B.Tech Mechanical Engineering

Duration 4 Years and 3 Years for Lateral Entry

Eligibility Criteria 10+2 with minimum 45% Marks in Physics, Mathematics along with Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Computer Science as one of the subjects. For Lateral entry: a. Passed Diploma examination with at least 50% marks in ANY branch of Engineering and Technology b: Passed B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by UGC, with at least 50% marks and passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics as a subject c: Provided that the students belonging to B.Sc. Stream, shall clear the subjects Engineering Graphics/ Engineering Drawing and Engineering Mechanics of the First Year Engineering Programme along with the Second-year subjects d: Provided that the students belonging to B.Sc. Stream shall be considered only after filling the supernumerary seats in this category with students belonging to the Diploma stream e: Passed D. Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector f: In the above cases, a suitable bridge Courses, if required such as in Mathematics may be conducted.

B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering entails taking a concept of a machine or a component and turning it into a working prototype, performing engineering analyses (structural, thermal, vibrational, static, dynamic, and so on), and applying manufacturing technologies and production processes to achieve the required form of a mechanical device functionally fit for the intended function.

  • BTech Mechanical engineering is one of the original engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineering is the science that combines engineering, physics, and materials science principles to create mechanical systems for design, analysis, manufacturing, operations and maintenance.
  • It is a branch of engineering concerned with the design, manufacture, and operation of machinery, based on the knowledge of fundamental sciences such as Mechanics, Kinematics, Thermodynamics, Material Science, Structural Analysis, and Electricity, among others.
  • Working in a team is emphasized heavily in this course, as it is considered a key attribute for anyone pursuing a mechanical engineering profession.
  • Mechanical engineers create everything from CNC machines, mechanical devices, even athletic equipment to medical devices, as well as robotics, specialist vehicles, mechatronic devices, air conditioners, car engines, and electric power plants.

Syllabus

ME 2022
ME 2021
ME 2020
ME 2019
ME 2018
ME 2017

Why take this Course?

  • Mechanical Engineering is a well-established profession in which skilled graduates can avail career opportunities almost immediately. It is one of the most reputable engineering disciplines. Any student who is dedicated to succeeding in this field will be rewarded in no time.
  • For both private and public enterprises, B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering graduates are perpetually in demand. A Mechanical Engineer’s job entails initiating, planning, supervising, and finishing mechanical projects. The salary is well compensated, given the scale of work.
  • A Mechanical Engineer has a wide range of job options. There is no limit to the number of add-on instructional programs available. The sky’s the limit when it comes to diversifying even to fields such as law, management, and competitive examinations for government jobs.
  • Mechanical Engineering graduates are always in the industrial world’s constant demand. Their employment is expected to rise at a steady rate in the foreseeable future.

Why choose Us?

The Mechanical Engineering program at Shivalik College of Engineering aims to develop student acumen with critical thinking and problem-solving skills in order to develop and design interesting products and systems; learn analytical tools in order to meet design and manufacturing constraints; broaden understanding of manufacturing technologies and processes in order to develop products; and build collaboration and communication skills through teamwork in order to bring ideas and products to market. Students can develop into well-rounded professionals and entrepreneurs for management and leadership roles in the company and society as a result of this comprehensive learning.

Progressions & Career

Progression:

Mechanical Engineering graduates can choose to work or pursue further education after completing this program. Following are the most popular educational options after completing a BTech Mechanical Engineering degree.

  • An MTech in Mechanical Engineering is the first program to consider if one desires to continue in the same field of study. It’s a two-year program that requires a BE or BTech in Mechanical Engineering as a prerequisite.
  • A considerable percentage of engineering graduates choose to pursue a PGDM or MBA program in order to seek a career in management.
  • The most popular exams are those for job openings in government-sponsored organizations. Jobs are safe, with guaranteed high salary and regular raises.

Careers:

Some of the top job profiles a graduate can get after completing a degree in B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering include:

  • Automotive engineer
  • CAD technician
  • Control and Instrumentation engineer
  • Maintenance engineer
  • Mechanical engineer
  • Nuclear engineer
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Production manager
  • Research and Development supervisor

The Shivalik Advantage

  • The technical events and the ‘Earn While You Learn’ – Internship Program for students organized by the Shivalik Computation and Automation Society equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to face the challenges of real life.
  • TEQIP funded Research Laboratories with the objective of skilling students and faculty with the latest technological trends.
  • Thoroughly designed modules and their execution as value-added training programs for students as per the requirements of industries.
  • Students are given the greatest learning experience possible, and no stone is left unturned in ensuring their professional progress
  • State-of-the-art simulation labs, project R&D labs and galleries, and well-equipped science labs add to the intrigue and interest of the course.
  • In addition to this, the college also offers the regular machine and welding shops, a carpentry and fitting shop, and a foundry and blacksmith shop, for students to gain the initial hands-on skills and technical proficiency.

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FAQ's

Admissions happen on merit basis, or via entrance examinations conducted for the course. The eligibility criteria is also straightforward and simple to understand. Candidates must have passed their 10+2 exams with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as required courses. In Class 12, a qualifying aggregate score of at least 50 percent is required. Lateral Entry admissions are available to those who have completed a three-year diploma in a comparable discipline from a recognized university.

You can easily get a good job after completing your graduation degree in Mechanical engineering. That being said, it is common for students to go for higher studies after completing their graduation for better career prospects. You can apply for a masters in Mechanical Engineering itself, or choose to change your line completely and go for an MBA.

Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking, and Creativity are the four C’s of the twenty-first century. These abilities are essential for establishing a solid career and achieving success in any organisation. The four C’s will help you adapt to fast changing settings, devise inventive solutions to complicated challenges, and work well in a multi-faceted team dynamic. Mastering these four abilities will not only offer you an advantage, but will also allow you to succeed in a variety of roles across many industries.

Each Mechanical Engineering student must choose a set of technical electives in their fourth year of undergraduate study. These fourth-year technical electives are chosen in order to help the student achieve his or her ultimate professional goal after graduation. As a result, each student is responsible for choosing his or her own program.

Fluid Mechanics, Machine Design and Solid Mechanics, Materials Engineering and Processing, Automation and Control, or Thermal Engineering are the five fields in which mechanical engineering students commonly focus.

Coordinator of Department

Mr. Ajay Verma

Highest and Average Salary Package:

Highest Package
5.00 LPA

Average Package
3.50 LPA

Curriculum

BAST 101 BASP 101 Engineering Chemistry
BAST 102 Mathematics-I
BAST 103 BASP 103 English for Communication
BEET 101 BEEP 101 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
BCST 101 BCSP 101 Fundamentals of Computers & Programming in C
BMEP 101 Manufacturing Practices / Workshop
BASP 102 Internship-I (60 Hrs Duration) at the Institute level

BAST 104 BASP 104 Engineering Physics
BAST 105 Mathematics-II
BMET 102BMEP 102 Basic Mechanical Engineering
BCET 101 BCEP 101 Basic Civil Engineering & Mechanics
BMEP 103 Engineering Graphics
BASP 106 Language Lab & Seminars
BEST 101 Environmental Studies

BAST 301 Mathematics-III
BMET 302 Basic Thermodynamics
BMET 303 Materials Science & Technology
BMET 304 Strength of Material
BMET 305 Manufacturing Science & Technology-I
BMEP 303 Materials Science & Technology Lab
BMEP 304 Strength of Material Lab
BMEP 305 Manufacturing Science & Technology-I Lab
BCSP 307 Programming Practices (Introduction )
BCST 308 Cyber Security

BMET 401 Applied Thermodynamics Engineering
BECT 402 Energy & Environmental Engineering
BMET 403 Theory Of Machine
BMET 404 Fluid Mechanics
BMET 405 Manufacturing Science & Technology-II
BECT 406 Universal Human Values
BMEP 401 Applied Thermodynamics Engineering Lab
BMEP 403 Theory Of Machine Lab
BMEP 404 Fluid Mechanics Lab
BMEP 405 Manufacturing Science & Technology-II Lab

BMET 501 Industrial Engineering & Ergonomics
BMET -502 Machine Component Design –I
BMET -503 Heat & Mass Transfer
BMET -504 (A) IC Engine
BOME -505 (D) Innovation and Entrepreneurship
BMEP -506 Machine Drawing Lab With Autocad
BMEP 501 Industrial Engineering & Ergonomics Lab
BMEP -502 Machine Component Design –I Lab
BMEP -503 Heat & Mass Transfer Lab

BMET 601 Turbo machinery
BMET 602 Machine Component Design –II
BMET -603 Refrigeration and Air-condition
BMET - 604 ( B ) Finite Element Method
BOME -605 (B) Optimization Techniques
BMEP -607 Minor Project -I
BMEP -608 Open Source Lab ( Python Lab )
BMEP- 601 Turbo machinery
BMEP-602 Machine Component Design –II
BMEP-603 Refrigeration and Air-condition

BMET 701 Maintenance and Safety
BMET-702 Computer Integrated Manufacturing
BMET-703 ( B) Computational Fluid Dynamics
BMET-704 (B) Introduction to AI
BMEP-705 Simulation lab/Virtual Lab (Ansys )
BMEP-507 Internship III
BMEP-706 Minor Project-2
BMEP-702 Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab

BMET 801 Operation research
BMET 802 Automobile
BMET 803 (B) Experimental Stress Analysis
BMET 804 ( C) Programming in python
BMET 805 Open source Lab ( Ansys )
BMET 806 Major Project
BMEP-802 Automobile Lab
BMEP-702 Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab

Coordinator of Department

Mr. Ajay Verma

Highest and Average Salary Package:

Highest Package
5.00 LPA

Average Package
3.50 LPA

Program Specific Outcomes and Program Educational Objectives

  • PO
    1

    Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and anengineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems

  • PO
    2

    Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences

  • PO
    3

    Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

  • PO
    4

    Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions

  • PO
    5

    Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations

  • PO
    6

    The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice

  • PO
    7

    Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions insocietal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development

  • PO
    8

    Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice

  • PO
    9

    Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings

  • PO
    10

    Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

  • PO
    11

    Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one‘s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments

  • PO
    12

    Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

  • PSO
    01

    Model, simulate, analyze and optimize mechanical systems/ processes through application software.

  • PSO
    02

    Innovative projects in mechanical engineering based on the requirements of society.

  • PEO
    01

    Practice Mechanical Engineering In a wide range of Industries.

  • PEO
    02

    Pursue advanced Education, Research & Development and other creative and innovative efforts in Engineering and Technology.

  • PEO
    03

    To develop problem solving approach using analytical abilities, effective communication skills and team work.

  • PEO
    04

    To conduct themselves as responsible professionals in an ethical manner.

  • PEO
    05

    Contribute as leaders in their field of Expertise and support the economic development of the nation and the world.

Coordinator of Department

Mr. Ajay Verma

Highest and Average Salary Package:

Highest Package
5.00 LPA

Average Package
3.50 LPA

Facilities

SIMULATION LAB

Project Gallery

PROJECT R & D LAB

machine & welding shop

CARPENTRY & fitting Shop

FOUNDRY & BLACK SMITHY SHOP

Material Science Lab

FLUID MACHINE AND MECHANICS LAB

Fluid machinery Lab

CAD/CAM LAB (CNC)

MACHINE HYDRAULICS LAB

THEORY OF MACHINE AND DESIGN LAB

HEAT & MASS TRANSFER and REFRIGERATION & AIR-CONDITIONING LAB

CENTRAL WORKSHOP

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS (SOM) LAB

Coordinator of Department

Mr. Ajay Verma

Highest and Average Salary Package:

Highest Package
5.00 LPA

Average Package
3.50 LPA

SHIVALIK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

 

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COURSE OUTCOMES  Mapping of course 

outcome with PO and PSO

PROGRAM – Electronics & Communication Engineering
BMET102 Basic Mechanical Engineering
BMET 

102 

CO1- To Understand, describe and use basic engineering concepts.  CO2-Principles and components of mechanical equipment. CO3- Basic Understanding thermodynamics and its applications. CO4- Calculation of friction and revolution in mechanical parts. CO5-Basic understanding of IC Engine. 

CO6-Understand the basic of Engineering Materials (its applications)  and Stress-Strain.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
BAST 301 Mathematics III
BAST  

301

CO1- Understand the Concept of Curve Fitting by the method of Least  Square. 

CO2- Understand the solution of linear differential equation using  Runga-Kutta and Milne-Thomson Predictor and Corrector method. CO3- Understand the concept of Skewness and Kurtosis and  Correlation and Regression. 

CO4- Understand the Concept of Interpolation, Numerical  Differentiation and Numerical Integration. 

CO5- Calculate the root of algebraic and transcendental equations by  the help of Numerical Methods. 

CO6- Understand the concept of Laplace and Fourier Transform and  APPLY in solving Differential Equations and Engineering Problems.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4
BMET 302 Basic Thermodynamics
BMET  

302

CO1-Understandabout work and heat interactions, and balance of  energy between system& surroundings 

CO2-To know about application of first law to various energy  conversion devices 

CO3-To Analyze the changes in properties of substance in various  process 

CO4-Understand the difference between high grade and low grade  energies and second law limitation on energy conversion CO5-Analyze different air standard cycle and there practical uses CO6- Apply thermodynamics laws for real time application

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
BMET 303 Materials Science & Technology

 

BMET  303 CO1-Introduction and importance of materials, concept of unit cell  space lattice, imperfection and defect in solid. 

CO2-Understand concept of mechanical behavior of materials and  calculations of same using appropriate equations CO3-Explain the  concept of phase & phase diagram &understand the basic  terminologies associated with metallurgy. Construction and  identification of phase diagrams and reactions 

CO4-Understand and suggest the heat treatment process & types.  Significance of properties Vs microstructure. Surface hardening & its  types. Introduce the concept of hardenability & demonstrate the test  used to find hardenability of steels

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
BMET 304 Strength of Material
BMET  

304

CO1- Understand the free Body Diagrams (FBD) for rigid bodies,  beams, 2-D and 3-D structures, frames and machines, and set up  equilibrium equations (i.e. forces and couples) for them. CO2-Understand and apply the fundamental concepts of stress and  strain and the relationship between both through the strain-stress  equations in order to solve problems for simple dimensional elastic  solids 

CO3- Understand and apply the load transferring mechanism in beams  and stress distribution due to shearing force and bending moment CO4- Determine the deflections and rotations produced by the axial  loads 

CO5- Determine the stresses and strains in members subjected to  combined loading and apply the theories of failure for static loading CO6- Analyze and design thin and thick shells for the applied internal  and external pressures

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6,  PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
BMET 305 Manufacturing Science & Technology-I
BMET  

305

CO1- To remember and understand the basic concept and idea of  various manufacturing process. 

CO2- To understand basic concept of casting and will be able to  design the parts of casting and apply this knowledge to experiment. CO3- To understand metal forming fundamentals, able to categories  forming processes, analyze the various aspects of forming. CO4- To understand fundamentals of press working and able to  classify various press working processes ,and differentiate between  them. 

CO5- To understand powder metallurgy concept, jigs and fixtures  and plastic manufacturing processes and able to apply this  knowledge to manufacture.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9,  

PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1,  PSO2

BMET 401 Applied Thermodynamics Engineering

 

BMET  

401

CO1- Understand the laws of thermodynamics and determine  thermodynamic properties, gas laws. 

CO2- APPLY the concept of properties during various phases of  pure substances, mixtures, usage of steam tables and Mollier chart,  psychometric charts. 

CO3- Understand of ideal air standard, vapor cycles and evaluate  their performance in open systems. Like steam power plants engines,  gas turbines etc. 

CO4- Solve problems of different types of cycles and their  performance which emphasizes knowledge in power cycles. CO5- Classify different types of coupled vapor cycles and list the  advantages of combined cycles power plant. 

CO6- Understand the principles of jet propulsion, Turbojet and  turboprop engines & their processes.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9,  

PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1,  PSO2

BHUT- 401 UNIVERSAL HUMAN VALUES- II
BHUT  

401

CO1- Understand Human values, need and concept in individual’s  life 

CO2-Analyze the concept of co-existence and evaluate the program  to ensure self-regulation 

CO3- Understand and identify holistic perception of harmony at all  levels such as self , family , society and nature 

CO4- Reshape the concept about different values and discriminate  them 

CO5- Apply professional ethics in future profession and contribute  towards building a value based society 

CO6- Incorporate self-exploration and its application for self evaluation and development.

PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO5,PO 6 

PO7,PO8,PO9,PO10,PO11, PO12 

PSO1, PAO2

BECT 402 Energy & Environmental Engineering
BECT  

402

CO1-Apply advanced level knowledge, techniques, skills and  modern tools in the field of 

Energy and Environmental Engineering. 

CO2-Distinguish the different energy generation systems and their  environmental impacts. 

CO3-Respond to global policy initiatives and meet the emerging  challenges with sustainable 

Technological solutions in the field of energy and environment. CO4- Illustrate different eco systems and their inter linkages CO5- Illustrate the role of government, NGO and other organizations  in protection of environment from different types of pollutions.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6,  PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
BMET 403 Theory Of Machine
BMET  

403

CO1- Understand the principles of kinematic pairs, chains and their  classification, DOF, inversions, equivalent chains and planar  mechanisms also Analyze the planar mechanisms velocity and  acceleration. 

CO2- Identify the various types of cams and followers and plot  velocity and acceleration time curves for different follower motion  and draw the suitable cam profiles, also analyze various motion transmission elements like gears and gear train depending on  application 

CO3- Construct the turning moment diagrams for various engines 

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6,  PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2

 

and determine the dimensions of flywheel to control the fluctuation  of energy 

CO4- Identify the static and dynamic unbalance present in the  system and the methods of balancing the primary and secondary  forces. 

CO5- Apply the various types of governors used in engines and  explain various terms like sensitiveness, hunting, isochronisms  relating to governors 

CO6- Analyze the force analysis and power calculations of brakes  and dynamometer

BMET-404 Fluid Mechanics
BMET 404 CO1- Identify and obtain the values of fluid properties and  relationship between them. 

CO2- Examine the pressure variation, measurement and pressure on  submerged and floating bodies 

CO3- Apply the principles of continuity, momentum, and energy and  application through fluid kinematics and dynamics 

CO4- Formulate the relationship between physical parameters that  influence the flow in fluid mechanics and to predict the  performances of prototype by model studies. 

CO5- Estimate losses in pipelines for both laminar and turbulent  conditions and analysis of pipes connected in series and parallel. CO6- Understand viscous and non-viscous flow over bodies,  boundary layer and calculates the lift and drag forces on submerged  bodies.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO12,  PSO1, PSO2
BMET 405 Manufacturing Science & Technology-II
BMET  

405

CO-1: Illustrates the fundamental concepts of cutting processes,  distinguish various cutting tool materials and cutting fluids. CO-2: Illustrates the working principals of various machine tools  such as milling, lathe shaper and planner 

CO-3: Demonstrates various grinding, finishing and super operations  and their applications, to select appropriate manufacturing process to  manufacture any component 

CO-4: Illustrates fundamentals of welding and allied processes and  select appropriate welding process to join any workplace. CO-5: Illustrates various un-conventional manufacturing processes  and their applications

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9,  

PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1,  PSO2

BMET 501 Industrial Engineering & Ergonomics
BMET  501  CO1: Understand the Productivity and find best suitable method for  doing a job. 

CO2: Understand the work measurement and calculate the standard  time for completing a task. 

CO3: Find the merit ratings and work sampling procedure and  understand managerial economics and Find the various job  evaluation techniques 

CO4: Understand the relation between human and machine. CO5: Apply the concept of Inventory, Audit and Supply chain  management

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9,  

PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1,  PSO2

 

BMET -502 Machine Component Design –I

 

BMET -502  CO1- Illustrate the fundamentals of stress analysis, theories of  failure and material science in the design 

of machine components. 

CO2- Analyze the principle of solid mechanics to design machine  member, under variable loading. 

CO3- Analyze the shaft design based on strength, rigidity and  design various types of coupling based 

on application 

CO4- Compare and analyze design parameters of Springs& joints  on various loading application. 

CO5- Illustrate the different types of Product design &  development.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1
BMET -503 Heat & Mass Transfer
BMET -503  CO1- Demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts of  conduction, radiation, and convection heat transfer CO2- Calculate steady and unsteady state heat conduction in one  dimension 

CO3- Calculate the convection heat transfer coefficient in  different convection environments 

CO4- Calculate the radiant heat transfer between solid bodies,  black or gray in nature 

CO5- Apply the basic concepts of heat transfer and fluid flow to  heat exchanger design 

CO6- Test performance and measure heat/ mass transfer  parameters of several engineering systems

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6,  PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
BMET-504.1 (A) I. C. Engine
BMET 

504.1 (A)

CO1- Understand working phenomenon and Analyze performance  behavior of SI and CI engines as per classification with real cycle  analysis. 

CO2- Analyze combustion characteristics of internal combustion  engines and identify the abnormalities in combustion. CO3- Understand working phenomenon of different types of  accessories used in SI and CI engines like fuel injectors and  injection system, carburetor, fuel pumps and nozzles etc. CO4- Analyze the rating factors and quality of SI and CI engine  fuels and modern alternative fuels. 

CO5- Apply principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and  heat transfer to the design and analysis of specific engine  components like performance, power and efficiency booster  accessories used in SI and CI and specific techniques. CO6- Determine performance, cycle efficiency, work output and  required heat input for SI, CI engine and its accessories with a  given set of operating parameters.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO6,  PO7, PO8, PO11, PO12,  PSO1, PSO2
BOET 504(D) Innovation and Entrepreneurship

 

BOET  

504(D)

CO1- Key concepts underpinning entrepreneurship and its  application in the recognition 

and exploitation of product/ service/ process opportunities CO2- Key concepts underpinning innovation and the issues  associated with developing 

and sustaining innovation within organizations 

CO3- How to design creative strategies for pursuing, exploiting  and further developing 

new opportunities 

CO4- Issues associated with securing and managing financial  resources in new and 

established organizations

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
BMET 601 Turbo Machinery
BMET 601  CO1- Determine the velocity triangles in turbo machinery stages  operating at design and off design conditions 

CO2- Apply the affinity laws to pumps such as to determine their  off-design behavior. 

CO3- Perform the preliminary design of turbo machines (pumps,  compressors, turbines) on a 1- D basis 

CO4- Recognize relations between choices made early in the turbo  machinery design process and the final components and operability CO5- Recognize and discuss today’s and tomorrow’s use of turbo  machines for enabling a sustainable 

society

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
BMET 602 Machine Component Design–II
BMET 602  CO1- Enable students to attain the basic knowledge required  understanding, analyzing, designing and select machine elements  required in transmission systems. 

CO2- To develop the ability of the selection of gear types,  sizing, analysis and material selection of gear systems. CO3- To develop the ability of the selection of bearings, analysis  and material selection of bearings. 

CO4- To develop an ability to design I.C. Engine parts,  component, or process to meet desired needs. 

CO5- To analyze, identify, formulate, and solve engineering  problems.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8,  

PO9,PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1

BMET -603 Refrigeration and Air-condition
BMET -603  CO1: Understand the basic of refrigeration and define the  various applications and working principle of refrigeration  system. 

CO2: Define the concept of Vapor compression Refrigeration  cycle and identify various methods to improve the Performance  of the cycle CO3: Demonstrate the working principles of Vapor  Absorption and compare it with Vapor compression cycle CO4: Analyze air-conditioning processes using the principles of  psychrometry and estimate various essential properties related to  Psychrometry and processes. 

CO5: Evaluate cooling and heating loads in an air-conditioning  system and Classify the various types of Refrigerant and their  properties

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9,  

PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1,  PSO2

 

BMET 604(A) Mechatronics
BMET 

604(A)

CO1- Install, troubleshoot, maintain and repair mechatronic  systems using industry-standard tools, practices, and procedures. CO2- Assist in design and rebuilding projects. 

CO3- Follow, develop, and troubleshoot manufacturing  processes and procedures. 

CO4- Organize, interpret, and use technical information and  documentation. 

CO5- Mechatronics applications and the use of micro-sensors  and microprocessors.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9,  

PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1,  PSO2

BOME 605 (C) Renewable Energy Technology
BOME 605  (C) CO1-Illustrate the environmental aspects of non-conventional  energy resources. 

CO2-Illustrate the need of renewable energy resources, historical  and latest developments. 

CO3-Apply the use of solar energy and the various components  used in the energy production with 

respect to applications like – heating, cooling, desalination,  power generation, drying, cooking etc 

CO4-Appreciate the need of Wind Energy and the various  components used in energy generation and 

Know the classifications. 

CO5-Appreciate the concept of Biomass energy resources and  their classification, types of biogas Plants applications

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5,  

PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9,  

PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1

BMET 701 Maintenance and Safety
BMET 701  CO1- Analyze failure data, maintainability, availability and  reliability. 

CO2- Evaluate different Maintenance Strategies 

CO3- Interpret different Replacement techniques and planning CO4- Compare various handling techniques in engineering  industries. 

CO5- Use different concepts of Maintenance Management and  spare parts planning and control. 

CO6- Select appropriate recovery method for machine elements.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,  PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9,  

PO10, PO11 PO12, PSO1,  PSO2

BMET-702 Computer Integrated Manufacturing

 

BMET-702  CO1- Explain the CIM concepts and basic elements of an  automated system. 

CO2- Explain the concept of Computer aided process planning  and material requirement planning. 

CO3- Discuss the concept of cellular manufacturing using Rank  order clustering and Hollier method. 

CO4- Explain FMS planning and applications of Automated  guided vehicle systems. 

CO5- Explain the concepts of robot control system and part  programming.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6,  PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10,  PO11, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
BMET 703(C) Mechanical Vibration
BMET 

703(C)

CO1- Constructing the governing differential equation and its  solution for a vibrating mass subjected to an arbitrary force. CO2- Solve the motion and the natural frequency for forced  vibration of a single degree of freedom damped or undamped  system. 

CO3- Solve vibration problems that contain two degrees of  freedom. 

CO4- Solve vibration problems that contain multiple degrees of  freedom. 

CO5- Estimate numerical solutions to vibration problems by  simple algorithms, and display the findings in graphical form.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4,  

PO5, PO6, PO7, PO8,  

PO9, PO10, PO11, PO12,  PSO1, PSO2

BMET 704(A) Energy Conservation
BMET  

704(A) 

CO1- Analyze the Need for Energy Conservation, Energy  Sources, Supply & Demand Overview of Electrical and Thermal  Energy. 

CO2- Illustrate the knowledge of basic principles of energy  auditing, types and objectives, instruments used. 

CO3- Analyze energy systems from a supply and demand  perspective 

CO4- Understand and evaluate the energy economy final energy  consumption energy needs of growing economy 

CO5- Apply appropriate energy conservation method to reduce  the wastage of energy. 

CO6- Perform evaluation on energy systems, efficient system  operation, flow control strategies and energy conservation  opportunities

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4,  

PO5, PO6, PO7, PO8,  

PO9, PO10, PO11, PO12,  PSO1

BMET 801 Operation Research

 

BMET 801  CO1- Define and formulate linear programming problems and  appreciate their limitations 

CO2- Apply the concept of simplex method and its extensions to  dual simplex algorithm. 

CO3- Solve the problem of transporting the products from  origins to destinations with least transportation cost and also  assigning the cost with time. 

CO4- Understand the concepts and prominent applications of  Game Theory 

CO5-Recognize the basic type of queuing model, derive and  calculate steady state system performance characteristics and  analyze projects with a view to managing resources, minimizing  costs, and coping with uncertainty 

CO6- Design new simple models, like: CPM to improve decision  –making and develop critical thinking and objective analysis of  decision problems

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4,  

PO5, PO6, PO7, PO8,  

PO9, PO10, PO11, PO12,  PSO1, PSO2

BMET 802 Automobile
BMET 802  CO1- Identify the automobile and its parts and about SI &  CI engine 

CO2- Analyze the cooling and lubrication system 

CO3- Describe how the steering and the suspension systems  operate. 

CO4- Understand the chassis system 

CO5- Develop a strong base for understanding future  developments in the automobile industry.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4,  

PO5, PO6, PO7, PO8,  

PO9, PO10, PO11, PO12,  PSO1, PSO2

BMET-802 (A) Power Plant Engineering
BMET-802  (A) CO1: Describe and analyze different types of sources and  mathematical expressions related to thermodynamics and various  terms and factors involved with power plant operation. CO2: Analyze the working and layout of steam power plants and  the different systems comprising the plant, and discuss about its  economic and safety impacts 

CO3: Define the working principle of diesel power plant, its  layout and various system involve in diesel engine and analyze  its operation and efficiency 

CO4: Discuss the working principle of Gas power plant, its  layout and Discuss various auxiliary systems used in Gas power  plant and find its efficiency. 

CO5: Discuss and Analyze the working principle and basic  components of the hydro electric plants and Nuclear energy  Power Plant

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4,  

PO5, PO6, PO7, PO8,  

PO9, PO10, PO11, PO12,  PSO1, PSO2

 

BMET-803 (B) Environment and Ecology
BMET-803  (B) CO1- Explain the process and philosophical basis of scientific  inquiry. 

CO2- Describe the basic principles of ecology, including  population ecology, community ecology, and ecosystem  function. 

CO3- Describe the characteristics of the major biomes and  ecosystems of the Earth. 

CO4- Describe the interrelationships between land, sea, the  atmosphere and the living things that occupy these  environments. 

CO5- Discuss the role that humans play in affecting the  characteristics of the environment. 

CO6- Evaluate current environmental issues and problems  including the solutions and management practices that have been  used or offered to address these issues and problems.

PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5,  

PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9,  

PO10, PO11, PO12, PSO1

 

Coordinator of Department

Mr. Ajay Verma

Highest and Average Salary Package:

Highest Package
5.00 LPA

Average Package
3.50 LPA

Vision & Mission

Vision Of Department Of Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering endeavors to nurture creativity and innovation among the students by providing them adequate technical education along with ethical and human values to make them immediate contributors to their profession and society as a whole.

Mission Of Department Of Mechanical Engineering

 To achieve the vision of the department of Mechanical Engineering, we will be constantly strive

  • To impart quality technical education to the students and enhance their capability and skills for making them immediate contributors to the global competitive industrial environment and society.
  • To nurture the creativity and innovation among the students by providing an excellent academic environment, leadership and ethical guidance needed for lifelong learning along with a productive career.

Coordinator of Department

Mr. Ajay Verma

Highest and Average Salary Package:

Highest Package
5.00 LPA

Average Package
3.50 LPA