Head of Department : Dr. Unnikrishnan
The Department of Mechanical Engineering has been started in the academic year 2014, with B. Tech course in Mechanical Engineering. It is the youngest department in the institution. The intake of the students per year for the programm is 60. This department consists of 1 Associate Professor and 3 Assistant Professor. Mechanical Engineering has got much more global demand now-a-days as a conventional branch of engineering, the young, talented students searching for, due to the increased demand by the companies inside and outside the country. Today, mechanical engineers are working in all areas of our modern society. Industries, production plants, power plants, logistics, automobiles, aerospace, aircraft, ship technology, machine design, machines and controls, renewable energy, robotics, etc in all these fields, research, development and innovation are strongly influenced by mechanical engineers. The automation systems in the production sector are rapidly enhancing and the demand for highly skilled mechanical engineers is on the rise. Moreover, mechanical engineering influences our day-to-day life a lot. Employment perspectives are also excellent not only in our nation, but also abroad, where there is a shortage of qualified mechanical engineers.
To become a center of excellence in Mechanical Engineering with virtues for the upliftment of the society.
To impart quality education in Mechanical and allied areas with a focus on leadership, ethical guidelines and virtues to meet the relevant and timely needs of the society.
Program Educational Objectives
- Practice the mechanical engineering discipline successfully and ethically.
- Graduates will sustain life-long learning activities the associated areas of science and technology
The fundamentals of workshop practice are done in the basic workshop of Mechanical Engineering. The first year students of all branches are given training in the different sections namely carpentry, fitting, welding, sheet metal and smithy.
The Civil Workshop includes experiments on chain surveying, plain table surveying, and levelling, etc. and the lab gives sufficient exposure to students in the relevant and up-to-date aspects of surveying.
Provides facilities to study characteristics of various notches, wears and turbines.
Provides facilities to study characteristics of various diesel and petrol engines.
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