The Department of Mechanical Engineering is actively associated in grooming the engineering graduates in Mechanical Engineering by nurturing them with inputs from various basic and specialized subjects involving production, industrial, thermal and design engineering. A wide selection of projects, seminars and training facilities besides technical visits to industrial enterprises generates enormous potential and confidence among the students enabling them to independently handle the life size problems in their engineering careers. The department is conducting a 4-year full time undergraduate course-B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with an annual intake of 60. The programme has been specially tailored to meet the growing global requirements and focuses on upcoming manufacturing systems with a rigorous emphasis on automation and quality control. Current subjects like Production Engineering/Operation Management, CAD/CAM, Ergonomics, Robotics, Mechatronics etc. are highlights of the curriculum, besides ongoing advancements and computational product design and development to accept the face global competition.
To prepare them for a productive professional career in Mechanical Engineering to become and be recognized by our peers and industry as one of the top– tier mechanical engineering program in the country.
To provide students with quality education, and understanding with continuous improvement to develop core competency shared for economic development to improve the quality of life of the citizen of the nation and to develop lifelong learning aptitude to establish them globally.
Prof.(Dr.) Rajendra Karwa
Professor (Mechanical Engineering)
B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Hons.) Thermal, Ph.D. (IIT Roorkee)View Detail Profile
Prof. M. R. Baid
M.B.A. ( Gold Medalist) JNVU, Jodhpur
B.E. (Mechanical Engineering), MBM Engineering College, Jodhpur
Dr. Bhagwat Singh Shishodia
Ph.D IIT Delhi
ME- Mechanical Engineering
Associate Professor & Controller of Examination - JIET
B.E. (Production & Industrial Engineering), MBM Jodhpur
SAP Certified SCM- Manufacturing Consultant.
Ph. D. (Pursuing)
M.E. (Thermal Engineering), MBM Engg. College, Jodhpur
B.E. (Mechanical Engineering), MBM Engg. College, Jodhpur
Ph. D. (P) Mechanical Engg. Dept. from MBM Engg. College, Jodhpur
M.E. (Thermal Engineering), MBM Engg. College, (Jodhpur)
B. E. (Mechanical Engg.), MBM Engg. College , (Jodhpur)
Ph. D. (Pursuing)IIT Roorkee
M.Tech. (Industrial Metallurgy), IIT ROORKEE
B. E. (Production & Industrial Engg.) , MBM ENGG COLLEGE, (Jodhpur)
R. S. Chhatrawat
M. Tech. (CAD/CAM), Singhania University,
B. E. (Mechanical Engineering), Govt. Engg. College (Ujjain)
MCA -IGNOU DELHI
Certificate Courses in Cad/Cam , (Delhi and Hyderabad)
|1.||Harishankar Yadav, Manjeet Singh, Lokesh Singh Chouhan and Mahendra Singh (8G) participated in “Unmanned Aircraft System” competition held at RTU, Kota and stood V in position. Mr Naveen Gupta accompanied the students.|
|2.||Ashish Gehlot, Yash Bhardwaj, Ramdev Choudhary and Chaitanya Bhatia (4N) attended a workshop on ‘Automobile and I.C Engine’ at IIT Delhi on Feb 28 – March 2, 2015.|
|3.||Rishabh Soni and Suraj Singh Tanwar attended a workshop on ‘Automobile and I.C Engine’ at BITS, Pilani and secured first position in Quiz competition on March 26-29, 2015.|
|1.||Mr. Abhishek Dixit and Mr. Vikas Dave||“An approach towards Plant Location and Plant Layout”||International Journal “IJEMR”||May, 2015|
|2.||Mr. Abhishek Dixit and Mr. Vikas Dave||“Lean Production System: A Future Approach”||International Journal “IJEMR”||May, 2015|
|3.||Mr Abhishek Dixit, Prof. M.R. Baid and Mr Vikas Dave||“Water Jet Machining: An Advance manufacturing process”||International Journal of Engineering Research and General Sciences (IJERGS), Nepal||Apr, 2015|
|4.||Mr Abhishek Dixit, Mr Vikas Dave and Mr Alakshendra Pratap Singh||“Lean Manufacturing: A technique for Waste Elimination”||International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT),||Apr, 2015|
|5.||Mr. Abhishek Dixit and Mr. Vikas Dave||‘CNC and DNC systems: A Future Approach’||International Journal (IJERT)||Mar. 2015|
|6.||Mr. Abhishek Dixit and Mr. Vikas Dave||‘Supply chain management in Industrial Engineering’||International Journal (IJAERT)||Mar, 2015|
|7.||Mr. Manish Bhandari and Mr. Neeraj Sharma||'Review of sandwich beams with functionaly graded core'||Internatinal Journal of innovative science and teachers||Jul 2015|
|8.||Mr. Abhishek Dixit and Mr. Vikas Dave||‘Uncertainty in MRP Systems: - A Review’||International Journal of Engineering Technology and Research (IJETR)||Feb, 2015|
|9.||Mr. Manish Bhandari and Prof. (Dr.) Kamlesh Purohit||‘Response of functionally graded material plate under thermo mechanical load subjected to various boundary conditions’||‘International Journal of Metals’||7 Jan,2015|
|10.||Mr Sunil Gupta (Dy. HOD, ME I Shift) and Mr. Ankit Vyas||'Effect of flow condition and base contact ratio of perforated array fins on heat transfer augmentation using computational fluid dynamics technique’||Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR)||Nov-Dec, 2014|
|11.||Mr. Neeraj Sharma||‘Design and requirements for state-of-the-art MD cutting process simulations’||International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology||Nov 2014|
|12.||Prof. (Dr.) Rajendra Karwa||Journal of Solar Energy||Effect of Parametric Uncertainties, Variations, and Tolerances on Thermohydraulic Performance of Flat Plate Solar Air Heater||2014-2015|
|13.||Prof. Manish Bhandari Prof. Manoj Sharma||Research Journal of Recent Sciences||Static Analysis of Functionally Gradient Material Plate With Various Functions||Nov 2014|
|14.||Prof. Manish Bhandari Prof. (Dr.) Kamlesh Purohit||Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR)||Analysis of Functionally Graded Material Plate under Transverse Load for Various Boundary Conditions||Jan 2014|
|15.||Prof. Manoj Sharma & Dr. Manish Bhandari||Paper publish in International Journal Of Engineering Research & Technology||Comparision Of Deflection Of Functionally Gradient Material Plate Under Mechanical, Thermal & Thermo-mechanical Load”||Jul 2013|
|16.||Dr. Manish Bhandari||Paper publish in Engineering Journal||Determination Of Natural Frequency Of Aerofoil Section Blades Using Finite Element Approach||Apr 2013|
|17.||Prof. Deepak Mehra & Prof. Sunil Gupta||International journal of advanced information science & Technology||Comparision of mechanical properties& calculation of cutting force between uncoated tungsten carbide, TiN &TiAlN coated tip tungsten carbide with the help of lathe tool dynamometer||2013|
|18.||Prof. (Dr.) Rajendra Karwa||Journal of Renewable Energy||Thermal Performance of Solar Air Heater having Absorber Plate with V-down Discrete Ribs Roughness for Space Heating Applications||2013|
|19.||Prof. (Dr.) Rajendra Karwa||Energy (ELSEVIER)||Performance study of Solar Air Heater having V-down Discrete Ribs on Absorber Plate||2013|
|20.||Prof. (Dr.) Rajendra Karwa||Journal of Solar Energy||Performance Evaluation Citerion at Equal Pumping Power for Enhanced Performance Heat Transfer Surfaces||2013|
|21.||Prof. Manish Bhandari||Engineering Journal||Determination of natural frequency of aerofoil section blades||2013|
|22.||Prof. abhishek dixit & Prof. Jitendra Dave||Inter science open access journal||Producing Quality Environment||2013|
|1.||Mr. Deepak Mehra, Mr. Vivek Singh Shekhawat and Mr. Neeraj Sharma||‘Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials (PFAM-XXIII)’ on ‘Stir casting and GTAW- Welding of Aluminium Metal Matrix Composites: Review’||International Conference||5-7 Dec, 2015|
|1.||Prof. Manish Bhandari, Er. Ashirvad and Prof. Kamlesh Purohit||Comparison of Functionally Graded Material Plate with Metal and Ceramic Plate under Transverse Load for Various Boundary Conditions||Paper presentation in National Conference on NCATAS-14 at JIET, Jodhpur||28-29 Mar. 2014|
|2.||Prof. Neeraj Sharma, Prof. Manish Bhandari and Er. Ashirvad||Possible Application Of FGM (Functionally Graded Materials)||Paper presentation in International Conference on ETRASCT-14 at JIET, Jodhpur||22 Feb, 2014|
|S.No.||Name of Conference||Date|
|1.||National Conference on NCATAS-14, Jodhpur||28-29 Mar. 2014|
|2.||International Conference on ETRASCT-14, Jodhpur||22 Feb, 2014|
|S.No.||Name of Programme||Session|
|1.||Faculty Development Programme||2014-2015|
|2.||STTP ON "ADVANCED MANUFACTURING METHODS" (NITTTR)||2014-2015|
|3.||Faculty Development Programme||2013-2014|
|4.||Faculty Development Programme||2012-2013|
|5.||Short Term Workshop on “AUTO-CAD”||2012-2013|
|6.||STTP on “Computational Techniques In Engineering Focusing On Fluent Platform”||2012-2013|
Mechanical is an engineering discipline that involves the application of principles of physics for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems.
It requires a solid understanding of core concepts including mechanics, kinematics,thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and energy. Mechanical engineers use the core principles as well as other knowledge in the field to design and analyze motor vehicles, aircraft, heating and cooling systems, watercraft, manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, robotics, medical devices and more.
The sub disciplines of mechanical engg. are:
- Mechanics, having composed of statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, fluid mechanics and continuum mechanics.
- Kinematics, which is a study of the motion of bodies (objects) and systems (groups of objects), while ignoring the forces that cause the motion.
- Mechatronics, is an interdisciplinary branch of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and software engineering that is concerned with integrating electrical and mechanical engineering to create hybrid systems.
- Robotics, is the application of mechatronics to create robots, which are often used in industry to perform tasks that are dangerous, unpleasant, or repetitive.
- Structural analysis, is the branch of mechanical engineering (and also civil engineering) devoted to examining why and how objects fail. Structural failures occur in two general modes: static failure, and fatigue failure.
- Thermodynamics, is an applied science used in several branches of engineering, including mechanical and chemical engineering. At its simplest, thermodynamics is the study of energy, its use and transformation through system.
- Drafting or technical drawing, is the means by which mechanical engineers create instructions for manufacturing parts.
- Thermal Engineering, Application in Power plant, Process industries.
- Aerodynamics, finds application in Aerospace Industries.
Mechanical Engineering is a core branch of engineering and thus finds extensive applications in all fields of engineering and technology.
With the rapid rate of expansion in the industrial sector as the Indian Economy grows at a healthy rate, the employment potential for mechanical engineers is very high.
Mechanical Engineers could work in many industries including private or public sector industries of various types and in various functions as Production Engineers, Works Engineer, Maintenance, Production Planning & Control, Quality Control & Assurance, testing, research, development and design, technical Sales & Marketing, service, erection and commissioning and several more.
The need for Mechanical Engineers exists across almost all industry segments like Mechanical equipment and machines and tools; components like bearings, gears etc. consumer durables and white goods, aerospace, ship building and any conceivable product having parts and components. Mechanical engineers are also required in automobile, chemical, electronics, steel plants, oil exploration and refining, technical wings of armed forces, space research organization, etc.
Further outsourced CAD / PROJECT PREPARATION / IT Applications and Software Development work related to Mechanical Engineering Industry segment absorb sizeable number of Mechanical Engineers.
Typical career path scenarios for Mechanical professional are :
- Mechanical Engineers could work in many industries including private or public sector industries of various types and in various functions as Production Engineers, Works Engineer, Maintenance, Production Planning & Control, Quality Control & Assurance, testing, research, development and design, technical Sales & Marketing, service, erection and commissioning and several more.
- Mechanical engineers are also required in automobile, chemical, electronics, steel plants, oil exploration and refining,
- Process Industries technical wings of armed forces, space research organization, etc
- Several government departments including Posts and Telegraphs, Defense, PWD, and CPWD employ mechanical engineers.
- Aeronautical, agricultural, automobile, chemical, and power plants, as well as the railways, need mechanical engineers to design and maintain their machinery.
There is a huge requirement for mechanical engineers in steel, cement; constructions, infrastructure (maintenance) and process industries, Engineering Procurement Construction and contractor firms (EPC), Power plants, Nuclear power plants, manufacturing and operations all offer bright possibilities & opportunities.
Many Indian Companies in EPC (Engineering Procurement & Consultancy field) are expanding internationally, as well as several reputed MNC's are setting up production facilities in India specially in Automobile & Components manufacturing and they are offering excellent employment opportunities to Mechanical Engineers.
The Major Recruiters for this field are: Secure Meters, Syntel, Shree Cement, Aditya Birla Cement, Coventry-o-Coil Matic, Uttam Galva Steels Ltd, TAJ Group, Infosys, Accenture, Syntel