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Mechanical Engineering

 

Diploma Mechanical Engineering Course Overview

 Mechanical Engineering involves the design, analysis, and manufacture of a wide variety of mechanical components and systems. While there are a number of disciplines within mechanical engineering, some of the major areas are energy conversion, materials engineering, design engineering, and manufacturing engineering.

To put it simply, mechanical engineering deals with anything that moves, including the human body, a very complex machine. Mechanical engineers learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, instrumentation, design, and manufacturing to understand mechanical systems.

course structure

Sr. No.

Subject Name

Credit

SEM 1

Basic Mathematics

5

SEM 1

English

4

SEM 1

Basic/ Engineering Physics

4

SEM 1

Subject from IE-1

3

SEM 1

Engineering Workshop

3

SEM 1

Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering

4

SEM 2

Environment Conservation & Hazard Management

3

SEM 2

Advance Mathematics

5

SEM 2

Subject from IE-2

3

SEM 2

Basic Engineering Drawing

4

SEM 2

Material Science & Metalligury

4

SEM 2

Computer Application & Graphics

3

SEM 3

Manufacturing Engineering - I

5

SEM 3

Thermodynamics

3

SEM 3

Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines

5

SEM 3

Strength of Material

4

SEM 3

Applied Electrical & Electronic Engg.

4

SEM 3

Subject from School of IE

3

SEM 4

Manufacturing Engineering - II

5

SEM 4

Thermal Engineering - I

4

SEM 4

Computer Aided Machine Drawing

2

SEM 4

Theory of Machine

4

SEM 4

Design of Machine Elements

4

SEM 4

Subject from School of IE

3

SEM 5

Manufacturing Engineering - III

5

SEM 5

Thermal Engineering - II

4

SEM 5

Computer Aided Design

3

SEM 5

Metrology & Instruments

5

SEM 5

Plant Maintenance & Safety

4

SEM 5

Subject from School of IE

3

SEM 6

Computer Aided Manufacturing

4

SEM 6

Tool Engineering

4

SEM 6

Elective - I (FIRST SUBJECT FROM ANY ONE GROUP)

Group - I Manufacturing Engineering

Elec. - I Manufacturing Systems

Elec. - II Fabrication Technology

Group - II Thermal Engineering

Elec. - I Power Plant Engineering

Elec. - II Thermal Systems & Energy Efficiency

Group - III Fluid Engineering

Elec. - I Hydraulic System

Elec. - II Pnuematic System

4

SEM 6

Elective - II (SECOND SUBJECT FROM SAME GROUP)

Group - I Manufacturing Engineering

Elec. - I Manufacturing Systems

Elec. - II Fabrication Technology

Group - II Thermal Engineering

Elec. - I Power Plant Engineering

Elec. - II Thermal Systems & Energy Efficiency

Group - III Fluid Engineering

Elec. - I Hydraulic System

Elec. - II Pnuematic System

4

SEM 6

Technical Seminar

3

SEM 6

Subject from 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, manufacturing, control, 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.

 

How to Apply?

Admission through ACPC Online/Offline Admission at Campus

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