The mission of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is to produce mechanical engineering graduates who will possess the acumen, competence, and skills needed to enter, succeed, and lead in professional practice or post-graduate studies. The goal is to provide learning and nurturing environment that stimulates faculty and students to collaborate in solving practical problems, motivates lifelong learning, and helps reach their highest potential.
Mechanical Engineering is one of the most creative, broadest and most versatile of the engineering professions. Mechanical Engineers have initiated and implemented commendable progress in innovative areas like robotics, bio-engineering, microprocessor control, energy conversion, energy management, fluid dynamics, power production, manufacturing, computer-aided design, machine design, and material science. Collectively, the faculty has practical experience, solving real problems in these areas and with this experience they help students develop as transformational leaders.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers one program of undergraduate study. The traditional program leads to a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering, which is a more structured program that prepares students for a broader range of career options in the field of mechanical engineering and is intended for students whose career objectives require greater flexibility in order to combine the essential elements of the traditional mechanical engineering program with study in another, complementary field. The induction of a post graduate programme in CAD/CAM is in the pipeline.
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