1) Industrial visit Indo-Therm Engineers Pvt .Ltd.
The New Horizon Institute of Technology and Management, Thane organized One Day Industrial Visit for Second year Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering Students along with two faculty Members Ms Priyanka Gurao from Mechatronics Department and Mr. Ashwani Sharma from the Department of Mechanical Engineering to the Indo-Therm Engineers Pvt. Ltd. , which is located in Wagale Industrial Estate, Thane at the distance of 11 Km from the college premises.
The objective of this visit was to acquire practical knowledge of different Heat treatment procedures taking place at industrial level such as Hardening, Tempering, annealing, solution annealing and Normalizing. The industry manufactures the range of furnaces as well as heat treatment equipments which meet the application requirement of shipping and aviation industry.
This visit gave an exposure to students and faculty members about actual heat treatments taking place at industrial level apart from helping them to gain and enhance the practical knowledge under the domain of Engineering Materials and Metallurgy and related to Material Technology which are learned as part of curriculum for under graduate course of Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering.
2)Industrial Visit: Micro Turners, Panchkula, HP
The New Horizon Institute of Technology and Management, Thane organized an industrial visit of nine days from 4 January to 12 January, 2018 for the Final Year students of the Civil and Computer Engineering Department. The faculty members Mr. Deepak Khachane and Mr. Rushikesh Nikam, Computer Engineering; Ms. Rasika Shelar, Mechanical Engineering and Ms. Swati Bhangale, Civil Engineering Department accompanied the students to the factory visit at Micro Turners, Panchkula, Himachal Pradesh. The objective of this visit was to help the students understand the concrete production in engineering and learn the Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programming. The Engineering students observed the operations of the CNC machines such as drilling, molding, cutting, and threading. The industry manufactures nuts, bolts, gears, and parts of the engine. The visit was a learning experience for the students and faculty as they obtained perceptions and insights regarding the applied aids needed to be a skilled Engineer.