Sr. No Name Achievements
1. Dr. Sumit Dubal

1.    Dr. Sumit Awarded with Ph.D. In January 2023

2.    Second Rank in the assessment test conducted in 03 Day Online Proficiency Improvement Program (oPIP) on Automotive Testing and Certification by ARAI.

3.    Contribution as a primary evaluator in toycathon 2021Conducted by  Ministry of Education’s Innovation Cell with support from All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of MSME, Ministry of Textiles and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

4. Best Paper Presentation Award for paper title Nanotechnology Applications in Automobiles: Comprehensive Review of Existing Data. NANOCON018

5.Best Project award (RIT Project competition 2012)

6.NWG Group Leader (John Deere Equipment Pvt Ltd Sanaswadi Pune)

7.Best NWG Group (JDQIP)

2. Mr. Roshan Bhagat

1.     Has Published a research paper on “Thermal Analysis of Passive Two-Phase Fluid Flow in a Closed Loop Pulsating Heat Pipe: A Review”, Annual Technical Volume, Advances in Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, Institution of Engineers India, Volume V, 2020.


2.     Has Published research paper on Numerical Analysis of Passive Two-Phase Fluid Flow in a Closed Loop Pulsating Heat Pipe, Global Digital Centrals, Frontiers in Heat and Mass Transfer, ISSN 2151-8629, 16(23), 2021 (Scopus Indexed)


3. Mr. Rajkumar Baghel 1.     He has been awarded the Best paper presentation for his paper on “Experimental Investigation of Cylindrical Imbibed Pad Evaporative Cooler” at the International Conference on Innovation Challenges and Advances in Engineering and Technology ICAET 2021.

Students Achivements

Mr. Aridaman Singh Jalen, Final Year Automobile Engineering Students participate in the National Online Electric Bike Design Competition Season-3 organized by the Fraternity of Mechanical and Automotive Engineers

Team “Lithium-Ion” from SSPU reached the final round and was among the top 20 teams in KPIT Sparkle 2021 competition. The team consisted of 4 members, three of which are from Automobile Engineering and one from Mechatronics. They have worked on methods to replace the anode material with a newer Eco-friendly Nano-Carbon Composite material and a natural electrolyte extract. This would help the disposal greatly and reduce toxicity in the environment