Mechanical Engg

Department of Mechanical Engineering

About The Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is functioning since the inception of the institute & is imparting quality education at undergraduate level in Mechanical Engineering with the intake of 120 Students. The Department from the day of its inception has been taking long strides in the field of Latest Technology. The Department houses a full range of state-of-the-art Laboratories with the equipments conforming to the latest technology. Apart from the laboratories, the Department also owns a complete Central Workshop having efficient and competent Technical Assistants under the leadership of an able workshop Superintendent and Head of Department. The Department has well Qualified, Dedicated & Enthusiastic Faculties as well as Technical Assistants.

The Department gives emphasis in emerging areas like CAD /CAM, CIM, Robotics, Mechatronics , CFD and Renewable Energy etc. The Department organizes various numbers of Workshops, Seminars, and Conferences every year. The Department always strives for the excellence and leaves no stones unturned to inculcate the culture of endless quest of Learning and Skill Enhancement. The Student’s Technical Club of the department is very active and on-job Practical Workshops with the help of renowned companies are regularly organized.

To expose students to cutting edge technologies Special Workshops are conducted every year. In addition to Special Workshops, the department regularly organizes Guest Lectures and Industrial visits. Additional Skill Development Programmes are conducted that ensures graduates are Industry ready and has the best placement opportunities.


To become an innovative knowledge center in mechanical engineering through state-of- the-art teaching-learning and research practices, promoting creative thinking professionals.


The Department of Mechanical Engineering is dedicated for transforming the students into highly competent Mechanical engineers to meet the needs of the industry, in a changing and challenging technical environment, by strongly focusing in the fundamentals of engineering sciences for achieving excellent results in their professional pursuits.

Quality Policy

To pursuit global Standards of excellence in all our endeavors namely teaching, research and continuing education and to remain accountable in our core and support functions, through processes of self-evaluation and continuous improvement.

To create a midst of excellence for imparting state of art education, industry- oriented training research in the field of technical education.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

The Program Educational Objectives of the program offered by the department are broadly listed below:


To provide sound foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems.


To provide thorough knowledge in Mechanical Engineering subjects including theoretical knowledge and practical training for preparing physical models pertaining to Thermodynamics, Hydraulics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Dynamics of Machinery, Jet Propulsion, Automobile Engineering, Element Analysis, Production Technology, Mechatronics etc.


To make the students to design, experiment, analyze, interpret in the core field with the help of other inter disciplinary concepts wherever applicable.


To inculcate the habit of lifelong learning for career development through successful completion of advanced degrees, professional development courses, industrial training


To impart technical knowledge, ethical values for professional development of the student to solve complex problems and to work in multi-disciplinary ambience, whose solutions lead to significant societal benefits.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

PSO1: Ability to analyze, design and develop Mechanical systems to solve the Engineering problems by integrating thermal, design and manufacturing Domains.

PSO2: Ability to succeed in competitive examinations or to pursue higher studies or research.

PSO3: Ability to apply the learned Mechanical Engineering Knowledge for the Development of Society and self.

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Mechanical Engineering Laboratory

The Department has state-of-art laboratories and workshops which provides ample facilities for experiments and hands-on training to the students both in the academic subjects as also in the emerging fields of specialization.

Engineering Mechanics Lab

This laboratory gives the basic understanding of structural member under the action of loads. The students will experience the changes in behaviour of structure due to application of loads. Basics of determinate structures will be introduced through experiment. The main purpose of any structure is to support the loads coming on it by properly transferring them to the foundation. The students will be able to compute internal, external forces and displacements produced by the application of loads to make the structure safe. Detailed analysis is to be performed to determine the bending moments, shear force, axial forces etc at the required section.

Thermal Lab

The purpose of thermal engineering laboratory is to give conceptual and principles involving in thermal science, especially focusing on Internal Combustion Engine, Steam Generators and Compressors.

Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines Lab

Determination of fluid forces and behavior during the fluid flow over a solid object. The lab is equipped with different flow measuring set-ups such as Venturi meter, orifice-plate, etc., where students can visualize the basic theory of working of the flow meter.

Strength of material Lab

In Strength of Materials Laboratory, students will have the opportunity to apply loads to various materials under different equilibrium conditions. The student will perform tests on different materials in tension, torsion, bending, and buckling etc. These conditions and/or constraints are designed to reinforce classroom theory. By performing required tests in this lab, students get a near realistic feel of the experiment. Student can analyse subsequent data, and compare the results with theory.

Heat & Mass Transfer Lab

The laboratory consists of experiments on various conductive, convective, radiative mechanisms of heat transfer.

Theory of Machine Lab

This lab consists of all basic equipments for understanding mechanisms, apparatus etc. at undergraduate level such as gyroscope, governor, jibcrane, screw jack, worm-wheel apparatus etc. The lab is to impart practical knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machine. With the study of rigid bodies motions and forces for the transmission systems, machine kinematics and dynamics can be well understood.

Measurement & Quality Control Lab

Measurement Laboratory is a well-equipped laboratory which provides ideas on hands on experience with various measuring instruments to utilize in industries. On evaluating mechanical properties of a given specimen or structure.Students also get opportunity to implement their ideas through various application oriented micro projects.

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab

The lab is well-equipped and enables students to understand the basics of refrigeration and air conditioning. The trainer consists of a hermetically sealed compressor; forced convection air-cooled condenser, filter / drier, flow meter, expansion device and shell & coil type evaporator. Separate pressure gauges are provided to record suction and discharge pressures and digital temperature indicators for various temperatures.


This course is the integration of Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided-Manufacturing (CAM). It involves the study of modern prototyping and machining methods, teaching the use of specific software for converting 2D and 3D CAD drawing geometry directly into tool path information used to drive numerically controlled turning and milling.

Mechanical Workshop

The well supported and systematically laid Workshop department provides hands on work experience to our students. The Department is well equipped with lathes, milling, drilling, shaping, grinding & welding machines. Students who get hands-on experience in basic trades like Fitting, Carpentry, Smithy, Moulding, Pattern Making, Sheet Metal etc. These trades are taught by a team of dedicated & experienced skilled instructors. Large numbers of colour charts giving information about different machines, machine elements, tooling are displayed as a ready reference for students. Workshop Department of the institute is systematically developed. The Central Workshop is a common facility which provides fabrication services for projects and prototype fabrication to all the students and have following sections.

Machine Shop

In this method component is manufactured by removal of material using cutting tool on machines like turning lathe, milling machine, shaping machine, grinding machine, etc. This is widely used method in Mechanical engineering Industry.

Carpentry / Pattern Making Shop

This method is used for making patterns of cast components. Over this pattern sand mould is prepared and molten material is poured to fill the cavities. After cooling, molten metal solidifies and component is ready for further processing.

Welding Shop

Welding has wide scope in assembly of components. There are various methods of joining parts e.g., bolting, riveting, flaring, crimping, etc. Welding is on such joining method which involves melting the edges together with or without addition of filler material. Welding is extensively used in fabrication and is widely used in industry for components which are not required to be disassembled.

Fitting Shop

In today's industry most of the work is done on automatic machines and finished to a fairly good degree of accuracy. However, still they require some operations to be done by hands so as to make them fit properly. There are many components and equipment's which need basic fitting skill to manufacture. (e.g., Surface plate, wooden furniture, machine assembly). Fitting is assembling of parts together by filing, chipping, sawing, scrapping, tapping etc.


This method is largely used for manufacturing components having complex shapes which cannot be made by using other methods like machining, forging etc.


This method is used where grain structure of material is refined to achieve increased strength.


This course is the integration of Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided-Manufacturing (CAM). It involves the study of modern prototyping and machining methods, teaching the use of specific software for converting 2D and 3D CAD drawing geometry directly into tool path information used to drive numerically controlled turning and milling.

Career Prospects

Mechanical Engineers deal with designing, development, production, installation, operation and maintenance of the smallest equipment to the largest machineries.

The field of mechanical engineering is one of the oldest yet the most dynamic discipline of engineering which deals with the study of kinematic chains, it’s functioning, designing, analysis of many types of systems, technologies, and materials.

Job profiles of Mechanical Engineers

Mechanical Engineers are regularly recruited in both public and private sectors. Students with a B. Tech degree in Mechanical Engineering can join an Industry as Assistant Engineers or Engineering/Management Trainees and go up the ladder to become Executive Engineers, Managers or Directors.

Some of the job profiles of Mechanical Engineers are

Automotive engineer

Aerospace Engineer

Petroleum Engineer

Service and Maintenance Engineer

Materials Engineer

Control and Instrumentation Engineer

CAD Technician

Robotic engineer

Project Manager

Maintenance engineer

Production Engineer

R&D Engineer

Operations Manager


The sectors that provide major opportunities to a Mechanical Engineer are:

Manufacturing Industries

(Metal & Alloy, Paper, Leather, Textile, Electronics, Electricals)

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industries

(Refrigerator, Air-Conditioner, HVAC)

Agricultural Industries

(Food Production, Food Processing, Tools and Machinery)

Automotive Industries

(Car, Bus, Truck, Motor Cycle, Cranes, Bulldozer)

Defense Industries

(Fighter Jet, Frigate, Submarine, Missile)

Railway Industries

(Locomotive, Coach, Wagon, Wheel and Axle)

Aerospace Industries

(Aeroplane, Helicopter, Rocket, Satellite, SLV)

Power Plant Industries

(Thermal, Nuclear)

Oil and Gas Exploration and Refining Industries
Ship Building Industries

(Cruise Ship, Cargo Ship, Yacht)

Chemical Industries

(Plastic, Soap, Glass, Pharmaceutical, Fertilizer, Disinfectants)

Engineering Consultancy Services

Mechanical Engineers are also absorbed in Modern Engineering Sectors like

Nanotechnology Companies (Computer Chip, Carbon Nanotube, Nanoglue) Biomechanical and Biomedical Industries ( Cardiac Pacemaker, Oxygen Concentrator, Pulse Oximeter)
Robot Manufacturing Industries
Renewable Energy Industries
(Material Handling Robot, Welding Robot, Agricultural Robot, Robot Vacuum Cleaner)
(Hydel, Solar, Wind, Geothermal, Tidal)

Top Recruitersfor Mechanical Engineers are:

Tata Steel

Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO)

Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)

Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) Tata Projects

Mahindra and Mahindra

Ashok Leyalnd

Usha Martin


Tata Motors

Indian Railways

Indian Army



Cummins India

General Motors


Reliance Group

Adani Group

Tata Power

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL)

Larsen and Toubro

Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)




Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC)

Godrej Group

Maruti Suzuki

Bajaj automobiles

Bhaba Atomic Research Centre (BARC)


Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)

Coal India

Swayam and MOOCs

National Digital Library India (Club)