Department of Mechanical Engineering

About Department

            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

VISION & MISSION

Vision

  • Establish a globally recognised school of Excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

Mission

  • Impart quality education in Mechanical Engineering through effective teaching – learning techniques.
  • Provide necessary infrastructure and facilities for the student’s personal and professional growth.
  • Expose to specialised Mechanical Engineering domains to harness evolving technologies.
  • Create awareness in ethical practices followed internationally.

PEO

  • To expose to the solutions of real life problems applying the skills of basic science, engineering design, manufacturing, thermal science and management.
  • To educate the students to effectively participate in multidisciplinary projects for the development of our society.
  • To create awareness among the students in the fields of research and development in mechanical engineering and other allied fields.

PSO

  • Ability to apply the concepts of Mechanical Engineering fields to design mechanical systems and processes.
  • Ability to demonstrate professional and entrepreneurial skills to meet the industrial requirements
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Dr.D.Saravanan

Designation PROFESSOR & HEAD
Educational Qualification Ph.D
Experience in Years Teaching : 21 Years
E-Mail ID mechhod@miet.edu
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Dr.T. KARTHIKEYAN

Designation : PROFESSOR & DIRECTOR
Educational Qualification: Ph.D
Experience (in Years) : Teaching : 30      
E-Mail ID : e.directorpd@miet.edu
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Dr.C. AHILAN

Designation : PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: Ph.D.
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :14 Industries:4
E-Mail ID : drahilan@miet.edu
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S.ROSELINE

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.Tech
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :  13
E-Mail ID : roseline.s@miet.edu
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RAMKUMAR.T

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :  12   Industries: 3
E-Mail ID : ramkumar.t@miet.edu
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PRABAKARAN.T

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :  13   Industries: 8
E-Mail ID : prabakaran.t@miet.edu
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KUMARADEVAN.S

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :  7 
E-Mail ID : kumaradevan.s@miet,edu
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S.SENTHIL KUMAR

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E,(Ph.D)
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :   5
E-Mail ID : senthilkumar.s@miet.edu
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A.PANDIYANATHAN

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E
Experience (in Years) : Teaching : 5
E-Mail ID : pandiyanathan@miet.edu
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M.VISWAM

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :  5   Industries: 1
E-Mail ID : viswam.m@miet.edu
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PANDIARAJ.V

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E
Experience (in Years) : Teaching : 4
E-Mail ID : pandiaraj.r@miet.edu
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Dr.M.Y.ABDUL JALEEL

Designation : PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: Ph.D.
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :  14  Industries: 4
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Dr.K.RAMESH

Designation : PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: Ph.D
Experience (in Years) : Teaching : 18      
E-Mail ID : ramesh.k@miet.edu
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M.DHANDAYUDHABANI

Designation : ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E,(Ph.D)
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :  14    Industries:1
E-Mail ID : dhandayudhabani.m@miet.edu
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M.KIRUBAKARAN

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E (Ph.D)
Experience (in Years) : Teaching : 8 & Industries: 2
E-Mail ID : kirubakaran.m@miet.edu
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L.S.NARENDHIRA

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E., MBA
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :   8   Industries: 24
E-Mail ID : naxendhira.i@miet.edu
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PANNEER SELVAM.K

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :  8.5
E-Mail ID : kpselvam@miet.edu
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D.MANIKANDAN

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E
Experience (in Years) : Teaching : 4
E-Mail ID : manikandan.d@miet.edu
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MANIKANDAN.E

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.Tech
Experience (in Years) : Teaching :2.5
E-Mail ID : manikandan.e@miet.edu
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JEYANTHAN.A

Designation : ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Educational Qualification: M.E
Experience (in Years) : Teaching : 7   Industries: 1.2
E-Mail ID : jeyanthan@miet.edu
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Semester I

SL. NO COURSE CODE  

COURSE  TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS  

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1. HS8151 Communicative English HS 4 4 0 0 4
2. MA8151 Engineering Mathematics – I BS 4 4 0 0 4
3. PH8151 Engineering Physics BS 3 3 0 0 3
4. CY8151 Engineering Chemistry BS 3 3 0 0 3
5.  

GE8151

Problem Solving and Python

Programming

 

ES

 

3

 

3

 

0

 

0

 

3

6. GE8152 Engineering Graphics ES 6 2 0 4 4

PRACTICALS

7. GE8161 Problem Solving and Python

Programming Laboratory

ES 4  

0

 

0

 

4

 

2

8.  

BS8161

Physics and Chemistry

Laboratory

BS 4  

0

 

0

 

4

 

2

TOTAL 31 19 0 12 25

Semester III

SL.

NO.

COURSE

CODE

 

COURSE TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT

PERIODS

 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1. MA8353 Transforms and Partial Differential

Equations

BS 4  

4

 

0

 

0

 

4

2. ME8391 Engineering Thermodynamics PC 5 3 2 0 4
3. CE8394 Fluid Mechanics and Machinery ES 4 4 0 0 4
4. ME8351 Manufacturing Technology – I PC 3 3 0 0 3
5. EE8353 Electrical Drives and Controls ES 3 3 0 0 3

PRACTICAL

6. ME8361 Manufacturing Technology

Laboratory – I

PC  

4

 

0

 

0

 

4

 

2

7. ME8381 Computer Aided Machine Drawing PC 4 0 0 4 2
8. EE8361 Electrical Engineering Laboratory ES 4 0 0 4 2
9. HS8381 Interpersonal  Skills  /  Listening  & Speaking EEC 2 0 0 2 1
TOTAL 33 17 2 14 25

Semester V

SL.

NO.

COURSE

CODE

 

COURSE TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT

PERIODS

 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1. ME8595 Thermal Engineering- II PC 3 3 0 0 3
2. ME8593 Design of Machine Elements PC 3 3 0 0 3
3. ME8501 Metrology and Measurements PC 3 3 0 0 3
4. ME8594 Dynamics of Machines PC 4 4 0 0 4
5. Open Elective I OE 3 3 0 0 3

PRACTICAL

6. ME8511 Kinematics and Dynamics

Laboratory

PC 4  

0

 

0

 

4

 

2

7. ME8512 Thermal Engineering Laboratory PC 4 0 0 4 2
8. ME8513 Metrology and Measurements

Laboratory

PC 4  

0

 

0

 

4

 

2

TOTAL 28 16 0 12 22

Semester VII

SL.

NO.

COURSE

CODE

 

COURSE TITLE

 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1. ME6701 Power Plant Engineering 3 0 0 3
2. ME6702 Mechatronics 3 0 0 3
3.  

ME6703

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Systems

 

3

 

0

 

0

 

3

4. GE6757 Total Quality Management 3 0 0 3
5. Elective – II 3 0 0 3
6. Elective – III 3 0 0 3

PRACTICAL

7. ME6711 Simulation and Analysis Laboratory 0 0 3 2
8. ME6712 Mechatronics Laboratory 0 0 3 2
9. ME6713 Comprehension 0 0 2 1
TOTAL 18 0 8 23

Semester II

SL. NO COURSE CODE  

COURSE  TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT PERIODS  

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1. HS8251 Technical English HS 4 4 0 0 4
2. MA8251 Engineering Mathematics – II BS 4 4 0 0 4
3. PH8251 Materials Science BS 3 3 0 0 3
4. BE8253 Basic Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation

Engineering

ES  

3

 

3

 

0

 

0

 

3

5. GE8291 Environmental Science and

Engineering

HS  

3

 

3

 

0

 

0

 

3

6. GE8292 Engineering  Mechanics ES 5 3 2 0 4

PRACTICALS

7. GE8261 Engineering Practices

Laboratory

ES  

4

 

0

 

0

 

4

 

2

8. BE8261 Basic Electrical, Electronics

and Instrumentation

Engineering Laboratory

ES  

4

 

0

 

0

 

4

 

2

TOTAL 30 20 2 8 25

Semester IV

SL.

NO.

COURSE

CODE

 

COURSE TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT

PERIODS

 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1. MA8452 Statistics and Numerical Methods BS 4 4 0 0 4
2. ME8492 Kinematics of Machinery PC 3 3 0 0 3
3. ME8451 Manufacturing Technology – II PC 3 3 0 0 3
4. ME8491 Engineering Metallurgy PC 3 3 0 0 3
5. CE8395 Strength of Materials for

Mechanical Engineers

ES 3  

3

 

0

 

0

 

3

6. ME8493 Thermal Engineering- I PC 3 3 0 0 3

PRACTICAL

7. ME8462 Manufacturing Technology

Laboratory – II

PC 4  

0

 

0

 

4

 

2

8. CE8381 Strength of Materials and Fluid

Mechanics and  Machinery

Laboratory

ES 4  

0

 

0

 

4

 

2

9. HS8461 Advanced Reading and Writing EEC 2 0 0 2 1
TOTAL 29 19 0 10 24

Semester VI

SL.

NO.

COURSE

CODE

 

COURSE TITLE

 

CATEGORY

CONTACT

PERIODS

 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1.  

ME8651

Design of Transmission

Systems

PC 3  

3

 

0

 

0

 

3

2.  

ME8691

Computer   Aided   Design   and

Manufacturing

PC 3  

3

 

0

 

0

 

3

3. ME8693 Heat and Mass Transfer PC 5 3 2 0 4
4. ME8692 Finite Element Analysis PC 3 3 0 0 3
5. ME8694 Hydraulics and Pneumatics PC 3 3 0 0 3
6. Professional Elective – I PE 3 3 0 0 3

PRACTICAL

7. ME8681 CAD / CAM Laboratory PC 4 0 0 4 2
8. ME8682 Design and Fabrication Project EEC 4 0 0 4 2
9. HS8581 Professional Communication EEC 2 0 0 2 1
TOTAL 30 18 2 10 24

Semester VIII

SL.

NO.

COURSE

CODE

 

COURSE TITLE

 

L

 

T

 

P

 

C

THEORY

1. MG6863 Engineering Economics 3 0 0 3
2. Elective – IV 3 0 0 3
3. Elective – V 3 0 0 3

PRACTICAL

4. ME6811 Project Work 0 0 12 6
TOTAL 9 0 12 15

Career Development Program

Objectives 

  • 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 – Exam Preparation
  • Positive Attitude & Team Building
  • Group Discussion & Personal Interview

Course duration

Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course outcomes

  • Student will be able to articulate their career options and goals.
  • Student will be able to identify resources or programs to help them at their stage of career development.
  • Student will be able to concrete next steps in their career development and planning.
  • Student will be able to gain tools and advice to more confidently and professionally present themselves to potential employers via their resumes and online profiles.

Course Instructors

Mr.P.Sundaram,  AP/Mech
Mr.M.Visvam, AP//Mech
Mr.M.Kirubakaran, AP/Mech
Mr.L.S.Narendhira, AP//Mech
Students
Final Year  VII Semester –  60 students

Renewable sources of energy

Objectives

  • To create awareness of renewable energy sources.
  • To identify the new methodologies / technologies for effective utilization of renewable energy sources

Course contents

  • Environmental Aspects of Energy Utilization
  • Economics of renewable energy systems
  • Reserves of Energy Resources
  • Solar Energy
  • Fundamentals of Solar Photo Voltaic Conversion
  • Wind energy
  • Types of Wind Energy Systems
  • Biomass energy
  • Biomass gasifiers
  • Ethanol production
  • Cogeneration
  • Tidal energy
  • Wave Energy
  • Hydro-Geothermal Energy

Course duration
Three months (July 2018 to September 2018)

Course outcomes

  • The students can able to identify the new methodologies / technologies for effective utilization of renewable energy sources.

Course Instructors
Mr. M.Dhandayuthabani, Asso. Prof/Mech
Mr.T.Prabakaran AP/Mech
Mr.S. Thulasiram, AP//Mech

Archive

Machine drawing and Steel structural Detailing by using AutoCAD software

Objectives

  • To familiarize the students in machine drawing and Steel structures detailing using AutoCAD software

Course contents

  • Introduction to Auto CAD
  • Classification of Drawings & BOM
  • Commands used in AutoCAD
  • Inclined Bracket Tool library
  • Tool Post
  • Jigs and Fixture
  • Steel Structural Detailing
  • Beam Connections

Course duration

Three months (January 2018 to March 2018)

Course outcomes

Machine Drawing

  • Making use of appropriate laboratory tools and design innovative methods.
  • Can develop new innovative methods for measuring product characteristics.
  • Provide skills to adopt modern methods in mechanical engineering as continuous improvement

Structure

  • Have a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of detailing fundamentals
  • Be confident working with detailing drawings and processes documents
  • Know the fundamentals around detailing columns, beams, connections and trusses
  • Have the theoretical knowledge of a detailer with years of experience

Course Instructors

Mr.S.Thulasiram. AP/Mech

Mr.K. PanneerSelvam. AP/Mech

Students

 Second Year IV Semester – 30 students

CNC by using Autodesk HSM Pro

Objectives

  • To study the features of CNC Machine Tool.
  • To expose students to modern control systems (Fanuc, Siemens etc.,)
  • To know the application of various CNC machines like CNC lathe, CNC Vertical Machining center, CNC EDM and CNC wire-cut.

Course contents

  • Introduction to CNC machines
  • Introduction to part programming
  • Introduction to Autodesk HSM PRO GUI
  • CAM setup
  • Tool library
  • Mill tool path
  • Work coordinate system probe
  • CNC lathe

Course duration

Three months (January 2018 to March 2018)

Course outcomes

  • Ability to understand the CNC control in modern manufacturing system.
  • Ability to prepare CNC part programming and perform manufacturing.

Course Instructors

Mr.K.Dhamodaran AP/Mech
Mr.M.Vivekananthan AP/Mech
Mr.D.Manikandan AP/Mech

Students
Third Year VI Semester – 35 students

Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE)

Objectives

  • 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
  • Ultrasonic testing
  • Radiography
  • Thermography

Course duration
Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course outcomes

  • Student will be able to apply scientific and technical knowledge to the field of nondestructive testing.
  • Student will be able to use the relevant non-destructive testing methods for various engineering practice.
  • Student will be able to recognize and achieve high levels of professionalism in their work.
  • Student will be able to recognition of the need and ability to engage in lifelong learning, thought process and development.

Course Instructors

Mr. L.S.Narendhira, AP/Mech
Mr. S. Dhakshinamoorthy, AP//Mech

Students
Final Year VII Semester – 154 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 LABORATORY

  • 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 LABORATORY

  • 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 LABORATORY

  • 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 LABORATORY

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

CAD Laboratory

Software details

  • Auto CAD
  • STAAD Pro

Equipment details

  • Desktop Computers
  • Printer

Name of the Student

Year

Organized by (Institutions/Industry)

Date

Prizes won
C.AMBICAPATHI
IV

M.A.R ENGINEERING COLLEGE
08.03.2019
PAPER PRESENTATION– II
C.AMBICAPATHI
IV

M.A.R ENGINEERING COLLEGE
08.03.2019
CAD MODELING – I
A.Jakir Hussain
II

CAD CENTER
15.02.2019
SUDOKU - I PRIZE
S.Abdul Ajees
II

CAD CENTER
15.02.2019
TECHNICAL QUIZ - I PRIZE
S.Abdul Ajees
II

CAD CENTER
15.02.2019
MODEL MAKING - II PRIZE
A.Jakir Hussain
II

CAD CENTER
15.02.2019
RAPID FIRE - II PRIZE
A.Jakir Hussain
II

ANNA UNIVERSITY
18.01.2019
CHESS - III PRIZE
  • 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.

     

Dr.D.Saravanan
Professor & Head of the Department,
Department of Mechanical Engineering
M.I.E.T Engineering College,
Gundur, Trichy-07.
Mail ID:mech.hod@miet.edu