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B.E. Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Vision

The department aspires to produce experts in mechanical engineering with moral values and it envisions to set up centers of excellence in innovative design and testing, composite materials, automation, automotive technology and green fuels.

Mission

  • To produce world class mechanical engineering graduates by promoting core technical competency blended with advanced computing skills, creative thinking and desire to upgrade continuously
  • To empower them to the expectation of the industries in our country and abroad
  • To impart the interpersonal skills and make them realize the values of life.

Department Highlights

  • The department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the versatile and foremost departments of SKCET.
  • The department has 21 labs with two special centres of excellence for Research and Development and two more for Industry based training. The department also has two fab-labs for student’s projects.
  • The department is permanently affiliated to Anna University since 2006 due to its infrastructure and facilities.
  • Clubs and associations in the department promote innovative thinking among the students. The department has eight clubs and associations like Society of Automotive Engineers, Institute of Indian Foundrymen, Association of Mechanical Engineering, etc.
  • Students are involved in funded projects obtained from DST, AICTE, UGC, etc. Joint journal publications and patenting with faculty members are encouraged.
  • Students are molded to the requirements of the industry through industry based curriculum, internships, extramural activities, etc.

 

HOD’s Desk

Dr. P. Ashoka Varthanan

Professor and Head

  • I take this opportunity to welcome you all to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore. The department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the foremost and well established departments in the Institution. The department offers undergraduate degree programme in Mechanical Engineering and post graduate programme in Engineering Design. The department of mechanical engineering is also a recognised research center for offering PhD programmes under Anna University.
  • The college is granted autonomous status since the year 2011 and the curriculum of the mechanical engineering department is updated as per the requirements of the industries. The undergraduate and postgraduate curriculums are drafted based on feedbacks received from eminent industries and academic institutions like L&T, TVS Motors, Hyundai, Ford, BHEL, General Electric Corporation, IGCAR, HAL, IIT Madras and NIT Trichy. The students are exposed to upcoming technologies like Internet of Things, Data Analytics, Immersive Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The students of mechanical engineering department are offered skill based training in the fields of Non Destructive Testing, modelling and analysis using CATIA/CREO/ANSYS, Automotive Training through SAE SKILL INDIA initiative, Training on Automotive Design by SEINE AEROSPACE centre of excellence in the campus. The students are well moulded for the industry environment by sending them to mandatory internships and inplant trainings in pioneering industries. In all, they are industry ready and can take up responsibilities from Day1 onwards.
  • The students are also exposed to the AICTE, UGC and DST funded Research and Development works carried out by the faculty members. The department encourages the students to publish paper in journals and file patents with the faculty fraternity. The faculty members are well qualified and exposed to latest practices of the industries and they have been conferred with many prestigious awards. Several faculty members serve on the editorial boards of national and international journals, review technical articles for journals on a regular basis and organize international symposia, conferences and workshops.
  • The department is well known for its vibrant club activities and the noteworthy clubs/chapters include the SAE club, IIF Chapter and Society of Automation and Robotics club. The department thrives to produce world class mechanical engineers with ethical values.

Faculty List for B.E – Mechanical Engineering

S.NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationDOJNature of Association
1Dr. P. AshokaVarthananPh.DProfessor &
Head
12-07-2004Regular
2Dr. K. BalasubramanianPh.DProfessor03-07-2000Regular
3Mr. N. V. KrishnamoorthyM.EProfessor01-06-1999Regular
4Dr. N. BalajiPh.DProfessor02-06-2008Regular
5Dr. R. RamamoorthiPh.DProfessor02-07-2007Regular
6Dr. R. SoundararajanPh.DProfessor13-06-2008Regular
7Dr. R. JeyakumarPh.DProfessor02-06-2008Regular
8Dr. C. RajendranPh.DAssociate Professor29-05-2017Regular
9Dr. C. Samson Jerold SamuelPh.DAssociate Professor27-05-2011Regular
10Dr. S. RajaPh.DAssociate Professor01-06-2011Regular
11Dr. M. VigneshkumarPh.DAssociate Professor09-07-2012Regular
12Dr. K. P. YuvarajPh.DAssociate Professor20-05-2013Regular
13Dr. R. ArunBharathiPh.DAssociate Professor05-09-2011Regular
14Dr. S. KarthikPh.DAssociate Professor20-06-2017Regular
15Dr. A. RajeshPh.DAssociate Professor21-09-2012Regular
16Dr. V. P. SrinivasanPh.DAssociate Professor02-05-2017Regular
17Dr. Ben Ruben. RPh.DAssociate Professor11-06-2018Regular
18Dr. R. B. ManoramPh.DAssistant Professor22-06-2015Regular
19Dr. A. SathishkumarPh.DAssistant Professor08-06-2018Regular
20Dr. S. BalamuruganM.EAssistant Professor02-06-2017Regular
21Mr. R. Arun KumarM.EAssistant Professor03-06-2013Regular
22Mr. N. BabuM.EAssistant Professor03-06-2013Regular
23Mr. S. BaluMahandiranM.EAssistant Professor01-07-2013Regular
24Mr. P. RaghuvaranM.EAssistant Professor02-06-2014Regular
25Mr. J. BaskaranM.EAssistant Professor02-06-2014Regular
26Mr. R. Siva SubramanianM.EAssistant Professor04-06-2015Regular
27Mr. N. RamachandranM.EAssistant Professor22-06-2016Regular
28Mr. J. DhiyaneswaranM.EAssistant Professor05-06-2017Regular
29Mr. M. VinoshM.EAssistant Professor12-06-2017Regular
30Mr. K. N. GunasekaranM.EAssistant Professor04-06-2018Regular

MoU Signed

An MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) is signed between our institution and companies for the benefit of our students. MoU or Letter of Intent (LoI) is an agreement between two parties in order to achieve a common goal. The students can avail internships, do projects, explore possibilities of profession before graduation and Industrial Training. Our Institution has signed the following MoU with industries and organisation in order to guide the students to reach a spirit of learning and sense of commitment.

S.noName of the MOUDate Of MOU Signed OnValid Date
1KPIT Technologies Ltd14.10.20221 Year
2AICRA23.11.20213 Years
3KOMET Precision Tools India Private Limited06.11.20195 Years
4Geotrix Building Envelope Pvt.ltd. Bangalore18.08.20183 Years
5Valparaiso University, USA06.02.20184 years
6ACCE Coimbatore Center10.02.20145 Years
7Confederation of Indian Industry, Coimbatore08.03.2002Life time
8Cameron Manufacturing India Pvt.ltd. Coimbatore28.08.2009Life time validity
9CODISSIA, Coimbatore10.07.2002Life time validity
10Coimbatore Industrial Infrastructure Association, Coimbatore21.09.20163 Years
11The Coimbatore Product Council, Coimbatore19.01.2016Life time validity
12Hetrogenous Communication Technology Pvt.Ltd, Chennai10.02.2014Life time validity
13IBM Academic Initiative, Bangalore08.06.2009Life time validity
14Infosys Technologies Ltd, Bangalore23.12.2004Life time
15Innovatus Systems, Coimbatore10.02.2014Life time validity
16V Land'S Best Hub Pvt. Ltd. Coimbatore03.10.20174 Years
17NIIT Limited, New Delhi24.07.20095 Years
18Power Engineering & Automation Private Ltd, Bangalore10.02.2014Life time validity
19Rover, Components Limited, Coimbatore09.05.2005Life time validity
20Seine Group of Companoes, India23.03.20173 Years
21Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Mumbai29.05.20093 Years
22Komet Precision Tools India Private Limited, Bangalore.06.11.20195 Years
23Barry –wehmiller International20174 Years
24Shanthi Gears Limited20173 Years

Programme Outcomes

Graduates will be able to:

  • PO-1
    Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO-2
    Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO-3
    Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO-4
    Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO-5
    Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO-6
    The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO-7
    Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO-8
    Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO-9
    Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO-10
    Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO-11
    Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO-12
    Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

  • Provide strong foundation in the science and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze real time mechanical engineering problems.
  • Develop the ability to synthesize data and technical concepts for making decisions in an ethical manner considering the socio-economic scenario.
  • Enable to work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects with good communication and interpersonal skills in the emerging areas like automation, composite materials, automotive technology and green fuels.
  • Prepare for successful careers in industry that meet the needs of Indian and Multinational companies and to inculcate the qualities of continuous learning and entrepreneurial skills.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO-1
    Design, develop and analyse the engineering components using advanced design software’s.
  • PSO-2
    Ability to fabricate real time mechanical systems and test its worthiness.
  • PSO-3
    Ability to apply the advancements in mechanical engineering to promote automation.
S.NODEPARTMENTINDUSTRY / INSTITUTEOUTCOMES
1MECHSiene Aerospace Products Design, DubaiAutomotive Design
2MECHAICTE and DSTMaterials Processing and Testing Lab
3MECHPricol LtdAutomobile

Mechanical Engineering

About

Mechanical Engineering (MECH) is a core discipline that applies the principles of physics and materials science for design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. The department was established in the year 1998 and it offers one U.G. Degree Programme – B.E.Mechanical Engineering and one P.G. Degree Programme M.E. Engineering Design. In addition, the department is a recognised research centre by Anna University for offering PhD program. More than 16 candidates have completed PhD in the research centre and 34 more are pursuing their research. Well trained and qualified faculty members drawn from leading industries and academic Institutions form the backbone of the department. The department has received research and development funds to a tune of Rs.500 lakhs from various Government and Private funding agencies like AICTE, DST, UGC and leading Industries.

Asahi Glass, Sanmar, Cameron, Shanthi Gears, Brakes India, TVS Sundaram Fasteners, Scuff Valves, L&T Valves, Emerson, Bosch, JSW Steels, Brakes India, Ceat, LMW, GE Valves, Flowserve, Accenture, TCS, CTS, Vuram Technologies, Vedantu, ZifoRnd Solutions are some of the prominent placement companies that visit our campus for campus recruitment. The department is well known for its vibrant club activities and professional chapters including the SAE club, Institution of Indian Foundry Chapter, Society of Automation and Robotics (SAR), Energy Club (Coimbatore) and Association of Mechanical Engineers.

The students are trained through the advanced labs and Centres of Excellence like the Seine Aerospace Vehicle Design Lab, DST-FIST supported Centre for Advance Research in Materials and Manufacturing and AICRA supported SAR Lab.
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Vision

The department aspires to produce experts in mechanical engineering with moral values and it envisions to set up centers of excellence in innovative design and testing, composite materials, automation, automotive technology and green fuels.

Mission

  • To produce world class mechanical engineering graduates by promoting core technical competency blended with advanced computing skills, creative thinking and desire to upgrade continuously
  • To empower them to the expectation of the industries in our country and abroad
  • To impart the interpersonal skills and make them realize the values of life.

Department Highlights

  • The department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the versatile and foremost departments of SKCET.
  • The department has 21 labs with two special centres of excellence for Research and Development and two more for Industry based training. The department also has two fab-labs for student’s projects.
  • The department is permanently affiliated to Anna University since 2006 due to its infrastructure and facilities.
  • Clubs and associations in the department promote innovative thinking among the students. The department has eight clubs and associations like Society of Automotive Engineers, Institute of Indian Foundrymen, Association of Mechanical Engineering, etc.
  • Students are involved in funded projects obtained from DST, AICTE, UGC, etc. Joint journal publications and patenting with faculty members are encouraged.
  • Students are molded to the requirements of the industry through industry based curriculum, internships, extramural activities, etc.

 

HOD’s Desk

Dr. P. Ashoka Varthanan

Professor and Head

  • I take this opportunity to welcome you all to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore. The department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the foremost and well established departments in the Institution. The department offers undergraduate degree programme in Mechanical Engineering and post graduate programme in Engineering Design. The department of mechanical engineering is also a recognised research center for offering PhD programmes under Anna University.
  • The college is granted autonomous status since the year 2011 and the curriculum of the mechanical engineering department is updated as per the requirements of the industries. The undergraduate and postgraduate curriculums are drafted based on feedbacks received from eminent industries and academic institutions like L&T, TVS Motors, Hyundai, Ford, BHEL, General Electric Corporation, IGCAR, HAL, IIT Madras and NIT Trichy. The students are exposed to upcoming technologies like Internet of Things, Data Analytics, Immersive Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The students of mechanical engineering department are offered skill based training in the fields of Non Destructive Testing, modelling and analysis using CATIA/CREO/ANSYS, Automotive Training through SAE SKILL INDIA initiative, Training on Automotive Design by SEINE AEROSPACE centre of excellence in the campus. The students are well moulded for the industry environment by sending them to mandatory internships and inplant trainings in pioneering industries. In all, they are industry ready and can take up responsibilities from Day1 onwards.
  • The students are also exposed to the AICTE, UGC and DST funded Research and Development works carried out by the faculty members. The department encourages the students to publish paper in journals and file patents with the faculty fraternity. The faculty members are well qualified and exposed to latest practices of the industries and they have been conferred with many prestigious awards. Several faculty members serve on the editorial boards of national and international journals, review technical articles for journals on a regular basis and organize international symposia, conferences and workshops.
  • The department is well known for its vibrant club activities and the noteworthy clubs/chapters include the SAE club, IIF Chapter and Society of Automation and Robotics club. The department thrives to produce world class mechanical engineers with ethical values.

Faculty List for B.E – Mechanical Engineering

S.NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationDOJNature of Association
1Dr. P. AshokaVarthananPh.DProfessor &
Head
12-07-2004Regular
2Dr. K. BalasubramanianPh.DProfessor03-07-2000Regular
3Mr. N. V. KrishnamoorthyM.EProfessor01-06-1999Regular
4Dr. N. BalajiPh.DProfessor02-06-2008Regular
5Dr. R. RamamoorthiPh.DProfessor02-07-2007Regular
6Dr. R. SoundararajanPh.DProfessor13-06-2008Regular
7Dr. R. JeyakumarPh.DProfessor02-06-2008Regular
8Dr. C. RajendranPh.DAssociate Professor29-05-2017Regular
9Dr. C. Samson Jerold SamuelPh.DAssociate Professor27-05-2011Regular
10Dr. S. RajaPh.DAssociate Professor01-06-2011Regular
11Dr. M. VigneshkumarPh.DAssociate Professor09-07-2012Regular
12Dr. K. P. YuvarajPh.DAssociate Professor20-05-2013Regular
13Dr. R. ArunBharathiPh.DAssociate Professor05-09-2011Regular
14Dr. S. KarthikPh.DAssociate Professor20-06-2017Regular
15Dr. A. RajeshPh.DAssociate Professor21-09-2012Regular
16Dr. V. P. SrinivasanPh.DAssociate Professor02-05-2017Regular
17Dr. Ben Ruben. RPh.DAssociate Professor11-06-2018Regular
18Dr. R. B. ManoramPh.DAssistant Professor22-06-2015Regular
19Dr. A. SathishkumarPh.DAssistant Professor08-06-2018Regular
20Dr. S. BalamuruganM.EAssistant Professor02-06-2017Regular
21Mr. R. Arun KumarM.EAssistant Professor03-06-2013Regular
22Mr. N. BabuM.EAssistant Professor03-06-2013Regular
23Mr. S. BaluMahandiranM.EAssistant Professor01-07-2013Regular
24Mr. P. RaghuvaranM.EAssistant Professor02-06-2014Regular
25Mr. J. BaskaranM.EAssistant Professor02-06-2014Regular
26Mr. R. Siva SubramanianM.EAssistant Professor04-06-2015Regular
27Mr. N. RamachandranM.EAssistant Professor22-06-2016Regular
28Mr. J. DhiyaneswaranM.EAssistant Professor05-06-2017Regular
29Mr. M. VinoshM.EAssistant Professor12-06-2017Regular
30Mr. K. N. GunasekaranM.EAssistant Professor04-06-2018Regular

Student Achievements

Witness the exceptional as our students not only master the intricacies of engineering but also carve their names on the zenith of academic accolades, showcasing unparalleled dedication.

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Placements

Our resolute commitment to cultivating future leaders is reflected in our exceptional placement records, underscoring the quality of education and professional readiness our graduates embody.

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MoU Signed

An MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) is signed between our institution and companies for the benefit of our students. MoU or Letter of Intent (LoI) is an agreement between two parties in order to achieve a common goal. The students can avail internships, do projects, explore possibilities of profession before graduation and Industrial Training. Our Institution has signed the following MoU with industries and organisation in order to guide the students to reach a spirit of learning and sense of commitment.

S.noName of the MOUDate Of MOU Signed OnValid Date
1KPIT Technologies Ltd14.10.20221 Year
2AICRA23.11.20213 Years
3KOMET Precision Tools India Private Limited06.11.20195 Years
4Geotrix Building Envelope Pvt.ltd. Bangalore18.08.20183 Years
5Valparaiso University, USA06.02.20184 years
6ACCE Coimbatore Center10.02.20145 Years
7Confederation of Indian Industry, Coimbatore08.03.2002Life time
8Cameron Manufacturing India Pvt.ltd. Coimbatore28.08.2009Life time validity
9CODISSIA, Coimbatore10.07.2002Life time validity
10Coimbatore Industrial Infrastructure Association, Coimbatore21.09.20163 Years
11The Coimbatore Product Council, Coimbatore19.01.2016Life time validity
12Hetrogenous Communication Technology Pvt.Ltd, Chennai10.02.2014Life time validity
13IBM Academic Initiative, Bangalore08.06.2009Life time validity
14Infosys Technologies Ltd, Bangalore23.12.2004Life time
15Innovatus Systems, Coimbatore10.02.2014Life time validity
16V Land'S Best Hub Pvt. Ltd. Coimbatore03.10.20174 Years
17NIIT Limited, New Delhi24.07.20095 Years
18Power Engineering & Automation Private Ltd, Bangalore10.02.2014Life time validity
19Rover, Components Limited, Coimbatore09.05.2005Life time validity
20Seine Group of Companoes, India23.03.20173 Years
21Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Mumbai29.05.20093 Years
22Komet Precision Tools India Private Limited, Bangalore.06.11.20195 Years
23Barry –wehmiller International20174 Years
24Shanthi Gears Limited20173 Years

Mechanical Research & Development

Publication Details (2019-2020 to 2022-2023)

Research Supervisor

S.NOSupervisor NameQualificationDesignationFaculty ID
1Dr.P.Ashoka VarthananPh.DProfessor & HeadME04033
2Dr. N. BalajiProfessorPh.DME08055
3Dr. R. RamamoorthiProfessorPh.DME07048
4Dr. R. SoundararajanProfessorPh.DME08057
5Dr. K. BalasubramanianProfessorPh.DMC00002
6Dr. C. Samson Jerold SamuelAssociate ProfessorPh.DME10066
7Dr.C.RajendranAssociate ProfessorPh.DME17135
8Dr. Ben Ruben. RAssistant ProfessorPh.DME18201
9Dr.R.Arun BharathiAssociate ProfessorPh.DME11072
10Dr.V.P.SrinivasanAssociate ProfessorPh.DME17132
11Dr.A.RajeshAssociate ProfessorPh.DME12079
12Dr.M.Vignesh KumarAssociate ProfessorPh.DME12075
13Dr.S.KarthikAssociate ProfessorPh.DME17183
14Dr K P YuvarajAssociate ProfessorPh.DME13084

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With an impressive patent portfolio, we reflect our commitment to cultivating future leaders. As pioneers in research-driven patents, we pursue advancements in scientific understanding and practical solutions. Fostering a culture of creativity, our department is a hub for innovation, exemplifying our dedication to instilling inventive thinking in our academic community.

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Magazine

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NBA – Self-Assessment Report (SAR)

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Programme Outcomes

Graduates will be able to:

  • PO-1
    Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO-2
    Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO-3
    Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO-4
    Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO-5
    Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO-6
    The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO-7
    Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO-8
    Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO-9
    Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO-10
    Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO-11
    Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO-12
    Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

  • Provide strong foundation in the science and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze real time mechanical engineering problems.
  • Develop the ability to synthesize data and technical concepts for making decisions in an ethical manner considering the socio-economic scenario.
  • Enable to work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects with good communication and interpersonal skills in the emerging areas like automation, composite materials, automotive technology and green fuels.
  • Prepare for successful careers in industry that meet the needs of Indian and Multinational companies and to inculcate the qualities of continuous learning and entrepreneurial skills.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO-1
    Design, develop and analyse the engineering components using advanced design software’s.
  • PSO-2
    Ability to fabricate real time mechanical systems and test its worthiness.
  • PSO-3
    Ability to apply the advancements in mechanical engineering to promote automation.

S.NODEPARTMENTINDUSTRY / INSTITUTEOUTCOMES
1MECHSiene Aerospace Products Design, DubaiAutomotive Design
2MECHAICTE and DSTMaterials Processing and Testing Lab
3MECHPricol LtdAutomobile

Mechanical Engineering Infrastructure

Automobile Engineering Lab

CAD Lab

CAM Engineering Lab

Carpentry and sheet metal shop

Dynamics of machinery lab

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Lab

IC Engine lab

Machine shop – I (Conventional machine)

Machine shop – II (Special machine)

Metrology and measurements lab

R&D – I

R&D – II

SAR lab

Sensors & Automation Lab

Smithy, welding, Foundry and Plumbing Shop

Strength of materials Lab

Thermal and heat transfer lab