Division of Mechanical Engineering
Overview of Mechanical Engineering
The Division of Mechanical Engineering of Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences is known for excellence in academics and research in the field of design & manufacturing engineering, material sciences & thermal management, renewable energy, metallurgy and mechatronics engineering. The department has well established laboratories and state of art research centers to carry out research and development in the thrust areas of food, water, health care and energy. Holistic education with values and ethics are imparted to students allowing them to pursue successful careers in product design, research and entrepreneurship. Students enjoy freedom to express their ideas through interaction with faculty and peers by participating in department technical clubs, research lab activities. This leads students to develop technical skills, innovative products, patents and leadership qualities.
To be recognized globally by providing industry and research-oriented education, raising skilled engineers who are innovative and competent in product development and successful in entrepreneurial and engineering practices.
Apply the engineering problem solving skills to career paths such as engineering education, industrial practice, start-up ventures, patenting and product development.
Conduct research and development resulting in tangible applications that advance technology and foster innovation to compete successfully in the global economy.
Advancing in entrepreneurial ventures that support sustainable economic development to enhance the quality of life of people world-wide.
B.TECH MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Programme Outcomes Attainment
Based on the NBA defined mandatory Graduate Attributes (GAs) and the Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) of the programme, the members of the Board of Studies have established the Programme Outcomes (POs). These were then passed on to select alumni and the faculty members of the department. Based on the inputs received from them, the POs were presented again to the Board of Studies (BOS) for revision and approval. In total, twelve POs were finalized.