Symposium Poster

Event Rules

PAPER PRESENTATION

  • Maximum two authors per team can participate.
  • Full length paper should be in IEEE format. (not more than 6)
  • The title page should have abstract with the details of authors. (College name and mail id)
  • A soft copy of the paper has to be sent through mail on or before 13.02.2018.mechsymposium@miet.edu
  • Selected papers will be intimated to the registered members on or before 19.02.2018. through mail only.
  • The short listed participants are required to bring their presentation slides (ppt or pptx format) for the accepted paper.
  • Printed copy has to be submitted at the time of presentation.
  • Paper A4 size , 1.5 line spacing, Font-Times New Roman, 12 pts (Normal)
  • 5 minutes will be given for presentation and 2 minutes for queries.
  • The Best Paper Award is under the judge and the organizers discretion.

TECHNICAL QUIZ

  • Maximum two members per team can participate.
  • Preliminary round will be conducted and only qualified teams can participate in the final round.

CAD MODELING

Preliminary round will be conducted on the design using Auto CAD software and only the qualified person shall be permitted for the final round on creative design using Auto Desk Inventor software/ Auto CAD software.

JIT (Surprise Event)

  • This event will be conducted on the spot.
  • Rules will be based on the respective events.

Note:
1.Participant should come with proper formal dress code
2.Participants should bring Bonafide certificate and ID card from their respective colleges.

Registration form

Introduction

            Mechanical Engineering is one of the core fields of Engineering covering Thermal, Design, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Maintenance and Management streams. M.I.E.T. offers UG and PG education for creative thinking, product or system designing, ability to overcome constraints and provides effective teamwork with professional ethics. These valuable skills could launch a career in automobile, aerospace, banking, finance, consulting, management, and so on.

            Our Mechanical department has appropriate infrastructure to offer quality education and training through state of art technology with well equipped laboratory facilities and also has dedicated, qualified and experienced faculty members in different specialization. Research and Development Centre is the iconic feature of our Mechanical Department.

          Every student is given a comprehensive insight into the various concepts that are related to Mechanical Engineering. In manufacturing technology, students are learned about the various types of machines tools and their working principles. In Mechatronics, the students learn about PLC, microcontroller, PID controller, stepper motor etc. In Thermal engineering, performance of air compressor, conduction, convection and radiation experimental system, the students gather knowledge about CAD/CAM software packages like Fanuc control system, CNC machines for turning and milling, dynamics and metrology experiments. In Fluid mechanics and machinery, the students are taught the working of different meters like orifice meter, venturimeter, Pitot tube, Francis turbine, Kaplan turbine, centrifugal pump, reciprocating pump etc. In strength of materials, the students learned about the working of Universal testing machine, Izod and charpy test, Brinell hardness testing machine, Rockwell hardness testing machine, heat treatment furnace, etc., In basic workshops, the students learn about the tools and simple working principles of machine tools and safety measures about welding, carpentry, sheet metal and plumbing works.

            Apart from the theory classes, the students are practically trained on various laboratories during their course tenure. Students are encouraged to participate in the co-curricular activities like paper presentations, attending seminars and workshops etc. Staff meetings have been conducted by the HOD for staff members periodically for discussing and informing the various issues so as to maintain coordination. Class committee meeting has been conducted for the students after the cycle tests and the student’s grievances were rectified. Separate question bank has been prepared for every subject by the faculty members and it was given to all the students in the form of booklet for both odd and even semester for welfare of the students to improve the results.

            The students of pre final, final year students of UG & PG presenting papers in National level and International level conferences and also participating in various project exhibitions and competitions. On the whole, department supports and guides the students in every successful aspects to build strong knowledge in the technical areas of mechanical engineering to face the future with confidence.

 

Programmes offered:

  • B.E. Mechanical Engineering
  • M.E. Manufacturing Engineering
S.ROSELINE HOD

Ph.D : Manufacturing

Pursuing

M.TECH : Manufacturing Technology

Completed – 2009

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 1991

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

MATERIAL SCIENCE

S.DHAKSHINAMOORTHY Associate Professor

Ph.D Thermal

Pursuing

M.TECH: N.D.T

Completed – 2006

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 1995

AREA OF INTEREST

MATERIAL SCIENCE

M.DHANDAYUTHABANI Associate Professor

Ph.D : Thermal

Pursuing

M.TECH : Thermal

Completed – 2004

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2001

AREA OF INTEREST

Thermal Engineering

K.RAMESH Associate Professor

Ph.D : Manufacturing

Pursuing

M.TECH : Production

Completed – 2001

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 1997

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference -2

National Conference -2

Journals – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

DR.C.AHILAN Professor

Ph.D : Production

Completed – 2012

M.TECH : Manufacturing

Completed – 2007

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 1997

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference -4

Journals – 8

AREA OF INTEREST

Production

T.RAMKUMAR Assistant Professor

M.TECH : Manufacturing

Completed – 2010

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2005

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

M.KIRUBAKARAN Assistant Professor

Ph.D : Thermal

Pursuing

M.TECH : Design

Completed – 2007

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2004

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Engineering Design

S.KUMARADEVAN Assistant Professor

M.E : Design

Completed – 2011

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2008

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Engineering Design

L.S.NARENDHIRA Assistant Professor

Ph.D : Thermal

Pursuing

M.TECH : Design

Completed – 2007

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2004

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference  – 6

National Conference – 1

Journals – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Management, Maintenance

T.PRABAKARAN Assistant Professor

Ph.D : Welding

Pursuing

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2010

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2005

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Journals – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

P.PRADEEP Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2015

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2010

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

S.SENTHILKUMAR Assistant Professor

Ph.D : Production

Pursuing

M.TECH : CAD/CAM

Completed – 2010

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 1998

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Production

K.PANNEERSELVAM Assistant Professor

Ph.D : Design

Pursuing

M.E : Engineering Design

Completed – 2008

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2006

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Design

A.PANDIANATHAN Assistant Professor

M.E : Industrial Engineering

Completed – 2013

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2011

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference – 2

National Conference – 3

AREA OF INTEREST

Industrial Engineering

 

K.DHAMODARAN Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2015

BE : Production

Completed – 2011

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference – 1

National Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

W.EDWIN LYONAL Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2015

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2012

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

M.GOWTHAMAN Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2014

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2009

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

P.SUNDARAM Assistant Professor

M.E : CAD

Completed – 2014

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2008

AREA OF INTEREST

Design

M.VISVAM Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2013

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2010

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

R.SANKARADOSS Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2015

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2007

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

S.THULASIRAM Assistant Professor

M.E : Thermal

Completed – 2016

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2009

AREA OF INTEREST

THERMAL ENGINEERING

D.MANIKANDAN Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2014

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2008

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

K.RAJASEKAR Assistant Professor

M.E : Design

Completed – 2013

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2008

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 3

Journals – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

K.MOHAN Assistant Professor

M.E : Design

Completed – 2015

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2008

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 1

International Conference -1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

K.SUNDARAVADIVEL Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2014

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2010

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 4

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

I.DEVARAJ Assistant Professor

M.E : Design

Completed – 2015

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2009

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Design

D.SENTHILKUMAR Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2011

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 1993

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 1

JOURNALS – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

V.PANDIARAJ Assistant Professor

M.E : Thermal

Completed – 2015

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2013

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 1

JOURNALS – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Thermal Engineering

E.MANIKANDAN Assistant Professor

M.E : Thermal & Fluids

Completed – 2015

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2012

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 1

JOURNALS – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Thermal Engineering

M.VISHNUKUMAR Assistant Professor

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2015

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2013

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference – 2

National Conference – 4

Journals – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

M.VIVEKANANTHAN Assistant Professor

Ph.D : Manufacturing

Pursuing

M.E : Manufacturing

Completed – 2013

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2011

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference – 1

National Conference – 1

Journals – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

A.JEYANTHAN Assistant Professor

M.E : Thermal

Completed – 2017

BE : Mechanical Engineering

Completed – 2011

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Inter National Conference – 2

National Conference – 2

Journals – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Manufacturing Technology

First year

Semester

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.HS6151Technical English – I3104
2.MA6151Mathematics – I3104
3.PH6151Engineering Physics – I3003
4.CY6151Engineering Chemistry – I3003
5.GE6151Computer Programming3003
6.GE6152Engineering Graphics2034
PRACTICALS
7.GE6161Computer Practices Laboratory0032
8.GE6162Engineering Practices Laboratory0032
9.GE6163Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I0021
TOTAL
1721126

Semester II

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.HS6251Technical English – II3104
2.MA6251Mathematics – II3104
3.PH6251Engineering Physics – II3003
4.CY6251Engineering Chemistry – II3003
5.GE6252Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering4004
6.GE6253Engineering Mechanics3104
PRACTICALS
7.GE6261Computer Aided Drafting and ModelingLaboratory0122
8.GE6262Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II0021
TOTAL
194425

Second year

Semester III

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.MA6351Transforms and Partial Differential Equations3104
2.CE6402Strength of Materials3104
3.ME6301Engineering Thermodynamics3003
4.CE6451Fluid Mechanics and Machinery3003
5.ME6302Manufacturing Technology – I3003
6.EE6351Electrical Drives and Controls3003
PRACTICAL
7.ME6311Manufacturing Technology Laboratory – I0032
8.CE6461Fluid Mechanics and  Machinery Laboratory0032
9.EE6365Electrical Engineering Laboratory0032
TOTAL
182926

Semester IV

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.MA6452Statistics and  Numerical Methods3104
2.ME6401Kinematics of Machinery3003
3.ME6402Manufacturing Technology– II3003
4.ME6403Engineering Materials and Metallurgy3003
5.GE6351Environmental Science and Engineering3003
6.ME6404Thermal Engineering3003
PRACTICAL
7.ME6411Manufacturing Technology Laboratory–II0032
8.ME6412Thermal Engineering Laboratory  – I0032
9.CE6411Strength of Materials Laboratory0032
TOTAL
181925

Third year

Semester V

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.ME6501Computer Aided Design3003
2.ME6502Heat and Mass Transfer3003
3.ME6503Design of Machine Elements3003
4.ME6504Metrology and Measurements3003
5.ME6505Dynamics of Machines3003
6.GE6075Professional Ethics in Engineering3003
PRACTICAL
7.ME6511Dynamics Laboratory0032
8.ME6512Thermal Engineering Laboratory-II0032
9.ME6513Metrology and Measurements Laboratory0032
TOTAL
180924

Semester VI

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.ME6601Design of Transmission Systems3003
2.MG6851Principles of Management3003
3.ME6602Automobile Engineering3003
4.ME6603Finite Element Analysis3003
5.ME6604Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion3003
6.ME6004Elective – I Unconventional Machining Processes3003
PRACTICAL
7.ME6611C.A.D. / C.A.M. Laboratory0032
8.ME6612Design and Fabrication Project0042
9.GE6563Communication Skills – Laboratory Based0042
TOTAL
1801124

Final year

Semester VII

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.ME6701Power Plant Engineering3003
2.ME6702Mechatronics3003
3.ME6703Computer Integrated ManufacturingSystems3003
4.GE6757Total Quality Management3003
5.ME6005Elective – II Process Planning and Cost Estimation3003
6.ME6010Elective – III Robotics3003
PRACTICAL
7.ME6711Simulation and Analysis Laboratory0032
8.ME6712Mechatronics Laboratory0032
9.ME6713Comprehension0021
TOTAL
180823

Semester VIII

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.MG6863Engineering Economics3003
2.IE6605Elective – IV Production Planning and Control3003
3.ME6016Elective – V Advanced I.C. Engines3003
PRACTICAL
4.ME6811Project Work00126
TOTAL
901215

Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE)

Objective

  • To gain experience with and understanding of the types, advantages and applications of various NDT methods.
  • To be able to choose the best NDT method for a given part.
  • To understand the basic principles of various NDT methods, fundamentals, discontinuities in different product forms, importance of NDT, applications, limitations of NDT methods and techniques and codes, standards and specifications related to non-destructive testing technology.
  • To gain the knowledge in the quality control.

Course contents

  • Introduction to various non- destructive methods
  • Dye penetrant testing
  • Magnetic particle testing
  • Eddy current testing
  • Acoustic emission
  • Ultrasonic testing
  • Radiography
  • Thermography

Course duration

Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course Instructors

Mr. L.S.Narendhira, AP/Mech

Mr. S. Dhakshinamoorthy, AP//Mech

Students

Final Year  VII Semester –  124 students

 

Career Development Program

Objective

  • To make aware of Core competency – Industry standards
  • To analyze the skill-gap and motivate to fill the gap with personal and professional skills
  • To get awareness and preparation for defense jobs and Technical jobs
  • To kindle positive working attitude to work as a team and creation of Win-Win Situation

Course contents

  • Ice Breaker – Self Evaluation
  • Industrial Expectations & Communication Skills
  • Skill – Gap Analysis & Self Motivation
  • Government Job Awareness – Improve Confidence
  • Vedic Mathematics For Competitive Examinations
  • Technical & Defense Job – Mcq Preparation
  • Positive Attitude & Team Building
  • Group Discussion & Personal Interview

Course duration

Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course Instructors

Mr.P.Sundaram,  AP/Mech

Mr.M.Visvam, AP//Mech

Students

Final Year  VII Semester –  66 students

Third Year  V Semester –  48 students

THERMAL LABORATORY – I

  • Double Pipe Heat Exchanger Apparatus
  • Stefan Boltzmann Constant apparatus
  • Forced Convection Test Rig
  • Emissivity Measuring apparatus
  • Air conditioning Test rig
  • Natural Convection Test rig
  • Vapor Compression Refrigeration System Test rig
  • Pin – Fin apparatus of forced convection
  • Cooling Tower
  • Composite wall apparatus
  • Thermal Conductivity of material in powder form
  • LPG – Refrigeration Test rig
  • Two stage Air compressor Test rig

THERMAL LABORATORY - II

  • Centrifugal Type Air blower
  • Diesel Engine-Single Cylinder Four stroke-Water Cooled-5.H.P-600 rpm (slow speed)
  • Diesel Engine-Two Cylinder Four Stroke-Watercooled-10 H.P-1500 rpm
  • Petrol Engine-Single Cylinder Two stroke-Air Watercooled-10 H.P-1200rmp-High Speed
  • Petrol Engine-Single Cylinder Two stroke-Air Water-cooled with Eddy current dynamometer-1500 rpm-High Speed
  • Petrol Engine-Multi Cylinder Four stroke-Water-cooled with Hydraulic loading dynamometer-1500 rpm-High Speed
  • Rotary compressor test rig.
  • Saybolt viscometer
  • Cleavel and flash and fire point apparatus.
  • Cut section model of two stroke petrol engine.
  • Cut section model of four stroke Diesel engine.
  • Two Gas Exhaust Analyzer-Setup
  • Steam Boiler with electrical loading setup

 

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY LAB

  • Center Lathe
  • Heavy Duty Lathe.
  • Shaping machine.
  • Radial Drilling machine.
  • Surface Grinding machine.
  • Slotting Machine.
  • Universal Milling Machine.
  • Capstan and Turret Lathe.
  • Bench Grinder.
  • Power hacksaw.
  • Center less grinding machine

DYNAMICS LAB

  • Vibration Setup
  • Universal Governor Setup
  • Gyroscopic unit
  • Balancing Setup
  • Critical Speed Setup
  • CAM Profile Setup
  • Kinematic Models
  • Torque measuring setup
  • Force measuring setup
  • Turn table apparatus
  • Epicyclic gear train
  • Vibrating table

METROLOGY LAB

  • Auto collimator
  • Tool Makers Measuring Microscope
  • Profile Projector
  • Tacho Generator
  • L.V.D.T
  • Vernier height Gauge
  • Vernier Depth Gauge
  • Outside Micrometers
  • Inside Micrometers
  • Pneumatic Comparator
  • Slip gauges
  • Thread measuring kit
  • Temperature measuring setup
  • Vibration measuring setup
  • Strobe scope
  • Bevel protector

BASIC WORKSHOP

Welding shop provides extensive training facilities in shielded metal Arc Welding, MIG Welding, Qxy-acetylene welding and cutting, flame cutting etc.

MECHATRONICS LAB

  • Basic pneumatic kit
  • Electro pneumatic kit
  • PLC based Electro pneumatic kit
  • Hydrosim and pneumosim software

CAD / CAM LAB

  • Computers with Core 2 Dual Processors
  • Samsung Laser Jet Printers
  • Hp Design Jet A0 Plotter
  • MTAB CNC turning Machine
  • MTAB CNC Milling Machine
  • Solid works 2008 software
  • AutoCAD 2005 software
  • Pro-e (wild fire)Software
  • DLP Projector

 

Last 3 Years Placement Students Details

  • 2015 Placed Students

  • 2016 Placed Students

  • 2017Placed Students

  • Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA)

                  We have organized a Technical guest lecture for our Final year Mechanical Engineering Students (63+59 = 122 students) in our Engineering College Seminar hall on 05.09.2017 in collaboration with Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA).

                  The Program started with an Introduction of PCRA and its activities followed by a Presentation on Energy Scenario and Challenges by Mr.P.Kothandaraman, DGM (Retd), BHEL and External Faculty PCRA and later dealt with ‘Heat Energy” applications and scope for energy conservation. This was followed by screening of a few short films on Energy, Energy Conservation and Fuel Saving Tips.

                  The Presentation made by Mr.S.Mahadevan, consultant and External Faculty PCRA, covered Energy, Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency, focusing on Electrical Energy with examples and Case Studies.

                  The Students actively participated in the Interactive Session that followed with interesting and probing questions. This lecture enhanced the student’s energy crisis arena which is related to their academic subject Power plant Engineering. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and energetic.

  • Tools and Techniques of TQM – Management perspective

                  We have organized a Technical guest lecture for our Final year Mechanical Engineering Students (63+59+61+64 = 247 students) as per academic schedule for two days in our Engineering College Auditorium.

                  Dr. C.Thirumal Azhagan, Assistant Professor, Department of Management Studies, University College of Engineering, BIT Campus, Anna University, Tiruchirappalli  has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Tools and Techniques of TQM – Management perspective” for final year students organized by Mechanical Engineering department on 26.07.2017 and 27.07.2017.

                  This lecture enhanced the student’s managerial and leadership ability and quality in the industrial arena.  Technical guest lecture topics covered the various aspects and concepts of Total Quality Management tools and techniques which are related to their academic subject Total quality management. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and energetic.

     

  • Heat and Mass Transfer

                  We have organized a Technical guest lecture as per academic schedule in our Engineering College Auditorium on 26.09.2017 forenoon and afternoon.

                  Dr. S.Venkatachalapathy, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, NIT, Tiruchirappalli has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Heat and Mass Transfer” for our Third year Mechanical Engineering Students (71+67+69 = 207 students).

                  This lecture enhanced the student’s understanding ability related to thermal engineering arena.  Technical guest lecture topics covered the various aspects and concepts of Conduction, Convection, Radiation and techniques which are related to their academic subject Heat and Mass Transfer. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and useful.

  • Corporate Expectations from a fresher employee and what the employee should do to fit in and excel in an organization

                  Training and placement cell have organized a Technical guest lecture for our Final year Mechanical Engineering Students (63+59+61+64 = 247 students) in our Training and placement Seminar hall on 28.08.2017 in collaboration with ISUZU Motors India.

                  The Program started with an Introduction of ISUZU Motors India and its activities followed by a Presentation on “Corporate Expectations from a fresher employee and what the employee should do to fit in and excel in an organization” by Mr. Vinoth, HR Manager, ISUZU Motors India and Mr. Mahesh, HR Manager, ISUZU Motors, India.

                  During the interaction the spokesperson had elucidated the corporate expectations and needs. It was an eye opener for the students to access and identify common avenues of interaction with industry.

                   The Students actively participated in the Interactive Session that followed with interesting and probing questions. Some of the key points discussed during the interaction were Human needs, fresher’s need, Organization’s Need from a fresher and the tips to excel and fit in the organization. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and energetic.

  • Introduction to Fluid Machinery

                 We have organized a Technical guest lecture as per academic schedule in our Engineering College Auditorium on 27.09.2017 forenoon and afternoon.

                 Dr. T.Suthakar, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, NIT, Tiruchirappalli has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Introduction to Fluid Machinery” for our Second year Mechanical Engineering Students (71+67+69 = 187 students).

                 This lecture enhanced the student’s understanding ability related to Fluid Mechanics arena.  Technical guest lecture topics covered the various fundamental postulates of Fluid machineries (Turbo machines) which are related to their academic subject Fluid mechanics. The feedback from the students about the program has been found excellent and useful.

     

S.ROSELINE
Associate Professor& Head of the Department,
Department of Mechanical Engineering
M.I.E.T engineering College,
Gundur, Trichy-07.
Mail ID:mech.hod@miet.edu