Why Choose Mechanical Engineering ?

Mechanical Engineers are required for development, and manufacturing of engines, machines and other mechanical devices. They work on power producing machines such as Electric Generators, Internal Combustion Engines and Steam and Gas Turbines. They also develop power-using machines such as refrigeration and air conditioning equipments.

Career Opportunities

  • Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing
  • Energy Systems
  • Pressure vessels & Piping
  • Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning Systems
  • Technician Post in Defence Services
  • Solar Energy
  • Non Conventional Energy Sources
  • Eligible to join for B.E./ B.Tech course direct in the 2nd year in Aeronautical, Mechanical, Automobile, Production Engineering etc.

Course Structure

Subject
Communication English I
Engineering Mathematics – I
Engineering Mathematics – I
Engineering Physics – I
Engineering Chemistry – I
Engineering Graphics – I
Engineering Physics – I Practical
Engineering Chemistry – I Practical
Subject
Communication English II
Engineering Mathematics – III
Engineering Mathematics – IV
Engineering Physics –II
Engineering Chemistry – II
Engineering Graphics – II
Engineering Physics – II Practical
Engineering Chemistry – II Practical
Workshop Practice
Subject
Strength of Materials
Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Power
Renewable Energy Sources
Machine Drawing
Mechanical Testing & Quality Control Practical
Fluid Power Practical
Computer Applications Practical**
Subject
Manufacturing Technology – I
Thermal Engineering
Electrical Drives & Control
Computer Aided Machine Drawing Practical
Manufacturing Technology –IPractical
Metrology & Measurement and Machine Tool Testing Practical
Electrical Drives & Control Practical
Subject
Thermal Engineering – II
Manufacturing Technology – II
Elective – I Theory
Total Quality Management
Modern Machine Processes
Power Plant Engineering
Design of Machine Elements
Thermal Engineering Practical
Manufacturing Technology – IIPractical
Communication and Life Skills Practical **
Subject
Industrial Engineering and Management
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Elective – II Theory
Automobile Engineering
Robotics
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Proto – Typing in Product Design
Computer Integrated Manufacturing Practical
Process Automation Practical
Elective – II Practical
Automobile Engineering Practical
Robotics Practical
Refrigeration and Air – Conditioning Practical
Rapid Proto – Typing Practical
Project Work