Mechanical Engineering

The evergreen branch in engineering stream finds its way from the day the stone-age man chiseled his first tool to progressing towards the artificial hands which holds the tool, the field of mechanical engineering has come a long way. Today, apart from the core areas like the automobile industry, mining, aerospace engineering & material sciences; a mechanical engineer finds his utility in areas such as the IT industry and banking sectors. A mechanical engineering curriculum is diverse and it is central to so many modern industries (e.g. aerospace, shipping, defence armament, refrigeration & air conditioning, biomedical, automobile, mechatronics, etc.) and hence individual mechanical engineers are employed in a wide range of engineering endeavors, from initial research & development of a product to manufacturing and marketing. In a way, mechanical engineers are involved in creating the future. The work of a Mechanical Engineer can be extremely challenging and fulfilling, requiring IT, design and analytical skills together with an ability to work as a team in multidisciplinary streams.

Key Laboratories –

  • Heat Transfer Lab.       
  • Measurement Systems Lab.          
  • Engineering Metallurgy Lab. 
  •  Theory of Machine Lab.    
  • Production Technology Lab.    
  • Energy Conversion Lab.
  • Refrigeration and AC Lab.   
  • Mechanical Workshop .
  • Non-Conventional Energy Lab.   
  • I. C. Engine Lab.                          
  • Automation Engineering Lab.
  • CAD/CAM/CAE  Lab.