Engineering Courses Offered
Civil Engineering (B.tech)
CIVIL ENGINEERING is the term for the work of designing building infrastructure. It usually means large structures, like bridges, dams, buildings and tunnels. It also covers complicated networks such as water, irrigation and sewerage networks. It also covers the construction of houses and homes. Civil engineers can be involved in all stages in the life of infrastructure, from Town planning and construction to maintenance and demolition. Civil engineering often ovelaps with architecture.
More about Department and Labs:
- Strength of Materials lab
- Concrete Technology lab
- Non-Destructive Testing lab
- Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Machines
- Geo Technical Engineering
- Transportation Engineering
- Surveying with Total Station technology
- Engineering Geology -RS & GIS
- Environmental Engineering lab
Computer Science and Engineering (B.tech & M.tech)
COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING is the systematic study of algorithmic methods for representing and transforming information, including their theory, design, implementation, application and efficiency. The roots of computer science extend deeply into mathematics and engineering. Mathematics imparts analysis to the field; engineering imparts design. Other important topics in computer graphics, databases, networks and protocols, numerical methods, operating systems, parallel computing, simulation and modeling and software engineering.
Computer Engineering is the design and prototyping of computing devices and systems, while sharing much history and many areas of interest with computer science, computer engineering concentrates its efforts on the ways in which computing ideas are mapped into working physical systems.
Emerging equally from the disciplines of computer science and electrical engineering, computer engineering rests on the intel lectual foundations of these disciplines, the basic physical sciences and mathematics.
- Programming & Advanced Programming Labs
- Software Engineering Lab
- Operating Systems Lab
- Database Management Systems Lab
- Mobile & Cloud Computing Labs
Mechanical Engineering (B.tech)
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING is the discipline that applies the principles of engineering, physics and materials science for the design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the design, production and operation of machinery.
Mechanical engineering emerged as a field during the industrial revolution in Europe in the 18th century; however, its development can be traced back several thousand years around the world. Mechanical engineering science emerged in the 19th century as a result of developments in the field of physics.
Mechanical Engineering overlaps with aerospace engineering, metallurgical engineering, civil Engineering, electrical engineering, manufacturing engineering, chemical engineering and other engineering disciplines to varying amounts. Mechanical engineers may also work in the field of Biomedical engineering, specifically with biomechanics, transport phenomena, bio mechatronics, bio nano technology and modeling of biological systems. Labs available:
- Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery Lab
- Stress Analysis Laboratory
- Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory
- Engines Lab
- Applied Thermodynamics
- Thermal Engineering
- CAD/CAM & Metrology
Electrical and Electronics Engineering (B.tech)
ELLECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING is one of the oldest branches from time immemorial. It is lone of the fundamental branches of science and technology on which all other modern branches of engineering have evolved from. Electrical and Electronics engineers work in a variety of fields including power sector, machine design, renewable energy sector, biomedical engineering, aerospace industry, communications industry and information technology.
Electrical Engineers work in a very wide range of industries and the skills required are likewise variable. The tools and e q u i p m e n t that a n individual engineer may need are similarly variable, ranging from a simple voltmeter to a top end analyzer to sophisticated design and manufacturing software.
- Power Electronics Laboratory
- Electrical Machines Laboratory
- Networks and Machines Laboratory
- Control Systems Laboratory
- Digital Electronics & Microprocesor Laboratory
- Power Systems Laboratory
- Electrical Workshop Simulation Lab
- Networks & Measurements Lab
Electronics and Communication Engineering (B.tech & M.tech)
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING is the branch of study that has revolutionized the life style of humanity. It is a space setter and a prime mover behind the transition to a technological society. The field of Electronics and Communication Engineering encompasses all areas of human life. Radio, television, telephones, computers, automobiles, office machinery and house-hold appliances, life saving medical equipment and space vehicles represent a mere sample in the wide spectrum of application of Electronics.
Electronics and Communication Engineering graduates have unlimited opportunities in the field of terrestrial and extra terrestrial communication systems like telephones, cellular phones, television, optical fiber communication, consumer and entertainment devices.
The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering with an intake of 60 students has all the necessary infrastructure for the students to grasp the principles of electronics and communication engineering hands-on.
- Logic design lab
- Advanced Communication lab
- VLSI lab
- Power Electronics lab
- Analog/Digital Communication Kits
- Microwave Benches (X-band, L-band, Ku-band)