Mechanical Engineering

About the Course

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest and broadest among engineering disciplines. The application base of Mechanical engineering field of study is diverse and its scope is continuously expanding beyond the traditional boundaries. Mechanical engineering applies the principles of physics, materials science and mathematics to the design, development, research, evaluation, manufacture, installation, testing, operation, maintenance and management of mechanical systems. Mechanical engineers use these core principles along with tools like computer-aided engineering and product life-cycle management to design, analyze and develop manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices, and others.

Mechanical engineers are employed in automotive, aerospace, chemical, computer, electronic, industrial machinery, manufacturing, mining, oceanographic, petroleum, pharmaceutical, power, printing, publishing, and textile industries. They use engineering principles to provide efficient solutions for the development of processes and products, ranging from small component designs to extremely large plants, machinery or vehicles.

Mechanical engineers are focusing their attention towards new areas of research such as nanotechnology, development of composite materials, biomedical applications, environmental conservation, etc. To summarize, the field of Mechanical engineering offers a wide bouquet of job options to students, who are looking for a stable, stimulating and challenging career.


About the Department

The Mechanical engineering branch was started in the academic year 2011-2012. All the laboratories have been established with full fledged facilities.  The department has a team of well qualified staff members, with a blend of industrial and academic experience. Faculty members with Master’s and Doctorate degrees, having specialization in machine design, thermal engineering, product design and maintenance engineering involved in academic and research activities.

The department is committed to provide the students, technical expertise in theoretical, computational and practical methods, to analyse, solve and meet challenges in Mechanical engineering field. Towards achieving this goal, the department is fully equipped with the required facilities for effective delivery of lectures, full fledged computational and laboratory facilities. A committed team of well qualified teaching and well trained supporting staff are involved in the delivery of theory and laboratory classes.

Apart from class room teaching, students are encouraged to carry out simple projects, to get hands on training on what they learn in theory subjects. Industrial visits and guest lectures by experts of repute from industries/academia are arranged on regular basis, to enhance learning and expose the students to latest happenings in the field of Mechanical engineering.

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Course Offered

B.E.  Degree in Mechanical Engineering (Sanctioned intake : 60)

In support of the institution’s mission, the department of Mechanical engineering is committed to impart quality technical education in the field of Mechanical engineering.

About Head of the Department

The department is headed by Dr Mukesh Patil. He has a teaching experience of 16 years in the field of Mechanical engineering. He obtained his B.E. degree from Mysore University. He is a Gold medalist in M.Tech from VTU, Belagavi. He obtained his Ph.D. from VTU, Belagavi in thermal engineering under the guidance of Dr.K.N.Seetharamu/ Dr.Pradeep G. Hegde. He is actively involved in research activities in the field of thermal engineering. He has published 04 research papers in international journals and has presented papers in 02 international conferences. His areas of interest include thermodynamics, heat transfer, porous materials, fluidics and energy engineering.


Staff Details
  • Teaching staff: 17 (Professors: 3; Emeritus Professor: 1; Associate Professors: 2; Assistant Professors: 11)
  • Faculty with Ph.D.: 5
  • Faculty pursuing Ph.D.: 11
  • Average experience faculty members: 14.5 years
  • Faculty with industry experience: 2
  • Technical & supporting staff: 13
Staff Achievements 

1. Mukesh Patil recipient of VTU Gold Medal for securing first rank in M.Tech.

2. D. Shivalingappa has joint Indian patent with IIT Roorkee Patent No: 261746.

3. B.S. Anil Kumar awarded with doctoral degree in January 2018.

4. Raghavendra N. awarded with doctoral degree in March 2019.

5. Saravanan V. awarded with doctoral degree in April 2019.

6. Dr. Saravanan V. has deputed for Post Doctoral Fellowship (PDF) at IIT Kharagpur.


Research Activity

The department has an R & D center recognized by VTU. It is empowered by 3 research guides with rich academic experience.

Some of the areas where research has been carried out by the faculties are Heat Transfer, Material science, Metal Matrix Composites and Polymer composites, Tribology.

  • Research Area available for Ph.D program
Sl.No Guide Designation University Research Area of Expertise
1 Dr. Mukesh Patil Professor and Head VTU Thermal Engineering
2 Dr. B. S. Anilkumar Professor VTU Computational fluid Dynamics (CFD)
3 Dr. D. Shivalingappa Professor IIT Roorkee Materials Engineering, Tribology, Mechanical Vibrations.


Staff Publication List

International Journal/Conferences

1. Saravanan.V, C.K. Umesh, Numerical investigation of thermo hydraulic performance of pin fin heat sink and micro channel pin fin heat sink, Sadhana, Indian Academy of Science, vol. 43, issue 7, ISSN:0256-2499, July 2018.

2. Dr. B. S. Anil kumar Computational investigation of flow separation over NACA 23024 airfoil at 6 million free stream Reynolds number using K-Epsilon turbulence model in Materials Today: Proceeding 5 (2018) 12632-12640

3. Kumaraswamy H. S, Bharat V, T. Krishna Rao, “Influence of Mechanical & Tribological Behaviour of Al 2024 MMC fabricated by stir casting technique- A Review”, Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (2018), Volume/Issue 5/ pp. 11962-11970

4. A study of bio-active coating of Al2O3, egg and sea shell powder on PVC, teflon, and polyurethane Venkatesh.N, Hanumantharaju, aravind, Harish, Materials Today:Proceedings 5 (2018),Vol./Issue5 pp. 13358-13365

5. Madhu P “Non-Linear Analysis of Rubber boot in passenger Car” Second International Conference on Recent Research Emerging Trends in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (ICRRERMCE-2018) held on 13th& 14th July 2018.

6. Kumaraswamy H. S, Bharat V, T. Krishna Rao “Effect of Stirring Parameters on Micro-structure of Aluminum Hybrid Metal Matrix Composites” IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 376 (2018) 012096 doi:10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012096

7. Kumaraswamy H. S, Arun joshi, Anilkumar,“A comparative study of mechanical properties of as cast and heat-treated Al-6063-MWCNT composite fabricated by stir casting process” IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 376 (2018) 012075 doi:10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012075

8. Sandeep K “Fabrication and Experimentation of Aqua Silencer”, International Journal of Technical Innovation in Modern Engineering & Science (IJTIMES)Volume 4,Issue 7, July-2018e-ISSN: 2455-2585

9. Sandeep K “Experimental studies on nano particle blended biodiesel combustion on performance and emission of CI engine”, IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 376 (2018) 012019

10. Impact of Ball burnishing process parameters on surface Integrity of an Aluminium 2024 Alloy, Harish*, D. Shivalingappa1, Vishnu.P, Sampath kumaran. IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 376 (2018) 012019

11. V.Srivastav, P.Badami, Mukesh Patil, K.N. Seetharamu, “Natural Convection with Heat Generation in Vertical Porous Annulus with Axial and Radial Magnetic Field”, International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 501-514,

12. S.Dev, V.Srivastav, P.Badami, Mukesh Patil, “Heat and Mass Transfer in an Annular Vertical Porous Cylinder Considering Thermal Equilibrium with Internal Heat Generation”, International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, Vol. 5, No. 6, pp. 1042-1061,

13. Pradeep G. Hegde, Mukesh Patil, K.N. Seetharamu, “Numerical Prediction of Thermal Performance of Water-Cooled Multi-Stack Microchannel Heat Sink with Counterflow Arrangement”, Journal of Microelectronics and Electronic Packaging, Job.59949; Vol. 6, No.1, Art. 0276, 2011.

14. Mukesh Patil, Pradeep G. Hegde, K.N. Seetharamu, “Effects of Radiation and Cold Wall Temperature Boundary conditions in a Vertical Annular Porous Medium”, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 177-189, 2013.

15. Mukesh Patil, Babu Reddy, Pradeep G. Hegde, T.R. Seetharam, K.N. Seetharamu, “Convection and Radiation in a Vertical Cylinder Embedded with Porous Medium”, Proc. of 37th National and 4th International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power (FMFP), 16th -18th December 2010, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, Chennai, India.

16. Mukesh Patil, Pradeep G. Hegde, T.R. Seetharam, K.N. Seetharamu, “Effects of Aspect Ratio on natural Convection in a Vertical Annulus Embedded with Porous Medium”, Proc of 2nd International Conference on Computational Methods for Thermal Problems (Thermacomp 2011), 5th to 7th September 2011, Dalian Technological University, Dalian, China.

17. G. Majunath, D. Shivalingappa, R. Kishore Kumar, D.E. Umesha, “Effect of Mg2Si along with bismuth on the microstructure and mechanical properties of Mg-Al/ Mg2Si composite”, Int. Journal of ChemTech Research, ISSN: 0974-4290, Vol. 10, No. 14 (2017), Pp. 88-92.

18. Kumaraswamy H S,VeereshBhusnur, “Importance of Simulation in Manufacturing” International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology, ISSN No: – 2456 – 2165, Volume 2, Issue 4, April– 2017

19. Madhu P Characterization of Al-CNT MMC in “International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Sciences ICAMS-2017″ held during 3-5, March 2017 at Malnad College of Engineering, Hassan.

20. Mahendra Kumar C “Characterization of Al-MWCNT MMC” at ICAMS 2017 at MCE Hassan, Impact Factor 2.805

21. Saravanan.V, C.K. Umesh,DoddamaniHithaish, K.N.Seetharamu,Numerical investigation of pressure drop and heat transfer in pin fin heat sink and micro channel Pin Fin Heat Sink,

22. International Journal of Heat and Technology,, pp.267-276, ISSN: 0392-8764, March 2018.3.Saravanan.V, C.K. Umesh, Experimental investigation for flow and heat transfer over pin fin heat exchanger, IJESRT, volume.6(12), pp. 511-518, ISSN: 2277-9655, 2017.

23. Saravanan.V,C.K. Umesh, Effect of porous medium on Thermo-Hydraulic performance of micro channel heat sink, International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp. 599-612, ISSN 0973-6085, 2017.

24. Raghavendra N, V. S. Ramamurthy, Development and dry sliding wear map for Al 7075/Al2O3 Particulate Composites, IconAMMA-2017, Accepted for Publication in ELSEVIER – Materials Today. (Scopus indexed journal)

25. Raghavendra N, V.S. Ramamurthy,“Investigations of Microstructures and Tribological Behavior of AA7075/Al2O3 Particulate Composite as a Function of Volume Fraction by Applying Artificial Neural Network”, Fronteiras: Journal of Social, Technological and Environmental Science, V6, n2, may –august 2017, p 362- 367. (Scopus indexed journal) DOI • ISSN 2238-8869 372

26. Dr. B. S. AnilKumarParticipated and presented a paper in the technical session on 11th March 2017 entitled “Computational investigation of flow separation over NACA 23024 airfoil at 6 million free stream Reynolds number using K-Epsilon turbulence model” in the international conference on materials, manufacturing and modeling held during March 9th – 11th, 2017 at VIT University, Vellore

27. Raghavendra N, V.S. Ramamurthy, “Wear Studies on Al 7075/Al2O3 Particulate MMC by Artificial Neural Network ”, Fronteiras: Journal of Social, Technological and Environmental Science, V6, n2, may –august 2017, p 372- 382.( Scopus indexed journal)DOI • ISSN 2238-8869 362

28. Raghavendra.N, V.S.Ramamurthy, “Development and Tribological Characterization of Dual Particle and Triple Particle Reinforced Al-7075/ Al2O3 Metal Matrix Composite”, International Journal of Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering (IJMECH) Vol.6, No.2, Page 11-22, May 2017, DOI: 10.14810/ijmech.2017.620

29. “VeereshBhusnur Importance of Simulation in Manufacturing, International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology Volume 2; issue 4th April 2017 ISSN No.: 2456-2156.

30. VeereshBhusnur Productivity Improvement of High-End CNC Machines by DMAIC Methodology, International Journal of Engineering Research and Advance Technologies, (IJERAT) Volume 3, Issue 2, February 2017.

31. Vishnu P, Manjunath A R, H S Kumaraswamy “Finite Element Analysis and Cost-Effective Design for Roll Over Protection Structure (ROPS) of Soil Compactor, International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IJERMCE) Vol 2, Issue 4, April 2017, ISSN (Online) 2456-1290

32. Raghavendra N, V.S. Ramamurthy, “Development And Tribological Properties Of Particulate MMC Developed By Stir Casting Process”, IJRET: International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology eISSN: 2319-1163 | pISSN: 2321-7308 ,Volume: 05 Special Issue: 13 | ICRAES-2016, Sep-2016, Available @

33. Rajshekhar B A and Dr. H V Ramakrishna. “Cracking propagation & fatigue weld strength analysis using Finite element Analysis.” International Journal Engineering Research & Technology”, Volume.5, Issue 04, No. 3, April-2016.

34. Rajshekhar B A and Dr. H V Ramakrishna. “Thermo-mechanical analysis of effect of weld preparation on residual stress formation using Finite element Analysis. IJIMINDS Journal, Volume-03, Issue-03, March-2016.

35. Raghavendra N, V.S. Ramamurthy, “Tribological Characterization of Particulate MMC Developed by Stir Casting Process, International Journal of Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering (IJMECH) Vol.5, No.4, Page 35-44, November 2016, DOI: 10.14810/ijmech.2016.5403

36. Saravanan.V, C.K. Umesh,DoddamaniHithaish “Numerical Investigation Of Flow And Heat Transfer In Micro Channel Heat Sink SubjectedTo Varying Heat Spot” International Journal Of Research In Engineering And Technology, ISSN: 2321-8843, Volume: 05 Special Issue: 21,Nov 2016.6.T.R.

37. D.E. Umesha, D. Shivalingappa, R. Kishore Kumar, BintoTomy, D. Ramesh Rao, “Influence of bismuth on the microstructure, hardness and dry sliding wear behavior of magnesium silicide reinforced magnesium alloy composite” NANOSYSTEMS: PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, MATHEMATICS, Vol. 7 (4), (2016) Pp. 618 – 620.

38. M. Sabari, D. Shivalingappa, Channankaiah, “CFD Simulation of Fin-and-Tube Heat Exchanger with Louvered Fin Configuration”, Int. Journal of Vehicle Structures & Systems, Vol. 8 (5), (2016) Pp. 219 – 223.

39. B. S. Anil Kumar Computational Investigation of flow separation over NACA 23024 airfoil at 6 million free stream Reynolds number in International Journal of Science Technology and Society. Vol. 3, No. 6, 2015, pp. 315-321. ISSN: 2330-7412 (Print); ISSN: 2330-7420 (Online), January 2016

40. A. RamanirajDr. D. Shivalingappa, Dr.Channankaiah,“A real time study on Noise and Vibration in Mahindra 575 DI and Massey Ferguson 1035 DI Tractors” has been accepted for publication in Int. Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Print ISSN: 0973-4562 Online ISSN: 1087-1090, Special Issue Vol. 10, No. 9 (2015) Pp. 9340 – 9342.

41. Dr. D. Shivalingappa, M. Richard Wilson Martin, Channankaiah and HaleshKoti, “Effect of Temperature and Reinforcement Volume Fraction on Impact Energy of Hybrid Polypropylene Matrix Composites”, Int. Journal of ChemTech Research, ISSN: 0974-4290, Vol. 8, No. 4 (2015), Pp. 1965-1971.

National Journal/Conferences
1. R. Raghunath Reddy, D. Shivalingappa and M. Shakthi Velu, “Dry Sliding Wear behaviour of Aluminum Silicon Alloys”, National Conference on Invovations in Engineering and Technology, held at Gnanamani College of Technology, Namakkal, India, February 3, 2012, P. 141.

2. R. Raghunath Reddy, D. ShivalingappaandM.ShakthiVelu, “Mechanical properties of Aluminum Silicon Alloys”, National Conference on Technological Advancements in Mechanical Engineering, held at Selvam College of Technology, Namakkal, India, February 9-10, 2012, P. 57.

3. A. Balachandrakala and D. Shivalingappa, “Optimization Techniques in Structural design of a Transport Air Craft”, National Conference on Technological Advancements in Mechanical Engineering, held at Selvam College of Technology, Namakkal, India on February 9-10, 2012, P. 85.

4. B S Anil kumar participated and presented a paper entitled “Computational Investigation of Flow Separation Over NACA 23024 Airfoil at 3 million Free Stream Reynolds Number Using SpalartAllmaras Turbulence Model” in the 61st Congress of ISTAM organized by the Department of Mathematics, School of Advanced Sciences, VIT University, Vellore during 11th to 14thDecember, 2016.

5. B S Anil kumar participated and presented a paper entitled “Optimization and Analysis of NACA 4412 using Gurney flap” in IRCCSME on 28th June 2015 at Bangalore which will be organized by IRAJ Research Forum and in association with Institute of Research and journals for presentation at the Conference.

6. B S Anil kumar participated and presented a paper entitled “Computational Investigation of Flow Separation in Incompressible Aerodynamics Regime” in the 59th Congress of ISTAM-2014 held during December 17-20, 2014 at Alliance College of Engineering and Design Alliance University

Workshops/FDPs conducted

1. Faculty Development Program on Research Avenues in Thermal, Design and Manufacturing Engineering between 11-16 July 2016.
2. Faculty Development Program on Recent Advancements in Mechanical Engineering between 16-21 January 2017.
3. Faculty Development Program on Emerging Research Areas and Trends in Mechanical Engineering between 31st July to 5th Aug 2017.
4. Faculty Development Program on Research Issues and Challenges in Mechanical Engineering between 16-20 July 2018.

» Faculty Development Program Photos

Professional Societies / Chapters

Department Association BAME (BNMIT Association of Mechanical Engineers) :

BNM Association of Mechanical Engineers (BAME) was formed in the year 2016 to support student involvement and engagement in co-curricular activities. BAME provides opportunities for development of leadership quality for students by inculcating event management skills, ability to work in teams and excel in over all personality development.
Major Events/ Activities carried out under BAME:

1. CNC Workshop’ was conducted by Glisten Education, Jayanagara, Bengaluru

2. Presentation was given on “Aggression Detection” was presented by 7th semester students Srikara B.S. & Aishwarya Kiran.

3. Presentation was given on “Inception of Automobiles & New Inventions” by 3rd semester students Achutha & Vishak.

4. Design Aptitude Test & Concept Sketching was conducted by CADD Centre, Bengaluru

5. Seminar was conducted by Veda Technologies, Bengaluru on Digital Design & Prototyping Market Trends and Challenges

6. An inspirational video lecture on “How to Crack GATE” was arranged.

7. CAD/CAM/CAE software training was conducted by SDS Pvt. Ltd., Bengaluru.

IEI-BNMIT Students’ Chapter:

IEI Students’ Chapter under Mechanical Division was inaugurated on 22nd February 2017. The program was inaugurated by Chief Guest Er. Jasmail Singh, Honorary Secretary, IEI, Karnataka State Centre. Dr. Enti Ranga Reddy, Council Member, IEI, Mechanical Engineering Division Karnataka State Centre was the guest of honour. Sri. Narayan Rao R. Manaay, Secretary, BNMEI presided the event. Prof. T. J Ramamurthy, Director, BNMIT. Dr. Krishnamurthy G.N, Principal, BNMIT, graced the occasion.

The Students’ Chapter will extend a support for the development of socio-techno intellectual qualities of its members as well as encourage to enhance their urge for knowledge in a disciplined and guided system. The department has executed many activities for the students through IEI BNMIT Students’ Chapter. A very good response was received from the students for all the activities conducted

» IEI Students’ Chapter Inauguration and Event Report

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

1. Department has signed MoU with Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Renewable Energy and Development (MGIRED) for sustained activities in the area of renewable energy.
2. Department has signed MoU with Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd. for establishing state of the art ‘BNMIT-Toyota Centre of Excellence’. The purpose of this MoU is to train students hands-on in the automotive domain using the engine and transmission systems of Toyota Innova.
3. In addition to this, Toyota Kirloskar Motors Pvt. Ltd. has also donated Toyota Fortuner Frame and Engine Transmission Assembly along with breaking (ABS), suspension, Automatic drive system and steering mechanism as a second edition to the existing centre of excellence. this added 4-WD mechanism shall enhance the value and content of the centre
4. Department has signed MoU with Fenfe Metallurgicals for research activities and student enrichment in the area of Metallurgy and Foundry of non ferrous metals.

Student Achievements

The ME department fraternity not only insists and encourages the students to perform well in academics but also in technical, sports and cultural events. The students of ME have been instrumental in performing well beyond academics

Technical Achievements  (Click here)


VTU Ranks and Medals

Rahul Raj N.
 B.E. Mechanical Engineering
Tenth Rank

Harshith R (1BG14ME019)

Department: B.E. Mechanical Engineering

Award: Jain University Gold medal for securing highest marks in B.E. Mechanical Engineering

Kulkarni Sameer Vijaykumar (1BG14ME023)

Department: B.E. Mechanical Engineering

Award: “Shri Gopal Jinagouda Gold Medal” for having secured highest marks in the subject Material Science and Metallurgy at second year level in B.E. Mechanical Engineering

Innovative Teaching Methods

The use of innovative methods in educational institutions has the potential to improve education and also to empower people, strengthen governance and galvanize the effort to achieve the human development goal for the country.

The Department of ME follows Innovative teaching methods that involve using creative methods and teaching-learning materials for the benefit of students. A variety of modern tools are used to ensure that each student is fully engaged in learning and is interactive in classrooms.

The innovative initiations in the department (Click here)


NewGen Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (IEDC)

The NewGen Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (NewGen IEDC) is being promoted in educational institutions to develop institutional mechanism to create entrepreneurial culture in S&T academic institutions and to foster techno-entrepreneurship for generation of wealth and employment by S&T persons. The NewGen IEDCs are established in academic institutions (science colleges, engineering colleges, universities, management institutes) having requisite expertise and infrastructure.

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BNMIT-Toyota Centre of Excellence

B.N.M. Institute of Technology has associated with Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd. to develop centre of excellence. B.N.M. Institute of Technology first Engineering college to setup ‘BNMIT-Toyota centre of Excellence in India under corporate social responsibility (CSR). Here the students are trained in assembling and dismantling the parts of Toyota Innova four stroke diesel engine along with transmission system. Students are also exposed to gain the practical knowledge about the working principle of engine, gear engagement and transmission system through the cut section assembly of four stroke engine with transmission system. The centre of excellence is also having the working cut section of Toyota fortuner 4WD automatic engine and transmission with fully loaded chassis.  The BNMIT-Toyota center of excellence provides opportunities for students to understand the needs of industry by analyzing the design and manufacturing methods of engine components.

Major equipments / components in the BNMIT-Toyota Centre of Excellence

  • Four stroke diesel engines with gear box and transmission system (for assembling and dismantling)
  • Cut section of four stroke diesel engine (INNOVA) with gear box and transmission system along with the differential. (for demonstration)
  • Cut section of four stroke diesel engine (FORTUNER 4WD) with gear box and automatic transmission system, complete chassis, suspension, braking system along with the differential. (for demonstration)


  • The BNMIT-Toyota center of excellence provides opportunities for students to understand the needs of industry by analyzing the design and manufacturing methods of engine components

» BNMIT-Toyota Centre of Excellence Gallery (Click here)


Department News Letter 

The department of Mechanical Engineering publishes a biannual newsletter “Yaantrika”. The newsletter provides a platform for the students to showcase their technical and communication skills. The newsletter is designed by students and includes articles written by them. It also publishes student and faculty achievements, sport events, cultural events, paper presentations, workshops and conference details.

» Yaantrika Vol-1 Issue 1

» Yaantrika Vol-1 Issue 2

» Yaantrika Vol-2 Issue 1 

» Yaantrika Vol-2 Issue 2

» Yaantrika Vol-3 Issue 1 

» Yaantrika Vol-3 Issue 2

» Yaantrika Vol-4 Issue 1

» Yaantrika Vol-4 Issue 2

» Industrial Visit Report 



Last three years final year students results.





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