MMechanical engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering. It is also referred to as the ‘mother’ and evergreen branch of engineering. Another appealing feature of mechanical engineering is that the application base of this field of study is extremely broad and diverse. Mechanical engineers deal with concepts such as mechanics, thermodynamics, robotics, automation, vibration analysis, machine design, fluid mechanics and many others.
These concepts are applied in the design & manufacturing units, different types of motor vehicles, aircraft and aerospace parts, shipping industry, electronic, and mechanical software industries. Mechanical engineers also contribute in the development of various engines, power plant equipment, refrigeration and air condition 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.
It has a tremendous scope in automobile engineering, cement industry, steel, power sector, Hydraulics, Manufacturing plants, Drilling and mining Industry, Petroleum, Aeronautical, Biotechnology, and many more. With its wide scope of application, mechanical engineers remain always in demand, no matter which part of the world. Mechanical engineers will be found in virtually any manufacturing industry. Mechanical engineers work in the automotive, aerospace, chemical, computer, communication, paper, and power generation industries, environmental and bio-medical fields. They also can find job very easily in the following public sector industries such as Indian Railways, Indian Air force (Technical), Indian Army, Thermal power corporations, Indian navy etc…
To provide world class platform for education, research and technical skill in mechanical engineering and to create leaders with passion for innovation to ensure environmental friendly development needs of the society.
"To create an innovative and knowledge-based society through concurrent teaching practices in mechanical engineering."