Department of Mechanical Engineering
The Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) was established in the year 2009. The present intake of students per class is 120. The Department has highly qualified and experienced faculty members in all streams of Mechanical Engineering.
The Department provides extension programs to assist individuals and organizations to find solutions to engineering problems through education and consulting. It is kept up to date with latest developments and trends in the field.
The Department has organized regular SDPs, Seminars and Conferences in association with Government funding agencies like AICTE, CSIR, etc. Regular industrial training programs are being organized as part of the curriculum.
The Department has a total of 6 classrooms that are well-furnished with LCD projector and computer systems to support the instructor in explaining the engineering concepts to students in an easy way.
We are committed to provide quality education in different streams along with inculcating leadership qualities among students with sound academic growth by consistent use of modern teaching processes.
The Department is equipped with the following laboratories:
- Basic Workshop
- Lathe Shop
- Special Machines shop
- Thermal Engineering Lab-I (Heat transfer Lab)
- Thermal Engineering Lab-II (Engines Lab)
- CAD/CAM Lab
- Metrology and Measurements Lab
- Dynamics Lab
- Mechatronics Lab
- Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Lab
- Strength of Materials Lab
The Department Library has more than 450 books covering a wide range of subjects that include Manufacturing Technology, Fluid Mechanics and Machinery, Engineering Metallurgy, Material Science, Strength of Materials, Thermodynamics, Thermal Engineering, Design of Machine Elements, Design of Transmission Systems, Automobile Engineering, Computer Aided Design, Computer Aided Manufacturing, Finite Element Analysis, Entrepreneurship Development and Advanced IC Engines.
meCKro of mechanical, is a progressive step in the direction towards building a strong industry-institute interface through positive synergies between student, faculty, alumni and industry. It provides a motivation to the juniors and classmates to “see and follow” the steps on the success path taken by their seniors. In connection with the association.
ACTIVITIES 2018-2019 (ODD)
|1||STUDENT ASSOCIATION INAGURATION (MECKRO)||24.08.2018||CVRDE Projects & Career Opportunities||Mr.K. Sivakumar, Scientist, CVRDE, DRDO, Avadi, Chennai|
|2||ACADEMIC GUEST LECTURE||20.09.18||Engineering Thermodynamics||Dr.A. Sathiamoorthy, Associate Prof/Mech, Pondicherry Engineering College|
|3||24.09.18||Dynamics of Machinery||Mr.V. Vetri Selvan, Associate Professor, IFET College of Engineering, Villupuram|
|4||29.09.18||Metal Joining Processes||Prof. Dr.V. Balasubramanian, Director, CEMAJOR, Dept of Manufacturing Engineering, Annamalai University|
|5||25.10.18||Design of Machine Elements||Prof. P. Sathish Kumar, HoD/Mech,
PARK College of Engineering &
|6||24.11.18||Computer Aided Design||Mr.V. Vetri Selvan, Associate professor,
IFET College of Engineering, Villupuram
|7||INDUSTRIAL ORIENTED GUEST LECTURE||12.07.18||Latest Technology Developments in Hydraulics in Ships||Mr. G. Ashok Kumar, Chief Engineer,
Synergy Maritime Pvt. Ltd, Singapore
|8||26.07.18||Simulation and Analysis – An Overview on Mechanical Industry||Mr. Daniel Manoharan, International Project Manager,
Dassault Systèms – CATIA Division,
|9||01.10.18||3D Printing||Dr. S.J. Vijay, Associate Professor,
|10||23.10.18||Expectations of Industry from Mechanical Engineering Graduates||Mr. G.M.K. GURU,
General Manager (Retd.),Hyundai Mobis, Chennai
|1||Dr. V. SURESH||M.E., Ph.D||Professor|
|2||Dr. K. ASAITHAMBI||M.E., Ph.D||Associate Professor|
|3||Dr. S. GAJALAKSHMI||M.E., MBA.,(Ph.D)||Associate Professor|
|4||Mr. K. MALLIESWARAN||M.E., MBA.,(Ph.D)||Associate Professor|
|5||Mr. S. PANNEERSELVAM||M.E||Assistant Professor|
|6||Mr. R. MURASU||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|7||Mr. S. VELMURUGAN||M.E., (Ph.D)||Assistant Professor|
|8||Mr. P. SOLOMON DURAIRAJ||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|9||Mr. D. BALACHANDAR||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|12||Mr. S. GNANASEKAR||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|13||Mr. K. KARTHIKEYAN||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|14||Mr. D. GEORGE OLIVER||M.E||Assistant Professor|
|15||Mr. N. NEELAVANNAN||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|16||Mr. R. AMUDHAN||M.E||Assistant Professor|
|17||Mr. R. KRISHNAMOORTHY||M.E., (Ph.D)||Assistant Professor|
|18||Mr. A. ABDUL RAGUMAN||M.E||Assistant Professor|
|19||Mr. D. SENTHIL KUMAR||M.E||Assistant Professor|
|20||Mr. RAMESH||M.E||Assistant Professor|