Mechanical Engineering

Overview

Workshop

Throughout human history, engineering has driven the advance of civilization. The metallurgists ended the Stone Age by producing copper and iron. The ship builders united the world’s people through travel and trade. Increasingly sophisticated tools for agriculture, technologies for producing textiles, inventions transforming human interaction and communication. Mechanical clock and the printing press irrevocably changed civilization. In the recent past Industrial revolution impacted life and thought in a big way. Machines supplemented and replaced human labor for countless tasks. The steam engine facilitated mining, powered trains and ships. Improved systems for sanitation enhanced health in the western world.

Salient Feature

  1. Student Centric learning : Usage of ICT, Virtual Labs, Topic Beyond Syllabus,  Peer Learning, Project Based Learning, Etc.
  2. Hand’s on Training In-house faculties conduct hand’s on Training on Automobile, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, CATIA Software, etc.
  3. Excellent Industry linkage by doing MOU’s with renowned MNC’s.
  4. Assistance for students for doing IIT and other MOOC Certification courses.
  5. Student’s Forum “Mechtrix”, provide platform for students to showcase their knowledge and talents.
  6. Enhancement of Student Progression through Campus Recruitment Training & Competitive Examinations Preparations.
  7. Skill Development Program for students and faculties.
  8. Assistance for Live Mega Projects & Internship to enhance student’s learning & interaction with Industry persons.
  9. Provide Consultancy to various Industries in and outside Maharashtra.
  10. Encourage students to organize and participate in in-house and outside technical, curricular & extracurricular activities.
  11. Organize International/National Industry Tour and Visits for students.
  12. Personal Mentoring of students (one to one counseling).
  13. Encouragement to Faculties & Students for research (such as UGC, Scopus, web of science – journal publication, books chapter writing, pursuing further studies, participation in skill development seminars/STTP/FDP, workshops, Copy Right, Patent, etc.)

Vision & Mission

Vision

The Mechanical Engineering Department strives for making thorough professionals who are employable through quality education.

Mission

  1. To instill best technical knowledge in the students to face intellectual and career challenges.
  2. To make the department a desirable place to study and work by providing opportunities to build and propagate knowledge.
HOD


Prof. Prakash  V. Dhopte

HOD, Mechanical Enggineering

B.E (Mechanical Engg), M.Tech(Production Engg.)

C-DAC, Ph.D(Pursuing)

16 Years of Experience

Message Form HOD

Welcome to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Jhulelal Institute of Technology, Nagpur. We have started our journey in the year of 2014 to provide beneficial service to the society.

Our department offers science-based engineering curriculum. The primary focus of our curriculum is to impart technical knowledge to students, promote their problem solving skills and innovation of new technologies. The course contents are periodically updated through Industrial training, Workshops, Industrial visits, Internship, Guest lectures, for introducing new scientific and technological developments. Our outstanding faculty is committed towards excellence in teaching and research. We genuinely care about our students and their future. We promote student awareness for life-long learning and to introduce them to professional ethics and codes.

For the overall development of the student, Department of Mechanical Engineering formulated a Mechanical Engineering Students association i.e. MECHTRIX.  Various activities under forum provide Platform to student to gain knowledge and interact with students and staff of other colleges/universities as well as Industry Engineers. Students have taken part in various competitions and won National Level top positions in SAE competitions. The extensive efforts taken by the department to shape the future of the students has not only resulted in consistent top notch performance by the students in the University Examinations of all the semesters, but has also facilitated the students to achieve top positions in various National level competitions. Along with all this as a part of social cause, skill based education is also provided to the students of nearby villages with the help of our fully equipped laboratories and workshop.

Course Offered with Intake

Course Offered: Bachelor of Engineering – 60 Intake

Career Prospects

Mechanical Engineers are required in the core as well as software industries. They have a wide work in thermal power industry, automobile industry, gas turbines industry, air conditioning and refrigeration industry, oil and gas exploration and refining industries, agricultural sector, educational sector, aviation companies, shipping industries, aerospace industry, armed forces, pharmaceutical, and many others like ISRO, DRDO, Indian Railways, TATA Motors, General Motors, Reliance Industries, Ashok Leyland, Mahindra and Mahindra etc. Mechanical Engineers work in the field of Research and Development, Design, Production, Thermal, Analysis, Testing, Installation and Maintenance etc.

Achievement


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Student Activities

Placements

Faculty Profile
S. No. Name of the faculty Designation
1 Prof. Prakash Dhopte HOD, Assistant Professor
2 Dr. Sanjay Nikhade Associate Professor
3 Prof. Amar Kawale Assistant Professor
4 Prof. Safal Shambharkar Assistant Professor
5 Prof. Sanjay Sajjanwar Assistant Professor
6 Prof. Ganesh Palatkar Assistant Professor
7 Prof. Rahul Waghmare Assistant Professor
8 Prof. Anurag Karande Assistant Professor
9 Prof. Chetan Choudhari Assistant Professor
10 Prof. Nishikant Adkane Assistant Professor
11 Prof. Bhushan Deshmukh Assistant Professor
12 Prof. Ashish Sontakke Assistant Professor
13 Prof. Sachin Mate Assistant Professor
14 Prof. Nilesh Bodhke Assistant Professor
15 Prof. Swapnil Ingle Assistant Professor
Syllabus
Industrial Visit

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CO’s
Branch: Mechanical Engineering
Second Year -III sem
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level
Kinematics of Machines CO1 recall & explain basic geometry and along with that they should build the 2d diagram of various mechanisms. 1,2,3
CO2 define, explain & analyze different mechanism with their specified motion, position, velocity and acceleration 1,2,4
CO3 define & explain the Cam basics, synthesis of cam & Follower for specified motions. 1,2
CO4 define & explain the concept & Basic terminology of Gearing 1,2
CO5 define, explain & identify how to differentiate between analytical methods and graphical methods of different mechanism 1,2,3
Manufacturing Processes CO1 define and explain different words like pattern, moulding, casting and core. 1,2
CO2 classify and identify different gating systems, melting furnaces and different casting processes. 2,3
CO3 define,explain and apply different welding processes, equipments, welding defects 1,2,3
CO4 choose,explain and categorize different forming process like rolling, forging, extrusion, and drawing. 1,2,4
CO5 classify and identify  different types of presses and its operations,. 2,3
CO6 name,explain andchoose different  types of plastics, its applications and fabrication process. 1,2,3
Fluid Mechanics CO1 explainand solveconceptual understanding of fluids, their properties and kinematics of fluid flow. 2,3
CO2 interpret and apply behavior of fluid statics. 2,3
CO3 demonstrate, develop and analyze analytical abilities related to fluid dynamics and its application. 2,3,4
CO4 interpret and apply the concept of laminar flow, turbulent flow and dimension analysis. 2,3
CO5 explain and solve various losses in flow through pipes.  2,3
CO6 interpret and solve boundary layer theory and Flow around Immersed Bodies.  2,3
Engineering Metallurgy CO1 recall and understand the fundamentals of various engineering materials and their crystal structure. 1, 2
CO2 explain and interpret the equilibrium diagram and make use of this knowledge to illustrate the Iron-Iron carbide equilibrium diagram.1,5 5
CO3 determine and utilize the significance and general procedure of heat treatment processes. 3,5
CO4 explain the composition, microstructure, properties and application of alloy steel, tool steel and cast iron. 2,5
CO5 understandand list the fundamentals of various non-ferrous alloys and powder metallurgy. 2,4
CO6 evaluating the mechanical properties of engineering materials using various destructive and non-destructive testing. 5
Applied Mathematics-3 CO1 Demonstrate the ability of using Laplace transform in solving the ordinary differential Equations and partial differential equations 1,2
CO2 Apply the fundamental concept of Fourier series and be able to solve Fourier expansions of a given function. 1,2,3
CO3 Solve isometric problems by using Eulers eqs. 1,2,3,6
CO4 Ability to interpret Complex variable and its application. Determine the power series expansion of a function 1,2,5
CO5 Ability to evaluate Matrices and Eigen Value problem and should able to solve Differential Equation. 1,2,3,6
CO6 Apply Lagranges form to solve p.d.es in engineering applications 1,2,3
Second Year -IV sem
Engineering Thermodynamics CO1 interpret the basic knowledge about thermodynamic laws and relations. 2
CO2 identify and distinguish steady flow process applied to nozzle, turbine, compressor, pump, boiler, throttling device, heat exchanger by using first law of thermodynamics. 1, 2,3,4
CO3 interpret quality of energy & assert that the process occur in a certain direction only by applying the second law of thermodynamics. 1,2,3
CO4 classify & examine work and heat transfer during various thermodynamic processes with steam as working fluid. 1,2,3,4
CO5 interpret and utilize the thermodynamic laws, vapour and air cycle, along with the applications. 1, 2,3
MECHANICS OF MATERIAL CO1 define and interpret  the basic concepts of stress, strain and their variations under different types of loading 1,2
CO2 recall, explain and make use of the basic concepts involved in mechanics of materials, bending moment, shear force, stresses in beams 1,2,3
CO3 List and demonstrate the problem on slope and deflection in beams under different loading and support conditions 1,2
CO4 relate and explain the  torsional shear stress in shaft, crippling load in struts and columns 1,2
CO5 relate, summarize and examine modes of fracture, strain energy and impact loading. 1,2,4
CO6 list and explain theories of failure and modes of failure. 1,2
Hydraulic Machines CO1 explainthe concept of compressible flow and impact of jet. 2
CO2 interpret, solve, analyze the principal, design parameters, constructional features, installation and performance characteristics of pelton turbine. 2,3,4
CO3 interpret, solve, analyze the principal, design parameters, constructional features, installation and performance characteristics of reaction turbine.  2,3,4
CO4 interpret, solve, analyze the principal, design parameters, constructional features, installation and performance characteristics of centrifugal pump. 2,3,4
CO5 interpret, solve, analyze the principal, design parameters, constructional features, installation and performance characteristics of reciprocating pump.  2,3,4
CO6 explain and apply the concept of similitude and model testing and also interpret Miscellaneous Water Lifting Device. 2,3
Machining Process CO1 define and explaindifferent types of  patterns, allowances, 1,2
CO2 classify and choose different moulding techniques and modern casting processes. 1,2
CO3 classify and illustrate Cupola construction, its different zones and working. 2
CO4 compare and select different forming process like rolling, forging, extrusion, and drawing. 2,3
CO5 classify and choose different types of welding processes, welding flames, its operations and uses. 2,3
CO6 interpret and apply different types of manufacturing process and their suitable processes for an engineering product. 2,3
Applied Mathematics-IV CO1 find the roots of algebraic & transcendental equations using iterative methods, solve system of linear equations by numerical /iterative methods and 1
CO2 solve the differential equations numerically. 3
CO3 find Z- transform and inverse Z- transform and find analytical solution of Difference Equations. 1
CO4 find the series approximation to the solution of Bessel’s and Legendre’s differential equations. 1
CO5 analyze the data using probability function and distribution function.Find mean, variance, standard deviation of the distribution, analyze the data and interpret the result. 4
CO6 make Use of  various probability distributions in decision making. 3
Third Year -V sem
Design of Machine Elements CO1 define, classify , identify & analyze  the basic machine element design of knuckle joint, cotter joint & riveted  joint 1,2,3,4
CO2 define, explain , solve & analyze  pressure vessels and carry out  procedure 1,2,3,4
CO3 define, solve & analyze shaft, compare helical springs & leaf springs under various loading condition. 1,2,3,4
CO4 define, explain, solve & analyze screw jack, breaks and clutch. 1,2,3,4
Advanced Production Processes CO1 List & Classify various non-conventional machining processes. 1, 2.
CO2 List & Classify various advanced joining processes. 1, 2.
CO3 Recall their knowledge about lathe machines & compare & distinguish between capstan and turret lathes. 1, 2, 4.
CO4 select & illustrate the processes of die and punch operations. 1, 2.
CO5 define, classify & distinguish between jigs and fixtures according to application. 1, 2, 4.
CO6 recall & summarize the knowledge about finishing processes. also carry out LASER operations for surface modifications. 1, 2.
MECHANICAL MEASUREMENT & METROLOGY CO1 discuss measurement systems; utilize principles of error reductions in measurement systems
CO2 explain the characteristics of measuring instruments, classify different instruments for the measurement of displacement, speed, load, strain, force, torque, etc. 1,2,5
CO3 classify different transducers and sensors with their working principle; also use the principles of signal conditioning 1,2, 3
CO4 outline standards of Measurement, categorize instruments for Linear and Angular Measurement. 1,2,4
CO5 identify and design limit gauges, also execute knowledge of engineering metrology and measuring equipments 1,2,3,6
CO6 outline conceptual implementation of tolerance systems, study of optical profile projectors. 1, 2
Heat Transfer CO1 explain the basic modes of heat transfer , conduction as well as illustrate the concept of contact resistance, variable thermal conductivity and effect of critical thickness of insulation. 1,2
CO2 explain conduction with internal heat generation in element also able to identify and classify fins with analytical method ,unsteady state heat transfer, lumped heat capacity analysis. 1,2,3
CO3 explain forced convection, concept of hydrodynamics & thermal boundary layer thickness and list empirical co-relations for flow through conduits. 1,2,3
CO4 explain natural convection , flow over horizontal and vertical plate, pool boiling curve & regimes of pool boiling also able to list types of condensation. 1,2
CO5 explain radiation, and concept of shape factor & radiation shields used in analytical method. 1,2
CO6 explain & categories heat exchanger, distinguish method for analysis of various types of heat exchanger, heat pipe and mass transfer. 1,2,3
Industrial Economics and Entrepreneurship Development CO1 understand and apply the principles of Industrial Economics. 2,3
CO2 apply and compare the principles of Factors of production, law of return, cost concepts and break-even analysis. 3,4
CO3 analyze the inflation and effect of inflation on Industrial Economics. 4
CO4 develop the concept of entrepreneurship, enterprises, processes and procedures to start an enterprise. 3
CO5 contrast acquainted with the various financial institutions, market analysis and role of consultancy organization. 4
Third Year -VI sem
OPERATION RESEARCH CO1 interpret Operation Research Techniques, Linear Programming and solve Linear Programming Problem 2,3
CO2 interpret and solve Transportation Model,Assignment Model. 2,3
CO3 explain and apply formal quantitative approach to analyze Game Theory, Sequencing Model and Inventory Model 2,3,4
CO4 explain, apply and analyze network models for Project Management 2,3,4
CO5 interpert and utilize Replacement models 2,3
CO6 illustrate and solve Queuing Theory and Simulation. 2,3
DYNAMICS OF MACHINE CO1 define, summarize & identify the basic concepts of dynamic forces in machinery. 1,2,3
CO2 define, relate, solve& analyze basic  force analysis on the various machinery. 1,2,3,4
CO3 define, relate, solve the concept of vibratory systems and their analysis 1,2,3
CO4 define, explain, identify the effect of undesirable effects of unbalances in rotors and engines. 1,2,3
CO5 define, summarize & identify force analysis. 1,2,3
ENERGY CONVERSION- I CO1 define, explain, solve & compare flywheel and governor. 1,2,3,4
CO2 explain & classify draught, formulate the chimney & check its efficiency and also to examine performance of steam generators. 1,2,3,4
CO3 explain & classify fluidized bed boiler , coal handling, ash handling system, cogeneration and topping cycle and bottoming cycle. 1,2
CO4 explain steam nozzles, inspect the various parameters of  nozzle as well as explain and classify steam turbine, compounding & governing of steam turbines 1,2,3,4
CO5 explain & inspect the performance steam turbine as well as explain reheat and regenerative cycles. 1,2,3,4
CO6 explain & classify steam condenser, quality and quantity of cooling water required in condenser , as well as explain & classify cooling tower 1,2,3,4
CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING CO1 outline fundamentals of control system and develop mathematical models for various physical systems. 1,2,3
CO2 discuss and solve control system components through block diagram and signal flow graph. 1,2,3,6
CO3 explain quantitatively about transient response, steady state errors and stability of control system. 1,2
CO4 apply classical method of root locus technique for analysis of control system. 1,2
CO5 analyze frequency of control system using Bode plot and Polar plot. 1,2,4
CO6 explain & discuss the application of state variable analysis for control system representation. 1,2,6
Mechatronics CO1 outline key elements of mechatronics systems. 1,2
CO2 identify various inputs and output devices in an automated system, 1,2,3
CO3 outline and draw ladder diagrams, to understand interfacing of input and output devices, 1,2
CO4 compare about actuating systems, microprocessors & microcontroller. 1,2
CO5 explaine the working of mechatronics systems & shall acquire the insight to build the mechatronics systems. 1,2
CO6 outline key elements of mechatronics systems. 1,2
Final Year -VII sem
Computer aided design (CAD) CO1 define and explain the role of graphic communication in the engineering design process 1,2
CO2 list and explain 2D and 3D transformation as well as able to solve the problem. 1,2,3
CO3 define and explain various techniques for geometric modeling and assembly modeling 1,2
CO4 define, explain and apply finite element method for 1D element and analyze stress and displacement in it. 1,2,3,4
CO5 recall, summarize, solve, and analyze problems on Truss, CST element using finite element method. 1,2,3,4
CO6 find, interpret, examine and identify suitable material for mechanical components using various optimization techniques 1,2,3,4
DESIGN OF MECHANICAL DRIVES CO1 define, explain , solve & analyze  the basic mechanical drives ,coupling and bearing. 1,2,3,4
CO2 define, explain , solve & analyze  of flat belt, v belt, roller chain drives and wire ropes. 1,2,3,4
CO3 define, explain , solve & analyze  spur gears and helical gears 1,2,3,4
CO4 define, explain , solve & analyze worm gear and basic i.c . engine components. 1,2,3,4
ENERGY CONVERSION- II CO1 interpret and categories reciprocating compressor and able to examine performance of air compressors. 1,2,3,4
CO2 interpret and classify rotary compressor and able to examine performance of it. 1,2,3,4
CO3 explain and classify various components of internal combustion engines and able to explain how the combustion in i. c. engines takes place as well as how fuel supply is provided in i. c. engines 1,2,3
CO4 distinguish and explain how to carry out performance /testing of single & multi cylinder internal combustion and as well as able to formulate heat balance sheet 1,2,3,4,6
CO5 explain & classify refrigeration system and also able to examine performance of conventional refrigeration system (vcrs) , techniques used for improvement cop of  vcrs. 1,2,3,4
CO6 explain psychrometric properties and processes with the help of psychrometric chart and air conditioning system, evaporative cooling, air washer. 1,2
Automobile Engineering   ELECTIVE 1                     INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CO1 deifine & explain the basic  concepts of automobile and its components 1,2
CO2 define, explain & Illustrate the different chassis, frame, power plant, clutch, gear box, transmission system, brakes, and steering systems. 1,2
CO3 show & classify  the various steering system and suspension system 1,2
CO4 select, demonstrate & identify the possible applications of the Automobiles 1,2,3
CO5 list , explain & examine the vehicle, its components and recent advances in  automobile 1,2,4
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CO1 define and identity the concept of productivity, work study and method study 1,2,3
CO2 classify different techniques of work measurement and evaluate the standard time, also use different techniques of forecasting for production and sales. 1,2,5
CO3 summarize and simplify human factors in engineering in the context of man machine system. 1,2,4
CO4 discuss and classify various types of maintenance and the concept of reliability and maintainability. 1,2,6
CO5  assess and interpret technical data through quality control techniques and OC curves. 1,2,5
CO6 identify and relate standardization norms like ISO and six sigma for system improvement/modification. 1,2,3
Final Year -VIII sem
Refrigeration & air conditioning CO1 understand and recall the basics of vapor compression and vapor absorption refrigeration systems. 1, 2
CO2 apply the principles of thermodynamics to refrigeration and cryogenics systems. 3
CO3 analyze the air cycle refrigeration and its applications to refrigeration and air conditioning systems. 4
CO4 evaluate and recognize the psychrometry and design the air conditioning system using heat load calculations. 4
CO5 design of air distribution system for air conditioning system 6
Advanced I. C. Engine CO1  define, explain & identify the basic concept of i.c. engine and its components. 1,2,3,
CO2 define, explain, identify & distinguish the different engine operating cycles, engine lubrication, engine cooling, automobile fuel, fuel supply system, combustion in s.i. & c.i. engine, air pollution and its control. 1,2,3,4
CO3 define, explain,  solve performance and testing of i.c. engine 1,2,3
CO4 define, explain & identify various problems in ic engine 1,2,3
CO5 define & classify clarify the basic about i.c. engine, its components, working 1,2
CO6 define, explain & identify recent  advancement in i.c. engine. 1,2,3
Energy Conversion-III CO1 define & explain  the principles and applications of refrigeration systems and Analyze various methods for performance improvement of refrigeration system. 1,2
CO2 explain & Analyze air – conditioning processes using the principles of psychometry. 1,2.3
CO3 define & explain  the fundamentals of solar energy collection, sources of power generation and application of solar energy. 1,2
CO4 define & explain the concept of Hydraulic Pumps and systems and identify the components by name, function, application and symbol. 1,2,3
CO5 define & explain the concept of Pneumatic systems and identify the components by name, function, application and symbol. 1,2,3
CO6 define & explain the basic of energy auditing with application on different sectors and energy conservation and management. 1,2
Industrial Management CO1 recall the knowledge of management also understand and explain basic concepts Management. 1, 2
CO2 identify the various function of personal management and explain trade union acts. 1,2, 3
CO3 analyze the core concepts of marketing for launching & developing new product and explain channels of distribution. 1,3, 4
CO4 develop the concept of financial management, classify capital by recommending budgetary control and profit loss statement 2,3,5
CO5 compare plant lay out and classify material handling equipments to make use of it in plant management for industrial safety 2,3, 4
CO6 choose recent trends in operation management also  explain Quality circle management. 2,3,5
Automation In Production CO1 understand, classify and compare various production and automation techniques. 1, 2, 4.
CO2 define & develop APT program, classify and distinguish between NC, CNC & DNC 1, 2, 3,4.
CO3 identify, list  & categorize various types of industrial robots and recommend their use for different tasks. 1, 3,4,5.
CO4 define & classify various material handling & storage devices and how to utilize it. 1, 2,3.
CO5 list & interpret different automated inspection systems and plan it according the Group Technology 1,2,3.
CO6 compare & choose between various FMS layouts and to select proper CAPP system. 1, 2,3,5.
PO’s

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  1. 1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. 3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. 5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. 8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
PSO’s

PSO 1- The student will be able to apply their knowledge in the field of engineering drawing, material sciences, fluid sciences and thermal engineering to solve engineering problems utilizing advanced technology.

PSO 2-The student will be able to recognize, design, evaluate and solve engineering problems related to mechanical systems together with allied engineering streams.

PSO 3-The student will be able to apply economics & managerial skills to enhance the productivity of industries and also implement an idea to set up an enterprise.

PEO’s
  1. Excel in higher education by acquiring knowledge in mathematical, analytical and engineering principles.
  2. To develop the ability among students to analyse data and technical concepts in application of product design.
  3. To provide opportunity for students to work as part of team by working on various projects.
  4. To develop students with various soft skills to make them compatible for pursuing different careers in industries.

Key Features

  • Excellent infrastructure in terms of manpower, books, teaching aids & sophisticated equipment for producing excellent Engineers.
  • Exposure to industries through periodical industrial visits and ambient opportunities to take up industrial attachment or apprenticeship.
  • Well established laboratories with upgraded tools at par with the technical advancement.s
  • Study includes theoretical knowledge as well as practical knowledge.