play button
Mechanical Engineering

 

Course Overview

Without mechanical engineering, we would not have things like engines, generators, elevators or even air conditioning. While we might not even realize it, we most likely use something that has been mechanically engineered every day.

Mechanical engineering plays a critical role in manufactured technologies, from cars to airplanes to refrigerators. It enables you to do many daily activities with ease, as it brings helpful technologies to our modern society. It is one of the most important subdivisions of engineering, because without it, many of the technologies we use every day would not be available.

This seems awfully broad, right? Although that is one of the great advantages to mechanical engineering (and why the world always needs mechanical engineers!), our students have the ability to take specialized courses throughout the curriculum. Students can choose to take elective courses related to a specific area, or can choose to maintain a slightly broader background. 

course structure

Sr. No.

Subject Name

Credit

SEM 1

Maths-I

5

SEM 1

Elements of Mechanical Engineering

5

SEM 1

Fundamentals of Computer Programming

2

SEM 1

Engineering Physics

4

SEM 1

Environmental Studies

2

SEM 1

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

3

SEM 2

Workshop

2

SEM 2

Entrepreneurship

3

SEM 2

Communication Skills

3

SEM 2

Elements of Electrical Engineering

5

SEM 2

Elements of Civil Engineering

5

SEM 2

Engineeering Graphics

4

SEM 2

Maths-II

5

SEM 3

Maths - 3

5

SEM 3

Mechanics of Solids

5

SEM 3

Manufacturing Process I

5

SEM 3

Material Science and Metallurgy

4

SEM 3

Kinematics of Machines

4

SEM 3

Electrical Technology

4

SEM 3

Subject From School of IE

2

SEM 4

Maths - 4

5

SEM 4

Engineering Thermodynamics

5

SEM 4

Mechanical Measurement & Metrology

4

SEM 4

Machine Design & Industrial Drafting

5

SEM 4

Manufacturing Process II

4

SEM 4

Subject From School of IE

3

SEM 4

Maths - 4

5

SEM 5

Fluid Mechanics

5

SEM 5

Design of Machine Elements

4

SEM 5

Heat Transfer

4

SEM 5

Theory of Machines

4

SEM 5

Control Engineering

4

SEM 5

Case Study

1

SEM 5

Subject From School of IE

3

SEM 6

Dynamics of Machinery

4

SEM 6

Fluid Power Engineering

4

SEM 6

Production Technology

4

SEM 6

Refrigeration and Airconditioning

4

SEM 6

Industrial Engineering

2

SEM 6

Departmental Elective – I

Internal combustion Engines

Oil Hydraulics & Pnuematic

4

SEM 6

Seminar

1

SEM 6

Subject From School of IE

3

SEM 7

Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing

4

SEM 7

Power Plant Engineering

4

SEM 7

Operation Research

6

SEM 7

Machine Design

5

SEM 7

Departmental Elective – II

Quality & Reliability Engineering

Robotics Engineering

Vehicle Dynamics

Advance Heat Transfer

Gas Dynamics

Applied Mechanics of Solids

Metal Forming Analysis

3

SEM 7

Minor Project

2

SEM 7

Organizational Behaviour

2

SEM 7

Subject rom School of IE

3

SEM 8

Major Project

8

SEM 8

Departmental Electives – III

Finite Elements Method

Optimization

Rapid Prototyping

Automobile Engineering

Energy Conservation and Management

Cryogenic Engineering

Principles of Combustion Engineering

4

SEM 8

Industrial Training

8

SEM 8

Subject rom School of IE

3


 

Career Outcome

Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest and oldest branches of engineering. Mechanical engineers are involved with the design, analysis, testing, control, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of mechanical systems - that is, any system that has a moving part!

  • The curriculum allows students to study thermal sciences, design of manufacturing, system dynamics and controls, and mechanics.  

  • Mechanical engineers work in a diverse market analyzing problems, designing systems, and overseeing the manufacturing process. 

Typical technologies in which mechanical engineers find employment are manufacturing processes, materials engineering, energy conversion and conservation systems, and mechanical design. In addition to employment in industry, mechanical engineers also work in government, management, consulting, and academic organizations.

Key features

Help students to understand, basic of mechanical industry along with, latest technology and different processes regarding mass and special purpose production. The study of automated machines helps students to design, develop, fabricate, various components from the concept stage to production stage. Production, development, and manufacturing are the three major functions in this field.


Why study at Swarrnim

As we have well equipped high-tech labs for the practical enhancement of Mechanical Engineering field in the campus. Our Workshop is consists of latest equipment and Machineries for better practical knowledge to enhance the future of the students. we are making students future ready, by imparting knowledge related to startup and innovation. so they become entrepreneur in  their life.


Entry requirements

12th Science (A group/PCM) -- (60 Intake).

 

Facts & figures regarding course

Department of Mechanical Engineering has experienced faculties and enthusiastic students who have achieved prize in BAJA – 2014, 1st prize in ATV Championship 1.0 in GTU. Runner‘s up in ATV Championship 2.0 and participated in Supra SAE INDIA, Along with this students had attended several workshops and won trophies in IIT- Kanpur and IIT – Bombay, also we have students who are active in sports related activities. Such as Cricket, Football, Boxing, etc.

 

How to Apply?

Admission through ACPC Online/Offline Admission at Campus.

Apply Now