The curriculum of Mechanical Engineering is designed and developed to ensure that every graduate is having competencies, intellectual skills and knowledge which equip them to contribute to the society by solving human problems through productive and satisfying careers as innovators, decision makers and leaders in the national and international levels. The curriculum development cell of the department including all the faculty members and the Board of Studies comprising of experts from industry, academicians from National Institute of repute, stakeholders such as alumni, student and faculty members of the department involve in framing the application oriented curriculum by considering the following requirements.
- Effective application of knowledge of mathematics, science and technical subjects.
- Core and Elective courses with specialization in the emerging / multidisciplinary areas.
- Planning and design to conduct scientific and technical experiments.
- Analysis and interpretation of scientific, technical and economic data collected.
- Design of parts, subsystems, systems and/or processes to meet specific needs and industry requirements.
- Identification, formulation and solving of problems using simulation.
- Use of techniques/tools including software to develop programming skills.
- Effective communication skills and leadership/participation in team work.
- Fulfillment of professional, social and ethical responsibilities.
- Sensitivity to environmental and energy issues and concerns.
- Planning, development and implementation of strategies for life-long learning