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The Department of Mechanical Engineering is equipped with all the modern requisite laboratories such as CAD-CAM lab (having design software i.e. Auto CAD, Solid Works, CATIA, Ansys & CREO), Thermodynamics lab, I C Engines and Gas Turbines lab, Steam and Power Generation lab, Fluid Mechanics lab, Fluid Machines lab, Automobile Engineering lab, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning lab, Engineering Mechanics lab, Material Science lab, Strength of Materials lab, Production Technology, Measurement and Instrumentation lab, Kinematics & Dynamics of Machines lab, and Mechanical Workshops equipped with machines like TIG & MIG welding machines, CNC trainer lathe machine, etc. The department focuses on creative and innovative classroom teaching, teamwork, interpersonal communication skills, group discussions, seminars, membership of professional societies, clubs, and research activities. The department uses modern methodologies like LCD projectors, interactive lectures, guided case studies, industry interaction, literature surveys and project work for better understanding among students.

The department has well qualified and experienced faculty members who can guide, motivate and train students in achieving their professional goals. The faculty members are actively involved with the students in their practical projects. The department organizes a free of cost in-house summer training program for mechanical engineering students to impart industry required designing skills in Auto CAD, Solid Works, Catia, Ansys, Creo, and Uni-graphics.

The department also promotes Research and Development work. A two-day national conference on “Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering” was conducted by the Department in Jan 2014. A project on design and fabrication of Eco-Kart was taken up by students in the institute workshop. It won the ‘Best Design’ award at Gautam Buddha University and was awarded third prize by Faridabad Industrial Association. The students also designed and fabricated an All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) completely with the institute’s resources and participated in Feb 2015 in the ‘Mini Baja’ national event organized by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) at Indore.

Presented papers in following national conferences:

  1. “ Corrosion problems of Mig-21 aircraft operating in coastal areas” at Naval Academy, Cochin, in Nov 1997
  2. “ Applications of Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems” at Institute of Technology and Management, Gurgaon, on Apr 2007
  3. “Innovative concepts in Bearing Design” at Echelon Institute of Technology, Faridabad in Feb 2014
  4. “Obstacles in bridging the Academia-Industry gap” at Echelon Institute of Technology, Faridabad in Apr 2017
  5. “EDI: CONNECTING TODAY’S GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERS AND IMPROVING SUPPLY CHAIN: A REVIEW “International Conference on Automation and mechanical systems 2013 at Lingayas University, Faridabad.
  6. ETL: confirming today’s global supply chain partners and improving business intelligent system (A REVIEW )National conference on sustainable biofuel technologies NCSBT 2013 8-9 NOV. 2013. at Lingayas University, Faridabad.
  7. A case study on vegetable oils, their properties and blends of vegetable oil with diesel. National conference on sustainable biofuel technologies NCSBT 2013 8-9 NOV. 2013. at Lingayas University, Faridabad.
  8. Biofuels-Alternative energy resources for the present state of science and future development.National conference on sustainable biofuel technologiesNCSBT2013 8-9 NOV. 2013. at Lingayas University, Faridabad.
  9. MODELS DEVELOPED ON LEAN MANUFACTURING PRACTICES IN INDIAN AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY (WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SELECTED ORGANIZATIONS OF FARIDABAD REGION) NCRTME-2015 at Rawal Institute of tech. Faridabad.
  10. Critical Study &Experimental Performance analysis of Compression Ignition Engine using Biodiesel. Echelon Institute of Technology, Faridabad National Conference on Recent Trends in Science, Engineering, Information Technology & Management
  11. “A Review on Evolutionary Optimization Techniques for Optimizing Various Machining Parameters” in International Conference On Recent Innovations In Engineering And Technology (ICRIET) co-organized by The International Institute of Engineers and Researchers (TheIIER), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 18 – 19 February 2017 ISBN-9789386291639, Page, 152-156.
  12. “Magnetic Abrasive Finishing Techniques And Their Applications” in the National Conference on Recent Trends in Science, Engineering, Information Technology & Management (RTSEITM 2017) held from 21 – 22 April 2017 at Echelon Institute of Technology, Faridabad.
  13. Metal matrix composite-Recent trend in materials engineering in National Conference on Recent innovations in Applied Sciences and Humanities NCASH-2015 on 10th October 2015 at Rawal Institute of Technology, Faridabad.
  14. “Wear behavior of Aluminium-6061/Silicon carbide/Aluminium oxide/graphite metal matrix composite” in National Conference RTME 2013, Oct’2013 at BRCM, Bahal, Bhiwani.
  15. “Artificial Intelligence System” National conference optima 07 organized by Department of Science and Technology Govt. of India 2007, Delhi at Bharti Vidyapith.
  16. “AHP Methodology for evaluation of Indian Manufacturing System ”National Conference on Engg. Technology for sustainable Development-Opportunities & Challenges, Jan 2008, at Ideal Institute of Tech.Ghaziabad.
  17. “A case study of Advance Manufacturing Tech”-NCRAET 2008, at Govt. Engg. College Ajmer.
  18. “A case study of Supply chain Modeling Approach” All India National Seminars on EIP at A.M.U, Aligarh,21-22 Nov.2009.
  19. “Analysis of TQM in Indian Manufacturing Sectors” All India National Seminars on EIP at A.M.U, Aligarh,21-22 Nov.2009.
  20. ”Characterization of Fuzzy Model for Queueing Theory” International Conference at NIT Surat, Jan.4-6-2010.
  21. ”Performance & Exhaust characteristics of a Diesel engine fuelled by Jatropha oil & its diesel blends” National conference on emerging trends in power system and energy management Feb. 22-23-2010 at Lingaya’s University. Faridabad.
  22. “Design of a Micropump with its description” International conference on advances in mechanical engineering, 23-25 sep 2010 at NIT, SURAT.
  23. “Effect of illumination and cross ventilation in classroom on     academic performance of the students”International journal on   emerging technology 1(,):46-52(2010) ISSN:0975-8364
  24. “Expansion of an ideal gas as a classroom example of Reversible and Irreversible processes’’. National conference on recent trends in mechanical engineering, NCRTME 11 7-8 September-11, at Lingayas University, Faridabad.
  25. “Design and fabrication of a three-dimensional valveless micropump with shape deposition manufacturing processes ( SDM ) International Journal of Research in engineering and applied sciences   1(,):805 to 824(2012) ISSN:2249-3905.

Workshops:

  1. One day Workshop on “Nature Inspired Optimization Techniques” in collaboration with Soft Computing Research Society on 21st January 2017 at Manav Rachna International University, Faridabad.
  2. One day workshop on various machining processes for faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Rawal Institute of Technology, Otc’2015.
  3. One day workshop on “Mechanical Design” by CEPTA Infotech Pvt. Ltd. on 3rd April’2015.
  4. Workshop on “Contemporary Challenges in Higher Education” conducted by SGT University on 11th & 12th’2014.
  5. Organizer of two days workshop on “Automobile Engine Mechanics” in collaboration with Robotryst Technologies Pvt. Ltd. In association with E-Cell, IIT Delhi on 13th & 14th November’2014.
  6. Hands-On Training/Workshop organized by Sofcon India Pvt. Ltd. “On PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) and SCADA”, Oct’2012, at RPS CET, Balana, Mahendergarh.
  7. Three days ISTE sponsored National Workshop on “Engineering Drawing- the Language of Engineers”, Sept’2011, at BRCM, Bahal, Bhiwani.

Seminars:

  1. National Seminar on Recent Applications of Nanotechnology in Engineering Nov’2011, at BRCM, Bahal, Bhiwani.
  2. Participated in RoboTryst-2012 a National level robotics championship organized by Robosapiens Technologies Pvt. Ltd. In association with E-Cell IIT Kharagpur, Oct’2011

Vision

“To create quality mechanical engineering professionals having ethical and moral values who are able to solve real-life technological problems and possess the capability to adapt to the rapid changes occurring in technology sector to serve the society as technocrats, innovators, academicians & entrepreneurs”

Mission

  1. To ensure sufficient technological exposure to the students in order to create tech-savvy professionals.
  2. To maintain high-quality labs and workshops as per the requirement of current industry scenario.
  3. To impart adequate CAD/CAM exposure to nurture designing skills of the students.
  4. To ensure effective counseling and career guidance facilities for the students to help them achieve their goals.
  5. To motivate the students to participate in national level examinations such as GATE/CAT/Engineering Services etc.
  6. To encourage faculty & staff members for participating in seminars and workshops for better awareness of progressing state-of-the-art technology.
  7. To encourage the faculty & staff members to pursue higher education and research.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To prepare students for making them competent engineers, who are fit for the Industrial environment in the field of Electronics and communication engineering particularly in the areas of design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance as required by their employers.
  2. To provide students with a sound foundation in the mathematics, scientific and engineering fundamentals of their basic subjects, so that they can formulate, solve and analyze any problem related to their field and make them smart enough to pursue higher studies and research.
  3. To develop the ability in students to analyze, simulate and fabricate electronic circuits and systems, and make their own projects using latest software tools and techniques.
  4. To provide an environment to the students, so that they can work in a team to achieve a creative objective or task.
  5. To prepare students for lifelong learning and incorporate professional ethics among them.
  6. To inculcate the habit in students for being aware of social concerns and impact of their work on the environment and mankind.
  7. To prepare them to be competent enough to bag high paying jobs in renowned organizations.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

  1. Graduates will be able to demonstrate their basic knowledge in the field of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  2. Graduates will be able to demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, interpret and analyze data, and report results.
  3. The graduate will be able to design a system or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  4. Graduates will be able to function with multidisciplinary design teams.
  5. Graduates will be able to identify, formulate and solve electronics and communication engineering problems.
  6. Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of their professional and ethical responsibilities.
  7. Graduates will be equipped to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms.
  8. Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental and societal contexts.
  9. Graduates become capable of self-learning and develop awareness for the regular expansion of their knowledge.
  10. Graduates will be well updated in their respective work fields and will have an understanding of the impact of engineering on society and demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues.
  11. Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental and societal contexts.
  12. Graduates will be familiar with modern engineering software tools and equipment utilized in the field of electronics and communication.
  13. Graduates will be able to compete in national level competitive examinations for higher studies.
  14. Graduates will be able to compete for jobs in different fields.