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Alva's Institute of Engineering & Technology

A Unit of Alva's Education Foundation(R), Moodubidire

(Affilliated to VTU, Belgaum, Approved by AICTE, New Delhi, Recognized by Govt. of Karnataka)

Mechanical Engineering

1 About
2 Forum Activities
3 Technical Talks
4 Staff Achievements
5 Student Achievements
6 Industrial Visits
7 Workshop & Training
8 Swacch Mijar Abhiyan
9 Student Exchange Program
10 Auto Club
11 Faculty
1 About

Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2008, recognized by AICTE, New Delhi and affiliated to VTU, Belgaum with an intake of 60 and has enhanced to 180 from academic year 2012-13. The Post Graduate course, M.Tech in Thermal Engineering has introduced from academic year 2012-13 with an intake of 18 students. Department recognize has a research centre by VTU and one faculty pursuing Phd program me in this centre .Department is actively involved in co-curricular and extracurricular activities with associations and professional bodies.. The main objective of the department is to provide academic excellence, knowledge and nurture talent in the area of Mechanical Engineering. The department is also looking forward to start Bio Diesel testing centre in the campus to explore and research on Alternative Fuels.



Impart Quality Technical Education to excel in Mechanical Engineering to meet the needs of the community.


  • Empower Student knowledge in basic and applied areas of Mechanical Engineering.

  • Strengthening collaboration with industries, research organizations, and institutes for an internship, joint research, and consultancy.

  • To inculcate entrepreneurial skills and human values in order to cater to the needs of society.

  • Exposure to industrial practices for managerial skills & professionalism

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

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Program Educational Objectives(PEOs)


Provide an opportunity for the students to expand knowledge in mechanical engineering.


Be able to provide solutions for technical and social problems through research and innovation.


Educate students to develop continuous learning attitude, ethics and values.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)


Will be able to analyze, interpret and provide solutions to engineering and social problems.


Adapt to the dynamic challenges and scenario in the industries.


1.Engineering Knowledge

 Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, computer science and engineering to solve complex engineering problems.

2.Problem Analysis:

Identity, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems in 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

Conduct investigations of complex problems using 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.


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

9.Individual and teamwork

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.


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, 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.Lifelong 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.

Vision of Mechanical Engineering Department is to develop Quality Mechanical Engineers to meet the ever growing the ever changing needs of the economy. To strive hard in inculcating students with best knowledge and latest skills to ensure competitive edge in the current standard.

We are committed to provide high quality technical education at undergraduate level by means of state of art curriculum with best teaching-learning programme.Dedicated to continuously develop the personality of the students through compressive scheme to curricular and extracurricular activities.

The department is having a dedicated and qualified team of faculty, technical and supporting staff. The department has two Professors (Including Principal), two Senior Associate Professors and three Associate Professor, 30 Assistant Professors, The faculty- student ratio in the department is less than 1:18. The department has the advantage of having four faculty members with a teaching experience of more than 22 years. Among the faculty members, two with Doctoral degree; thirty five are with master’s degree. twelve faculty members are pursuing the doctoral degree. The students will be undergoing the practical training with the help of 12 qualified and experienced technical staff members


Contact Details of the Department

Head of Department Mechanical Engineering

Name: Dr.Harishanand.K.S E-mail Id: aietmech08@gmail.com, Ph: 9886251083

Area: Mechanical Engineering
Affiliation: AIET, Moodbidri- affiliated to VTU, Belgaum.

Qualification: B.E(Mech), M.Tech,Ph.D

Courses Taught: For UG : -
For PG : -

Academic Experience: -

Courses Completed : -

Publications : -

Student Strength Current

Sl. No Intake 2012-13 Admission 2012-13 Intake 2013-14 Admission 2013-14 Intake 2014-15 Admission 2014-15 Intake 2015-16 Admission 2015-16
01 I 180 106 180 180 180 147 180 137
02 II 120 48 180 173 180 204 180 189
03 III 60 55 120 114 180 178 180 179
04 IV 60 59 120 110 120 119 180 160

Results from all the past years till date

Sl. No Percentage
01 2011-12 100%
02 2012-13 100%
03 2013-14 98.5%
04 2014-15 98%

Computer Laboratory

We have well equipped workshops and laboratories in the department. All the necessary equipments have been procured as per A.I.C.T.E. norms. To tune ourselves to the changing technology, the laboratories are regularly being updated by providing state of the art equipments and technologies during the year.
There are 12 superb laboratories to give hands-on experience to students for extensive expertise. They are:

  • Energy Conversion lab is having sophisticated equipments to do research on properties of fuel, working performances of IC engines.
  • Heat Transfer lab equipped for conducting experiments on thermal properties of different materials, refrigeration cycles and also on heat exchangers.
  • Fluid Mechanics lab helps in developing knowledge on working of turbines, pumps, compressors, and find out properties of water in flow through different channels.
  • Metallography and Material testing lab having equipments to test properties like hardness, toughness, wearing rate of different metals by destructively and non destructively
  • Meteorology and mechanical Measurements lab helps to understand properties of mechanical ,electro mechanical instruments also calibrate them with standards
  • Design lab is equipped for understanding and testing different properties of material used for different machine components.
  • Computer Aided modeling and analysis lab installed with advanced modeling and analysis software which helps analyzing the new design before manufacturing thus saving testing costs
  • Computer integrated Manufacturing lab uses the software to write program for manufacturing components in CNC machines
  • Smithy and Foundry makes student expert in conventional manufacturing
  • Fitting and Workshop gives basic knowledge about manufacturing
  • Computer Aided Engineering/Machine Drawing uses advanced software to draw machine components
  • Machine Shop equipped with conventional and advanced machines to understand different manufacturing processes
2 Forum Activities

MechXtorme – A Technical Fest (2019)

Two days inter college department “Technical Fest-MechXtorme” was organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Alva’s Institute of engineering and technology, Moodbidrifrom 9thto 10th April 2019for the benefit of the engineering students to upgrade and share their knowledge.

Inauguration of MechXtorme and speech by Chief Guest

Momento to Chief guest by Dr. Harishanand K.S

Sri. Kishore Alva resident, Adani Group & Bangalore Chamber of Industry & Commerce was Chief Guest of the event. Sri.Vivek Alva, Managing trustee, Alva’s Education Foundation, guest of honour of the function. Dr. Harishanand K.S, HOD, Dept of MEand Tech fest coordinator Dr.Satyanarayanwere presided over the podium.

MechXtormewas started at 10.00 AM in the Auditorium hall, MBA block by Miss. Vijaylaksmi, 6th Semester student(master of ceremony of the function), with the prayer song sung by Mr.Abhishek More6th Semester studentEngg student. Dr. Harishanand K.S, welcomed dignitaries on the dais. Miss. Aishwarya, Final year student introduced the Chief guests. Kishore Alva to the gathering.

In an inaugural address, Sri. Kishore Alva said that mechanical engineering is one of the most exciting and fascinating disciplines. It possesses the evergreen charm of career-making because of its importance in all fields of engineering applications. The discipline explores engineers to the conception, design, implementation and operation of mechanical systems in various aspect of life.

He said that China is a country with the most opportunity currently for mechanical engineers; a lot of manufacturing from around the world is being outsourced to China. They produce more cars than any other country in the world. However, they have a strong preference to hire locals; and their education system is not as strong as most of the Western World.

Mr. Vivek Alva, guest of honour addressed the gathering and said that Mechanical Engineering is considered to be one of the oldest and broadest branches of engineering. This field is also referred to as the Mother branch of engineering. It was heightened that jobs for mechanical engineers are more in future and rumour about no jobs are false.  The program was concluded by Vote of Thanks by event coordinator Dr.Satyanarayan, Associate Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engg, AIET.

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Alva's Institute of Engineering and Technology, organized inter-college technical fest (MechXtorme) for the student aspirants from various engineering colleges.

Two days fest was organized on 9thand 10th April 2019with the objective to provide a platform for the students to showcase their talent with a competitive spirit. The event was successful enough to attract as many as 200 registrations across the state which included18 technical events. Students were


A sequel of the most awaited event "Varishta Kreedha Koota" which is a collection of traditional games of different parts of India which are vanishing from the land are recalled once again by Alva’s Education Foundation (AEF) students which were organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering Forum team "Mech Meastroes” at Alva’s Institute of Engineering Campus on 8th October of 2017.

Entrepreneur Deviprasad Shetty, who inaugurated the event, called upon the young students to focus on preserving the ancient culture of the country by continuing playing rural sports and games. Modern games like cricket and football should not take away the shine of the rural games, he added.

During the inauguration function, Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal AIET, Dr. Kurian, Principal, Alva’s Degree College, Prof. K.V. Suresh, HOD Mech Engineering, Dr. Satyanarayan Forum coordinator and Nickky Harries Students president were present.

The day has provided that, Victory is not the sole intention, but the spirit of playing together.


A sequel of the most awaited event "Varishta kreedha koota"which is a collection of traditional games of different parts of India which are vanishing from the land are recalled once again by Engineering students which was organized by the Mechanical Department Forum team "MechMeastroes” at Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology (AIET) Campus on 1st November of 2015.

Mr.Andaru Gunapal Hegde, Retired head master, Govt. school inspector inaugurated the “Varishtakreedhakoota"event which is organized in AIET by Mechanical Students for engineering, naturopathy, ayurvedic, homeopathy medical and degree students and also teaching and non-teaching faculty members. All students and staff got a chance to participate and know about our rich traditional games like Lagori, HaggaJaggaata(tug of war), chennemana, palle,TonkaBille, Kuttidonne,Bandiaata, Goliaata, Kottalige Cricket and indoor games like Chouka bara (similar to Lido), gooli ata where thousands of students participated with shells, “kavade” in Kannada and many other crowd catching games which were the cultural Heritage of ancient Karnataka.In presidential remarks Principal of AIET Dr.Peter Fernandessaid that our traditional games are very economical, enjoyableand playable by everybody independent of gender and age and it can accommodate any no of players in small areas,this event is organized for rising the funds by providing the equipment for neighboring government schools.During the inauguration function Prof. K.V.Suresh, HOD, Dept. of mechanical engineering,Dr. Satyanarayan and Mr .Santosh A. Goudar, forum Co-coordinators and Mr. Ashwin carlton salis and Mr. Edison Methew students president were present. Melwin D mello introduced the chief guest and conveyed the vote of thanks.


A sequel of the most awaited event "Varishtakreedhakoota"which is a collection of traditional games of different parts of Karnatakaand Kerala which are vanishing from the land are recalled once again by Engineering students which was organized by the Department of Mechanical Forum team "Mech Meastroes” at Alva’s Institute of Engineering and TechnologyCampus on 1stNovember of 2014.

By quoting this Mr. VijaynathVittal Shetty, Managing trustee Shastavu Sri Bhoothanatheshwara temple, Badaga, Yedapadavu, Mijarinaugurated the “Varishtakreedhakoota"event whichwas organized at AIET by Mechanical engineering Students. In which Staff and students got a chance to participate and know about our rich traditional games like Lagori, HaggaJaggaata(tug of war),chennemana,palle,TonkaBille,Kuttidonne,Bandiaata, Goliaata, Kottalige Cricket and indoor games like Chouka bara (similar to Lido) where hundreds of students participated with shells, “kavade” in Kannada and many other crowd catching games which were the cultural Heritage of ancient Karnataka.In presidential remarks Principal of AIET Dr .Peter Fernande addressed that our traditional games are very economical, enjoyableand Playable by everybody independent of gender and age and it can accommodate any number of players in small areas,this event is organized for rising the funds by providing the equipment’sfor neighboring schools.During the inaugurationfunction Mr. Vivek Alva,Managing trusteeProf. K.V.Suresh, HOD Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Satyanarayan forum Co-Coordinator, Mr. Puneeth, Asst. Professor, Dept. of ME and Mr. Abhishek Suvarna presidentMechMeastroes were present,AkshaySetty introduced the Chief guest and Mr. Ganesh was Master of ceremony.

“Because of addiction to modern technology tools of entertainment like televisions and video games and modern versions of computer gaming our traditional games are disappearing fast. This event is an effort towards reviving them, and keeping the culture alive’’

Today here it's been proved that Victory is not the sole intention, but the spirit of playing together.


Mechanical EngineeringDepartmental Forum ActivityMECH MAESTROS for the academic year 2014-15was formally inaugurated on 19th August 2014 (Tuesday), at MBA seminar hall, AIET. The program inaugurated at 2.30pm by invocation song.Dr.Umesh M Bhushi, Principal, Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management, inaugurated the Departmental Forum Activity by lighting the lamp followed by Prof. K. V Suresh, Head, Department of Mechanical Engg,Dr.Satyanarayan, forum coordinator, Mr. Abhishek, President MECH MAESTROSand Mr. AnandKrishanan, SecretaryMECH MAESTROS.

At the outset Mr. Abhishek, PresidentMECH MAESTROSwelcome the gathering.Mr. AnandKrishanan, Secretary MECH MAESTROS welcome the dignitaries on daisflorally. Dr.Satyanarayan, forum coordinator,welcome the new forum representatives florally.The programme concluded with vote of thanks by Mr. AnandKrishanan, Secretary MECH MAESTROS. 300 students both from pre-final and final year and the entire departmental faculty were part of the inauguration program. The inauguration of Departmental Forum Activity MECH MAESTROSwas successfully concluded.

3 Technical Talks
4 Staff Achievements

Ø Dr. SatyanarayanProfessor, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology Karnataka, Moodbidri.

Dr. Satyanarayan- Received Post-Doctoral Researcher Fellowship (Qualified Project Researcher) from Institute of Pulsed Power Science (IPPS), Kumamoto University, Kumamoto - 8608555,

International and National level Responsibilities (Dr. Satyanarayan)

  • Organising Committee of ESHP (Explosives, Shockwave and Hypervelocity Phenomena) symposium 2019.
  • Reviewer for the International Conference on Material Strength and Applied Mechanics (MSAM 2018), April 10th to 13th, 2018 in Kitakyushu City,
  • Technical Session Chair for National Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (NAME 2018) on on 20.04.2018 at J.N.N College of Engineering, Navule, Shimoga-577204.
  • Technical Session Chair for International conference on advances in Manufacturing, Materials and Energy Engineering (IconMMEE2018) 2 - 3 March 2018, MITE, Moodbidri, India
  • Award for Research Excellencefrom Indus Foundation, at Indo-Global Summit & Expo,  on 17th July, 2017, Mumbai .
  • Coordinated the MOUs of Alva’s Institute of Engineering Technology with Kumamoto University, Japan


Ø Mr. K V SureshProfessor, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology Karnataka, Moodbidri.

Presented Research Paper in 7th International Engineering Symposium (IES 2018) held on March 7-9, 2018 at Kumamoto University, Japan.


Ø Kumaraswamy M C Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology Karnataka, Moodbidri.

Presented Research Paper in 7th International Engineering Symposium (IES 2018) held on March 7-9, 2018 at Kumamoto University, Japan.


Sl. no.

Name of the faculty

Title of the paper



Dr. Satyanarayana

Welding of Sn and Cu Plates Using Controlled Underwater Shock Wave

Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Vol 245, July 2017, Pages 300–308. (Elsevier Publications)

Recent Advances on Al-Sn Alloys with Ternary Alloying Elements

Research & Development in C Material Science, 4(3). RDMS.000587.2018.

Weldability Windows for Underwater Explosive Welding of Sn and Cu Plates

Journal of Materials Processing Technology (Under review) (Elsevier Publications).


K.V. Suresh

Investigation on the performance of CI Engine with blends of cottonseed and honge bio-diesel

International journal of mechanical and materials engineering science,,8, Jan -June 2015,pp 69-74, ISSN No.0974-584X

An experimental study of performance and emission characteristics of ci engine fuelled with hybrid blends of biodiesels

International Journal of Technical Research and Applications Volume 2, Issue 5 (Sep-Oct 2014), PP. 71-74, e-ISSN: 2320-8163

Pongamia Pinnata (Karanja) Biodiesel as an Alternative fuel for Diesel Engine: A Review

Advanced Engineering and Applied Sciences: An International Journal 2014; 4(4): 52-61, ISSN 2320–3927



Performance studies on diesel engine using Dairy Scum oil methyl ester (DSOME)

Petroleum & Petrochemical Engineering Journal (PPEJ) 
MedWin Publishers


Gopal Krishna U B

Microstructural Evolution in WC-Co Cermet reinforced Al7075 metal matrix composites by stir casting

IOP science Publishing: Materials Science and Engineering


Pramod Kumar N

Design and Fabrication of Portable Coconut/Seed Oil Extraction Machine

International Journal of Research, p-I SSN: 2348 -6848 January 2017, Volume 04 Issue 01


Srinivasa c.s

Design and development of hybrid seed dryer with air flow inversion and recirculation



International Journal of Research, p-I SSN: 2348 -6848 January 2017, Volume 04 Issue 01 page 622-626




Raghavendra Prasada S.A

Pongamia Pinnata (karanja) Biodiesel as an Alternative fuel for Diesel Engine: A Review

Advanced Engineering and Applied Science: An international Journal, 4(4), 2014, pp. 52-61.

Different methods of improving the performance of an IC engine fueled with CNSL biodiesel: A Review

International Journal of Research, Vol. 1, Issue 11, 2014, pp. 1296–1305.

Design & Fabrication of double angled eight-sided solar cooker

International Journal of Research, Vol. 3, Issue 09, 2016, pp. 689–697.

A Review on CNSL Biodiesel as an Alternative fuel for Diesel Engine

International journals of Science and Research, Vol. 3, Issue 7, 2014, pp. 2028-2038.


Shailesh M G

Thermal and performance analysis of R600a in VCC Cycle

International journal of engineering research and technology ISSN: 2278-0181, Vol. 7, Issue 1, JAN-2018, Page no 35 to 40

Comparative Study Between Simarouba Biodiesel On A Single Cylinder Diesel Engine And Lhr Engine Using Diesel And Multi-Blend Biodiesel

International journal of emerging trends in engineering and development Issue 6, Vol. 6 (November 2016), ISSN: 2249-6149 page no 189 to 200

A comparative study between Simarouba and Jatropha Biodiesel in a direct injection diesel engine with diesel

International Journal on Theoretical and Applied Research in Mechanical Engineering ISSN (Print): 2319-3182, February 2016, Page no 89 to 94

Publications in International Conferences

Sl. no.

Name of the faculty

Name of the paper

Conference Name

Venue and Date


Dr. Satyanarayan

Effect of Reflow and Isothermal Aging Temperature on Sn-Pb and Pb-free Solder/Substrate Interfacial Regions”,

12th International Student Conference on Advanced Science and Technology (ICAST 2017),

Taiwan 23 -25 November 2017,

Study Of Thermal Resistance On Interface Materials

Assessment of Mechanical Properties of Hair Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composite

International Conference on Recent Vistas In Science And Technology and Its Relevance To Biological Sciences, Alvas Degree College, vidyagiri

2 March 2018.

Assessment of Thermal Contact Resistance for Brass and Bronze Metal Alloys

7th International Engineering Symposium - IES 2018, Kumamoto University, Japan.

March 7-9, 2018


Gopal Krishna U B

Processing and evaluation of microstructure & physical properties of Al7075 reinforced with cermets by stir casting route

International Conference on Contemporary Research in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on Materials and Manufacturing (ICCRME-2018)

Integral University, Lucknow April 06-07, 2018

Studies on dry sliding wear characteristics of cermet WC-Co particulate reinforced Al7075 metal matrix composites

International Conference on Advances in Materials, Manufacturing and Applied Sciences (ICAMMAS’17)

Sri Sai Ram Institute of Technology, Chennai 30-31st March, 2017

Microstructural Evolution in WC-Co Cermet Reinforced Al7075 Metal Matrix Composites by Stir Casting”

International Conference on Advance Materials and Manufacturing Applications (IConAMMA' 16)

Amritha Vishwa Vidyapeetham University, Bengaluru 15th – 16th July 2016


Synthesis of Al7075 reinforced with cermets and evaluation of mechanical properties – A Review

International Conference on Material Science & Technology

Vinobha Bhave Research Institute, Newdelhi 01-04 March 2016


Pramod V Badyankal

Study of Vibrational Analysis of Cantilever Beam made by natural hybrid fibre composites

International Conference on Advanced Science and Technology

Taiwan 23-25 November

5 Student Achievements

Ø International Conference

International Student Conference in Taiwan.

  • Hithesh Gopal Shetty
  • Prajesh Yogeshbhai Ashra
  • Sandesh Gananath Shetty

The above cited students from Final year Mechanical Engineering were participated and presented paper in 12th  International Student  Conference on Advanced Science and Technology (ICAST 2017), held on 23 - 25 November, 2017, Taiwan.

Ø Kumamoto University, Japan.

  • Hithesh Gopal Shetty
  • Prajesh Yogeshbhai Ashra
  • Sandesh Gananath Shetty
  • Ashwin Padmashali

The above cited students from Final year Mechanical Engineering were participated in Sakura Exchange Program In Science (Japan-Asia Youth Exchange Program In Science) At Kumamoto University, Japan from 28/01/2018 to 04/02/2018.

Ø Cultural achievements

SI. No.

College Name


Students name (only mechanical)


Sem & Month


A.J.Institute of Engineering and Technology, mangalore

Shravan Prabha



1st in Dollu

Even Semester

In February & March


Shree devi institute of technology, Kenjar

Shravan Prabha


2nd prize in Mad acts


Shrinivas Institute of technology, mukka

Santhosh GB


Ravi nimboni

Shravan Prabha

Overall Championship


Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology & Management

Santhosh GB


Ravi nimboni

Shravan Prabha

Acharya sudharshan


Overall Championship


N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology, nitte

Shravan Prabha

Acharya Sudarshan


No Prize


NITK, Surathkal

Shravan Prabha



1st in Dollu


SDMCET,  Dharwad

Santhosh GB


Ravi nimboni



1st place in Dollu

2nd place in Western dance

2nd place in Paper presentation

Stage Program



V S Acharya Vedike, Vidyagiri


Shravan Prabha


Abhishek Deshpande


One Act Play

Odd Semester

6 Industrial Visits

INDUSTRIAL VISIT DETAILS 2017-18 & Odd Semester 2018-19.


Sl. No.

Date of visit

Name of Industry

Number of students



16 – 04 – 2018

BTPS, Bellary


4th & 6th


17 – 04 – 2018

JSW, Hospet


4th & 6th



25 – 08 – 2018 &

01 – 09 – 2018


GWASF Quality Castings (P) Ltd. Baikampady, Mangalore, Karnataka, India.




22 – 09 – 2018

Kaiga Atomic Power Station, Kaiga, Uttar Kannada district, Karnataka, India.




01 – 10 – 2018

Varahi Hydro Power Plant, Hosangadi, Udupi district, Karnataka, India.




30 – 03 – 2017

ISRO Satellite centre Bangalore and HAL Bangalore




26 – 10 – 2017 &

27 – 10 – 2017

HAL and FTI Bangaluru




Odd Semester


SohamPhalguni Renewable Energy P. Ltd, Kellupade, Iruvailu




Odd Semester


Mangaluru Dairy, Mangaluru.





 Eight Nine (89) Mechanical Engineering 4th& 6th semester students and 4 faculties visited Bellary Thermal Power station on 16/04/2018Bellary Thermal Power station is located in Kudatini Village, Bellary District in the Indian state of Karnataka. Two coal-fired units of 500 MW each are in operation with generating capacity of 12 million units per day and a 700 MW coal-fired unit with operation. The plant has 3 power generating units involving 1 700MW super-critical boiler technology. After visiting BTPS students will thoroughly understand the working principle of coal based thermal power stations.



Eight Nine (89) Mechanical Engineering 4th& 6th semester students and 4 faculties visited Jindal Steel Works plant, Hospet on 17/04/2018. With the largest product portfolio in steel, JSW are India's largest steel exporter, shipping to over 100 countries across 5 continents. Starting with a single plant in 1982, they are now India's leading manufacturer of value-added and high-grade steel products. With plants in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra, JSW has the capacity to produce 18 million tons per annum (MTPA). After visiting JSW plant students will thoroughly understand the manufacturing process steel from raw material iron ore.

GWASF, Quality Castings Pvt. Ltd. MANGALORE.

One hundred Eight (108) Mechanical Engineering 3rd semester students and 9 faculties visited GWASF Quality Castings Pvt. Ltd in two batches, on 25/08/2018& 01/09/2018. GWASF began foundry operations in 1988. GWASF supplies to North America and Europe critical high alloy and precision machined castings. GWASF manufactures a range of castings in a large variety of alloys from a weight range of 10 kg to 650 kg. After visiting GWASF Quality Castings Pvt. Ltd. students will thoroughly understand the casting process and machining & manufacturing processes of steel castings.


Thirty Five (35) Mechanical Engineering 5th semester students and 2 faculties visited Kaiga Atomic Power plant on 22/09/2018. After visiting Kaiga Atomic Power plant students will thoroughly understand the working principle of nuclear power plants. Kaiga Atomic Power plant has a total installed capacity of 960 MW.

Kaiga Generating Station (KGS) 1 & 2 – Pressurized Heavy Water Reactors (2 x 220 MWe PHWR)

Kaiga Generating Station (KGS) 3 & 4 – Pressurized Heavy Water Reactors (2 x 220 MWe PHWR)



Eighty Five (85) Mechanical Engineering 5th semester students and 4 faculties visited Varahi Hydro Power plant on 01/10/2018. Varahi is Karnataka's first underground powerhouse. Varahi Hydro Electric Project has a total installed capacity of 460 MW. After visiting hydro power plant students will thoroughly understand the working principle of turbines in fluid mechanics and machinery laboratory. This industrial visit gives the real engineering world exposure without harming the environment in hydal power projects.

ISRO Satellite Centre & HAL Bangalore.

 Forty Eight (48) Sixth semester mechanical engineering students are taken to ISRO Satellite centre Bangalore and HAL Bangalore on 30/03/2017. Students visited different sections of ISRO satellite centre and HAL exhibition.

 HAL and FTI Bengaluru

Mechanical engineering 7th semester 44 students and two faculty are visited HAL on 26/10/2017 and FTI on 27/10/2017. In HAL students got detailed knowledge of manufacturing materials and assembly sections. In FTI students went through with different manufacturing machine tools.

SohamPhalguni Renewable Energy P. Ltd, Kellupade, Iruvailu.

Fifth semester mechanical engineering students are taken to Hydro Power Plant of capacity of 10.5 MW (Two Kaplan turbines with 5.75 MW capacity each)  at SohamPhalguni Renewable Energy P. Ltd, Kellupade, Iruvailu, Moodbidri.Students visited different sections of hydro power plant has got the knowledge of conversion hydraulic energy into mechanical energy and mechanical energy into electrical energy.

Mangaluru Dairy, Mangaluru.

All Third semester 2017-18 Batch students along with faculty members visited Mangalore dairy, Mangalore.


7 Workshop & Training


One Day National Workshop on “NanoFluids: Applications for Heat Transfer and Energy Systems” was organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Alva’s institute of engineering and technology, Moodbidri on 28th September 2017 for the benefit of the students, research scholars, faculty from technical institutes and industrialists to upgrade and share their knowledge.

Dr. Shuichi Torii, Assistant Director (College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies) and Professor in the Department of Mechanical System Engineering, Kumamoto University – Japan was Chief Guest as well as resource person of the workshop. Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing trustee, Alva’s Education Foundation and Dr. P. Selvakumar, Vice Principal, PSN College of Engg and Technology, Tirunelveli were guest of honours of the function. President of the function Dr. Peter Fernandes, Prnicipal, AIET, Prof. K V Suresh, HOD & Convener of the workshop and workshop coordinator Dr. Satyanarayan were presided over the podium.

The programme was started at 10.00 AM in the Main seminar hall, MBA block by Prof. Yogish Rao (Master of ceremony of the function), Dept. of Mechanical Engg with the prayer song sung by by Mr. Shravan Prabha Final year mechanical Engg student. Prof. K V Suresh, convener of the welcomed dignitaries on the dais. Mr. Trivikram Prabhu, Asst. Professor, introduced the Chief Guest Prof. Shuichi Torii and gave a detailed description of the research work and achievements of Prof. Torii to the gathering.

In an inaugural address, Prof. Shuichi Torii said, Nanofluid helps in improving the performance of the thermal systems by enhancing heat transfer rate. Nanofluids are widely used in various applications like as fuel, as coolant in automobiles, in medical and electronic equipment to reduce the thermal resistance. Prof. Torii addressed about MOU between AIET and Kumamoto University following opportunities for foreign students to pursue Master and Doctoral courses in Kumamoto University, Japan. He also gave the information on the international symposium which will be held in Japan every year in the month of March and suggested the students and staff members to apply. Mr. Vivek Alva, guest of honour addressed the gathering highlighting understandings between AIET and Kumamoto University about exchange of students, faculty, joint projects handling and utilization of mutual resources in the domains of engineering.

Dr. Peter Fernandes Principal of AIET delivered the presidential talk to the gathering. Principal thanked Prof. Torii for hospitality given us at Japan during MoU agreement. Then, he told about the importance of nanotechnology and nanofluids in engineering applications. The reason for selecting nano size particles over micro size particles was well explained by Principal. He gave an example of his paper published in Elsevier journal within three days expressing how important and advanced field is nanofluid. He appreciated the efforts of Dept. of Mechanical Engg in organizing such a wonderful workshop. He thanked Prof. Shuichi Torii for agreeing to deliver Technical talk. He then called upon all the gathering to benefit from this national workshop.

The program was concluded by Vote of Thanks by workshop coordinator Dr. Satyanarayan, Associate Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engg, AIET. As a part of workshop, Technical talk on Turbulent heat transfer behavior of nanofluid in a circular tube heated under constant heat flux and its application was presented by Prof. Shuichi Torii. He introduced Kumamoto University, Japan indicating the location of Kumamoto, Japan in the world map and how far it is from India. Prof. Torii gave a brief history of Kumamoto University highlighting legends created from this university.

In the talk Prof. Shuichi Torii described basics and importance of Nano-Fluid defining that, it is a fluid with particles less than 100nm in diameter suspended in a fluid like water, engine oil or other fluid etc. Further, he explained and elaborated results of all the research works done on Nanofluids at Kumamoto University, Japan. He spoke about agglomeration of nano particles and preventation of the same. He conveyed that, turbulent flow is of higher importance than laminar flow.

In the presentation, he exhibited compounding of Nano Particles of Cu and Al2O3 with water and measurement of thermal conductivity against the concentration of the Nano particles. He said, diamond nano particles were synthesised at Institute of pulsed power science (Shockwave and condensed matter research centre) of Kumamoto University. He also talked about the Zeta potential of Nano- Diamonds in fluid. In which water was considered as a fluid.

In future Professor will be focussing on usage of Nanofluids as coolants so that higher performance and lower size can be achieved. He ended his presentation indicating that research in the area of improvement of heat transfer performance of Nano-Particles is important and should be focussed on systematically. The talk was followed by interaction with delegates. Prof. Chadaga, Dean and Head, Dept. of MBA, interacted with Professor about use of nanofluids in space applications. Later as a token of love and appreciation Memento was given to Prof. Shuichi Torii by Dr. Peter Fernandes.


A week long CNC training workshop ( both turning & milling ) From 04 to 11 December 2015 was organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering. This workshop is conducted for ITI & Diploma students.

Pre-workshop initiative:

The workshop brochure was sent to various ITI & Diploma colleges in & around Dakshina kannada & Udupi district by personally visiting those institutes . But for few colleges information was sent through post as well as e-mail. 23 Candidates registered and actively participated in this workshop. Candidates range from National ITI Barkur to Sayyed Madani ITI . A registration fee of Rs.750 was collected and Kit (File, Pen, and Scribbling pad) was provided to all the registered candidates. An additional charge of Rs. 1,000/- was collected for accommodation & food.


Focus of the Workshop:

This program aims at exposing CNC Turning & Milling to the Diploma /ITI students, enables them to understand, explore, research and contribute to the domain. We also provided hands on classes in CNC turning & milling, which will be helpful to understand the theory part of CNC programming. CNC machining is the latest trend in industry.

Students were contended with the course, both theories as well as hands on. They have shown immense interest in CNC machines & its programming language.

The workshop altogether was a great success considering most of the students are from rural areas,it was a great opportunity for them to have a such a nice exposure towards state-of-the-art machineries.


WORKSHOP ON “Recent Trends in Nanotechnology” on 18th and 19th Jan 2016

A week long CNC training workshop ( both turning & milling ) From 04 to 11 December 2015 was organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering. This workshop is conducted for ITI & Diploma students.

The Mechanical Engg. Department has organized a Two Days National Workshop on “Recent Trends in Nanotechnology”on 18th& 19th Jan 2016, Dr. Dinesh Rangappa, Professor and Head, Department of Nanotechnology, VIAT, Bangalore Region Muddenahalli, inaugurated the workshop.

The organizing team                                                                                                                     Dr.Siddarth Joshi delivering his talk at the Workshop

8 Swacch Mijar Abhiyan

Mechanical Engineering Department of Alvas Institute of Engineering and Technology launched ‘Swacch Mijar’ campaign at Thodaru junction on 04.11.2014.

Youth minister Sri K. Abhayachandra Jain kick started the campaign and said that every citizen should participate in this campaign, only then the ‘Swacch Bharath’ campaign will get successful.

Dakshina Kannada district executive officer Smt. Tulasi Maddineni on the occasion said that we should focus on cleanliness to attract more and more visitors to the tourist spots in India.

Chairman, Alvas Education Foundation, Dr. M Mohan Alva, MITE college president Sri. Rajesh Chowta, Ex-MLA Sri. Amarnath Shetty, Vidhan Parishad member Sri. Ganesh Karnik, NCC officer Captain Shivram, Tenkamijaru Gram Pranchayath PDO Sri. Sayish Chowta, President Smt. Umavathi ,Mr.Vivek Alva ,Managing Trustee,and Alvas Engineering College principal Dr. Peter Fernandes were present on

the occasion. The campaign was held at Tenkamijaru Gram panchayat where Dr. M V Shetty Engg. college students, Alvas engineering college students, MITE college students, Mijar locals, Self help groups, women groups and Mijaru gram panchayat members participated in the campaign. More than 3 thousand people actively participated in the cleaning activities.

Mechanical Engineering Department of Alvas Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted ‘Swacch Mijar’ campaign in Mijar on 14th Apr 2016

Chairman Dr.M Mohan Alva at the Inaugural Swach Mijar Abhiyan


Management Trustee Shri. Vivek Alva and Prof.Kurien actively participating in the Swach Mijar Abhiyan


Management Trustee Shri. Vivek Alva addressing the students about Swach Mijar Abhiyan

9 Student Exchange Program

Japan Higher Education Interaction Session @ AIET

In an effort to attract more and more Indian students to growing higher educational opportunities in Japan, Director, University of Tokyo, India office and Director, Ritusumeikan India office were invited at Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology on 16th January 2019. The delegation arrived for Japan Higher Education Interaction Session. One of the important mission of the project was to attract excellent students from India. This delegation was the result of the Japanese government’s mission to invite students from India. This was based on the special strategic program signed between the Indian and Japanese govt.

They spoke about the opportunities for Indian students get into their universities. In the interaction, admission procedure for higher education in Japan universities through the MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology) scholarship was highlighted. Interested students have to first pick their search proposal and then find a professor in the university they are interested in. Students who are eligible are provided with full scholarships from the Japan government as well as from the respective university. They emphasized on the point that a common research program was necessary to have an MOU between the colleges. The University of Tokyo is one of the top 10 universities in the world.

The delegates were Mr. Hiroshi Yoshino, Director, University of Tokyo, India office and Dr. Shigeki Ashida, Director, Ritusumeikan India office. They were accompanied by Mr. P N Karant, Honorary secretary, Indo Japan Chamber of Commerce and Trade, Karnataka, Miss Sakshi Verma, Assistant manager, Ritusumeikan Univerisity, India office and Miss Priyanka. P. Advisor, Higher Education, University of Tokyo, India office, Japan. 

Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET, grace the occasion. Dr. Satyanarayan, Associate Professor, Dept. of ME AIET coordinated the event. Welcome speech was delivered by Mr. Pramod V B, Asst. Professor. Dept. of ME AIET

ಮಿಜಾರ್: Tokyo Univeristy and Ritusumeikan university ಎರಡು ಜಪಾನೀಸ್ ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾನಿಲಯದಿಂದ ಪ್ರತಿನಿಧಿಗಳನ್ನು ಆಳ್ವಾಸ್ ಇನ್ಸ್ಟಿಟ್ಯೂಟ್ ಆಫ್ ಇಂಜಿನಿಯರಿಂಗ್  ಆಂಡ್ ಟೆಕ್ನಾಲಜಿ ಆಹ್ವಾನಿಸಿತು.  ಈ ಪ್ರತಿನಿಧಿಗಳು ಜಪಾನಿನ ಉನ್ನತ ಶಿಕ್ಷಣದ ಬಗ್ಗೆ ಮಾಹಿತಿ ನೀಡುವ ಸಂವಾದ ಕಾರ್ಯಕ್ರಮವನ್ನು ನಡೆಸಿಕೊಡಲು ಬಂದಿದ್ದರು.  ಇದರ ಮುಖ್ಯ ಉದ್ದೇಶ ಜಪಾನ್ ಸರಕಾರದ ಇಚ್ಛೆಯಂತೆ ಭಾರತೀಯ ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳನ್ನು ಜಪಾನ್‌ಗೆ ಆಹ್ವಾನಿಸುವುದಾಗಿತ್ತು. ಇದು ಭಾರತ ಸರಕಾರ ಮತ್ತು  ಜಪಾನ್  ಸರಕಾರದ ನಡುವೆ  ನಡೆದ ವಿಶೇಷ ಒಪ್ಪಂದವಾಗಿತ್ತು.ಅವರು  ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳಿಗೆ ಅವರ ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾನಿಲಯಗಳಲ್ಲಿ ಸಿಗಬಹುದಾದ ಅವಕಾಶಗಳ ಬಗ್ಗೆ ಸವಿವರವಾಗಿ ಮಾತನಾಡಿದರು. ಅವರು  ತಮ್ಮ ಬೋದಕ ವಗ೯ ಮತ್ತು ದಾಖಲಾತಿ ಪ್ರಕ್ರಿಯೆ ಬಗ್ಗೆ ತಿಳಿಸಿದರು.

ಆಸಕ್ತ ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳು ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾನಿಲಯದಲ್ಲಿ ತಮಗೆ  ಯೋಗ್ಯರಾದ ಪ್ರಾಧ್ಯಾಪಕರನ್ನು ಹುಡುಕಿಕೊಳ್ಳಬಹುದು. ಅಹ೯ ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳಿಗೆ ಸರಕಾರ ಹಾಗೂ ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾನಿಲಯದಿಂದ ಪೂಣ೯ ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿವೇತನ ನೀಡಲಾಗುವುದು. ಕಾಲೇಜುಗಳ ನಡುವೆ ಸಾಮಾನ್ಯ MOU ಕಾಯ೯ಕ್ರಮ ನಡೆಯಬೇಕೆಂಬುದನ್ನು ಅವರು ಒತ್ತಿ ಹೇಳಿದರು. ವಿಶ್ವದ ೧೦ ಉನ್ನತ ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾನಿಲಯಗಳಲ್ಲಿ ಟೋಕಿಯೊವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾನಿಲಯವೂ ಒಂದಾಗಿದೆ.

10 Auto Club


Aim of Auto Club
The aim of the auto Club is to nurture and expand knowledge and to cultivate an interest in the automotive culture.


  • To take part in National and International events.
  • To create an interest in students about Automobile manufacturing
  • To develop a partnership with Industries for product development and research in the automobile sector.
  • To create a chain link of participation in Go-Kart, Eco-Kart, SAE Supra, formula Bharat .,
  • To encourage the student to take up their career in Automobile engineering and go green technology.

About the Club
The Auto Club of AIET embraces a group of hardworking individuals who share his common passion-automobiles. Our passion is for the latest technologies and innovations in the realm of automobiles drives us to endeavour to design and fabricate vehicles of our own. We take part in several competitions like SUPRA SAE, Formula Bharat..etc. Our love for Automobiles also drives us to spread this knowledge and help ignite this passion in others. We would like to organize lectures on Automobiles and their various sub-systems. We also hold workshops to teach assembly and disassembly of the engine, chassis design software such as CATIA v5, v6 and Ansys 19 version.

Facilities available in the Auto club

1) APS victor arc/tic 400 amp inverter with water cooled

2) 5 HP oil-free BAC portable compressor.

3) 5 HP AIRMAX compressor

4) AMP 250 amp arc welding machine

5) Mechanic’s Tool Kits

6) Supportive lab facilities


  • Machine shop
  • Fabrication Unit
  • Material Testing lab equipment’s
  • Metrology and Measurement Lab equipment’s
  • CNC workshop


7) Safety Kits and First Aid kits


1) Assembly and disassembly of engine parts

By activities, the student will able to learn from basic of IC engine working, Movable parts, energy flow..etc in a low power and high power engine. Students will again better knowledge about the IC engine and they can relate with the theoretical and practical accepts. 


2) Go Green Vehicle by Mr Byre Gowda and Team

Ref: https://www.deccanherald.com/special-features/solar-vehicle-bengaluru-go-691206.html.


An innovative two-seater-three-wheeler solar vehicle called 'Go Green Glow Green'' is developed in Mangalore by Byre Gowda G, a mechanical engineering student under the guidance of Dr Peter Fernandes from Alvas Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Engineering and Technology.

Aluminium Alloy, which is lightweight, has been used to make the vehicle. It reduces 60-65% of the weight as compared to other Mild Steel Vehicles (MS). The advantage of Aluminium Alloy is that it has design flexibility, is corrosion-resistant and can be recycled. The lithium battery in the vehicle is charged with the solar panel fixed on the vehicle for three to four hours. The solar panel used is mono-crystalline silicon type of photovoltaic which has an average efficiency of 10% to 12.%. The additional electric port will help charge the vehicle in 90 minutes.


Event: SAE Formula Bharat 2019


Formula Bharat is an engineering design competition in which students from colleges and universities all over the country, compete with a life-size Formula-style vehicle in areas of engineering design, overall cost, marketability and dynamic performance. The series replicates the global student Formula series hosted in around 11 countries per year.

The purpose of this competition is to encourage students to gain hands-on practical experience while applying engineering theories studied in the classroom. In addition, students learn the art of management and teamwork, which are essential skills required in the ‘real-world’. These student teams are required to build a new vehicle from scratch year-after-year and seek sponsorship and donations by their own means to fund the project.

Formula Bharat 2019 (FB 2019) is been hosted and managed by Mobility Engineering Consortium Pvt. Ltd., an organization dedicated to hosting mobility-related competitions for students.

The team Dhrutaha had participated in national level event student Formula Bharat 2019 competition that took place at the Kari Motor Speedway in Coimbatore during January 23 -27, 2019. The competition had focused on the combustion category and an adaptation of the Formula Student 2018 Rules document. Our team backed 41st rank out of 100 teams participated in the event. The competitors for our team are from national and international level teams.


Student Team Members:

1 Mr. Shravan Kumar 4AL17ME418
2 Mr. RachitNayak 4AL17ME410
3 Mr. MohaseenFayad Khan 4AL17ME408
4 Mr. Rajnish Kumar Mishra 4AL17ME047
5 Mr. PavanInamdar 4AL17ME028
6 Mr. ChinmayGaremane 4AL16ME034
7 Mr. Bindu N.R 4AL17CV014
8 Mr. Bhagyashree A.K 4AL17CV010
9 Mr. Rakesh K.S 4AL17ME048
10 Mr. Gouthamkumar 4AL15ME032
11 Mr. AdityaRathore 4AL17ME005
12 Mr. Ashutosh R.S. 4AL17ME013
13 Mr. Karan H S 4AL17ME030
14 Mr. Purushotham N Gowda 4AL17ME043
15 Mr. SanketShetty 4AL17ME062
16 Mr. MusthakAhamad T .H 4AL17ME037
17 Mr. Shrivathsa H S 4AL17ME072
18 Mr. Gururaj P 4AL17ME023
19 Mr. NayanaNaik 4AL17CS053
20 Mr. SohanPoojary 4AL17ME078
21 Mr. Shivakumar K 4AL17ME080
22 Mr. Bharat N 4AL17ME401
11 Faculty
Sl. No Name (s) of the Teaching Faculty Designation Qualifications Photo
      UG PG Doctorate  
1. Dr. Peter Fernandes Principal & Professor A.M.I.E(ME) M.Tech,M.B.A Ph.D
2. Brig(Rtd) Ravindran K N Professor B.E M.Tech, M.I.E -
3. Dr.Harishanand.K.S Professor & HOD B.E M.Tech Ph.D
4. Prof. K. V. Suresh Professor B.E M.Tech, M.I.E (Ph.D)
5. Dr. Satyanarayan Sr.Associate Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D
6. Mr. Harish K Associate Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
7. Mr. Veerendra Kumar Associate Professor B.E M.Tech -
8. Mr. Sharathchandra Prabhu Associate Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
9. Mr.Shankarappa Kalgudi Associate Professor B.E M.Tech -
10. Mr. G.B. Vaggar Associate Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
11. Mr.Yogish Rao Associate Professor B.E M.Tech -
12. Mr. Hemanth Suvarna Associate Professor B.E M.Tech -
13. Mr .Suresh.P.S Sr. Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
14. Mr .Thivikram Prabhu Sr. Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
15. Mr. Sadashiv Bellubbi Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
16. Mr.Kiran C.H Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech,MCAD (Ph.D)
17. Mr. Pramod V Badyankal Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
18. Mr. Gopal Krishna U.B Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
19. Mr. Kumaraswamy.M.C Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
20. Mr. Deepak Kothari Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
21. Mr. Ganesh M.R. Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
22. Mr. Praveen K C Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
23. Mr. Shrinivas C S Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
24. Mr. Pramod Kumar N Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
25. Muddukrishna C Shetty Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
26. Shailesh Mahadev Golbavi Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
27. Mr. Madhu K.N Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
28. Mr. Sagar S Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
29. Mr. Keshavanth Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
30. Mr. Anish Augustine Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
31. Mr. Sreekanth M P Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
32. Mr. Abhijith S Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -
33. Mr. Sudheer P N Assistant Professor B.E M.Tech -