Mechanical Engineering is a highly versatile and diversified engineering discipline. On one hand it is concerned with the design of machines and equipment that use energy and convert it into useful work. On the other hand it deals with the design and development of machines that are used for manufacturing or production equipment. The department is offering a four years degree program leading to B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering.


To impart the quality education in a congenial atmosphere enabling students to develop professional skills to contribute towards sustainable socioeconomic development of the country.


To produce responsible professional engineers equipped with sound knowledge and high moral values that could evolve themselves as future professional leaders.


Head of Department, Mechanical Engineering

The educational objectives of the Department of Mechanical Engineering are to develop professional skills in students and prepare them for immediate employment in the field of Mechanical Engineering. The Department aims to develop abilities in the students for the application of the necessary mathematical tools,scienctific basics and fundamental knowledge of Mechanical Engineering.

1 : Engineering Mechanics Lab

2 : Mechanics of Materials Lab

3 : Mechanics of Machine Lab

4 : Machine Shop Lab

5 : Refrigeration & A/C Lab

6 : Thermodynamics Lab

7 : Fluid Mechanics Lab

8 : Measurement/Instrumentation Lab

9 : Drawing Hall

10 : Computer Lab

11 : I.C Engines Lab

12 : Hydraulic Lab

13 : Heat & Mass Transfer Lab

14 : Basic Workshop

15 : Smithy Shop

16 : Advance Manufacturing System Lab

17 : Power Plant/RET Lab

18 : Control Engineering Lab

  • PEO-1 : To be successful Mechanical Engineers and serve the community competently by the application of professional knowledge and skills.
  • PEO-2 : To be professionals fulfilling the academic and industrial requirements by applying modern tools, using communication skills and effective management as an individual and a team member.
  • PEO-3 : To understand needs of the society, follow ethical practices in an engineering environment and seek continuous technological developments.

  • PLO-1 : Engineering Knowledge
  • PLO-2 : Problem Analysis
  • PLO-3 : Design/Development of Solution
  • PLO-4 : Investigation
  • PLO-5 : Modern Tool Using
  • PLO-6 : Engineer and Society
  • PLO-7 : Environment and Sustainability
  • PLO-8 : Ethics
  • PLO-9 : Individual and Team Work
  • PLO-10 : Communication
  • PLO-11 : Project Management
  • PLO-12 : Lifelong Learning

To Achieve these PLO’s student will be judged through every course by some Course Learning Objective (CLO). These CLO are mapped with any of the twelve PLO’s. Thus, marks obtained by a student in any CLO. will decide whether the student has achieved respective PLO or not. At the start of every course students will be conveyed by the respective course teacher about the CLO’s of the respective course and the PLO’s these CLO’s are mapped with.