The Department of Mechanical Engineering, in 16 years of its establishment, has come a long way developing along modern lines by laying emphasis upon Computational Tools, Simulation, and Analysis, Designing and Manufacturing Techniques. The Department has identified the following areas for growth:
The Department offers two Undergraduate degree programs in Mechanical and Production engineering. These B.E. Courses have laid proper emphasis upon manufacturing and design courses with broad-based electives, two-semester project work and focus on basics. Also the Department intends to provide a flexible approach for the students to specialize in CAD/CAM through a host of professional electives, seminars and mandatory practical training in industry.
The Objective of the Mechanical Engineering Department is to assist the students to develop the professional skill in the discipline of Mechanical Engineering and to enable them to persue the professional carrier as Mechanical Engineer in the nation and international arena. The department offers two undergraduate courses and one postgraduate course:
Today, the world of Mechanical Engineering changes under the influence of advanced computational tools, vastly improved simulation and analysis, and entirely different manufacturing protocols. This has opened up new era of research in the department, such as Fracture Mechanics, Rapid Prototyping, Computational Heat Transfer, Supply Chain Management, Advanced Manufacturing Processes, CAD/CAM/CIM, Robotics and Mechatronics, Knowledge Management, Operations Management, Energy Management, Control Engineering.