Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Welcome to the Mechanical Engineering Department

What is Mechanical Engineering ?

Mechanical engineering is the study of the principles of force, energy, and motion.  Mechanical engineers play a dominant role in enhancing general safety, economic vitality, and overall quality of living. Every aspect of life is touched by Mechanical Engineering. If something moves or uses energy, a Mechanical Engineer was probably involved in its design or production. They design, analyze, and manufacture the machines and systems used by modern society. Here is a short list of some products, devices and systems that Mechanical Engineers have helped to develop:  automobiles, aircraft, robots, power plants, heating and cooling systems, solar energy devices, computer hardware and software, space vehicles, home appliances, micromachines, specialized industrial machinery and artificial limbs!

       Mechanical Engineering Department @ Madhav :

      The faculty members are grouped under four broad specializations - Design, Manufacturing , Energy, Thermal & Fluids Engineering. They have been engaged in research in all the classical areas of Mechanical Engineering and upcoming areas too. The academic activities are supported by 15 laboratories. The Department has decided recently to focus major research efforts in the different areas of mechanical engineering. There are currently 10 ongoing projects, of which 06 are major. The faculty has been active in offering consultancy services to industries and conduct courses regularly to facilitate the continuing education of practicing engineers.

     The Mechanical Engineering Dept at Madhav University is one of the largest in terms of faculty, students, and activities, continues to lead and expand its activities in various directions. The Department is known for research and projects in robotics, fluid dynamics, heat pumps, nuclear engineering, fracture mechanics, I. C. Engines, Combustion, CAD-CAM and other areas. Experimental and computational facilities are being continuously upgraded. Industry interaction has been increased with several postgraduate courses being offered to industry participants, and many students working in industry-sponsored projects.

Department also houses an institute central facility on Rapid Prototyping. The department is very well equipped with computational facilities and resources both in terms of hardware and software. Department has computing systems and workstations loaded with wide range of software products covering all areas of mechanical engineering.

Programs offered by Mechanical Engineering Department :

 

S.No. Name of Course Duration Fees (Yearly) Eligibilty
1 Diploma 3 Yrs. Rs. 50,000 10th with maths
2Yrs. (Lateral entry)

12th with PCM/ PCB(M)

or

ITI (Only for 2 Yrs.  program)

2 B.Tech 4 Yrs. Rs. 80,000 12th PCM/ PCB(M) with min. 45% (40% for SC/ST)
3 Yrs. (Lateral entry) Diploma from recognised booard/ university
3 M.Tech. Machine Design 2 Yrs. Rs. 85,000 B.Tech/ B.E. with min. 55% (50% for SC/ST)
Thermal Engg.
Production Engg.
Renewable Energy

        Careers in Mechanical Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering is a very broad discipline.  Consequently, Mechanical engineers are typically found engaged in a diverse range of activities including machine design and analysis, product development, plant design, basic and applied research, environmental control, manufacturing, robotics, and technical sales. Mechanical engineers are employed by virtually every industry that uses engineers such as public utilities, aerospace, consumer products, computers, bioengineering, food processing, automotive, or materials to name some examples.  Some people earn a mechanical engineering degree, and then use their broad technical background to pursue graduate studies and careers in other fields such as business, law, or medicine.   

·         Your future as a Mechanical Engineer

A degree in Mechanical Engineering allows majors in mechanical systems or energy systems to prepare for positions in product development, plant design, machine design, basic and applied research, environmental control, materials and manufacturing, robotics or technical sales.