Mechanical Engineering is the art and science of designing, development and control of systems and components such as fluid mechanics, material science, thermodynamics, kinematics, etc. Mechanical engineers use these core concepts paired with tools like computer-aided design (CAD), and product lifecycle management to design, analyze and manufacturing of equipment's. Our course curriculum equips students with the expert knowledge and skills demanded in the wide-ranging areas of this oldest yet promising engineering discipline.
Mechanical Engineering is a discipline of Engineering that is concerned with the working mechanisms of heavy tools and machinery. It applies the principles of Physics and Materials Science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. Students are introduced to the Science & Art of formulation, design, development and control of systems, with components involving Thermodynamics, Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, mechanisms and conversion of energy. The program addresses both the quest to understand how things work and the desire to put this understanding to practical use. Students are constantly guided by faculty of national and international recognition, who are also members of prestigious Engineering societies and counted among the outstanding scholars in their profession.
The field has continually evolved to incorporate advancements in technology. Mechanical Engineers today are pursuing developments in fields such as composites, Mechatronics and Nanotechnology.