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Mechanical engineering is known as the evergreen branch among all the other branches of engineering. Traditionally, mechanical engineers have to deal with concepts such as thermodynamics, robotics, kinematics, designing of mechanical elements, fluid mechanics and manufacturing science with their applications in Manufacturing sector, Automotive Sector, Aerospace, Thermal Power Sector, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Sector.

Through the excellence of its people, the Mechanical Engineering Department of Smt. Indira Gandhi College of Engineering will be recognized as a leader of its discipline in a manner that exemplifies the traditions of learning, discovery, and engagement. The department will be a desirable place to study and work, with our community comprising the best and the brightest, because of educational programs grounded in the mechanical engineering sciences and set within the context of meeting important societal needs. Major subjects include fluid mechanics, thermodynamics & heat transfer, materials engineering, manufacturing, energy systems, dynamics & control, Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), finite element analysis, mechatronics, robotics and others.


The Mechanical Engineering Department endeavors to be recognized for outstanding education leading to employable engineers to shoulder the responsibilities of transforming the nation.

  • Create competent Mechanical Engineering graduates by providing excellent infrastructure and facilities.
  • Develop industry ready multifaceted graduates by promoting Industry-Institute Relations.
  • To provide the students with academic environment of excellence, leadership, ethical guidelines and lifelong learning
  • PEO-1: To train students with practical skills and experimental practices related to core and applied areas of mechanical engineering.
  • PEO-2: To prepare Learner to use modern tools effectively in order to solve real life problems.
  • PEO-3: To train the students to analyse the real life problems with industrial visits, vocational trainings, and guest lecturers covering different practical aspects of mechanical engineering.
  • PEO- 4: To guide students to conduct themselves in a responsible, professional and ethical manner.
  • PSO 1: The student will be able to apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Sciences and engineering fundamentals to formulate, analyse and provide solutions to the problems related to Mechanical engineering.
  • PSO 2: The students will be able to successfully apply the principles of design, analysis and implementation of mechanical systems/processes which have been learned as a part of the curriculum.

There is wide scope of job avenues for Mechanical Engineers in India. Few job avenues are highlighted below:

  • Aerospace industry - researches, designs, manufactures, operates and maintains aircraft
  • Automotive industry - designs, manufactures, distributes and markets motor vehicles
  • Thermal plants and gas turbine manufacturers - designs, manufactures, operates and maintains turbines and thermal plants
  • Air conditioning and refrigeration industry - researches, designs, manufactures, operates and maintains the air conditioning and refrigeration equipments
  • Chemical industry - covers oil companies, chemicals manufacturers and the businesses that support them (e.g. to build new plants or develop new process technologies)
  • Defence industry - provides equipment, support and services for the armed forces and national security
  • Electronics industry - designs and manufactures components and complete equipment for sectors from automotive to medicine and the military
  • Fast moving consumer goods industry - manufactures products such as household cleaning items, personal hygiene goods and convenience foods
  • Marine industry - develops and helps operate vessels
  • Materials and metals industry - activities include developing new materials and manufacturing components or end products
  • Pharmaceuticals industry - develops and manufactures drugs
  • Rail industry - designs, constructs, manages and maintains rail system components from trains and tracks to electrical power systems and train control systems
  • Utilities industry - helps supply power, water, waste management and telecoms

Course Details

Applied Mathematics III Applied Mathematics IV
Thermodynamics Fluid Mechanics
Strength of Materials Industrial Electronics
Production Process I Production Process II
Material Technology Kinematics of Machinery



Internal Combustion Engines Metrology and Quality engineering
Mechanical Measurements and Control Machine Design I
Heat Transfer Finite Element analysis
Dynamics of Machinery Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Department Level Elective Course I (Any one)

1) Press Tool Design

2) Machining Sciences and Tool Design

3) Design of Jigs and Fixtures

Department Level Elective Course II (Any one)

1) Mechatronics

2) Robotics

3) Industrial Automation



Machine Design II

Design of Mechanical Systems


Industrial Engineering and Management

Production Planning and Control

Power Engineering

Department Level Elective Course III (Any one)

1)Mechanical Vibrations

2) Automobile Engineering

3) Pumps, Compressors and Fans

4) Computational Fluid Dynamics

Department Level Elective Course IV (Any one)

1)Power Plant Engineering

2)Rapid Prototyping

3)Renewable Energy Systems

4)Energy Management in Utility Systems

Institute Level Optional Course –I (Any one)

1) Product Lifecycle Management

2)Reliability Engineering

3)Management Information System

4)Design of Experiments

5)Operation Research

6)Cyber Security and Laws

7)Disaster Management and Mitigation Measures

8)Energy Audit and Management

9)Development Engineering

Institute Level Optional Course –II (Any one)

1)Project Management

2)Finance Management

3)Entrepreneurship Development and Management

4)Human Resource Management

5)Professional Ethics and CSR

6)Research Methodology

7)IPR and Patenting

8)Digital Business Management

9)Environmental Management