B.E. Mechanical Engineering, KPR Institute Engineering and Technology, Autonomous Engineering Institution, Coimbatore, India

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Why Should I Study Mechanical Engineering?

Mechanical engineering skills are transferable, meaning they will be useful across a variety of industries and help you to become more employable. A degree in mechanical engineering will give you a range of skills including:

  • problem solving - engineering is about finding better, more efficient ways of doing things
  • teamwork - working in teams means you can share expertise and develop faster and more robust solutions
  • advanced technical skills - specialising in mechanical engineering means you will build a strong knowledge of mechanical engineering theory, and how to put it into practice in real world
  • academic writing - you will be able to present your findings and ideas in a compelling way in written reports
  • decision making - mechanical engineers will always be willing to take risks and to have confidence in their decisions even under pressure.

Mechanical engineering is a broad field, which has more impact on people’s daily lives than you may realise, from manufacturing the clothes they wear, to building the apps on their phones. You will study a range of interesting subjects during the course of your degree programme. This may include:

  • computer applications - computer technology continues to evolve at an incredible pace, stretching its impact into almost every part of life
  • mathematics and physics - having a good grounding in pure mathematics and physics is vital, as they are the basis of all engineering
  • electricity - study the science behind electricity and how it can further change the world
  • design and manufacture - learn how to draw designs digitally and how manufacturing processes work
  • robotics and artificial intelligence - study the mechanics of robotics and the influence that this relatively new technology is having across a number of industries.

What will I Learn?

Although engineering is a science, it can also require a high level of creativity. As a mechanical engineer, you will learn how not to rely on the way things have been done before, and to think independently so that you can create new solutions to problems. The first wheel, the compass, the aeroplane: all these were engineering solutions which advanced human progress. A degree in engineering gives you the tools to make a difference.

Students build upon their knowledge of science and maths gained in school to learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, product design and manufacturing processes. Courses on communication, business and other social-sciences along with the technical subjects are designed to groom students with well-rounded perspectives, as well as the ability and flexibility to work in a variety of settings. Practical learning is integrated into the curriculum.

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The magnificence of Mechanical Engineering lies in its ubiquity!

Overview

Vision

To be a source of providing globally competent mechanical engineers and responsible citizens capable of meeting the changing needs and challenges of the society through its commitment in offering value-based education.

Mission

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is committed,

  • To impart quality education through best teaching practices that will prepare responsible graduates capable of getting a successful career in mechanical engineering and/or related fields.
  • To produce mechanical engineering professionals with sufficient intellectuality, good behavioral attitude, ethical values and leadership qualities.
  • To disseminate technical and/or research knowledge through special lectures, workshops, conferences, publications and specific skill educational programme.

B.E. Mechanical Engineering

Duration: 4 years (Regular) / 3 Years (Lateral Entry)

No. of Semesters: 8 (Regular) / 6(Lateral Entry)

Intake / No. of Seats: 120



Career Opportunities

Depending on your interests and career ambitions, you can choose from a range of engineering sectors, including:

  • aerospace - help to design the next generation of planes, rockets and satellites
  • automotive - work on everything from Formula 1 cars to buses, from their wheels to how they are fuelled
  • biomedical - improve lives by designing high-tech medical equipment including artificial limbs and pacemakers
  • energy - find greener, more efficient alternatives to power industry and homes
  • manufacturing - streamline machines and equipment to create the most efficient manufacturing processes possible



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Department Information

Know more about Department of Mechanical Engineering at KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology

17.09.2021
Propel Industries Pvt Ltd

Valid upto 17.09.2022

07.07.2021
Roots
11.01.2021
Sri krishna Techno components

Valid upto 10.01.2026

21.12.2020
Bosch

Valid upto 12.21.2025

14.12.2019
Siemens

Valid upto 13.12.2022

  Name Affiliation Email
Dr. V. S. Saravanan Junior Vice President, INDOSHELL CAST PRIVATE LIMITED, Coimbatore saravanan.vs@kpriet.ac.in
Mr. S. Pradeep Quantity Surveyor - ADNOC LNG, Abu Dhabi pradeep.s@kpriet.ac.in
Dr
Dr Ramesh Babu S
Professor & Head
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Dr.
Dr. K. Ravi Kumar
Professor
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Dr.Thamaraikannan
Dr.Thamaraikannan B
Associate Professor
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Dr.
Dr. L. Rajeshkumar
Associate Professor
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Dr.
Dr. Ravishankar S
Associate Professor
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Dr.
Dr. Arulmurugan B
Associate Professor
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Dr.
Dr. M. Kumar
Associate Professor
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Dr.L.Prabhu
Dr.L.Prabhu
Assistant Professor (Sl .G.)
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Dr.S.Sathish
Dr.S.Sathish
Assistant Professor (Sl .G.)
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Balaji
Balaji Devarajan
Assistant Professor (Sl .G.)
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Dr.
Dr. P. Manoj Kumar
Associate Professor
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Dr
Dr Makeshkumar M
Associate Professor
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Dr.
Dr. Sayahnya Roy
Assistant Professor (Sl .G.)
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Arivazhagan
Arivazhagan S
Assistant Professor (Sl .G.)
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Dr.S.Dharani
Dr.S.Dharani Kumar
Assistant Professor (Sl .G.)
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Dr.
Dr. R. Senthil Kumar
Assistant Professor (Sl .G.)
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R.
R. Anandkumar
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Dr.
Dr. V. Bhuvaneswari
Assistant Professor (Sl .G.)
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Boobalakrishnan
Boobalakrishnan P
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Udhayakumar
Udhayakumar N
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Kannan
Kannan T
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Mr.
Mr. Vasanthaseelan. S
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Mr.Saravanan
Mr.Saravanan B K
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Dr
Dr Sumesh K R
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Vigneshkumar
Vigneshkumar N
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Deepan
Deepan S
Assistant Professor
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Sureshkumar
Sureshkumar P
Assistant Professor
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Dr.
Dr. S. Gokulkumar
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Dinesh
Dinesh S N
Assistant Professor
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Dr.
Dr. N.Karthi
Assistant Professor (Sl .G.)
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Joel
Joel Ebenezer Inbaraj
Assistant Professor (Sr. G.)
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Mohankumar
Mohankumar D
Assistant Professor
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P.
P. Arunkumar
Assistant Professor
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Mr.
Mr. R.Vignesh
Assistant Professor
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Name of the Event Date Link
Solar Technology - Challenges and Opportunities30.10.2021Read More
Tool & Die Design28.08.2021Read More
Igniting Young Engineers Mind28.08.2021Read More
Fundamentals of Design01.09.2021Read More
SAE Webinar on BS 6-Overview and Challenges18.08.2021Read More
Applications in Non-Destructive testing and Evaluation31.07.2021Read More
Introduction to CFD and its Industrial Applications10.07.2021Read More
Introduction to Computational Mechanics13.02.2021Read More
Assemble and disassemble of 3D printer12.02.2021Read More
Current Trends in Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing09.02.2021Read More
Advancement in Casting Technology Event Report03.02.2021Read More
Requirements of Industry from Engineers19.01.2021Read More
Tips to Crack GATE 202107.01.2021Read More
Webinar on Role of Additive Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering18.12.2020Read More
Webinar on How to Crack IBPS17.12.2020Read More
Drawing Competition20.11.2020Read More
Webinar on Importance of Iron - Iron Carbide Face Diagram19.11.2020Read More
Webinar on Programming Skill Requirements for Mechanical Engineers07.11.2020Read More
Expert Lecture on Post Weld Coating Techniques for Fire Resistance Application06.11.2020Read More
Webinar on Introduction to CFD Analysis with Practical Examples20.10.2020Read More
Hands-on Training on Assembly Language Programming with Microprocessor14.10.2020 to 15.1.2020Read More
Webinar on Green Sandwich Composites for Automobile Applications14.10.2020Read More
Hands on training on manufacturing of composites10.10.2020Read More
Webinar on AI based Waste Heat Recovery System Application in Textile Industry19.09.2020Read More
Webinar on Capital Market Awareness and Money Management12.09.2020Read More
Webinar on Introduction to Fire & Industrial Safety27.08.2020Read More
Webinar on AI and ML for mechanical Engineers23.08.2020Read More
CAD Design Contest23.07.2020Read More
Webinar on THERMAL SPRAY COATINGS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE21.07.2020Read More
Webinar on Welding of nickle based super alloys and it's scopes20.07.2020Read More
Webinar on Career opportunities in Welding06.07.2020Read More
Webinar on “Basics of Psychrometrics” 27.05.2020 Read More
Webinar on “Digital Installation Program of ISHRAE Students Chapter” 27.05.2020 Read More
MTMX Series 1 - Webinar 15.05.2020 Read More
Webinar on Cost Saving Measures in Thermal Cutting & Welding 29.04.2020 Read More
Expert Lecture - Emotional Intelligence 10.08.2019 Read More
TVS Harita Design and Skills 17.08.2019 Read More
Alumni Interaction - 4th Dimension 31.08.2019 Read More
Top Up Lecture On TQM-PPAC 06.09.2019 Read More
Roots Faculty Development Program 12.11.2019 Read More
Expert Lecture on Engineering Economics 17.12.2019 Read More
“Non- Destructive Testing” 02.01.2020 - 03.01.2020 Read More
Entrepreneurship and Patenting Opportunities 25.01.2020 Read More
Non Destructive Testing Levels and Job Opportunity 27.01.2020 Read More
Student-Alumni Interaction-4th Dimension II 03.08.2019 Read More
Industrial Robotics, Industry 4.0 &Automation 03.08.2019 Read More
ISHRAE Student Chapter Installation 02.08.2019 Read More
Entrepreneur Talk 01.08.2019 Read More

Research

Mechanical Engineering department is a recognized research Center by Anna University Chennai for doing Ph.D.

Name of the Scholar Name of the Supervisor Research Area
Mr. Amrit Kumar Thakur Dr. S. Ravishankar Renewable Energy
Mr. Pitchaiah S Dr. S. Ravishankar Renewable Energy
Mr. M. Aravindh Dr. S. Sathish Composites
Sl. No.Name of the SupervisorID
1Dr. S. Ramesh Babu2520073
2Dr. K. Ravikumar2220374
3Dr. K. Ravikumar2220374
4Dr. B. Arulmurugan3420036
5Dr. L. Rajeshkumar3520015
6Dr. S. Ravishankar3020012
7Dr. M. Kumar3320049
8Dr. S. Sathish3520016

CENTRE FOR MACHINING AND MATERIALS TESTING (CMMT)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is recognized as a Research Centre by Anna University, Chennai, for carrying out research work at Masters and Doctorate level.

Many students, at UG, PG and PhD level, use these facilities to do their final year and pre-final year project work.

The following facilities are available at CMMT lab of our department for consultancy projects. A nominal price has been fixed for the utilization of these facilities for carrying out research projects.


Objectives

  • To facilitate quality research for students, academicians and researchers in the areas of Materials and Machining.
  • Hands on training in preparing composite materials.
  • To support research projects by providing assistance in both technical and practical aspects.
  • To create general awareness among students about technical research in the areas of materials and machining.
  • To establish a link between the Institute and Industries and provide technical assistance at large.

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS

S.No Equipment Name Purpose Date of Purchase Cost (Rs.)
1 CNC Vertical Machining Centre For machining complex profiles 27-Jul-15 20,69,550
2 CNC Turning Centre For turning of various profiles 04-Jan-12 18,35,667
3 Surface Roughness Tester To measure the surface irregularities 04-Jul-13 1,69,953
4 Stir Casting To fabricate the Hybrid composites 21-Sep-13 4,42,600
5 Trinocular Microscope To have an optical view of various micro structures and profiles 06-Jun-13 2,42,393
6 Double Disk Polishing To polish the samples to study its characterization 06-Jun-13 2,42,393
7 Specimen Mounting Press To prepare the samples for polishing and various other studies 06-Jun-13 2,42,393
8 Pin on Disk To study the wear properties of the material 13-Sep-14 8,78,850
9 Ball Milling To mix as well reduce the size of the micro sized particle to nano size particle 13-Sep-14 8,78,850
10 Linisher Polisher Used for polishing the samples 13-Sep-14 8,78,850
11 Binocular Microscope To have the magnified and clear image of the samples 13-Sep-14 8,78,850
12 Fatigue Tester To study the fatigue failure of the components 22-Sep-14 1,47,000
13 Profile Projector To study the magnified image of the profiles 17-Jan-13 3,30,408
14 Co-ordinate Measuring Machine To measure the components or jobs precisely 28-Sep-15 5,76,450
Total Cost 66,92,871

The request form can be downloaded, filled and sent to sathish.s@kpriet.ac.in. We will contact back once the request is approved.

Lab In-charge

Dr.S.Sathish ME, PhD

Assistant Professor,

Department of Mechanical Engineering,

KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology,

Mail: Sathish.S@kpriet.ac.in

Mobile: 9994290180

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Admissions

Who can Study Mechanical Engineering at KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology

Tamilnadu Candidates

The candidates must have passed the 12th standard(intermediate) or its equivalent examination from the Government recognized board with the subjects as Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with the percentage as 45% (for general candidates), 40% (for backward class including Muslim), 40% (MBC & DNC) and 40% (for SC/ST/SCA) candidates.


Other State Candidates

As the candidates from other states are considered under General Category, a pass with minimum average marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics put together as 45% (General Category)


NRI (Non-Resident Indian Category)

The candidate should have passed in all the subjects and scored a minimum average of 45% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics put together as in General Category


FN (Foreign National Category)

The candidate should have passed in all the subjects and scored a minimum average of 45% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics put together


Eligibility Criteria for Lateral Entry (Direct Second Year) B. E. / B. Tech Programmes

Passed Diploma examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in ANY branch of Engineering and Technology


A pass in a recognised Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in the relevant field and obtained atleast 50% (45% in the case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the qualifying degree examination


  1. B.E. / B.Tech. / B.Arch. Degree Programmes (or)
  2. B.Pharm. Degree Programmes (or)
  3. Master’s Degree in the relevant branch of Science / Arts, which are prescribed

10 + 2 + AMIE (or) 10 + 3 years diploma (awarded by the State Board of Technical Education) + AMIE

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