Department of Mechanical Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering)

Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that applies the principles of physics and materials science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools. It is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines.

The profession of Mechanical Engineering, second largest among engineering disciplines, involves the design, analysis, and manufacturing of machines. Central to the profession is the importance of innovation and creating new technologies and products. Mechanical engineers work in teams involved in designing jet engines; automobiles; aircrafts and spacecrafts; microelectromachanical acceleration and pressure sensors; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems; biomedical and biomechanical devices as artificial hip implants; and such integrated mechanical and electronic (mechatronic) systems as robots.

Mechanical engineers are employed by small start-ups, multinational corporations, government agencies, national laboratories, consulting firms, and universities. They can work in areas of research, design, manufacturing, sales, quality assurance or management.

Name of Laboratory Material Science Lab
Location of Laboratory: 132 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 66.69
  • Universal Testing Machine
  • Brinell Hardness Testing Machine
  • Vickers Hardness Testing Machine
  • Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine
  • Izod and Charpy Testing Machine
  • Erichson Cupping Testing Machine
Utilization of Laboratory: SE


Name of Laboratory IC Engine Lab
Location of Laboratory: 134 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 71.47
  • Two Stroke Single Cylinder Petrol Engine
  • Single Cylinder Diesel Engine
  • Multi Cylinder Petrol Engine for Morse Test
Utilization of Laboratory: TE


Name of Laboratory Heat Transfer Lab
Location of Laboratory: 135 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 72.13
  • Thermal Conductivity of Metal Rod
  • Thermal Conductivity of Insulating Powder
  • Composite Wall Apparatus
  • Emissivity Measurement Apparatus
  • Stefan Boltzmann’s Apparatus
  • Heat Transfer by Natural Convection
  • Heat Transfer by Forced Convection
  • Pin-Fin Apparatus
Utilization of Laboratory: TE


Name of Laboratory Fluid Mechanics Lab
Location of Laboratory: 136 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 70.61
  • Venturimeter
  • Orificemeter
  • Heleshaw Apparatus
  • Bernoulli’s Theorem Apparatus
  • U-Tube Double Column Manometer
  • Differential Manometer
  • Redwood Viscometer
  • Laminar and Turbulent Flow
  • Losses in Pipe Apparatus
  • Study of Pressure Measuring Device
  • Flow Over Notches
  • Pelton Wheel Apparatus
  • Impact of Jet Apparatus
  • Centrifugal Pump Test Rig
  • Metacentric Height Apparatus
  • Francis Turbine Test Rig
  • Kaplan Turbine Test Rig
  • Cut-Section Model of Centrifugal Pump
Utilization of Laboratory: SE/TE


Name of Laboratory Thermal Engineering Lab
Location of Laboratory: 137 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 71.19
  • Models of Boilers
  • Models of Boiler Accessories and Mountings
  • Various Models of Petrol and Diesel Engines
  • Exhaust Gas Analyzer (FEM-01)
  • Air-Compressor Test Rig
  • Bomb Calorimeter
  • Separating and Throttling Calorimeter Rig
Utilization of Laboratory: SE/TE/BE


Name of Laboratory Theory of Machine / Vibration Lab
Location of Laboratory: 138 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 72.48
  • Bi-Filar Suspension
  • Tri-Filar Suspension
  • Compound Pendulum
  • Sleep and Creep of Belt Drive
  • Static And Dynamic Balance Apparatus
  • Moment of Inertia Apparatus
  • Universal Governor Apparatus
  • Free Vibration Of Spring Mass System
  • Single Rotor And Two Rotor System
  • Vibrations Of Simply Supported Beam
Utilization of Laboratory: SE/TE/ BE


Name of Laboratory Mechatronics and MQC Lab
Location of Laboratory: 139 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 72.48
  • A/D And D/A Converter
  • Thermocouple System
  • Floating Carriage Micrometer
  • Optical Flat
  • Toolmaker’s Microscope
  • LVDT
  • Rotameter
  • Strain Gauges
  • Gear Tooth Vernier Caliper
Utilization of Laboratory: TE/BE


Name of Laboratory Tribology Lab
Location of Laboratory: 140 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 71.97
  • Journal Bearing Apparatus
  • Tilting Pad Bearing Apparatus
  • Friction in Journal Bearing Apparatus
  • Pin on Disc Apparatus
Utilization of Laboratory: BE


Name of Laboratory CAD/ CAM Lab
Location of Laboratory: 141 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 70.89
  • 2.4Ghz Core to Duo Processor with 2Gb RAM, 500 Gb HDD, Computer System
  • Auto CAD (2D and 3D Modeling)
  • CATIA V5R16 (Solid Modeling and Drafting)
  • ANSYS 15.0 (Static and Dynamic Analysis)
Utilization of Laboratory: SE/TE/BE


Name of Laboratory Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Lab
Location of Laboratory: 142 Laboratory Resources
Area in sq.m. : 66.69
  • Combined Domestic and VCRS Refrigeration Unit.
  • Window Air-Conditioning Unit
Utilization of Laboratory: SE/ BE

Common Facilities

• Auto CAD & CATIA, PRO-E (Wild Fire 3)
• HMT Lathe machine
• Automatic Lathe machine
• Oil fired tilting furnace
• Surface roughness tester
• Tester Diesel engine with electrical dynamometer test rig
• Centrifugal blower test rig
• CNC Milling & Lathe Machine
• Robot
• Audio visual facility for various manufacturing processes
• NETEL Make Smoke Meter
• Computerized I.C. Engine Test Rig with Eddy current Dynamometer
• Departmental Library

Strengths of the Department

• Academic calendar is strictly followed.
• Well-equipped laboratories . Laboratory equipment are fully utilized.
• Good Number of Book Publications.
• Faculty members have published papers in International Journals/ National Journals / conferences.
• A good working atmosphere -Both teaching and non-teaching staff members go out of the way to cooperate. with each other while attending to different responsibilities.
• Support from Director & Management for research activities and deputation of faculty for higher studies like PhD under QIP, seminars, workshops and other such events.
• Faculty participates effectively for making decisions on academic issues.
• Qualified, competent and hard working faculty with a positive attitude.
• Prescribed university syllabus is covered within the time.
• Course files along with course outcomes and detailed course plans are maintained by the subject teacher.