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Overview

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 equipments. Aim of the course is to nurture the students and transform them into capable engineers, with high employability prospects in the potential market.
Mechanical engineering is one of the largest, broadest, and oldest engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers use the principles of energy, materials, and mechanics to design and manufacture machines and devices of all types. They create the processes and systems that drive technology and industry. The key characteristics of the profession are its breadth, flexibility, and individuality. The career paths of mechanical engineers are largely determined by individual choices, a decided advantage in a changing world.

Course Benefits

1. Demonstrate the ability to analyze, design and improve practical thermal and/or mechanical systems.
2. Show the ability to communicate effectively and work well on team-based engineering projects.
3. Succeed in entry-level mechanical engineering positions.
4. Pursue continued professional development, including professional registration if desired.
5. Successfully pursue engineering graduate studies and research if desired.

Course Content

It is a 4 years long Undergraduate level degree program. The 4 years duration is divided into 8 semesters, each semester lasting a period of 6 months. During different semesters, students will have to face separate sets of theoretical subjects as well as practical lab sessions and workshops. Workshops form an integral part of B.E./B.Tech. Mechanical engineering program, which helps students gain hands on experience. In simple terms, Mechanical engineering program revolves around concepts such as designing, manufacturing and working of machines and tools, parts of machines and their design, concepts of physics etc. As a result, students will come across subjects focusing on machines.

Year 1

You will study two basic modules of Mechanical Engineering which are Workshop Technology and Basic of Mechanical Engineering. It covers the study of plant layout, basic tools and machinery used in industrial environment, industrial safety, different engineering materials, various manufacturing process namely casting processes, mechanical working processes (cold and hot metal work), joining processes (welding, brazing and soldering). The main objective of this course is to create an ideal reference for under graduate engineers to make them understand the deep insight of the manufacturing industrial environment. The undergraduate students will be able to acquire the knowledge of boilers, steam nozzles, condenser, thermal power plant turbines, pumps, hydraulics machines, stress and strains and utilization of energy during the energy conversion process. These contents will be helpful to understand the others subjects in engineering.

Year 2

In this year you will study conceptual modules of Mechanical Engineering which are Thermodynamics, Engineering Mechanics, Computer Aided Design, Strength of Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Steam power generation, Manufacturing Technology-1, Material Science. These modules will provide reference knowledge for three pyramids of Mechanical Engineering Structure, Hydraulics and Thermal.
Students will be able to acquire the knowledge of the Energy Conversion with the steam turbines, steam nozzles, condensers, and steam thermal power plants, and their applications in the generation of electrical energy from mechanical energy and drawbacks of steam thermal power plants as compared to other thermal power plants/any other power plants, It familiarizes with the working of air compressor and pumps, their utilization in our daily life.
This study will help to develop the skill in engineers for understanding the comprehensive manufacturing knowledge, design parameters and production criteria for the development of useful products.
In this year there is practical exposure of different labs like Computer Aided Design lab, Material Science lab, Engineering Mechanics lab, Kinematics of Machine lab.
After 2nd year there is a provision of 4 weeks industrial training in which student can do the training in any industry.

Year 3

In this year you will study application modules of Mechanical Engineering which are Internal Combustion Engine, Dynamics of Machine, Heat Transfer, Machine Design, control system, Automobile Engineering and Industrial Engineering. The objectives of Theory of machines is to give students an understanding of the kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies in general planar motion, which is typically encountered in design and analysis of mechanical systems, and an elementary understanding of the vibration of mechanical systems. Internal combustion engines and gas turbines give ability to use the relevant calculation techniques for the construction and development of engine and gas turbine performances. Mechanical Design can lead to the formation of the entirely new machine or it can lead to improvement of the existing machine.
After 3rd year there is a provision of 4 weeks industrial training in which student can do the training in any industry.

Year 4

In this year you will study industry modules of Mechanical Engineering which are Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Power Plant Engineering, Strength of Materials-II, Mechanical Vibration and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning course consists of different refrigeration cycles and understanding of psychometric and psychometric processes used for the purpose of air- conditioning. Large amount of power is generated using prime movers in a site or layout called power plants, where all the equipments and machineries required for power generation is located. To use computers in the area of manufacturing to reduce manual processing and linking computers to all the manufacturing machines and increase the productivity, reduce the unnecessary costs. To study about group technology, computer aided process planning, material requirement planning (MRP) Enterprise resource planning (ERP), Computer aided quality control and Flexible manufacturing systems, Artificial intelligence and Expert systems.
Apart this in the 8th semester there is provision of 4 month training/project. The students are required to undergo Industrial Training or Institutional Project Work of duration not less than 4 months in a reputed organization or concerned institute.

Methods of Learning

We use a variety of teaching methods, ranging from lectures and group tutorials to small groups in laboratories. Students are encouraged to use additional recommended reading material for private study to consolidate the formal learning process, and to broaden and deepen their understanding. Following innovative methods are adopted:-
1.To prepare cardboard models of prismatic solids, developments of trays, funnels Transition pieces. Etc in engineering drawing.
2.Conversion of pictorial views into orthographic views of machine elements.
3.Sharing personal experiences on temperaments and personality traits, strengths and weaknesses to bring confidence to students for non-English speaking, low in confidence levels, poor body language, and low self-esteem.
4.Technical quiz for students to learn beyond the curriculum.
5.Connecting concepts in engineering to day to day experiences.

Assessments

Theory Assessment

Components Assessment task Value of final mark
External Final Exam 100
InternalSessionals35
Assignments10
Employability5

You must complete each of the above components to pass the subject and fulfill the attendance requirements. That means, to pass, you must attend and participate in 75% of the lectures and laboratories. Failure to complete one of the above components will mean you fail the subject.


Laboratory Assessment

Components Assessment task Value of final mark
External & Internal Attendance 20
Lab Performance10
Viva10
Project10

Students have to prepare a Working Project in a group of 3-4 members. Assessment will be done on the basis of their synopsis, project execution, presentation and report, details of which will be provided by the project guide.
For any help in regards to your study you can approach the subject faculties, who will be available as per schedule/ time table and on working Saturdays at 3rd Floor, ME staff room.

Career

Mechanical Engineering is a core and evergreen branch. Almost all core industries and manufacturing units makes use of machines. Thus, for functioning and maintenance of machines, qualified Mechanical Engineers are needed by such Industries.
There are ample amount of job opportunities for B.E./B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering graduates in Government as well as Private sector. When it comes to Government sector, organizations and departments like- Indian Railways, DRDO, Indian Armed Forces, BHEL, PWD, NHAI, State Wise Road Transport boards etc recruits Mechanical Engineers.
Private sector offers even more job opportunities. Small, Medium and Large scale manufacturing units hire large numbers of Mechanical Engineers to function efficiently. Automobile firms also recruit qualified Mechanical Engineering graduates. Starting salary (depends on different factors) is generally between 2-4.5 Lakh Rupees per year, in case of Graduate.
Graduates, after completing PG M.Tech program, may take up teaching job also. By pursuing PhD program, one may also take up a job in the Research and Development sector.

Eligibility Criteria


SR.NO Course Name Branch Qualification Min Percentage
1 B.Tech ME 10+2 50%
2 B.Tech ECE 10+2 50%
3 B.Tech CSE 10+2 50%
4 B.Tech CIVIL 10+2 50%
5 MBA Graduation 50%
6 BBA 10+2 50%


Admission Procedure


  • 1. Student seeking admission in any of the courses offered by the University must first register himself/herself at the Institute and can call the no's 8527753334/35/36.
  • 2. Candidate registered with the Institute has to fill the Admission Application Form prescribed by the Institute and has to attach the necessary testimonials in original and two photocopies each along with six passport size photographs of student.
  • 3. The application form and the necessary documents will then be processed by the Institute and sent to the University for admission. Candidate is required to submit the application form along with the documents before the 15 august of every year
  • 4. Student should carefully check their eligibility of their qualifications while taking admission in a particular course of the University. In case of non-eligibility Institute will not be responsible for the cancellation of admission and fees will not be refunded.
  • 5. The admission to B.Tech (Four Year Programme) for the session 2018-19, shall be done by Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) through online off campus counseling. Eligibility is as per HSTES rules.

Fee Structure Academic year 2018-19 (B.Tech) :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Course Fee 95,000.00
2 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00
3 Total Fee 97,000.00



Fee Structure Academic year 2018-19 (M.B.A) :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Course Fee 90,000.00
2 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00
3 Total Fee 92,000.00



Fee Structure Academic year 2018-19 (B.B.A) :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Course Fee 60,000.00
2 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00
3 Total Fee 62,000.00



Hostel Fee :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Hostel Fee AC 75,000.00
2 Hostel Fee NON-AC 65,000.00
3 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00



Transport Fee :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Transport Fee As per Location



Scholarship for Prospective Students* :

Details Criteria Slab Male Female
% Marks in class
12th or equivalent (PCM)
91% and above 100% 100%
86%-90% 50% 75%
81%-85% 30% 50%
75%-80% 20% 25%
70%-74% 10%
Jee (main)
rank
upto-50000 100% 100%
50001-75000 70% 70%
75001-100000 35% 35%
* Condition Apply(Tution Fee)