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  • About AKSU




    The University is dedicated to performing in a unique manner to achieve academic excellence in a creative way by using innovative ideas to produce perfect human resources and to act as center for 'Amicable Knowledge Solutions'.


    To be a Global Centre of Learning to promote Professional Excellence and Innovation . 


    AKS University is primed to fulfill its mission of developing & arming human resources with :

    • Modern applied knowledge & competencies.
    • Harnessing knowledge for addressing multifarious local, regional & national challenges including creating skilled manpower to support the leapfrogging economic growth of India.
    • Enhancing engineering competitiveness through technology-development & technology-induction.
    • Enhancing agricultural productivity through Bio-technology & other innovations, environmental conservation through innovative technology & approaches.

    AKS University considers the paradigm of Think Global & Act Local as a key enabler in the furtherance of its mission, vision, and objectives, and towards this end, AKS is keenly exploring linkages with selected national & global Universities and Institutions of repute so as to maximize knowledge-exchange, joint research, faculty & student exchange, twinning programs, sharing best practices in higher education space; and thereby emerge as a globally-relevant institution in this interconnected world of today & future.



    With the emergence of many private Universities in India, hope has been created that the Indian higher education scene, utilizing the administrative & regulatory freedom inherent in the Private University concept, will get a fillip to achieve excellence through innovations in course offerings, teaching models, academic processes and research output. It is here that one finds that AKS University at Satna, in the Vindhya region of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, formed in 2011 is emerging as a Best Private University with Difference.


    The University offers admissions in a comprehensive array of academic programs across the disciplines of Management, Computer Science, Mining, Cement Technology, Agriculture Science, Agriculture Engineering, Food Technology, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Bio-Technology, Basic Science, Pharmacy, Education, Commerce, Fashion Designing, Spiritual Studies , Law, Yoga & Meditation and others that lead students to self-enrichment and productive careers in their respective professions, government, business, and industry.



    AKS University at Satna [M.P.] promoted by the eminent Rajiv Gandhi Group of Institutions and value-driven professionals with an enviable track-record of molding almost 30000 students over the last 22 years, is guided by the principle of Think Global and Act Local. The curriculum, course offerings, and the Centers of Excellence at AKS University are all aimed at knowledge creation & skill development, for the regional industry like Cement and cable, and for managing abundant regional natural resources like water, agriculture, environment, mines. This "Industry-Centric" approach of AKS University is giving the students assured opportunities for internship & practical training and knowledge-sharing sessions from industry professionals and extends to the faculty member’s ample research-and-consultancy opportunities.



    AKS University's teaching is based on the 60-20-20 Teaching Model so that 60% of teaching would be done by eminent & highly qualified in-house faculty drawn from world-leading institutes like IITs, NIT; 20% of teaching would be done by Adjunct faculty from leading institutes form the country & abroad, and balance 20% will be taught by practicing Industry professionals. Leveraging ICT innovatively, Adjunct faculty and industry professionals would teach through Webinars, besides live lectures.



    The University's structure and philosophy are based upon a 75:15:10 Employment Model whereby 75% of the graduating students would take up jobs in companies, 15% would become Employer-Entrepreneurs, and a balance of 10% would go into research activity. Besides teaching, internships, and industry projects, well-equipped research labs and incubator cells are a key features of AKS University.



    The University's focus is on the Total Transformation of The Individual and producing a complete human being who is not only skilled in a vocation/technology/knowledge, but, has sound values of integrity, teamwork, transparency, and social contribution and is spiritually conscious rather than becoming a mere bread-earner. The University's Faculty of Spiritual Studies would endeavor to arm students with an awareness of the spiritual dimension of human life through short-term choice-based programs in diverse traditions including Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, etc., and thereby realize the approach of Integrating Science & Technology with Spirituality, as espoused by many visionaries like Swami Vivekanand, Sri Aurobindo, and our Former President of India Dr. Abdul Kalam.

    Freedom and flexibility are inherent in a University to launch innovative programs & learning paradigms and to create a motivational, innovative, and invigorating environment for the students and faculty. It is hoped that with attempts such as by AKS University will help Higher Education evolve to become an agent of knowledge-led transformation of the industry through enhanced competitiveness, innovative products & processes, and of the society through the contribution of students graduating as competent, spiritually-conscious & responsible problem-solvers and nation-builders. 





    AKS University takes pride in being the first university in the country to introduce a 4-year B.Tech. Cement Technology program back in 2012. We are committed to providing our students with the latest knowledge and skills required by the cement industry.

    A Curriculum that Sets You Apart

    Our course curriculum is meticulously designed to meet the demands of the cement industry and incorporate the latest technological advancements. With a strong focus on
    practical training, our state-of-the-art laboratories ensure hands-on experience for all our students.

    Real-World Experience

    We understand the importance of real-world exposure, which is why our curriculum includes in-plant training and sandwich apprenticeship programs. These opportunities give
    students valuable industry experience, preparing them for successful careers.

    Dedicated Faculty

    Our faculty consists of experienced professionals who are experts in their respective fields. They are passionate about teaching and guiding students towards achieving their
    goals. With their support, you can thrive academically and personally.


    To conduct its key programs and activities in a unique manner that promotes excellence and leadership in education, research, and innovation in cement technology and fosters an environment that is safe, highly productive, cooperative and collegial, and dedicated to continual improvement.


    • Achieve academic excellence in Cement Technology through an innovative teaching-learning process.
    • Application of sustainable cleaner technology in cement manufacture without compromising quality.
    • Inculcate technical competence and collective discipline in students to excel in cement manufacturing units, higher education and societal needs.
    • Establish focus research groups in leading areas of cement technology for optimization of thermal and electrical energy in cement manufacture and environmental needs.

    Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

    PEO -01: To develop technical and managerial skills among the students with practical knowledge to work in a cement manufacturing unit and be able to handle day-to-day plant problems.

    PEO-02: To develop R&D temperament among the students for development, innovation and sustainable technology in the cement manufacturing process.

    POE 03: To develop ethical principles among the students and commitment to fulfilling international, national and local needs and social responsibilities with his/her professional excellence.

    PEO 04: Ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal, economic and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge and need for sustainable development


    Program-Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

    On completion of B. Tech. Cement Technology program, the students will achieve the following program-specific outcomes:-
    PSO - 1: The ability to apply technical & engineering knowledge for the production of quality cement with the available raw material resource.

    PSO - 2 : Ability to understand the day-to-plant operational problems of cement manufacture and provide economical solutions to enhance production without compromising the quality of cement.

    PSO - 3 : Ability to understand the latest cement manufacturing technology and its application in the conservation of electrical and thermal energy in Portland cement

    PSO - 4 : Ability to use research-based innovative knowledge for sustainable development
    in cement manufacture.



    (Program curriculum grouping based on course components)
    S.N. Course Component % of the total number of credits in
    the Program
    Total number
    of contact
    number of
    1  Basic Sciences (BSC)  11.2  21  21
    2  Engineering Sciences (ESC)  12.3  23  23
    3  Humanities and Social Sciences (HMSC)  4.3  8  8
    4  Program Core (PCC)  42.8  80  80
    5  Program Electives (PEC)  9.1  17  17
    6  Open Electives (OEC)  3.7  7  7
    7  Project(s) (PRC)  1.1  2  2
    8  Industrial Training/Internships (ISC)  6.4  12  12
    9  Seminar (PSC)  1.6  3  3
    10  Any Other (Please Specify) (NC)  7.5  14  
      TOTAL 100 187  173


    Courses Offered, Eligibility, and Fee structure

    Course Duration Eligibility

    B.Tech. Cement Technology

    4 Years

    12th Passed with minimum 

    45 % marks PCM

    Diploma Cement Technology

    3 Years

    10th Passed with minimum

    45 % marks


    Carrier Opportunity

    Excel in Cement Technology
    The Indian cement industry is experiencing unprecedented growth and is on track to achieve new milestones. With more than 5000 cement technocrats required annually in
    India, the demand for skilled professionals extends to international markets as well. At AKS University, we provide comprehensive training and placement support through our
    centralized training & placement cell.

    Industry Expertise at Your Disposal
    In addition to our dedicated training & placement cell, the Cement Technology department at AKS University has an independent cell headed by a highly experienced senior executives from the cement industry. This industry veterans facilitate plant visits and vocational training, ensuring that you gain practical insights and hands-on experience directly from professionals who have excelled in the field.

    Our Top Recruiters

    • M/s UltraTech Cement Ltd
    • M/s KJS Cement Ltd
    • M/s Prism Johnson Cement Ltd
    • M/s ACC Cement Ltd
    • M/s Ambuja Cement Ltd
    • M/s Shree Cement Ltd
    • M/s Star Cement Ltd
    • M/s Wonder Cement Ltd
    • M/s Nuvoco Cement Ltd
    • M/s Sanghi Cement Ltd.
    • M/s Heidelberg Cement Ltd
    • M/s Asian Fine Cement Ltd
    • M/s Sagar Cement Ltd
    • M/s Dalmia Cement Ltd
    • M/s Juniper Constructions Pvt. Ltd.


    • State-of-the-art Testing and Calibration Research Laboratory (TCRL) with the latest equipment.

    • Well-furnished classroom with an audiovisual system.

    • Hands-on training in the demonstration lab for the students.

    • A study-room cum departmental library for the students in addition to the central library of the University.

    • Faculties are scholars of reputed institutes such as IIT, NIT, ISM and Delhi University etc.

    • The Cement Technology Director is a former expert of the National Council for Cement and Building Materials, Govt. of India with 40 years of experience in cement and concrete.

    • Some of the faculties are former technocrats of cement plants having 30-40years experience in cement manufacturing process and quality control.

    • Reputed industry experts conduct expert lectures from time to time.

    Department Administrates

    Dean : Dr G K Pradhan, B Tech ( Mining ),IIT- ISM, Dhanbad, National Geo Science Awardee,40 years experience in various large mechanized mines and expert of Blasting technology.

    Director : Prof. G. C.  Mishra , M.Sc. (Applied Geology), M. Tech. (Mining Exploration), IIT- ISM, Dhanbad, Former  Additional Director of National Council for Cement  and Building Materials , Govt. of India with more than  40 years experience in Cement plants, Concrete expert of Cement Raw Material, CADE& Mine Planning, Pyro-processing & Clinker manufacture, QC & QA and performance of cement & concretes.

    HoD: Dr. S.K. Jha, M. Sc. & M. Phil (Geology), Ph. D (Geochemistry) from Delhi University, CSIR NET qualified in Earth Sciences, Seven years of research  & teaching experience in Geology of Cement Raw Material, Exploration & Mining of Limestone,  Alternative Fuels and Raw Materials in Cement Manufacturing, Petrography of Clinker & Cement Raw Materials, Mining Geology and Engineering Geology.

    Senior Faculty : V.K. Singh, M. Sc. (Chemistry) former General Manager M/s Maihar Cement In charge In charge of Laboratory and Hands on Training, more than 40 years experience in cement manufacturing process and Quality Control of a large capacity cement plant.

    Senior Faculty : A.K. Bhattacharya, BE (Chemical) Ravishanker University Raipur, former DGM Manufacturing of M/s Dalmia Cement Bharat Ltd Delhi. DQM/DGM Technical Head in OCL India Ltd, more than 40 years in Portland cement manufacture, Quality Control and Quality Assurance in large-capacity cement plants in India.


    Research Activities

    The self-funded research projects of the department are as follows:-

    • Use of alternative of river sand in construction.
    • Study on use of low grade and high MgO limestone in cement manufacture.
    • Maximization of fly ash use in production of Portland Pozolana Cement.
    • Alternate Fuel and Raw Materials for Portland cement manufacture.
    • Research Student Convention on Replacement of River Sand by Crusher Dust in Concrete & Mortar.

    Seminar and Workshops

    • From time to time Cement Technology department organizes seminars and workshops on cement & concrete fields.
    • The students participated in the International Seminar of Cement & Concrete organized by National Council and presented technical papers.

    Special Lectures & Webinar

    • “Advanced Manufacturing Process of Portland Cement” by Er. J K Singh, Section Head- J P Cement.
    • “Smart Construction Practices for Durable Concrete in Aggressive Environment” by Mr. Ramesh Somkumar, Manager- JK White Cement.
    • “Pragmatic Approach in Quality Construction of Roads in Rural Sector” organized by Department of Cement Technology & Rural Road Development Authority, Govt. of M.P.

    Industrial Visits & Training

    • Every semester cement plant visits are organized for the hands-on learning experience via plant demonstrations.
    • A one-week simulator-based training at National Council for Cement and Building is organized every year.
    • Materials are procured for demonstration and learning of the cement manufacturing process for Diploma and B. Tech. students.
    • Last semester, B.Tech. Cement Technology organized a 180 days of job training in a cement plant.


    In-House Training and Placement Cell

    At AKS University, we understand the importance of practical experience and securing a rewarding job. That's why we have an In-House Student Employment Center in addition to the central placement cell of AKS University that is dedicated to helping our students find the perfect opportunities to kickstart their careers.

    Our Training & Placement Cell is headed by a highly experienced former cement plant executive who brings decades of industry knowledge and connections. With their guidance, you'll receive valuable insights and support throughout your journey.



    • Our Alumini hold key positions at various large cement plants.

    • The department conducts training for the Cement officials of all ranks and positions at cement plants (M/s Prism Cement Ltd, M/s UltraTech Cement Ltd, M/s KJS
      Cement Ltd etc) which is highly appreciated by the industry.

    • The department also organizes workshops for construction workers under the workers development programme.

    • Department Director is a member of the Research Advisory Committee of the National Council for Cement and Building Materials.

    • The department publishes a report and represents AKS University at the International Seminar on Cement & Building Materials, and its director chairs some
      of the technical sessions.


      The department hosts a Cement and Concrete Conclave and honours famous veteran cement technocrats across the nation.


    • The Department is closely associated with the Cement Manufacturing Association of India (CMA) and various cement plants such as M/s Ultra Tech Cement, M/s Dalmia Cement, M/s KJS Cement, M/s Prism Johnson Cement, M/s J P cement etc. for plant visit, training and placement of  the students.
    • The Department is also associated with National council for Cement and Building Materials for simulator based training of students, seminar and workshop etc.


    Why Cement Technology from AKS University?

    We believe in providing our students with the best opportunities for in-plant training and placement. Our dedicated cell works tirelessly to connect you with top companies in your field, ensuring a smooth transition from student life to the professional world. With AKS University's Cement Technology course, you can be confident that you're making the right choice for your future. Don't wait any longer - take the first step towards a successful career today! Here are more reasons to consider us:

    • Excellent Infrastructure.
    • State of the Art Laboratory with latest equipments.
    • Faculties are scholars of reputed institutes of India
    • Some of the faculties are industry experts
    • Hands-on training and industrial trainings are parts of curriculum.
    • Exposures of students in national and international seminars.
    • Simulator based training in a National Laboratory.
    • On time examination and result declaration.
    • Excellent placement record.
    • Full time technical support to the students after placement in cement industry.
    • A strong student alumni association for interaction and exchange of experience.


    Glimpse of the Cement Technology Department

    Coordination & Participation of the Students in the Seminar.


    NABL Accredited TCRL Laboratory


    Plant Visit KJS Cement Maihar


    Plant Visit KJS Cement Maihar


    A special Lecture was organized for the students by the expert from JK Cement


    Your Gateway to Global Opportunities

    By choosing AKS University, you not only tap into the thriving Indian cement industry but also open doors to opportunities abroad. The demand for skilled cement technocrats extends beyond national borders, giving you a chance to explore exciting career prospects around the world.
  • Civil Engineering

    Civil Engineering


    Civil engineering is the oldest branch of engineering which is growing right from the stone age of civilization. American society of civil engineering defines civil engineering as the profession in which a knowledge of the mathematical and physical sciences gained by study, experience and practice is applied with judgment to develop ways to utilize economically the materials and forces of nature for the progressive well being of man.


    Traditionally Civil Engineering has played an important role in improving the civic life of society by harmonizing the natural resources available on earth. Some of the major areas in the field of Civil Engineering are design and construction of various structures like bridges, buildings, roads, tunnels and dams, developing new construction technologies, Design and development of Foundation systems, Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation and Traffic Engineering, Municipal and Sanitary services, surveying, GIS and remote sensing, and Hydraulics and Water Resources Engineering.

    The Department offers a three-year course leading to the Diploma in Civil Engineering, four-year course leading to the B.Tech in Civil Engineering and two-year courses leading to Masters Degree in Water Resources Engineering. The Department is known for its reputed faculty having expertise in diverse fields. It has built up a wide research potential. The laboratories are equipped with advanced equipment and provide all the facilities for advanced research in the field of civil engineering.



    The Department of Civil Engineering puts in its best efforts to create outstanding engineers“ with advanced teaching techniques and learning aids for students and state of the art research facilities for our students. Students are not only made experts in technical aspects but also in interpersonal skills, a vital ingredient to excel in the fast-paced world.

    The department has some important instruments in various laboratories such as; Total Station, GPS instrument, Auto Level, Direct Shear Test Apparatus, Compression Testing Machine, CBR Testing Machine, Bitumen Extractor etc. The department is also equipped with various computer software used in civil engineering such as AUTOCAD, Staad PRO etc. and students are trained in these software.



    Duration Course Offered Eligibility
    4 Yrs

    B.Tech civil engineering

    12th PCM
    3 Yrs

    Diploma civil engineering

    2 Yrs

    M.Tech. civil engineering

    B.E./B.Tech in Relevant Subject
    (Water Resource Development Engineering)


    The department has well equipped state-of-the-art laboratories like

    • Material Testing Lab
    • Survey Lab
    • Geotechnical Lab
    • Concrete Lab
    • Transportation Lab
    • Water Resource and Public health Engineering Lab
    • Concrete Technology & Structural Engineering Lab
    • Geotechnical Engineering Lab
    • Highway Engineering Lab
    • Fluid Mechanics Lab
    • Surveying Lab
    • Software Simulation Lab


    S No.





    4 No. of B.Tech 6th semester students were participated in IBCC-2016 at IIT Bombay

    3rd April 2016

    Got first prizeIBCC-1st winner


    STAAD PRO training Conducted by Techno Shape institute Jabalpur at Structural Engg Lab of Civil Engg Dept. Coordinated by Mr. Vishutosh Bajpai.

    6th April to 12th April

    Learn about design of Beam & Column.


    10 Days industrial training of 13 B.Tech 6th Semester students & Two faculty member Mr. Satish Tiwai & Mr R S Soni were held at Galaxy Institute of Technology Hyderabad

    25 June to 5 July 2016

    Learn about operation of DGPS & Total Station


    National Seminar RACE-2016 on Smart City: Concepts, Problems & Remedies held at AKSU Satna

    10th to 11th Sep 2016

    Under Race Flagship


    4 Students of B.Tech 5th &7th Semester and Dr. PK Majumdar were participated in QCFI 27th Annual convention of quality concept

    18 to 19 September 2016

    Successful Completed quality concept


    14 Students & Two Faculty member Mr. Vishutosh Bajpai & Ms. Shivani Garg were participated in RTCE-2016 at JNCT Rewa

    21 to 22 September 2016

    Got 2nd prize in Model Exhibition


    Two Faculty Member Mr. B.Das and Harsh Singh were participated on national seminar on Green Techno-economical Approaches in Development of smart city: Role of Sc & Tech held at IIST Indore

    17th to 18th Nov 2016

    Smart city concept, E-waste management, wastewater treatment, urban & Stormwater management



    The students undergo industrial training and regular industrial & technical visits. Students are also assisted in designing and modelling working real-time projects.

    List of Training Programmes attended by students during summer vacations/semester break :

    S.N. Training Training Place/ Institute
    1. BIM and CPM By Skyfi labs centre, abids at Hyderabad
    2. BIM By Skyfi labs center, abids at AKSU
    3. Wastewater treatment plant and sualar filtration plant By West central railway, satna (mp) at satna
    4. P.W.D. By Office of executive Engg. P.W.D. division, satna at satna
    5. STAAD PRO BY Techno shapes, Jabalpur at AKSU
    6. STAAD PRO By Robo sejugous & saarang, IIT Madras at AKSU
    7. Ongoing (building) work of civil work Shukla enterprises satna
    8. Civil work in mills and industry CK Birla group, orient paper mills amlai, shahdol (mp)
    9. The project of “carrying out early civil works of GGS11, GGS12 &WGS for cbm project, shahdol Tirupati built-con pvt. Ltd. , burhar, shahdol (mp)
    10. Quality concept By Quality circle forum of India at M.S.U. Vadodara
    11. IBCC Bridge designing ARK techno solution & robokart.com in association with CEA FEST 2016, IIT Bombay

    RACE (Recent Advances in Civil Engineering),

    this flagship annual technical seminar organized by the department has been a success. Its first event was launched in 2015. The theme of the RACE 2015 (25th September to 26th September) was various advance technologies and researches in civil engineering where over around 200 delegates attended

    RACE 2016 held during (24th September to 25th September) was attended by 100 plus delegates where technical papers on the main theme Smart Cities: Concept, Problem and Remedies was deliberated.

    List of Experts who attended RACE 2015 and RACE 2016 :

    S.N. Name of Expert Organization
    1. Dr. K.V. George NEERI, Nagpur
    2. Dr. A.K. Keshri IIT Delhi
    3. Dr. D.K. Jain GEC, Rewa
    4. Dr. Abhishek Srivas NICMAR, Indore
    5. Dr. Rahul Rajgorkar VNIT, Nagpur
    6. Dr. B.K. Agarwal GEC, Rewa
    7. Er. N.K. Bhandari VMC, Vadodara


    Civil Engineering provides probably the best value total asset solutions in the world through its infrastructure services such as; Utilities Services, Auger Boring, Capital Projects and Programme Management Services.

    In delivering these strategic objectives we firmly believe in creating and sustaining positive responsibility to the environment and the communities within which we work.

    Civil Engineering always prevents pollution and follows best practice in resource management and takes steps to reduce waste, energy consumption and associated emissions

    Positively contribute to the local community and all who have an interest in our performance, including actively working with our suppliers and sub-contractors to ensure these principles are adopted in their processes and practices. Act professionally, responsibly and respect all employees and provide them with a safe, healthy and rewarding working environment


  • CUET(PG)

    CUET -2023 (Programs under AKSU CET)


  • Department of Agronomy

    Course Overview:

    The Faculty of Agricultural Science and Technology at AKS University has been a pioneer in promoting agricultural education and research. Among its various departments, the Department of Agronomy holds a significant position. Established in 2014, this department has played a crucial role in advancing the field of agronomy through its dedicated focus on teaching, research, and extension activities.

    At the heart of its existence is the commitment to imparting knowledge and skills to students pursuing agricultural sciences. The Department of Agronomy offers comprehensive academic programs that equip students with the theoretical foundations and practical expertise required for successful careers. Through rigorous coursework and hands-on training, students gain insights into crop production systems, soil management techniques, weed control strategies, and sustainable farming practices.

    The Department of Agronomy at AKS University stands as a testament to its unwavering commitment to advancing agricultural sciences. As it continues to evolve with changing times, the department remains dedicated to nurturing future generations of skilled agronomists who will contribute towards global food security and sustainable farming practices.

    The department's main objectives are:
    ● To teach the subject of Agronomy to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
    ● To conduct research on agronomical crops towards their improvement in
    production technology.
    ● To impart training to agricultural extension functionaries.
    Vision Mission:
    The mission of the Department of Agronomy is to advance understanding of the biology of agronomical crops and their interactions with soil. The faculty focuses on all aspects of
    the production technology of various crops. The Department provides experiential educational and research opportunities to prepare the next generation of scientists and global citizens to be competent in resolving the complex challenges of the 21st century and in providing a healthy and secure food supply while protecting our environment. In order to become a dynamic and effective future leader in agronomy, one must develop an interdisciplinary global perspective. The department aims to strengthen the economy and quality of life for society by developing human resources, technologies, and products. It is our aim to be a World leader in research, teaching, and extension involving plant
    health while serving the changing needs of society, the environment, and the university.


    Course Offered:

    Undergraduate Program

    Fundamentals of Agronomy 4(3+1) 1
    Introductory Agro-meteorology & Climate Change 2(1+1) 4
    Crop Production Technology – I (Kharif crops) 2(1+1) 3
    Crop Production Technology – II (Rabi crops) 2(1+1) 4
    Farming System & Sustainable Agriculture 1(1+0) 6
    Practical Crop Production - I (Kharif crops) 2(0+2) 3
    Practical Crop Production - II (Rabi crops) 2(0+2) 6
    Principles of Organic Farming 2(1+1) 6
    Geoinformatics and Nanotechnology for Precision Farming 2(1+1) 6
    Rainfed Agriculture & Watershed Management 2(1+1) 4


    Program Offered

    Name of the Program Duration Eligibility
    M.Sc. (Agri.) Agronomy 2 years (4 Semester) B.Sc. Ag.
    Ph. D. 3 years M.Sc. (Agri.) Agronomy


    Career Prospects:
    The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that employment of agricultural and food scientists will grow 7% from 2020 to 2030, faster than the average for all occupations.
    This growth is due to the increasing demand for food and agricultural products, as well as the need for agronomists to help farmers and other agricultural producers adapt to
    climate change and other challenges.

    Some of the specific career options available to agronomists include :

    • Farm manager: Farm managers oversee the day-to-day operations of farms, including crop production, livestock management, and financial planning.
    • Agronomist: Agronomists work with farmers and other agricultural producers to help them improve crop yields and soil health. They may also conduct research on new agricultural technologies and practices.
    • Research scientist: Research scientists work in government agencies, universities, and private companies to conduct research on agricultural topics. They may study crop genetics, soil science, or other aspects of agriculture.
    • Consultant: Consultants provide advice to farmers and other agricultural producers on a variety of topics, such as crop production, soil health, and pest management.
    • Teacher: Agronomists can also teach at colleges and universities, or in agricultural training programs.

    In addition to these specific career options, agronomists with strong communication and leadership skills may also find opportunities in other fields, such as government, business, and non-profit organizations. Here is a snapshot of available options of employment :

    • Colleges and universities (research, teaching, and extension).
    • Agricultural consulting companies.
    • Agrochemical companies.
    • Seed and plant production companies.
    • International agricultural research centres.
    • Biological control companies.
    • Private practice.
    • Public policy organizations.
    • Agricultural Research Service.
    • UPSC-Forest Service.
    • State Departments of Agriculture (PSC).
    • Environmental, agricultural, and patent law firms.

    If you are interested in a career in agronomy, there are a few things you can do to prepare. First, you should earn a bachelor's degree in agronomy or a related field. You can also gain experience by working on a farm or in an agricultural research lab. Finally, you should network with other agronomists and stay up-to-date on the latest agricultural trends. With the right preparation, you can have a rewarding and successful career in

    Program Assistance:

    The placement cell at AKS University's Department of Agronomy works tirelessly to connect students with potential employers. They organize campus recruitment drives
    where leading companies from the agricultural sector visit the campus to conduct interviews and select candidates for various job roles.

    Additionally, they provide career counseling sessions and workshops on resume building, interview skills, and professional etiquette to enhance employability skills among students. The department also encourages entrepreneurship by providing guidance and support for those interested in starting their own ventures in agriculture.

    With a strong emphasis on practical learning and industry exposure combined with dedicated placement assistance efforts, the Department of Agronomy at AKS University
    ensures that its graduates are well-equipped to embark on successful careers in agronomy.


    Research and Development:

    In addition to academic excellence, the department actively engages in cutting-edge research endeavors. Faculty members collaborate with industry experts and government agencies to address critical challenges faced by farmers today. Their research efforts aim to enhance crop productivity, optimize resource utilization, mitigate environmental impact, and develop innovative farming technologies. By staying at the forefront of agronomic advancements, they contribute significantly to shaping modern agriculture practices.

    Research Paper 45
    Book chapter 02
    Abstract 10


    Furthermore, the Department of Agronomy extends its expertise beyond academia through extension activities. It acts as a bridge between scientific knowledge generated
    within university walls and farmers' fields. By organizing workshops, training programs, field visits, and demonstrations, the department ensures that farmers have access to up-to-date information on best agronomic practices. This outreach effort is instrumental in transforming traditional farming methods into more sustainable and profitable approaches.

    At AKS University's Agronomy Department, we are committed to creating an environment that fosters growth and innovation through state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities like our labs, library, and training centers. Come join us on this journey of excellence in Agronomy education!


  • Department of Horticulture

    Course Overview:
    Established in 2013, the Department of Horticulture at AKS University, Satna (M.P.) offers highly specialized programs to meet the growing needs of India, both domestically and internationally. We offer B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture and M.Sc. (Horticulture) programs with specializations in Vegetable Science and Floriculture and landscaping. At AKS University, we are committed to equipping our students with the skills and knowledge required to fulfill the needs of India, particularly Madhya Pradesh. Our comprehensive curriculum prepares you for real-world challenges and ensures you are ready to make a meaningful impact in the industry. The demand for trained manpower in the field of Horticulture is skyrocketing. With horticultural crops earning foreign exchange for the country and India's position as the second-highest producer of fruits and vegetables globally, there has never been a better time to pursue a career in horticulture. Our programs open doors to diverse opportunities in farming, processing, marketing, research, and more.

    Contribute to India's Growth
    Horticulture crops make a significant contribution to India's GDP, accounting for 28 percent. By joining AKS University's horticulture program, you become part of an
    industry that not only drives economic growth but also provides employment for a large portion of the population.

    Learn from Industry Experts
    Our faculty consists of experienced professionals who are passionate about horticulture. They bring real-world insights and expertise into the classroom, ensuring that you
    receive practical training that prepares you for success.

    Become a Leader in High-Value Crop Production
    At AKS University, we focus on high-value crops such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, spices, medicinal plants, and plantation crops. Our curriculum covers all aspects of crop
    development, sustainable processing techniques, and effective marketing strategies.


    Program Education Objectives

    PEO1 caters to the needs of line departments and horticulture-based industries through the acquired knowledge of horticulture.
    PEO2 Apply the knowledge and skills gained in academics, research, and development and contribute significantly to societal benefits.
    PEO3 Can be part of a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary team providing better solutions and innovative ideas for sustainable development.
    PEO4 Develop into an entrepreneur by harnessing the acquired knowledge and skills of horticulture.
    PEO5 Emerge as an ambassador of horticulture through the service rendered to the farming community.


    Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
    PSO1 evolves into postgraduates with knowledge and understanding of concepts across diverse areas in Horticulture.
    PSO2 serves as a skilled human resource tailored to formulate, analyze, and resolve complex problems in horticultural crops.
    PSO3 Apply the knowledge and skills acquired to cater to the needs of industry, academia, research, and society while contributing to nation-building.
    PSO4 Providing and promoting consultancy services in the fields of Horticultural research, training, and dissemination of information and technology.
    PSO5 Utilization of the opportunities present in the market for the upliftment of society.


    Course Offered:

    Name of the Course Duration Eligibility
    M. Sc. Horticulture in Vegetable Science  2 Years  B. Sc. Agriculture/ B.Sc. Horticulture
    M. Sc. Horticulture in Floriculture Science  2 Years   B. Sc. Agriculture/ B.Sc. Horticulture


    Career Prospects:

    There are ample opportunities and career paths in the horticulture field. Several options are available for graduates or postgraduates in horticulture. Lucrative jobs are available in both the public and private sectors. Students can apply for the positions of District Horticulture Officer, District Agriculture Officer, Senior Horticulture Development Officer, and Rural Horticulture Extension Officer through the examination conducted by the State Public Service Commission. In addition to this, they can also apply for the post of Technical Assistant or Technical officer in Agricultural Universities, ICAR, DRDO, IARI, CSIR, etc. There are lots of opportunities in the field of landscape design, taking on contractors for different projects, or working for companies dealing with seeds, fertilizers, sprays, and other related fields of horticulture. A horticulturist can also choose a career in the education sector as a professor. Those holding a Ph.D. degree can apply for the examination conducted by the Agriculture Scientist Recruitment Board, ICAR, New Delhi. This examination is conducted for the post of scientist.


    Placement Assistance:

    ● Highest Package

    Candidate Name Course Category Organization Package Year Designation
    Mukesh Rathode M. Sc. (Ag.)Horticulture(Vegetable Science) OBC Syngenta 12.00 LPA 2018 Territory Executive


    ● Average Package

    Candidate Name Course Category Organization Package Year Designation
    M. Sc. (Ag.)Horticulture(Vegetable Science) General Bio care
    SRM Pvt.
    2.40 LPA 2021 Sales
    Shivam Kumar
    M. Sc. (Ag.)Horticulture(Vegetable Science) OBC Agro Star
    2.40 LPA 2021 Agri Advisor
    M. Sc. (Ag.)Horticulture(Vegetable Science) General Agro Star
    3.00 LPA 2023 Agri Advisor


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    Research and Development:


    Research Paper


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    Infrastructure/ facilities :

    Welcome to the state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities at the Horticulture Department of AKS University. We take immense pride in providing our students with top-notch resources and spaces to enhance their learning experience. Here are some of the outstanding features that set us apart:

    1. Labs: Our department boasts two well-equipped labs, catering to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. These labs are equipped with cutting-edge technology and equipment, ensuring that students have hands-on experiences in their respective fields of study.
    2. Library: Our extensive library is a treasure trove of knowledge, housing a wide range of books, journals, research papers, and references specifically curated for horticulture studies. It serves as a valuable resource for our students and faculty members alike.
    3. Training Centers: We understand the importance of practical training in horticulture education. To facilitate this, we have established training centers such as Poly House, Net House, and Horticulture Nursery on campus. These centers provide real-world exposure to various horticultural techniques and practices.

    At AKS University's Horticulture Department, we are committed to creating an environment that fosters growth and innovation through state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities like our labs, library, and training centers. Come join us on this journey of excellence in horticulture education!


    Faculty Profile :

    Dr. Abhishek Singh

    Associate Professor and Head

    Department of Horticulture,    

    Faculty of Agriculture Science and Technology

    Research Interests 
    1. Floriculture and Landscaping
    2. Fruit Science
    3. Vegetable Science
    4. PHM and Value addition
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    Contact Number - 9425887404, 7987644075

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    Degree Discipline Year College/Board
    Ph.D. Horticulture 2018 M.G.C.G.V.Chitrakoot Satna (M.P.)
    M.Sc.(Ag) Horticulture 2011 S.H.I.A.T.S. Allahabad, U.P.
    B.Sc. Agriculture 2009 M.G.C.G.V.Chitrakoot Satna (M.P.)
    12th PCB 2004 M.P. Board, Bhopal
    10th All Subjects 2002 C.B.S.E.
     Important Publications 
    1. Maurya K. R., Singh Abhishek & Maurya A.K. 2014. Standardization of size of Vine cutting of Long Pepper (Pipper longum L.). International Journal of Global Science Research .1(1): 85-86
    2. Maurya, A.K., Singh Abhishek,Gautam S. S.Apiculture- Flowery Path of Progress of Rural Women in India. Proceedings of National Hindi Science Conference.1 (1):87-88
    3. Singh Abhisheak and Singh S.S. (2018) Genetic variability studies in gladiolus (Gladiolus grandiflorus Linn.) under Chitrakoot condition. The Pharma Innovation Journal 7(7): 690-696. NAAS Rating: 5.03
    4. Singh Abhisheak, Singh S.S. (2018) Genetical Studies of Gladiolus Genotypes Under agro- Climatic Condition of Chitrakoot, Satna (M.P)” in the proceeding of National  Conference on Women Empowerment Education, Environment, Biodiversity, Health & Agriculture.
    5. Singh Abhishek Singh S. S.(2018) “ To Study the Performance of Fifteen Most Commercial Varieties of Gladiolus (Gladilus Grandiflorus Linn.) On Agro-Climatic Conditions of Chitrakoot, Satna (M.P.)” International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach and Studies 5(4): 23-28.
    6. Shukla Swasti, Singh Abhishek & Akhilesh Jagre (2018) “Effect of Fertility Levels and Plant Spacing on Growth and Yield of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.)” Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. :(7),35-41 NAAS Rating: 5.38
    7. Nag Khiromani, Singh Abhishek & Singh T(2018) “To investigate the interactive effect of GA3 and planting geometry on growth, yield and quality of gladiolus (Gladiolus grandifloras L). International Journal of Chemical Studies: SP4, 105-109
    8. Singh Abhishek Singh S. S.(2019) “Response of Commercial Varieties of Gladiolus (Gladiolus grandiflorus Linn.) on Agro-Climatic Conditions of Chitrakoot, Satna (M.P.), India” International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences ISSN: 2319-7706 Vol. 8 No. 08 (2019) NAAS Rating: 5.38
    9. Sharma, V., & Singh, A. (2021). Efficacy of Different Types of Composts onGrowth, Yield and Quality Parameters of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) cv. Kashi Pragati , Ind. J. Pure App. Biosci. 9(4), 163-168. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.18782/2582-2845.8768
    10. Kori, H., & Singh, A. (2021). Effect of Organic Manures and inorganic Fertilizers on Growth, Yield, Quality and Economics of Broccoli (Brassica oleracea var. italica) cv. Paraiso, Ind. J. Pure App. Biosci. 9(4), 141-145. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.18782/2582-2845.8771.
    11. Victor, B., & Singh, A. (2021). Impact of Integrated Nutrient Management on Growth, Yield and Shelf Life of Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) cv. Pusa Ruby, Ind. J. Pure App. Biosci. 9(4), 152-157. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.18782/2582-2845.8770
    12. Anchal Sahane, Dr. Abhishek Singh (2021)Effect of integrated nutrient management on growth, herbage yield and leaf quality of coriander(Coriandrum sativum L.) cv. Swati, ISSN (E): 2277- 7695, www.thepharmajournal.com , NAAS Rating: 5.23
    13. Vibha Singh, Purnima Singh Sikarwar, Balaji Vikram and Abhishek Singh Effects of vermicompost, FYM and Phosphate, solubilizing bacteria (PSB) on Growth, leaf yield and quality of spinach (Spinacia oleracea) Cv. All green TPI 2021; 10(9): 1816-1818 www.thepharmajournal.com , NAAS Rating: 5.23
    14. Pramod and Singh, Abhishek. (2022) Impact of organic manure on growth, yield and quality of Knol Khol (Brassica oleracea var. gongylodes L.) cv. green wonder. The Pharma Innovation Journal; SP-11(8): 1903-1905.
    15. Pradhan, Ajay and Singh, Abhishek. (2022) Response of organic manure and age of seedling on growth and yield of Broccoli (Brassica oleracea var. italica) cv. Besty. The Pharma Innovation Journal 2022; 11(8):
    16. Akhil, and Singh, Abhishek. (2022) Effect of organic manure and inorganic fertilizer on growth, yield and quality of garlic (Allium sativum L.) The Pharma Innovation Journal; 11(9): 656-65.
     Ph.D. Scholar  Miss. Gyatri Sahu
     Professional Experience  09 Years 4 Month
     Sponsored projects and Consultancy projects  01
     Patents/ Copyrights/trademark  NA 
     Professional Activities 
    1. Undersigned has tested various vegetable crops under Polyhouse and open field conditions. Performance of Broccoli, Red Cabbage, and Cauliflower was excellent as compared to open field conditions under Agro climatic conditions of Satna.
    2. Served as a In-charge of ornamental and beautification of whole of the campus. Undersigned is also involved in planning and execution of medicinal garden of the University.
    3. Undersigned has handled its complete planning and maintenance of old Polyhouse in which off season vegetables viz. Broccoli, Red Cabbage, Cauliflower, Bottle guard and other crops were grown successfully with highest yield and better quality as compared to open field conditions.
    4. Recently University has planned to established new big Polyhouse (more than one acre) at research farm and I was appointed to established this new Polyhouse with complete planning including fertigation, planting of roses procured from Poona nursery. This is one of biggest Poly house in the private sector education system.
    5. Undersigned is involved in all academic work of University as well as Department of Horticulture. I am also teaching all UG and PG courses of Department of Horticulture.
    6. Undersigned is involved in all Horticulture Research work including PG research thesis planning/ guiding and conduction of field experiments on various aspect of Horticulture crops.

    Dr. Birendra Vikaram Singh

    Assistant Professor

    Department of Horticulture,    

    Faculty of Agriculture Science and Technology

    Research Interests 
    1. Vegetable Science
    2. Fruit Science
    3. Floriculture and Landscaping
    4. PHM and Value addition
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    Contact Number - 9343400465, 9479902658

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    Degree Discipline Year College/Board
    Ph.D. Horticulture 2014 RVSKVV, Gwalior (M. P.)
    NET Horticulture 2009 ASRB, New Delhi
    M.Sc. (Ag.) Horticulture 2008 JNKVV, Jabalpur (M. P.)
    B.Sc.(Ag) Agriculture 2006 JNKVV, Jabalpur (M. P.)
    12th PCB 2000 JNKVV, Jabalpur (M. P.)
    10th All Subjects 1998 CBSE Board, AISCE
     Important Publications 
    1. Singh Birendra Vikram and Pandey S.K. 2009. Influence of growth regulators and rooting medium on promotion of root characteristic of air- layered guava shoots. Ann. Pl. Soil. Res. 11 (2): 120-121.  NAAS Rating 4.01
    2. Singh Birendra Vikram and Pandey S.K. 2009. Efficacy of bio- regulators and rooting medium on survival and growth parameters of air- layered guava twigs. Life Science Bulletin 6 (2): 249-251. NAAS Rating 4.01
    3. Singh Birendra Vikram and Pandey S.K. 2009. Influence of growth regulators, wrappers colour and dates of air-layering on success and survival of Kagzi-lime. Life science Bulletin 6 (2): 190-192. NAAS Rating 4.01
    4. Singh Birendra Vikram 2015. Effect of organic and inorganic  sources of nutrients on growth, yield and economics from onion varieties Environment & Ecology 33 (4): 1582-1586. NAAS Rating 5.0
    5. Singh Birendra Vikram 2015. Influence of growth regulators on growth, yield and economics of cabbage varieties Ann. Pl. Soil Res. 17 (1): 41-44 NAAS Rating 4.01
    6. Singh Birendra Vikram and Nagaich KN. 2014. Effect of organic and inorganic sources of nutrient on productivity and nutritional qualities on onion varieties. NJLS 11 (1): 19-21 NAAS Rating 4.2
    7. Singh Birendra Vikram and Singh Rajesh 2014. Effect of source of nutrients on physiological growth parameters and yield of onion varieties. Ann. Pl. Soil. Res.16(4): 362-366.  NAAS Rating 4.01
    8. Najil Mohammad and Birendra Vikram Singh 2022. Effect of organic manures on growth, yield and economics of onion (Allium cepa L.) in agroclimatic condition of Satna region Ann. Pl. Soil. Res. 24(4):670-672 NAAS Rating 5.1
     Ph.D. Scholar  NA
     Professional Experience  01 Years 7 Month
     Sponsored projects and Consultancy projects  NA
     Patents/ Copyrights/trademark  NA 
     Professional Activities  
    1. Performing teaching activities U.G. and P.G. Degree Program.
    2. In-Charge masters research, seminar and U.G. Lab
    1. GKV Society, Agra
    2. NJLS, Satna
    3. Environment and Ecology, Banglore

    Dr. Bharti Sao

    Assistant Professor

    Department of Horticulture,    

    Faculty of Agriculture Science and Technology

    Research Interests 
    1. Floriculture and landscaping
    2. Dry flower technology
    3. Value addition in flowers
    4. Use of biotechnology tools in flowers
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    Contact Number - 8109039982

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    Degree Discipline Year College/Board
    Ph.D.(Horticulture) Floriculture and Landscaping 2021 IGKVV, Raipur (C.G)
    M.Sc.(Ag) Horticulture Floriculture and Landscaping 2014 SHIATS, Allahabad (U.P.)
    B. Sc (Agriculture) Agriculture 2012 IGKVV, Raipur (C.G)
    12th Agriculture 2008 CGBSE, Raipur (C.G)
    10th All Subjects 2006 CBSE, New Delhi
    PGDCA Computer 2014 Dr. C. V. Raman University, Bilaspur (C.G.)
    NET Floriculture and Landscaping 2016 ASRB New Delhi
    Diploma in AutoCAD Computer Aided Design 2019 CAD Brain Raipur C.G
     Important Publications 
    1. Balpande, R., Gaur, R.S. Pandey, A.P., Sao, B., Singh, P. and Gupta, A. (2022). Assessment of genetic variability and heritability in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). The Pharma Innovation Journal, 11(8): 325-330.

      Sao, B. and Singh, D. (2016). Response of Different Concentration of NPK on Quality, Shelf Life of Flower and Economics of Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosaL.). Progressive Research – An International Journal Volume 11 (Special-VII): 4637-4641.

      Sao, B. and Verma, L.S. (2021). Effect of rooting hormones in propagation of dahlia (Dahlia variabilis L.) through stem cutting. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, 10(2): 887-891.

      Sao, B. and Verma, L.S. (2020). Review on impact of different preservative solutions on vase-life of tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa L.) cut flowers.Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, 9(1): 1185-1188

      Sao, B., Verma, L.S. and Sharma, G.L. (2021). Effect of Different Doses of Gamma Rays on Mutational Characters in Dahlia (Dahlia variabilis). The Pharma Innovation Journal 2021; 10(3): 717-721.

      Sao, B., Verma, L.S. and Sunna., D. (2021). Flowering response of mutants of dahlia (Dahlia variabilis L.) cultivars to different concentration of IBA and NAA. The Pharma Innovation Journal, 10(9): 1992-1996.

      Sao, B., Verma, L.S. and Pandey, A. P. (2022). Impact of gamma irradiation on vegetative characters of dahlia (Dahlia variabilis L.). Scientist, 1(2): 562-572.

      Sao, B., Verty, P. and Singh, D. (2016). Effect of Different Concentration Levels of NPK on Growth, Flowering and Yield of Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa L.) Cv. Shringar. International Journal of Agriculture Sciences, 8 (57), 3137-3140.

      Sunna, D., Tirkey, T., Sao, B. and Sahu. K. (2022). To evaluate the effect of different levels of NPK on yield of china aster (Callistephuschinnensis L.) under Chhattisagarh. Indian Journal of Natural Science, 13(72): 43708-43713.

     Ph.D. Scholar  NA
     Professional Experience  04 Years
     Sponsored projects and Consultancy projects  NA
     Patents/ Copyrights/trademark  NA 
    1. Agricultural Technology Development Society (ATDS)

    Dr. Mohni Parmar

    Assistant Professor

    Department of Horticulture,    

    Faculty of Agriculture Science and Technology

    Research Interests 
    1. Fruit Science
    2. PHM and Value addition
    3. Vegetable Science
    4. Floriculture and Landscaping
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    Contact Number - 6261807339

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    Degree Discipline Year College/Board
    Ph.D.(Horticulture) Fruit Science 2023 RVSKVV, Gwalior (M. P.)
    M.Sc.(Ag) Horticulture Fruit Science 2019 JNKVV, Jabalpur (M. P.)
    B. Sc (Agriculture) Agriculture 2017 JNKVV, Jabalpur (M. P.)
    12th Agriculture 2012 M.P. Board, Bhopal
    10th All Subjects 2010 M.P. Board, Bhopal
    PGDCA Computer 2018 MCNUJC, Bhopal
     Important Publications 

    Research Paper

    • Mohni Parmar, K. Pandey, C. S. Pandey(2019).Effect of Growing Media and GA3 on Seed Germination and Seedling Growth of Acid Lime (Citrus aurantifolia Swingle) Cv. Vikram. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 8(8):xx-xx.
    • Megha Rajpoot, T. R. Sharma, S. K. Pandey, Mohni Parmar (2020). Physicochemical Variability in clone of Mango cv Langra at Kymore Plateau and Satpura¬ Hills of Madhya Pradesh. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 9(11): 1207- 1212.
    • Amit Kumar, Gurjar PKS, Mohni Parmar, Manoj Kumar Kureel, Rajesh Jatav¬ and Ashok Dhakad (2022). Effect of different crop regulation methods on vegetative attributes of guava (Psidium guajava L.) cv. G-27. The Pharma Innovation. 11(9): 1548-1551.
    • Mohni Parmar, Gurjar PKS, Amit Kumar and Khushboo Namdev (2022). Effect of¬ different edible coatings on physical attributes of guava (Psidium guajava L.) fruits during different storage periods. The Pharma Innovation. 11(10): 1196-1201.


    • Mohni Parmar, S. K. Pandey, Deeksha Gedam and Ajay Gangle “POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT AND VALUE ADDITION OF AONLA” National Seminar on Advances and Challenges in Horticulture, Organized by-Department of Horticulture, During Feb. 26-27,2019 at Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya , Jabalpur (M.P.) 
    1. Jwala Parte, Deepak Rathi, Mohni Parmar and Shivangi Tiwari “Agriculture¬ produce marketing committee (APMC)” NATIONAL SEMINAR ON ADVANCES AND CHALLENGES IN HORTICULTURE, Organized by-Department of Horticulture, During Feb. 26-27, 2019 at Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya , Jabalpur (M.P.) 
    1. Mohni Parmar and Devesh Pandey “Effect of Growing Media and GA3 on Seed¬ Germination and Seedling Growth of Acid Lime (Citrus aurantifolia Swingle) cv. Vikram” National conference on Integrated Plant Health Management in Fruit Crops, Organized by- ICAR- National Research Centre on Litchi, Muzaffarpur842 002, Bihar. During September 03-04, 2019. 
    1. Mohni Parmar, Dr. Pragya Singh and Amit Kumar “ROLE OF WOMEN¬ EMPOWERING IN HORTICULTURE” National Webinar on Approaches Toward Development of Rural and Agriculture Sector in the Present Scenario, Organized by JNKVV, College of Tikamgarh (M.P.). During May 08- 09, 2020. 
    1. Amit Kumar and Mohni Parmar “FOOD PROCESSING: A INNOVATIVE¬ AVENUE FOR YOUTH” National Webinar on Approaches Toward Development of Rural and Agriculture Sector in the Present Scenario, Organized by JNKVV, College of Tikamgarh (M.P.). During May 08- 09, 2020. 
    1. Mohni Parmar and Amit Kumar “ Effect of Growing Media with GA3 on Seedling¬ and Physiological Growth of Acid lime (Citrus aurantifolia Swingle) cv. Vikram” 3 rd International conference on “Global Initiative in Agricultural, Forestry and Applied Science for Food Security, Environmental Safety and Sustainable Development (GRISAAS-2021)” during 17- 18 October 2021 held at Dehradun, Uttrakhand, India. 
    1. Mohni Parmar and Amit Kumar “PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL¬ FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH STRESS IN HORTICULTURE CROPS” 5 th International Conference on Advance in Smart Agriculture and Biodiversity Conservation for Sustainable Development, SABCD-2022 held at National University, Jaipur, Rajasthan. During march 04- 06, 2022. 
    1. Amit Kumar and Mohni Parmar “ENHANCE THE QUALITY PRODUCTION OF¬ HORTICULTURE CROP THROUGH NANOPARTICLES” 5 th International Conference on Advance in Smart Agriculture and Biodiversity Conservation for Sustainable Development, SABCD-2022 held at National University, Jaipur, Rajasthan. During march 04- 06, 2022.
    1. Mohni Parmar, Amit Kumar, Manoj Kumar Kureel and Pragya Singh “Impact of¬ Inorganic Organic and Bio-fertilizers on Quality of Guava (Psidium guajava L.) Var. G-27 under Gwalior agro-climatic condition of Madhya Pradesh” 9th Indian Horticulture Congress 2021, held at Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. During November 18-21, 2021.  
    1. Pragya Singh, D. P. Sharma, Ankita Sharma and Mohni Parmar “Combination¬ Effect of Micronutrients and bio - inoculants (Trichoderma virid PGPR) on Growth Yield and Quality of Chilli” 9th Indian Horticulture Congress 2021, held at Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. During November 18-21, 2021. 
    1. Akansha Sharma, Sourabh Chaurvedi and Mohni Parmar “Emerging era¬ Indigenous Technical Knowledge Farming System” Transformation of Agricultural Extension- Strategies For Effective Reformation, held at S.V. Agricultural college, Tirupati. During 22nd – 23rd December, 2021.
    1. Mohni Parmar, Pragya Singh and Intejar Singh Dawar “High Density Planting in¬ Fruit Crops” Indian Horticulture Summit – 2020. During 14-16 February 2020.
     Ph.D. Scholar  NA
     Professional Experience  06 Months
     Sponsored projects and Consultancy projects  NA
     Patents/ Copyrights/trademark  NA 
    Professional Activities
    1. Performing teaching activates U.G. and P. G. Degree Program.

    Dr. Shiv Kant Singh Chandel

    Assistant Professor

    Department of Horticulture,    

    Faculty of Agriculture Science and Technology

    Research Interests 
    1. Vegetable Science
    2. Floriculture and Landscaping
    3. Fruit Science
    4. Post-Harvest
    Contact Details 

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    Degree Discipline Year College/Board
    Ph.D.(Horticulture) Vegetable Science 2022 BHU, Varanasi
    M.Sc.(Ag) Horticulture 2017 BHU, Varanasi
    B. Sc (Agriculture) Agriculture 2015 NDUA&T, Kumarganj
     Important Publications 
    1. Chandel, S. K. S., Singh, B. K., Singh, A. K., Singh, B., & Kumar, A. (2022). Effect of Chemical and Mechanical Weed Management on Potato (Solanumtuberosum L.) Production and Relative Composition of Weed under Varanasi Region, Uttar Pradesh. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science34(22), 1201-1209.
    2. Chandel Shiv Kant Singh *, B.K. Singh, Anand Kumar Singh,Bhagat Singh, Aakash and Ajay Kumar (2022). Effect of Chemical and Mechanical Weed Management Practices on Leaf DryWeight, Tuber Length, Tuber Width, Tuber Yield and Density of Weeds in Potato (Solanumtuberosum L.) under Varanasi Region, Uttar Pradesh. Frontiers in Crop Improvement3(10), l2454-6011.
    3. Chandel, S. S., Singh, B. K., Singh, A. K., Moharana, D. P., Kumari, A., & Kumar, A. (2017). Response of various mycorrhizal strains on tomato (Solanumlycopersicum L.) cv. ArkaVikas in relation to growth, yield, and quality attributes. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry6(6), 2381-2384.
    4. Kumari, A., Singh, A. K., Moharana, D. P., Kumar, A., & Chandel, S. S. (2017). Estimation of Various Genetic Parametres among Promising Genotypes of Cucumber (Cucumissativus L.) for Yield and Yield Attributing Traits. Int. J. Pure App. Biosci5(6), 585-589.
    5. Anand Kumar, Anand Kumar Singh, Durga Prasad Moharana, Amrita Kumari, and Shivkant S. Chandel (2018). Morphological and yield characterization in onion (allium cepaL.) cv.agrifound light red in response to arbuscularmycorrhizal fungal association. Multilogic in Science8(25), 2277-7601.
    6. Aakash, K. M., Singh, M. K., Singh, R. K., Prasad, S. K., Kumari, S., Kumar, A.,... &Bhayal, L. Utilization of water stressed conditions: Commercial bio-molecules from agricultural crop and their scope for boosting income of water stress areas.Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa & Latin America53(02), 00845841



    Mr. Shiv Kumar Ahirwar

    Assistant Professor

    Department of Horticulture,    

    Faculty of Agriculture Science and Technology

    Research Interests 
    1. Fruit Science
    2. Post Harvest Technology
    3. Vegetable Science
    4. Medicinal and Aromatic
    Contact Details  Google Scholar Link

    Contact Number - 7697958953

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    Degree Discipline Year College/Board
    ICAR NET Fruit Science 2019 ASRB
    Ph.D.(Horticulture) Fruit Science Pursuing JNKVV, Jabalpur
    M.Sc. (Horticulture) Fruit Science 2018 JNKVV, Jabalpur
    B. Sc (Agriculture) Horticulture 2015 Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya, Gwalior
    Higher Secondary Agriculture 2009 M.P. Board, Bhopal
    High School All Subject 2007 M.P. Board, Bhopal
     Important Publications 


    Journals Name

    NAAS Rating

    Volume & Issue

    Page No.

    Asses the combined effect of PGR’s and rooting medium on growth success and survival of layer.

    International Journal of Agriculture and Plant Science




    Determine the influence of PGR’s and rooting medium on rooting of marcottage.

    International Journal of Agriculture and Plant Science




    Impact of Biofertilizers and levels of zink and potassium on growth analytical parameters of potato (Solanumtuberosum)

    International Journal of Chemical Studies



    2198 – 2200

    Effect of Biofertilizers and levels of zink and potassium on growth of potato (Solanumtuberosum)

    Journal of Pharmacognosy and phytochemistry




    Important Publications

    1. Advances in Horticultural Crops by Taran Publication, Page No 5-10,
    2. Canopy Management of Orchard by Vital-Biotech Publication, page no 61-69, Vol.1.


    Professional Experience

    The total number of work experience: 1.5 year

    Feb 2019 – july 2019

    Assistant Professor, Gayatri Horticulture College, Dhamtari, Chhattisgarh, India


    July 2022 – present

    Assistant Professor, AKS, University, Satna, India



    1. The member of Just Agriculture as an Editorial Board in Horticulture (Fruit Sciences) Specialization, on 31st Aug, 2021 in Just Agriculture (The Future of Agri Innovation). ISSN:2582-8223, Membership ID: JA/2021/224.
    2. A Professional Member of SABUJEEMA-An International Multidisciplinary e-Magazine. The Unique Membership ID-PM-SIMM111.
    3. An annual member of magazine Agriculture & Food: e-Newsletter, ISSN 25818317 and the annual membership number is AM-AFM2040.
    4. An Annual Member of The Times of Agriculture,(A monthly e-magazine)Membership ID is: TOA262.
  • History

    AKS University Satna [M.P.] promoted by the eminent Rajiv Gandhi Group of Institutions and value-driven professionals with an enviable track record of moulding almost 18000 students over last 26 years, is guided by the principle of Think Global and Act Local.

     Rajiv Gandhi College Satna is one of the best colleges in the Vindhya region for students who are looking for the graduation course in computer science field. It was established by four brothers; Er. Anant Kumar Soni, Mr. Avanish Kumar Soni, Mr. Ajay Kumar Soni, Mr. Amit Kumar Soni. The college is self-contained for all its requirements.

    Rajiv Gandhi College, Satna is one of the premier colleges in the Vindhya region imparting quality education. Established in 2000, it offers various courses in affiliation with A.P.S. University, Rewa. The University has approved the college as their affiliated college. The college is self-contained for all its requirements. Rajiv Gandhi College has a unique standing in the field of Bioscience, Computer, Commerce and Management education. The College conducts university-affiliated Courses. college aims at providing prompt education to students from all walks of life, which includes Computer, Science, Arts and Commerce.

    Pharmacy: Introduced in 2006 "Pharmacy" is commonly considered as a shop (also known as Medical Store or Chemist) where medicines are stored and sold or prepared.

    In the academic or professional world, Pharmacy is defined as the branch of science that deals with the preparation, doses, dispensing and effects (including safety) of medicines (or medicinal drugs or simply drugs).


    In 2011 AKSU has started first session of academics.

     Satna is unofficially acknowledged as the Cement capital of India, given the preponderance of vast amounts of Limestone deposits in and around Satna, and every major Cement player, including Birla Group, Jaypee Group, Reliance Group, Prism Group, having established its cement plants or in the process of establishing new plants or upgrading the capacity of existing plants. Satna has more than 150-years-old Railway station on the premier Kolkata-Mumbai route. Satna city is home to many architectural wonders and heritage sites including 10th Century world-famous Khajuraho temples depicting the theme that life is a celebration in all its multifarious forms including Kama and conjugal art, and Buddhist caves, Panna forest reserve known as one of the most bio-diverse sites in central India, as well more than 100-year old Panna diamond mines. While moving ahead with modernization beyond the existing air-strip, Satna maintains its pristine traditional glory endowed to it by many succeeding dynasties. Other eminent locales within 30-100 kilometres of Satna are city of Rewa, the home of White Tiger; Maihar town, famous for annual pan-India festivals of classical music for last hundreds of years and for its nationally-renowned temple of Devi Sharda at the top of the hill, which is now connected with ropeway. The unspoilt traditions and lifestyle of the bygone era can be experienced first-hand here at Satna along with sprinkling of resorts and hotels.


    Overview of the Department

    Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering and is called an evergreen branch because of the steady demand for mechanical engineers from the industries.

    Almost all the inventions of ancient period and modern era are direct contributions of Mechanical Engineering. It caters to Automobiles, Railways, Aviation, Thermal Power Plants, Hydro Power Plants, Textile, Petroleum, Chemical, and variety of other industries. The branch involves design, study, development and construction of nearly all of the physical devices and systems.

    The Department along with its strong faculties provides an academic platform of international repute that is dedicated to train and build educated minds. We believe that besides learning from books and examples, learning practically help to achieve soundness of knowledge. With this view, the department operates with a prerogative of combining classroom teaching with the state-of-the-art laboratory facilities for all the subjects. Complete attention is paid towards the exercise of prudence and care in the management of resources to render basic and specialized engineering education necessary to keep pace with the present and emerging requirements of the society.

    The Department of Mechanical Engineering, AKS University, Satna runs Diploma, undergraduate and post-graduate programs in the form of Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, B. Tech. and M. Tech.( Production, Industrial Engineering, Renewable energy, Thermal, Design ) along with Doctoral with its potent workforce of fifteen faculty members.

    The Department promotes students to participate in competitions related to technology and innovation. Our undergraduate students are involved in research works on the development of several product prototypes. Noteworthy attempts include a Development of electric arc machine, Ecart, Manufacturing of composites by waste plastic.



    The mission and vision of the Mechanical Engineering Department is:-

    • To impart a thorough knowledge of various core engineering subjects to our entire undergraduate and postgraduate students for ascertaining their fundamental strength in mechanical engineering.
    • To expose our students to a curriculum consisting of modern laboratories, interdisciplinary subjects and industrial trainings in such a way that they get international exposure in world class industries.
    • To train our students with modern drafting & analysis software for developing their computational capabilities as well as promoting higher studies and research works.
    • To strengthen our students with innovative ideas and build the potential of leadership & teamwork through various projects in their curriculum.
    • To inhibit strong ethical qualities in the students for lifelong learning and serving the society and nation as a whole. 





    B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering

    4 Years

    10+2 (PCM) Passed with minimum 45%

    B. Tech LE in Mechanical Engineering

    3 Years

    Diploma (Engg.) or BE/ B. Tech. 1st Year in relevant branch or B.Sc. (3 years with PCM) Pass with minimum 45%

    Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

    3 Years

    10th Passed with Maths & Science with minimum 35 %

    Diploma LE in Mechanical Engineering

    2 Years

    12th(PCM) or 2 Years ITI after 10th with minimum 45%

    B. Tech Part-Time in Mechanical Engineering

    5 Years

    10+2 (PCM) Passed with minimum 45%

    M. Tech in Mechanical


    Advanced Production Systems,




    Renewable Energy

    2 Years

    BE/B. Tech in relevant Stream/ subject passed with minimum 50 %

    M. Tech Part-Time in Mechanical


    Advanced Production Systems,




    Renewable Energy

    3 Years

    BE/B. Tech in relevant Stream/ subject passed with minimum 50 %



    M.E./M. Tech in relevant Stream passed with minimum 55 %

    Dean and Head

    The department of Mechanical Engineering is flourishing under the leadership of Dr. G. K.Pradhan, Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology and Dr. Pankaj Kumar Shriavstava, Professor & Head Ph. D, M. Tech, IIT Delhi.

    Dr. G. K.Pradhan,

    Dean,Faculty of Engineering & Technology, PhD, M. Tech. IIT Dhanbad, recipient of National Geo-Science Award (2012) from Government of India


    Dr. Pankaj Kumar Shriavstava , Professor & Head, PhD, M. Tech., IIT Delhi, former JWM, Vehicle Factory Jabalpur (M.P.), Former Manager ACC Cement, Jamul Bhilai, (C.G.)

    Laboratory and infrastructure

    The department has well-equipped laboratories with advanced technological equipments. Students are exposed to some of the latest equipments namely Turbines, Milling, Lathe, TIG welding, MIG welding, Universal testing machine, Hardness Testing, Torsion Testing, Impact Testing machines etc. The department has a state of the art CAD lab having 90 high-end computers with packages like AUTO-CAD and Pro-E.

    The department is well equipped with state of art labs

    • Engineering Mechanics - Lab
    • Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab
    • Engineering Drawing Lab
    • Strength of Material lab
    • Fluid Mechanics Lab
    • Fluid Machinery Lab
    • Thermal Engineering Lab
    • Heat and Mass Transfer Lab
    • Refrigeration and Air-conditioning lab
    • Automobile lab
    • Kinematics of Machine lab
    • Dynamics of Machine Lab
    • Mechanical Vibration Lab
    • CAD/CAM Lab
    • Work-Shop ( Lathe Center, Milling Center, Drilling Center, Black smithy, Foundry, Carpentry Shop, Welding shop etc)
    Training offered

    The department has a state of the art Computer lab comprising of 90 high-end computers with packages to provide Training and Workshop of AUTO-CAD, Pro-E, Solid Edge, MATLAB and ANSYS.

    Career opportunities

    Since Mechanical Engineering is an evergreen and versatile branch, the job opportunities for skilled mechanical engineers are numerous and never-ending. Mechanical engineers are required in production, research, maintenance, design, testing, installation, operation and other wide varieties of industries. These professionals can find employment both in the government and private sector undertakings.

    Major industries that employ mechanical engineers include automobiles, steel, cement, space research, aeronautical, energy and utilities, air conditioning, bio-mechanical industry. Other major employers include giant manufacturing plants, air conditioning and refrigeration industry, turbine manufacturing

    Private sector companies like

    TATA Group, Thermax, Larsen&Toubro, The Godrej Group, Ashok Leyland, Kirloskar, General Motors,ThyssenKrupp, Siemens,Mahindra & Mahindra,JK Group, Prism cement, ACC Cement, Maruti automobile, CRI Pumps, Samsung  etc

    Government Sector

    BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited),


    HPCL (Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited),

    DRDO (Defense Research & Development Organization),

    IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation Limited)

    NHPC (National Hydroelectric Power Corporation)

    GAIL (Gas Authority of India Limited)

    COAL India

    ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation)

    SCI (Shipping Corporation of India)

    ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization)


    BRO( Boarder road organization)

    PHE( Public Health Engineering)


    Research Activates

     Mechanical Engineering Department is actively involved in various research activities related to innovative materials and manufacturing processes. Some of the credentials related to research work are mentioned below:

    Papers in International Journals:

    1. Shrivastava P.K., Dubey A.K, Pandey S. (2020) Vibration assisted electrical arc machining of 10% B4C/Al metal matrix composite, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, 203, 1-15. (SCI Indexed Journal)
    2. Shrivastava PK, Pandey S and Dangi S. (2019) Electrical arc machining: Process capabilities and current research trends. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science; 233(15):5190-5200. (SCI Indexed Journal).
    3. Shrivastava PK, Pandey S, Dangi S and Singh. P (2019) Experimental Modeling and Optimization of Electrical Arc Machining of Al-B4C Metal Matrix Composite. Australian Journal of Mechanical Engineering. https://doi.org/10.1080/14484846.2019.1701395.(ESCI Indexed Journal).
    4. Singh MR, Shrivastava PK, Singh P (2020) Optimization of EDM process of titanium alloy using EPSDE technique. Communicated for publication in Australian Journal of Mechanical Engineering. (ESCI Indexed Journal).
    5. Shrivastava E, Shrivastava PK and Singh P (2020). Artificial Neural Network Cosmological Models for Conharmonically Flat Space-Time. Communicated for publication in Gravitation and Cosmology.(SCI Indexed Journal).
    6. Singh MR and Shrivastava PK (2020), Optimization of responses MRR and HC in EDM of Al/4.6B4C superalloy using GA, accepted to International Journal of Innovative Science and Modern Engineering.
    7. Shrivastava PK, Pandey S and Singh. P (2019) Modeling and optimization of EDM of metal matrix composite using black hole algorithm, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering; 8 (3):11-18. Scopus Indexed Journal.
    8. Mahendra Raj Singh, Pushpendra Singh and Pankaj Kumar Shrivastava. (2020) Design and optimization of EDM using metal matrix composite by Genetic algorithm and Jaya algorithm, International Journal of Innovative technology and Exploring Engineering, 9 (4)  3216-3221. Scopus Indexed Journal.
    9. Shrivastava P.K., Dubey A.K. Intelligent cand multi-objective optimization of EDDG, Materials and Manufacturing Process, 28 (9) (2013) 1036-1041(SCI Indexed Journal)
    10. Shrivastava P.K., Dubey A.K., 2012. Experimental modeling and optimization of electric discharge diamond face grinding of metal matrix composite, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing technology,69(9-12) (2013) 2471-2480. (SCI Indexed Journal)
    11. Shrivastava P.K., Dubey A.K., 2012. EDM based hybrid machining processes, Journal of Engineering Manufacture: Part B, 228(6) (2014) 799-825. (SCI Indexed Journal)
    12. Shrivastava Pankaj Kumar, Dubey A.K. Computer aided hybrid NN-GA approach for modeling and optimization of EDDG process, International Journal of Abrasive Technology, 5(3) (2013) 245-257. Scopus Indexed Journal.
    13. Pankaj Kumar Shrivastava and Avanish Kumar Dubey, Study of electrical discharge abrasive grinding process performance using CBN abrasive. International Journal of Abrasive Technology, 7(2) (2015) 90-106. Scopus Indexed Journal.
    14. Shrivastava Pankaj Kumar, Dubey A.K. (2016) Modeling and multi-objective optimization of EDDG process using hybrid ANN-GA approach. International Journal of Abrasive Technology, 7 (3) 1-20. Scopus Indexed Journal.
    15. Pankaj Kumar Shrivastava, Narendra Jaiswal, Alok Ranjan, Experimental modeling and optimization of WEDM process of metal matrix composite, BLB-International Journal of Science & Technology, Special Issue (2015) 181-185.


    Papers in International Conferences:

    1. Shrivastava, P.K, Singh, P., Dubey, A.K., 2019. Performance Evaluation of Electrical Discharge Abrasive Grinding Process using Grinding Ratio, IEEE International Conference on System Modeling & Advancement in Research Trends, 22-23 November, Teerthanker Mahaveer University, Moradabad
    2. Shrivastava, P.K, Dubey, A.K., Pandey, N.K., 2018. Modeling and Simulation of MRR and Surface Roughness in EMAF. 2018 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, 16-19 December, Bangkok, Thailand.

    3.Shrivastava, P.K., Dwivedy P.P., Tripathi K., 2018. Modeling and Optimization of Grinding of Ceramics Using Hybrid Artificial Neural Network and Genetic Algorithm                 Approach. International conference on Science Technology and Management (ICSTM-2018), 5-6 June, 2018, Bangkok, Thailand.

    1. Shrivastava, P.K., Singh A., Singh A., 2017, Modeling and Optimization of Hybrid Metal Matrix Composite using Combined ANN & PSO approach. 2017 International conference on intelligent system, metaheuristics and swarm intelligence (ISMSI-2017), 25-27 March, Hong Kong.
    2. Agrawal A., Shrivastava P.K., Dubey A.K., 2016. Intelligent modeling and multi-objective optimization of powder mixed electrical discharge diamond grinding of MMC. 2016 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM), 4-7 December, Bali, Indonesia.
    3. Shrivastava, P.K., Dubey, A.K., 2016. Parametric analysis, modeling and optimization of surface roughness during EDAG with CBN abrasive. 3rdInternational Conference on soft computing and machine intelligence (ISCMI2916 2016), Dubai, UAE.
    4. Shrivastava, P.K., Parihar S., 2015. Modeling and single objective optimization of WEDM process using AI tools. International Conference on Big Data Analysis and Data Mining, 4-6 May 2015, Lexington, USA.
    5. Shrivastava, P.K., Dubey, A.K., 2015. Comparison of artificial neural network model and response surface model during EDAG of metal matrix composite. 2015 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, 6-9 December, Singapore.
    6. Shrivastava, P.K., Dubey, A.K., 2012. Intelligent modeling and optimization of material removal rate in electric discharge diamond grinding. Proceedings of the ASME 2012 International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA, pp. 431-438.
    7. Shrivastava, P.K., Dubey, A.K., Agrawal A. 2012. Modeling and Optimization of Tool Wear Rate in Powder Mixed EDM of MMC, 2ndInternational Conference on Mechanical and Robotics Engineering (ICMRE'2013) Dec. 17-18, 2013 Pattaya (Thailand)
    8. Shrivastava, P.K., Dubey, A.K., 2011. Intelligent modeling of surface roughness during diamond grinding of advance ceramics. International Conference of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management, 6-8 July, London, U.K., pp. 1-7.

    Papers in National Conferences:

    1. Shrivastava, P.K, Singh M.R. 2018. Study of vibration assisted electrical arc machining process using metal matrix composite. Proceedings of 19thISME Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (Mechanical System and Sutainability), 20-22 December, 2018, Dr B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar.
    2. Shrivastava, P.K, Singh M.R. 2018. Artificial Intelligence based modeling and optimization of MRR in EDM using superalloy. Proceedings of 19thISME Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (Mechanical System and Sutainability), 20-22 December, 2018, Dr B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar.
    3. Shrivastava, P.K., Pandey A.K. 2012. Capability and applications of electrical discharge machining. Proceedings of the National Conference on Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering, 29-30 November, TIT Bhopal (M.P.).
    4. Shrivastava, P.K., Pandey A.K. 2012. Applications of laser in manufacturing. Proceedings of the National Conference on Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering, 29-30 November, TIT Bhopal (M.P.).
    5. Shrivastava, P.K., Jaiswal N. 2014. Parametric Analysis, Modeling and Optimization of WEDM Process for Metal Matrix Composite. Proceedings of National Conference on Innovation in Futuristic Materials & Manufacturing Technique’s (IFMMT-2014), Manipal University, Jaipur, India, 26-27 December, 2014.
    6. Shrivastava, P.K., Tripathi A. 2014. Modelling and Optimization of Grinding of Ceramics Using Hybrid Approach of RSM and GA. Proceedings of National Conference on Innovation in Futuristic Materials & Manufacturing Technique’s (IFMMT-2014), Manipal University, Jaipur, India, 26-27 December, 2014.

    The department is carrying out following highly ambitious innovative projects in the area of machining processes

    1. The development of new metal matrix composite and experimental analysis using electrical discharge machining
    2. Electric Arc Machining: The development of setup and comparison with EDM




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    Jbm auto limited

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    Trimula industries limited

    Mahesh Tiwari

    Green plywood industries Pvt.  Ltd Rajkot GJ

    Atul Kumar Pandey

    ISMT LIMITED, Tube plant (A) (Indian seamless metal & Tubes) working as a Engineer (QA)


    Sanat Kumar Singh

    Site in charge in Gujarat state fertilizer and chemicals limited


    Rishi pandey

    Company name-Jayaswal Neco Industries Limited


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    NBC auto limited


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    Neilsoft Engineering Solutions


    Shubham Namdev

    Jindal steel and Power Limited


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