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Duration

4 years

8 Semesters

13

Level

Undergraduate
Programme

about program

About Programme

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. overall, the field of Mechanical Engineering offers a wide range of job options to students, who are looking for a stable, stimulating and challenging career.
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Programme Overview

After 2/3 year of graduation, the students of Mechanical Engineering Department will have the ability to:

  1. Apply principles of Mathematics, Science and Mechanical Engineering to design Mechanical Systems and Applications in Industry.
  2. Apply knowledge of Mechanical Engineering to solve problems of social relevance with concern for environment.
  3. Work with professional ethics as individuals and as team members in multi-disciplinary projects demonstrating creativity and leadership.
  4. Pursue higher education and research in advanced technology.

Engineering graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions, using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. 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 and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. 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.
  5. Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. 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.
  7. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and Teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. 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 design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-Long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

B.E.  Degree in Mechanical Engineering

  1. Second year Pre-University or XII standard or equivalent examination recognized by the University (with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects, along with any one of the following subjects namely: Chemistry, Bio-Technology, Computer Science, Biology and Electronics)
  2. Admission to the 2nd year/ 3rd semester Bachelor Degree in Engineering/ Technology (Lateral Entry) shall be opened to the candidates, who are holders of a diploma or equivalent qualification as recognized by University
  • Mechanical Engineers have excellent career opportunities in various sectors such as Aerospace, Automotive, Manufacturing, Robotics, Industrial IoT, Biomedical, Chemical, Computers, Electronics, Fossil and Nuclear Power, Pharmaceuticals and Textiles.
  • In the field of Research & Development, Design, Testing and Evaluation, Manufacturing, Operation and Maintenance, Marketing, Sales and Administration.
  • In Public Sector Units like Railways, ONGC, Indian Oil, ISRO, SAIL, NTPC, DRDO and IAF.
  • Internships and projects in Public and Private Sector  Units like BEL, BEML, CPRI, TERI, Indian Oil, ISRO, IISc, Tata Motors, Bosch,
why bnmit

Why BNMIT for this course ?

1. Ultra model Center of Excellence which is recognized as a Pilot Center of Excellence by Toyota Kirloskar Motors Ltd. for training hands on with Toyota Engines
2. The Department provides an opportunity and industry exposure to the students convert their ideas and projects into Entrepreneurs /Startups
3. The Department strives for continuous improvement in Teaching-learning process. The Department has been accredited by NBA for academic year 2018-19 to 2020-21 and NAAC with A grade
4. Skill Development Programme is conducted by the department to complement student’s knowledge and skills in their core area, as per industry requirement to develop professional and futuristic skills
5. Mechanical Engineering Department comprises the state-of-art-laboratories, digital class room and seminar hall that are well equipped with most sophisticated instruments for better teaching learning process
6. Collaborated with many institutions of national importance, research organizations and foreign universities for faculty and student exchange programmes and internships.
7. Virtual lab established in department to enthuse students to conduct experiments by rousing their curiosity that would help them in learning basic and advanced concepts through remote experimentation
8. Scheme of providing monetary assistance to tune of 2.5 lakhs by New-Gen IEDC funded by GOI for student projects
9. Unique Innovative Project Lab (IPL) to nurture the budding engineers. Students are at liberty to conceptualize, design and implement solutions to societal problems with concerns for environment. Selected projects are converted into product prototypes under the guidance of ED cell.
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Programme Curriculum

1st Semester (Chemistry Group)

Course CodeCourse
18MAT11Calculus and Linear Algebra
18CHE12Engineering Chemistry
18CPS13C Programming for Problem Solving
18ELN14Basic Electronics
18ME15Elements of Mechanical Engineering
18CHEL16Engineering Chemistry Laboratory
18CPL17C Programming Laboratory
18EGH18Technical English-I

2nd Semester (Physics Group)

Course CodeCourse
18MAT21Advanced Calculus and Numerical Methods
18PHY22Engineering Physics
18ELE23Basic Electrical Engineering
18CIV24Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics
18EGDL25Engineering Graphics
18PHYL26Engineering Physics Laboratory
18ELEL27Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
18EGH28Technical English-II

3rd Semester

Course CodeCourse
17MAT31Transform Calculus, Fourier Series And Numerical Techniques
17ME32Material Science
17ME33Basic Thermodynamics
17ME34Mechanics of Materials
17ME35A/

17ME35B

Metal Casting and Welding /

Machine Tools and Operations

17ME36A/

17ME36B

Computer Aided Machine Drawing/

Mechanical Measurements and Metrology

17MEL37A/

17MEL37B

Material Testing lab/

Mechanical Measurements and Metrology lab

17MEL38A/

17MEL38B

Machine Shop /

Foundry and Forging lab

17KL/CPH39

/49

Kannada/Constitution of India,

Professional Ethics and Human

Rights

17MATDIP31Additional Mathematics – I (Lateral Entry Students)

4th Semester

Course CodeCourse
17MAT41Complex Analysis, Probability And Statistical Methods
17ME42Applied Thermodynamics
17ME43Fluid Mechanics
17SC44Kinematics of Machines
17ME45A/

17ME45B

Metal Casting and Welding /

Machine Tools and Operations

17ME46A/

17ME46B

 

 

Computer Aided Machine Drawing/

Mechanical Measurements and Metrology

17MEL47A/

17MEL47B

Material Testing lab/

Mechanical Measurements and Metrology lab

17MEL48A/

17MEL48B

Machine Shop /

Foundry and Forging lab

17KL/CPH39

/49

Kannada/Constitution of India,

Professional Ethics and Human

Rights

17MATDIP41Additional Mathematics – II (Lateral Entry Students)

5th Semester

Course CodeCourse
17ME51Management and Engineering Economics
17ME52Dynamics of Machinery
17ME53Turbo Machines
17ME54Design of Machine Elements – I
17ME55XProfessional Elective-I
17ME56XOpen Elective-I
17MEL57Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab
17MEL58Energy Lab

 

Professional Elective-IOpen Elective-I
17ME551Refrigeration and Air-conditioning17ME561Optimization Techniques
17ME552Theory of Elasticity17ME562Energy and Environment
17ME553Human Resource Management17ME563Automation and Robotics
17ME554Non Traditional Machining17ME564Project Management

6th Semester

Course CodeCourse
17ME61Finite Element Methods
17ME62Computer integrated Manufacturing
17ME63Heat Transfer
17ME64Design of Machine Elements -II
17ME65XProfessional Elective-II
17ME66XOpen Elective –II
17MEL67Heat Transfer Lab
17MEL68Computer Aided Modelling and

Analysis Lab

 

 

Internship

 

Professional Elective-IIOpen Elective-II
17ME651Computational Fluid Dynamics17ME661Energy Auditing
17ME652Mechanics of Composite Materials17ME662Industrial Safety
17ME653Metal Forming17ME663Maintenance Engineering
17ME654Tool Design17ME664Total Quality Management
17ME655Automobile Engineering

7th Semester

Course CodeCourse
17ME71Energy Engineering
17ME72Fluid Power Systems
17ME73Control Engineering
17ME74XProfessional Elective – III
17ME75XProfessional Elective-IV
17MEL76Design Lab
17MEP77Computer Integrated

Manufacturing Lab

17MEP78Project Work Phase – 1
Internship

 

Professional Elective-IIIProfessional Elective-IV
17ME741Design of Thermal Equipment’s17ME751Automotive Electronics
17ME742Tribology17ME752Fracture Mechanics
17ME743Financial Management17ME753Human Resource Management
17ME744Design for Manufacturing17ME754Mechatronics
17ME745Smart Materials & MEMS17ME755Advanced Vibrations

8th Semester

Course CodeCourse
17ME81Operations Research
17ME82Additive Manufacturing
17ME83XProfessional Elective – V
17ME84Internship/ Professional Practice
17ME85Project Phase II
17MES86Technical Seminar

 

Professional Elective-V
17ME831Cryogenics
17ME832Experimental Stress Analysis
17ME833Theory of Plasticity
17ME834Green Manufacturing
17ME835Product life cycle management

 

1st Semester (Chemistry Group)

Course CodeCourse
18MAT11Calculus and Linear Algebra
18CHE12Engineering Chemistry
18CPS13C Programming for Problem Solving
18ELN14Basic Electronics
18ME15Elements of Mechanical Engineering
18CHEL16Engineering Chemistry Laboratory
18CPL17C Programming Laboratory
18EGH18Technical English-I

2nd Semester (Physics Group)

Course CodeCourse
18MAT21Advanced Calculus and Numerical Methods
18PHY22Engineering Physics
18ELE23Basic Electrical Engineering
18CIV24Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics
18EGDL25Engineering Graphics
18PHYL26Engineering Physics Laboratory
18ELEL27Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
18EGH28Technical English-II

3rd Semester

Course CodeCourse
18MAT31Transform Calculus, Fourier Series And Numerical Techniques
18ME32Mechanics of Materials
18ME33Basic Thermodynamics
18ME34Material Science
18ME35A/

18ME35B

Metal cutting and forming/

Metal Casting and Welding

18ME36A/

18ME36B

Computer Aided Machine Drawing/

Mechanical Measurements and Metrology

18MEL37A/

18MEL37B

Material Testing lab/

Mechanical Measurements and Metrology lab

18MEL38A/

18MEL38B

Workshop and Machine Shop Practice (Consists of Fitting, and Machining)/

Foundry, Forging and Welding lab

18CPH39Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Human Rights
18MATDIP31Additional Mathematics – I (Lateral Entry Students)

4th Semester

Course CodeCourse
18MAT41Complex Analysis, Probability And Statistical Methods
18ME42Applied Thermodynamics
18ME43Fluid Mechanics
18SC44Kinematics of Machines
18ME45A/

18ME45B

Metal cutting and forming/

Metal Casting and Welding

18ME46A/

18ME46B

 

 

Computer Aided Machine Drawing/

Mechanical Measurements and Metrology

18MEL47A/

18MEL47B

Material Testing lab/

Mechanical Measurements and Metrology lab

18MEL48A/

18MEL48B

Workshop and Machine Shop Practice (Consists of Fitting, and Machining)/

Foundry, Forging and Welding lab

18KVK49Vyavaharika Kannada (Kannada for communication)/
18KAK49Aadalitha Kannada (Kannada for Administration)
18MATDIP41Additional Mathematics – II (Lateral Entry Students)

5th Semester

Course CodeCourse
18ME51Management and Economics
18ME52Design of Machine Elements I
18ME53Dynamics of Machines
18ME54Turbo Machines
18ME55Fluid Power Engineering
18ME56Operations Management
18MEL57Fluid Mechanics/Machines lab
18MEL58Energy Conversion Lab
18CIV59Environmental Studies

 

6th Semester

Course CodeCourse
18ME61Finite Element Methods
18ME62Design of Machine Elements II
18ME63Heat Transfer
18ME64XProfessional Elective -1
18ME65XOpen Elective –A
18MEL66Computer Aided Modelling and

Analysis Lab

18MEL67Heat Transfer Lab
18MEMP68Mini-project
 

 

Internship

 

Professional Elective -1
Course code under18XX64XCourse Title
18CS641Non-Traditional Machining
18CS642Refrigeration and Air conditioning
18CS643Theory of Elasticity
18CS644Vibrations and Noise Engineering
18ME645Composite Materials Technology
18ME646Entrepreneurship Development
Open Elective –(A Board and the Mechanical Department offering the Electives)
18ME651Non-Conventional Energy Source
18ME652World Class Manufacturing
18ME653Supply Chain Management
18ME654Advanced Materials Technology

7th Semester

Course CodeCourse
18ME71Control Engineering
18ME72Computer Aided Design and

Manufacturing

18ME73XProfessional Elective – 2
18ME74XProfessional Elective – 3
18ME75XOpen Elective –B
18MEL76Computer Integrated

Manufacturing Lab

18MEP77Design Lab
Project Work Phase – 1
Internship

 

Professional Elective – 2
Course code under 18ME73XCourse Title
18ME731Design for Manufacture
18ME732Automation and Robotics
18ME733Computational Fluid Dynamics
18ME734Total Quality Management
18ME735Operations Research
Professional Electives – 3
Course code under 18ME74XCourse Title
18ME741Additive Manufacturing
18ME742Emerging Sustainable Building Cooling

Technologies

18ME743Theory of Plasticity
18ME744Mechatronics
18ME745Project Management
Open Elective –B (Not for CSE / MEE Programs)
18ME751Energy and Environment
18ME752Automotive Engineering
18ME753Industrial Safety
18ME754Optimization Techniques

8th Semester

Course CodeCourse
18ME81Energy Engineering
18ME82XProfessional Elective – 4
18MEP83Project Work Phase – 2
18MES84Technical Seminar
18MEI85Internship

 

Professional Electives – 4
Course code under 18ME82XCourse Title
18ME821CNC Machine Tools
18ME822Tribology
18ME823Non-Destructive Testing and Evaluation
18ME824Automobile Engineering
18ME825Tool Design
18ME826Fracture Mechanics
HOW TO APPLY

How To Apply ?

Route1: KCET (KEA)

  • KCET- Counseling.
  • Register for Counseling.
  • Documents for Verification.
  • Final Seat Selection.

Route 2: COMED-K

  • COMED-K UGET- Counseling.
  • Register for Counseling.
  • Documents for Verification.
  • Final Seat Selection.

Route 3: Management
Students can avail admission through management quota by filling application available on our website by clicking admission module. The institute does not encourage admissions through any agents or anybody other than college office and also has not entrusted any person or agency or support agency for making admission to the college. BNMIT will not be held responsible for any such kind of malicious claim of any person, agency or any supporting agents. Students and parents are clearly instructed not to approach any outsider and the college will not be responsible for it.