Mechanical Engineering

The fewer moving parts, the better.” “Exactly. No truer words were ever spoken in the context of engineering.

- Christian Cantrell


“The department aspires to be a symbiotic learning space in Mechanical Engineering in equilibrium with the technological and socio-economic progress of mankind”.


Students of this course are taken through fundamental concepts of Thermal Science and Metallurgical Engineering, towards cutting edge technologies like Computational Fluid Mechanics, Computer Aided Manufacturing, CAD Lab, Metrology, Statistical Techniques in Modern Manufacturing, Finite Element Software Analysis, Industrial Heat Transfer etc.

After undergoing the common courses in the first two semesters the students undergo courses in Numerical Analysis and Programming, Electronics, Thermal Science, Mechanics of Solids, Mechanics of Fluids, Foundry Technology and theoretical Induction courses in Kinematics and Dynamics OF Machines, Heat Transfer and IC Engines. Electrical Machines, Operation Research, Manufacturing, Computer Graphics and Multimedia in semester 3 and 4. All these courses are supplemented by Lab Work and Practical Experimentation.

In semester 5 and 6, the students are trained in latest subjects like LAN and Networking, Machine Designing, Press Working, Data Base Management Systems, Micros Processors, Fluid Systems, Metal Cutting etc., Fracture Mechanics, Precision Engineering, Turbo Machinery, Advanced Management Types etc., (supplemented by appropriate practical and laboratory work).

In semester 7 and 8, the subjects covered are the most modern and advanced, involving Metrology, Computer Aided Manufacturing, Mechanics, Quality Control and Quality Assurance covering Statistical Techniques, ISO-9000 standards, Advanced Methods of Manufacturing including Non-Traditional Machining Methods like EDM and ECM.

As an elective subject and to cover advanced techniques, the students are given courses in Computer Aided Design, Automotive Engineering, selected specialise topics in Management etc., supplemented by appropriate practical work in the laboratories.

Mechanical engineering deals with the design, development, installation, operation and maintenance of anything that has moving parts. Because of this, you’ll find relevant opportunities in a range of sectors, including Aerospace Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Construction, Energy, Manufacturing, Railway Engineering etc. and also in Public and Private sector firms like Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC), Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL), TATA Group, Thermax, Larsen & Toubro, The Godrej Group, Ashok Leyland, Kirloskar, General Motors, ThyssenKrupp, Mahindra & Mahindra etc.

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