School of Mechanical Engineering, established in the year 1997, produces graduates who can meet the needs of rapidly changing industry which demands new skills. Vision of the School is to deliver world-class education and research in Mechanical Engineering, with particular regard to their application in industry, healthcare and commerce in a diverse society. It has a conducive ambience and specialized laboratories for Research and Development. Undergraduate students get opportunity to involve themselves in high-end research work to build skills beyond curriculum. In addition to classes, the School organizes regular visiting lectures delivered by Industry Experts and arranges industrial visits for both faculty and students. Postgraduate and Ph.D. scholars are engaged in high-end research and publication activities.

Current consultancy and research & development areas of the School include: Residual stresses in fusion welded structure, Surface finish optimization by high pressure impingement cooling and CAD modeling. Material Processing Technology, Cleaner Manufacturing Technology, Automotive Engineering and, Quality Engineering and Management are the other areas of interest. Research and development efforts of the School are supported by bodies like DST-SERC, AICTE-RPS, NI-MSME, MNRE, ARDB, AICTE-MOD ROBS, BRNS and IEI.

Campus facilities include air-conditioned classrooms, academic laboratories, research laboratories, 24×7 library and reading hall, conference hall, seminar hall, etc.

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in
Mechanical Engineering

4 years

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in
Mechanical Engineering (Automobile)

4 years

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in
Aerospace Engineering

4 years

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in
Mechatronics Engineering

4 years

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in
Production Engineering

4 years

For generations, freshmen in mechanical engineering programs across the country have confronted the challenge of wading through a curriculum front-loaded with math, physics, and chemistry, slowly working their way toward the reward of actually applying what they’re learning to the design and building of solutions to real-world engineering problems. Students want to see sooner how the theories they’re learning apply to the real world.” So SME faculty began implementing a practice integrated curriculum, designed to engage freshmen through seniors in applying theories which might otherwise be left on the pages of a textbook.

Program Educational Objectives

The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering) program are established and are listed as follows

Program Educational Objectives 1

PEO - 1

To provide students with mainstay in basic engineering fundamentals disciplines in order to plan, analyze and identify and to provide alternative solutions to solve problems through the application of maths, science and engineering principles and techniques and/or to lead a successful career in industries or pursue higher studies or entrepreneurial endeavors.

Program Educational Objectives 2

PEO - 2

To train students with good extensiveness of information in the field of Mechanical Engineering and related multi-disciplinary engineering streams so as to formulate engineering principles, order to offer techno-commercially feasible and socially acceptable solutions to real life problems.

Program Educational Objectives 3

PEO - 3

To provide graduates with learning environment awareness of the life-long learning needed for a successful professional career and to introduce them to write ethical codes and guidelines, perform excellence, leadership and demonstrate good citizenship.

Program Outcomes

The Program Outcomes of UG in Mechanical Engineering are:

  • Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in domain of mechanical engineering.
  • Ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex mechanical engineering problems using first principle of mathematics, basic science & engineering.
  • Ability to design a mechanical component or system or process to meet desired needs within constraining realistic factors including economy, safety and manufacturability.
  • Ability to design and conduct complex mechanical engineering experiments as well as to analyse and interpret the experimental data.
  • Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  • Ability to assess impact of contemporary social issues on professional practice.
  • Ability to recognize the sustainability and environmental impact of the engineering solutions.
  • Ability to follow prescribed norms, responsibilities and ethics in engineering practices.
  • Ability to work effectively as an individual and in a team.
  • Ability to communicate effectively through oral, written and pictorial means with engineering community and the society at large.
  • Ability to recognize the need for and to engage in life-long learning.
  • Ability to understand and apply engineering and management principles in executing projects.
  • Join a technical workforce as successful professionals in a wide range of mechanical engineering and related domains.
  • Pursue advanced degrees in engineering, business, or other professional fields.
  • Continuously advance themselves by expanding their technical and professional skills through formal means as well as through informal self-study.