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    Mechanical Engineering

    Mechanical engineering is one of the mature branches of engineering. It is also submitted as the “mother branch” of engineering. Mechanical engineering as an authority has the broadest appliance right from industrializing plants, automobiles, ships, robots, heating and cooling systems, aircrafts, to medical mechanism.

    Mechanical Engineering has been differentiated, conventionally, by extensive technological actions in the areas of product and machine plan; manufacturing and production engineering; the plan and fixing of thermal-fluid and/or mechanical systems; and the drawing, investigation and improvement.

    Mechanical Engineering comprises the knowledge and ability of formulation, management of systems and mechanism concerning thermodynamics, mechanics, fluid mechanics, plan, expansion and instrument and the alteration of power into functional effort.  Mechanical engineers exercise these core perceptions along with apparatus like computer-aided design and product lifecycle administration to plan, scrutinize and mechanization of equipments.

    Career opportunities

    In an extensive choice of stimulating industries like Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Robotics, Aerospace, Automotive, Bio-medical, Chemical, Computers, Electronics, Fossil and Nuclear Power and Textiles; In areas of research & development, plan, testing and valuation, developing, function and preservation, promoting, sales and management and in public sector units like ISRO, SAIL, NTPC, DDRO , Railways, ONGC, Indian Oil, and IAF.

    Mechanical engineers can also employ in non-engineering kinds of profession; these can be in vicinity such as: the military, government, medicine, research, technical sales, technical consulting, finance, management, law, technical publishing/science journalism, and teaching.

    1. Contracting Civil Engineer
    2. Control and Instrumentation Engineer
    3. Maintenance Engineer
    4. Mechanical Engineer
    5. Aeronautical Engineer
    6. Quality Engineer
    7. Production Engineer
    8. Automotive Engineer

    Features

    Industry Exposure

    We provide Industrial exposure to our students with the help of in-house excellent team of training and placement cell by making top industries visiting our campus and interacting in person to our students

    Intellectual Rigor in Academics

    We go extra mile to provide our students to provide best education with the most advance methodologies and concepts we follow.

    Entrepreneurship focus

    We make our students self dependant, market ready and ready to face the challenging scenarios of business life. We teach our students not only how to generate revenues but also how to manage it through our in-house Incubation centre and Entrepreneur cell.

    Life skills

    We teach our students not only to live in life but also how to live life.

    Minimum Requirement

    Year 1 entry
    Four Years Degree

    10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects: Chemistry / Biotechnology / Computer Science / Biology.
    Minimum Percentage Required- 50%.

    Year 2 entry
    Three Years Degree

    Lateral Entry is an undergraduate degree program that offers direct admission in second year, saving an academic year engagement and fees. It is mandatory to hold a 3 years engineering diploma in their respective branch to be eligible for the lateral entry program. Candidates who have B. Sc. Degree from a recognized university as defined by UGC and passed XII standard with Mathematics as a subject shall be eligible to apply.

    Syllabus Theory

    • Engineering Physics
    • Engineering Mathematics
    • Communicative English
    • Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
    • Human Values & Professional Ethics
    • Engineering Chemistry
    • Engineering Mathematics-II
    • Elements of Mech. Engineering
    • Engineering Drawing
    • Fundamentals of Computer Programming & IT
    • Environmental Science
    • Strength of Materials- I
    • Theory of Machines-I
    • Machine Drawing
    • Applied Thermodynamics –I
    • Manufacturing Processes – I
    • Engineering Materials & Metallurgy
    • Strength of Materials – II
    • Theory of Machines – II
    • Fluid Mechanics
    • Applied  Thermodynamics – II
    • Manufacturing Processes-II
    • Mathematics-III
    • Design of Machine Elements – I
    • Computer aided Design and Manufacturing
    • Mechanical Measurement and Metrology
    • Industrial Automation and Robotics
    • Automobile Engineering
    • Design of Machine Elements II
    • Heat Transfer
    • Fluid Machinery
    • Statistical and
    • Numerical Methods in Engineering
    • Departmental Elective-I
    • Industrial Engineering & Management
    • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
    • Mechanical
    • Vibrations
    • Department Elective-ll
    • Open Elective
    • Software Training
    • Industry Oriented Project Training

    Syllabus Laboratory

    • Engineering Physics Laboratory
    • Basic Electrical & Electronics Lab
    • Manufacturing Practice
    • Communicative English Laboratory
    • Fundamental of Programming in IT Laboratory Engineering Chemistry Laboratory Engineering
    • Computer Graphics Laboratory I
    • Engineering Materials & Metallurgy
    • Strength of Materials
    • Applied Thermodynamics
    • Fluid Mechanics
    • Manufacturing Processes
    • Theory of Machines
    • Computer aided Design and Manufacturing
    • Mechanical Measurement and Metrology
    • Industrial Automation and Robotics
    • Automobile Engineering
    • Heat Transfer
    • Fluid Machinery
    • Minor Project
    • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
    • Mechanical Vibrations
    • Major Project
    •  Project (Industrial Training)

    Career

    Globalization and India’s policy for greater investment in infrastructure have led to a remarkable increase in investment in projects supporting core infrastructure such as highways, transport corridors, airports, harbours and energy. This has resulted in the revitalization of careers for qualified civil engineers in both public and private sector. Further, the growth in the Indian economy has also resulted in considerable private investment in upgrading existing manufacturing infrastructure and increasing capacities-all of these activities will need the services of a Civil Engineer.

    • Automobile Engineering
    • Cement Industry
    • Steel
    • Power Sector
    • Hydraulics
    • Manufacturing Plants
    • Drilling and Mining Industry
    • Petroleum
    • Aeronautical
    • Biotechnology
    • Automobile Engineering
    • Cement Industry
    • Steel
    • Power Sector
    • Hydraulics
    • Manufacturing Plants
    • Drilling and Mining Industry
    • Petroleum
    • Aeronautical
    • Biotechnology