The vision of the Mechanical Department is
Mechanical Engineering On the trail of an admirable vision relaying on the power of technology. Striking for "Leading Edge", setting standards of excellence yet focused on adding quality to human life; We expand the reach of technology and information through innovation and invention.
To create an innovative and knowledge-based society through concurrent teaching practices in mechanical engineering. Its highly qualified and experienced faculty and staff work with dedication and motivation. The department keeps in mind the ever changing challenges of modern day industry and its commitment to produce knowledgeable and responsible mechanical engineers fully aware of the tasks ahead.
The department of Mechanical Engineering strives to train students in the mechanical engineering science as well as application of these scientific methods to conceive, organize and carry out scientific design of engineering system.
The department's professional programme includes a deeper study of a number of engineering sciences to which the students are introduced at the core curriculum level, experimental solution of physical problems, techniques and method of design of systems relevant to the contemporary industrial world.
The broad areas include Energy Conversion and Power Systems, Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics, Mechanics of Solids and, Manufacturing Science, Industrial Engineering, Automatic Controls and Engineering Design. Laboratory experience is considered to be an important part of the mechanical engineering programme. There are course oriented laboratories where the students do experimental work leading to a better understanding of physical situations.
Our goal is to produce graduates who integrate and build on the Program's core curricular concepts in the pursuit of professional leadership, teamwork, life-long learning, and career advancement. The core concepts include: design and process-modeling experience; open-ended problem solving; teamwork and project management skills; oral, written, and graphical communication skills; contemporary computer usage; multi-disciplinary experience; and ethical, professional, social and global awareness.
The Program Educational Objectives are
- To produce graduates who have a strong foundation of scientific and technical knowledge and are equipped with problem solving, teamwork, and communication skills that will serve them throughout their careers;
- To produce graduates who have the ability to pursue careers as practicing mechanical engineers;
- To produce graduates who have the ability to pursue advanced studies in disciplines such as transportation Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Hydraulics, Water Resources Engineering, Hydrology, Structural Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanics, Law, or Business;
- To produce graduates who have the ability to assume professional leadership roles;
- To produce graduates with skills and qualifications for careers outside the traditional focus areas of mechanical engineering