Rustamji Institute of Technology

Department of Automobile Engineering
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About

Vision

To develop graduate and post graduate engineers having skills of automobile engineering and allied areas with a commitment to serve for the improvement of the society.

Mission
  • To impart quality education in the field of automobile engineering at graduate and post graduate level by integrating various projects, experimental investigation in the labs related to course curriculum and participation in activities of automobile engineering field.
  • To enhance the technical skills and knowledge of students through the research activities in automobile engineering field.
  • To explore and achieve the industrial proficiency by conducting industry oriented training programmes.
  • To develop soft skills and ethical values for over all personality development of students to make them responsible for social needs.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):
  • To prepare the students with strong fundamental knowledge of the basic of all Engineering Sciences and develop Mathematical and Analytical Skills required for Automobile Engineering.
  • To provide Technical knowledge of Automobile Engineering among the students by classroom-teaching, experimental setup in the Labs, different Designing Software as well as participation in Competitive activities of all Automobile Engineering fields.

About Department

The Automobile Engineering discipline was established in the year 1999.

In the year 1999, RJIT introduced Automobile Engineering for the first time in the Central India to impart & spread Automobile engineering education in the region. Automobile Engineering department is also running M.Tech-Automobile Engineering since 2011. The department gets full support from Central School of Motor Transport wing (A Centre of Excellence, declared by Govt. of India) of BSF Academy, Tekanpur in the form of Automobile based laboratories besides, providing additional training to our students. Further, the department of Automobile Engineering is committed to impart quality & value based Automobile education to its students in the form of rigorous lab work supplemented with comprehensive theory classes. Designing software like AUTOCAD & PRO-E are available in the department to enhance the design & drafting skills of the students.

Passed out students of the Automobile Department are well placed in reputed organizations like Audi India, Maruti Suzuki, TVS, Hero Motors etc. across the globe in various fields like Designing, Sales, Marketing, R&D Service etc.

The department also offers specialized M. Tech. programme in Automobile Engineering.

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Courses

Under Graduate
Course
Intake BSF/CAPF Quota MP Quota
First Year Second Year
(Lateral Entry)
First Year Second Year
(Lateral Entry)
First Year Second Year
(Lateral Entry)
B.Tech. Automobile Engineering 60 06 30 03 30 03

Post Graduate
Course
Intake
M.Tech. in Automobile Engineering 18
Admission Procedure in B.Tech.
  • Admission to First Year M. P. Quota candidates is done by M.P. State level Counselling conducted by DTE, Bhopal.Distribution of seats is done as per MP Govt./DTE norms.
  • The admission to First Year (B.S.F./CAPFs Wards candidates) is done on the basis of marks obtained in Joint Entrance Examination (Main) which is conducted by JEE Apex Board, Government of India. B.S.F./CAPFs Wards Candidates should be the Sons/Daughters of serving/retired/deceased on duty BSF/CRPF/ITBP/CISF/SSB/MP Police personnel.
  • Admission to “Second Year Lateral Entry “(M.P. Quota & B.S.F./CAPFs Wards candidates) is done through Counselling conducted by DTE, Bhopal.
  • All the eligibilities and qualifications fixed by State Government are applicable.
Admission Procedure in M.Tech.
  • Seats are open and preference is given to GATE qualified candidates. The merit list is prepared on the basis of GATE score and remaining admissions are done on the basis of merit list of written test/Interview conducted at RJIT.
  • All the eligibilities and qualifications fixed by State Government are applicable.


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Faculty & Staff

S. No. Name of Faculty Designation Highest Qualification Contact No. Email Id
1 Prof. Anand Baghel Assistant Professor & HoDMTech (Manufacturing and Automation)
8770125825 anandbaghel@rjit.org
2 Prof. Abhishek Chakraborty Assistant ProfessorB.E. (Automobile Engineering)
M.Tech. (Production Engineering)
Ph.D. Pursuing (Mechanical Engineering)
9407211667 abhi_auto@yahoo.co.in
3 Prof. Gaurav Saxena Assistant ProfessorM.Tech (Production)
0982682464 gauravsaxena@rjit.org
4 Prof. Trapti Sharma Assistant Professor
5 Mr. Nishant Saxena Lab InstructorB.E. (Mechanical Engineering)
9425755912 nishantsaxena.rjit@gmail.com
6 Mr. Santosh Shrivastava Lab Instructor
7 Nawab Khan Machinist
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Facilities

VGTAP Lab

VG-TAP (Volkswagen Technical Apprenticeship Program) RJIT Gwalior was established on 13th May, 2015.

It is an MOU between VGSIPL(Volkswagen sales India Private limited) and RJIT, where the industrial skill of faculties and students is upgraded to global requirements. The VG-TAP training facility consist of state of art modern lab consisting of air-conditioned and wi-fi enabled classroom, well equipped training centre with AUDI A6 vehicle for practical demonstration to the students. The lab consists of modern diagnostic equipment, engines, transmission and tools.

VGTAP RJIT has trained more than 60 students of the institute for AUDI India and presently 5th batch of final year B.E. and diploma students of Automobile and Mechanical engineering streams are getting trained as per requirement of AUDI-India.

Practical Session
Theory & Discussion Session


Departmental Library

Students are facilitate by providing a Departmental Library to them. Students can read books here and also the books are issued to them when needed. In this library students can refer old Project Files and Automotive society Magazines like SAE International.



Driving Practice

Student are facilitate by Light Motor Vehicle Driving practice by expert CSMT BSF Trainers, with availability of Driving Licence in easy steps.



Smart Classes

All the classes in the Department of Automobile Engineering are equipped with latest technology for teaching and learning methodology. The new revolutionary program in education system is Smart Classes that has changed the concept of learning (classroom teaching). Its an innovative technology that has aimed to revolutionise the way teachers teach and students learn in class. Obviously, this methodology has proved beneficial for the students.



Internet

Students are facilitate by providing Hi-Speed Internet so that they can search and update themselves with current scinerio.



Student Clubs

Departmental Club "SAE Collegiate Club" is established to develop Advance Automotive Skills to the students of B.Tech. Automobile Engineering.



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Laboratories

Laboratories

Department of Automobile Engineering have 4 major laboratory to enhance the practical learning through experiments.


S. No. Name of Laboratory Room No. Faculty Incharge Lab Instructor
1 CAD/CAM Lab Old Block Prof. Tripti Sharma Mr. Nishant Saxena
2 IC Engine Testing Lab Old Block Prof. Gaurav Saxena Mr. Santosh Shrivastava
3 Vibration Lab New Block (Ground Floor) Prof. Abhishek Chakraborty Mr. Nishant Saxena
4 Production Lab Old Block Prof. Abhishek Chakraborty Mr. Nawab Khan


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Research

Departmental Research (SAE-BAJA-2015)

The BAJA SAE Series is an event for the undergraduate engineering students, organized globally by the Society of Automotive Engineers, USA. The event originated in the name of Mini – BAJA, in the year 1976 at University of Carolina. Since then, the event has spanned across six countries – USA, Mexico, South Africa, Korea, Brazil and India. The BAJA SAE tasks the students to design, fabricate and validate a single seater four – wheeled off road vehicle to take part in series of events spread over a course of 3 days that test the vehicle for the sound engineering practices that have gone into it, the agility of the vehicle in terms of gradability, speed, acceleration and manoeuvrability characteristics and finally its ability to endure that back breaking durability test. Several factors contribute to making a winning buggy. First and foremost the buggy has to meet the strict specification of the rule book. The philosophy hasnt changed since the event’s birth back in 1976 – the teams still need to build a simple all-terrain vehicle for recreation purpose that is aesthetically and ergonomically sound while still being a fun and durable machine in the real world conditions. The evaluation process for the BAJA SAEINDIA is a twofold process and students have to clear the Virtual Baja preliminary round before they start manufacturing their buggy’s for the main events.

Research Faculties: Mr. Gaurav Saxena and Mr. Anand Baghel

Research Status: On going

Research Cost: 8 Lakh

Research Publications
S.No. Faculty Name Title of Publication Journal Month-Year of Publicaiton ISSN No. of Co-Authors
1Prof. Anand BaghelStudy of TIG Welding Process with Different Type of Technique: A Review Journal of Advanced Research in Industrial Engineering Jan-20200
2Prof. Anand BaghelA Review on Fatigue Life Estimation of Welded JointsIJSTEJan-20202349-784X0
3Prof. Gaurav SaxenaDevelopment of a Composite Leaf Spring for a Light Commercial Vehicle (Tata Magic) International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications Jan-20132248-96221
4Prof. Gaurav SaxenaExergy analysis of evacuated tube solar collectors: A reviewInternational Journal of ExergyJan-20201742-83001
5Prof. Gaurav SaxenaSTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF ROTOR DISC OF DISC BRAKE OF BAJA SAE 2013 CAR THROUGH FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS International Journal of Automobile Engineering Research and Development (IJAuERD)Feb-2014ISSN(P): 2277-4785; 1
6Prof. Gaurav SaxenaComputational Drag Analysis of Passenger Car Using Splines and Spoiler International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)Mar-2015 2231-53811
7Prof. Gaurav SaxenaFractional Modelling of Temperature Distribution in a Long Fin TipInternational Journal of Engineering Technology, Management and Applied SciencesJul-20142349-44762
8Prof. Gaurav SaxenaDesign and Analysis of Impact Attenuator: A Review SSRG International Journal of Mechanical Engineering (SSRG-IJME) Dec-2015 2348 – 83602
9Prof. Gaurav SaxenaStudy on the Analysis of Excavator Boom: A Review SSRG International Journal of Mechanical Engineering (SSRG-IJME)Jul-20152348 – 83603
10Prof. Gaurav SaxenaSynthesis of Biodiesel by Transesterification Using Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysts: A ReviewInternational Journal of AdvancedResearch in Science, Engineering and Technology Jun-2016ISSN: 2350-03283
11Prof. Gaurav SaxenaSimulation and Optimization of wheel Hub and Upright of Vehicle: A Review IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE)Jan-2017e-ISSN: 2278-1684,p-3
12Prof. Gaurav SaxenaComputational Analysis of CuO Nano Coolant in a Car Radiator IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE)Feb-2017e-ISSN: 2278-1684,p-2
13Prof. Gaurav SaxenaEnergy, exergy and economic analysis of evacuated tube solar water heating system integrated with heat exchangerMaterials Today: Proceedings, ElsevierApr-20201
14Mr. Nishant SaxenaInvestigation of Wire EDM Process Parameters for Machining of Mild Steel Specimen Using TAGUCHI MethodsInternational Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) Nov-20192395-00722
15Mr. Nishant SaxenaRegeneration of electricity, water purification an removal of water pollution of water bodies through marine vesselsInternational Journal of Advanced Engineering Science and Technological Research (IJAESTR) Vol 6, Issue 4 Dec-20182321-12022