|Vertical -1 (Manufacturing)||Vertical -2 (Design)||Vertical -3 (Thermal)|
|Manufacturing Processes,(5)||3rd||Mechanics of
|Product,Realization (2)||4th||Engineering Design
|3rd||Fluid Mechanics &
|Metrology & Quality Engineering,(5)||5th||Fundamentals of
Machine Design (4)
|4th||Heat & Mass
|Design of Machine Tools (4)||6th||Machines &,Mechanisms,(5)||4th||Thermal Engg. Lab.(1)||6th|
|Automation Lab (2)||6th||Design of Machine Elements (4)||5th||IC Engines (2)||6th|
|Operations Research (4)||7th||Design of Thermal Systems (3)||7th|
|Total credits: 22||Total credits:20||Total credits:16|
|Instrumentation & Control,Engg. (6)||3rd|
|Total credits: 18|
|Total of credits (all verticals together) 76|
|Credits from 1st sem to 8th sem: 178|
3rd – 8th Sem. Curriculum Structure
Methods,& Partial Diffl Eqns
|Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines||Professional Aptitude & Logical Reasoning||Operations Research||Accounting & Financial Management|
|Mechanics of Materials||Engineering Thermodynamics||Metrology and Quality Engineering||Heat and Mass Transfer||Design of Thermal Systems||Program Elective - 5|
|Manufacturing Processes||Fundamentals of,Machine Design||Introduction to Finite Element Methods||Design of Machine Tools||Program Elective – 3||Program Elective - 6|
|Instrumentation & Control Engg||Machines & Mechanisms||Design of Machine Elements||IC Engines||Program Elective – 4||Open Elective - 2|
|Engineering Materials||Metrology and Quality Engineering Lab||Program Elective - 1||Open Elective - 1||Capstone Project - II|
Control Engg Lab.
|Machines & Mechanisms
|Computer Aided Engineering
|Program Elective - 2||Capstone Project - I|
|Engineering Design Practice||Engineering Materials Lab.||Automation Lab||Thermal Engineering Lab||CIPE/EVS|
|Mechatronics Lab||Mini Project||Mini Project|
|(44) + 132 = 178|
The School of Mechanical Engineering is dedicated to graduating engineers who,
Have a strong foundation in engineering fundamentals, mathematics, basic science humanities and modern software tools with ability to apply them to conceive, analyze, design and implement solutions to problems in mechanical engineering field.
Have a broad based background to practice mechanical engineering in the areas of thermal/fluid systems, mechanical systems and design, materials and manufacturing in industry and government settings meeting the growing expectations of stake holders.
Have an understanding of the professional and ethical obligations of the engineer to deal with issues such as public safety and respect for intellectual property with awareness of contemporary issues, professional responsibility, impact of technology on society, and the need for life-long learning.
Have an ability to participate in team oriented, open ended activities that prepare them to work in integrated engineering teams both as team members and as leaders and communicate effectively using modern tools.
Have an ability to pursue higher studies and succeed in academic and research careers.