B.Tech (Mechanical)

Programme Highlights

EMPLOYABILITY & CAREER PATH WAYS :

  • Jobs in variety of public sector companies viz. ONGC, DRDO, SAIL, NTPC,VSSC,ISRO,IOC etc.
  • Jobs in variety of private sector companies viz. Larson & Toubro, TATA motors, TATA Technologies, Atlas Copco, Honeywell, Thermax, Mahindra& Mahindra etc.
  • BTech (Mechanical) graduate can also go for a career in IT Sector to work on mechanical/automobile related projects.
  • Graduate may choose to pursue further postgraduate studies or programs like M.Tech, MBA, MS & Ph.D.
  • Entrepreneurship.

IN NUMBERS

Foundation - 2
Ability Enhancement - 2
Skill Enhancement- 3
Generic - 19
Subject - 23
Projects - 4
Electives - 6
Audit Courses -2

QUICK FACTS

  • 4 Years - 8 Semesters - Full Time
  • Outcome Based Education (OBE)
  • Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
  • Credit and Grading System
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PROGRAMME DIFFERENTIATORS

  • Courses are developed in consultation with industry personnel to satisfy current and future needs
  • Value addition courses offered.
  • Computational software training courses included.
  • More number of electives offered and most of them address latest technologies.
  • Mandatory courses on skill and ability enhancement

ADMISSIONS PROCESS

CURRICULUM

Mechanical engineering do it with less energy and greater efficiency

The programme prepares students for their individual career paths with an ability to apply knowledge, skills and fundamental principles of mechanical engineering in the context of rapidly changing technologies. Core courses aim at preparing students for a variety of industries viz. manufacturing, casting, automobile, aerospace etc. The programme makes the learner competent to lead his/her career in the areas of design, materials, thermal, manufacturing, automation etc.

The Bachelor’s program in Mechanical Engineering at VU prepares students to achieve following career and professional accomplishments within a few years of graduation. The graduates of the program

PEO1: Will be equipped with sound knowledge of mathematics, science and technology useful to build complex mechanical engineering solutions.

PEO2: Will adapt to rapidly changing environment in the area of mechanical engineering.

PEO3: Will have skills of analyzing, designing and implementing mechanical systems using fundamental principles , modern tools and methods.

PEO4: Will have professional, managerial, financial skills and imbibe ethical practices for a successful career.

PEO5: Will respond to growing demands of society through lifelong learning.

After completing this program a student should be able to:

PO1 : Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering with focus on mechanical engineering

PO2 : Identify, formulate and analyze a problem using principles of basic sciences and mechanical engineering.

PO3 : Design a system, component or process to fulfill desired needs within realistic constraints such as manufacturing, economic, environmental, social, ethical, safety and sustainability

PO4 : Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.

PO5 : Apply techniques, skills, and modern mechanical engineering tools such as CAD, CAM and CAE necessary for engineering practice.

PO6 : Acquire the broad education necessary to understand the impact of mechanical engineering solutions in the context of global, economic, environmental, cultural, legal and social issues.

PO7 : Understand professional and ethical responsibility with contemporary issues.

PO8 : Function effectively as an individual and as a member of multidisciplinary team.

PO9 : Communicate effectively with the engineering community and society.

PO10 : Apply project and financial management principles as a leader and team member in a multidisciplinary environment.

PO11 : Recognize the need and engage in life-long learning.

SEM-I

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
101 GC Applied Maths-1 5 100
102 GC Basic Civil &Env. Engineering 4 100
103 GC Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 4 100
104 GC Applied Physics / Chemistry 4 100
105 GC Engineering Graphics 4 100
106 FC Functional English-I 1 25
107 GC Workshop Practice 1 25
108 FE Foundation Elective-1 1 25

SEM-II

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
201 GC Applied Maths-2 5 100
202 GC Basic Mechanical Engineering 4 100
203 GC Fundamentals of Electronics Engineering 4 100
204 GC Applied Chemistry /  Physics 4 100
205 GC Engineering Mechanics 4 100
206 FC Principals of Programming & Logic Building Using C 3 50
207 FE Foundation Elective-2 1 25

SEM-III

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
301 GC Applied Maths-3 5 100
302 GC Strength of Materials 3 100
303 GC Fluid Mechanics 3 100
304 FC Communication Skills 1 25
305 SC Applied Thermodynamics I 3 100
306 SC Material Science and Metallurgy 3 100
307 SC Lab Practice -  I 3 100
308 SC Skill Development 2 50
309 AE Audit Elective-1 0 25

SEM-IV

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
401 GC Electronics and Electrical Engineering 3 100
402 GC Value Education 3 100
403 FC Soft Skills 1 25
404 SC Applied Thermodynamics II 3 100
405 SC Manufacturing Processes I 3 100
406 SC Lab Practice II 3 100
407 SC Theory of Machines I 5 100
408 SC Workshop Practice II 1 25
409 SC Computer Aided Machine Drawing 1 25
410 AE Audit Elective-2 0 25

SEM-V

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
501 SC Heat Transfer 3 100
502 SC Theory of Machines II 3 100
503 SC Design of Machine Elements I 3 100
504 SC Manufacturing Processes II 3 100
505 SC Measurements and Controls 3 100
506 SC Lab Practice III 3 100
507 SC Computer Aided Engineering 1 25
508 Project /Internship Mini Project 1 25
509 FC Aptitude-I 2 50

SEM-VI

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
601 GC Project Management 3 100
602 SC Computational Techniques 3 100
603 SC Design of Machine Elements II 3 100
604 SC Lab Practice IV 2 50
605 SE Elective-I 4 100
606 Project /Internship Value Added Training / Industrial Training 5 100
607 FC Aptitude-II 2 50

SEM-VII

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
701 GC Law for Engineers 3 100
702 GC Quantitative Decision Making  Techniques 3 100
703 SC Power Plant Engineering 4 100
704 SC Dynamics of Machinery 4 100
705 SE Elective II 4 100
706 Project /Internship Project Stage-1 5 100

SEM-VIII

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
801 SC Industrial Engineering 3 100
802 SC Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 4 100
803 SC Elective III 4 100
804 OE Open Elective 3 100
805 Project/Internship Project Stage II 7 150

Foundation Electives

Foundation Elective-1Foundation Elective-2
Economics for Engineers Functional English-2
Behavioural Sciences Foreign Language

Audit Electives

Audit Electives-1Audit Electives-2
Road Safety Entrepreneurship Development
Innovations in engineering field / Agriculture Intellectual Property Right

Discipline Specifics Elective

Discipline Specifics Elective TracksCourse Name
DSE-I: Design Track Mechanics of Composite Material
DSE-I: Design Track Product Design and Development / Mechanical System Design
DSE-I: Design Track Finite Element Analysis / Tribology
DSE-II: Thermal Track Design of Pumps, Blowers and Compressors / Fluid Power Engineering (O)
DSE-II: Thermal Track Energy Audit and Management (O)
DSE-II: Thermal Track Computational Fluid Dynamics (O)
DSE-II: Thermal Track Non-Convectional Energy Sources
DSE-III: Manufacturing Track  Machine Tool Design 
DSE-III: Manufacturing Track CAD/CAM and Automation 
DSE-III: Manufacturing Track Design for Manufacturing and Assembly / Advance Manufacturing Processes 
DSE-III: Manufacturing Track  Robotics and Artificial Intelligence 
DSE-IV: Allied Technology Track  Advanced Metallurgy 
DSE-IV: Allied Technology Track Automobile Engineering
DSE-IV: Allied Technology Track Technology and Financial Management / Reliability Engineering

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

  • Treating all students equal, regardless of age, gender, nationality, intellectual ability or personal attractiveness.
  • Understanding student's point of view before attempting to give them your own.
  • Teaching knowledge, skills and attitude for developing overall personality.
  • Exposing students to industrial environment and problems – experiential learning.
  • Supplementing curriculum with industry-focused addon courses, workshops, internships and conferences.  
  • Using ICT Tools in teaching.

Mechanical Engineering program allows students to apply their knowledge and conceptual understanding to real-world problems. They are encouraged to use modern tools & methods to solve these problems and are supplemented with various skill-based value-added courses on computer-aided design and engineering. Students also do internships in industries of repute and carry out minor and major projects.

  • 183 credits to be earned
  • All audit courses to be completed with ‘S’ (Satisfactory) grade
  • Minimum CGPA 4.0
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