Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineers require a solid understanding of key concepts, including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, energy, and manufacturing. They use these principles in the design and analysis of automobiles, aircraft, heating and cooling systems, industrial equipment, and machinery. The mechanical engineering curriculum aims to create a flexible undergraduate educational experience in design, mathematics, modeling, computing, management, and engineering science. To impart these inputs, the Department has a team of highly qualified faculty, well-equipped workshops, and laboratories. Students are provided with good computational knowledge and exposed to mechanical engineering software. The program enables the students to take up careers in a broad spectrum of industries. Many IT industries also have CAD/CIM divisions, which increase the job potential of mechanical engineers. Staff members are bringing out the hidden caliber of the students and enabling them to showcase their creativity.