M.Tech (Mechanical-Design)

Programme Highlights

EMPLOYABILITY & CAREER PATH WAYS :

  • A post graduate of M. Tech. (Mech) will work with the reputed core as well as service industries.
  • Pursue Careers in Academics, Research, Government or Semi-Government Undertakings.
  • A graduate may choose to pursue further studies like doctoral programme in reputed institute / universities.
  • Entrepreneurship.

IN NUMBERS

Generic Courses - 4
Subject Courses - 8
Projects - 3
Electives Courses - 5

QUICK FACTS

  • 2 Years - 4 Semesters - Full Time
  • Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
  • Credit and Grading System
  • Outcome Based Education (OBE)
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PROGRAMME DIFFERENTIATORS

  • Enriched programme structure with a fine blend of core and elective courses that provide in-depth knowledge and requisite skills.
  • Expertise – led by in house faculty and augmented by visiting, guest and adjunct faculty from industry and research organizations.
  • Research focus integrated through the curriculum, right from the first semester.
  • Enabling environment for nurturing Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
  • All electives offered through this program have got wide acceptance in industries and enterprises and prepares student for best of practices.

ADMISSIONS PROCESS

“The highest education is that which does not merely give us information, but makes our life in harmony with all existence” - Faculty / Quote by educationist

CURRICULUM

We build Machines that build Machines

The M.Tech. (Mech.) program is suitable for students who are interested in advanced learning and undertake a research project in mechanical engineering. The program offers advanced course of study covering design of mechanical systems. The programme is flexible and allows a learner to specialize in his/her area of interest by offering variety of elective courses . Focus is on conducting research in area of interest and writing a thesis that reports results and conclusions. Students must complete comprehensive project work culminating in the publication of a research paper in a national or international journal.

The Master’s program in Mechanical Engineering (Design) at VU prepares students to achieve following career and professional accomplishments within a few years of post-graduation. The post-graduates of the program

PEO1 : Will demonstrate good analytical, research and design skills in machine design.

PEO2 : Will adapt to changing technologies, modern tools and societal requirements and undertake research for creating innovative systems and optimized solutions.

PEO3 : Will be successful in industry, government, academia, research as analysts or designers.

PEO4 : Will contribute to society as ethical and responsible citizens.

PEO5 : Will thrive to pursue life-long reflective learning to fulfill their goals.

After completing this program a student should be able to:

PO1 : Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice

PO2 : Identify, critically analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems with comprehensive knowledge in the area of specialization

PO3 : Select modern engineering tools and techniques and use them with dexterity

PO4 : Design a system and process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as health, safety, security and manufacturability

PO5 : Contribute by research and innovation to solve engineering problems

PO6 : Devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions

PO7 : Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a contemporary, global, economical, environmental, and societal context for sustainable development

PO8 : Function professionally with ethical responsibility as an individual as well as in multidisciplinary teams with positive attitude

PO9 : Communicate effectively

PO10 : Appreciate the importance of goal setting and to recognize the need for life-long reflective learning

SEM-I

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
101 SC Advanced Stress Analysis 4 100
102 GC Computational Methods 4 100
103 GC Research Methodology 4 100
104 SE Elective I (Program Specific) 5 150
105 SE Elective II  (Department) 4 100
106 SC Seminar I 1 50
107 SC Lab practice I 3 100

SEM-II

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
201 SC Advanced Material Science 4 100
202 SC Analysis and Synthesis of Mechanisms 4 100
203 SC Advanced Finite Element Analysis 4 100
204 SE Elective III (Program  Specific) 4 100
205 SE Elective IV  (Program  Specific) 4 100
206 SC Seminar II 1 50
207 GC Intellectual Property Rights 1 50
208 SC Lab practice II 3 100

SEM-III

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
301 OE Open Elective 3 100
302 GC Research Writing 2 50
303 Project / Internship Internship/Value added course/In house Project 8 200
304 Project Dissertation Stage I 12 200

SEM-IV

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
401 Project Dissertation Stage II 25 350

Open Electives

Open Elective-1
Agricultural Processing and Food Engineering
Rural Technology & Community Development
Engineering System Modelling and Simulation
Soft Computing

Discipline Specifics Elective

Discipline Specifics Elective TracksCourse Name
Elective -I Advanced Mechanical Vibrations
Elective -I Advanced Machine Design
Elective -I Industrial Tribology
Elective -I Fracture Mechanics
Elective -II Energy Audit and Management
Elective -II Project Economics Management
Elective -II Measurement And Data Analysis
Elective -II Reliability Engineering
Elective -III Vehicle Dynamics
Elective -III Mechanics of Composites
Elective -III Design of Material Handling Equipment
Elective -III Process Equipment Design
Elective -IV Design of Experiments
Elective -IV Optimization Techniques
Elective -IV Robotics and Automation
Elective -IV Computational Fluid Dynamics

GA1 : Engineering knowledge

GA2 : Problem analysis

GA3 : Design/development of solutions

GA4 : Conduct investigations of complex problems

GA5 : Modern tool usage

GA6 : The engineer and society

GA7 : Environment and sustainability

GA8 : Ethics

GA9 : Individual and Team work

GA10 : Communication

GA11 : Project management and finance

GA12 : Life-long learning

  • Sharing excitement of knowledge and research with curious minds.
  • Refining teaching methods to best fit the audience.
  • Fostering environment in classroom that promotes question and discussion opportunities.
  • Providing opportunities to reinforce concepts by practicing through assigments, study group, teaching and research.
  • Using technology as a teaching aid that provides forum to ask questions, solve problems, and to extend learning outside the classroom.

Experiential learning is a process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as "learning through reflection on doing". It is important to enhance active and collaborative learning in engineering education by exposing students in various ways to real-world problems and situations.

  • Students are encouraged to design and carry out experimentation to test new ideas.
  • Students are exposed to modern tools and methods practiced in professional world.
  • Students are encouraged to get concrete experience of real-world problems and situations through internships in industries.
  • Students have to apply fundamental principles/concepts/theories and solve a real-world research problem in an innovative way and publish the results.
  • 100 credits to be earned
  • Minimum CGPA 4.0

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