Engineering Research & Development Great Innovations, Need small Encouragements
Engineering Research & Development Department's view
  Engineering Research & Development Department was established in academic year 2013-14 under guidance of Mr. Swapnil A. Kale (M.E. Mechanical) until now the department had completed 19 different research projects in advanced technology. The MORT machine had won the first prize in DIPEX-SRIJAN 2013 held at COEP, Pune.
    The vision of department is to continuously excel and thus coming together enlivens the research themes. The mission is to create awareness about upcoming technologies and provide platform to budding research workers. Also To promote, develop and facilitate creative endeavors, research and development at the Karmayogi Engineering College that foster the technological, economic and social wellbeing of society, in collaboration with government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the private sector. All laboratories of the college are 24X7 time available to students. In current academic year our students visited different industries, NGOs and other InfoTech parks in all over the Maharashtra.
    In coming years we are going to concentrate on agricultural machinery for farmers. In that way we are stepping ahead. In last year we designed and manufactured many machines which will be available in minimal cost compared with market price.
In current year 11 projects selected for DIPEX-SRIJAN 2014 Project exhibition cum competition held at Karmayogi Engineering & Polytechnic college, Pandharpur.
Message for all Engineers
"And somewhere there are engineers Helping others fly faster than sound. But, where are the engineers Helping those who must live on the ground?" -- Young Oxfam Poster
    The majority of the world's designers focus all their efforts on developing products and services exclusively for the richest 10% of the world's customers. Nothing less than a revolution in design is needed to reach the other 90%.

Mr. Swapnil A. Kale.
Head of Engineering Research & Development Department

Developed Projects

MORT Machine for Paddy farm

  • Scholar's from B.E. Mechanical
  • DIPEX-SRIJAN 2013 Winner
  • Project Guided By Mr. Swapnil A. Kale
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  In rice transplanting process, there is need to bend in back on mud land & that creates the stresses in back bones, so as to reduce these stresses as well as for more labor saving, this paddy transplanted mechanism is designed & this is manually operated.
  With the help of this rice transplanted, two persons can transplant over one hectare in three days which else would requires with much more labors. It is about ten times efficient than usual method. It plants the rice in a systematic manner & there is no need for line markers, etc.
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Pedal operated multipurpose machine for rural development

  • Scholar's from B.E. Mechanical
  • Appreciated by many farmers.
  • Project Guided By Mr. Swapnil A. Kale
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  This project is an attachment of different types of mechanisms to the bicycle.
  The various operations performed by this machine are cutting, grinding, surface finishing, sharpening the agriculture tools, getting compressed air, lifting water by using reciprocating pump, spray paintings by using compressed air as well as compressed air for vehicles tubes.
  Appreciated by many farmers from nearby villages and recognized in State level project exhibition
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Planetory Mixer with strainer arrangement

  • Scholar's from B.E. Mechanical
  • Project Guided By Mr. Rahul J. Panchal
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  40 litre planetary mixer specifically developed for industrial paint work its having powerful motor and strengthened transmission with heat treated gearing, attached strainer to mix evenly.
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Litter of water bottle light

  • Scholar's from B.E. Mechanical
  • Project Guided By Mr. Swapnil A. Kale
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  Liter of Light is a global open source movement with the aim to provide an ecologically and economically sustainable source of light to underprivileged households that do not have access to electricity or are unable to afford it.
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