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About the course
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Hons) course is designed to produce knowledgeable and competent human resource in the mechanical engineering field. It is a broad-based curriculum in Mechanical Engineering where for the first two years it prepares the students with the essential theories and practical skills and in the last two years, the students are exposed various to courses, which will prepare them for a future career in mechanical engineering. Graduates of this programme are capable to perform engineering tasks in manufacturing or production sectors, power generation, oil and gas, transportation (train, naval, aircraft) and building construction. Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics, science and mechanical engineering fundamentals to the solution of complex engineering problems and to critically identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex engineering problems based on first principles of engineering knowledge. Students will gain the ability to design solutions for systems, components or processes for complex engineering problems and the ability to conduct investigation and research into complex problems to provide valid conclusions.
- Ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
- Ability to create, select and apply contemporary skills, tools and techniques in complex mechanical engineering activities.
- Ability to assess and apply social, health, safety, legal and cultural responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
Co-Curriculum I*, Engineering Drawing I, Engineering Math I, Engineering Workshop, Interactive Skills, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation, Introduction To Mech. Engineering, Material Science, Office application Technology, Statics, Technical & Professional Communication
Dynamics, Electrical Technology. (power & machines), Engineering Drawing II (Computer Aided), Engineering Experimentation I, Engineering Materials, Engineering Math II, Fluid Mechanics I, Introduction to Design, Numerical Methods, Solid Mechanics I, Thermodynamics I
Component Design, Computer Programming, Control Engineering, Engineering Electronics & Microprocessors, Fluid Mechanics II, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Processes, Measurements & Instrumentation, Mechanics Of Machines & Vibration, Solid Mechanics II, Thermodynamics II, Engineering Experimentation II, Industrial Training
Elective I**, Elective II**, Elective III**, Engineering. Management, Safety & Economics, Engineers & Society, Entrepreneurship for Engineers, Finite Elements, System Design, Thesis Project I, Thesis Project II, **Final Year Elective Subjects To Be Offered / Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning / Vibration & Vibration Measurements / Acoustics & Noise – Control & measurements / Material Processing / Material Selection / NanoMaterials / Production Planning & Control / Robotics
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