The main objective of this conference is to bring together leading Scientists, Researchers, Industrialists, Academicians and Engineering students from different universities, institutes and laboratories at one unique platform to share their experiences and exchange ideas focused on a wide range of subjects from the domain of Mechanical Engineering. Original contributions from Researchers, Academicians, Industry experts and Students addressing state-of-the art research and describing their original unpublished research work which is not currently under review by another conference or journal are invited to share their work in all the areas of Mechanical Engineering. The conference theme is divided into four main streams of Mechanical Engineering as follows. However, the sub-topics are not limited to those mentioned:
The Department of Mechanical Engineering came into being in the year 2001. At present it offers both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in various facets of Mechanical Engineering. The Department offers Master of Technology courses in Mechanical Engineering from the year 2011. Department has been recognized as Research Centre in Mechanical Engineering in the year 2012, under Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. The department also offers Bachelor of Vocational Course in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning since 2020. The department has varied laboratories, workshop facilities and a top-class Research centre with modern sophisticated equipment to carry out research in all areas related to Mechanical and Production Engineering. The faculty actively participates in sponsored research and consultancy work and maintains an appreciable rapport with industries.
Gramaudyogik Shikshan Mandal’s Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Aurangabad was established in 2001 and is part of MIT group of Academic and Research Institutes. MIT offers technical courses at diploma, UG, PG and Ph D level. With academic excellence of over 19 years, MIT is a prime institute carrying out research in various fields in and around the industrial city of Aurangabad, Maharashtra. The institute has been accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC in 2017. The institute has been ranked 87th in 2018 as per survey conducted by Outlook magazine for India’s top 100 Engineering colleges.
The institute offers technology education for: Undergraduate students in the following branches
Post-Graduate Courses in M. Tech.
Other Post-Graduate Course
PhD Research Centres
The institute has association with more than 300 companies for In-Plant Training for B. Tech Final year students in 8th semester and has experienced faculties, state-of-art laboratories, enriched library and sports facility.
The institute has established Centre of Excellences in Mechatronics, Analytical Research and Studies, Industry relevance in Polymer Science and Technology, Advanced Materials Research and Technology.
The historical city of Aurangabad is the fourth largest city in Maharashtra and most important city of Marathwada region. Aurangabad District lies on the Deccan plateau and is covered by the Deccan Traps. The city of Aurangabad is surrounded by world famous tourist destinations and heritage sites.
The Ajanta Caves are situated 107 km from Aurangabad city. They comprise 30 rock-cut caves around a gorge and were built by the Satavahana, Vakataka and Chalukya dynasties between the 2nd and 5th centuries CE. They contain various works of ancient Indian art, including paintings which are among the rarest and finest surviving examples of their era.
The Ellora Caves are 29 km from Aurangabad city. They consist of 34 caves built between the 5th and 10th centuries CE under the patronage of the Rashtrakuta Dynasty. They represent the epitome of Indian rock cut architecture. Like the Ajanta Caves, the Ellora Caves are also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Aurangabad Caves are 5 km from Aurangabad city. Nestled amidst the hills are 12 Buddhist caves dating back to 3 A.D. There are other places of tourist interest like
The Bibi Ka Maqbara which is the burial mausoleum of Emperor Aurangzeb's wife, Dilras Banu Begum. Which is an imitation of the Taj Mahal at Agra and is popularly known as the "Taj of the Deccan". Panchakki, which literally means "water mill", is a 17th-century water mill situated within the old city of Aurangabad. It is known for its underground channel, which carries water from hills over 8 km away, Salim Ali Lake & Bird Sanctuary are also other popular tourist destinations. The city of Aurangabad is known for its 52 gates and has been called the "City of Gates". These gates were built during Mughal era.
The city is known as the industrial hub as there are many renowned manufacturing industries located in various industrial areas like Bajaj, Skoda, Siemens, Videocon, Greeves Cotton, Libher, Endurance, Verroc etc.