Mechanical Engineering

About Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is a professional programme which helps students to understand the working mechanisms of heavy tools and machineries. The branch applies principles of engineering, physics and material science for the design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. The course covers technical areas like distribution of electricity through generators, transformers, transmission lines, lighting and wiring in buildings. A course in mechanical engineering makes a student gain knowledge and experience in the designing of electric motors, automobiles, aircrafts and other heavy vehicles. Mechanical engineering demands knowledge about software used in technical work like computer-aided design and mathematical modelling.


For UG: Should have passed Class XII in Science stream with minimum 50% marks or equivalent CGPA.

For PG: Minimum CPI of 6.5 or 60% of marks or First Class in the qualifying degree. Bachelor's degree in Engineering and Technology.


  • Mechanical Engineering covers aspects like design and testing among others. The job demands supervision and planning of live projects related to thermal power plants, nuclear stations, generation of electricity, etc.
  • There are employment opportunities for diploma holders who have practical knowledge of working on fields like testing of machinery etc.
  • The emerging fields in this area include renewable energy, automobiles, quality control, Industrial Automation, Mechanobiology. These are going to increase manpower in the work profile of mechanical engineering and would offer employment opportunities.

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer
  • Fundamentals of casting and solidification
  • Modelling of Turbulent Combustion
  • Railroad Vehicle Dynamics
  • Java Programming and Website Design
  • Transition and Turbulence
  • Computer Aided Design of Thermal Systems
  • Industrial Engineering and Operation Research
  • Principle of Vibration Control
  • Robot Manipulators Dynamics and Control
  • Wave propagation in solids