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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: 120 Seats

As one of the most important departments & parent branches of all Engineering departments, Mechanical Engineering has always been attractive. In addition to the design competitions, the Department of Mechanical offers some great resume builders. 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; micro-electro-mechanical acceleration and pressure sensors; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems; biomedical and biomechanical devices as artificial hip implants; and such integrated mechanical and electronic 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.

This branch has got potentiality in the job market. Passed out students of this branch have been successfully placed in different organizations like: Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Hindalco, Bhusan Steel, Vedanta, Adhunik Group, Endurance Technologies, Kehinfie, Anand Group, Jindal Steel & Power, NALCO, DVC and many more organizations.

The department has well equipped & well-furnished laboratories with workshops, machine shop, and strength of material lab, Heat Power Lab, Hydraulic Lab, Automobile Lab, refrigeration & air conditioning Lab. The department is also endowed with brilliant & experienced faculty members, some reputed guest faculties from Govt. Institutes & Industries toil their label best to quench the appetite of the young “Dreamers”.

We also have quite an extensive and hi-tech manufacturing facility that utilizes traditional manufacturing methods as well as newer technologies that combine computer-aided design (CAD) with computer-aided manufacturing (CAM). Those who work in this facility learn these skills which are valuable in the job market.