Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

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Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Course Highlights

 Type of Course


 Duration of Course

 3 years

 Examination Type

 Semester wise

 Course Fee

  • 1,30,600 for JEXPO Quota
  • 1,66,600 for Management Quota

 Average annual salary after   completing the course

 INR 1,20,000 to 2,40,000

 Top recruiting companies


 Job positions in Industry

 Diploma Engineer Trainee, Operator Engineer Trainee etc.

 Job positions in Education   Sector

 Lab Instructor


Admission Process & Criteria:

Direct Admission (25% Seats): 

  • Candidate must be cleared his/her Secondary / Madhyamik / 10th Std. or its equivalent examination.

  • English, Physical Science and Mathematics must be there as major subjects.

  • Valid JEXPO Rank and other criteria will be as per the norms of WBSCT&VE&SD.

Age Limitation: Candidate should not be born after 01.07.2005 and there is no upper age limit.

Indirect Admission:

JEXPO (75% Seats): Admission through JEXPO counseling centrally conducted by WBSCT&VE&SD.

Lateral Category (10% Seats): Admission through WBSCT&VE&SD conducted VOCLET Examination and central counseling.


Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Course Syllabus:

Semester I Semester II
  • Mathematics-I
  • Applied Physics-I
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Communication Skillsin English
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Engineering WorkshopPractice
  • Applied Physics-I Lab
  • Applied Chemistry Lab
  • Sports and Yoga
  • Communication Skills in English Lab
  • Mathematics-II
  • Applied Physics-II
  • Introduction to IT Systems
  • Fundamentals of Electrical& Electronics Engineering(FEEE)
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Applied Physics-II Lab
  • Introduction to IT Systems Lab
  • Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
  • Engineering Mechanics Lab
  • Environmental Science
Semester III Semester IV
  • Advanced Strength of Material
  • Thermal engineering I
  • Manufacturing Process I
  • Fundamentals of Electronics
  • Engineering Materials
  • M.E. Drawing
  • Advanced Strength of Material Lab
  • Thermal engineering I Lab
  • Manufacturing Process I Lab
  • Fundamentals of Electronics Lab
  • M.E. Drawing Lab
  • Professional Practice I Lab
  • Thermal engineering II
  • Manufacturing Process II
  • Principles of Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Metrology
  • Theory of Machines & Mechanisms
  • Thermal engineering II Lab
  • Manufacturing Process II Lab
  • Principles of Electrical Engineering Lab
  • Engineering Metrology Lab
  • Theory of Machines & Mechanisms Lab 
  • Development of Life Skill II Lab
  • Professional Practice II Lab
Semester V Semester VI
  • Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
  • Advanced Manufacturing Process
  • Measurement and Control
  • Power Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Lab
  • Advanced Manufacturing Process Lab
  • Measurement and Control Lab
  • Power Engineering Lab
  • Automobile Engineering Lab
  • Computer Programming Lab
  • Professional Practice III Lab
  • Industrial Project and Entrepreneurships
  • Design of M/C Elements
  • Fluid Power
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • Production Management
  • Industrial Management
  • Design of M/C Elements Lab
  • Fluid Power Lab
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab
  • Professional Practice IV Lab
  • Project


Vision of the Department

To achieve excellence in Mechanical engineering by imparting technical knowledge & skills blended with attitude & behavior to meet industrial and societal requirements.


Mission of the Department

Mission 1: To offer quality education with supportive facilities to produce technically proficient engineers to serve industry.

Mission 2: To motivate students for lifelong learning and guide them to choose better career option.

Mission 3: To inculcate ethical & professional values among students with societal and environmental concern.


The strengths of the Mechanical Engineering Department are as follows:

  • The faculty members of the Mechanical Engineering Department are technically and academically sound and experienced..

  • Workshops and Laboratories of Mechanical Engineering Department are modern and well equipped.

  • We maintain the healthy environment for teaching learning process followed by prior knowledge, presenting new material, challenge, feedback and repetition.

  • Outcome based teaching-learning process is followed by the Mechanical Engineering Department.

  • Peer comparison uncovers that the placement record of Mechanical Engineering Department in various reputed companies is remarkable and up to the benchmark.

  • For the benefits of our students, the Mechanical Engineering Department conducts Soft Skill development and Technical Skill development programs with the help of Training and placement Cell.

  • In coordination with Training and placement Cell, Mechanical Engineering Department provides industrial training to our students in various reputed Training Industries.

  • To elevate the knowledge of faculty members and students about the recent upgraded trends of mechanical engineering trade, the Department organizes various Conferences and workshops frequently throughout the year.

  • To alleviate the curriculum gaps, Mechanical Engineering Department conducts workshops and lectures by experts from both academic and technical sectors.

  • We encourage our students and faculty members to attain MOOCs for betterment of their skill and technical knowledge.


Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

PE01: The students will get the job/employment opportunity in public or private sectors.

PE02: The students will execute their assignment effectively as individuals and team members in multi-disciplinary setup leading to a common goal.

PE03: The students will have a sound background to pursue higher study.


Program outcomes (POs):


Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems


Problem analysis: Identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.


Design/ development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.


Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.


Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.


Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.


Life-long learning: Ability to analyse individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.




















Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs):

PSO 1: The program must demonstrate that students can apply specific program principles to Design using CAD(2D), testing of various mechanical parameters & operation of different machines.

PSO 2: The program ensures students able to contribute in manufacturing or processing of products economically to meet the customer’s satisfaction.





Mechanical Workshop and Laboratories

Major Laboratories:
  • Applied mechanics lab (Izod Impact testing M/C, Brinell & Rockwell hardness testing M/C, UTM, TTM etc.)
  • Heat power lab (Diesel and petrol engine, boiler, air compressor etc)
  • Fluid mechanics lab (Venturi & orifice meter, V-notch, centrifugal & reciprocating pump etc)
  • Metrology lab (Vernier Scale instruments, Sine bar etc)
  • AutoCAD lab (15 nos of computers with latest AutoCAD version installed)
  • Auto-Mobile lab (ELECTIVE), with Maruti 800
  • Drawing-Hall (2 nos)
  • Major Workshops:
  • Machine shop (Lathe, Shaping, milling, drilling, grinding, hydraulic power saw)
  • Fitting shop (small drilling machine)
  • Welding shop (gas and arc welding machine)
  • Carpentry (Jigs and band saw, power saw)


    •  Universal Testing Machine
    •  Torsional Testing Machine
    •  Screw Jack
    •  Worm & Worm Wheel
    •  Single Purchase crab winch
    •  Rockwell Testing Machine
    •  Izod Testing Machine
    •  Brinell Testing Machine


    •  Diesel and petrol engine
    •  Boiler
    •  Air compressor,
    •  Refrigeration
    •  Surface condenser
    •  Steam engine


    •  Venturi meter
    •  Orifice meter
    •  V-Notch
    •  Centrifugal Pump
    •  Reciprocating Pump


    •  Vernier Micrometer
    •  Vernier Caliper
    •  Vernier Height Gauge
    •  Slip Gauge
    •  Bevel Protector
    •  Bevel Protector
    •  Dial Gauge


    Auto CAD software is being there at various industries for many years but still it has the same importance. It helps architects, designers and engineers to create designs and test the same, before spending money, labour or time. People in manufacturing understand the importance of technical drawing. Good technical drawings can often reduce the risk of significant delays in production.

    •  It improves productivity
    •  It helps the student visualize their final product and see how it will work
    •  The quality of the design dramatically improve
    •  The software helps the user to create documentation for their design (documentation means everything from the materials to be used to components and specification)


    •  Detailed study of Maruti 800 Engine
    •  Major workshops and the equipments


    •  Lathe, crank and slotted link type shaping machines, milling machine, slotting machine, radial drilling
    •  Machine, bench and table surface grinder, hydraulic power saw



    •  All fitting tools and equipments bench wise Welding shop Arc welding machine, gas welding machine, spot
    •  Welding machine.


    •  Wood turning lathe, circular zig saw, band saw.