B.Tech in Mechanical EngineeringVishveshwaraya Group of Institutions
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The course of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2001-2002
with an annual intake of 60 students in B. Tech. Course. The intake has subsequently been increased to 120 students per year. The course is divided into Eight Semesters.
4 Weeks and 6 weeks Industrial Training is compulsory for students of 2nd and 3rd year respectively. Department helps in arranging the training.Evaluation is done on the basis of a report submitted by each students followed by a seminar on it. Students are also taken on study tour to industries and relevant organizations
Workshop and Laboratories are the heart of any Mechanical Engineering Department. A well equipped workshop occupying over 5000 sq. ft. area has adequate facilitates for training of students. It houses Machine, Welding, Sheet Metal Working, Carpentry, Fitting and Smithy shops. Following laboratories provide necessary experience in practical work: Material Testing & Material Sc.,Dynamics of Machine, Fluid Mechanics, Fluid Machinery, Applied Thermodynamics, Automobile Engg., -Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Heat & Mass Transfer, CAD /CAM, Engg. Graphics, Measurement and Metrology, Manufacturing Science.
The Central Library has more than 350 titles of books in different subjects of Mechanical Engineering with over 2500 volumes of these books. It also has many CDs related to the field of Mechanical Engineering and subscribes to relevant journals, both international and national, on current subjects.
Faculty consists of 15 well qualified and experienced members with one Ph. D. and four M.Tech. qualifications. Some of them are pursuing further studies leading to Ph. D. and M. Tech. degrees. Teachers are actively involved in pursuing research.
The qualified and experienced faculty, modern and up to date infrastructure, good classroom teaching and laboratory work have produced excellent results of the students, with an average of 80 pass percentage in first year, approaching 100 per cent in third and fourth years.