Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering & Technology

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, Bathinda

(AICTE Approved Oldest Technical institute Established By Government of Punjab in 1989)

WORKSHOP DEPARTMENT

 

 

In this dynamic world, Technology plays a significant role in the learning. It is an established fact that one can have a strong grip on the concept of science and technology by seeking logic and reasoning behind them rather than just mugging them up. The youth of today is brimming with curiosity and inquisitiveness. They are perpetually on the move. The rapid pace of technological advancement has made it imperative for us to be well informed in the global scenario. Each day in our life dawns with new challenges to be faced. One needs to be geared up to face these challenges with determination, righteousness and well directed thoughts. All these geared mechanisms are boosted only with the help of practical aspects which are only and only possible on the floor of “workshop” A workshop is an informative or instructional class focused on teaching specialized skill or exploring a particular subject. The workshop has eight constituent shops viz, Machine Shop, Sheet Metal shop, Fitting Shop, Electrical and Electronics Shop, Welding Shop, Carpentry Shop, Forging shop and Foundry Shop.

The engineering workshops have two main functions. Firstly its resources and facilities are utilized for academic work and training of engineering undergraduates. Experiments as well as training sessions are conducted for the first and second year undergraduates in the areas of manufacturing practices, workshop technology, production engineering and technology. In addition to these, the manufacturing of is also carried out in the workshops.

The other function includes the manufacture/fabrication of necessary hardware for student projects, for teaching and research, maintenance of machines and equipment and a variety of fabrication work for the institution.

 

Er. Sikander Singh Sidhu

Incharge Workshop

Staff of Central Workshop-GZSCCET MRSPTU

Name Designation Qualification Shop Name Contact No. & e-mail

Er. Sikander Singh

Sidhu

Foreman Instructor

M. Tech (Industrial Engg.)

Incharge

Workshop

9417121706

siksidhuworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Dilbag Singh

Workshop

Instructor

NTC(WELDING)

Welding Shop

94170-90599

Dilbagsohiworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Er. Ranjeev Kumar

Bansal

Workshop

Instructor

B. Tech. (Mechanical Engg.)

M. Tech.(Mechanical Engg.)

Sheet Metal

shop

98151-05252

rajeev.bansalworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Hemant Kumar

Workshop

Instructor

NTC(Foundry)

NAC(Foundry)

Craft Instructor (Foundry)

Foundry Shop

94177-52387

gzshemantworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Narvinder Singh

Workshop

Instructor

Diploma in

Production &

Industrial Engg.

Forging Shop

94630-75661

narvindersinghworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Gurmit Singh

Sandhu

Workshop

Instructor

NTC (Machinist Composite),

CTI (Machinist Composite),

Diploma In Foremanship.

Machine Shop

9417131388

gssandhuworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Sukhminder Singh

Workshop

Instructor

NTC(Welding)

Welding Shop

94170-26848

sukhmindersinghworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Er. Jatinder Kumar

Workshop

Instructor

B. Tech. (Mech.)

M. Tech. (Prod.)

Fitting Shop

94175-25904

jatinderk.workshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Avtar Singh

Workshop

Instructor

NTC (Carpentry)

Carpentry Shop

98728-37357

avtarsinghworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Angrej Singh

Technician

Gr-I

Matriculation

Sheet Metal

Shop

94171-31461

Sh. Ranjeet Singh

Brar

Technician

Gr-II

Diploma in

Electrical Engg.

Electrical Shop

94652-87408

ranjitworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Harjinder Singh

Atwal

Technician

Gr-II

NTC(Foundry)

Foundry Shop

90415-86331

harjinderworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Jagjit Singh

Junior

Technician

Matriculation

Forging Shop

94175-81581

jagjitworkshop@mrsptu.ac.in

Sh. Sanjeev Kumar

Lab

Attendant

+2 & NTC (Wireless

Operator)

Machine Shop

& Fitting Shop

94635-66627

Satpal Singh

Peon

Matriculation

Office

94634-77290

Sh. Parwinder Singh

(Outsourced)

Lab

Attendant

10+2

Sheet Metal,

Forging &

Electrical Shop

98768-34718

Sh. Baljinder Singh

(Outsourced)

Lab

Attendant

Matriculation

Foundry Shop,

Welding Shop

& Carpentry

Shop

94631-42872

Sr. no. Name of Shop Name of faculty Designation Contact No.
1. Machine Shop Rajesh Kr. Arora Workshop Instructor 9417118699
Rajesh Kr. Arora Workshop Instructor 9417131388
2. Sheet Metal Shop Ranjeev Kumar Workshop Instructor 9815105252
Angrej Singh Tech-I 9417131461
3. Fitting Shop Jatinder Kumar Workshop Instructor 9417525904
Harbhajan Singh Jr Tech 9988162756
4. Welding Shop Dilbag Singh Workshop Instructor 9417090599
dilbagsohi@gmail.com
Sukhminder Singh Workshop Instructor 9417026848
5. Electrical Shop Ranjit Singh Tech-II 9465287408
6. Carpentry & Pattern Making Shop Avtar Singh Workshop Instructor 9872837357
7. Forging Shop Narvinder Singh Workshop Instructor 9463075661
Jagjit Singh Jr Tech 9417581581
8. Foundry Shop Hemant Kumar Workshop Instructor 9417752387
Harjinder S Atwal Tech-II 9041586331
9. Sanjeev Kumar Lab Attendant 94635-66627
10. Satpal Singh Peon 94635-66627


VARIOUS SHOPS IN CENTRAL WORKSHOP

Machine Shop: It is equipped with Lathes, Shapers, Milling Machines, Tool & Cutter Grinder, Radial Drilling Machine, Surface Grinding Machine, Bench Grinder and Weighing Machine. The various operations practiced by students in Machine Shop are Cylindrical Turning, Taper Turning, Step Turning, Facing, Threading, Cutting, Slotting, Milling, Grooving Chamfering, Drilling, Boring, Reaming etc.

Sheet Metal Shop: The sheet metal implies metal and alloys in sheets rolled to thickness ranging from 10 S.W.G and thinner. Sheet metal work has its own importance in manufacturing industry and it plays an essential role in various aspects of our day to day needs. The indispensable engineering articles made of sheet metal find their application in agriculture, building construction, house hold, offices, laboratories and shop equipment, heating and air conditioning, transportation, decorative work, toys and many other such areas. Using specialized sheet metal tools the various concepts from development of surface to actual fabrication are practiced. The various operations performed during sheet metal jobs are cutting, rolling, bending and shaping. Different jobs are seam joint, lap joint, cylinder fabrication, tray fabrication, riveting applications.

Fitting Shop: Fitting Shop involves a large number of hand operations to finish the work to desired shape, size and accuracy. The various operations performed are marking, chipping, sawing, filing, scraping, drilling, tapping (Internal threading) and dieing (External Threading). Students acquire skills in using tools and basic fitting equipment, identification of materials, description and demonstration of various bench vices, holding devices and files, drilling and threading tools. The basic operations performed in fitting shop are Filing, drilling, reaming, counter sinking, tapping, threading and grinding etc.

Electrical Shop: Study demonstration and identification of common electrical materials such as wires, cables, switches, fuses, ceiling roses, batten and allied items, tools, accessories, electrical safety measures and demonstration about use of protective devices. The students learn the process of star and delta connections, construction of transformer and winding of different motors, various type of wiring circuits etc.

Welding Shop: Shop comprises Submerged Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Spot Welding, Arc Welding, Abrasive Wheel Cutter, Gas Welding and Cutting apparatus. The different operations practiced in welding in Welding Shops are Position Welding, Butt Welding, Lap Welding, Spot Welding, Dissimilar Metal Welding and Metal Cutting.

Carpentry Shop: Students acquire skills in using both power and hand tools and general information regarding wooden materials. Students undertake the practice of sawing, planning and chiseling operation. The shop is equipped with Wooden Lathes, Mechanized Planning and Grooving Machine, Drilling Machine, Band Saw, various types of Hand Saws, Wooden & Steels Planes and Miscellaneous Tools for performing different operations.

Smithy Shop: Forging is the process of shaping steel to desired form by heating them to forging temperatures (plastic condition) and by the application of hammer blows. This is one of the oldest manufacturing processes. The working of small objects heated in an open furnace, operated manually is known as Smithy. Technical knowhow is imparted on Blowers, Open Hearth Furnace, Induction Heating Furnace, Anvil Blocks, and Swage Blocks. Shop has state of the art Induction Heating Furnace. The various black smith operations performed in the shop are Fullering, upsetting, Drawing, Bending, Hot and Cold Forging etc. The jobs undertaken by the students in smithy shop are conversion of shape from raw material such as square shape, hexagonal, round shape and making letter by steel bars of different diameter and size of rod, screw driver, chisels etc.

Foundry Shop: In foundry shop the students practise mould making with the help of various types of Moulding Sands, different types of patterns are used in the preparation of moulds. Sand preparation muller is also available in foundry shop to prepare sand for moulds. Students learn the processes of hot metal casting. The various testing equipment for sand & mould are also available in the sand testing laboratory. The basic operations performed in foundry shop are preparation of mould, melting of different metals like Aluminium, Brass and Copper and preparation of casting by using sand casting process. Different jobs in which the students practice are gating system, core making, testing of mould, permeability test and use of sieve shaker to obtain different mesh size of sand.

B Tech 1st year student undergo two weeks training program during summer vacation at the Central Workshop after the completion of second semester. B Tech major and minor projects of especially Mechanical engineering and Industrial & Production Engineering are Manufactured and Fabricated in the Central Workshop by the students.

In addition to the above mentioned program the B.Tech, M.Tech, PhD students perform experimental setup related works in Central Workshop to complete their projects, thesis work.

List of Machines & Equipment in Central Workshop

Machine Shop

Sr. No.

Name of Machines/Equipment

Quantity

1.

High Speed Precision Centre Lathe Machine (HMT NH-26)

01

2.

Centre Lathe Machine (HMT)

07

3.

Capstan Lathe Machine

01

4.

Radial Drilling Machine

01

5.

Column Type Drilling Machine (HMT)

01

6.

Vertical Slotting Machine

01

7.

Planner

01

8.

Shaper

02

9.

Universal Milling Machine (PRAGA)

01

10.

3-D Pantograph Milling & Engraving Machine

01

11.

Universal Tool & Cutter Grinder (HMT)

01

12.

Centreless Grinding Machine (HMT)

01

13.

Pedestal Grinder

02

14.

Bench Grinder

01

15.

Horizontal Metal Cutting Band Saw

01

 

Sheet Metal Shop

Sr. No.

Name of Machines/Equipment 

Quantity

1.

Hand Operated Sheet Shearing Machine 14” Blade

01

2.

Foot Operated Sheet Shearing Machine 48” Blade

01

3.

Guillotine Power Operated Sheet Shearing Machine

01

4.

Hand Operated Sheet Bending Machine 48” Blade

01

5.

Hand Operated Circle Cutting Machine 

01

6.

Hand Operated Hydraulic Press

01

7.

Pipe Bending Machine

01

8.

Hand Operated Sheet Bending Roller

01

9.

Arbor Press ½ Ton Capacity

01

10.

Nibbling Machine

01

11.

Power Press capacity 3 Ton

01

12.

Power Press capacity 5 Ton

01

13.

Fly Press

01

14.

Hand Drilling Machine Capacity 6 mm

02

15.

Different Types of Stakes

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Fitting shop

Sr. No.

Name of Machine/Equipment

Quantity

1.

Marking Table (16” X 25”) C.I.

01

2.

Surface Plate (18” X 18”) C.I.

01

3.

Surface Plate (24” X 24”) C.I.

01

4.

Pedestal Grinder 

01

5.

Bench Drilling Machine Capacity ½”

01

6.

Radial Drilling Machine Capacity 1”

01

7.

Power Hacksaw

01

8.

Parallel Jaw Bench Vice 6”

26

9.

Parallel Jaw Bench Vice 4”

04

 

Electrical Shop

Sr. No.

List of Machine/Equipment

Quantity

1.

Wiring Board With Stand

06

2.

Multi Meter Pointer

01

3.

Volt Meter (0-300 volt)

02

4.

Volt Meter (0-250 volt)

02

5.

Amp. Meter (0-30 amp.)

02

6.

Amp. Meter (0-60 amp.)

02

7.

Multi Meter Lab Type

07

8.

Electric Meter 3 phase 4 wire

02

9.

KWA Meter

04

10.

Soldering Iron 

12

11.

Volt Meter AC/DC

02

12.

Home Appliances

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13.

De-soldering Pump

04

 

Welding Shop

Sr. No.

Name of Machine/Equipment

Quantity

1.

M.I.G. Welding Plant

01

2.

AC to AC Air Cooled Welding set 3 Phase

01

3.

Spot Welding Machine

01

4.

Gas Welding Set (Oxy-Acetylene)

06

5.

Profile Cutting Machine

01

6.

Pug Cutting Machine

01

7.

Hand Operated Sheet Shearing Machine 14” Blade

01

8.

Plasma Air Cutting Machine  

01

9.

Anvil Block

02

10.

Bench Vice 6”

08

11.

Bench Vice 4”

08

12.

Swage Block

02

13.

Portable Hand Grinder

01


Carpentry Shop

Sr. No.

Name of Machine/Equipment

Quantity

1.

Spindle Molding Machine

01

2.

Thickness Planer Machine

01

3.

Jointer Planer Machine 

01

4.

Circular Saw Machine

01

5.

Wood Working Lathe Machine

02

6.

Universal Wood working Lathe Machine

01

7.

Bench Grinder

01

8.

Scroll Saw machine

01

9.

Portable Drilling Machine Capacity ½”

01

10.

Electrically Hand Planner

01

11.

Band Saw Machine

01

 

Forging Shop

Sr. No.

Name of Machine/Equipment

Quantity

1.

Induction Heating Furnace 

01

2.

Open Hearth Furnace

06

3.

Swage Block

04

4.

Anvil With Stand

05

5.

Leg Vice 4”

02

6.

Bench Vice 6”

05

7.

Bench Vice 4”

04


Foundry Shop

Sr. No.

List of Machine/Equipment

Quantity

1.

Sand Muller

01

2.

Mechanical Sieve Shaker

01

3.

Oil Fired Tilting Crucible Furnace

01

4.

Pit Furnace

01

5.

Drying Core Oven

01

6.

Bench Grinder

01

7.

Platform Weighing Machine

01

8.

Anvil with Stand

01