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Department of Mechanical Engineering

About the Department

The Department was established in the year 2009, affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, with the motive of inculcating high moral values and discipline among students for overall development. The Department has well experienced faculties and equipped with state of the art facilities and laboratories in order to foster the growth of students.

The Department is recognized as Research Centre by VTU during 2018-19. The Faculties of the Department are actively involved in research and consultancy works in the areas of Composite Materials, Fuels & Lubricants, Energy Systems Engineering and Renewable Energy

HOD’s Message

Dr. Kuldeep B
Head of the Department

Warm greetings from the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The college has been simply unstoppable in its progress as it has been actively involved in various activities that have brought to light the hidden talents of the college students and staff. Mechanical engineering is a professional core engineering discipline, involving the design, production and maintenance of any product in any industry. The pride of every student and faculty member will come from his department and college.

Our department has a team of highly qualified and experienced faculty, good infrastructure and laboratory facilities. It creates a favorable atmosphere and allows students to make the most of existing advanced equipment and first-class infrastructure.  We always work under the slogan & quot; Nothing can be achieved without real effort & quot; the core values of the department help students develop their personality and to make them worthy of global competition and action. Our faculties constantly attend various training programs, and publish papers, books and file patents. Many are pursuing research. Our department holds seminars / conferences to keep teachers and students abreast with the latest developments in the field of technical education. We are excited to share that many students pursue postgraduate studies at leading universities in India and abroad. I am sure that our students will prove that they are invaluable assets of an organization.

Vision

  • To become center of excellence in education and research, providing students with a well rounded education in Mechanical Engineering for the betterment of society.

Mission

  • To provide the students with the fundamental knowledge necessary for a successful career in mechanical engineering.
  • To empower students for higher education and active research development to contribute to the engineering profession and society.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO’S)

The graduates of Mechanical engineering program of Rajeev Institute of Technology should be able to attain the following at the time of graduation.

  • The ability to create novel materials, mechanical systems, and processes using a multidisciplinary approach that is beneficial to society.
  • Through various courses, projects, and internships, gain practical and hands-on exposure to various Mechanical tools, control methods, equipment, and simulation software.
 
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO’S)

The program educational objectives are the statements that describe the expected achievements of graduates within first few years of their graduation from the program. The program educational objectives of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering at Rajeev Institute of Technology can be broadly defined as,

  • Successful professional careers as mechanical engineers with a sound knowledge of current technology with a focus on research and innovation.
  • An ability to embrace professional and ethical attitude with awareness of societal impact
  • Graduate shall be pursuing advanced education, engage in multi-disciplinary research activities & zeal for lifelong learning.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduation students of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering program at Rajeev Institute of Technology will attain the following program outcomes in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and specialization in Mechanical Engineering for the solution of complex engineering problems
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences
  • 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 public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the 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
  • 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 environment.
  •  Life-long 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
Courses


ProgramLeading toDuration Intake
Mechanical EngineeringBE(ME)4 years30

 

Class Incharge Details
YearIn-charge nameMail IDPhone
Second YearPavan Kumar KKkkpavankumar1987@gmail.com9986720547
Third YearRajashekar G. Sannamanirgsannamani@gmail.com9164685101
Fourth YearDr. Kuldeep BKuldeepb.deep@rithassan.ac.in8105734073

INFRASTRUCTURE

Department Facilities

 

Staff Facilities

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has well-furnished Staff Rooms. Each Staff member is provided with a cubical with LAN connection. Also, the Staff room is equipped with the Computing Systems with internet Connections. A separate lounge is provided for Departmental meetings and Discussions.

Student Facilities

The Department has State of the art infrastructure in order to foster the needs of Students. All the laboratories are well equipped with latest and modern tools and equipment’s.

The class rooms contain modern teaching Aids like Overhead Projectors along with conventional Chalk and talk for Teaching and Learning.

A Separate Project lab is provided in order to carry out the project work by the students with the basic facilities.

Departmental Library

The departmental library is started with an idea to cater the needs of the students to enhance their knowledge by providing more additional books for their reference.

At present the Department library comprises more than 600 volumes of various disciplines in the Mechanical Engineering.

Laboratory

Computer Aided Engineering Drawing/ Computer Aided Machine Drawing Lab

This lab is well designed to handle 67 students at a time and is having 20kV UPS which gives eight hours back up. Each system in the lab is provided graphics card with licensed version of Solid Edge-ST modelling software with 60 users. The lab is equipped with printers and LCD projector with LAN facility to give demonstrations.

Machine Shop

In Machine Shop students learn various processes of metal removal from the raw material using different kind of machines like Lathe Machines, Shaping Machines, Milling Machines, and Grinding Machine etc.

The Machine Shop is facilitated with 15 Conventional Lathe Machines, All Geared Lathe Machine, Three Shaping Machines, Two Milling Machines, Grinding Machine, and Power Hack Saw Machine. A large working area is provided for convenient movement of students within the laboratory.

Foundry & Forging Lab

The lab is built in the large floor area with good ventilation and is equipped with Open Hearth Furnaces and Anvils to prepare the forging components. A part of the lab is also allotted for preparing the sand moulds using different patterns like Single Plate, Match Plate, Split Pattern and Pelton wheel cup.

Lab is also facilitated to conduct various sand tests like Mould Hardness, Sieve Analysis, Permeability Test, Moisture Content, Compression and Shear strength and Clay Content test.

 

Material Testing Lab

In this lab students learn about material testing using various Modern testing Machines.

Major equipments include Vickers Hardness, Brinell Hardness and Rockwell testing machines, Impact Testing Machine, Torsion Testing Machine, Wear Testing Machine, Magnetic Crack detector, Ultra Sonic flaw detector, Single disc Polishing Machine, Die penetrate tester , Metallographic inverted microscope, Universal Testing Machine – 60T capacity.

Mechanical Measurements & Metrology Lab

The students of Mechanical science must have an awareness of various Measuring and Inspection devices.  The right selection and proper use of the instruments is the fundamental aspect.

In any engineering industry it is necessary to calibrate any equipment with reference to a standard mode. In this connection the Mechanical Measurement lab is equipped with to calibrate pressure gauge, LVDT, Thermocouple, Measurement of young’s modulus and Load Cell.

The lab is also a facilitated with standard equipment like to Measure Surface Roughness, Gear Tooth parameter, Measurement of Tapered Angle using Sine Bar & Sine Center, Measurement of acute angle using Bevel Protractor and Autocollimator and Measure various Gear Tooth parameters using Tool Maker’s Microscope and Profile Projector. To check the accuracy of Vernier Callipers, Micrometres using standard set of Slip Gauges.

 

Energy Conversion Engineering Lab

The Energy Conversion Laboratory provides facilities for undergraduate teaching experiments as well as research work for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

This is a superior laboratory which emphasizes understanding of the operating principles of some of the component devices that are encountered in engines, power plants, and heating systems as well as experimental measurement, analysis, and reporting techniques.  Students will build on their fundamental knowledge of Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Transfer in analyzing the operating characteristics of real engines and heat exchangers.

Teaching experiments on Abel Pensky and Marten’s Apparatus Flash & Fire point Apparaters, Bomb Calorimeter, Boy’s gas Calorimeter, Viscometers (3 Nos), Planimeter, Four Stroke single cylinder Diesel Engine, Multi Cylinder Petrol Engine, Two Stroke Petrol Engine and Variable Compression Ratio I.C. Engine.

Fluid Mechanics & Machines Lab

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery lab focuses on the basic field of fluid mechanics and fluid machineries.

The lab equipped with well experimental set up to measure and understands the basic principles of Fluid Mechanics such as Friction Loss through pipes, Minor Losses like Bends, Sudden expansion and Contraction in a pipe, Coefficient of Discharge of various Flow Meters such as Orifice Meter, Nozzle Meter,Venturi-meter and different shape Notches. The lab also equipped with Sound Fluid Machinery such as Francis Turbine Test Rig, PeltonWheel Test Rig, Single stage Centrifugal Pump,Reciprocating Test Rig, Multi-stage Reciprocating andAir Compressor test rig.

 

Heat & Mass Transfer Lab

The lab makes a significant place in UG & PG course where the students also undergo in basics of Thermal Engineering and Energy Transfer. The lab allows the student to carry out experiments in all the three modes (i.e. Conduction, Convection & Radiation) of heat transfer which includes a set of experiments in each mode, which includes experiment in heat transfer through Metals, Composites, Refrigeration and Air conditioning. The lab gives a clear and systematic knowledge of the subject as they perform each experiment individually, as it includes all the experimental setups required.

Major equipments include Thermal Conductivity of Metal rod apparatus, Heat Transfer coefficient composite wall apparatus, Heat Transfer through Natural convection, Forced convection, through Pin Fin apparatus, Emissivity Measurement apparatus, Steafan Boltzman Apparatus, Parallel Flow And Counter Flow Heat Exchange Apparatus, Drop and Film Condensation Apparatus, Transient Conduction Heat Transfer Apparatus, Vapour Compression refrigeration Test rig and Vapour Compression Air Conditioning Test Rig.

Design Lab

In order to achieve this objective the students have to be taught certain skills that are required to perform competent mechanical design. These skills include: writing statements of functions, establishing criteria for evaluating proposed design, making decisions, etc.

Major Experimental Equipments includes Photo Elastic Bench (Circular Polariscope), Journal Bearing Equipment, Vibration Equipments:(Longitudinal & Torsional with log decrement units), Balancing of rotating mass equipment, Universal governor unit, Whirling of shaft equipment, Gyroscope (Motorised), Rosette strain gauge equipment and Stresses on curved beam.

Computer Aided Modeling & Analysis Lab

The lab is well designed to handle 40 students at a time and is having 10 kVA UPS which gives eight hours back up. Lab is provided with Modeling & Analysis software such as ANSYS-14 is used by students & faculty to carry out academic & project related work. The lab is equipped with printers and LCD projector with LAN facility to give demonstrations 39 Nos Computer with graphic card, Licensed version of ANSYS 14 for 25 Users and one wall mounted LCD Projector with screen.

CIM & Automation Lab

The lab is well designed to handle 40 students at a time and is having 10 kVA UPS which gives eight hours back up. Lab is provided with CADEM ANSYS software is used by students & faculties to carry out academic & project related works. CADEM provides simulation on CNC Turning & Milling. CADEM Encyclopedia educates the students about working of Turning & Milling Machines. The lab is equipped with printers and LCD projector with LAN facility to give demonstrations.

Project Lab

Project lab is used by the final year students to fabricate their projects. The facilities Fitting, Welding and Sheet metal work. Various equipment and Engineering tools are provided in this lab.

Major equipments include Bench vices, Leg vice, Fitting tools, Arc welding Machine and Sheet metal work tools.

Student Learning Centric details(2022-2023)


Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLaboratory ManualLab Videos
1Transform Calculus, Fourior Series21MAT31Mr.Somashekar MLinkLinkLink
2Metal Casting, Welding & Joining Process21ME32Mr.Vinay LLinkLinkLink
3Material Science & Engineering21ME33Mr.Anand H RLinkLinkLinkLink
4Thermodynamics 21ME34Mr.Hanoca PLinkLinkLink
5Machine Drawing and GD&T  21MEL35Mr.Rajeev K TLinkLinkLink
6Complex Analysis, Probability & Linear Programming21ME41Santosh B B
7Machining Science, Jigs & Fixtures21ME42Anand H RLinkLinkLinkLink
8Fluid Mechanics21ME43Hanoca PLinkLinkLinkLink
9Mechanics of Materials21ME44Kuldeep BLinkLinkLink
10Biology for Engineers21BE45Rajashekar B SannmaniLinkLinkLink
11Mechanical Measurements & Metrology Lab 21ME46Rajashekar B SannmaniLinkLinkLink
12Management and Economics18ME51Pavan Kumar K KLinkLinkLinkLink
13Design of Machine Elements-I18ME52Anand H RLinkLinkLink
14Dynamics of Machines18ME53Kuldeep BLinkLinkLinkLink
15Turbo Machines18ME54Rajeev K TLinkLinkLink
16Fluid Power Engineering18ME55Pavan Kumar K KLinkLinkLink
17Operations Management18ME56Hanoca PLinkLinkLinkLink
18Fluid Mechanics/Machines lab18MEL57Hanoca PLinkLinkLink
19Energy Conversion Lab18MEL58Rajeev K TLinkLinkLink
20Finite Element Methods18ME61Dharanesh O HLinkLinkLink
21Design of Machine Elements II18ME62Anand H RLinkLinkLink
22Heat Transfer18ME63Rajeev K TLinkLinkLinkLink
23Non-Traditional Machining18ME641Vinay LLinkLinkLinkLink
24Occupational Health & Safety18CV653Manjunath H SLinkLinkLink
25Heat Transfer Lab18MEL66Pavan Kumar K KLinkLinkLink
26CAMA lab18MEL67RajashekarLinkLinkLink
27Control Engineering18ME71Kuldeep BLinkLinkLinkLink
28Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing18ME72Vinay LLinkLinkLinkLink
29Total Quality Management18ME73Dharanesh O HLinkLinkLinkLink
30Mechatronics18ME74Anand H RLinkLinkLink
31 Electrical Energy Conservation and Auditing18EE754Hanoca PLinkLinkLinkLink
32Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab18MEL76Dharanesh O H, Vinay LLinkLinkLink
33Design Lab18MEL77Kuldeep BLinkLinkLink
34Energy Engineering18ME81Rajeev K TLinkLinkLinkLink
35Automobile Engineering18ME824Kuldeep BLinkLinkLinkLink

ACHIEVEMENTS

Faculty Achievements

Staff Publication

Publication in Journals

Conferences

International National International
13 1 30

 

Staff Recognition

  1. Kuldeep B, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering is awarded with Ph.D in the field of Composite Materials under the guidance of Dr. Ravi Kumar K P and Dr. Pradeep S in the year 2021.
  2. Kuldeep B, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering is awarded for “Best Teacher” in the year 2023
  3. Kuldeep B Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering is recognised as a research supervisor for VTU in the year 2023.

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

Our Student ANUP PUDASAINI of batch 2019-2023 has secured VTU

2nd Rank with a CGPA of 9.55 and also received an award of institute topper in the year 2022-23

Toppers List 2022-23

YEAR

CGPA USN

NAME

2nd 9.17 4RA21ME004 INCHARA D
9.00 4RA21ME004 INCHARA D
3rd 8.12 4RA21ME405 HARSHA BS
8.67 4RA20ME005 SATHWIK M J
4th 9.4 4RA19ME004 ANUP PUDASAINI
9.5 4RA19ME004 ANUP PUDASAINI

 

Toppers List 2021-22

YEAR

CGPA USN

NAME

2nd 8.54 4RA21ME405 HARSHA BS
8.46 4RA20ME005 SATHWIK M J
3rd 8.96 4RA19ME004 ANUP PUDASAINI
9.04 4RA19ME003 ANIJ ANGDEMBE
4th 9.00 4RA19ME402 ARPITHA S R
9.67 4RA19ME403 AVINASH D D

 

Toppers List 2020-21

YEAR CGPA USN

NAME

2nd 9.36 4RA19ME004 ANUP PUDASAINI
10 4RA19ME004 ANUP PUDASAINI
3rd 9.5 4RA19ME004 ANUP PUDASAINI
8.64 4RA19ME426 PRADEEPA D C
4th 9.00 4RA17ME023 JOYSON DSOUZA
9.65  4RA17ME011 DEEKSHITH N M

 

Toppers List 2019-20

YEAR CGPA USN

NAME

2nd 9 4RA18ME042 SHARANYA D Y
9 4RA18ME042 SHARANYA D Y
3rd 9.42 4RA17ME023 JOYSON DSOUZA
10.00 4RA17ME023 JOYSON DSOUZA
4th 8.83  4RA17ME407 GOPISHREE C
9.65 4RA14ME045 KHADEER AFRIDI

 

Best Projects 2022-23

USN Student Name Title

Guide

4RA17ME068 Mr. VARUN S. R “Product Development of Weight Lifting

Exoskeleton For Soldiers”

Mr.Dharanesh O H
4RA19ME010 Mr. KARTHIK A. S
4RA19MEO13 Mr. MAHADEVASWAMY M. J
4RA19ME014 Mr. MANOJ G. C
 
4RA18ME007 Mr. DEEKSHITH Y.R “INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR SUICIDE

PREVENTION CEILING FAN”

Mr.Dharanesh O H
4RA18MEO15 Mr. KIRAN KUMAR H.L
4RA18MEO19 Mr. MANDEEP J
4RA20ME405 Mr. GURU PRASAD C.B

 

Best Projects 2021-22

USN

Student Name Title

Guide

4RA17ME029 Mr. LEKHAN B. C Extraction of water from air Mr. Anand H R
4RA18ME025 Mr. MOHAN H. R
4RA18ME027 Mr. NISHAN S
4RA18MEO50 Mr. YASHWANTH B
 
4RA19ME407 Mr. CHARAN G.S Fabrication of Multipurpose agricultural vehicle by rocker bogie mechanism Mr. Vinay L
4RA19ME408 Mr. NITHIN H. P
4RA19ME423 Mr. DILEEP S.B
4RA19ME425 Mr. MOHANSURYA C. S

 

Best Projects 2020-21

USN Student Name Title

Guide

4RA18ME400 ABHILASH Gesture control Robotic Arm  Mr.KK Pavan Kumar
4RA18ME401 ABHISHEK GOWDA B N
4RA18ME407 GOWTHAM B M
4RA18ME408 DUSHYANTH K S
 
4RA17ME067 V DARSHAN Development of Ragi Mudde making Vessel Mr.Rajeev KT
4RA17ME069 VISHWATH M S
4RA17ME070 YASHWANTH N.
4RA17ME071 YATHISH B D

 

Best Projects 2019-2020

USN

Student Name Title

Guide

4RA15ME033 HARSHA U A Design and Fabrication of Onion De-topping and Sorting Machine Mr.Muruli AS
4RA15ME035 HARSHITH C
4RA15ME042 LATHESH H P
4RA15ME043 LOKESH B K
 
4RA15ME027 CHARAN P M Laser Guided Firing Gun and fire extinguisher use in unmanned vehicle Mr.Muruli A S
4RA15ME029 DAKSHATH D
4RA15ME048 MANOHAR M V
4RA15ME050 MANU D C

 

Sports Achievements
  • RIT Men Cricket teams actively participated in Men Cricket Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Cricket Tournament 2022-23 organized by PESITM, Shivamoga.from 13th to 15th March 2023.
  • RIT Men Volleyball teams actively participated in Men Volleyball Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Volleyball Tournament 2022-23 organized by AIT, Chikkamagaluru from 18th to 19th March 2023.
  • RIT Men Football teams actively participated in Men Football Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Football Tournament 2022-23 organized by JNNCE, Shivamoga.from 05th to 06th Dec 2022.
  • RIT M/W Athletic teams actively participated in M/W Athletic Meet organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Inter Collegiate 23Rrd Athletic Meet 2021-22 organized by SJCIT, Chikkaballapura from 27th to 30th june 2022.
  • RIT Men Swimming athlete actively participated in Men Swimming Championship organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Inter Zone Men Swimming Championship 2021-22 organized by JYOTY IT BANGALURE from 15th Dec 2021.
  • RIT Men Volleyball in the VTU Inter Collegiate Central Karnataka Zone Men Volleyball Tournament 2021-22 at SIT, TUMKUR from 31st NOV to 1st Dec 2021.
  • RIT Men volleyball Team actively participated in Men volleyball Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Inter Collegiate Central Karnataka Zone Men Volleyball Tournament 2021-22 organized by SIT, TUMKUR from 31st NOV to 1st Dec 2021
  • RIT Men Cricket teams actively participated in Men Cricket Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Cricket Tournament 2020-21 organized by SIT, Tumakuru, from 06th to 14th Feb 2020.
  • RIT Men Kho-Kho teams actively participated in Men Kho-Kho Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Inter Collegiate Central Karnataka Zone Men Cricket Tournament 2020-21 organized by SIT, Tumakuru. from 27th to 28th Feb 2020.
  • RIT Men Volleyball teams actively participated in Men Volleyball Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Inter Collegiate Central Karnataka Zone Men Volleyball Tournament 2020-21 organized by SIT, Tumakuru, from 05th to 06th March 2020.
  • RIT men Volley ball teams actively participated in Men Volleyball Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Volley ball Tournament 2019-20 organized by JNNCE Shimoga from 09th to 10th March 2019.
  • RIT Men Mallakhamba and Gymnastic players actively participated in Men Mallakhamba and Gymnastic Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in VTU Inter Zone Men Mallakhamba and Gymnastic Tournament 2019-20 organized by VEMANA IT, Bangalore from 04th to 05h September 2019.
  • RIT Men/Women Athletics teams actively participated in Inter Collegiate Men/Women VTU Athletic Meet organized under VTU events. Team took part in Inter Collegiate Men/Women VTU Athletic Meet 2019-20 organized by Shimoga from 22nd to 25th Oct 2019.
  • RIT men Netball teams actively participated in Men Inter Collegiate Men Netball Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in VTU Rest of Bangalore Zone Inter Collegiate Men Netball Tournament 2019-20 organized by VDRIT, HALIYAL from 09th to 10th Nov 2019.
  • RIT men gymnastic teams actively participated in Men gymnastic Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Single Zone Inter Collegiate Gymnastic Tournament 2018-19 organized by BMSIT Bangalore from 23rd to 24th October 2018.
  • RIT men Athletics actively participated in Men Zone Athletic Meet organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Inter Zone Athletic Meet 2018-19 organized by SJCIT Chikkabalapura from 26th to 29th October 2018.
  • RIT men Badminton teams actively participated in Men Badminton Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Badminton Tournament 2018-19 organized by MEC Hassan from 27th to 28th Aug 2018
  • RIT men Kho-Kho teams actively participated in Men Kho-Kho Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Inter Collegiate Central Karnataka Zone Men Kho-Kho Tournament 2018-19 organized by KIT College Tiptur from 01st to 02nd March 2018.
  • RIT men kabaddi team actively participated in Men kabaddi Tournament organized under VTU events. Team took part in The VTU Central Karnataka Zone Inter Collegiate Men Kabaddi Tournament 2018-19 organized by BCE Hassan from 29th to 30th April 2018.

Research Initiatives

INDUSTRY INTERFACE

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Placements and Higher Studies

COE for the Academic Year 2023-24 (Odd Semester)

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Mentoring Module Procedure  

A maximum of twenty students are allotted to each one of the Counsellors. The counsellor  should collect the details of each student in a prescribed format.  

Counsellor should maintain a diary wherein he/she has to enter the details of any important  communication happened with student such as not attaining minimum IA marks, long absence of  student from classes due to some illness/accident etc. In case if the parent of any student  accompanies the student in any of the sessions the version of the parent should be recorded in the  diary along with the signatures of the student as well as the parent.  

Counsellor should double check with the parent regarding the phone numbers that he/she has of  student as well as parents. The counsellor should also inform the parent that any changes in  address and contact details of student as well as parent should brought to immediate attention of  the Counsellor.  

Mentoring frequency The Mentor will schedule about three to four interactive sessions with  students. The Counsellors should inform the students the day and time when he/she (counsellor)  is free and ask students to meet up during that slot.

1st Mentoring Session will comprise the following points (Before IA test-1): Mentors will collect the List of Advanced, Average and Slow Learners from the class Discuss about the students Interests, Hobbies and their inclination towards curricular, co curricular and extracurricular 

Discussion of previous semester’s Academic Discussion on importance of internal tests  and attendance. 

Enquire about the preparations for the 1st Internal 

2nd Mentoring Meet (Before IA test-2): 

Discuss about the 1st IA performance with respect to courses. If the student performance is unsatisfactory, then reasons for their low scoring are discussed and accordingly  suggestions are given. 

Students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities for various 

3rd Mentoring Meet (Before IA test-3): 

Discuss about the 2nd IA performance with respect to courses. If the student performance  is unsatisfactory, then reasons for their low scoring are discussed and accordingly  suggestions are given. 

Students will be advised to attend the 3 IA compulsorily and to prepare action plan for  the Semester End Exam preparation 

4th Mentoring Meet (After IA test-3 Optional): 

Non-compliance of any points raised in the above mentoring sessions will Students will be advised on the above 

Note: The Internal Assessment performance and attendance status of each student will be  communicated to the respective parents.

Maximum No. of  Students 

per Mentor

15 to 20

Frequency of  Mentoring 

3 to 4 per Semester

Prerequisite

Class Teachers prepares list of Advanced, Average and Slow Learners  based on the previous Academic Performance

Mentoring-I

Discussion and comments on: 

1. Previous Performance 

2. Hobbies & Co-curricular Activities 

3. Teaching and Learning Process

Mentoring-II

Discussion and comments on: 

1. Review of previous counseling 

2. IA-1 Performance 

3. Teaching and Learning Process

Mentoring-III

Discussion and comments on: 

1. Review of previous counseling 

2. IA-2 Performance 

3. Teaching and Learning Process

Mentoring 

IV (Optional)

Discussion and comments on: 

1. Advice on Non-compliances