Manufacturing is the backbone of any industrialized society in today’s competitive world. Various Mechanical gadgets which are used in our day to day life activities are an outcome of manufacturing science and engineering. Mechanical Engineers are the driving force behind the design and evaluation of various systems. Mechanical Engineering in the current scenario not only revolves around the basic areas of Thermal Engineering, Knowledge of Automobiles, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems, Materials or Manufacturing Science, but has rather become an interdisciplinary horizon of vast knowledge with endless application areas. The students interested to learn Mechanical Systems are exposed to various courses designed with an objective to impart maximum practical based knowledge, to master these budding engineers to work under challenging environment.
Mechanical Engineering also involves an analysis of various energy related issues which include energy conversion, storage and utilization (engines and power plants, etc.). The present day engineering scenario also deals with the issues like design of environmental systems, recycling and disposability of materials, etc. During the entire pattern of this learning process, the mechanical engineering students are also trained on recently developed advanced technologies like non traditional machining systems, robotics and computer integrated manufacturing systems, etc.
During the entire pattern of this learning process, the mechanical engineering students are also trained on recently developed advanced technologies like non traditional machining systems, robotics and computer integrated manufacturing systems, etc.
The students trained through our Mechanical Engineering programme have successfully gained technical positions in various corporate and industrial houses, within and outside the country.
The School of Mechanical Engineering, in SMVDU came into existence in the year 2006, when the first batch started off with a total number of 45 candidates. The number today exceeds 230 which include B.Tech., M.Tech. and Ph.D.
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The overall objective of Mechanical Engineering programme is to train the budding engineers for a better tomorrow, who can effectively play lead roles in increasing the economic growth of the nation and society as a whole. The key areas of focus while designing the Mechanical Engineering programme are as follows: