Mechanical Engineering department was established in 2009, with the prime motto to offer surreal education to the aspirants. The initial intake was 60, and the number has only increased in the later years, due to the unparalleled educational services provided by us.
The responsibility of educating the students is dealt efficiently by our highly qualified faculty. They have phenomenal expertise in all mechanical engineering specializations, and hence, they explain the concepts clearly to the students. The classroom coaching is highly competent, and it plays an important role in the academic performances and careers of the students.
Also, the state-of-art laboratories enable the students to participate in the practical sessions effectively. Due to the availability of advanced lab equipment, they can conduct various experiments and research activities, which can prove to be immensely useful to them.
Further, the presence of CAD laboratory in the campus encourages the students to implement different concepts. The laboratory consists of Design Software, like Pro-E, AutoCAD, etc. and Simulation Software, like ANSYS. This software can be used for a wide variety of research work and academic projects, and hence they are indispensable for the careers of the mechanical engineering students.
The department also features a CNC machine, which is usually used in the industries. Our idea is to impart impeccable practical training to the students in the campus itself, so that they will be ready to tackle the challenging job roles after completing the studies. And, this idea of ours has led to astounding results.
We focus on the practical training more because we have access to numerous companies in this sector, as we are in a close proximity to the industrial hub. We know the requirements of these companies better, and hence, train our students accordingly, so that the requirements of the mechanical industry in terms of man power and technology are met by us.
We are offering 120 seats in the B.Tech Course from the year 2009, and 18 seats in M.Tech (Machine Design) specialization from 2014.