Mechanical Engineering

Value Added Courses

Centre for Automotive Mechatronics: The Centre for Automotive Mechatronics organises regular training on Mechanical and Electrical modules of ADAM (Advanced Diploma in Automotive Mechatronics) which includes the training of students on 2 engines and fours transmissions as well as complete wiring, networking and Technical Portal of MBIL (Mercedes Benz india Ltd.). This training helps in the enhancement of the employability skills of the students and also helps to bridge the industry-academia gap.


Centre for Advanced Woodworking (CAW): Centre for Advanced Woodworking a joint venture of KIET GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS and BIESSE MANUFACTURING COMPANY PVT. LTD. The prime objective of the CAW is to impart training to young professionals and to develop new entrepreneurs in the highly disorganized woodworking industry with the concept of smart factory. To achieve the objective of CAW, the centre is having highly automated woodworking machinery and software to mitigate the requirement of the industry in terms of technology and trained manpower.
Value addition is one of the mandatory requirements of technical education. The value addition courses along regular curriculum not only increase knowledge in the domain but also makes students industry ready. Centre for Advanced wood working (CAW) offering value addition course in the field of modern furniture design and manufacturing which is a billion Doller market at present and growing day by day. There are almost 201 countries and territories, which actively import Furniture from India. The combined value of total export is 575.77 USD million in 2020-21. Further, the India furniture export market is anticipated to achieve a Y-o-Y growth rate of 14.30%. In view of the growth potential of furniture market, Big Giant like Godrej, IKEA, Wipro, Hulsta have steps in manufacturing of furniture and introducing new technologies in furniture manufacturing. With introduction of new technology an organic demand of Technocrats is also evolving in furniture manufacturing sector.

CATIA & ANSYS: In this training, students learn 2-D and 3-D drafting on CATIA and analysis of all designs, parts and objects on ANSYS as per pre-load, stresses, and heat-fluid flow conditions. The course has been designed as per Indian Industries. In the 2-D & 3-D part design, Solid Modeling, sheet metal design, Metal rendering, Part assembly and Ergonomics simulation on CATIA are covered. On ANSYS, students learn about the simulation of the parameters of stress, strain, fracture, deformation, vibration and velocity with reference to the static- dynamic loads, fluid flow, heat and mass transfer.
The purpose of these courses is to enhance the employability as well as professional competencies of the students and bridge the industry-academia gap. Training on these software enhances the employability of the students and enables them to participate in national and international design competitions.

Computer-Aided Manufacturing Centre: Centre of excellence for computer-aided manufacturing has a vertical machining center (JYOTI MAKE PX-40 MODEL) and a CNC Lathe (JYOTI MAKE DX-135 MODEL). Students are given hands-on training on these machines. Various certification training programmes are run around the year in which students get to learn about machine settings, setting up work-pieces, CNC programming, setting work offset, use of automatic tool changers (ATCs) etc. Various courses run by CAM Centre include industry readiness courses, summer and winter schools, In-house internships are run by the department from time to time for students to provide programming and manufacturing know-how to students and to make them industry ready.

Training on Pneumatic Systems: Basic training on pneumatic systems is provided in this training facility center. The basic purpose of this training is to make the students employable in the industries which make pneumatic automatic door opening systems, elevators, forklifts. The knowledge of pneumatic systems are also desirable in many industries where a wide variety of pneumatic tools are used in assembly lines in the automotive industry, in machinery stations of the production chain such as in the agri-food industry, in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, dentistry etc.