Department of Mechanical Engineering
The Department of Mechanical Engineering, Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Bengaluru was established in 2002 with an annual intake of 60 for the undergraduate programme and has grown leaps and bounds since it's inception. The annual intake was increased to 120 in 2003 and 180 in 2013. The programme is approved by AICTE, New Delhi, and has been accredited by NBA for three years in 2008, 2016, and 2019. The Department is a recognised R and D Centre (VTURC) of VTU, Belagavi, and boasts of experienced faculty, technical staff, and well-equipped Laboratories. Most of the faculty are pursuing research in various domains of Mechanical Engineering.
The Department conducts Technical Talks, Guest Lectures, Workshops and Competitions to enrich the academic and professional skills of the students. We also encourage and support students to carry out mini-projects to compete in intercollegiate events and our Department is known as “ROYAL MECH” for its dominant role in conducting co-curricular and extra-curricular activities at DBIT.
“Pursuit’s excellence through quality education to aspirants in the field of Mechanical Engineering, in order to transform them into socially responsible professionals and leaders to serve a sustainable society”
M1: To provide quality education and experience based learning in engineering through strong theoretical foundations and practical training to make globally competent engineers.
M2: To develop critical thinking abilities, entrepreneurial skills, leadership qualities and innovative Practices.
M3: To inculcate a passion for understanding professionalism and resources with ethics, safety and sustainable contribution to the society.
PEO1: To prepare graduates for successful careers in engineering, technological organizations and other industries with the emphasis in the fields of Thermal, Design, Manufacturing, Service and R&D.
PEO2: The graduates to recognize the importance and participate in continuous learning activities to enhance their professional skills in engineering and management.
PEO3: To inculcate our graduates to become industrial entrepreneurs to develop products, processes and to solve technical or societal problem in context with contribution to the betterment of society.
PEO4: To develop the professional and ethical values in diverse culture among students.
PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems to arrive at substantiated conclusions using the first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health, safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of sustainable development and its need.
PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10: Communication:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and documentation, make effective presentations to give and receive clear instructions.
PO11: Project management and finance:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12: Life-long learning:Recognize the need for, and have the zeal and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Programme outcomes are narrower statements that defines what students are expected to know and be able to do at the time of graduation. Graduated students of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering programme at Don Bosco Institute of Technology will attain the following programme outcomes in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
PSO1: Model, Analyze and Design mechanical components and systems using engineering knowledge and computational tools.
PSO2: Identify the manufacturing methods and plan processes for mechanical components and systems to meet end-user needs optimally.
PSO3: Develop automated systems using technologies and simulation tools.
To obtain consistent results in academics
To enter into MOUs to facilitate training, internship, and placements
To have frequent interaction programmes with standard domain Industries.
To encourage all the faculty to adopt the latest techniques in teaching and learning process
To upgrade the knowledge and skills of staff members by arranging continuing education programmes
To publish more number of technical papers in Scopus Indexed Journals
To undertake research projects and consultancy works<
To become truly multidisciplinary and coordinate effectively with other departments
To strive for acquiring Intellectual Property Rights
Well-ventilated class and tutorial rooms equipped with multimedia projectors
Laboratories with advanced equipment and sophisticated software
Innovative video lecture delivery facility
Interactive sessions with industry representatives
Tie-Ups and MoUs for Internship/Projects
KUKA Training Centre with Basic Robotic Programming and SIMPRO software, Siemens PLM Training Centre
R & D Centre with sophisticated equipment
|I Semester||II Semester|
|Course Code||Course Title||Course Code||Course Title|
|18MAT11/21||Calculus and Linear Algebra||18MAT11/21||Advanced Calculus and Linear Methods|
|18PHY12/22||Engineering Physics||18CHE12/22||Engineering Chemistry|
|18ELE13/23||Basic Electrical Engineering||18CPS13/23||C Programming for Problem Solving|
|18CIV14/24||Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics||18ELN14/24||Basic Electronics|
|18EGDL15/25||Engineering Graphics||18ME15/25||Elements of Mechanical Engineering|
|18PHYL16/26||Engineering Physics Laboratory||18CHEL16/26||Engineering Chemistry Laboratory|
|18ELEL17/27||Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory||18CPL17/27||C Programming Laboratory|
|18EGH18/28||Technical English-1||18EGH18/28||Technical English-II|
|III Semester||IV Semester|
|Course Code||Course Title||Course code||Course Title|
|18ME32||Mechanics of Materials||18ME42||Applied Thermodynamics|
|18ME33||Basic Thermodynamics||18ME43||Fluid Mechanics|
|18ME34||Material Science||18ME44||Kinematics of Machines|
|18ME35A or||Metal cutting and forming||18ME45A or||Metal cutting and forming|
|18ME35B||Metal Casting and Welding||18ME45B||Metal Casting and Welding|
|18ME36A or||Computer-Aided Machine Drawing||18ME46A or||Computer-Aided Machine Drawing|
|18ME36B||Mechanical Measurements and Metrology||18ME46B||Mechanical Measurements and Metrology|
|18MEL37A or||Material Testing lab||18MEL47A or||Material Testing lab|
|18MEL37B||Mechanical Measurements and Metrology lab||18MEL47B||Mechanical Measurements and Metrology lab|
|18MEL38A||Workshop and Machine Shop Practice (Consists of Fitting, and Machining)||18MEL48A||Workshop and Machine Shop Practice (Consists of Fitting, and Machining)|
|18MEL38B||Foundry, Forging and Welding lab||18MEL48B||Foundry, Forging and Welding lab|
|18KVK39/49||Vyavaharika Kannada (Kannada for communication)||18KVK49/49||Vyavaharika Kannada (Kannada for communication)|
|18KAK39/49||Aadalitha Kannada (Kannada for Administration)or||18KAK49/49||Aadalitha Kannada (Kannada for Administration) or|
|18CPC39||Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law||18CPH49||Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law|
|V Semester||VI Semester|
|Course code||Course Title||Course code||Course Title|
|17ME51||Management and Engineering Economics||17ME61||Finite Element Analysis|
|17ME52||Dynamics of Machinery||17ME62||Computer Integrated Manufacturing|
|17ME53||Turbo Machines||17ME63||Heat Transfer|
|17ME54||Design of Machine Elements - I||17ME64||Design of Machine Elements -II|
|17ME55X||Professional Elective-I||17ME65X||Professional Elective-II|
|17ME56X||Open Elective-I||17ME66X||Open Elective-II|
|17MEL57||Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab||17MEL67||Heat Transfer Lab|
|17MEL58||Energy Lab||17MEL68||Modeling and Analysis Lab(FEA)|
|Professional Elective-I||Professional Elective-II|
|17ME551||Refrigeration and Air-conditioning||17ME651||Computational Fluid Dynamics|
|17ME552||Theory of Elasticity||17ME652||Mechanics of Composite Materials|
|17ME553||Human Resource Management||17ME653||Metal Forming|
|17ME554||Non-Traditional Machining||17ME654||Tool Design|
|Open Elective-I||17ME655||Automobile Engineering|
|17ME561||Optimization Techniques||Open Elective-II|
|17ME562||Energy and Environment||17ME661||Energy Auditing|
|17ME563||Automation and Robotics||17ME662||Industrial Safety|
|17ME664||Total Quality Management|
|VII Semester||VIII Semester|
|Course code||Course Title||Course code||Course Title|
|15ME71||Energy Engineering||15ME81||Operations Research|
|15ME72||Fluid Power Systems||15ME82||Additive Manufacturing|
|15ME73||Control Engineering||15ME83X||Professional Elective - V|
|15ME74X||Professional Elective - III||15ME84||Internship / Professional Practice|
|15ME75X||Professional Elective-IV||15ME85||Project Phase – II|
|15MEL77||CIM Lab||Professional Elective-V|
|15MEP78||Project Phase – I||15ME831||Cryogenics|
|Professional Elective-III||15ME832||Experimental Stress Analysis|
|15ME741||Design of Thermal Equipments||15ME833||Theory of Plasticity|
|15ME743||Financial Management||15ME835||Product life cycle management|
|15ME744||Design for Manufacturing|
|15ME745||Smart Materials & MEMS|
Mechanical Engineering students after the UG programme have plenty of opportunities in the area of Design Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Thermal Engineering, Production, and Manufacturing Engineering.
The Design Engineers are in demand, due to new technologies developing in India. The 3D printing technology requires a software - crafted design for printing and the design engineers use software such as Solidworks, Catia, Autocad, Solid edge for Drafting, and Designing.
An Aerospace Engineer can start a good career in the air force as a flight engineer, in the aviation industry as an aircraft engineer as well either private or with the national carrier.
Thermal Engineers are required in the industries/companies that manufacture heat exchangers, A.C.s, Refrigerator, etc. They can also work in thermal power plants and hydro-electric power plants.
Production and Manufacturing Engineering
Production and Manufacturing engineering is a well-paying, well-regarded job with a robust future potential. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment in this field is projected to grow 9% from 2016 to 2026. Production and Manufacturing engineers have a high level of career satisfaction and generally stay in the profession long-term.
Pass in PUC/10+2 Examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the chemistry/Computer science/ Electronics/Technical vocational subjects and obtained at least 45% marks(40% in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST category) in the above subjects taken together of any Board recognized by the respective State Governments / Union Territories or any other qualification recognized as equivalent there to.
|IV||A||Vishwanath B Rfirstname.lastname@example.org||9964351441|
|VIII||A||Manjunath M Vemail@example.com||7829036581|
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