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Introduction:

Mechanical engineers also do research, develop, design and test tools, engines, machines, and other mechanical devices. They work on power-producing machines such as electric generators, internal combustion engines, and steam and gas turbines as well as power-using machines such as refrigeration and air-conditioning equipments, machine tools, material handling systems, elevators and escalators, industrial production equipment and robots used in manufacturing. The Mechanical engineers may work in production operations in manufacturing or agriculture, maintenance, or technical sales; many are also absorbed as administrators or managers.

Career & Scope Mechanical engineers are needed in various public and private sector companies including the automobiles, chemical, electronics, steel plants, oil exploration and refining, technical wings of armed forces, space research organization and many other fields. Government sector recruits various positions including Junior Engineers, Assistant Engineers, Assistant Executive Engineers, Executive Engineers, and Superintendent Engineers and so on.

Some of the companies in which Mechanical Engineering Students can work are :

· Power Grid

· Hindustan Petroleum Ltd.

· Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BHEL)

· Hindustan Machine Tools Ltd. (HMT)

· National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC )

· Bharat Petroleum Ltd.

· ABG Shipyard Ltd.

· Tata Motors

· Godrej Ltd.

· Maruti India Ltd.

· Suzuki India Ltd

· Hindalco Industries Ltd.

· Indian Engineering Services (IES)

· Indian Administrative Services (IAS)

COURSE

DURATION

SPECIALIZATION

ELIGIBILITY

Ph.D.

2.5 - 5 Yrs.

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PG with 55% marks in relevant Stream

M.Tech (Regular)

2 Yrs.

Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering

B.Tech. or an equivalent degree in the related branch of engg. or M.Sc. degree in related branch with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognized university

M.Tech (Part-Time)

3 Yrs.

Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering

B.Tech. or an equivalent degree in the related branch of engg. or M.Sc. degree in related branch with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognized university

M.Tech (Integrated)

5 Yrs.

Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering

B.Tech. or an equivalent degree in the related branch of engg. or M.Sc. degree in related branch with a minimum of 55% marks from a recognized university

B.Tech (Regular)

4 yrs.

Mechanical Engineering

Intermediate / Higher secondary (10+2) PCM with percentage as per AICTE

B.Tech + MBA (Integrated)

5 yrs.

Mechanical Engineering

Intermediate / Higher secondary (10+2) PCM with percentage as per AICTE Norms

Diploma

3 Yrs.

Automobiles

10th Passed

List of Mechanical Lab Equipment (Click Here)

List of Mechanical Lab Experiments (Click Here)

  • Mechanical Vibration Lab
  • Turbo Machinary Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Dynamics of Machine Lab-I
  • Dynamics of Machine Lab-I
  • Thermal Engineering Lab-I
  • Thermal Engineering Lab-II
  • Mechanics of Solid Lab
  • IC Engine Lab
  • Dynamics of Machine Lab-II
  • Heat Transfer Lab
  • Workshop Practice Lab
  • Production Engineering Lab-I
  • Production Engineering Lab-II
  • CNC Lab

M.Tech. Production Engineering (Regular)

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M.Tech. Industrial Engineering (Regular)

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M.Tech. Production Engineering (Part-Time)

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M.Tech. Industrial Engineering (Part-Time)

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M.Tech. Production Engineering (Integrated)

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M.Tech. Industrial Engineering (Integrated)

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B.Tech. 1st Year (Regular)

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B.Tech. Mechanical (Regular)

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B.Tech. ME + MBA (Integrated)

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Diploma in Mechanical

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