MVN School of Engineering and Technology provides an effective e-learning environment, supported by state-of-the-art infrastructure and highly qualified and experienced faculty for students interested in mechanical engineering. We have well equipped labs for imparting practical training to our students.
|4 Year Degree Course||
To be eligible for admission to the first year of any of the School of Engineering Undergraduate Course of the University w.e.f. academic session 2012-13, a candidate must fulfill the following minimum eligibility criteria.
Should have passed the 10+2 examination conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education /Haryana Board of School Education with Mathematics, Physics as Compulsory subjects alonwith one of the subjects Viz Chemistry, Computer Science/Bio Technology/Biology, or equivalent examination from a recognized board with an overall aggregate of 50%marks.
Additionally, the candidate should have appeared and secured a valid Rank in JEE/MVN University Entrance Test or Other Entrance Test as specified in Admission Brochure in the year of admission.
The selection to all B.Tech programmes will be on merit, based on JEE rank. In absence of a credible entrance examination, MVN University Entrance Test as specified in Admission Brochure of the year of admission may be considered. The admission may be done through online display of merit cum admission lists / Physical counseling on merit as necessary and as specified by the Admission Brochure. For NRIs the admission will be based on the basis of the qualifying examination. Detailed selection and enrollment procedure will be published with the admission notice in Admission Brochure before commencement of admission every year.
MVN School of Engineering and Technology offers B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering. The courses are approved by AICTE .The B Tech programme involves a proper mix of the courses pertaining to Design, Manufacture and Thermal Engineering. Stress is laid on both Analysis and Synthesis. To transform a student into a useful citizen, further training is provided in the form of Professional Development courses and the obligation towards the Community to further the professional competence of the students through their association with the leading professional body in mechanical engineering.
The university has well furnished class rooms with e-learning facilities, a well equipped Seminar Hall, Departmental Library. The Department has the following labs equipped with the latest instruments along with excellent workshop facilities.
- .Fluid Mechanics
- .Fluid Machines Lab
- .Engineering Mechanics Lab
- .Strength of Materials Lab
- .Material Science Lab
- .Steam and Power Generation Lab
- .IC Engines & Gas Turbines Lab
- .Heat and Mass Transfer Lab
- .Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Lab
- .Basics of Mechanical Engineering Lab
- .Automobile Engineering Lab
- .Measurement & Instrumentation Lab
- .CAD/CAM Lab
The university lays special emphasis on teaching-learning process through innovative teaching aids.
Inputs from students taken for improvement of teaching-learning process.
Professional competence developed through PD courses, ASME Students Section, Mechanical Engineering Students Forum, and Seminars & Debates.
Frequent interactions with industrial experts through seminars and lectures.
Our students have won many prizes in the competition organized by Faridabad Industries Association every year.
The university maintains a close interaction with the local industry. Students get their practical training in modern plants like Escorts, Eicher, Maruti, Sona Steering. JCB, Hero Honda etc.
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