School of Mechanical Sciences

Head of the School

Dr. Saroj Kumar Pradhan

Dr. Saroj Kumar Pradhan (Professor)

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About the School

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the earliest department established in 1981 . It has faculty specialized in the field of machine design and dynamics, production engg.,industrial engineering & management, thermal engg. The Mechanical Lab is equipped with FFT analyzers, vibration and acoustic instrument from diagnostic instruments (UK). CAD/CAM lab has HP workstations, Core2Duo based computers, laser printers and scanners, software both for designing and programming like NISA, ANYSYS, MASTERCAM, AutoCAD2005, Tk Solver, MATLAB, CAFIMS. The mechanical lab has also facilitates in different domains like heat transfer, heat power, refrigeration & air conditioning, Hydraulic machines, IC engines, Machine dynamics and material testing etc. Mechanical workshop has various types of lathes (HMT, NC, CNC), Milling (HMT), Drilling, shaping, grinding machines, etc. Flexible manufacturing labs in corporated CNC systems, Robot and Machine vision system. The welding shop consists of gas welding, arc welding and TIG & MIG welding equipments. The material testing lab is equipped with universal testing machine, hardness testing machine, etc. The department has carried out number of AICTE funded projects.


To become an internationally acclaimed department for higher technical education that will serve as a centre of excellence of knowledge and expertise through learning for the society and be a preferred destination for undergraduate and postgraduate studies in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

  1. To produce technically sound Mechanical engineers which will cater to the need of the Make in India environment
  2. To inculcate advanced recent trends in Mechanical engineering for creation of wealth and prosperity of humankind.
  3. To promote technology leaders in teaching, research, collaborative activities and invention of eco-friendly and socio economically feasible systems