The Mechanical Engineering discipline was established with the following objectives:

  1. To train engineers at Diploma levels, and equip them with the fundamental concepts and techniques of mathematics, science, and engineering.

  2. To foster a learning environment that produces high-quality Electrical engineers readily employable by the industry and research organizations.

  3. To produce engineers at Diploma levels who can use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.



Features / Job Opportunities of Mechanical Engg. Branch 


  1. Interdisciplinary Nature: Mechanical engineering involves aspects of physics, mathematics, materials science, and engineering principles, making it an interdisciplinary field.

  2. Design and Analysis: Mechanical engineers are involved in the design and analysis of mechanical systems, components, and processes to meet specific performance criteria.

  3. Problem Solving: Mechanical engineers are trained to solve complex engineering problems related to mechanics, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, and heat transfer.

  4. Versatility: Mechanical engineers can work in a wide range of industries including automotive, aerospace, energy, manufacturing, robotics, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), and more.

  5. Innovation and Creativity: Mechanical engineering encourages innovation and creativity in designing new products, improving existing ones, and developing advanced technologies.

  6. Hands-on Experience: Mechanical engineering programs often include laboratory work, projects, and internships, providing hands-on experience in applying theoretical knowledge to practical applications.

  7. Global Demand: Mechanical engineers are in demand worldwide due to the broad applicability of their skills across various industries.

Job Opportunities:

  1. Design Engineer: Design engineers are responsible for creating and developing mechanical components, products, and systems using computer-aided design (CAD) software.

  2. Manufacturing Engineer: Manufacturing engineers work on optimizing production processes, ensuring efficiency, quality, and cost-effectiveness in manufacturing operations.

  3. Mechanical Systems Engineer: These engineers design and analyze complex mechanical systems such as HVAC systems, thermal systems, and fluid systems.

  4. Automotive Engineer: Automotive engineers design and develop vehicles and their components, focusing on performance, safety, and fuel efficiency.

  5. Aerospace Engineer: Aerospace engineers work on designing, testing, and manufacturing aircraft, spacecraft, and related systems.

  6. Energy Engineer: Energy engineers focus on designing and optimizing energy systems, including renewable energy technologies, power plants, and energy-efficient systems.

  7. Robotics Engineer: Robotics engineers design, build, and program robots for various applications in industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, and defense.

  8. Consulting Engineer: Consulting engineers provide expert advice and solutions to companies on various mechanical engineering-related projects and challenges.

  9. Research and Development (R&D) Engineer: R&D engineers work on developing new technologies, materials, and processes to advance the field of mechanical engineering.

  10. Project Engineer/Manager: Project engineers/managers oversee engineering projects from conception to completion, ensuring they meet deadlines, budgets, and quality standards.


Course Intake :


    NAME OF Course 


Course  duration



  Mechanical Engineering   


3 Years

 10 Pass


Teaching Faculties:






   Ruchi Sirotha



   Girdhar Gopal Khichi   






Mechanical Engineering discipline is supported by a team of two faculty members having excellent academic credentials as well as extensive teaching experience.