Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology

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Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology
Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology logo.png
Motto Swayam Tejaswin Bhava
Established 1979
Type Education and Research Institution
Principal Dr.B. Chennakeshav Rao
Location Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Campus Urban, 30 acres (0.12 km2) of land
Website www.cbit.ac.in

Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology (CBIT) is a college located in Gandipet, Osman Sagar, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. It is 25 kilometres (16 mi) away from Secunderabad railway station. The college was affiliated to Osmania University and accredited by the National Board of Accreditation and have received an autonomous status in 2013.

History[edit]

The total constructed area is 4,45,467 sq.ft. worth about Rs.25.oo crores spread on 30 acres. The grants received from AICTE are worth about Rs.1.3 crores. college was established in 1979. The institute began with three undergraduate programmes with an intake of 200 students. By 2014 this had grown to nine undergraduate and seven postgraduate courses with a total intake of 9000 students.CBIT is known for Mechanical engineering,its known as best in the entire state with eminent faculty,equipment .It is the dream for every student whose interested in mechanical eng. to join especially in cbit.

One of the milestones for the college was when its students were part of the team involved in the design and successful launch of a satellite, STUDSAT, with the Indian Space Research Organisation. STUDSAT was successfully placed in the orbit and received the first signal on 12 July 2010 at 11:07am IST.

Campus[edit]

There are labs,workshops and computer centers within all the blocks of the college. There is a library and information center, sports and indoor and outdoor games. There is a cafeteria in the middle of the college .Hostel facilities are available only for boys at Rs. 27,500 per semester(from which Rs 4800 is refundable at the end of each semester) with minimum of 6 people sharing the room in the first year and 5 in the subsequent years. There is also a linking gate between CBIT and MGIT so that people from CBIT can enter into MGIT and vice-versa.http://www.cbit.ac.in/?q=deptslist

Transport facilities are available to students with 28 college buses provided.It is available to both boys ang girls at Rs 18,000 per year.Even students can reach college by RTC buses starting from mehadipatnam,shankarpally etc.[1] Not only for students, transport facility is also provided to staff members .

Academics[edit]

The college admits undergraduate students through the state-wide EAMCET exam conducted every year. It offers Bachelor of Engineering (BE) courses in multiple disciplines and Post graduation courses.Besides it provides the facility for attending various workshops on multi topics which avail students a great opportunity to progress in every opportunity they utilize. The Master of Technology (MTech) course is offered to Computer Science Engineering students. Master of Engineering (ME) courses are offered in other disciplines. The college also offers Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Computer Applications (MCA) courses through its department of management. Apart from the regular undergraduate program the college also has an International Center (IC-CBIT) that offers a dual degree programs with foreign universities in engineering. http://www.cbit.ac.in/?q=node/17

AUTONOMOUS

cbit has got permission for being an autonomous institute for 6years ie from 2013-2019.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (INCLUDES PRODUCTION ENGINEERING)
about

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 1979 at the time of inception of CBIT with an initial intake of 60 students and an additional section of 60 is added in 2012 . The department also officering B.E. Production Engineering from 1984 with an intake of 60 students. The department is also offering two Post Graduate Programmes, M.E. with specialization in CAD/CAM with an intake of 25 students since 2002 and M.E Thermal Engineering with an intake of 18 in the year 2012.

The department has 40 eminent faculty supported by 23 Technical Staff that fetched sponsored research projects from AICTE, UGC, BHEL, DRDL, NSTL to a tune of Rs. 1.5 Crores and consultancy of worth Rs. 25 lakhs from Recardo Enginis, Leer Inc., General Motors, Daimer Chrysler, Jhonson Control Inc., RR Industries, Tecumseh Pvt Ltd., ITW Singode, Usha Fans, KPCL, Praga Tools, ACD Communications, ICOMM Tele Services etc. In addition to research and consultancy the department has organized a number of ISTE/UGC/SDPs sponsored and self financed courses for faculty and industrial personnel in various emerging areas, viz. ISTE sponsored Numerical Methods (1994 and 1996), AICTE Sponsored Computer Aided Design and Analysis (1999), AICTE Sponsored Finite Element Analysis in Metal Forming (2003),UGC sponsored Advanced Production Systems(2004), ISTE Sponsored Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (2004). AICTE sponsored SDP on "Recent Advances in Manufacturing Automation and Simulation" (RAMAS-2012) during 7th to 19th May 2012. The faculty of the department published papers over 202 in International Journals , 130 in National Journals, 121 in International Conferences and 220 in National Conferences so far. However for the last 5 years the faculty of the department has published 142 research papers in international journals, 122 in national journals, 72 in international conferences and 60 in national conferences. The department was organized an International Conference on Computational Methods in Engineering and Science in 2009 and a National Conference on Advances in Mechanical and Renewable Energy (AMERE-13) 25th -26th March 2013. 10 Ph.Ds were awarded under the guidance of the faculty of the department, 6 were submitted and another 40 are in progress.

The department has well equipped laboratories with research facilities viz., a Denford (UK) make 8-Sation Vertical Machining Centre, a CNC lathe and Mill, and a 5-axis robot (FANUC make), load cells interfaced to computer to measure forces in metal forming and metal cutting operations, NOx Analyzer and AVL smoke meter etc, and software like AUTOCAD, ANSYS, SOLID WORKS,HYPER MESH,CATIA,DEFORM-2D and LS-DYNA, FLUENT, ICEM,VPG, Dytron etc.

Many eminent personalities having expertise in their respective fields worked in the department over the years. To name few are Dr.V.Kamala, Dr.P.Narasimha Reddy, Dr.B.Prabhakar Reddy, Dr.C.M.Varaprasad, Dr.T.A.Janardhan Reddy, Prof K.Sitaram, Prof. Ch.Lakshman Rao and Dr.P.Jayapal Reddy. Dr.P.Ravinder Reddy is the Head of the Department since Aug 2008. With an innovative and inquisitive Dr P. Ravinder Reddy, contributed a lot for research and innovative learning. He published over 175 technical and research papers in various international and national journals and conferences. He has guided 10 Ph.Ds (7 awarded and 5 submitted), over 200 M.E/M.Tech projects, 250 B.Tech/B.E projects in various fields of engineering and sciences. The fields of 10 Ph.Ds includes (i) Dynamic study of Resistance Welding in the fabrication of Nuclear Fuel Pins Awarded by JNTU, Hyderabad on 28th August 2009, (ii) Impact Testing of Advanced Ceramic Composites Using Experimental and F.E. Analysis, Awarded On 23rd Dec.2010 by JNTUH, Hyderabad (iii) Experimental and Numerical Investigations on the Friction Welding Process, Awarded On 1st November 2011, By JNTUH, Hyderabad., (iv) Characterization and Simulation of Deep Drawing Process through Finite Element Analysis, Awarded On 4th February 2012, By JNTUH, Hyderabad (v) Investigations on Synthesis and Characterization of Nanoceramic Composites and Simulation Studies on Modeling and Analysis of Single and Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes, Awarded On 9th March 2012, By JNTUH, Hyderabad (vi) PSD analysis of Hermetic Compressor using FEA, Awarded On 6th February 2013, by OU, Hyderabad., (vii) Machinability on Metal Matrix Composites using experimental and numerical techniques, Awarded On 11th March 2013, by OU, Hyderabad., (viii) Studies on Fracture behavior and strength Characteristics of Carbon Epoxy & CNT Composite Materials, JNTU, Hyderabad Submitted in 2011, (ix) FEA Based Modeling of Magneto Rheological Damper to Control Vibrations During Machining, JNTU, Hyderabad , submitted Aug. 2012, (x) The Effect of process parameters on steel welding response in curved structures using finite element analysis, JNTU Hyderabad in 2012.


As a facilitator for the learning process organized 23 STTPs/workshops/FDPs/SDPs, 2 international conferences beneficial to Faculty, Researchers and Industry and delivered 86 keynote and invited talks. Was a chief and principal investigator for 13 research and 27 industrial consultancy projects sponsored by AICTE.UGC,NSTL, DRDL, BHEL, RR Industries, ICOMM Tele services and ACD communications.

He is a recipient of Bronze medal from “Mathematical Olympiad”(1983), “UGC Fellowship” award by UGC (1999), best teacher award by CHAITANYA BHARATHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY during the academic year 1998-1999, Raja Rambapu Patil National award for promising Engineering Teacher by ISTE for the year 2000 in recognition of his outstanding contribution in the area of Engineering and Technology, Excellence “A” Grade awarded by AICTE monitoring committee (2003) for the MODROB project sponsored by AICTE, “Engineer of the year Award-2004” for his outstanding contribution in Academics and research by the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh and Institution of Engineers (India), AP State Centre on 15th September 2004 on the occasion of 37th Engineer’s Day, Distinguished Alumnus award - 2006 during Silver jubilee celebrations of KITS Warangal, AP. The Biography is included in Marquis Who's Who in the World-2007 during Aug.2007. Best Technical Paper Award in the year Dec. 2008 in Industrial Application titled “Online quality monitoring welding &weld upset in resistance projection welding process”, in Journal of Non-Destructive Testing &Evaluation, the official journal of ISNT during the year 2007 by National Governing Council of Indian Society for Non Destructive Testing.http://www.cbit.ac.in/?q=node/75

Major Achievements of the department
• Sponsored projects  
19
o Amount  
148.84 lakhs
o Funding agencies  
AICTE/UGC/ DRDO/BHEL (R&D)
• Publications by the faculty
o International journals  
202
o National Journals  
130
o International conferences  
121
o National conferences  
220
• Number of Ph.D’s awarded/submitted under the Guidance of the aculty of the Department  
12
o Dr.P.Ravinder Reddy  
10
o Dr.G.Chandra Mohan Reddy  
02
• Number of Ph.D. scholars pursuing under the uidance of the Faculty of the Department 
41
o Dr.P.Ravinder Reddy  
23
o Dr.G.Chandra Mohan Reddy  
08
o Dr.M.V.S.Murali Krishna  
09
o Dr.P.Prabhakar Reddy  
01
• Number of PhD holders in the department  
11
• Number of faculty pursuing PhD  
17
• Number of Awards and citations of the faculty  
24
• Consultancy Amount  
24 Lakhs
Other Achievements in last five years
1. International Conference on “Computational Methods in Engineering and Sciences” (ICCMES-09) during Jan 8th -10th, 2009.
2. First Indian PICO Satellite “STUDSAT” was designed, fabricated and launched by ISRO (Consortium of seven colleges including CBIT), Aug 2010
3. All Terrain Vehicle designed, fabricated and participated in BAJA competition at Indore for three times.
4. One month BSDP in collaboration with MSME Govt. of India in 2010 & 2011
5. Mechanica, A student Symposium once in every two years.
6. A three day Technopreneurial summit organized in 2007, 2008 and 2011.
7. SAE Student’s convention in October 2012.
8. Solar Power of 10 KVA with Solar tracking with fixed and tilting panels (with Budget of Rs.25 Lakhs), 2011.
9. Received TEQIP funds
Vision
To be a pace setter in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
 
Mission

To impart Quality & Innovative Technical Education to the students for their overall accomplishment enabling them to become entrepreneurs and to serve the society in general and the Industry in particular.


Objectives of Academic year 2012 -2013
1. To meet a target pass percentage of all BE courses by 70%
2. To obtain NBA accreditation for B.E (Mechanical) & B.E (Production) Engineering
3. To encourage at least six faculty to attend refresher cours/orientation programme
7. To apply 2 to 3 projects to R & D cell, CBIT
8. To publish at least 20 papers by the faculty and 15 by the students.
4. To stribe for funding fo EDC from DST and to renew from AICTE
5. To conduct skill development programme to SSC and intermediate passed candidates.
6. To send 4 Faculty and 3 Non-Teaching staff to send to training as per the training needs identified
9. To motivate at least three faculty to complete their Ph.D thesis work.
10. To organize at least two Seminars/Conferences/Workshops
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING -Courses

Department of Mechanical Engineering is offering the folllowing courses

Under Graduate level
1.B.E. (Mechanical Engineering)
2.B.E. (Production Engineering)
Post Graduate level
1.M.E.Mech (CAD/CAM)
2.M.E.Mech (Thermal Engineering)
staff

http://www.cbit.ac.in/?q=facultylist/75/Teaching

syllabus

http://www.cbit.ac.in/?q=node/282

dept. events

http://www.cbit.ac.in/?q=node/204


Rankings[edit]

University Rankings
Engineering – India
India Today[2]
Outlook India[3] 41
Dataquest[4]
CSR-GHRDC*[5] 109
Private colleges:
Mint[6] 16
* Limited participation

CBIT was ranked 41 in the Outlook India Top Engineering Colleges of 2012 survey.[3] It was ranked 16th in the list of top 50 Private Engineering Colleges of India by Mint, which is India's second largest business newspaper as well as the official partner of The Wall Street Journal in India. The college was given a score of 514.4/1000 by central technical ranking unit.It has been accredited twice in 1998 and again in 2004 by NBA(AICTE). It is also the first ISO 9001-2000 certified Engineering Institute of AP. The total constructed area is 4,45,467 sq. ft. worth about Rs 25..00 crores spread on 30 acres. The grants received from AICTE are worth about Rs. 1.3 crores. The college offers 9 UG and 7 PG coureses. Brilliant and meritorious candidates with 196 EAMCET rank onwards are seeking admission in CBIT especially in ECE, EEE, CSE, IT, Mechanical Engineering etc. The percentage has also been consistent with 95% on an average. Out of them, 80% of the students are passing either in distinction or in first class.[7]

Main Entrance of CBIT

Extra-curricular activities[edit]

Sports

Every year, as part of Shruti, the Inter-Department Fest, an inter-department sports competition is held. Sports in the Fest are basketball, football, cricket, badminton, volleyball, kabadi,handball,throwball and track and field events.There are indoor games too, along with outdoor games like carroms, chess, table tennis etc. There are tournaments held within cbit college and also with other colleges.Thus cbit has excellent focus on sports along with studies.[8]

COMMUNICANDO

it is the name of the literary club of cbit.It organises a fest every year names literati,it is know for its events ,especially for the development of communication skills.Communicando also organises modal united nations better known as cbit-mun.This year cbit mun is been organised at golkonda resorts.visit(www.cbitmun.com)for further details

Student activities

The college holds the cultural fest CARPE DIEM every 2 years, and the inter-department fest, "Shruti" every year. Shruti it is successful participation and cooperation of each and every branch which comes out in flying colours. Each branch has its own tech-fest scheduled at the beginning of each year. Reunion Day for the alumni is held every year on 25 December.[9] Chaitanya Smruti is the alumni association of CBIT, established in 1984. By organizing reunions when past students pay a visit to their alma mater and met their friends, Chaitanya Smruti helps retain the bond between alumni and college. The association has an international chapter in the USA.[10] The association organizes the Reunion and a biennial cultural fest.Many cultural events are organized by Shruthi. Every year workshops,on robotics,ethical hacking etc.,are organized during tech-fest of the respective branches. the college holds the LITERATI every year.It's a part of comunicando. Today comunicando stands tall,all because of student's passion and contribution.

NSS unit

The main activities of NSS unit are Plantation, Blood donation camp, Services at orphanages and old age homes, Road safety, Anti ragging squads, Medical camps in villages, Environmental awareness and programs, Service to physically and mentally challenged people, issue of Voter ID cards to students and staff, First aid training to students and staff, Fire fighting mock drills.CBIT holds extra curricular activities for students not only permitting to studies and bringing their talents out. These helps them to be successful in all fields.Conducting street cause, NSS are meant for, serving the poor in villages by health check up and providing free medicines.Competitions on roa:d safety measures enables for awareness in order to avoid accidents and loss of lives.

Placement Cell in CBIT[edit]

CBIT placement cell was established in 1996 with the objective of creating career opportunities for promising students of CBIT in reputed corporate companies towards meeting aspirations of all the stake holders. http://www.cbit.ac.in/?q=node/54

Alumni Network & Notable alumni[edit]

  • Sekhar Kammula, film director in the Telugu film industry - 1991 - Mechanical Engineering
  • Y. S. Chowdary, elected member of the Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) in 2010, from the state of United Andhra Pradesh and Promoter-Director of Sujana Group, ranked as one of the top 10 expanding groups of companies in India as of July, 2011
  • J. D. Chakravarthy, film actor in the Telugu film industry - 1988.

Research and Development[edit]

CBIT has established a research fund to nurture and harness talent from students and faculty of various disciplines.The organization provides necessary facilities for promoting basic research and communicating with R&D agencies in other sectors for expanding and enriching the knowledge base in their respective ideas.

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

Coordinates: 17°23′26.28″N 78°19′18.72″E / 17.3906333°N 78.3218667°E / 17.3906333; 78.3218667