Available courses

Course Aim & Summary:

The course aims at introducing engineering graphics as a language of engineers for universal communication. This course covers orthographic projections of points, lines, planes and solids. It also deals with development of surfaces and isometric projections of planes and solids. Students solve problems using manual sketching and professional CAD software for modelling and assembly of simple engineering components from various engineering domains. They work in teams to develop conceptual designs for an identified need

Course Objectives

The course will enable the students to:

·         Understand basics of Automobile Engineering & various Automotives system.

·         Understand vehicle layout, vehicle specifications & important of automobile.

·         Make the student conversant with drive train & transmission.

·         Make the student conversant with Suspension, Steering, Brakes systems & Tyre Wheel assembly.

·         Make the student conversant with Vehicle Maintenance & Garage Practice.

·         Understand the various Automobile Electrical System, Vehicle performance & their safety.


Course Outcomes

After completion of the course student would be able to

·         Handle technical & management problems in automotive industries.

·         Diagnosis the faults of automobile vehicles.

·         Understand various transmission systems, Suspension, brakes, Vehicle Performance, Vehicle Safety.

Course Objectives

The course will enable the students to:

·         Appreciate the fundamental principles of Fluid Mechanics

·         Study of working principle of various components used in hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

·         Select different components used in hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

·         Design of hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.

Understand industrial applications of hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.

Course Outcomes

·         At the end of the course, the students will be able to:

·     Understanding operating principles and constructional features of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

·         Knowledge with selection of hydraulic / pneumatic components

·      Understanding of designing and layout of Hydraulic Power package and trouble shooting.

Faculty Development Programme using CodeRunner/Moodle

Electronic Content Repository (ECR)

Programming Lab

The course ‘Elements of Mechanical Engineering’ aims at introducing principles of energy resources, thermodynamics, prime movers, pumps, materials science & composites, mechanical design, power transmission, manufacturing techniques (metal cutting, joining & foundry), mechatronics, 3D printing, robotics, electric mobility and applications.

This course integrates the laboratory component into the theory enabling students to understand the working and application of various mechanical systems. Students belonging to all branches of engineering are introduced to fundamental topics related to mechanical engineering.

This course also aims at developing skills by using workshop tools, equipment’s and materials to create various physical models. The course deals with basic manufacturing processes like fitting, sheet metal work, welding, soldering, machining, carpentry, casting and smithy useful for industries.

Mini project guidelines 

  • Background to the project Mid assessment will be in a form of a mini project. 
  • Students are expected to use the knowledge acquired in the module to analyse contemporary issues facing society or the country at large using the knowledge acquired in their study. 
  • This approach is meant to assist students to practically apply the knowledge acquired to address real world issues. 
  • Report - The mini project report should follow the format: