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Jyothy Institute of Technology

Affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University - Belagavi, Approved by AICTE - New Delhi

Mechanical Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering encompasses the study of "transforming and transferring" available energy to useful work to the mankind. Study of the under laying scientific CONCEPTS & PRINCIPLES and APPLICATIONS that includes the DESIGNING, MANUFACTURING and MAINTAINING of all types of MACHINES, EQUIPMENTS ,DEVICES etc. No Individual, No Society, No Country Not even this Universe can ever have an Existence even for a moment without either Energy transaction OR its application / Utility .i.e. NO EXISTANCE WITHOUT MECHANICAL. Hence MECHANICAL is rightly nicknamed as "EVER GREEN BRANCH". In line with the above FUNDAMENTALS, the Mechanical department of JIT is moving strongly ahead towards achieving its objectives
Departmental Infrastructure
  • All required labs as per AICTE norms.
  • Digital class room with LAN and Net connectivity in class room.
  • A separate dedicated student server ( HP Make).
Short term Objectives
  • Ensure effective and qualitative TLP (teaching Learning Process)
  • Ensure student centred learning environment
  • Expose the students to Practical thinking through industry visits
  • Make best use of technology for effective learning
  • Develop Communication skill through compulsory student seminar programs
Long term objectives
  • Ensure 100% placement through student training and tie-ups with industries
  • Develop the department in to one of the premier research centres

If you are looking for a quality education in the fields of Mechanical Engineering to cater to the changing and challenging needs of society and industry then you are at right place. Jyothy Institute Of Technology, one of the premier Mechanical Engineering colleges in Bangalore, Karnataka offers superior quality, effective and qualitative teaching learning process in the field of technology. Contact us at +91 9742859408 for more details.

Vision

        To achieve excellence in Mechanical Engineering Education, Innovation, Research and Entrepreneurship.

Mission

    • M1 : To provide intellectually vibrant teaching learning environment.
    • M2 : To inculcate in students a culture of Research and Innovation in Engineering.
    • M3 : To produce future Entrepreneurs & Leaders with Technological Patriotism.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • PEO1:(Domain Knowledge) Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will be able to utilize Mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals, theoretical as well as laboratory based experiences to identify & solve engineering problems and succeed in applied engineering or other allied fields.
  • PEO2: (Professional Employment) Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will be able to communicate and work effectively on individual and team based engineering projects and will succeed in entry-level engineering positions in entrepreneurship with professional ethics.
  • PEO3:(Engineering Citizenship) Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will be able to showcase their technological citizenship with a Nationalistic approach.
  • PEO4: (Lifelong Learning) Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will be equipped to adapt to the ever evolving technologies.

Programme Specific Objectives (PSOs)

  • PSO1: (Knowledge/ Skills) Explore emerging technologies in the field of Mechanical Engineering using the knowledge and skills gained.
  • PSO2: (Application/Analysis/Problem solving) Explore different domains like Manufacturing, Design and Thermal Engineering through R & D.
  • PSO3: (Value/ Attribute) Exhibit technological patriotism like inclination towards development of indigenous technologies.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

  • PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
  • PO3: Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
  • PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6: The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
  • PO7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  • PO9: Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  • PO10: 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.
  • PO11: Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of 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.
  • PO12: 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 changes.

Mechanical Engineering Department

Dr. Gopalakrishna Keshava Narayana

Dr. Gopalakrishna Keshava Narayana

Professor
Email : principal@jyothyit.ac.in

Degrees Awarded:

2011-Doctorate National Aerospace Laboratories-VTU
Ph.D-Material Tribology
1993 Masters National Institute of Engineering (NIE), Mysore University
M Tech- PEST- Distinction
1985 Graduation AIT, Mysore University
BE- Mechanical Engineering- Distinction

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

Membership of Professional Bodies:
 Fellow, Institution of Engineers-F117163-8
 Fellow, Indian Institute Production Engineers-SLF-5966
 Life Member, Indian Society of Technical Education-LM4816
 Member, Indian Society for Advanced Materials and Process Engineering-L613
 Life Member, Tribology Society of India-3753
Publications:
1. K G Krishna et. al,Thermal performance of heat sink with fluid pockets for high power light emitting diode ,International Journal for Automotive and Mechanical Engg, Accepted for publication
2.K.G.Krishna et.al Novel spring loaded wear-test rig to test the material life of probes used in the indigenous six window gauging system, ASTM:Journal of Testing and Evaluation, Volume 46, Issue 5,June 2017
3. K.G.Krishna et.al ,Tensile Property Evaluation of Sisal – Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer Based Composites, International Journal of Composite Materials 2017, 7(3): 77-81,DOI:10.5923/ j.cmaterials.201707 03.01
4. K.G.Krishna et.al, Studies on Performance of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNTs) Based Thermal Interface Materials-Nanofluids For Efficient Heat Transfer in LED’s, International Journal of Research in Engineering and Science, ISSN (Online): 2320-9364, ISSN (Print): 2320-9356, 5(12), 70-77, 2016
4. K.G.Krishna et.al, Effect of Cryogenic Chill on Mechanical Properties of ASTM A 494 M Grade Nickel Based Alloy Metal Matrix Composites, Materials Research. 2016; 19(6): 1304-1309.
5. K.G.Krishna et.al, Studies on Mechanical Properties of Banana/E-Glass Fabrics Reinforced Polyester Hybrid Composites, J. Mater. Environ. Sci. 7 (9) (2016) 3179-3192
6. K.G.Krishna et.al, Development of Novel additives for slideway lubricants, Industrial Lubrication & Tribology,Vol.67, Issue.2, 2016
7. K.G.Krishna et.al ,Potential applications of cellulose and chitosan nanoparticles/composites in wastewater treatment: A review, Carbohydrate Polymers 153 (2016) 600–618
8. K.G.Krishna et.al ,Studies on Mechanical Properties of Hemp/E-Glass Fabrics Reinforced Polyester Hybrid Composites, Journal of Materials and Engineering Structures,3,2016,117-128
9. K.G.Krishna et.al, Plating of Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene(ABS) Plastic: A review, J. Mater. Sc, DOI:1007/s 10853-015-9668-7, 2015
10. K.G.Krishna et.al Review on Mechanical Properties of Sisal and Banana Reinforced Composites, International Journal of Engineering Research and General Science, Volume 3, Issue 5, September-October, 2015 ISSN 2091-2730
11. K.G.Krishna et.al Design and development of a gauging system for Ball cage component of Constant Velocity joint assembly, Proc. IMechE Part B: J Engineering Manufacture, 1–6, I Mech E 2015, sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav, DOI: 10.1177/0954405414563422
12. K.G.Krishna et.al ,Performance Evaluation of an IC Engine using Oxyhydrogen as a fuel Supplement, Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, CSIR, INDIA JSIR- 74, 2015
13. K.G.Krishna et.al Effect of heating of test pin above ambient temperatures on tribological behavior of two-phase and three-phase polystyrene composites, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials,201X, Vol XX(X) 1–14,sagepub.co.uk/ journals Permissions.nav, DOI: 10.1177/0892705713513288, jtc.sagepub. com 2013
14. K.G.Krishna et.al, Tribological Studies on Effect of Mixture of Fillers in Polystyrene Matrix Composites, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials,1–17 2012,sagepub.co.uk/journals,DOI: 0.1177/ 089270571247 0262.
15. K.G.Krishna et.al, Bulk Temperature Estimation of a Polymer Composite Pin, Wear, V 268, pp 346-351, 2010
16. K.G.Krishna et.al ,Tribological Studies of Polymer Based Ceramic Metal Composites Processed at Room Temperature”, Wear, V266, pp 878-883, 2009
17. K.G.Krishna et.al ,Coolant Lubricity and Coolant Lube Compatibility with Regard to Slideway Behavior, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, V 30, No 4, pp 281-285, 2008
18. K.G.Krishna et.al , Design and Development of Advanced Linear Reciprocating Tribometer, Wear, V267, pp 1111-1116, 2009
20. K.G.Krishna et.al, A study on integration of acetone charged copper pipes (ACCP) to MR16 indoor lighting solutions, Journal of CPRI,Vol. 9, No1,March 2013, Pp.163-168
21. K.G.Krishna et.al , Heat Transfer Analysis of a 7.5 W LED load with passive and active cooling for constant luminance applications, Journal of CPRI,Vol. 9, No4,Dec 2013, Pp.583-592

International /National Conferences
1. K.G.Krishna et.al, Studies on Wear Behavior of Aluminum and Copper Particulate Filled Polymer Composites, International Conference on Advanced Composites at IISc,2011
2. K.G.Krishna et.al ,Studies on Wear Behavior of Particulate Filled Polymer Composites, World Tribology Congress 2009,Sept 6-11, Kyoto, Japan
3. K.G.Krishna et.al, The Potential of MEMS in Indian Automotive Sector, National Conference on MEMS , CPRI, Bangalore
4. K.G.Krishna et.al, A Review of Thermal Management of LED Lighting Systems, National Conference on Thermal Engineering and Allied(NCTAE2012), 20th and 21st January, 2012, GAT Bangalore
5. K.G.Krishna et.al, Study of Mechanical Properties of Nickle electroplated ABS Plastics developed by FDM Process-Poster Presentation, National Conference on Advanced Functional Materials at D.S. University
6. K.G.Krishna et.al, International Conference on Industrial tribology ( ICIT), Some Studies on Coolant Deterioration-IISc

Patents (Filed)
 Composite paste to buildup surfaces and the process of making paste No:4903/CHE/2012 Dated: 26th Nov 2012 Abstract: The novelty in the proposed patent has development of a polymeric paste to rebuild and revitalise worn out surfaces of machine tool slideways.The embodiments include use of the same paste to fill cracks in metal structures.
 Design and development of low cost thermal paste Regn.No: HQ/IPR/FA/12057/2012 4th Jan 2013 Abstract: The novelty of the patent is development of indegenous thermal paste for improved heat transfer. The paste has CNT for incresed heat transfer.This product has enormous applications in LED industry.
 Development of additive based lubricants for sliding surfaces Regn.No: HQ/IPR/FA/12059/2012, 4th Jan 2013 Abstract: The novelty includes development of an additive based lubricant to improve lubrication under high load.
 Circuitry for optimizing fuel consumption in an internal combustion engine’’ NRDC Ref No: IPR/FA/13030/2014,Patent Application No. 3798/CHE/2014 dated 02.08.2014 Abstract: The novelty of the patent includes development of a circuitry for reduced fuel consumption of a 4 wheeler. The fuel consumption for idle running when a vehicle is coasting down the gradient is reduced.
 Checking guage for a work piece, 2288/che/2014, 08/05/2014 Abstract: The novelty of the proposed patent includes design and development of a six window checking gauge for checking the window size of a steering component of an automobile. The component has six windows to be checked for their window height.

Dr. C B Mohan,HOD

Dr. C B Mohan

Professor, Head & Vice Principal
Email: hod.me@jyothyit.ac.in
Total Teaching Experience: 24 Years

Degrees Awarded:

Doctorate National Aerospace Laboratories-VTU
Ph.D - Lubricant Tribology
Masters MSRIT- VTU
M.Tech-Manufacturing Science &Engg.
Graduation UVCE, Bangalore University
B.E- Mechanical Engineering

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

Membership of Professional Bodies:
 Fellow, Institution of Engineers
 Fellow, Indian Institute Production Engineers
 Life Member, Indian Society of Technical Education
 Life Member, Tribology Society of India

Publications:

1. C. B. Mohan et.al, Influence of oil groove shapes on frictional properties of sliding surfaces, Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, 2018, (Accepted).
2. C.B.Mohan et.al Experimental studies on vataharanaloha - an Ancient Aircraft Material, Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, 2018, (Accepted).
3. C. B. Mohan et.al, Studies on an Ancient Aircraft Material-Panchloha, Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, 2017, 76,446-449. IF: 0.557. 4. C.B.Mohan et.al, Development of Novel additives for slide way lubricants, Industrial Lubrication & Tribology, Vol.67, Issue.2, 2015
5. C.B.Mohan et.al Effect of heating of test pin above ambient temperatures on tribological behavior of two-phase and three-phase polystyrene composites, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, Vol. 28(11) 1482–95, 2013
6. C.B.Mohan et.al, Tribological Studies on Effect of Mixture of Fillers in Polystyrene Matrix Composites, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, vol.27,1192-1208, 2013
7. C.B.Mohan et.al, Bulk Temperature Estimation of a Polymer Composite Pin, Wear, V 268, pp 346-351, 2010
8. C.B.Mohan et.al, Tribological Studies of Polymer Based Ceramic Metal Composites Processed at Room Temperature”, Wear, V266, pp 878-883, 2009
9. C.B.Mohan et.al, Design and Development of Advanced Linear Reciprocating Tribometer, Wear, V267, pp 1111-1116, 2009
10. C.B.Mohan et.al ,Coolant Lubricity and Coolant Lube Compatibility with Regard to Slide way Behavior, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, V 30, No 4, pp 281-285, 2008
International /National Conferences:
1. C.B.Mohan et.al, Studies on Wear Behavior of Aluminum and Copper Particulate Filled Polymer Composites, International Conference on Advanced Composites at IISc, 2011
2. C.B.Mohan et.al, Studies on Wear Behavior of Particulate Filled Polymer Composites, World Tribology Congress, Sept 6-11, Kyoto, Japan 2009
3. C.B.Mohan et.al, International Conference on Industrial tribology (ICIT), Some Studies on Coolant Deterioration-IISc, 2006

Dr. Narendra Kumar M

Dr. Narendra Kumar M

Associate Professor
Email : narendra.kumar@jyothy.ac.in
Area of Interest : Heat Transfer, Fluid Dynamics, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, IC Engines, Energy, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
Total Teaching Experience as on Jan 2018 : [18 years]
Total Industry Experience as on Jan 2018 :[02 years]

Degrees Awarded:
Ph.D : ( Heat Transfer & CFD), VTU, Belgaum [2017]
M.Tech (Energy Technology), Pondicherry University [2002]
B.E (Mechanical Engineering), Bangalore University, [1999]

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:
Journal & Conference Publications
• M. Narendra Kumar, G. Pundarika, Rama Narasimha K., Seetharamu K.N., “Effect of Rotation on Natural Convection in Differentially Heated Rotating Enclosure by Numerical Simulation”, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 9, No. 3, 2016, pp. 1265 – 1272.
• M. Narendra Kumar, G. Pundarika, Rama Narasimha K., Seetharamu K.N., “Effect of Rayleigh number with Rotation on Natural Convection in Differentially Heated Rotating Enclosure”, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 10, No. 4, 2017, pp. 1125-1138.
• M. Narendra kumar, “Effect of Aspect Ratio on Differentially Heated Rotating Enclosure”, National Conference on Current Developments and its Application in Mechanical Engineering (NCCDAME-2017), 10th – 11th May 2017 KSIT, Bengaluru.
• M. Narendra kumar, “Analysis of Concentric Tube Heat Exchanger”, National Conference on Mechanical Engineering Trends (COMET-2010), 19th – 20th February 2010 BITM, Bellary.
• M. Narendra kumar, “Flow analysis in a washing machine using numerical methods”, National Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (AME-2009), 30th – 31st March 2009, DBIT, Bangalore.
• M. Narendra kumar, “Numerical Analysis of Counter flow Heat Exchanger”, National Conference on Trends and Innovations in Mechanical Engineering (TIME-2007), 05th - 06th March 2007, DCET, Hyderabad.
• M. Narendra kumar, “Parametric optimization of salt gradient solar pond”, National Conference on Mechanical Engineering (NATCON.ME-2004), 12th - 13th March 2004, MSRIT, Bangalore. Workshops:
• Participated in the Two-Day workshop on “Compact Heat Exchangers for Aerospace Applications” organized by PES University in association with ADA, Ministry of Defence, Government of India, Bangalore, on 21st December and 22nd December 2015
• Participated in the One-Day workshop on “3D Symposium on Printing & Additive Manufacturing Technologies Applications” organized by Jain University, Bangalore, on 21st February 2015
• Participated in the Two-Day workshop on “Latest Trends in Analysis, Design and Selection of Heat Exchangers” organized by PES University, Bangalore, on 23rd December and 24th December 2014
• Participated in the Three-Day workshop on “Research Frontiers in MEMS & NEMS” organized by Jain University in association with ISTE, Bangalore, from 16th October – 18th October 2014
• Participated in the Three-Day workshop on “NBA-OBE (Outcome Based Education” organized by Acharya Institute of Technology, Bangalore, from 17th March – 19th March 2014
• Participated in the One-Day workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights” organized by Acharya Institute of Technology in association with Karnataka State Council for Science & Technology, Bangalore, on 16th April 2013.
• Participated in the One-Day workshop on “Computational Fluid Dynamics- CFD2K9” organized by MVJ College of Engineering, Bangalore, on 6th May 2009.
• Participated in the Five-Day workshop on “Computational Fluid Dynamics” organized by PES Institute of Technology, Bangalore from 30th June – 04th July 2008.
• Participated in the Two-Day workshop on “Computational Fluid Dynamics” organized by Sri Siddhartha Institute of Technology in association with SPFU – Directorate of Technical Education, Tumkur from 13th – 14th January 2006.
• Participated in Faculty Development Programme on “Nano Technology & its Application” organized by Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur from 23rd - 28th August 2004.
• Participated in Faculty Development Programme on “Mechanics of Materials” organized by Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur from 16th - 18th January 2004 & 05th - 07th February 2004.
• Participated in AICTE sponsored Staff Development Programme on “Induction Programme for Young Teachers” organized by Basavewara College of Engineering. Bagalkot from 19th - 31st January 2004

Membership to Professional Bodies
• MISTE
• MIE

Dr. Raghavendra K

Dr. Raghavendra K

Associate Professor
Email : raghavendra.k@jyothyit.ac.in
Area of Interest : Additive Manufacturing Total Teaching Experience as on Jan 2018: [07 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Jan 2018: [00 in years]

Degrees Awarded:
Ph.D (Additive Manufacturing), NITK (2015 )
M.Tech (Manufacturing Technology), NITK ( 2010 )
B.E (Mechanical Engineering), VTU Belgaum, [2007 ]

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity: PUBLICATIONS
International Journals
1. “Optimization of Hole Characteristics During Pulse Nd:YAG Laser Drilling of Commercially Pure Titanium Alloy”, Muralidhar Avvari & M. Manjaiah & Mashamba Able & Rudolph F. Laubscher & K. Raghavendra, Lasers in Manufacturing and Materials Processing (Springer) Volume 4, pp 76-91. June 2017
2. “Effect of Temperature Variations on Dimensional Stability of Bench Mark Structure Fabricated by Scan Based Microstereolithograhy Process”, Raghavendra. K, Prasad Krishna, Mohan Kumar, G.C., Balashanmugam.N, International Journal of Advanced Information Science and Technology,Vol.28, pp 55 -60. August 2014.
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES:
1. “Reduction of Surface Roughness in Objects Fabricated by Scan based Microstereolithography; An Experimental Study”, Raghavendra. K,

Mr. G C Vijay Kumar

Mr. G C Vijay Kumar

Professor
Email: vijay.kumar@jyothyit.ac.in
Areas of Interest: Machine Design, Financial Failure of Manufacturing Organizations Total Teaching Experience as on Jan. 2018: [30 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Jan. 2018: [04 in years]

Degrees Awarded:
(Ph.D.) (Financial Failure of Manufacturing Organizations), VTU Belgaum, [2018]
MBA (Financial Management), Southeastern University, USA [1996]
M.Tech. (Machine Design), Bangalore University [1991]
B.E (Mechanical Engineering), Bangalore [University, [1983]

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:
Research Publications:
• “Applying Altman’s Business Failure Prediction Model to Indian NSE Small Cap and Mid Cap Auto and Auto Ancillary Companies”, International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Nov. 2015, Vol. 3, Issue XI, 394 - 406
• “Assessing Business Performance of NSE’s CNX Small and Mid Cap Auto and Auto Ancillary Companies”, Journal of Basic and Applied Research International, 2015, Vol. 11, Issue 1, 10 - 21
• “Failure of SMEs in India: Potential Reasons and Possible Cures”, International Journal of Marketing, Financial Services and Management Research, Vol. 4 (5), May 2015, 187 - 199
• “Prediction of Financially Unsuccessful Companies Using MDA and MRA Techniques: An Empirical Study on Istanbul Stock Exchange,” METU Studies in Development, 1996, 23(3), 357-376
Other Publications:
• “The Importance and Relevance of Soft Skills in Today’s and Tomorrow’s Working Environment”, Computer Society of India (CSI) - Adhyayan, July - September 2008, pp 35 - 37.
National/International Conferences:
• “Smart Governance for Sustainable Smart Cities”, 2-day International Conference on Development of Smart Cities: Interface, Governance, and Technology, Sept. 2016, Dr. AIT, Bangalore
• “Understanding Cloud Computing and its Applications in SMEs”, 2-day National Conference on Frontiers of Computers Science, May 2011, DBIT, Bangalore
Workshops/Training/Seminars Attended:
• “Data Analysis using SPSS 18”, 2-day training programme conducted by SPSS Inc.; March 2010
• “Continuous Process Improvement in Engineering Education”, a 3-day training program by National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chennai; Aug. 2007
• "Campus Connect", a 4-day training programme conducted by Infosys, Mysore; April 2007
• “Creativity and Innovation in Management Practices”, VIT University, Vellore; March 2007
• "Digital Libraries and Virtual Learning Environment" , VIT University, Vellore; November 2006
• 2-day training programme on "Train the Trainer" organized by Electronics Corporation of Tamlinadu (ELCOT), Government of Tamilnadu, India; September 2006
• “Behavioural Process Reengineering” by Dr. Mahendra Raju, PF Commissioner, Chennai; Sept. 2006
• "Effective Presentation Skills" organized by Madras Management Association, Chennai; August 2006
Membership of Professional Bodies:
• Life Member of Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)
• Life Member, Computer Society of India (CSI)
• Member, Indian Society of Training and Development (ISTD)
• Member, All India Management Association (MIMA)

Mr. K V Muralidhar Sharma

Mr. K V Muralidhar Sharma

Associate Professor
Email : sharmakvm@gmail.com
Area of Interest : Energy, Educational technology
Total Teaching Experience as on Aug 2014: [13 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Aug 2014: [11 years]

Degrees Awarded:

M.E (Production Management), [Karnatak University], [1998]
B.E (Mechanical Engineering), [Bangalore University, [1988]

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

No. of publications in peer-reviewed journals: 07
1. Research proposals and Recognitions in the area of research interest – 1 • Research proposal plan shortlisted by IIT, Mumbai for the Mentorship Program (from dept. of Educational Technology IIT, Mumbai.
2. Publications in double- blind peer reviewed International Journals – 1 • Ever Emerging shifts - the trends in TL Process Edubeam, Vol- 11, Issue- I, February- 2014 ISSN 2321 . 0397 (Online)
3. Papers presented in International Conferences - 2 • Research paper title - EMERGING TEACHING TECHNIQUES IN EDUCATION, presented in Multidisciplinary International Conference (MIC-2013 ) , “Emerging Era of Education” (EEE) held on 14th July 2013 at PAROL, at SSPM Education society ,Tehu
• Research paper title – “RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AS APPLIED TO ET”, presented in Multidisciplinary International Conference (MIC-2014 ) , “Emerging Innovations in Research Methodology” (EIRM) held on 9th Feb 2014 at JALGAON.
4. Invited Guest Speakers in International Conferences - 3 • Second International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research Methodology to be held at Jalgaon on 9th Feb. 2014
• Invited Guest Speaker, Moderator and session Judge in International Conference on Vedic Sciences
Fourth International Conference on theme ‘Life Sciences and Associated Technology in Ancient India’ 23, 24 & 25 of Dec. 2011 at Mulbagilu. • MIC – 14 International Conference on Multidisciplinary International conference held on 13th July 2014 by SMRO
5 Advisory committee members in International Conferences - 2 • Second International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research Methodology to be held at Jalgaon on 9th Feb. 2014
• Third multidisciplinary International Conference on “FACES OF EMERGING REEARCH” organized by EDUBEAM on 13th July. 2014
6 Paper presented in National Journals / Conferences - 3 • Review of learning difficulties in education, National Conference on Value Education and innovative teaching methodologies held at MVR College of engineering and technology, Vijayawada on 6th June 2013.
• Wear characterization of SiC with composites , National Conference on Emerging Trends at SJBIT, Bangalore 2013
• Moulding first generation learner (FGLs) diploma entrants industry ready, a case study 13th ISTE State Level Annual Conference Convention 29th & 30th October 2010, KLE Polytechnic Hubli.
7 Invited Guest Speakers in National and other Conferences - 4 • ISTE National Conference: GSDP, TSDP, SASP innovative models – PES Polytechnic a case study – Co-presenter. National Workshop on Technicians Education 15 & 16 April 2006 at JSS Polytechnic, Mysore
• CII – ( Confederation of Indian Industries) organized, Address to the principals of COEs , Conference theme – Principals as managers
• KERALA State level workshop on education organized by NGO at “Moozikulam Saala”
• Invited chief guest at district level SCIENCE FEST at Sringeri.

Mr. T S Mohan Kumar

Mr. T S Mohan Kumar

Assistant Professor
Email : tsmmechjyothyit@gmail.com
Area of Interest : Composites and Smart materials
Total Teaching Experience as on Aug 2014: [11 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Aug 2014: [07 in years]

Degrees Awarded:

(Ph.D) (Composites), [VTU Belgaum, [2011]
M.E (Product Design and Manufacturing), [VTU Belgaum, [2007]
B.E (Mechanical Engineering), Bangalore [University, [1995]

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

No. of publications in peer-reviewed journals: 01
1. T. S Mohan Kumar , Dr K.V. Mahendra, Modelling and analysis of a multifunctional Crutch Indian Streams Research Journal Vol III Issue V June 2013
2. T. S Mohan Kumar, Dr R.Vemkatram “Failure Analysis amd deformation of PWHT parameters to avoid Elephant Foot Buckling In risers” National Conference on FEM at Oxford college of Engineering Bangalore on 24th and 25th March 2008.
3. T. S Mohan Kumar , Dr K.V. Mahendra, “ FEM Analysis of Multifunctional Crutch””Inter National Conference on Convergence of Science and Engineering in Education and Research” at DSCE Bangalore on April 21-23,2010.
4. Wet Wear studies on Al cu alloy reinforced with fly ash produced by Stir Casting Inter National Conference on Convergence of Science and Engineering in Education and Research” at DSCE Bangalore on 26th and 27th September 2013.

Mr. Raghavendra J V

Mr. Raghavendra J V

Assistant Professor
Email : jvrmechjit@gmail.com
Area of Interest : Modal Analysis and Vibrations, FEM, Fracture Mechanics
Total Teaching Experience as on Aug 2014: [06 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Aug 2014: [01 years]

Degrees Awarded:

[M.Tech], [R.V. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING], [2008]
[B.E], [MALNAD COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING], [2005]

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

No. of publications in peer-reviewed journals: 02
1. "Blade Containment analysis of Compressor Casing assembly using Explicit Finite Element Technique" at International Conference on convergence of Science, Engineering & Management in Education & Research, 2013 at DSCE, Bangalore.
2. "Taylor bar Impact studies using Explicit Finite Element Technique" at National Conference on Trends in Mechanical Engineering (TIME), 2014 at Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore.

Mr. H R Anirudha Ram

Mr. H R Anirudha Ram

Asst. Professor
Email : hra.me@jyothyit.org
Area of Interest : Nanocomposites, nano characterization, physical metallurgy, Calphad
Total Teaching Experience as on April 2017: [5. 66 Years]

Degrees Awarded:

M.Sc. (Engg) by research
B.E (Mechanical Engineering)

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

Published several papers in peer reviewed International Journals and conferences.
Member of SAE, Life Time Member of ISTE.
Authoring a book chapter on the book titled “Aluminum Alloys”

Mr. Jayatirtha Patil

Mr. Jayatirtha Patil

Assistant Professor
Email : jmpmechjit@gmail.com
Area of Interest : Mechanical Engineering
Total Teaching Experience as on Aug 2014: [11 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Aug 2014: [05 in years]

Degrees Awarded:

M.Tech in Product Design and Manufacturing from VTU Belgaum in FCD
B.E in Mechanical Engineering from Karnataka University Dharwad, in FCD

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

No. of publications in peer-reviewed journals: 01
1. Design and Development of Battery Operated Hybrid Electric Vehicle.

Mr. Rakesh P

Mr. Rakesh P

Assistant Professor
Email : rkpmechjit@gmail.com
Area of Interest : Heat transfer, Renewable energy, Intellectual Property Rights
Total Teaching Experience as on Aug 2014: [03 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Aug 2014: [01 in years]

Degrees Awarded:

M.Tech [Energy Engineering], [Jain University,2012]
B.E [Mechanical Engineering], [Visvesvaraya Technological University, 2008]

Mr. Yogeesha C

Mr. Yogeesha C

Assistant Professor
Email : ycmechjit@gmail.com
Area of Interest : Manufacturing, Design
Total Teaching Experience as on Aug 2014: [01 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Aug 2014: [08 years]

Degrees Awarded:

[M.Tech, Machine Design #1], [SJCIT, VTU], [2010]
[BE #2], [HMSIT, VTU], [2008]
[DME, MECH. #3], [Govt. Polytechnic, Tumkur], [2004]

Mr. Praveen Kumar Kanti

Mr. Praveen Kumar Kanti

Assistant Professor
Email : pkkmechjit@gmail.com
Area of Interest : Thermal Engineering, Fluid science, Shape memory alloys.
Total Teaching Experience as on Aug 2014: [03 years]

Degrees Awarded:

[M. Tech], [UBDT College of engineering, Davanagere], [2011]
[B.E], [BMS college of engineering, Bengaluru], [2009]

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

No. of publications in peer-reviewed journals: 01
CFD analysis of air flow behavior in an intake manifold of a four cylinder s i engine” presented at national level Conference at PES institute of technology, Bengaluru in 2011.

Mr. Rakesh B K

Mr. Rakesh B K

Assistant Professor
Email : rakeshgowda36@gmail.com
Area of Interest : Thermal analysis, CFD
Total Teaching Experience as on Aug 2014: [2.5 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Aug 2014: [02 months]

Degrees Awarded:

[M.tech], [Oxford College of Engineering], [2012].
[B.E], [Global Academy of Technology], [2009].

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

No. of publications in peer-reviewed journals: 01
Paper on “Effect of particle size on dry sliding wear of cast A356 Al2O3 Metal Matrix Composites”. Volume:12, Issue:09, 2014

Mr. Gurumurthy M

Mr. Gurumurthy M

Assistant Professor
Email : gurumurthy1.m@gmail.com
Area of Interest : MACHINE DESIGN, OPTIMIZATION, FEM
Total Teaching Experience as on Aug 2014: [0.8 years]

Degrees Awarded:

MTech (DESIGN ENGINEERING)[J.N.N.C.E SHIMOGA][2013]
B.E (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)[S.J.M.I.TCHITRADURGA][2011]

Mr. Sangamesh

Mr. Sangamesh

Assistant Professor
Email : sangamesh@jyothyit.ac.in
Area of Interest : Energy Engineering
Total Teaching Experience as on Jan 2018: [05 years]
Total Industrial Experience as on Jan 2018: [00 in years]

Degrees Awarded:
M Tech: Energy Engineering in the year 2013 Jain University
B.E (Mechanical Engineering), VTU Belgaum, [2011]

Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:
Sangmesh holds an M. Tech. in Energy Engineering from Jain University and is currently pursuing Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from VTU on new cooling systems for electronic devices. He has four years of teaching experience and works as an Assistant Professor. His teaching interests are Basic Thermodynamics, Applied Thermodynamics, Engineering Drawing, Machine Drawing, Non-Conventional Energy Systems and IPR. He is a life member of ISTE and International Association of Engineers, Technical committee member SAE India Aero design and Faculty advisor SAE. He has been an organizing committee member of state level Engineering project Exhibition and published articles in national journals and conference proceedings. Sangamesh is an ex-member of the Anti-ragging Committee of VTU and has represented Karnataka in a convention on National Security hosted by FINS, India. He has established the SAE Collegiate Club at JU and played a key role in initiating and heading the team Vegi Racers. This team focused in designing and developing a formula car, and an Effi cycle.

Research and Development

Journals

  • Influence of oil groove shapes on frictional properties of slide ways, C. B. Mohan et.al, Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, 2018, (accepted).
  • Experimental studies on vataharanaloha - an Ancient Aircraft Material, C. B. Mohan et.al, Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, 2018, (accepted).
  • Tensile property evaluation of sisal – glass fiber reinforced polymer based composites. K Gopalakrishna, et al., International Journal of Composite Materials, 2017, 7(3), 77-81.
  • Studies on an Ancient Aircraft Material-Panchloha. Padmashree Anand and C. B. Mohan, Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, 2017, 76,446-449. IF: 0.557.
  • Optimization of hole characteristics during pulse Nd:YAG laser drilling of commercially pure titanium alloy. K Raghavendra, et al., Lasers Manuf. Mater. Process. 2017, 4,76-91.
  • Enzyme-modified casein fibers and their potential application in drug delivery. Narendra Reddy, et al., Fibers and Polymers, 2017, 18(5), 900-906. IF: 1.113.
  • Effect of Rayleigh number with rotation on natural convection in differentially heated rotating enclosure. M Narendra Kumar, et al., Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, 2017, 10(4), 1125-1138. IF: 0.888.
  • Novel spring loaded wear- tear rig to test the material life of probes used in the indigenous six window gauging system. K Gopalakrishna, et al., Journal of Testing and Evaluation, 2017. (Accepted).
  • Effect of Rotation on Natural Convection in Differentially Heated Rotating Enclosure by Numerical Simulation. Narendra Kumar, M., Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, 9 (3), 1265 – 1272.
  • Studies on mechanical properties of Banana/E-glass fabric reinforced polyester hybrid composites. Gopalakrishna, K., et al., Mater.Environ.Sci.,2016, 7(9),3179 – 3192.
  • A Review on Mechanical and Tribological Behaviors of Nickel Matrix Composites. Gopalakrishna, K et al., Indian Journal of Science and Technology, 2016, 9(2), 1-7.
  • Experimental investigations on mechanical properties of Hemp/E-glass fabric reinforced polyester hybrid composites. Gopalakrishna, K., et al., Journal of Materials and Engineering Structures, 2016, l(3), 117-128.
  • Plating on acrylonitrile–butadiene–styrene (ABS) plastic: a review. Sharon Olivera, HandanahallyBasavarajaiahMuralidhara, Krishna Venkatesh, KeshavanarayanaGopalakrishna, et al., Journal of Materials Science, 2016, 51(8), 3657-3674. IF- 2.302.
  • Failure of SMEs in India: Potential Reasons and Possible Cures. Vijaykumar, G.C., et al., International Journal of Marketing, Financial Services and Management Research, 2015, 4 (5), 187 – 199.
  • Assessing Business Performance of NSE’s CNX Small and Mid Cap Auto and Auto Ancillary Companies. Vijaykumar, G.C., et al., Journal of Basic and Applied Research International, 2015, 11(1), 10 – 21.
  • Applying Altman’s Business Failure Prediction Model to Indian NSE Small Cap and Mid Cap Auto and Auto Ancillary Companies. Vijaykumar, G.C., et al., International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, 2015, 3(XI), 394 – 406.
  • Effect of heating of test pin above ambient temperatures on tribological behavior of two-phase and three-phase polystyrene composites. Lakshminarayana Bhatta, K. G., Krishna Venkatesh, Gopalakrishna Keshavanarayana, Mohan C Bhoganarasimhaiah., et al., Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, 2015,28(11), 1482-1495. IF- 0.922.
  • Development of novel additives for slide way lubricants. Mohan, C. B, Lakshminarayana Bhatta, K.G.,., Krishna Venkatesh, Gopalakrishna, K., et al., Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, 2015, 67 (2), 110–118. IF- 0.406.
  • Performance evaluation of an IC engine using Oxyhydrogen as a fuel supplement. Gopalakrishna, K., Krishna Venkatesh, et al., Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 2015, 74, 176-179. IF- 0.385.
  • Design and Development of a gauging system for constant velocity ball cage component of constant velocity joint assembly. Gopalakrishna, K., et al., J Engineering Manufacture, 2015, 1-6.
  • Ribological studies on effect of mixture of fillers in polystyrene matrix composites. Lakshminarayana Bhatta, K.G., Gopalakrishna Keshavanarayana, Krishna Venkatesh, C. Bhoganarasimhaiah Mohan, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, 2013, 1–17. IF- 0.922.
  • Heat transfer analysis of a 7.5 W LED load with passive and active cooling for constant luminance applications. Sangamesh, Gopalkrishna, K., Krishna Venkatesh, The Journal of CPRI, 2013, 9 (4), 569- 578.
  • A study on integration of acetone charged copper pipes (ACCP) to MR16 indoor lighting solutions.Gopalakrishna, K., Krishna Venkatesh, et al., The Journal of CPRI, 2013, 9(1), 163- 168.
  • Bulk temperature estimation of a polymer composite pin, Gopalakrishna,.K., Krishna Venkatesh, Mohan, C.B et al, Wear, 2010, 268, 346-351; IF- 2.4.
  • Tribological studies of polymer based ceramic metal composites processed at room temperature.Gopalakrishna.K, Krishna Venkatesh, Mohan, C.B et al, Wear, 2009, 266, 878-883. IF- 2.4.
  • Design and Development of an Advanced Linear Reciprocating Tribometer. Mohan, C.B, Gopalakrishna.K, Krishna Venkatesh et al, Wear, 2009, 267, 1111-1116; IF- 2.4.
  • Coolant lubricity and coolant lube compatibility with regard to slide way behavior, Mohan, C.B Gopalakrishna.K, Krishna Venkatesh et al., Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, 2008, 30(4), 281-285. IF- 0.963.
  • CFD analysis of air flow behavior in an intake manifold of a four cylinder s i engine” presented at national level Conference at PES institute of technology, Bengaluru in 2011.
  • CFD analysis of air flow behavior in an intake manifold of a four cylinder s i engine” presented at national level Conference at PES institute of technology, Bengaluru in 2011.
  • T. S Mohan Kumar , Dr K.V. Mahendra, Modelling and analysis of a multifunctional Crutch Indian Streams Research Journal Vol III Issue V June 2013
  • Ever Emerging shifts - the trends in TL Process Edubeam,Vol- 11, Issue- I, February- 2014 ISSN 2321 . 0397
  • C N Suresha, B.M. Rajaprakash, Sarala Upadhya Applicability of Acoustic Emission in the Analysis of Friction Stir Welded Joints, International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering, Issue. 1, Vol. 1, May 2009.
  • C N Suresha, B M Rajaprakash, Sarala Upadhya. “Acoustic Emission Analysis of Friction Stir Welding”. World Journal of Engineering. ISSN: 1708-5284. Issue Supplement 2009:975.
  • C N Suresha, B M Rajaprakash, Sarala Upadhya. “Development of Model for Online Monitoring of Friction Stir Welding Using Acoustic Emission Technique”. World Journal of Engineering. ISSN: 1708-5284. Issue Supplement 2011:1079.
  • C N Suresha, B M Rajaprakash, Sarala Upadhya. “A Study of the effect of tool pin profiles on tensile strength of welded joints produced using friction stir welding process”. International Journal of Materials and Manufacturing Process. 26:2011; Taylor & Francis UK, Print ISSN: 1042-6914, Online ISSN: 1532-2475: 1111-1116.
  • C N Suresha, Rajaprakash B M, Sarala Upadhya “Optimization of process parameters for Conical and Cylindrical tools with grooves in Friction Stir Welding process” International Journal of Advances in Production Engineering & Management (APEM). Volume 7: Number 3: September 2012. Pp 156-206. ISSN 1854-6250(Print)ISSN 1855-6531 (On-line)

Conferences

  • Blade Containment analysis of Compressor Casing assembly using Explicit Finite Element Technique" at International Conference on convergence of Science, Engineering & Management in Education & Research, 2013 at DSCE, Bangalore.
  • Taylor bar Impact studies using Explicit Finite Element Technique" at National Conference on Trends in Mechanical Engineering (TIME), 2014 at Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore.
  • Research paper title - EMERGING TEACHING TECHNIQUES IN EDUCATION, presented in Multidisciplinary International Conference (MIC-2013 ) , “Emerging Era of Education” (EEE) held on 14th July 2013 at PAROL, at SSPM Education society ,Tehu
  • Research paper title –“RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AS APPLIED TO ET”, presented in Multidisciplinary International Conference (MIC-2014 ) , “Emerging Innovations in Research Methodology” (EIRM) held on 9th Feb 2014 at JALGAON.