B.E. Mechanical Engineering
To impart in depth knowledge and training in the field of Mechanical engineering covering energy, thermal, design, manufacturing, industrial management, environment and to expose to the latest research, development and techniques so as to cater to the growing needs of the Industries and to mould the students as good CITIZENS of our Country.
- To give students a broad exposure to all areas of Mechanical Engineering and mold them to be technically competitive and place them ahead in the race for quality employment.
- To enable the students to acquire practical experience in Mechanical Engineering discipline through design projects and opportunities to work with faculty in research.
- To train the students and enable them to meet the technological challenges and diverse needs of industry and society in various areas of Mechanical Engineering and equip them to excel in a global industry.
- To provide students with the fundamental technical knowledge and skills in mathematics, science and engineering to recognize and solve problems in the areas of design, thermal and manufacturing.
- To provide students with the necessary skills and practical experience to fulfill their professional duties and responsibilities in teamwork, ethics, technical leadership, business acumen and lifelong learning.
- To make the students be in a position to practice professionally in various positions in industry or government and succeed in graduate or other professional schools.
- To mould the students to become future engineers, scientists, researchers, and innovators and make substantial contributions to the society of mechanical engineers.
- To prepare the students to be successful engineers or managers meeting the global industrial requirements.
- To make the students put constant efforts to improve the living quality of all walks of life by solving wide range of problems.
Headed by Dr.Bansal Rajkumar, this department has nearly 400 students. The Mechanical Engineering Students' Association (MESA) is responsible for the student activities of the department. The annual symposium Mexplore is held every year in the month of January/February. Mexplore '06 was different from the previous editions as it included a variety of guest lectures from notable personalities in the field of Mechanical Engineering and encouraged hardware presentations of self-made projects as opposed to the usual Paper presentations