Admission Open for 2017-18

BE - Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Department of Brindavan College of Engineering started functioning from the year 2010 with a sanctioned intake of 60 students per annum. The focus of the department is to offer quality education in the specialized fields of Design, Manufacturing, Thermal and Materials engineering. The might of the Department, apart from its Students, is its Qualified and Experienced Faculty/Staff. Faculties are actively engaged in Teaching and mentoring students apart from perusing their research activities in the emerging fields of engineering. The department has a resourceful team of faculty that mostly consists of PG holders. Faculty members regularly attend technical workshops and seminars organized by various technical institutes, and many of them have presented papers at national level seminars.

Duration

Four academic years -Eight semesters.

Course Content

The subject of study is as per the Visvesvaraya Technological University norms. For more information visit:    www.vtu.ac.in

Academic Activities:

Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Guest Lectures, Skill Development activities and Industrial visit.

Laboratory facilities:

  • Computer Aided Engineering Drawing Lab
  • Basic Workshop Practice Lab
  • Computer Aided Machine Drawing Lab
  • Foundry and Forging Lab
  • Metallography and Material Testing Lab
  • Machine Shop
  • Metrology and Measurement Lab
  • Fluid Machinery Lab
  • Energy Conversion Lab
  • Heat and Mass Transfer Lab
  • Computer Aided Modelling and Analysis Lab
  • CIM and Automation Lab
  • Project Lab

Prospectus of the Course:

Mechanical Engineering finds application in all fields of technology. It is one of the primitive branches of Engineering which have remained always in demand and continue to be in the future. This is why Mechanical trade is called as an Evergreen trade (branch). Mechanical engineers have always been needed as an essential staff personnel in various industries of both public and private sector. Their work criteria changes according to the type and domain of the company they are working with. As the Industrial sector has drastically risen in pace, the need for more mechanical engineers has increased exponentially. Every manufacturing and production industry needs mechanical engineers to carry out jobs efficiently and flawlessly for their companies.

As the Working criteria of a mechanical Engineer changes according to the type and domain of the company they are working with and field of specialisation we can broadly say that a mechanical Engineer works how to Design and control a system that goes into the process of manufacturing the machinery and product. He tests new systems for feasibility and efficiency and carries out Quality management and improvement process

Mechanical engineers work in the automotive, aerospace, chemical, computer, communication, paper, and power generation industries.

Mechanical engineers will be found in virtually any manufacturing industry. Increasingly, mechanical engineers are needed in the environmental and bio-medical fields. Indeed virtually every product or service in modern life has probably been touched in some way by a mechanical engineer.

Career Scope and Placement Prospects:

It has a tremendous scope in automobile engineering, cement industry, steel, power sector, Hydraulics, Manufacturing plants, Drilling and mining Industry, Petroleum, Aeronautical, Biotechnology and many more. With its wide scope of application, mechanical engineers remain always in demand, no matter which part of the world. You can also find job very easily in the following public sector industries such as Indian Railways, Indian Air force (Technical), Indian Army, Thermal power corporations etc…

Course Content

I (MECHANICAL ENGG CBCS SCHEME)
Subject Code Subject
15EME14 ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
15CED14 COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DRAWING
15WSL16 WORKSHOP PRACTICE
II (MECHANICAL ENGG CBCS SCHEME)
Subject Code Subject
15EME24 ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
15CED24 COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DRAWING
15WSL26 WORKSHOP PRACTICE
III SEM (MECHANICAL ENGG CBCS SCHEME)
Subject Code Subject
15 ME 32 MATERIAL SCIENCE
15 ME 33 BASIC THERMODYNAMICS
15 ME 34 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
15 ME 35 A METAL CASTING AND WELDING
15 ME 35 B MACHINE TOOLS AND OPERATIONS
15ME36 A/46A COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DRAWING
15 ME 36 B / 46B MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND METROLOGY
15MEL37A/47A MATERIALS TESTING LAB
15MEL 37B / 47B MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND METROLOGY LAB
15MEL38A/48A FOUNDRY AND FORGING LAB
15MEL38 B/48B MACHINE SHOP
IV SEM (MECHANICAL ENGG CBCS SCHEME)
Subject Code Subject
15ME42 KINEMATICS OF MACHINES
15ME43 APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
15ME44 FLUID MECHANICS
15 ME 45 A METAL CASTING AND WELDING
15 ME 45 B MACHINE TOOLS AND OPERATIONS
15 ME 46B MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND METROLOGY
15MEL47A MATERIALS TESTING LAB
15MEL47B MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND METROLOGY LAB
15MEL38A/48A FOUNDRY AND FORGING LAB
15MEL38 B/48B MACHINE SHOP
SEM (MECHANICAL ENGG)2010 SCHEME
Subject Code Subject
10 AL-51 MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
10 ME-52 Design of Machine Elements I
10 ME-53 ENERGY ENGINEERING
10 ME-54 DYNAMICS OF MACHINES
10 ME-55 MANUFACTURING PROCESS III
10 ME-56 TURBO MACHINES
10 ME-57 FLUID MECHANICS MACHINERY LABORATORY.
10 ME-58 ENERGY CONVERSION ENGINEERING LABORATORY
VI SEM (MECHANICAL ENGG)2010 SCHEME
Subject Code Subject
06 ME-61 Computer Integrated Manufacturing
06 ME-62 Design Of Machine Elements Ii
06 ME-63 Heat & Mass Transfer
06 ME-64 Finite Element Method
06 ME-65 Mechatronics & Microprocessor
06 ME-66X Elective-I (Group A)
06 ME-67 Heat & Mass Transfer Laboratory
06 ME-68 Computer Aided Modeling & Analysis Laboratory
VII SEM (MECHANICAL ENGG)2010 SCHEME
Subject Code Subject
10 ME-71 Engineering Economy
10 ME-72 Mechanical Vibrations
10 ME-73 Hydraulics & Pneumatics
10 ME-74 Operation Research
10 ME-75X Elective II (Group-B)
10 ME-76X Elective III(Group-C)
10 ME-77 Design Laboratory
10 ME-78 CIM & Automation Lab
SEM (MECHANICAL ENGG)2010 SCHEME
Subject Code Subject
10 ME-81 Operation Management
10 ME-82 Control Engineering
10 ME-83X Elective IV (Group-D)
10 ME-84X Elective V (Group-E)
10 ME-85L Project Work
10ME- 86L Seminar

 Duration

Event Odd Semester Even Semester
Commencement of the term August February
I Internal Test September March
II Internal Test October April
III Internal Test November May
University Examination December June

Academic Activities:

Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Guest Lectures, Skill Development activities, Industrial visit & Placement Training.

Teaching Hours:

Theory 4Hrs/Subject/Week

Examination

University(VTU) examination will be held twice in an academic year in Dec/Jan for odd semester and in the month of June/July for even semesters.

Theory External Internal AssECsment Total Marks
Duration Max. Marks Max. Marks
3 Hrs. 100 25 125
Laboratory External Internal AssECsment Total Marks
Duration Max. Marks Max. Marks
3 Hrs. 50 25 75

Scheme of Evaluation:

As per University(VTU).