WE The “Team Workshop”

Workshop practice is the backbone of the real industrial environment which helps to develop and enhance relevant technical hand skills required by the technician working in the various engineering industries and workshops. Our workshop intends to impart basic knowledge of how to handle various tools, power tools, machine tools and their use in different sections of manufacturing. Irrespective of branch, the use of workshop practices in day to day industrial as well domestic life helps to dissolve the real life problems. The workshop experiences would help to build the understanding of the complexity of the industrial job, along with time and skills requirements of the job. Workshop curriculum builds the hands on experiences which would help to learn manufacturing processes and production technology courses in successive semesters. Workshop practice is also important since only practice can make the man perfect. The students are advised to undergo each skill experience with remembrance, understanding and application with special emphasis on attitude of enquiry to know why and how for the various instructions and practices imparted to them in each shop.  Institute has established five instruction shops to learn and practices wide range of manufacturing processes. A resource in the workshop not only helps to complete engineering syllabus practical but also supports to undertake under graduate projects, creative competitive working models manufacturing to the graduate and research projects of social and industrial relevance. Workshop supports in adding creativity and in-house creation like U Table, Worktable, Stool Display and Notice Board for institute and along this project support for students.

Workshop activity is going to run under Department of Mechanical engineering headed by Dr. C. D. Mohod and presently incharge of workshop is Prof. Sandip S. Patil with core workshop team of five pillars Mr.G.D.Gadilohar, Mr.B.T.Khairnar, Mr.S.M.Kele, Mr.A.M.Sangale & Mr.K.R.Lokhande

Organization Chart

Dr. N.G.Nikam

Principal

Dr. C.D. Mohod

Head, Mechanical Engg. Dept.

Mr. S. S. Patil 

Workshop Superintendant and Asst. Prof. (ME)

Mr. G. D. Gadilohar Instructor, Carpentry Shop
Mr. S. M. Kele Instructor, Machine Shop
Mr. B. T. Khairnar Instructor, Welding Shop
Mr. R. R. Ingole Helper
Mr. G. D. Sonawane
Helper

LIST OF STAFF MEMBERS

(WORKSHOP) 

Sr. No. Name of Staff Designation Qualification Experience (Yrs)
1 Dr. C.D.Mohod HOD Mechanical PhD 24
1 Mr. Sandip S.Patil Workshop Superintendant and Asst. Prof. (ME) M.E.  M.B. A. 11
2 Mr. Ganesh D. Gadilohar Instructor (Carpentry) I.T.I.(Carpentry), NCTVT 13
3 Mr. Sachine. M. Kele Instructor (Machine Shop) I.T.I.(Turner), NCTVT 13
4 Mr. Bapusaheb T. Khairnar Instructor (Welding) I.T.I.(Welder), NCTVT 10
5 Mr. Ratnadeep R. Ingole Helper HSC 2
6 Mr. Ganesh D. Sonawane Helper HSC 1

Lab Use Instructions

Do’s.

  1. Always wear closed-toe shoes in the shop. Shoes will help to protect your feet from injury. Leather shoes are preferred when welding.
  2. Eye protection is essential. Always wear safety glasses when working or cleaning tools. It will help to protect eyes from dust & rays during welding.
  3. Remove or secure anything that might get caught in moving machinery.
  4. Keep your hands away from sharp tools.
  5. Working area should be well ventilated.
  6. If you are unsure about the safe operation of a tool or any aspect of a job ask for help.
  7. Clean up after yourself, before you leave the shop. Leave 10-15 min for cleanup.

Don’ts.

  1. Never work alone. Atleast two adults when power tools are being used.
  2. Never work when you are impaired i.e. too tired/stressed.
  3. If you cannot do a job safely in this shop, don’t do it.
  4. Don’t work without apron and other safety wears & equipments.
  5. Do not run in the workshop, you could ‘bump’ into another pupil and cause an accident.
  6. Do not play with any machines.

RULES

  1.  Take permission before to work in workshop and do work under the instructor’s observation.
  2. Use of apron, shoes (preferably leather shoes) and eye protection are mandatory in workshop.
  3. Wear short sleeve shirts, if possible, or shirts with snugly fitting cuffs if long sleeve.
  4. Remove tie, I-card wrist watches, necklaces, chains and other jewellery.
  5. Tie back long hair and use glows if required.
  6. Always double check to make sure your work is securely clamped in the chuck or between centres before starting the machine.
  7. Get in the habit of removing the chuck key immediately after use
  8. Keep your fingers safe from rotating work and cutting tools. Do not clean the burrs with your hands, use a hook, brush, or pliers to remove them.
  9. Power off machine when not in use.
  10. Maintain cleanliness and neatness in workshop. Remove tool bits from the tool post and drill chuck before cleaning.
  11. Keep tools in place and clean your hands after work.
Sr. no. Photo Shop Name
1

Machine Shop

Area: 205.67Sq. m

Equipment cost: Rs.25,83,940.55 /-

Utilization of lab:  (Hours/week)

Sem I– 14 Hour/Week

Sem II–28 Hour/Week

2

Welding Shop 

Area:52.5Sq. m

Equipment cost: Rs.3,76,270 /-

Utilization of lab: (Hours/week)

Sem I–20Hour/Week

Sem II–00Hour/Week

3

Carpentry shop

Area: 59.25 Sq. M

Equipment cost: Rs.99,890 /-

Utilization of lab: (Hours/week)

Sem I–20Hour/Week

Sem II–00Hour/Week

4

Fitting Shop

Area: 53.96 Sq. m

Equipment cost: Rs.1,25,729 /-

Utilization of lab: (Hours/week)

Sem I –20Hour/Week

Sem II –00Hour/Week

5

Tin-Smithy Shop

Area: 41.80Sq. m

Equipment cost: Rs.1,42,993.24 /-

Utilization of lab: (Hours/week)

Sem I– 20Hour/Week

Sem II–26Hour/Week

(with plastic moulding)

6

CNC Shop

Area:34.65 Sq. m

Equipment cost: Rs.22,73,098/-

Utilization of lab: (Hours/week)

Sem I– 00Hour/Week

Sem II–14 Hour/Week

Engineering Workshop

Utilization Shop wise Semester I 

Sr. No Shop Name  

FE

 

SE Mechanical Engineering TE Mechanical Engineering Total
1 Machine Shop 14 Hours 14 Hours
2 Welding Shop 20Hours 20Hours
3 Carpentry shop 20Hours —- 20Hours
4 Fitting Shop 20Hours 20Hours
5 Tin-Smithy Shop 20Hours 20Hours
6 CNC Shop

 Engineering Workshop

Utilization Shop wise Semester II

Sr. No Shop Name  

FE

 

SE Mechanical Engineering TE Mechanical Engineering Total
1 Machine Shop 18 Hours 10 Hours 28 hours
2 Welding Shop
3 Carpentry shop
4 Fitting Shop
5 Tin-Smithy Shop & Moulding 26Hours (including Moulding ) 26Hours
6 CNC Shop 14 Hours 14 Hours

 

Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana for Technical Institute

PMKVY-TI CELL 2018-19 

The Government of India’s Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship and AICTE has launched the new skill training scheme Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY). Under this scheme Guru Gobind Singh Foundation’s Guru Gobind Singh College of Engineering and Research Centre (GCOERC) completed training of more than 130 students till 2017-18 and also got approval for new eight courses for year 2018-19, which has been started from 10th of Nov.2018.  These courses have no fees and no age constraints. Placement support also provided for students who successfully completed the course.

Chairman                        :   Permindur Singh (CEO, GGSF)

Vice Chairman                :   Dr. Neelkanth G. Nikam  (Principal, GCOERC)

Nodal Officer                   :  Mr. Sandip S. Patil (Asst. Professor ME)

Chief Financial Officer   :  Mr. Vilas Bhavsar

Finance Officer                :  Mr. Nilesh Thorat

Data Entry Operator      :   Mrs. Sarika Deore/Ms. Sampada Bhanose  

Nodal Assistant                :  Mr. G.D.Gadilohar

Sr. No. Name of QP Name of

Sector

Intake seat Sanction Minimum Qualification Trade Coordinator
(Lecture )
Trade Coordinator
(Practical)
1 CNC Programmer Capital Goods 25 Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Mr. Gavali Vidyasagar Mr. S.M.Kele
2 Draughtsman – Mechanical Capital Goods 25 10th Standard Mr. Pritam Kudale Mrs Vaishali Avhad
3 Manual Metal Arc Welding/Shielded Metal Arc Welding Welder Capital Goods 25 8th standard Mr. K. V. Dhande Mr. B.T.Khairnar
4 Solar Panel Installation Technician Electronics & Hardware 25 10th Pass Mrs. Sapana P. Sonar Mr. Bhimrao Dabhade
5 Field Technician – Computing and Peripherals Electronics & Hardware 25 10th Pass Mrs. Pradnya Bachav Mr. Mukesh Amritkar
6 Construction Laboratory & Field Technician Construction 25 Preferably 10th standard Mr. S.R.Bhutada Mr. T.Wahule
7 Store Assistant -Construction Construction 25 Preferably 10th standard Mr. D.O.Bhavar Mr.A.R.Avhad
8 Assistant Surveyor Construction 25 Preferably 5th standard Mr. P.B.Shinde Mrs.T.A.Kulkarni

Batch Details

Batch Name of Trade Sector Skill Council Intake Students Enrolled
2016-17 Lathe Operator Automotive 25 15
Welding technician L3 Automotive 25 08
2017-18 Lathe Operator Automotive 25 25
Welding technician L4 Automotive 20 20
Welding and Quality Technician Automotive 15 15
Assistant Surveyor Construction 25 25
Draughtsman  Mechanical Capital Goods 25 24
2018-19 CNC Programmer Capital Goods 25 25
Draughtsman – Mechanical Capital Goods 25 25
Manual Metal Arc Welding/Shielded Metal Arc Welding Welder Capital Goods 25 25
Solar Panel Installation Technician Electronics & Hardware 25 25
Field Technician – Computing and Peripherals Electronics & Hardware 25 25
Construction Laboratory & Field Technician Construction 25 25
Store Assistant -Construction Construction 25 25
Assistant Surveyor Construction 25 25