Department of Mechanical Engineering


Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

PEO1: Impart technical knowledge through practice-focused delivery of curriculum that leads to overall development of students

PEO2: Provide opportunities to work in interdisciplinary research projects fulfilling industrial requirement

PEO3: Make students competent for pursuing higher studies / entrepreneurship / successful careers in industry


Program Outcomes (POs): 

Students will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization for the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis & interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply 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.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with t h e 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.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate 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.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.



Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PSO1: Investigate the problems in the field of Mechanical engineering and interdisciplinary domain and develop appropriate solutions that meet the need of society

PSO2: Relate and apply acquired technical knowledge, professional skills and hands on experience in mechanical engineering and allied areas


Course Outcomes (COs)

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Course Code

Course Name 

Course Outcomes (COs):

First Year Bachelor of Engineering (2019 Course)

(Choice Based Credit System)



Engineering Mathematics – I

CO1: Mean value theorems and its generalizations leading to Taylors and Maclaurin’s series useful in the analysis of engineering problems.

CO2: the Fourier series representation and harmonic analysis for design and analysis of periodic continuous and discrete systems.

CO3: to deal with derivative of functions of several variables that are essential in various branches of Engineering.

CO4: to apply the concept of Jacobian to find partial derivative of implicit function and functional dependence. Use of partial derivatives in estimating error and approximation and finding extreme values of the function.

CO5: the essential tool of matrices and linear algebra in a comprehensive manner for analysis of system of linear equations, finding linear and orthogonal transformations, Eigen values and Eigen vectors applicable to engineering problems




Engineering Physics

CO1: Develop understanding of interference, diffraction and polarization; connect it to few engineering applications.

CO2: Learn basics of lasers and optical fibers and their use in some applications.

CO3: Understand concepts and principles in quantum mechanics. Relate them to some applications.

CO4: Understand theory of semiconductors and their applications in some semiconductor devices.

CO5: Summarize basics of magnetism and superconductivity. Explore few of their technological applications.

CO6: Comprehend use of concepts of physics for Non-Destructive Testing. Learn some properties of nanomaterials and their application.



Systems in Mechanical Engineering

CO1: Describe and compare the conversion of energy from renewable and non-renewable energy sources

CO2: Explain basic laws of thermodynamics, heat transfer and their applications

CO3: List down the types of road vehicles and their specifications

CO4: Illustrate various basic parts and transmission system of a road vehicle

CO5: Discuss several manufacturing processes and identify the suitable process

CO6: Explain various types of mechanism and its application



Basic Electrical Engineering

CO1: Differentiate between electrical and magnetic circuits and derive mathematical relation for self and mutual inductance along with coupling effect.

CO2: Calculate series, parallel and composite capacitor as well as characteristics parameters of alternating quantity and phasor arithmetic

CO3: Derive expression for impedance, current, power in series and parallel RLC circuit with AC supply along with phasor diagram.

CO4: Relate phase and line electrical quantities in polyphase networks, demonstrate the operation of single phase transformer and calculate efficiency and regulation at different loading conditions

CO5: Apply and analyze the resistive circuits using star-delta conversion KVL, KCL and different network theorems under DC supply.

CO6: Evaluate work, power, energy relations and suggest various batteries for different applications, concept of charging and discharging and depth of charge.




Programming and Problem Solving

CO1: Inculcate and apply various skills in problem solving.

CO2: Choose most appropriate programming constructs and features to solve the problems in diversified domains.

CO3: Exhibit the programming skills for the problems those require the writing of well-documented programs including use of the logical constructs of language, Python.

CO4: Demonstrate significant experience with the Python program development environment.




Workshop Practice

CO1: Familiar with safety norms to prevent any mishap in workshop.

CO2: Able to handle appropriate hand tool, cutting tool and machine tools to manufacture a job.

CO3: Able to understand the construction, working and functions of machine tools and their parts.

CO4: Able to know simple operations (Turning and Facing) on a centre lathe.


101007 (Non Credit Course)

Environmental Studies-I

CO1:Demonstrate an integrative approach to environmental issues with a focus on sustainability.

CO2: Explain and identify the role of the organism in energy transfers in different ecosystems.

CO3: Distinguish between and provide examples of renewable and nonrenewable resources & analyze personal consumption of resources.

CO4: Identify key threats to biodiversity and develop appropriate policy options for conserving biodiversity in different settings.




Engineering Mathematics – II

CO1: the effective mathematical tools for solutions of first order differential equations that model physical processes such as Newton’s law of cooling, electrical circuit, rectilinear motion, mass spring systems, heat transfer etc.

CO2: advanced integration techniques such as Reduction formulae, Beta functions, Gamma functions, Differentiation under integral sign and Error functions needed in evaluating multiple integrals and their applications.

CO3: to trace the curve for a given equation and measure arc length of various curves.

CO4: the concepts of solid geometry using equations of sphere, cone and cylinder in a comprehensive manner.

CO5: evaluation of multiple integrals and its application to find area bounded by curves, volume bounded by surfaces, Centre of gravity and Moment of inertia



Engineering Chemistry

CO1: Apply the different methodologies for analysis of water and techniques involved in softening of water as commodity.

CO2: Select appropriate electro-technique and method of material analysis.

CO3: Demonstrate the knowledge of advanced engineering materials for various engineering applications.

CO4: Analyze fuel and suggest use of alternative fuels.

CO5: Identify chemical compounds based on their structure.

CO6: Explain causes of corrosion and methods for minimizing corrosion.




Basic Electronics Engineering

CO1: Explain the working of P-N junction diode and its circuits.

CO2: Identify types of diodes and plot their characteristics and also can compare BJT with MOSFET.

CO3: Build and test analog circuits using OPAMP and digital circuits using universal/basic gates and flip flops.

CO4: Use different electronics measuring instruments to measure various electrical parameters.

CO5: Select sensors for specific applications.

CO6: Describe basic principles of communication systems.




Engineering Mechanics


CO1: Determine resultant of various force systems

CO2: Determine centroid, moment of inertia and solve problems related to friction

CO3:Determine reactions of beams, calculate forces in cables using principles of equilibrium

CO4: Solve trusses, frames for finding member forces and apply principles of equilibrium to forces in space

CO5: Calculate position, velocity and acceleration of particle using principles of kinematics

CO6: Calculate position, velocity and acceleration of particle using principles of kinetics and

Work, Power, Energy



Engineering Graphics

CO1: Draw the fundamental engineering objects using basic rules and able to construct the simple geometries.

CO2: Construct the various engineering curves using the drawing instruments.

CO3: Apply the concept of orthographic projection of an object to draw several 2D views and its sectional views for visualizing the physical state of the object.

CO4: Apply the visualization skill to draw a simple isometric projection from given orthographic views precisely using drawing equipment.

CO5: Draw the development of lateral surfaces for cut section of geometrical solids.

CO6: Draw fully-dimensioned 2D, 3D drawings using computer aided drafting tools.



Project Based Learning

CO1: Project based learning will increase their capacity and learning through shared cognition. CO2: Students able to draw on lessons from several disciplines and apply them in practical way. CO3: Learning by doing approach in PBL will promote long-term retention of material and replicable skill, as well as improve teachers' and students' attitudes towards learning.



Environmental Studies-II

CO1: Have an understanding of environmental pollution and the science behind those problems and potential solutions.

CO2: Have knowledge of various acts and laws and will be able to identify the industries that are violating these rules.

CO3: Assess the impact of ever-increasing human population on the biosphere: social, economic issues and role of humans in conservation of natural resources.

CO4: Learn skills required to research and analyse environmental issues scientifically and learn how to use those skills in applied situations such as careers that may involve environmental problems and/or issues.

Second Year Mechanical Engineering




Engineering Mathematics – III

  • Solve higher order linear differential equations and apply to modelling and analyzing mass spring systems
  • Apply Laplace transform and Fourier transform techniques to solve differential equations involved in Vibration theory, Heat transfer and related engineering applications
  • Apply statistical methods like correlation, regression analysis in analyzing, interpreting experimental data and probability theory in testing and quality control
  • Perform vector differentiation and integration, analyze the vector fields and apply to fluid flow problems
  • Solve various partial differential equations such as wave equation, one and two dimensional heat flow equations



Manufacturing Process-I

  • Identify appropriate manufacturing process for product under consideration and source of defect in manufacturing process
  • Explain components and demonstrate working of various manufacturing processes
  • Solve numerical related to different manufacturing process
  • Describe the various technical parameters, components of lathe machine and operate on lathe



Computer Aided Machine Drawing

  • Recall and Use different commands & toolbars to draw 2D sketches
  • Use different commands & toolbars to prepare 3D Model of machine components
  • Prepare assembly of machine components by using appropriate constrains
  • Prepare production drawings of machine components by selecting & applying appropriate dimensions and tolerances




  • Apply various laws of thermodynamics to various processes and real systems and Calculate heat and work transfer, entropy change for thermodynamic systems
  • Estimate performance of various thermodynamic gas power cycles and gas refrigeration cycle. Availability analysis for thermodynamic systems
  • Analyze the performance of vapour power cycle and vapour compression cycle
  • Evaluate different types of steam generators and their performance estimation along with the draught calculations
  • Use Psychrometric charts and apply pyschrometric concepts for design of air conditioning systems



Material Science

  • Understand the basic concepts and properties of Material.
  • Understand about material fundamental and processing.
  • Select proper metal, alloys, non-metal and powder metallurgical component for specific
  • requirement
  • Detect the defects in crystal and its effect on crystal properties.
  • Evaluate the different properties of material by studying different test
  • Recognize how metals can be strengthened by cold-working and hot working



Strength of Materials

  • Use the concepts of simple stresses, strains and Strain energy in the analysis of machine members and structures
  • Analyze the transversely loaded beams with various Load and support conditions
  • Compare various theories of Failure and  analyze the effect of various loading combinations on a mechanical member
  • Design the rotational member under Torsion and Analyze the columns for Buckling



Value Education

  • Understood human values, their significance and role in life
  • Promote self-reflection and critical inquiry that foster critical thinking of one’s value and the values of others
  • Practice respect for human rights and democratic principles
  • Familiarize with various living and non-living organisms and their interaction with environment
  • Understood the basics regarding the leadership and to become a conscious professional




Fluid Mechanics

  • Illustrate the various properties of Fluid along with their units
  • Use the physics of fluid flow and their application
  • Illustrate the basics of fluid statics, fluid kinematics and fluid dynamics
  • Apply the Bernoulli’s Equation for various practical applications
  • Estimate the Internal flows, External flows,  Boundary layers, Drags and Lift



Soft Skills

  • Improved communication, interaction and presentation of ideas
  • Right attitudinal and behavioural change
  • Developed right-attitudinal and behavioural change



Theory of Machines – I

  • Explain various planar mechanisms
  • Evaluate static and Dynamic forces in slider crank mechanism
  • Illustrate mechanical components such as brakes, clutches and dynamometer
  • Analyze velocity and acceleration of simple mechanisms by various methods



Engineering Metallurgy

  • Describe how metals and alloys formed and how the properties change due to
  • Apply core concepts in Engineering Metallurgy to solve engineering problems
  • Conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • Select materials for design and construction.
  • Possess the skills and techniques necessary for modern materials engineering practice
  • Recognize how metals can be strengthened by alloying, cold-working, and heattreatment



Applied Thermodynamics

  • Classify internal combustion engines and analyze air standard, fuel Air and actual cycle used in engines
  • Compare combustion and  identify appropriate emission control technologies in SI and CI engines
  • Evaluate various performance parameters of engines and identify different methods to improve  overall efficiency of engine
  • Analyze and select  Positive displacement compressor based on application



Electrical and Electronics Engineering

  • Develop the capability to identify and select suitable DC motor / induction motor / special purpose motor and its speed control method for given industrial application
  • Program Arduino IDE using conditional statements
  • Interfacing sensors with Arduino IDE



Machine Shop – I

  • Manufacture of spur gear on milling machine using indexing head
  • Surface grinding using table grinder
  • Manufacturing any one sheet metal component involving minimum three different operation (use dies and press)
  •  Any two plastic component like bottle, bottle caps, machine handles, etc.

Third Year Mechanical Engineering




Design of Machine Elements-I

  • Identify and quantify failure modes for mechanical elements
  • Design Shafts, Keys and Coupling for industrial applications
  • Design fasteners and welded joints subjected to different loading conditions
  • Selects optimum design parameter to design power screw for various applications
  • Apply proficiency of drawing skill to generate production drawing of mechanical system



Heat Transfer

  • Apply heat transfer laws  and electrical analogy to analyze one dimensional cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems
  • Analyze thermal systems with and without internal heat generation, transient heat conduction and extended surfaces
  • Evaluate heat transfer rate in convection  and radiation heat transfer
  • Apply heat transfer principles to design and estimate performance of thermal equipment’s



Theory of Machines-II

  • Describe the fundamentals of Step-less regulation and Gyroscope
  • Apply the fundamentals of gear theory for Force analysis of Various types of Gears
  • Construct a four Link mechanism and cam profile
  • Analyze speed and torque in Gear trains



Turbo Machines

  • Apply thermodynamics and kinematics principles to turbo machines
  • Calculate different parameters for turbo machines
  • Evaluate the performance of turbo-machines (Centrifugal pumps, rotary compressors and turbines)
  • Select turbo machine for given application



Metrology and Quality Control

  • Explain  limits, fits, tolerance, geometric and position tolerances and gauge design
  • Demonstrate the methods of measurement, standards of measurement and carryout data collection and its analysis
  • Construct Quality Control charts and use of quality control techniques
  • Evaluate problem and analyze the cause for variation with suitable corrective actions



Skill Development

  • Identify different tools and tackles used in machine assembly shop
  • Apply proficiency of drawing skill to generate production drawing of machine Elements
  • Apply practical aspects of machine components used in assembly
  • Apply skills required in machine shop floor for assembly and disassembly




Numerical Methods and Optimization

  • Use appropriate Numerical Methods to solve engineering problems & draw the flowcharts for the same
  • Compute the Numerical results and write basic MATLAB programs for the engineering problems
  • Make use of built-in functions in MATLAB to justify numerical results
  • Formulate Mathematical equation for solving real life problems using optimization techniques



Design of Machine Elements-II

  • Design of Spur, Helical, Bevel and worm gears
  • Select the Rolling contact bearing belts rope and belt drives from manufacturer's catalogue
  • To design the gearbox for various industrial applications
  • Design sliding contact bearing for industrial applications
  • Apply proficiency of drawing skill to generate production drawing of mechanical system



Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

  • Evaluate the use of various refrigerants for different application
  • Analyze and evaluate the performance of vapour compression and vapour absorption systems.
  • Design of air conditioning systems using psychrometric concept and cooling load calculations
  • Design of duct systems on various parameters




  • Apply the concepts of PLC and PID controller for industrial applications
  • Analyze the Mechatronic system using the Transfer Function
  • Integrate an appropriate  Sensors, Actuators with Data Acquisition system
  • Design a simple Mechatronic system for day to day applications



Manufacturing -Process-II

  • Apply the knowledge of various manufacturing processes.
  • Calculate various process parameters and their effect on processes and identify application of modernization in machining
  • Explain and analyze various advanced manufacturing processes and tooling.
  • Differentiate  Jigs and Fixtures to utilize machine capability for variety of operations



Machine Shop-II

  • Apply the knowledge of various manufacturing processes practically
  • Differentiate  Jigs and Fixtures to utilize machine capability for variety of operations
  • Create the process planning sheet for assembly parts




  • Establish motivation for any topic of interest and develop a thought process for technical presentation
  • Organize a detailed literature survey and build a document with respect to technical publications
  • Summarize proof-of-concept and related data
  • Prepare Effective presentation and improve soft skills

Final Year Mechanical Engineering




Hydraulics and Pneumatics

  • Demonstrate principles & applications of various components used for hydraulic & pneumatic systems
  • Analyze industrial hydraulic & Pneumatic circuits
  • Evaluate the performance of fluid power components
  • Justify system requirements & Design hydraulic and pneumatic system for industrial applications



CAD CAM Automation

  • Apply the concepts of Robotics, Automation and Rapid Prototyping
  • Apply the analytical concepts of Geometric modelling and Transformations
  • Analyze and Evaluate the solution of structural problems using FEA
  • Generate CNC program for Turning, Milling and generate tool path



Dynamics of Machinery

  • Formulate mathematical model for any mechanical system
  • Estimate natural frequency and mode shape for vibratory system
  • Apply balancing techniques for dynamic balancing of mechanical components and engines
  • Measure vibration and noise using vibration analyzer to predict faults in mechanical system



Finite Element Analysis

  • Apply fundamentals of FEA for finite element formulation
  • Interpret results of FEA and make an assessment in terms of discretization and numerical error
  • Analyze the structural member to obtain results for displacement, stress, temperature and modal analysis
  • Evaluate and compare results of finite element analysis by application of FEA software



Energy Audit and Management

  • Identify and Evaluate the energy conservation opportunities  in thermal utilities
  • Identify and Evaluate the energy conservation opportunities  in electrical utilities
  • Evaluate the projects of energy conservations with financial evaluation tools namely Simple payback, Internal rate of return and Net present value
  • Evaluate the energy policies for energy conservation and environmental sustainability



Automobile Engineering

  • Compare and Select the Proper Automotive System for the Vehicle
  • Apply the knowledge of EVs, HEV’s and solar vehicles
  • Analyze the performance of the vehicle
  • Diagnose the faults of the automobile vehicle





  • Compare various studies available in the literature
  • Identify the gap between existing mechanical systems and propose new mechanical system
  • Define problem statement and possible solutions and their evaluation
  • Work as a team and communicate effectively




Energy Engineering

  • Analyze different types of power plants and estimate its performance parameters
  • Illustrate environmental and safety aspects of power plants
  • Evaluate non-conventional power technologies as against conventional power plants
  • Evaluate economic feasibility of power plants



Mechanical System Design

  • Design mechanical system such as gear box, Material handling system, Pressure Vessel and I.C. engine
  • Design Mechanical systems by using manufacturing assembly and safety considerations
  • Apply proficiency of design and drawing skill using different tools and techniques
  • Apply statistical and  optimum design principles for mechanical components



Industrial Engineering

  • Summarize the concepts of Productivity, Safety, HRD, Facility design
  • Apply the techniques of Work study for industrial situations
  • Solve the Numerical on inventory control and Costing
  • Develop and simulate various models of Production & Operations management



Product Design and Development

  • Understand essential factors for product design
  • Design product as per customer needs and satisfaction
  • Understand Processes and concepts during product development
  • Understand methods and processes of Forward and Reverse engineering
  • Carry out various design processes as DFA, DFMEA, design for safety
  • Understand the product life cycle and product data management




  • Use the technique, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  • Design and conduct experiments, analyse and interpret data
  • Execute and monitor the plan
  • Understand the professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice and economic analysis
  • Find research scope for further improvement
  • Prepare the report and present the same