Mechanical Engineering involves the design, analysis, and manufacture of a wide variety of mechanical components and systems. While there are a number of disciplines within mechanical engineering, some of the major areas are energy conversion, materials engineering, design engineering, and manufacturing engineering.


For Regular Course : Qualifying 10+2 or equivalent examination securing passing marks with Physics, Chemistry, and Maths from a recognized University or Board.

For Lateral Entry : Passed 3 year Diploma from recognized University or Board

Programme Details

"The program is divided into eight semesters. The first year, i.e., semester 1 & 2 of the program offers subjects which are compulsory to all students (Physics, Chemistry, Math’s, Engineering Graphics and Design, English, Basic Electrical Engineering, Programming of Problem solving,) along with workshop practices. Students in the second year i.e., semester 3 & 4 introductory subject’s such as: Fluid Mechanics and Machines, Theory of machines, Machine Drawing, Basic Electronics Engineering, Strength of materials, Basic and Applied Thermodynamics, Material Engineering, Environmental science. In The Third year, i.e., semester 5 & 6 specialized subjects like Mathematics-III, Design of Machine Elements, Computer aided design and manufacturing, Mechanical Measurement and metrology, Industrial Automation and Robotics, Automobile Engineering, Heat Transfer, Fluid Machinery, Statistical & Numerical Method in Engineering, Non Conventional energy resources, Minor project. In The Fourth and last year, i.e., semester 7 & 8, particularity in 7th Semester some specialized subjects like Industrial Engineering, Refrigeration & Air conditioning, Mechanical Vibrations, Non Traditional Machining, Human Resources Management, Major Project . In 8th semester students conduct the six month (industrial +Software training) program in field.

Future scope

Mechanical engineers have to deal with concepts such as mechanics, thermodynamics, robotics, kinematics, structural analysis, fluid mechanics and many others. These concepts are applied in the process of designing state-of-the-art manufacturing units, different types of motor vehicles, aircraft and aerospace parts and a vast assortment of industrial machinery. Mechanical engineers also contribute in the development of various engines, power plant equipment, heating and cooling systems and other simple and complex machinery. Mechanical engineers not only design new mechanical systems but they are also responsible for testing, maintaining and manufacturing them