MECHANICAL Engineering


The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Gurukul Vidyapeeth is continuously striving to achieve excellence in education. The B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering is comprehensive degree program. The goal of the Mechanical Engineering curriculum is to create a flexible undergraduate educational experience in Design Mathemetics, Computing, Modeling, Management, Engineering Science,Humanities , Social Sciences and Fine-Arts.
Principle study topics include Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, Solid Mechanics, Materials Engineering, Manufacturing, Energy systems, Dynamics and Computer Aided Design(CAD), Computer Integrated Manufacturing(CIM), and others . We aim to provide our students with perfect blend of intellectual and practical experiences, that helps them to serve our society and address a variety of needs. Academic course work projects are designed to endow students with the ability to apply knowledge of Science, Mathematics and the Engineering and the capability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary teams, providing leadership and technical expertise.


In order to prepare the Mechanical Engineers of the future to take their places in this profession and to be fully prepared for a bright future. To produce graduates with a strong foundation in Engineering fundamentals enabling them to lead a successful career in industry or government and/or obtain an advanced degree, and contribute to Engineering knowledge, to profession and the community.


Applied Thermodynamics Lab
Fluid Mechanics Lab
Heat Transfer Lab
Auto CAD Lab
Manufacturing Process Lab
Fluid Machinery Lab
Refrigeration Lab
Air-Conditioning Lab
Engineering Material and Metallurgy Lab
Industrial Automation and Robotics Lab
Mechanical Vibration Lab


The program enables the students to take up careers in a broad spectrum of industries. Many of the IT industries also have CAD/CIM divisions, which increases the job potential of mechanical engineers. Around 70% of the students are placed in reputed industries practicing core and allied engineering, through campus recruitment and the remaining 30% prefer higher studies.