

  • Whirling of Shaft Apparatus
  • Vibration Lab Apparatus

Heat Transfer Lab

  • Thermal Conductivity of Metal Rod
  • Emissivity Measuring Apparatus
  • Heat Transfer in Agitated Vessel
  • Heat Transfer in Forced Convection
  • Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger
  • Double Pipe Heat Exchanger
  • Dropwise/Filmwise Condensation
  • Thermal Conductivity of Metal Rod
  • Thermal Conductivity of Insulating Powder
  • Stefan Boltzmann’s Apparatus
  • Pin Fin Apparatus
  • Natural Convection Apparatus

Center of Excellence


Production Practice Lab

  • Centre Lathe
  • Milling Machine
  • Shaper Machine
  • Capstan Lathe
  • Spot Welding Machine
  • Sieve Shaker
  • Sand Permeability Meter
  • Rapid Moisture Meter
  • Clay Content Test Apparatus
  • Core Hardness Tester
  • Electric Furnace
  • Tool Grinder

Production Engineering Lab

  • Slip Gauge
  • Surface Plate
  • Sine Bar
  • Drill Tool Dynamometer
  • Vernier Caliper
  • Micrometer
  • Bore Gauge
  • Gear Tooth Vernier
  • Dial Test Indicator
  • Telescopic Gauge
  • Optical Flat
  • Sprit Level
  • Monochromatic Check Light Unit
  • Lathe Tool Dynamometer
  • Milling Tool Dynamometer
  • Profile Projector

Thermal Engineering Lab

  • Multistage Air Compressor
  • Model of Single Cylinder Four Stroke Diesel Engine
  • Model of Ignition System
  • Four Stroke Four Cylinder Petrol Engine
  • Wanken Engine
  • Vapour Absorption System
  • Heat Pump Set-up
  • A/c Test Rig.
  • Single Cylinder Four Stroke Diesel Engine
  • Model of Lancashire Boiler
  • Model of Babcock and Wicox Boiler
  • Model of Locomotive Boiler
  • Two Stroke Petrol Engine Cut Section
  • Orsat Apparatus
  • Hydraulic Braking System Model
  • Drynessfriction of System Apparatus
  • Simple Steam Turbine Model
  • Model Four Stroke Diesel Engine
  • Model Four Stroke Petrol Engine
  • Model Two Stroke Diesel Engine
  • Model Two Stroke Petrol Engine
  • Model Fuel Supply Engine Petrol Engine
  • Model Fuel Supply Engine Diesel Engine
  • S.P. Loaded Safety Valve
  • Feed Check Valve
  • Model of Cooling System
  • Model of Lubricating System
  • Dead Weight Safety Valve
  • Model of Pressure Gauge

Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab

  • Sewing Machine
  • Bicycle
  • A/C Test Rig.
  • Pumps
  • Motor
  • Two Stroke Single Cylinder Petrol Engine

Vibration Lab

  • Whirling of Shaft Apparatus
  • Universal Vibration Apparatus – I (a. Single Rotor System/Torsions Vibration, b. Damping of Efficient of Torsions Vibration)
  • Universal Vibration Apparatus – II (a. Spring Mass System, b. Free and Forced Vibration)
  • Bifilar Suspension
  • Trifilar Suspension
  • Pendulum Bob

Mechanical Workshop

  • Lath Machine
  • Gas Welding Machine
  • Arc Welding Machine
  • Furnace
  • Pillar Drill Machine
  • Tool Grinder
  • Milling Machine
  • Shaper Machine

Mechanical Department Library established in Year 2015 with the inauguration hand of HOD of Mechanical Department Shri Manish Jain and other dignitaries of the College. Mechanical department library includes a number of books from the field of Material Science, Power Plant Engineering, Thermal Engineering, Design and Manufacturing. Mechanical Department Library have eBook facility available in departmental library. Department Library is well equipped with proper furniture, students and faculty come regularly for reading the books and research papers. Students and faculty members give their inputs in the form of research articles and our departmental projects have been developed by taking literature help from the books and research papers.

Ghansham Pilania (2008-2012)

I was a Mechanical aspirant of 2008-2012 batch in this wonderful college JECRC.

My College days are unforgettable and in fact those days are the most happiest & fruitful days in my life. I proudly feel that I cherished every moments of my college. Being a “JECRCian” make me feel proud.

My experience in JECRC was just amazing. I got infinite love & lessons from my teachers specially from Manish Jain Sir, Kuldeep Sir, & Ashish Nagpal Sir, here teachers made me do “Work Hard” for the way to success. Miss those days of JECRC. Just want to thank to the wonderful faculty of JECRC….I am proud to be a Jecrcian.

After completion of my college degree I prepared for Gate and secured AIR 21 in Gate 2013 examination and got selected in PSUs like IOCL, BPCL, HPCL, NTPC etc. Later after consulting with my seniors and teachers I joined in IOCL as an Operations Officer. Currently I am posted at indane Bottling Plant, Jhunjhunu as a Safety Officer.

I wish to inform you all once again that through the proper guidance and hard work anyone can achieve much higher milestones for which you dreams like me

Mahipal Singh Kachhava (2005-2009)

My College days are unforgettable and in fact those days are the most happiest & fruitful days in my life. I proudly feel that I cherished every moments of my college. Being a “JECRCian” make me feel proud.

After completion of my college degree I got selected in Infosys & HZL Vedanta where I opted for HZL & since then I’m working with HZL. I joined as a trainee engineer & now I’m working as a Deputy Manager all of this was possible because of deepest knowledge & well guidance I receive from my faculties at JECRC.

My experience in JECRC was just amazing. I got infinite love & lessons from my teachers here they told “Work Hard” is the only way to success. Miss those days of JECRC. Just want to thank to the wonderful faculty of JECRC….I am proud to be a JECRCian.

At the very outset I would like to express my heartiest thanks to JECRC for making me who I’m today.

Kartika Malpani (2006-2010)

I started with my academic journey at JECRC where I meritoriously graduated to be the only girl Mechanical Engineer of class in 2010. Soon after I joined HONDA, a prime automotive company in the world, working for their Research & Development division where I undertook myriads of projects in the field of automotive research, product innovation, sustainable technology & testing collaborating with teams in Thailand & Japan. I was fortunate to represent India at the Honda NHC World Convention in 2011 in Vietnam. 

In the midst of my stint at Honda, I tuned into my passion for Creativity & Design Thinking and got selected in India’s first & foremost design college, National Institute of Design to pursue my Masters in Strategic Design Management. This course resided at the intersection where Design learning honed at NID blends with strategic planning & management skill instilled at IIM Ahmadabad creating future leaders & business transformer. 

In 2014 after completing my course, I worked for many leading product design houses and corporate such as Bosch and Info edge. Also worked as a Lead Designer and Strategist at naukri.com. India’s top job portal, developing high impact websites & mobile apps. My expertise lie in the field of User Experience Design, Brand Development, Trend forecasting, Product Innovation & Design Management. 

I extend my deepest gratitude to Arpit Sir & all the faculties of Mechanical Department for providing such a solid foundation and creative environment at JECRC.

All the Best!!!!!!!!!!!

Alumini Session by Mr. Harsh Babel

A interactive session was organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, JECRC for the students.

We were privileged to have Mr. Harsh Babel with us. He is one of our alumni who is a pass-out of 2010 mechanical batch. Initially, he was employed with Honda, R& D India Pvt ltd Gurgaon in engineering design department and gained a experience of 2 years. Later, he joined Bharat Seat Ltd which is Tier one supplier for Maruti Suzuki. He was associated with it for 5 years. He is currently working in Daimler India commercial vehicle he is a senior manager in the R&D department. He conducted a wonderful interactive session about the careers in automotive industries and the changes which have occurred in last some years.

Bharat Matta (2003-2007)

Bharat Matta completed Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from JECRC in the year 2007. I did it in Honours. I never thought I will be achieving that with so many activities during those 4 years. I was also the founder of Yuva, a non-profit foundation. You can learn more about Yuva at www.planetyuva.com. I was also selected during college placement at Reliance communication as Graduate Engineer. However, that didn’t work out as my expectation for myself was a bit high towards the vision of life. I had already prepared for GRE during my college days.

Yuva, Mechanical Engineering, GRE and College life, was a passion for me. I never had a moment where I felt like it’s a burden on me. Even during university, I enjoyed studying with hostel roommates. I also stayed in the hostel for 4 years. Indeed, even in hostel leadership worked. We improved food menu. It was all decided by every member of the 1st year, 2nd year, 3rd year and 4th year. We did celebrate all the functions. I had very good bonding with my batch mates, teachers and all juniors/seniors. My seniors shaped me a lot. They had their own charm I learned a lot from them. Everyone motivated me to publish my own book name as “Journey of Life” in 2005. It was a huge launch. Sometime, I always think that without two special professors I wouldn’t have achieved all this and they are MP Singh Sir and Manish Jain Sir. Also, I had big support from Director Sir. Sometime, I had long conversations with him regarding Yuva. He has always uplifted me. JECRC is a perfect mix where one can groom himself/herself in all way. 

Then, I moved to Detroit for my Master Degree in Industrial engineering at Detroit in 2008. I don’t know why I loved Industrial Engineering but it was awesome. I had always desired from inside to learn new things. US Style is different from India. Every week, they teach you, you give exam, present case study, solve problem and presentation. Their way of teaching is so intense that you have to focus every week and get it done. Every week decides your final grade. I almost completed by 75% of degree in first 8 months. Then I moved to Chicago for my Internship at Motorola. In meantime, there was one rule in my university, where you have to pay 9 credit fee for 1 year and that total to almost $10,000. This doesn’t count in your degree program. I wasn’t aware of it and this was extra. More than that I felt like, this is wrong. I am not using any university resource then why should I pay the fee. I started asking questions to my adviser, dean and head of college of engineering. It further went till university president. I also created awareness among student. Slowly it turned into a movement and finally university change the law in favour of students. Now student needs to pay 3 credit fee and that too count in a degree program.

After that, I focused on my internship. During my internship, I was certified as Six Sigma Black Belt from ASQ. Later I joined Motorola as full time. The black belt was the biggest achievement for me as I was too young for that. 

I worked with Motorola for 3 years and then part of Motorola was acquired by Intel. So now, I am Intel employee with 7+ Years of experience. Currently, I am located in Dallas. I am working as Customer Experience Process Engineer for Enterprise Customer. It’s a way you understand customer problem and figure out the solution. Industrial Engineering, will teach you so many aspects of business. My technical experience working with Mobile & Chip-set Development is also an add-on. One should be always open for learning. 

Apart from current job, I am working on new project name as “Ask us Local”. It’s an initiative where I’m contributing towards American economy to teach local business how they can be smart. You can learn more on web “www.askuslocal.com”.

Abhishek N Joshi(2003-2007)

It was the golden period of my life I have learnt a lot from my faculties and always feel proud to be a part of JECRC. With so many memories to cherish and knowledge to explore the world, JECRC is a complete package.
 Abhishek N Joshi [2003-07]
After passing the college I got placed at Bosch Limited, Jaipur, Rajasthan as an Assistant Manager, Quality. It was indeed a new experience of learning I have performed various task such as Process and Product Audit department head handling PPAP, Process FMEA and control plan based audits, TS audits and Customer audits, resolution of chronic problems of customer using Quality Tools of SHAININ to identify root cause, design improvements and product reliability and performance improvements by drill deep analysis and choosing best alternative, lead senior management review meetings with Customers.

Then I was moved to Bosch Limited, Gurgaon, Haryana in 2013 as a Field Service Competency Leader–North, where I was Responsible for Northern India service issues related to 11 product portfolios of Bosch. In September 2014 I joined Ingersoll Rand India Limited, Ahmedabad, Gujarat as a Quality Manager and still working there.

It’s been an amazing journey from JECRC to a corporate world, I must say the position at which I’m today is only because of the faculties and the environment at JECRC which has nurtured us in such a beautiful way that I’m always ready to face the challenges coming on my way.

Akshat Yadav (2004-2008)

JECRC College is not just a place where you learn answers to a lot of life’s questions but also a phase which will make you question a lot of life’s answers……..

I have completed my B.tech in 2008 from Mechanical Engineering with all the dreams, knowledge and experience of the wonderful and the most amazing four years of my life, I moved to Ranchi to pursue my dreams and to take the knowledge to another level in 2009 I joined Xavier Institute of Social Service for MBA in HR from where I got selected in a Public Sector Company Hindustan Copper Limited as a Management Trainee (Human Resource) and was posted in Rajasthan. In August 2015 I was transferred to Hindustan Copper Limited at Gujarat as posted as unit HR Head and till then I’m continuing at this unit. JECRC has played a vital role in my career development the Institute and Faculties has nurtured me so well that I always feel proud to be a part of JECRC

Saurabh Jain (2004-2008)

Good wishes to all ……. I have completed my graduation in 2008. Initially I joined in I.T branch but during first year found my interest in Mechanical and shifted to it after completing first year. Those four years (2004-2008) were undoubtedly the best years of my life. Great teachers, friends & memories are assets that I gained in that period which have made me a rich person, not by virtue of money but by emotions and relationships. M.P.Singh Sir, Manish Jain Sir and Kuldeep sir are people whom I owe a lot in my life. I joined Reliance Industries limited as a Maintenance Engineer in 2008 and had worked there till 2010, then went on for pursuing my MBA from Delhi Technological University (Popularly known as Delhi College of Engineering).Since 2012, I am working with Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery Company Private limited as Sr. Manager-Sales & Marketing in Jaipur. Sitting in my office while writing this note pictures of College campus, Yadav ji ki canteen, Mechanical labs & old friends are floating in my mind, I am feeling nostalgic. I am having a feeling of Gratitude towards the Institute for allowing me to be a part of it.

Vipul Saini (2006-2010)

First of all i would like to thank Arpit Sir, you and all the JECRC family for considering me capable enough for such a prestigious award. My name is Vipul Saini. I’m from Jaipur Rajasthan I did my B Tech. from JECRC (2010 Batch Mechanical) Presently I’m posted as Assistant Commandant (DySP) at Bangalore Airport and working for MHA. Before this i was posted at Vickram Sarabhai Space Centre, Trivandrum- Department of Space. During my college days i got a chance to represent JECRC in Bodybuilding and Power lifting at National Level and won awards at BOSM (BITS Open Sports Meet) MST (MNIT Sports Meet) and various other events. The most interesting thing about studying in JECRC and i think everyone must agree is that it provides you freedom to express yourself unlike other colleges where you don’t get such liberty. I got Campus placed in Surya Roshni Ltd in 2010. That was an year of recession and getting campus placed was a privilege in itself. I was fortunate though that my joining was the earliest in our batch. There I worked as a Production Engineer and was posted at Anjar near Bhuj (Gujarat). There I felt a need to broaden my horizon and become a Civil Servant (Since my Elder brother is already RAS). So I resigned from my job in 2011 and went Delhi to prepare for Civil Services after working for an year. I prepared from Delhi for 2 yrs and got selected through UPSC in 2013. Got trained in 2014 from Police Academy in Hyderabad. Thereafter I did Commando Course twice, once Short Commando and second time Special Task Force Commando, Basic Fire Safety Course, Special Tactics Course and various other courses in such a short span of 4 yrs. Of my major Security Assignments till date I was in Madras High Court during the time of agitation of Lawyers, part of Defence Expo (GOA), Security Expo (Delhi), Aero Show (Bangalore), etc.

Parth Mishra (2008-2012)

With due respect and honour,  I extend my deepest gratitude to you for providing such a solid foundation and creative environment at JECRC which helped me to pursue my Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering with HONOURS alongside placements in two leading companies ie. TCS & BGR Energy in year 2012.It gives me immense pleasure to share the news that after successfully completing Bachelors at JECRC and thereafter working as a Commissioning Engineer at BGR Energy, I have been selected for the MSc. Renewable Energy Engineering & Management program at  UNIVERSITY OF FREIBURG, which is one of the 100th best in the world, 3rd best in Germany and having one of the world’s best MSc Renewable Energy program.

Mrtiyunjay Mishra (RAS) (2006-2010)

I started with my academic journey at JECRC where I was a Mechanical Engineer of class in 2006-2010 Batch. During the preparation phase of life I was fully motivated & focussed on my target of getting into Job I always dreamt. It was not that easy as the journey to be an RAS was nothing less than a roller coaster ride. But one thing I would like to say that everyone should focus on the goals and not on the path to that goal.

I have fought for RAS got selected time in 2016. Through all my journey I was always thankful to JECRC for giving me such good environment & Education. I’ll always be thankful to M.P Singh Sir for keeping me motivated & helping me out whenever I needed.

I extend my deepest gratitude to Arpit Sir & all the faculties of Mechanical Department for providing such a solid foundation and creative environment at JECRC .

All The Very Best…….

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MOONRIDERS Club was formed in 2009( by funder name ) , a unique inception in itself in the state of rajasthan where automobile was not a common subject anmong the student fraternity, is a group of auto enthusiast burgeoning into engieers.

JECRC, Jaipur becomes a member of SAEINDIA in Feb.2009 in order to provide a platform to the students to enhance their formal education and professional development specifically to the needs of the mobility engineering community.

The BAJA series is an international collegiate design competition sponsored by the SAE that attracts engineering graduate & undergraduate students from all over the world. The competition objective is to design, fabricate, test, promote and complete with a prototype of a single seat off-road vehicle intended for production and sell to non professional weekend racer.

SAE (Society of automotive engineers) is a organisation founded in 1976 in University of Carolina. It provides base ground for young innovative engineers to achieve their dreams by providing exciting prizes and a place where companies directly place young engineers.

In this race of just coming first and not grasping any knowledge, Xananoids took its initial step in inculcating the knowledge among the students of the first year with the basic of robotics. The seminar took place in three sessions. It was great to see such overwhelming enthusiasm of the young buds. We wish that this zeal and curiosity learn more and more stays forever. The members of the Xananoids club go to various technical fests in a different event. Recently the team took part in plinth tech fest of LNMIIT in the transporter and stood second in it. The team consist of Mithlesh (ECE) Rishabh (ECE) Harish (Mech) Gaurav (Mech) Jitendra (Mech) and Shubham (CSE).

Aashayein is a student initiative of JECRC that works 24*7 to meet the blood requirements of families in distress. These students are available round the clock for live blood and platelet transfusion and have saved the life of many patients. In emergency cases, these students rush to different hospitals across Jaipur city and donate blood to the needy. Established in October 2013.

Aashayein, one of the eminent student initiatives of JECRC Foundation, started in Oct 2013 has been incessantly working for the last three years with the prime aim of fulfilling growing demands for fresh SDPs.

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