Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineering is one of the main engineering disciplines that include the application of laws of physics for Design, Analysis and Manufacturing of mechanical systems.
Students enrolled to the course are taught to make and collect motors and structures, control plants and vehicles of all sizes, understand concepts central to the discipline, such as: Mechanics, Kinematics, Fluid Mechanics, Energy and vitality.
Students are also taught to use the center standards in the field to plan and inspect vehicle engines, warming and cooling frameworks, industrial equipment and machinery, robotics, medical devices, and such.
- Passed / Appeared 10th standard with at least 35% marks in aggregate without the marks of additional subject (without rounding up**). Mathematics, Physical Science (Science) and English are mandatory subjects in the qualifying examination and a candidate must acquire at least pass marks in all the three subjects as per his/her secondary board.
- No upper age limit. But candidate should not be less that 15 years as of 1st July of the Admission Year
Career & Placements
- Such professionals are mainly employed in manufacturing firms, and in the government sector for designing and maintaining their machinery, such as:
- Power plants
- Steel plants
- Automobile industry
Students can also take lateral entry admission into 2nd year of B.Tech – Mechanical Engineering degree programme.