DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

ABOUT

The Agricultural Engineering Department, established in the year 2001 as a specialised and special- purpose engineering application branch in the field of modern Indian agricultural operations. This is one of the high- value asset and commercially operating self-sustainable department in the Institute which approved by Department of Technical Education (DTE), Government of Maharashtra, AICTE New Delhi and affiliated to Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. It nurtures the students to become a professional agricultural and food engineers who will be addressing issues of ethical and social impacts of agricultural engineering. Department is consistently working through research & demonstration of innovative technologies of the verticals of soil-water conservation-irrigation-processing & harvesting technology for agriculture produce-farm power & mechanization-IoT-Controlled farming-food linkages to achieve the targets of doubling the farm income and standardization of living of farming dependent stakeholders and youth.

Department supports and participated in National Agriculture development programme & Sustainable agriculture programme of India. Department is having its own state-of-Art Microenterprise established in the year 2007 namely MIT-CARS (https://cars.mit.asia).MIT-CARS is one of the pioneered self-sustainable successful model among the Indian Academic & Research Institution which is recognized by Department of Agriculture, Central Pollution Control Board and accredited with NABL, ISO, OHSAS, DISR. It supports the research work of  Research scholars/scientists/teachers, ICAR  organizations, Government and private industries in the sector of Agriculture-Food-Environment-Pharma-Biotechnology-Organic farming. Department is actively involved in entrepreneurship development & mentorship programmes. It has undertaken funded research and consultancy projects from DST, BIRAC, MOFPI, and department of Agriculture. Department is having mobile soil laboratory funded by Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India which is actively working by students for extension activities in rural areas.

About the Department

Year of Establishment of Department

:

2001

Head of Department

:

Dr.Deepak Tryambak Bornare

Total No. of Labs

:

13

Total no of Classrooms

:

04

VISION

To achieve excellence in agricultural engineering education, by applying knowledge of agricultural and allied branches of engineering to develop professionally competent and socially committed engineers.

MISSION

To impart quality education and training in the field of agricultural engineering by providing conducive environment for teaching-learning and innovation to face emerging technological and social challenges.

Department of Agricultural Engineering

Dr. D. T. Bornare

Head of Department

HoD Office: Room no.  205B,

Department of Agricultural Engineering

Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Aurangabad

Landline no: 0240-2375280/330

Email: hodagri.mitt@mit.asia

Mon – Sat 10:15A.M. – 5:15P.M.

 

MESSAGE FROM HOD

Dear Students
Agriculture is the backbone of India and which generates direct and indirect opportunities of employment. With the recent alignment of Indian scenario i.e. “Sustainable Agriculture” is possible only through agricultural mechanization, power irrigation system, precision agriculture, value addition of products, use of renewable energy sources. Considering all these required expectations by India’s growing population hunger, we added all these technologies practically. Commercially in our four year sandwich curriculum, there are having objectives to create a great quality force i.e. “Bachelor of Technology in Agricultural Engineering and Master of Technology in Food Processing Technology” to accept such challenge.

Dr. Deepak T. Bornare
Head of Department
Department of Agricultural Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEO 1 : Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of innovative technologies needed for the practice of agricultural
engineering

PEO 2 : Graduates will develop skills necessary to design the process to evaluate and implement problem solutions of agriculture

PEO 3 : Graduates will develop continuous professional and technical growth so as to be licensed as a professional engineer and successful leader

PEO 4 : Graduates will be capable of addressing issues of ethical and social impact of engineering practice

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

PO1:

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

PO2:

Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first of mathematics, natural science 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 the public health and safety and the cultural ,societal and environmental considerations.

PO4:

Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use 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 modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6:

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.

PO7:

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.

PO8:

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

PO9:

Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary 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 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.

PO12:

Life-Long Learning : Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

PSO 1: Use his/her expertise in planning the judicious utilization of natural resources and their management through advanced soil and water conservation techniques and various irrigation methods with the skill of data interpretation.

PSO 1: Design and develop of farm implement and stead with economically feasible, agro and energy technologies for sustainable agriculture

PSO 3: Apply the comprehensive knowledge of engineering properties of agricultural produce for upgrading the unit operation resulting in effective value addition and quality control

MoU DETAILS

Sr. No.

Department

Year

MOU with

Purpose of MOU

1.

Agricultural Engineering

2015

His-Highness Hon Governor, Maharashtra State

Mobile soil testing laboratory

2.

Agricultural Engineering

2015

ELICO, Ltd Hyderabad

Research and training

3.

Agricultural Engineering

2017

National Pomegranate research center Sholapur

Research and training

4.

Agricultural Engineering

2018

SAGE, Mumbai

Providing Analytical Facilities

5.

Agricultural Engineering

2018

SBES, Aurangabad

Research and training

6.

Agricultural Engineering

2018

J. P. Enterprises

Providing Analytical Facilities

7.

Agricultural Engineering

2019

Aurangabad Milk Cooperative Society Limited

Provide Training

8.

Agricultural Engineering

2019

Jain Spices and Agro Products

Provide Training

EVENTS ORGANIZED

Date

Class

Title  of workshop

Expert

Level

28 June 2020 to 04 July 2020

Online FDP on Waste to Bioenergy

National

8, 9 August 2019

 

Agriculture in Distress: Is solar the solution

Dr. D.T. Bornare,  MIT-CARS, Aurangabad

Regional Meeting

7 July 2018

 

Total Participants: 47

FDP Statistical Techniques in Data Analysis

Dr. D.G. Regulwar, GECA Aurangabad

Institute

22 February 2018

FY/SY M.Tech FPT

Total Participants: 200

One day workshop on Food Safety

Mrs. S.S. Jalgaonkar Consultant Pune

Dr. S.D. Ratnaparkhe

State

25, 26 April 2017

B. Tech

IoT workshop

Mr. Manoj Thakur, Maven Technology

National

7, 8 April 2017

FY/SY M.Tech FPT

Total Participants: 75

National Conference on Advanced Trends in Agricultural and Food Engineering

Dr. Gopal Shinde, Assist. Professor, Parbhani

 

National

16 October 2017

Total Participants: 100

World Food Day

AFSTI, Mysuru Pelican Equipments, Chennai

Institute

14, 15 March 2016

Total Participants: 34

Statistical Data Analysis

Dr. J.S. Dhekale, Dr. BSKKV, Dapoli, Ratnagiri

Institute

DEPARTMENT ACHIEVEMENTS

1. Agricultural Engineering Laboratory Got Accreditation from NABL
2. Got Accreditation from ISO & OSHAS
3. Got State level Laboratory grade by Department of Agriculture ,Govt.of Maharashtra
4. Got Recognition from Central Pollution control Board, New Delhi
5. Dr.Deepak Bornare received Government Analyst Recognition by CPCB through Gazette notification
6. Dr.Deepak Bornare Received PhD from IIT, Bombay
7. Dr.Dipak Jadhav Received Young Engineers award by Institution of Engineers, Kolkata

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

Sr. No.

Department

Name of Activity

Organized By

Name of Student

Class

Prize/

Award

Year

1.

Agricultural Engineering

Techshetra-2015 Paper 

1. Ms. Suvanramala pagare 

2. Mr.Akshay Lokhande 

TY

2015-16

2.

Agricultural Engineering

kalavihangam 2015 

MIT, Aurangabad

1.Mr.Gaurav kale 

2.Mr.Vinayak Katkar 

TY

First Prize

2014-15

3.

Agricultural Engineering

Techshetra 2015

Mr. Sachin Mote 

TY

2014-15

4.

Agricultural Engineering

SPREE-2015  

Birla institute of technology Goa

Mr.Dhananjay Watpade 

TY

2014-15

5.

Agricultural Engineering

Avishkar – 2018

Dr. BAMU

Sanjay Bhambaniya

B. Tech.

Second Rank

2018

INDUSTRY VISITS

Year

Name of Organization/ industry

Class

No of Students visited

Date

2016-17

Visit to Mahananda dairy plant, Aurangabad

SY,TY B.Tech

25

17/09/2016

Visit to Kubota Tractors, Aurangabad

SY,TY B.Tech

45

5/10/2016

Four Faculty member visited Agriculture Technology Exhibition at Ayodhyanagar at Aurangabad

 

04

26/12/2016

Visit to Krushik Exhibition at Baramati

SY,TY B.Tech

29

21/01/2017

Visit to TAkali Farm

SY,TY B.Tech

30

24/01/2017

Visit to Mahananda dairy plant, Aurangabad

SY,TY B.Tech

25

17/09/2016

2017-18

Industrial visit to Jain Irrigation, Systems limited, Jalgoan.

 

SY,TY B.Tech

24

23rd, February, 2018

 

Visit to MGM food processing plant

 

SY,TY B.Tech

35

14th, Sept, 2017

 

Water & Land Management Institute

 

SY,TY B.Tech

35

19-08-2017

 

Visit to Ralegan Siddhi

 

SY,TY B.Tech

40

19th , July 2017

 

Industrial visit to Jain Irrigation, Systems limited, Jalgoan.

 

SY,TY B.Tech

36

23rd, February, 2018

 

Visit to MGM food processing plant

 

FY, SY, Mtech

18

14th, Sept, 2017

 

J.B Gramvikas Sanstha, Dongaon, Lasur Station

SY,TY

 

7 April 2017

2018-19

WALMI Campus, Aurangabad

SY

15

10/09/2018

Kubota tractor workshop

SY

14

28th 2018,September

to 9th International Micro Irrigation Conference and Exhibition,Aurangabad

SY,TY

09

16-18 Jan,2019

to Maha-Agro State level exhibition,Aurangabad

Sy,TY

20

 Feb-2019

MIT Takali Farm,Aurangabad

SY,TY

18

March 2019

STUDENT SUCCESS IN COMPETITIVE EXAMS

GATE  Qualified Students

Year:2017-18

S.no

Name of Student

Score/ Rank

1

Yuvraj Dhiwar

137

2

Alethea Warjari

150

 

Year:2018-19

S.no

Name of Student

Score/ Rank

1

Sweta Korram

277

2.

Akshay Chavan

372