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B. Tech | in Mechanical Engineering

The graduates pursuing B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from MM(DU) are well prepared with knowledge and technical information, refined with a professional touch, and are capable of undertaking mechanical engineering jobs to meet the challenges of 21st century industry. The course includes self-learning modules like assignments, seminars and case studies for understanding the industry challenges and raising the potential of students. The course syllabus is revised time to time in order to ensure students study about latest trends in technology.

Program Objectives

  • To impart knowledge of applied sciences and engineering subjects to the young mechanical engineering aspirants
  • To enhance analytical/design/development skills and ability to investigate industry-related problems even beyond the mechanical engineering
  • To aware the students to latest advancement in mechanical engineering
  • To create awareness amongst the students towards social, ethical, environmental, and energy-related issues
  • To introduce students to the professionalism and effective communication & managerial skills that meet the specific need of the industry, academia, and research

Program Outcomes

  • Ability to select and apply the knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of the discipline to broadly define engineering technology activities.
  • Implementation of knowledge of manufacturing, automobile, and automation to industrial problems that require the ability to apply the principles and procedures or methodologies.
  • Expertise in designing systems, components, or processes for broadly-defined engineering technology problems appropriate to program educational objectives.
  • Functioning effectively as a member or leader on a technical team.


1st Semester
Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory.

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Students have practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyse various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning.

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

Introductory SAP module knowledge about MM module.

The course develops basic skills in constructing and measuring electrical circuits using modern laboratory instruments.

2nd Semester
Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations.

The course covers all the areas of grammar necessary for the undergraduate students of engineering sciences.

This course focuses on the introduction to mechanical manufacturing methods by which materials are economically processed into different shapes.

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

This course intends to impart basic know-how of various hand tools and their use in different sections of manufacturing.

Advance SAP module knowledge about MM module.

Provides the laboratory experience to accompany an introduction to the study of general biology, starting from basic scientific concepts and progressing to the natural laws that govern life and all living things.

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

This subject is concerned with designing and managing processes to carry out molecular transformations at large scale, in order to provide the products and materials we all need.

This course is a laboratory experience that provides an introduction to basic techniques in organic chemistry and introduces the physical and chemical properties of some organic molecules.
3rd Semester

Familiarizes the students about the probability; impart the understanding of techniques to do statistics.

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of mathematical models of the fluid motion, potential flow theory, turbulence, non-Newtonian fluids and to introduce the concepts of the working and design aspects of hydraulic machines like turbines and pumps and their applications.

This course imparts the knowledge of engineering properties of materials; fundamental concepts of stress and strain, strength and stiffness, deformations and displacements, strain energy, and load carrying capacity. The course also introduces students to the basic engineering approach of materials selection.

This course will provide the student with an introduction to the concepts and technologies from a designer's viewpoint of the principal manufacturing processes utilized by industry.

This course provides information about work, heat, energy & various laws of thermodynamics. It also imparts knowledge about various thermodynamic cycles and processes their applications in day to day life.

Introduction to various applications of the basic fluid mechanics and machines principles and to provide a more intuitive and physical understanding of the concept.

Introduction to the behaviour of materials when subjected to different loading conditions and demonstrate the material test procedure on commonly used equipment for material testing.

To understand various types of lathe operations, surface finishing process and ability to understand gear making process.

Planning and execution of appropriate engineering projects. These investigations may be assigned on an individual or a team basis and in most cases will involve experimental work.

4th Semester
This course is an introductory course on Complex Analysis. It introduces students to the complex numbers system and varieties of operations, analyses and problems that may arise within the context. It also equips the students with mathematical techniques and skills to handles such cases.
Aims to give Mechanical Engineering students a deeper and more thorough grounding in principles and basic applications of fluid mechanics.

The course is framed to enhance timeless fundamentals of crystallography, solid state chemistry/ physics. It gives the basics to understand various materials, let it be fabric, plastic or steel. It helps understand how atoms/ molecules/ unit cells makeup the material and how their arrangement has effect on all the mechanical properties and need for engineering novel materials. More emphasis was put on Fe based materials and understands the importance of various processing methods for steel.

Imparts knowledge to understand the fundamentals of the theory of kinematics and dynamics of machines and motion of machines and their components.

Introduction to computer-aided graphics & design. Applications of graphics software and hardware with mini- and micro-computer systems. Interactive computer graphic techniques. Extensive laboratory study of wire-frame and raster computer graphics. Static and dynamics graphic presentation methods.

Aims to give Mechanical Engineering students a deeper and more thorough grounding in principles and basic applications of solid mechanics.

This laboratory has a good set-up for demonstrating aspects of both kinematics and dynamics of mechanism and machines. Experiments on cam mechanism, whirling of shafts, gyroscope, balancing vibrations etc. can be performed here.

Introduction to various applications of the basic fluid mechanics and machines principles and to provide a more intuitive and physical understanding of the concept.

This course provides students to demonstrate basic concepts of the AutoCAD software.

Planning and execution of appropriate engineering projects. These investigations may be assigned on an individual or a team basis and in most cases will involve experimental work.

5th Semester
The purpose of this course is to understand and use (abstract) discrete structures. In particular, this course is meant to introduce logic, proofs, sets, relations, functions, counting, and probability.
This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. The course emphasizes on probabilistic foundations required to understand probability models and statistical methods.
Imparts knowledge to understand the basics of design and ability to design joints, shafts, levers, couplings and power screws.
Imparts knowledge to understand the application of refrigeration and air conditioning systems and to understand vapor compression, vapor absorption system and design of air conditioning systems.
Imparts knowledge to understand the concept of conduction, convection, radiation and various types of heat exchangers.

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modelling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Imparts knowledge to understand and experimentally analyse the conductivity of different materials. To analyse free and forced convective heat transfer. Further imparts knowledge to experimentally analyse radiation heat transfer.

This course provides students with a basic designing skill into 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and modelling.

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team-based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

6th Semester

This course provides the fundamentals of classical set theory and fuzzy set theory.

This course teaches the fundamentals of control theory with the addition of basic electronics theory.

Impart knowledge of optimizing the resources of industry by use of various methods of industrial engineering in various aspects of society.

The course focuses on advanced SI and CI engine systems (though there will be some discussion of natural gas engines), as well as the principal aspects of IC engine modelling.
Imparts knowledge to understand different types of wear, the surface roughness and learn to measure the pressure profile, frictional torque and power transmission of lubricants.
This course provides students with an advance designing skill into 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and modelling.
The purpose of the course is to develop an understanding of independent research through the study of a particular Mechanical Engineering topic of interest. The special project is an exercise in the professional application of specialist skills and experience developed in Mechanical Engineering program. Research topics, which may be principally experimental, theoretical or applied, will be chosen in consultation with a project supervisor.
7th Semester
It aims to understand the concept of linear programming technique, transportation, replacement models, simulation, decision theory, queuing theory and game theory.
Students will be introduced to topics in design and manufacturing, basic manufacturing principles, computer aided design, computer aided manufacturing, geometrical dimensioning and tolerance, and rapid prototyping.

Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. Undertake problem identification, design, formulation and solution.

8th Semester
Provide vital experiential learning opportunity, an educational strategy that links classroom learning and student interest with the acquisition of knowledge in an applied work setting like a company, industry, non-profit, governmental, or community-based organization related to the field of mechanical engineering.
This course introduces students to the various components of thermal power plants and the related thermal and economical tools for effective engineering analysis of such plants.
This course deals with major problems of pollution of the atmosphere, water, the land surface and the food chain. It covers processes responsible for the occurrence and release of pollutants in the environment, dispersion mechanisms, the hazards associated with different types of pollutant.

The present course on Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics deals with in-depth theories of thermodynamics. Apart from classical theory, this course presents detail on kinetic theory as well as statistical theories

This course is designed to illustrate the application of basic principles of fluid dynamics and thermodynamics to various kinds of turbo machinery. Turbo machinery is a subject of considerable importance in a modern industrial civilization

This course introduces students to design, manufacture and operate automobiles like buses, trucks, cars etc.

Principal elements of pressurized water reactor nuclear power systems; overview of reactor physics, thermodynamics, and heat transfer; focus on systems with both function and interfaces stressed throughout; includes basic reactor physics, reactor heat generation, reactor plant systems, support systems, and reactor safety.

Introduce the new concepts of combustion and emission control of Internal Combustion Engine. Provide an introductory of combustion simulation and diagnose technology. Provide experiences of group discussion on combustion and emission control in Internal Combustion Engine.

Development of computational techniques for analysis of complex engineering processes by bringing together the knowledge gained in one or more of the following disciplines: fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat/mass transfer & numerical methods.

This course aims to provide the fundamentals of engineering noise and vibration – basic principles and phenomena, analysis methods and control techniques to engineer quieter and less-vibrating vehicles, machines, products, operations and environment.

This course is designed to expand knowledge and skills in the field of linear and non-linear mechanics of solids and its application to structural analysis, machine design and material processing. The influence of non-linearity on the behavior of structures will be addressed.

This course aims to combine theoretical approaches with modern techniques of computer graphics, solid modeling and design automation for mechanical engineering applications.

The finite element method and its applications to engineering problems: truss and frame structures, heat conduction, and linear elasticity; use of application software; overview of advanced topics such as structural dynamics, fluid flow, and nonlinear structural analysis.

Tribology is an interdisciplinary course which deals with fundamentals of surface contact, friction, wear and lubrication. The course include description and modeling of engineering surfaces, popular surface contact theories, major modes of friction, wear, lubrication and adhesion.

To Implement the machine learning concepts and algorithms in any suitable language like Prolog or Python.

In this course students will study the representation and simulation of physical systems using a range of mathematical formulations. There are many modeling techniques to describe system characteristics. Students will learn to develop typical mathematical models.

To study the classical theory of linear elasticity for two and three dimensional state of stress and obtain solutions for selected problems in rectangular and polar coordinates as well as torsion of prismatic bars. To understand the plastic stress strain relations, criteria of yielding and elasto- plastic problems

This course will cover basic concepts in Design and Optimization of Energy systems which is described as follows :
Introduction to system design - Regression analysis and curve fitting - modelling of thermal equipment (very brief) - system simulation (successive substitution - Newton - Raphson method) - examples - economic analysis - optimization - Lagrange multipliers, search methods, linear programming, geometric programming- New generation optimization techniques - simulated annealing, Genetic Algorithms, Bayesian statistics.

This course is a practical application of knowledge pertaining to the safe set-up and operation of standard metal cutting machine tools, the correct and safe selection of cutting tools, R.P.M., feed rates and machining processes.
An investigation of techniques useful in the mechanical design process. Topics include computer graphics, computer-aided design, computer-aided manufacturing, computer-aided analysis, and the influence of manufacturing methods on the design process.

Career Opportunities

Students who complete B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering have a plethora of opportunities majorly in the areas of manufacturing, automobile, aerospace, chemical plants, railway coach factory; oil field, research and development etc.Automobile is one of the traditional areas where mechanical engineers are needed for managing the production floors, maintenance, and project planning and leadership areas of people and plant management. Mechanical engineers can also focus their attention towards their latest areas of research which are nanotechnology, biomedical applications, development of composite materials and environmental conservation, etc. With experience of mechanical engineering, people can grow to the career/hierarchical ladders in organization and can even reach to the top levels based on experience and capability.

Career Prospects

  • Aerospace Engineer
  • IT Engineer
  • Automotive Engineer
  • Robotics Engineer
  • CAD Engineer
  • Power Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Nuclear Engineer
  • Construction Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Railway Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Quality Engineer

Eligibility Criteria

Duration: 4 yrs.

The Candidate should have passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subject. Obtained at least 60% marks (40% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together


Should have passed with minimum 60% marks (40% in the case of SC/ ST category) in Diploma in Engineering / Tech., of three years or more duration from any recognized Board of Technical Education/ University or its equivalent Diploma examination.



Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering
1,00,000 20,000


  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fee.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Life time Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.


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