Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that applies the principles of engineering, physics and materials science, aerodynamics and thermodynamics for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operations of machines and tools.
It is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines. The department is well supported by placements, training team, academic and technical resources like laboratories , workshops to student academic and career development .
This program in Mechanical Engineering is intended to develop individual initiative, creativity, talent, leadership and the capability to develop, follow and adopt new technologies in the field of Mechanical Engineering. The department has purposeful linkages with organizations like VSP, Hindustan Shipyard, Hindustan Zinc, BHPV, FACOR, Zindal Steels, Etikoppaka Sugars etc.
This Diploma of Engineering – Technical (Mechanical) will give you the skills and resources you need to work as a technician alongside qualified mechanical engineers in the metal and engineering industry.
Enroll in this mechanical engineering diploma if you want to learn about the organisation and analysis of information, computing technology interaction and engineering materials selection.
This mechanical engineering training qualification is flexible to suit your current or intended employer as you will be able to choose from a range of elective competencies such as computer aided design (CAD), drafting, energy production and mechanical principles.
One of the most widely used definitions of advanced manufacturing involves the use of technology to improve products and/or processes, with the relevant technology being described as “advanced,” “innovative,” or “cutting edge.” For example, one organization defines advanced manufacturing as industries that “increasingly integrate new innovative technologies in both products and processes. The rate of technology adoption and the ability to use that technology to remain competitive and add value define the advanced manufacturing sector.”