|Degree Awarded||Discipline||Duration||Entry Level||Seats in IIST|
|B.Tech||Mechanical Engineering||4 years||10+2 (PCM)||120|
|M.E.||Machine Design||2 years||BE or B.Tech||18|
The Department of Mechanical Engineering established in the year 2003 has a capacity of 120 students in the B. Tech Program and 18 students in M.E program (Specialization Machine Design). Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Stream is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Technical University (RGTU), Bhopal, Approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The Department of Mechanical Engineering is continuously striving to achieve excellence in education, academic and industry oriented research as well as consultancy work with service to the society.
Mechanical Engineering is a very strategic and specialized segment where the engineers are trained to meet the innovative demands of futuristic technologies. Department of Mechanical Engineering at IIST is how established as one of the premier brands in technical education in region.
Department of Mechanical Engineering has qualified and experienced faculties from optimal faculty to student ratio and enthusiastic students. Department of Mechanical Engineering focuses on comprehensive course curriculum with intense practical exposure to students which will enable them to take up challenging roles in professional careers.
It has well equipped state-of-the-art laboratories that cater to the needs of the students. Many of our undergraduate activities, including Go- KART, BAJA SAE India, Aerodynamic Club, Robotics Club and sports, have won university-level and professional society awards.
We aim to equipped the students with comprehensive as well as practical training to meet the skill requirement of the corporate and build careers of our students with whole hearted.
Department is also encouraging their faculties to participate in Faculty Development to learn about latest trends in their respective areas.
Upon successful completion of the program, the students would have the following attributes.
It is an initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) under the National Mission on Education through ICT. The Department of Mechanical Engineering conducts virtual labs programs organized by different IITs across the country
SWAYAM is an initiative by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. World’s largest SWAYAM MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), a new paradigm of education for anyone, anywhere, anytime, as per your convenience, aimed to provide digital education free of cost and to facilitate hosting of all the interactive courses prepared by the best more than 1000 specially chosen faculty and teachers in the country. SWAYAM MOOCs enhances active learning for improving lifelong learning skills by providing easy access to global resources.
Welcome to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at IIST Indore. Mechanical Engineering is possibly one of the broadest stream among all the engineering disciplines. It comprises a great deal of interdisciplinary work. Mechanical Engineers continuously develop new technologies and products with the use of principles of science and knowledge of materials, design and manufacturing. Creation of cars, airplanes, medical devices, robots and micro sensors require a substantial involvement of mechanical engineering. We started our journey in the year of 2003.At the commencement of under graduate programme in Mechanical Engineering, the intake capacity was 60 which is now increased to 120. The department also offers M. Tech in Machine Design. Our aim is to spread knowledge and technologies through quality teaching, research and its applications in mechanical and allied disciplines. The department has a team of well qualified and dedicated faculties. In addition to the primary teaching duties, all of them have their publications in international as well as national Journals of repute for attaining perfection in their profession.
The Department is actively associated in grooming the engineering graduates in Mechanical Engineering by nurturing them with inputs from various basic and specialized subjects including Production, Industrial, Thermal and Design Engineering. A wide selection of projects, seminars and training facilities besides technical visits to industrial enterprises and specialized lectures from industry specialists generates enormous potential and confidence among the students enabling them to independently handle the life size problems in their engineering careers.
The department is associated with professional bodies like SAE and QCFI. Various activities organized by these professional bodies provides a platform to students to gain knowledge and interact with students and faculties of other colleges/universities as well as Industry professionals. Students have taken part in various events and secured top positions in SAE competitions like Baja. Such events test the student’s technical skills, teamwork and leadership quality.
The department has well equipped laboratories to impart sound practical knowledge of the subject. The practical aspects of the curriculum are in no way less important than the theoretical knowledge for the proper understanding of the basic concepts. With this objective in mind a sound practical knowledge is imparted to the students. Some of the laboratories are Strength of Materials Lab, Material Science Lab, Kinematics/ Dynamics of Machines Lab, Heat & Mass Transfer Lab, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab, Internal Combustion Engines Lab, Energy Conversion Lab, Fluid Mechanics Lab, Fluid Machines Lab, CAD/CAM Lab, CNC Machines Lab, Metrology Lab etc.
Our department looks forward to contribute in solving the technological challenges of the society with active participation from all sections of the society. Thank you for visiting us.
There are a number of career opportunities available in the sector of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. These opportunities are exponentially increasing day by day.
Mechanical engineering graduates are sought by employers in almost all sectors of the engineering industry. These include:
|1||Dr. Vivek Mishra||01.02.2019||Associate Prof.|
|2||Mr. Mukesh K. Tiwari||01.05.2018||Associate Prof.|
|3||Mr. Mukesh Sharma||19.11.2012||Associate Prof.|
|4||Mr. Shantanu Roy||25.02.2014||Asst. Prof.|
|5||Mr. Naman Gandhi||01.02.2017||Asst. Prof.|
|6||Mr. Hemant Patidar||01.02.2017||Asst. Prof.|
|7||Mr. Akash Deep Gupta||07.05.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|8||Mr. Amit Kumar Chauhan||22.10.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|9||Mr. Suveer Chandra Dubey||02.01.2019||Asst. Prof.|
|10||Mr. Lokesh Aurangabadkar||02.01.2019||Asst. Prof.|
|11||Dr. Aditya P. Singh||04.06.2013||Associate Prof.|
|12||Mr. Rakesh Thakur||29.01.2015||Associate Prof.|
|13||Mr. Akhilesh Mishra||26.08.2011||Asst. Prof.|
|14||Mr . Yogesh Dodiya||18.02.2016||Asst. Prof.|
|15||Mr. Amit Yadav||10.03.2011||Asst. Prof.|
|16||Mr. Pritesh Paliwal||20.07.2011||Asst. Prof.|
|17||Mr.Sumit Kumar Shukla||06.08.2012||Asst. Prof.|
|18||Mr. Antim Rewapati||10.07.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|19||Mr. A. S. Kittur||02.02.2017||Associate Prof.|
|20||Ms. Meenakshi Das||10.12.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|21||Mr. Yogesh Panwar||18.12.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|22||Mr. Avichal Dubey||13.12.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|23||Mr. Akash Raikwar||12.12.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|24||Mr. Himanshu Gupta||04.12.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|25||Mr. Neeraj Saraswat||08.12.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|26||Mr. Kashish Kumar||05.12.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|27||Mr. Pradeep Kumar||08.12.2018||Asst. Prof.|
|28||Mr. Prashant Sharma||08.12.2018||Asst. Prof.|