Syllabus & Subjects offered in BE Mechanical Engineering:

BE Mechanical Engineering Syllabus -

SEMESTER I

BE Mechanical Engineering Syllabus -

SEMESTER II 

English

Mathematics II

Mathematics I

Physics II

Physics I

Programming languages

Chemistry

Electrical technology

Engineering graphics

Electronics and instrumentation

Environmental studies

Engineering Mechanics

Chemistry practical

Value education

Physics practical I

Physics II practical

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Electrical technology practical 

 

BE Mechanical Engineering Syllabus -

SEMESTER III

BE Mechanical Engineering Syllabus -

SEMESTER IV 

Mechanics of solids

Fluid mechanics

Applied Thermodynamics

Dynamics of Machinery

Theory of Mechanics

Mechanical Engineering Design

Machine Drawing

Electrical machines and control

Computer graphics

Numerical and statistical methods

Mathematics III

Mechanical Engineering Design practical

Mechanics of solids practical

Electrical machines and control practical

Applied Thermodynamics practical

Numerical and statistical practical

Theory of Mechanics practical

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BE Mechanical Engineering Syllabus -

SEMESTER V

BE Mechanical Engineering Syllabus -

SEMESTER VI

Fluid machines

Internal Combustion Engines

Heat and Mass Transfer

Mechanical Vibration

Production Technology I

Production Technology II

Advanced mechanical Engineering design

Computer-Aided Design

Industrial engineering and management

Advanced Solid Mechanics

Fluid machines practical

Internal Combustion Engines practical

Heat and Mass Transfer practical

Mechanical Vibration practical 

 

BE Mechanical Engineering Syllabus -

SEMESTER VII

BE Mechanical Engineering Syllabus -

SEMESTER VIII

Measurement and Instrumentation

Advance fluid mechanics

Energy conversation equipment

Computer-aided manufacturing

Operations research

Automobile engineering

Industrial tribology

Finite element analysis

Mechatronics

Ergonomics

Waste heat utilization

Composite materials

Noise engineering

Power plant engineering

Refrigeration and air conditioning

Environmental Engineering

Utilization of non-conventional energy

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Fracture Mechanics

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Advanced Mechanics

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