Mechanical


The Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) was started in the year 2002. The Department accredited by NBA in 2008 for three years. The Present Intake for UG is 180 and two post graduate programs with an intake of 18 for Design Engineering and 24 for Product Design & Engineering. The programs are approved by AICTE and affiliated to VTU, Belgaum. The Department has R&D centre (VTURC). The Department has well established Labs, highly experienced Faculty Members and Technical staff. Most of the faculty are with their terminal degrees with relevant research. National seminar, workshop, and many guest lectures are being organized by the Mechanical engineering Department in the recent academic years. The Metal (Mechanical Engineers Team For achieving Laurels) program conducts technical quizzes and different competitions to enrich the student academic and professional competitiveness. The Department also called as "ROYAL MECH" team that conducts co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Vision and Mission


Vision
Don Bosco Department of Mechanical Engineering pursuit to be a centre of prominence through its competency in educating the participants in the area of mechanical engineering with collaborative efforts of university, professional bodies and industry.
Mission
Don Bosco department of mechanical engineering would like to create leadership in producing quality mechanical engineers with latest trend of technology having specific focus in the area of design & structures, thermal fluid sciences, control systems, material science, manufacturing process and renewable energy technology.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO's)


PEO 01 To prepare Mechanical Engineering graduates for Higher education in engineering, management to succeed in core design, thermal, manufacturing, management or software profession through quality education.

PEO 02 To provide with strong base of fundamentals of mathematics, science and engineering to analyze real time problems, design and apply mechanical systems/solutions that are technically advanced, economically feasible to societal usage.

PEO 03 To train the students with good scientific and engineering breadth so as to comprehend, analyze, design and create novel products and solutions for engineering problems.

PEO 04 To inculcate in students the professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, team work with multidisciplinary approach and an ability to relate the engineering issues in broader social context.

PEO 05 To provide students, an academic environment conductive for acquiring the leadership qualities and aptitude for lifelong learning required for a successful professional career.

Program Outcomes (POs)


PO 01 Apply Knowledge of Mathematics, Science and core Mechanical Engineering to the complex engineering problems.

PO 02 Identify, formulate and solve problems in Mechanical Engineering domain by first principles of Mathematics, Science, Engineering and Computer programming.

PO 03 Design systems, components or processes to meet the needs and specifications within the realistic constraints such as economical, safety, societal and environmental considerations.

PO 04 Design, conduct of experiments to carry out the analysis of the data to interpret the results.

PO 05 Usage of modern interdisciplinary engineering tools such as CAD/CAM/CAE,

Electro-Mechanical Systems, Mechatronics etc., for modeling and simulation of Mechanical systems and design.

PO 06 Understand the impact of Mechanical Engineering solutions on the society with the awareness on contemporary issues addressing the impact of Mechanical industry.

PO 07 Work as a member or group leader with multidisciplinary tasks.

PO 08 Demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities in the profession.

PO 09 Communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms in the profession.

PO 10 Understand contemporary issues and provide engineering solutions for solving social problems.

PO 11 Apply the principles of project management and finance to mechanical engineering projects as an individual or as a member of the project team.

PO 12 Demonstrate confidence for self-education and ability for lifelong learning in mechanical engineering.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)


PSO 01 Apply advanced mathematics for solutions to mechanical engineering problems.

PSO 02 Work professionally in thermal, design and manufacturing systems.

Department Progressive Objectives


To provide well equipped classrooms with latest teaching aids.
To provide well equipped laboratories to support the prescribed curriculum and Research work.
To form a team of well qualified, committed and experienced teachers exposed to the needs of the industry.
To raise the operating procedures and protocols at par with the accreditation standards
To expose students to the various verticals of the industry, the department organizes various seminars/ workshops/ guest lectures and industrial visits.
To provide facilities to obtain membership and additional certification in the area of Mechanical Engineering
Optimum use of KUKA training centre, Bosch Rexroth training centre and Siemens PLM training centre.


Career Opportunities


Mechanical Engineering students after the UG program have plenty of opportunity in the area of Automobile Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Software Engineering, Thermal Engineering, Govt. R & D Production & Manufacturing Industries


Departmental Resources


The Department has an excellent infrastructure that includes nine classrooms and Seminar hall equipped with Projectors. The Department Library is well furnished with prescribed text books and reference books with volume around 650 books. It also provides E-resources facilities such as EDUSAT and NPTEL Program, j-gate link, Springer link, IEEE explore link access with OPAC library facility. The department Library also consists of National & International Conference Proceedings, Project Reports of UG & PG Course, VTU Question Papers and IGNOU notes of UG Course. The department is known for its outstanding labs of technological excellence - KUKA Training Centre: Basic Robotic Programming & SIMPRO, Bosch Rexroth Centre of Excellence: Principles of Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Programmable Logic Controls (PLC), Siemens PLM Training Centre: R & D Lab with Pin-On –Disk Wear Testing Machine, Thermal conductivity Test rig, Metallurgical Microscope with Image analysing software and CNC Machine, Analysis Software’s for Design, Production, Composites, Fluid & Thermal Analysis The department has well maintained rest rooms for girls and boys, facility signboards and purified drinking water facility.


Department Outlook

Plus Corporate Partners
Plus Internship Companies
Plus Placements in a year
Plus UG Distinctions
Plus PG Distinctions
Plus Research Papers
Plus Technical Fests
Plus Seminars in past years

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Mysore Road, Kumbalagodu,
Bangalore - 560074, Karnataka, India.
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