B.Tech. Program in Mechanical Engineering commenced in year 2011. The Department has highly qualified faculty, staff members, and has well-equipped laboratories. Mechanical Engineering Department handles diverse fields of Thermal, Production and Design of Mechanical Systems. Through Centre of Excellences we provide training to develop skills on new technologies. In order to bridge the gap between industry and academia, the Department has been organizing Guest Lectures from the Industry Experts, Industrial Visits, Seminars and Workshops on regular basis.


To develop a skill based education system, creating quality Mechanical Engineers to cater the latest technological and socio-economic need of the nation.


  • Provide required infrastructure and facilities to create and disseminate knowledge in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
  • Develop relation with industry and top class educational institutions for excellence in teaching, research and consultancy services.
  • Impart quality education and training through Center of Excellences to create future industry ready Mechanical Engineers.

Career Opportunities

With the “Make in India” initiative of the Government, it is evident that the growth of manufacturing sector in India is going to see new heights opening up new opportunities for Mechanical Engineers.  By utilizing the following platforms, The Mechanical Engineering graduates become job fit and get opportunities as Mechanical Engineering Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Researchers, Innovators and Academic Administrators.
  • Industrial Visit/ Internship Program
  • Training Programs/ Workshops
  • Personality Development Program (PDP)
  • Centers of Excellences & Innovations
  • National Level Project Competitions
  • Career Resource Center (CRC)

Program Outcomes

POsEngineering Graduates will be able to
PO1Engineering KnowledgeApply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2Problem AnalysisIdentify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3Design/development of solutionsDesign solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4Conduct investigations of complex problemsUse research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5Modern tool usageCreate, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6The engineer and societyApply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7Environment and sustainabilityUnderstand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8EthicsApply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9Individual and team workFunction effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10CommunicationCommunicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO11Project management and financeDemonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12Life-long learningRecognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO 1: Pursue higher education and research work in engineering and technology. PEO 2: Able to design and develop innovative solution of problems of society and industry. PEO 3: Able to use their professional skills and leadership quality in ethical manner.

Program Specific Outcomes

PSO 1: Apply the concepts of thermal engineering while designing and analyzing mechanical engineering systems. PSO 2: Apply the principles of design and analysis in product development process. PSO 3:  Contribute in the improvement of production using modern technology and research for the cause of society and environment.

Department Advisory Committee (DAC)

1AcademiciansProf. (Dr.) Ravi Kumar, Professor IIT Roorkee
Prof.(Dr.) Naveen Kumar, Mechanical Engineering Department, DTU
2Industry RepresentativeMr. A.K.Khanna, Director, Dynamic SQ, Ghaziabad
Mr. Prabhat Kr. Jha, Deputy General Manager in Production Division, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.
3AlumniMr. Shivam Garg, Pursuing M.Tech in Tribology from IIT Delhi
Ms. Saumya Agarwal , GET at Somic ZF Pvt. Ltd. , Gurugram, Hariyana
Mr. Rahul Gupta, Asst. Design Engineer, Marang medical Pvt. Ltd., Ghaziabad
4ParentsMr. Davendra Kumar, Personal Secretary to Chief Engineer(Elect.), Indian Railways
Mr. Harish Chandra Tiwari, Department of Sales Tax , Government of India, Ghaziabad
5HODMr. Avinash Chandra Trivedi
6NBA CoordinatorMr.  Vijay Kumar
7DirectorProf. (Dr.) M. K. Jha
8Member SecretaryMs. Manuja Pandey

Academic Calendar ODD Semester 2019-20

S. No.EventDate(s)Day
1Commencement of Classes22-07-2019Monday
2Registration of Students22-07-2019 to 22-07-2019Monday to Wednesday
3Mentor-Mentee Meeting-I26-07-2019Friday
4Club Activity-I09-08-2019  Friday
5Presentation on Project Synopsis19-08-2019 & 21-08-2019 Monday & Wednesday
6Class Test-I19-08-2019 to 21-08-2019Monday to Wednesday
7Club Activity-II23-08-2019  Friday
8Guest Lecture by alumni, Mr. Krishna Yagnik, Engineer, Honda Cars India limited30-08-2019Friday
9Industrial Visit to "Assomac Machines Limited", Lalkuwa, Ghaziabad31-08-2019Saturday
10Mentor-Mentee Meeting-II06-09-2019Friday
11Student Feedback – Before Internal Exam (Mid Term)09-09-19 to 10-09-19Monday to Tuesday
12Project Progress Presentation-I09-09-19 & 11-09-19 Monday & Wednesday
13Class Test- II11-09-2019 to 13-09-2019Wednesday to Friday
14Sessional Test-I16-09-2019 to 23-09-2019Monday to Monday
15Interction with Alumni Mr. Shubham raj, GET, JBM Guru Gram.27-09-2019Friday
16Industrial Visit to "Moon Beverage", Mohan NagarOct, 2019
17Mentor-Mentee Meeting-III11-10-2019Friday
18Student Facility Feedback14-10-2019Monday
19Project Progress Presentation-II14-10-2019 & 16-10-2019 Monday & Wednesday
20Faculty Feedback18-10-2019Friday
21Guest Lecture on Grid interaction of energy storage by Shashank Vyas, Associate Fellow Electricity & Fuels Division, TERI05-11-2019Tuesday
22Club Activity-III08-11-2019  Friday
23Final Project Viva11-11-2019 & 13-11-2019Monday & Wednesday
24Class Test- III11-11-2019 to 13-11-2019Monday to Wednesday
25Student Feedback – Before End Term (CO Feedback)11-11-2019 to 12-11-2019Monday to Tuesday
26Sessional-II18-11-2019 to 25-11-2019Monday to Monday
27End Semester Examination*Dec-19
* Subject to University schedule

Academic Calendar Even Semester 2018-19

1Commencement of Classes16-01-2019Wednesday
2Registration of Students16-01-2019 to 18-01-2019Wednesday to Friday
3Industrial Visit to Rajendra Gear25-01-2019FridayIII Year
4Republic Day26-01-2019Saturday
5Final Year Project progress presentation-I28-01-2019 to 01-02-2019Monday to Friday
6Class Test I04-02-2019 to 08-02-2019Monday to FridayFrom Unit I
7Interaction of final year student with Alumni ( Shubham Raj)15-02-2019FridayIV Year
8Class Test- II26-02-2019 to 28-02-2019Tuesday to ThursdayFrom Unit II
9Final Year Project progress presentation-II04-03-2019 to 08-03-2019Monday to Friday
10Industrial Visit to Shriram Piston & Rings, Ghaziabad08-03-2019FridayII Year
11Sessional Test-I11-03-2019 to 16-03-2019Monday to Saturday50% Syllabus
12Holi Vacations18-03-2019 to 23-03-2019Monday to SaturdayHoliday
13Final Year Project Presentation28-03-2019Thursday
14Mentor-Mentee Meeting-I29-03-2019FridayII,III & IV Year
15Final Year Project Report Submission (Soft Copy)03-04-2019Wednesday
16Luncheon with Chair06-04-2019Saturday
17Guest Lecture of Mr. Samay Vashishtha, Executive Engineer Honda Cars12-04-2019FridayIII Year
18Final Year Project Report Submission (Hard Bound)15-04-2019MondayIV Year
19Class Test III16-04-2019 to 18-04-2019Tuesday to ThursdayFrom Unit 4
20Farewell20-04-2019SaturdayFinal Year
21Mentor-Mentee Meeting-II23-04-2019TuesdayII,III & IV Year
22Sessional Test- II27-04-2019 to 06-05-2019Saturday to Monday100% Syllabus Coverage
23End Semester ExamMay ,2019As per University Schedule
24Summer Training ProgramJune, 2019

Academic Calendar Odd Semester 2018-19

S. No.EventDate(s)DayRemarks
1Commencement of Classes23/07/2018Monday 
2Registration of Students23/07/2018 – 25/07/2018Monday to Wednesday 
3Industrial Visit to Prakash Web Tech, Faridabad06/08/2018MondayIII Year
4Industrial Visit to Honda, G Noida13/08/2018MondayIII Year
5Seminar on Advance Manufacturing by Dr. Anand Pandey,16/08/2018ThursdayIV Year
6Industrial Visit to Alliance Tooling Ltd Sahibabad17/08/2018FridayIV Year
7Boot Camp for Mechanical Engg students by VS Energy Harmonisation & Automation Pvt Ltd. Greater Noida18/08/2018SaturdayIII and IV Year
8Class Test 120/08/2018 – 22/08/2018Monday to WednesdayFrom Unit 1
9Guest Lecture by Mr. PK Jha AGM Maruti Suzuki24/08/2018FridayIII Year
10Boot Camp for Mechanical Engg students, by Blue shall EDesign Solution Pvt Ltd.01/09/2018SaturdayIV Year
11Foundation Day/ Fresher’s Day/ Teacher’s Day05/09/2018Wednesday
12Industrial Visit to Shriram Piston & Rings, Ghaziabad10/09/2018MondayIV Year
13Class Test II11/09/2018 – 13/09/2018Tuesday To ThursdayFrom Unit 2
14Industrial Visit to Bharat Gear, Faridabad14/09/2018FridayIV Year
15Sessional I17/09/2018- 24/09/2018Monday to Monday50% Syllabus
16Mentorship Meeting28/09/2018FridayII,III & IV Year
17Guest Lecture By Dr. R A Khan, Retd. Professor Jamiya Milia Islamia, N. Delhi28/09/2018FridayII & III Year
18Industrial Visit to Rajendra Gear, Ghaziabad01/10/2018MondayIII Year
19Mentorship Meeting03/10/2018WednesdayIV Year
20Annual Fest04/10/2018- 06/10/2018Thursday to Saturday
21Guest Lecture by Dr. Manvendra Singh, IIT BHU on Material Science08/10/2018MondayII Year
22Industrial Visit to JBM, Faridabad09/10/2018TuesdayIV Year
23Mentorship Meeting10/10/2018WednesdayII Year
24Industrial Visit to Hercules12/10/2018FridayIII Year
25Mentorship Meeting17/10/2018WednesdayIII Year
26Guest Lecture by Dr SC Bhaduri,  G. Noida22/10/2018MondayIII Year
27Mentorship Meeting26/10/2018FridayII,III & IV Year
28Guest Lecture by ABESIT Alumni Mr. Samay Vashisth26/10/2018FridayIV Year
29Class Test III29/10/2018 – 31/10/2018Monday to WednesdayFrom Unit 4
30Sessional II19/11/2018 onwardsMonday Onwards100% Syllabus
31End Semester ExamDecemberUniversity Schedule
32International/National ConferenceJanuary 18-19, 2019Friday, Saturday

1. Workshop

2. CAEG (Computer Aided Engineering Graphics)

3. Fluid Mechanics Lab

4. Material Science & Testing Lab

5. Thermodynamics Lab

6. Measurement & Metrology Lab

7. Manufacturing Science Lab

8. Fluid Machinery LabChange

9. IC Engine & Automobile Lab

10. Heat & Mass Transfer Lab

11. Theory of Machine Lab

12. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab

13. Machine Design Lab

14. Computer Aided Machine Drawing Lab

15. CAD/CAM Lab

Expert Talks

S. No.Topic of Talks/LectureName of Resource PersonDate
1Scope of Design Software in Industry and Job Opportunity in the Field of DesignMr. Amit Kumar,(Design consultant) Le-logix Ghaziabad07/04/2018
2Balancing of MachinesDr. AK Khare, Former VC UPTU Lucknow06/04/2018
3Multi Brand Automobile Functioning and Repair TechniquesMr. S S SAXENA  VSM (Retd.) Indian Air Force19/02/2018
4Interactive Session by JBM GroupMr. Saurav BaruaOperations and Business Management Professional , JBM Cadmium Gurugram.12/12/2017
5Advance Welding Process in ManufacturingDr. R.S. Parmar, Ex- Professor IIT- Delhi13/11/2017
6Fundamental and Deferent Aspects of Tribology in ManufacturingProf. Jitendra Kumar Katiyar Research Associate in SRM Channai24/10/2017
7Latest Production Technology used in Automobile IndustryMr. PK Jha, AGM, Maruti Suzuki, Gurugram10/10/2017
8Electronics Component Manufacturing in IndiaMr. Soni Saran Singh (Executive Director, NMTRONICS India Pvt. Ltd. Noida07/09/2017
9Energy Conservation and its AwarenessMr. Rahul Saini, Senior Consultant for PCRA. GOI01/09/2017
10Motivational & Inspirational lecture on Development of Soft SkillsCol. Mr. Rajeev Bhatnagar TPC Global ,Ghaziabad09/02/2017
11Lubricant application in industryMr. AK Khanna MD, Dynamic SQ Ghaziabad30/09/2016
12Solar photo VoltaicMr. Atul Bhargava, GM (Marketing) at Central Electronics Ltd, New Delhi26/02/2016


S. No.ThemeDuration
1Seminar on  Advances In Tribology & Machining09/02/2018- 10/02/2018
2FDP on Automation Technology- Hydraulic System11/01/2018- 12/01/2018
3Workshop on ANSYS Mechanical13/4/2016
4Workshop on CNC Milling Machine23/12/2015- 24/12/2015
5Workshop on Entrepreneurship Development10/08/2015- 12/08/2015

 Industrial Visit

S.No.  Name of CompanyYearDate
1.Prakash Webtech Pvt. Ltd.  Faridabad3rd Year04/04/2018 & 23/04/2018
2.Rajendra Gear Pvt. Ltd. , Udyog Kunj, Industrial Area, N. H. – 24, Ghaziabad3rd Year09/11/2017- 10/11/2017
3Ralko  Tyre Pvt. Ltd ,Meerut road Industrial Area, Ghaziabad3rd Year21/10/2016
4.Electronics India expo  Pragati Maidan, New Delhi4th Year16/09/2016
5.Rajendra Gear Pvt. Ltd. , Udyog Kunj, Industrial Area, N. H. – 24, Ghaziabad3rd Year15/02/2016
6North Street Cooling Tower , Meerut Road Industrial Area, Ghaziabad3rd Year10/02/2016
7.Micromatic Grinding ,Meerut Road Industrial Area, Ghaziabad4th Year05/12/2015


S. NoEventStudentSessionAchievement
1Smart India Hackathon 2019 MSME Di Guwahati (Agriculture and Rural Development)Manan Gupta, Lakshya Kumar, Mayank Pal2019Qualified First Round
2Smart India Hackathon 2019 Himalyan Chamber of Commerce (Smart Vehicle )Bhavik Gaur, Bhanu Pratap Sing, Bhupendra Kumar, Arush Kaushik2019Qualified First Round
3SRIJAN (Station Rejuvenation Initiative by Joint Action) by Ministry of RailwayManan Gupta2018Winner
4Two and half months summer internship at the Conn Center for Renewable Energy in the JB Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville, USAHarshit Mishra2018Training
5Business Plan at AKTU’S State Level Technical, Literary and Management Events FestGopal Vishwakarma, Harshit Mishra2018Winner
6Robo-war at AKTU’s Zonal Level Technical, Literary and Management Events FestLakshya Kumar2018Winner
7Inter- Collegiate National Level Racing Championship ‘All Terrain Vehicle Championship’ organized by Autosports India at NasikAman Katiyar201838th Rank
8AKTU Startup- Parikrama 2nd EditionHarshit Mishra2017Winner
9Inter Collegiate National Level Racing Competition “ Electrical-Solar Vehicle Championship(ESVC) 2016” organized by Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers in BhopalSamai Vashistha201613th Rank
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