Pneumatics Lab: In this course the students design and learn about the construction, application and maintenance of pneumatic control systems, understand the production and purification of compressed air.
Industrial Purpose Vertical Machining Centre: This machining centre enhances the employability skills of students by offering hands on experiment on various operations such as milling, drilling, boring, tapping without changing the tool and with high precision.
Design software: Latest softwares including CATIA V5-V6, Solid works, Auto CAD, ANSYS and Auto Desk Inventor are available in the department. Training sessions on these softwares enhances the employability of the students and enable them to participate in national and international design competitions.
The purpose of these courses is to enhance the employability as well as professional competencies of the students and bridge the industry-academia gap. The Department organizes various hands-on training programs on these facilities for practical learning of the concepts which students study as a part of their curriculum.
Python Programming: The Department of Mechanical Engineering is not letting any stone unturned for the enhancement of skill of the students even in times when the world is dealing with Corona Pandemic. While physical training is to be avoided for the prevention of spread of the virus, the department of Mechanical Engineering in collaboration with the Department of Information Technology is organising training for students on "Python Programming" to enhance their employability.
Centre of Automotive Mechatronics: The Centre of 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.