BTech in Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering curriculum is geared towards providing the student with a strong foundation in the discipline, an understanding of the component fields of fluid and thermal sciences, mechanics, materials, system dynamics and control, manufacturing and product design, the skills of analysis and design for engineering new products and processes, and the competencies that will enable them to innovate, to address new and challenging problems. Our curriculum prepares the student for the workplace or further study by gaining mastery of the concepts through projects and assignments, experience in real-world applications and practices through industry internships, and exposure to ongoing research problems and the methodology of research and innovation through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP). In order to earn a BTech degree in Mechanical Engineering, a student should earn a minimum of 157 credits in the course of their study.

Our Programme Highlights

  • Highly qualified and experienced faculty
  • 100% Internships
  • 100% Placements
  • Study Abroad Programme (SAP) opportunity for all
  • Opportunity to work on industry projects
  • Full support for higher education abroad
  • Short-term Immersion Programmes abroad
  • Minor degrees from other specialisations
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Specialisations Offered

1. Additive Manufacturing

Aims at providing students with a deep understanding of the design and production processes involved in 3D printing. Students will learn about the various types of 3D printing technologies, materials, software, and equipment; design principles and techniques required to create printable objects, including the use of computer-aided design (CAD) software and file preparation. Additionally, students will be exposed to the industrial applications of additive manufacturing, such as product prototyping, low-volume production, and mass customization.

Why choose Additive Manufacturing?

  • On-hand exposure to the industrial applications of additive manufacturing, such as product prototyping, low-volume production, and mass customisation. These comprise an integral part of the Industry 4.0 revolution.
  • Provide students with the skillset and knowledge required in the development and implementation of 3D printing in a variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, healthcare, and more.

Highlights

  • 4 special 3D printers and a scanner are available to use
  • State-of-the-art simulation capabilities – Ansys/Solidworks/Matlab

Student Intake- 30 nos

2. Robotics and Automation

The Robotics specialisation focuses on the design, development, and operation of robots; and covers the various aspects of robotics technology and its applications. Learn about robotics sensors, control systems, and actuators, as well as the programming and software development necessary to create and control robots. Students will also learn about the mathematics and algorithms involved in robotic motion planning and control and can gain experience working with various robotic platforms and tools.

Why choose Robotics and Automation?

  • Enhance your chances of pursuing careers in robotics, automation, and related fields, such as manufacturing, defence, healthcare, and space exploration.
  • Provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the field of robotics and the technologies used to design, develop, and control robots.

Highlights

  • Rs 25 lakh UR5 programmable robot available for use
  • Centre of Excellence for Drone (Planned)
  • State-of-the-art simulation capabilities – Ansys/Solidworks/Matlab

Student Intake- 30 nos

Research

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Studying Away From Campus

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Admissions

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