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Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
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Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Programs

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3 Years. 50% in 10th On the basis of performance in the online Multiple- Choice Question(MCQ) Test of 2 hours duration and personal interview. Rs. 42,000 per annum

About

Mechanical Engineering Programs

This programme has been designed for the specific need of supervisory level manpower for manufacturing/production oriented industries. Mechanical Engineering Programs discipline deals with the Design, Construction, Development and Manufacturing process of tools and machinery. It also deals with installation, operation, maintenance and repair of engines and Machines. In this programme the students will be trained with both theoretical as well as practical knowledge on technologies used in Mechanical Engineering Programs.

Job Prospects

  • Thermal Power Plant
  •  Automobile Industry
  •  Cement Plant
  •  Railway Sector
  •  Production/ Manufacturing Industry

Course Structure

Semester 1

  • Basic English-l
  •  Physics-l
  •  Mathematics-l
  •  Basic English Language Lab- I
  •  Physics-l Lab
  •  Chemistry-l
  •  Chemistry -l Lab
  •  Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activities
  •  Computer & Information Technology Fundamentals
  •  Engineering Drawing -l Lab
  •  Computer & lnformation Technology Fundamentals Lab

Semester 2

  • Basic English II
  •  Physics-II
  •  Mathematics-II
  •  Employability Skills – I
  •  Physics-l Lab
  • Basic English Language Lab- II
  •  Chemistry -II
  •  Chemistry -II Lab
  •  Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activities
  •  Workshop Practice
  •  Applied Mechanics
  •  Engineering Drawing- II Lab
  •  Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab

Semester 3

Program Core

  • Strength of Material
  •  Material Science
  •  Process In Manufacturing
  •  Strength of Material Lab
  •  Material Science lab
  •  Process in Manufacturing-1 Lab
  •  Metrology Lab

University Core

  • Advance Mathematics
  •  Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activity
  •  Employability Skills II

University Elective

  • Basic Economic and Social Science

Program Elective

  • Workshop Technology Lab
  • Machine Design Lab

Semester 4

Program Core

  • Fluid Mechanics & Machine
  •  Thermodynamics and IC Engine
  •  Automobile Engineering
  •  Fluid Mechanics & Machine Lab
  •  Automobile Engineering Lab
  •  Theory Of Machine Lab-1
  •  Thermodynamic Lab
  •  Cad Practice Lab

University Electives

  • Entrepreneurship

Program Elective

  • Theory of Machines-I
  •  Workshop Technology

University Core

  • Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activity
  • Employability Skills – III

Semester 5

  • Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activity
  •  Employability Skills IV
  •  Industry Summer Internship Project

Program Core

  • Heat and mass transfer
  •  CAD/CAM
  •  Thermal Energy & Power Plant
  •  Process In Manufacturing-II Lab
  •  CAD lab
  •  Power Generation Lab

University Elective

  • Industrial Management

Program Elective

  • Heat & Mass Transfer Lab
  •  Mechanical Vibration Lab
  •  Dynamics of Machine Lab

Semester 6

  • Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activity
  • Industry Association Project

Program Core

  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  •  Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab
  •  CAM Lab
  •  Product Design and Development Lab

University Electives

  • MAT Lab

Program Electives

  • Mechatronics
  •  Reliability & Maintenance
  •  Mechanical estimating costing & Material Handling

Teaching
The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this course is based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the course is new.

Year 1

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
90%
Independent Studies
10%

Year 2

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
80%
Independent Studies
20%

Year 3

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
60%
Independent Studies
30%

Assessment
Typically how work is assessed for this course based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the course is new.

Year 1

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%

Year 2

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%

Year 3

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%
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