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B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering

Programs Overview

Mechanical Engineering is one of the core branches of engineering which have existed since prehistoric times. It has been part and parcel of the history of development of mankind. To this date it is unimaginable to think about development without Mechanical Engineering.

The modern age has newer challenges which Mechanical Engineering fraternity faces. Mechanical engineering has a vast scope and deals with the science and technology of Materials, Energy, Manufacturing and Design.

The Mechanical Engineering Program at Galgotia University will produce graduates who have the required knowledge and technical skills to remain productive in the field of Mechanical Engineering. The student will be groomed to develop professionalism, ethics, safety and socioeconomic concerns in resolving technical problems; and to become capable of functioning in diverse local and global environments in industry or academia.

The program is designed in such a way that the graduating students will be in a position to use the knowledge of mathematics, basic sciences and engineering to analyze problems in mechanical engineering, design and conduct experiments and interpret results, design mechanical devices, systems or processes. Student will also during his course of study evolve in a holistic way, learning to function as team, communicate ideas effectively, understand the sensitivities to safety, economics, ethics, politics, societal, cultural and contemporary issues.

Above all we will inseminate the student with a spark which will ignite the fire of continuous learning and keeping abreast with the state of the art in modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practices.


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