Level 1: · Engineering Physics · Engineering Chemistry · Calculus and Laplace Transforms · Differential & Difference Equations · Engineering Mechanics · Engineering Drawing · Environmental Studies · Introduction to Problem Solving · Materials Science · Management Elective · Engineering Design · Swachh Bharat · Technical Writing & Composition
Level 2: · Machine Drawing · Fluid Mechanics · Engineering Thermodynamics · Materials Engineering & Technology · Complex Variables and Partial Differential Equations · Strength of Materials · Mechanics of Machines · Manufacturing Engineering · Thermal Engineering Systems · Power Plant Engineering · Project Exhibition – I · Non Destructive Testing · MEMS · Operations Research · New Product Development
Level 3: · Project Exhibition – II · Applied Numerical Methods · Heat and Mass Transfer · Machining Processes and Metrology · Design of Machine Elements · Design of Transmission Systems · Engineering Projects in Community Service · Robotics & Automation · Turbomachines · CAD/CAM
Level 4: · Finite Element Methods · Automobile Engineering · Advanced Machining Processes · Capstone Project
The core industries which employ mechanical graduates are leading automotive, manufacturing, energy, textile and paper industries. Mechanical engineers today are expanding their horizon globally in the area of Autonomous Ground Vehicles, Robotics, Automation and Intelligent Systems, Advanced defence systems, Electric vehicles, Energy Efficient Systems, Healthcare, Digital Manufacturing, Alternative fuels, Safety and Security, Interconnected Machines, Green Manufacturing, Mechatronics, Additive Manufacturing etc., Graduates can also appear in the competitive exams like GATE, for recruitment in PSUs (BHEL, NTPC, ONGC, BPCL, HPCL etc) or pursuing Master’s in Engineering and Technology in India. Students can also write GRE to pursue their Masters’ abroad in various universities.