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B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering)

  • Duration

    4 Years

  • Eligibility Criteria

    12th (PCM) – Min. 45%(As per AICTE)

  • Entrance Test and Interview

“We impart quality education in the field of mechanical engineering and develop students for their superior employability, pursue research and higher studies.”

Mechanical engineering is the discipline that applies engineering, physics and materials science principles to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It is one of the oldest and broadest of the engineering disciplines.

Mechanical engineering involves creating small parts for bigger machines to creating the big machines itself. B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering enables students to acquire the skills and the knowledge to be able to build machines that define tomorrow.

The core contents of this discipline focus on the study of Computer – Aided Design and Manufacturing, Rapid Prototyping, Robotics and Controls, Turbo Machinery and Combustion System, IC Engines, Nanomaterials, Tribology, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics.

Mechanical Engineering use the key principles of the field as well as knowledge of basic sciences to design and analyze manufacturing plants, industrial equipment, heating and cooling systems, motors, vehicles, aircrafts, water crafts, robots and medical devices.

With the Diploma's degree it is definitely possible to enter professional life; however, the engineering education is rounded off by the corresponding Bachelor's and Master's degree program. Department is having Academic & Professional Collaboration with various professional bodies for support in Project Work, Workshops, Seminars and Industrial Exposure. Strong partnerships with industry and funded research provide great opportunities for student research and internships during their program of study.

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The department has a team of qualified, dedicated and experienced faculty members.

Areas of Specialization

The discipline requires a sound understanding of the core concepts of Mechanics, Kinematics, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Materials Science and Energy.


The course contents of this discipline focus on the study of Computer- Aided Design and Manufacturing, Rapid Prototyping, Robotics and Controls, Turbo Machinery and Combustion System, IC Engines, Nano Mechanics, Tribology, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics.

Mechanical Engineers use the key principles of the field as well as knowledge of basic sciences to design and analyze manufacturing plants, industrial equipment, heating and cooling systems, motors, vehicles, aircrafts, water crafts, robots and medical devices.


  • Engineering Mechanics Lab
  • Material Science & Testing Lab
  • Automobile Engineering Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machinery Lab
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab
  • Heat and Mass Transfer Lab
  • Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Lab
  • Kinematics of Machines Lab
  • Engineering Mechanics Lab
  • Material Science & Testing Lab

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Mechanics of Solid Laboratory

  • The students learn the properties (i.e. tensile, compressive, toughness etc.) of various materials in different load conditions.
  • Students perform various experiments on the specimens (mild steel) to check their properties.


Automobile Laboratory

  • Cut-sections of 2-stroke& 4-stroke (petrol & diesel) multi-cylinder engines are in this lab for better understanding of their internal operations.


CNC (Computerized Numeric Control) Laboratory

  • The machines present in this lab are controlled by various softwares installed in a computer.
  • Basically, machining processes (turning, taper turning, drilling and  milling ) are controlled by 2-D & 3-D movement of tool.


Thermal Engineering Laboratory

  • Students here get the knowledge about the impact of heat changes in  2-stroke& 4-stroke (petrol & diesel) engines.
  • Students understand the concept of power generation in each cylinder of a multi-cylinder engine.


Production Laboratory

  • Students perform various operations in a workpiece to convert it into the desired shape and size.
  • The theory of machining and metal cutting can be practically visualized in this lab.


Mechanical Workshop Laboratory

  • The lab is prescribed for the first year students of all branches.
  • Experiments in this lab give the practical knowledge of various production processes and shops i.e. Fitting shop, Foundry shop, Machine shop & Welding shop etc.


Dynamics & Kinematics of Machine Laboratory

  • The lab helps the students in understanding the motion and various forces applied in various equipments.
  • Experiments in this lab give the practical study of various automobile assemblies like cultch, brake, cams, gyroscope, governors etc.


Heat Transfer Laboratory

  • The lab helps in understanding the various modes of heat transfer processes.
  • The students understand how the transfer of heat from one material to other material takes place.


Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines Laboratory

  • The lab helps the students in understanding the discharge of water flow conditions.
  • The students get practical knowledge of various turbines, axial flow compressors and centrifugal pumps, in this lab.

Industrial Visits

The department organizes frequent industrial and educational visits to enhance the practical knowledge of the core areas among the students.

  • Visits to Power Plants (Thermal, Hydro, Nuclear)
  • Automobile Industries
  • Jaipur Metro Rail Corp.
  • Foundry & Casting workshops
  • Wind Power Plants
  • Railway Workshops
  • Process & Automation Industries
  • Leading Manufacturing Companies

Student Projects

An Engineering project provides the students the opportunity to work in multi-disciplinary teams to pursue an engineering idea from conception to design. Some remarkable projects successfully designed at the department of Mechanical Engineering by JNU students include:

  • Hydraulic Pipe bender
  • Solar Hybrid Car
  • Oil Skimmer
  • Escalator
  • Paper recycling machine
  • Go Cart
  • Hydraulic Jack for four wheeler
  • Four wheel drive vehicle
  • Drone
  • Multipurpose food processing unit
  • Quad Bike
  • LPG Gas Kit implementation in 4-stroke engine
  • Automatic Tyre Changing Machine


  • I Semester

    102TEngineering Maths-I
    103TEngineering Physics-I
    104TEngineering Chemistry-I
    105TIntroduction to IT
    106TFundamentals of Electrical Science
    114TEnvironmental Studies
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    107PLanguage Lab.
    108PEngineering Physics Lab-I
    109PEngineering Chemistry Lab-I
    110PPC Software Lab
    111PPractical Geometry
    112PEngineering Workshop Practice
    113PGeneral Proficiency (C)
  • II Semester

    202TEngineering Maths-II
    203TEngineering Physics -II
    204TEngineering Chemistry-II
    205TProgramming and Problem Solving using ‘C’ Language
    206TFundamentals of Electronics
    207TMechanical Engineering
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    208PCommunication Techniques
    209PEngineering Physics Lab-II
    210PEngineering Chemistry Lab-II
    211PComputer Programming Lab
    212PMachine Drawing
    213PBasic Electronics Lab
    214PGeneral Proficiency
  • III Semester

    3ME1NMechanics of Solids-1
    3ME2NMaterial Science & Engineering
    3ME3NEngineering Thermodynamics
    3ME4NManufacturing Processes
    3ME5NObject Oriented Programming Solving using 'C'
    3ME6NAdvanced Engineering Mathematics
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    3ME7NMaterial Science & Engineering
    3ME8NBasic Mechanical Engineering Lab
    3ME9NProduction Practice -I
    3ME10NComputer Programming Lab
    3ME11NMechanical Engineering Drawing
    3MEDCNDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities
  • IV Semester

    4ME1NKinematics of Machines
    4ME2NFluid Mechanics & Machines
    4ME3NMachining & Machine Tools
    4ME4NDesign of Machine Elements-I
    4ME5NIndustrial Engineering
    4ME6NI.C. Engines
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    4ME7NKinematics of Machine Lab
    4ME8NFluid Mechanics Lab
    4ME9NProduction Practice -II
    4ME10NMachine Design Sessional-I
    4ME11NThermal Engineering Lab-I
    4MEDCNDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities
  • V Semester

    5ME1NHeat Transfer
    5ME2NDynamics of Machine
    5ME3NMeasurement & Metrology
    5ME4NQuality Assurance and Reliability
    5ME5NSociology and Economics for Engineers
    5ME6.1NComputer Aided Design
    5ME6.2NAutomobile Engineering
    5ME6.3NStatistics for Decision Making
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    5ME7AHeat Transfer Lab
    5ME8ADynamics of Machine Lab
    5ME9AProduction Engineering Lab
    5ME10AProfessional Ethics & Disaster Management
    5MEDCDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities
  • VI Semester

    6ME1NDesign of Machine Elements-II
    6ME2NNewer Machining Methods
    6ME4NVibration Engineering
    6ME5NSteam Engineering
    6ME6.1NNon-Destructive Evaluation & Testing
    6ME6.2NDesign & Management of Plastic Products
    6ME6.3NMaintenance Management
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    6ME7AMachine Design Sessional-II
    6ME8AIndustrial Engineering Lab-I
    6ME9AMechatronics Lab
    6ME10AVibration Engineering Lab
    6MEDCDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities
  • VII Semester

    7ME1NFinite Elements Methods
    7ME2NRefrigeration & Air-conditioning 
    7ME3NOperations Research
    7ME5NOperation Management

    Elective (Any one of the following)

    7ME6.1NMicro and Nano Manufacturing
    7ME6.3NCNC Machines and Programming
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    7ME7NThermal Engineering lab-II
    7ME8NFEM Lab
    7ME9NPractical Training and Industrial Visit
    7ME10NProject -I
    7MEDCDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities
  • VIII Semester

    8ME1NComputer Integrated Manufacturing System
    8ME2NLaws for Engineers
    8ME3NPower Generation
    8ME4.1NProduct Development & Launching
    8ME4.2NComputational Fluid Dynamics
    8ME4.3TNotal Quality Management
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    8ME5NCAM Lab
    8ME6NCAD Lab
    8ME7NIndustrial Engineering Lab-II
    8MEPRNProject -2
    8MEDCNDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities


Career Prospects

Mechanical Engineering graduates are eligible for jobs in various manufacturing and production firms such as automobile, aerospace, aviation, chemical, communication, computer, steel, air conditioning and refrigeration, shipping and power generation industries.

  • Defense Services
  • Opportunities are also available in various public sector firms such as ONGC, DRDO, SAIL, NTPC, VSSC, ISRO and IOC.
  • They can also take up Teaching and also work as Consultants in Automobile, Logistics and Transportation firms.

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