Scope

The Department of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is one of the core and evergreen branches among all the branches of Engineering. It deals with the concepts of Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Robotics, Kinematics, Structural Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Power Sector, Refrigeration, Air Conditioning sector and Aerospace. It is further expanding beyond its boundaries and becoming more interdisciplinary in nature. Mechanical Engineers can find employment in both Governments as well as Private Sector. Mechanical Engineers are required to design, manufacture, install, test, operate and maintain a wide array of machines and mechanical systems which are used in Industries.
There is an excellent scope of job avenues for Mechanical Engineers in India. Few of them are listed below:

  • Automobile Engineers deal with designing, manufacturing and operating all kinds of vehicles. With the increasing demand of producing Environment-Friendly vehicles which cause less pollution, the road for automobile engineers is both exciting and challenging. From designing modern day pollution less electric cars to designing the world’s fastest cars, automobile engineering is an exciting field for those who love cars.

  • Aerospace Engineering is one of the most challenging and exciting fields of Engineering. Aerospace Engineers find a number of job opportunities in the Aviation Sector, Spacecraft Manufacturing companies and Defense Organizations. Aerospace is one of the fields of Mechanical Engineering that has wide scope in the Defense Sector.

  • Mechatronics Engineering is a highly complex branch of Mechanical Engineering that includes a combination of various Engineering Disciplines like Mechanical, Electrical, Communication and Computer Engineering. Mechatronics Engineers Design, Maintain and Repair Automation Equipment. Robotics is an application of Mechatronics.

  • Material and Manufacturing Industry is the field of Production, where Mechanical Engineers perform the activities which include developing new material, manufacturing components and end products.

Aim

The Department of Mechanical Engineering

Aims to maintain a high standard of Technical Education imparted through outstanding Teaching methodology, innovative curriculum and research training that reflect the changing and fluctuating needs of the country.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is devoted to advance the knowledge and educate students in the area of Mechanical Engineering that will meet the needs of Industry and academics in the ever changing business dynamics and technological challenges associated with the modern world. Department strives for excellence in Teaching and Learning, Innovative Research and Community Service.

Mission

M1: To equip our graduates with the requisite knowledge and expertise with extra emphasis on Technical and Soft skills, having Cross Cultural Adaptability to contribute significantly to Industry and Society as a whole.

M2: To provide a platform where both faculty members and students actively engage in Scholarly Research activities thereby, nurturing students’ Entrepreneurial and Interpersonal skills.

Vision

To be recognized as a Center of Excellence in Academics and Research in Mechanical Engineering, with state-of-the-art laboratory, favorable teaching infrastructure and qualified faculty to nurture and support scholars in becoming global players.

Facilities and Laboratories

Infrastructure

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is well equipped with the following laboratories for its undergraduate research activities. There are a pool of trained faculty and technicians to help the students in performing the experiments.

Students Achievements

Testimonials

Student Societies and Clubs

Research Papers and Publication

  • 01

    Singh S.,Murtaza Q., Pandey S., Walia R., Rashid M., “Characterization of NiCr, CrC and Mo powders forthermal spray coatings”; ‘International Conference on Advances in Materials, Manufacturing and Applications (AMMA – 2015)’ on April 9 -11th, 2015 in National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, India.

  • 02

    Singh S., Rashid M., MurtazaQ.Yuvraj N., “Friction Stir Welding, Process Parameters and Materials Issues-A review”; ‘An International Conference & Exhibition on Cutting Edge Technological Challenges in Mechanical Engineering (CETCME – 2015)’ on 21 – 22nd March, 2015 in Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology, Greater Noida, India.

  • 03

    Singh S.,Murtaza Q., Walia R., Pandey S., Ahluwalia S., “Nano-Composite Classification, Deposition and Characterization Techniques – A Review”; TEQIP – II Sponsored National Conference on ‘Latest Developments in Materials, Manufacturing and Quality Control’ (ISBN 978-93-5196-055-3) on 19 – 20thFebruary, 2015 in GianiZail Singh Punjab Technical University Campus, Bathinda, India.

Book/Chapter
Publications

  • 01

    SANJEEV KUMAR "COMPUTER APPLICATIONS", DHANPAT RAI & CO. PVT. LTD.

  • 02

    Srivastava A.K., Nag. A., Dixit, A R., Tiwari S., Srivastava V.S. , Parametric study during abrasive water jet turning of hybrid metal matrix composite, ISSN 2195-4356, Lecture Notes in ME 2019, pp. 72-84, cited by 5.

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