Machine Design

Duration of the Programme – 2 years

Present Intake - 13 Students

Year of commencement – 2014


Programme Educational Objectives

PEO1 To train students with in-depth and advanced knowledge to become highly-skilled professionals in machine design and allied fields like solid mechanics and dynamics, capable of analysing and solving complex engineering problems.

PEO2 To enable graduates to carry out innovative and independent research work in academia/industry to enhance the solid mechanics and dynamics knowledge base, and to disseminate the knowledge.

PEO3 To prepare the students to exhibit a high level of professionalism, integrity, social responsibility and life-long independent learning ability.


Programme Outcomes

PO1 An ability to independently carry out research/investigation and development work to solve practical problems

PO2 An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document

PO3 Students should be able to demonstrate a degree of mastery over the area as per the Machine Design programme. The mastery should be at a level higher than the requirements in the appropriate bachelor programme.

PO4 Ability to conduct research, do self-learning and share in-depth knowledge in the areas of solid mechanics, dynamics and machine design.

PO5 Ability to critically analyse complex problems in the field of machine design and arrive at optimal solutions.

PO6 Ability to use modern computer/ software tools to model, analyse and design mechanical systems.



Curriculum & Syllabi 2018

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