This is a 6 Year Integrated Degree Course with an exit option after 3 years with a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Commonly known as the “mother” of all engineering streams, mechanical engineering is the study of applied physics, focusing on design, manufacture, analysis and maintenance of power-using machines. A mechanical engineer should have in-depth knowledge of mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, structural analysis and material science. As applications of these concepts are found in a wide range of technology fields, study of mechanical engineering opens doors for many types of jobs. A mechanical engineer can find jobs in different industries, such as automotive, robotics, construction, aerospace, computer science and biotechnology.
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..
MVN School of Engineering and Technology offers Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. The Diploma 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.
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