A Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering (ME) is two-year course that teaches the principles of mechanics, energy and materials so that the student is equipped with the knowledge of manufacturing devices and machines of all kinds. From Tool Engineering and Design to Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Robotics, the subjects covered through this course are varied and interesting. ME is one of the most popular career choices in India. Job opportunities are available in government departments, such as PWD, defense, agriculture, space research, railways and much more. Teaching and research jobs are also open to those with an M. Tech in ME. Private sector jobs are available in manufacturing industries.
The mission and vision of MVN School of Engineering and Technology focuses on helping each student achieve academic excellence and intellectual growth. To attain this goal, the institute ensures that its faculty is not only well qualified and experienced, but in touch with all the latest developments in their field of expertise. To promote critical thinking and self confidence among its students, the institute ensures that each course is planned in a way that will build a strong foundation of knowledge in each student.
|2 Year Degree Course||
|3 Year Part Time Course|
Thermal Engineering' (ME1) - The stream of specialization in 'Thermal Engineering' offers courses related to theory and applications of thermal engineering. Core and Elective courses are offered by the Thermal Engineering faculty from the six laboratories comprising of (a) Thermodynamics and Combustion Engineering laboratory (b) Heat Transfer and Thermal Power laboratory (c) Hydroturbomachines laboratory (d) Internal Combustion Engines and Gas Turbines laboratory (e) Refrigeration and Air conditioning laboratory (f) Thermal Turbomachines laboratory. All students have to take 9 stream courses in the first two semesters. The courses are:
Semester I - Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer, I.C. Engines Combustion and Pollution, Refrigeration and Cryogenics, Incompressible Fluid Flow, Principles of Turbomachinery, Applied Thermodynamics.
Semester II - Numerical Methods in Thermal Engineering, Measurements in Thermal Engineering, Advanced Energy Conversion.
They also have opportunity to do 4 elective courses from the department (out of a total of 66 possible electives) and 1 free elective which is left to the student's choice. The students will do a two semester project in the second year of their M. Tech.
Core courses are designed to provide the students the required base for undertaking specialized electives and the project. The student will pursue a project of his choice in any area in which the thermal engineering faculty are engaged.
Design Stream (ME2) This stream of specialisation in Mechanical Design offers courses related to the theory and application of design. All the Students have to take six stream core courses in the first semester. These are computational methods in engineering, theory of mechanisms, theory of vibrations, principles of product design, design with advanced materials and advanced mechanics of solids.
This specialisation provides opportunities to learn additional/specialized aspects in mechanical design by studying additional core subjects such as failure analysis and finite element analysis and a basket of electives such as design synthesis, design of transmission elements, gear design, CAD/CAM for product design, mechatronics, product reliability, transmission mechanisms and manipulators, tribo design, tribo-instrumentation, nonlinear solid mechanics, optimization methods, rotor dynamics, random vibration, acoustics and noise control, vehicular vibration, chaotic vibration, advanced theory of vibration, modal analysis of mechanical systems.
The theory/concepts learned are firmed up through a project work in the final semester. The project work can be taken up in the following areas: Design and development of mechanical systems, Machines/mechanisms; theoretical and experimental investigations considering the strength, rigidity, vibration, wear, lubrication, and failure by fatigue or fracture; design and performance evaluation, smart structures, structural health monitoring; design optimization, development and application of FEM and CAD software for equipment and systems design, static and dynamic analysis of structures, machines, machine elements, composite structures, rotor dynamics, acoustics, active vibration and noise control, random vibration, non-linear vibration and chaos, vehicle dynamics, flow induced vibration, condition monitoring and fault diagnosis.
On successful completion of the program, the graduate shall be able to -
a) Design, manufacture and assemble mechanical components and systems,
b) Solve engineering problems by analysis and empirical methods, including application of the computer,
c) Install, commission, operate, maintain and service plant / machinery, tools and equipment,
d) Prepare and read engineering drawings,
e) Prepare and present engineering reports, and
f) Conduct scientific research for the development of mechanical engineering processes.
Mechanical Engineers generally deal with the relations among forces, work or energy, and power in designing systems to improve the human environment. The Mechanical Engineers are also found in the Manufacturing, Food processing, Energy, Marine and automobile industries. The Mechanical Engineer is also found in the Aerospace and Nuclear industries. In recent years, the discipline of Mechanical Engineering has taken on an expansive and critical role in the advancement of transformative new technologies such as the information-, bio-, Nano-Technologies and MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems).
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.