Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is a broad profession that traditionally comprises three primary sub fields: energy, mechanisms and machinery, along with controls. The work done by mechanical engineers includes the design, construction, and use of systems for the conversion of energy available from natural sources (water, fossil fuels, nuclear fuels, solar radiation) to other forms of useful energy (for transportation, heat, light, power) design and production of machines to lighten the burden of servile human work and to do work otherwise beyond human capability, processing of materials into useful products, and creative planning, development, and operation of systems using energy, machines, resources and manufacturing.
Total Seats:120

Course Structure Of First Year

  • First year First Semester
  • First year, Second Semester

Course Structure Of Second Year

  • Second year, Fourth Semester
  • Second year, Third Semester

Course Structure Of Third Year

  • Third year, Fifth Semester
  • Third year, Sixth Semest
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Syllabus Of First Year

Syllabus Of Second Year

Syllabus Of Third Year

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