This discipline has attracted outstanding individuals and helped in addressing the crucial technical challenges in the contemporary world. The career path of a mechanical engineer is largely determined by individual choice – a unique advantage in an ever-changing competitive world. The studies of mechanical engineers focus on material science, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, controls, hydraulic machines, design and manufacturing. To summarize, the versatility, wide-ranging scope and universal relevance of mechanical engineering open up career avenues in all possible branches of the engineering profession. The department currently offers the following programs: Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Mechanical Engineering, with the option of minor in any other stream of interest, M.Tech in Design Engineering, and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering.
Our core objective is to develop leaders of tomorrow and conduct translational research to address major technological bottlenecks. We are in the process of developing state-of-the-art laboratories that not only cater to the undergraduate curriculum but also foster research in various specialized and interdisciplinary areas. There is an array of specialized mechanical engineering subjects such as energy conversion, materials processing, MEMS, microfluidic devices, fracture mechanics, nanomechanics, biomechanics, tribology and vibrations which this department intends to develop as Centers of Excellence. This creates potential career opportunities in diverse areas within an industry, government and R&D, such as automotive industries, railways, power generation, environment, medical and manufacturing industries. To achieve this goal, the department is absorbing the best talent globally by hiring faculty members who have wide-ranging experience of academics and research as well as industry. In addition, we are focusing on collaborations with various industries to design relevant curricula and to provide students with an exposure to the real world.