B.E. Mechanical Engineering (ME)

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  • The Mechanical Engineering programme curriculum is crafted in accordance with the National Education Policy (NEP), AICTE guidelines, and the VTU framework, incorporating insights from both industry and academia. 
  • The mechanical engineering curriculum includes a comprehensive array of courses: basic science courses, professional core courses, integrated professional core courses, professional electives, open electives, and ability enhancement courses, amounting to a total of 160 credit points.
  • The credit distribution is uniform for all the four years of engineering, wherein the students have to get 40 credits each every year to complete 160 credit points to be eligible for the award of Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering. 
  • The Mechanical Engineering curriculum also includes specialized Engineering Science Courses along with core areas such as Materials & Manufacturing, and Design & Thermal. Additional courses like Instrumentation and Controls, Design Thinking, and AI and ML for Mechanical Engineers are included to enhance the career potential of graduates.
  • Adhering to NEP guidelines, this multidisciplinary approach provides students with the diverse skill sets needed for success in various professional contexts.
  • In the second year, the curriculum covers foundational courses such as Engineering Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Materials, and Machining Science and Operations, along with Ability Enhancement and Engineering Science Courses like Instrumentation and Controls, and Python for Mechanical Engineers
  • The third-year curriculum includes IPCC courses like Machining Science & Operations, Fluid Mechanics, Engineering Thermodynamics, Turbo Machines, Heat Transfer, Finite Element Methods, and Mechanical Vibrations.
  • The fourth-year curriculum features advanced core courses such as Finite Element Methods and Mechanical Vibrations, a selection of professional and open electives including Additive Manufacturing and Product Design, and a strong emphasis on project work and internships. Additionally, online elective courses are included to enhance practical and industry-relevant skills.
  • The professional elective courses, including Supply chain management & Introduction to SAP, Process Equipment Design, Design for Manufacturing and Assembly, AI & ML for Mechanical Engineers  offer specialized training that enhances students’ technical expertise and prepares them for advanced roles in the engineering industry.
  • The open elective courses in the Mechanical Engineering curriculum, such as modern mobility, Additive Manufacturing, product design and development, project management provide students with opportunities to gain interdisciplinary knowledge and skills relevant to emerging technologies.
  • Ability enhancement courses are integrated at various stages, featuring topics like Idea Box – Innovation, UAV – Develop Drones, LabVIEW – Graphical Programming, Tomorrow’s Engineers – Engineering Solution to Societal Problems, and Tinkering Lab – Experiment and Conceptualize.
  • The curriculum incorporates Experiential Learning Components, NPTEL Video Links, and practical applications of the course content, exposing students to both theoretical and practical aspects of Mechanical Engineering.
  • Our graduates are prepared to meet the demands of the competitive global environment, with the mechanical engineering curriculum focused on cultivating engineers with strong character and social consciousness.
  • Additionally, the curriculum offers a wide range of open and professional electives that allow students to tailor their education to their interests and career aspirations, further enhancing their adaptability and expertise in the field.