About the Department
The Department of mechanical Engineering started to function in the year 2010 with the vision to nurture the competency of the students in solving engineering problems and strengthening them to visualize their dream as Mechanical Engineers in reputed firms. The Department has well established workshops and laboratories to equip the students to get trained with all kinds of machineries and tools. The dedicated faculty members contribute the best possible training for the students as Mechanical Engineers’ demand in business and engineering services is predicted to rise faster than average.
The Undergraduate Program (UG) of the Department of Mechanical Engineering has been in operation since 2010, with the goal of developing technically skilled and socially responsible engineers. In the 2013-14 academic year, the department added a Postgraduate course in Manufacturing Engineering with total enrolment of 24 students. The Department is housed in a 1594 sq.mt building with total size of 1594 sq.mt. with 7 classrooms, 12 labs, tutorial room, Departmental library and seminar hall. The workstations and laboratories are well-equipped, and students have access to all resources for gaining practical experience. The Department features a unique mix of energetic young people who are led by a group of distinguished and experienced teachers. In the University Examinations, the Department has consistently produced good results. Faculty and students have presented research papers at national and international conferences.
Outcome Based Education
Mechanical Engineering at BIoE endeavors to follow the Outcome Based Education for all the UG and PG programme offered under the choice based credit system (CBCS) curriculum. It is aimed to achieve the outcomes in terms of Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analysing, Evaluating and Create at the end of the programme. This entails a regular methodology for ascertaining the attainment of outcomes, and benchmarking these against the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs), Program Outcomes (POs), Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) consistent with the objectives of the programme.
To become a center of learning by inculcating technical skills among the students in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
To impart quality technical education by adopting learner-centric approach in order to empower the creativity and productivity among the students.
Our graduates will have successful professional careers in industry, government, academia and military as innovative engineers.
Our graduates will be successful in solving engineering problems associated with the lifecycle of mechanical systems.
Our graduates will continue to learn and advance their careers through activities such as participation in professional organizations, attainment of professional certification and seeking higher education.
Our graduates will be active members ready to serve the society locally and globally.
An ability to apply knowledge of Mathematics and Engineering sciences to develop mathematical models for industrial problems.
An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems with high degree of competence.
An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data obtained through those experiments.
An ability to design mechanical systems, component, or a process to meet desired needs within the realistic constraints such as environmental, social, political and economic sustainability.
An ability to use modern tools, software and equipment to analyze multidisciplinary problems.
An ability to demonstrate on professional and ethical responsibilities.
An ability to communicate, write reports and express research findings in a scientific community.
An ability to adapt quickly to the global changes and contemporary practices.
An ability to engage in life-long learning.
To prepare the Engineering graduates to
PSO 1: Employability: Students acquire technical and managerial skills that make them an employable graduate.
PSO 2: Research: Students acquire theoretical background of each course so that they are capable of applying it for solving real-time (Physical) problems.
Some of the main responsibilities of a Mechanical Engineer involve providing effective and efficient solutions to manufacturers. The process of planning and design is run on all stages of creating a product and hence, one will be completely involved. Here are some of the tasks as a Mechanical Engineer:
Theoretical designs must be developed, tested and evaluated on its performance
Deal with manufacturing departments, sub-contractors, suppliers and customers to discuss and solve complex problems
Product must be catered to the environment and making sure that it is reliable and consistent
Making improvements in the production processes
Making designs efficient, cost-effective and modifications so that it can be implemented without much difficulty
Collaborate with peers from different engineering fields and create elaborate project specifics in a detailed way.
Make use of new technologies and materials, and even create new ones
Manage people, resources and projects
Plan and design new production processes
Outline designs and product specifications fall under the responsibility
Prototype test results must be followed by recommendations for modifications
Knowledge in mathematical modelling and computer-aided design for research, analytical, conceptual and planning skills
Cost, safety and time constraints to be kept in mind during a project and any implication that it may have
Plants and systems to be monitored and then commissioned.
The field of Mechanical Engineering is quite diverse, which gives rise to multiple types of career fields and opens many doors. Mechanical Engineers are practically needed to create everything around us. Here are some sectors that employ mechanical engineers:
Construction and Building services
Aerospace and Automotive Industries
The Armed Forces and The Ministry Of Defence
Oil and Gas Industries, Petrochemical Industries
Process Industries, Pharmaceuticals, Food and Cosmetics
The Public Sector, Local Authorities, Hospitals and Educational Institutions
Research Establishments – Academic and Commercial
Transport, Including Road and Railway
Department has highly dynamic motivated faculties with various specializations in the areas of Manufacturing, Thermal Engineering, CAD/CAM, Design and Energy.
Most of the faculty members presented & published papers at several reputed National, International conferences and journals.
In order to enhance the Practical Skills among the students the department has been well equipped with Morden Gadgets.
The Program is working on outcome base Education teaching-learning process.
The Program has got an excellent Student-Teacher ratio as per AICTE Norms.
The Program has formed a student association BMW under which Symposium Conferences, Guest Lecturer, Industrial Visit, Online moocs, Implant Training, Internship, Value Added Courses and technical events are organized.
The Department has an excellent Placement record.
The Department organizes Soft Skill & Technical Skill development programs for students in coordination with Training &Placement Cell.