Programme overview

Mechanical engineering has long been a favoured option among students for its versatility and wide range of career opportunities. It remains a classic choice, encompassing comprehensive courses that delve into the intricacies and importance of complex machinery. The four-year B.Tech. degree in mechanical engineering equips students with theoretical knowledge in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, mechanisms, and structural analysis.

  • 4 Years

    Duration of Program

  • UG

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Well-equipped labs with simulation facilities
Regular ICT use and content development
Integrated workstations for project development
One TOT-certified skill trainer
Advanced Robotics Lab Setup

How will you benefit

Versatile Career Opportunities: Explore diverse career prospects in industries like automotive, aerospace, energy, and manufacturing.
Problem-Solving Skills: Develop strong analytical and problem-solving abilities to tackle complex engineering challenges.
Hands-on Experience: Acquire practical skills through coursework, laboratory sessions, and projects.
Professional Growth: B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering lays a strong foundation for continuous learning and specialization.

What will you study

Mathematics: Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics.

Physics: Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism.

Engineering Mechanics: Statics, Dynamics, Strength of Materials.

Materials Science: Properties of Engineering Materials, Manufacturing Processes.

PO1- An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to the solution of problems in mechanical systems, including the design, analysis, and optimization of such systems.
PO2- An ability to use modern engineering tools and software to design and analyse mechanical systems and to simulate and model mechanical processes.
PO3- An understanding of the principles of mechanics, thermodynamics, materials science, and manufacturing processes and their application to mechanical systems.
PO4- An understanding of the importance of sustainability and environmental impact in the design and operation of mechanical systems.
PO5- An ability to design and analyze mechanical components and systems, including the selection of appropriate materials, manufacturing processes, and production methods.

PSO1- To impart sound fundamentals of the basic sciences, viz., mathematics, physics, and chemistry, so as to apply them for engineering problem analysis and prepare students for higher education and research in the chosen field.
PSO2- To achieve the ability to gather and synthesise engineering data with basic knowledge of engineering and prepare students for successful careers in industry while generating a thirst for knowledge and lifelong learning.

PEO1- Be well-educated professionals who utilise their intellectual learning, applied technology experience, leadership skills, and global awareness in successful careers and continue to improve their skills through lifelong learning and advanced studies;
PEO2- Effectively practise as professional engineers, managers, and leaders in the maritime and energy industries and a wide variety of other fields, and as licenced engineers in the merchant marine;
PEO3- Successfully combine fundamental engineering knowledge, core leadership skills, and the practical experience gained at the Academy to turn ideas into reality for the benefit of society;
PEO4- Be influential members of multidisciplinary teams, creatively and effectively contributing to the design, development, and objective evaluation of engineering components, systems, and products;
PEO5- Personally assume and actively encourage peers to uphold the professional, ethical, social, and environmental responsibilities as well as the safety practises of their profession;
PEO5- Demonstrate professional and effective communication skills to varying audiences, including colleagues, customers, and the general public.


  • Mathematics - I
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • English Communication Skills
  • Workshop Practice


Manufacturing Engineer
Project Engineer
Aerospace Engineer
Automotive Engineer


To be eligible for admission, applicants must have successfully completed 10+2 or an equivalent examination from a recognised Board. The essential subjects for eligibility include Physics, Mathematics, and English.

Applicants must have studied Chemistry, Biotechnology, Biology, or any technical vocational subject as an optional subject. A minimum overall score of 50% is required in Physics, Mathematics, and one of the optional subjects.

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