The Mechanical Engineering Department was established in the year 2009 with an intake of 60 students and now in 2013 batch we have a triple intake of 180 students. The Department also offers a PG Program in Manufacturing Engineering. The department has research centre recognized by Anna University. It offers PhD programme in Mechanical Engineering. The department has the state-of-the-art facilities for various laboratories and a departmental library. The students are guided by a group of 39 faculty members who are highly qualified and experienced to train the students to meet the fast changing needs of technology. They are also available to support and advise students to work out learning strategies to progress and achieve their academic goals.

Vision

As a department in a vibrant institution, we will be a premier choice for the talented, prospective students. Be recognized by employers and our alumni as a source of outstanding engineers, entrepreneurs and leaders in the field of Mechanical Engineering where the best of teaching, learning and research synergize.

Mission

DM1 :Establish itself as a world-class academic center through expert pedagogical methods and modern laboratories.
DM2 :Provide ample research opportunities aimed at promoting research activities among students and faculty members.
DM3 :Promote continues industry institute collaboration aimed at promoting employability, entrepreneurship and leadership aptitude among students
DM4 :Prepare the students to be psychologically strong and emotionally balanced, imbibed with social consciousness and ethical values.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO 1 :Apply /Expand their knowledge in basic science for shining in various disciplines of Mechanical Engineering with the emphasis on design, Thermal, Materials and Manufacturing
PEO 2 :Enrich expertise to meet the global standards with ethical and social responsibility.
PEO 3 :Resolve industrial, social and environmental problems with modern engineering tools.
PEO 4 :Develop skills to lead a team, by effectively communicating at both technical and interpersonal skill levels.
PEO 5 :Think rationally and pursue every day learning contributing to the development of the profession, nation and safety

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Engineering Graduates will be able  to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply    the    knowledge    of    mathematics,      science,    engineering fundamentals,            and an engineering  specialization to the solution of complex  engineering  problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify,     formulate,     review    research   literature,     and   analyze    complex engineering            problems   reaching  substantiated   conclusions  using  first   principles   of   mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering  sciences.
  3. Design/development   of   solutions:   Design  solutions   for  complex   engineering    problems      and  design  system    components    or   processes   that    meet   the   specified    needs   with    appropriate consideration  for  the   public   health   and  safety,   and  the  cultural,    societal,   and   environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex  problems:  Use  research-based   knowledge   and   research methods            including  design  of experiments,   analysis and interpretation   of data,  and synthesis   of the information            to provide  valid conclusions.
  5. Modern  tool   usage:  Create,   select,  and  apply  appropriate   techniques,   resources,   and  modern engineering            and IT tools  including  prediction  and modeling  to complex  engineering   activities   with  an understanding of the  limitations.
  6. The   engineer  and   society:   Apply  reasoning   informed   by  the  contextual    knowledge    to   assess societal,            health,  safety,  legal  and cultural  issues and the  consequent  responsibilities   relevant   to the professional            engineering   practice.
  7. Environment  and  sustainability:    Understand  the  impact  of the  professional  engineering   solutions in            societal    and   environmental     contexts,    and   demonstrate    the   knowledge    of,   and    need   for sustainable       development.
  8. Ethics: Apply  ethical  principles   and commit  to professional  ethics  and  responsibilities    and  norms   of the            engineering   practice.
  9. Individual   and   team  work:   Function  effectively   as an  individual,   and  as a  member   or  leader  in diverse            teams,  and  in multidisciplinary    settings.
  10. Communication:    Communicate    effectively   on complex  engineering   activities   with  the   engineering community      and  with  society  at  large,  such as, being  able to comprehend   and write  effective   reports and            design  documentation,     make  effective   presentations,   and give  and receive  clear  instructions.
  11. Project    management     and    finance:     Demonstrate      knowledge     and    understanding       of    the engineering      and  management     principles   and  apply   these  to  one’s   own  work,   as  a  member    and leader            in a team,  to  manage  projects   and in multidisciplinary     environments.
  12. Life-long learning:    Recognize   the  need  for,  and  have  the  preparation    and  ability   to  engage  in independent    and  life-long   learning   in the  broadest   context   of technological    change.
Program Specific Outcomes

  1. PSO 1: Programming skills: To interpret component drawings and develop CNC program to machine castings using CNC machines.
  2. PSO 2: Drawing analysis: An ability to analyze the design and drawings of Industrial components to cater the needs of regional industries.