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ME – Mechanical Engineering

(Bachelor of Engineering in Machine Design)



2 Years



Total Intake

Eligibility Criteria

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The Master of Engineering (ME) in Machine Design is a postgraduate program focused on advanced principles and practices of machine design. It encompasses the study of material science, mechanics, and dynamics to innovate and improve machinery and mechanical systems.

Programme Objectives

Programme Outcome


The ME Machine Design program employs a blend of theoretical instruction, practical laboratory work, and research projects to offer a holistic learning experience. The curriculum is designed to challenge students with complex engineering problems, encouraging them to apply theoretical knowledge and innovative thinking to devise practical solutions. Through collaborative projects, students enhance their teamwork and communication skills, while specialized courses and electives allow for deep dives into areas of personal and professional interest. This approach ensures that graduates are not only proficient in machine design principles but are also capable of leading projects and driving advancements in technology.

Programme Educational Objectives


  1. In-depth knowledge of mechanical design principles and applications.
  2. Hands-on experience with modern design tools and simulation software.
  3. Development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills in a technical context.
  4. Exposure to cutting-edge research and technological advancements in machine design.

Value Proposition

Equips graduates with advanced skills in designing complex mechanical systems.

Prepares students for leadership roles in engineering and technology.

Enhances employability in highly specialized and innovative engineering fields.

Opens opportunities for research and development in mechanical engineering.

Career Prospects

Graduates of the ME Machine Design program can pursue career opportunities in:

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