The Mechanical Engineering department has formalized three of the areas (acoustics, energy and sustainability, and manufacturing) as designated concentrations, with a separate curriculum listing.
Extensive laboratory experience enhances the theoretical course work. There are several required laboratory courses in the sciences and engineering.Through participation in the All-University Curriculum and in additional elective courses in the humanities and/or social sciences, students are given the opportunity to broaden their perspectives and to take part in the larger learning community of the University.

  • Imparting quality education to the students and enhancing their skills to make them globally competitive mechanical engineers.
  • Maintaining vital, state-of-the-art research facilities to provide its students and faculty with opportunities to create, interpret, apply and disseminate knowledge.

  • To develop linkages with world class R&D organizations and educational institutions in India and abroad for excellence in teaching, research and consultancy practices.
  • The Mechanical Engineering Department strives to be recognized globally for outstanding education and research leading to well-qualified engineers, who are innovative, entrepreneurial and successful in advanced fields of engineering and research”.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    The Mechanical Engineering program seeks to prepare men and women for productive, rewarding careers in the engineering profession. During their careers own alumni will become successful practicing engineers in a wide range of mechanical engineering fields and will advance professionally by accepting responsibilities and, potentially, pursuing leadership roles;will advance their knowledge of engineering, both formally and informally, by engaging in lifelong learning experiences; and will, as contributing members of multidisciplinary engineering teams, successfully apply the fundamentals of engineering analysis and engineering design to the formulation and solution of emerging Technical problems.

    The engineering design experience is distributed over the entire engineering curriculum. The curricular sequence ensures that there is one-half year of credits devoted to design content, which begins in the first-year course Engineering and Design and continues through the senior year's Capstone Design Project. The majority of the design work is incorporated into the junior and senior years to ensure that the students have taken sufficient preparatory engineering science courses.

    Basic concepts of physics, chemistry, and mathematics create the foundation on which all engineering education is built. Basic tools of engineering practice, such as graphic communication, computer-aided drafting/design, and computer programming and applications, are also required knowledge. The basic engineering sciences, such as statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, material science, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, electrical circuits, design of machine elements, and control theory, complete the introductory phase of the program.

    Mechanical engineering is generally considered to consist of a number of engineering subject areas, such as

Program Objectives (POs)
  • PO1: Students will demonstrate the ability to apply principles of chemistry, physics, calculus, and advanced mathematics to solve problems in thermal-fluids and mechanical systems areas.
  • PO2: Students will demonstrate a familiarity with statistics and linear algebra in understanding and applying uncertainty analysis and solving systems of algebraic equations of problems with relevance to mechanical engineering.
  • PO3: Students will demonstrate the ability to work professionally in both thermal and mechanical systems areas including the design and realization of such systems.
  • PO4: Students will demonstrate the ability to use contemporary methods and tools for (a) design of components and systems, (b) analysis, and (c) measurements, analysis and interpretation of data.
  • PO5: Students will demonstrate the ability to work in a diverse working environment, recognize the economic and societal contexts, and communicate effectively.
  • PO6: Students will be able to apply their education experience to a wide career path.
  • PO6: Students will have an appreciation of professionalism, ethics, leadership, and globalization.

Dr P. Srinivasulu

B.Tech, M.Tech,Ph.D

In today’s rapid changing world with growing challenges of limited resources and a new generation of Mechanical Engineers with necessary skills and innovative spirit is needed. Department of Mechanical Engineering offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in various facets of Mechanical Engineering. The Department has laboratory and workshop facilities with excellent equipment to carry out research in all areas related to Mechanical Engineering. I wish success to all students in your endeavor to join us on the journey of quality education to have a great learning experience with my excellent, loving & caring team.



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