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B.Tech-Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering Stream covers maximum proffessional fields. Department of Mechanical Engineering is equipped with latest industrial machines and tools for every lab. We have a large mechanical workshop equipped with carpentary shop, smithy shop, foundary shop, and many more. The labs are designed to expose the students to the fields of manufacturing, designing, analysis, automobile industry, etc. The department focuses extensively on practical training sessions to give an in-depth understanding of Robot fundamentals, Simulation, Manipulations, Controls and Programming.

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Higher Studies


Product Design Engineer

Production Manager 

Technical Engineer 

Manufacturing Systems Engr 

Industrial Engineer 

Installation and Maintenance 

Research & Development 

Production Control Supervisor

M. Tech. 

  Fluid Mechanics




  Heat, Power & Thermal Engg 

  Hydraulics Engineering 

  Material Science & Tech. 

Engineering Mechanics Lab 

Material Science & Testing Lab 

Measurement & Metrology 

Automobile Engineering Lab 

Fluid Mechanics & Machinery 

Heat & Mass Transfer Lab 

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 

Total Intake (Seats)        :        120

Course Duration             :        04 Years

Eligibility Criteria:

For admission to the B.Tech. Programme, candidate must have passed (10+2) examination with compulsory subjects (Physics and Mathematics) and with one of the subject (Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology). Management seats are filled directly by the institute based on the merit of UPSEE/AIEEE rank or merit in qualifying examination (10+2). (As per the UPTU Norms)

For Diploma Holders: passed diploma examination from an AICTE approved institute with at least 50% marks (45 % for reserved category)

For B.Sc. Graduates: passed B.Sc. Degree from recognized University as defined by UGC with   at least 50% marks (45 % for reserved category) and passed (10+2) with mathematics as a subject.

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