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At NCE, the Department of Mechanical Engineering is the discipline that applies engineering, physics, and materials science principles to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the design, production, and operation of machinery.


To be an outstanding center for education and research developing globally competent Mechanical Engineers, who are innovative, entrepreneurial and can cater to the industrial demands and social needs.


  • To impart quality education using the state-of-the art facilities
  • To develop alliances with research organizations, academic institutions and industry
  • To promote research and entrepreneurship
  • To instill professional ethics and social responsibilities


The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Navkis College of Engineering, Hassan, offers 4 years (8 Semesters) B.E. course with an intake of 60 students. The department is equipped with all the necessary infrastructure and laboratory facilities to conduct the course as per the University prescribed curriculum. The department has a Memorandum of Understating (what is special about The MOU) (MoU) with Govt. Tool room and Training Centre (GT&TC) Mysore and KSRTC Regional Workshop Hassan. Industry visits and internship in industries help students gain real life experience of Mechanical Engineering. The Mechanical Engineering Department Association conducts a number of curricular and co-curricular activities like Workshops, Invited Lectures and Technical Talks for the benefit of students. Students are encouraged to participate in competitions conducted by different institutions. The department runs a Wall Magazine where students share information on latest technologies. The department also brings out a News Letter where students and faculty publish articles related to the emerging engineering technologies and related domains. Results are on the higher side. Most of the eligible students get placed on-campus as well as off-campus. The department strives for the all-round development of the students.

PEOs and PSOs

Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs)

PEO1: Able to have successful professionals carries in the allied areas and be proficient to perceive higher education

PEO2: Attain the ability to understand the need, technical ability to analyse, design and manufacture the product

PEO3: work effectively ethically and socially responsible in allied fields of mechanical engineering

PEO4: work in a team to meet personal and organizational objectives and to contribute to the development of society at large

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO1: To comprehend knowledge of mechanical engineering and apply them to identify, formulate and address the problems using latest technology in an effective manner to work successfully as a mechanical engineer in a team.

PSO2: To apply modern management and manufacturing techniques to produce product of high quality at optimal cost. Also exhibit honesty, integrity and conduct responsibility ethically and legally, holding the safety and welfare of the society paramount.

Course Matrix

I and II Semester – Physics and Chemistry cycles – common to all programmes

• Elements of Mechanical Engineering. (18ME15/25)

• Engineering Graphics (18EGDL15/25)


• Mathematics (18MAT31)

• Mechanics of Materials (18ME32).

• Basic thermodynamics (18ME33)

• Material science (18ME34)

• Metal cutting and forming (18ME35A)

• Metal casting and welding (18ME35B)

• Computer aided Machine Drawing (18ME36A)

• Mechanical Measurements and Metrology (18ME36B)

• Material Testing Lab (18MEL37A)

• Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Lab (18MEL37B)

• Workshop and machine shop practice (18MEL38A)

• Foundry forging and Welding Lab (18MEL38B)

• Vyavaharika kannada (18KVK39/49)

• Aadalitha Kannada (18KAK39/49)

• Constitution of India professional ethics and cyber law (18CPC39)


• Mathematics (18MAT41)

• Applied Thermodynamics (18ME42).

• Fluid Mechanics (18ME43)

• Kinematics of Machine (18ME44)

• Metal cutting and forming (18ME45A)

• Metal casting and welding (18ME45B)

• Computer aided Machine Drawing (18ME46A)

• Mechanical Measurements and Metrology (18ME46B)

• Material Testing Lab (18MEL47A)

• Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Lab (18MEL47B)

• Workshop and machine shop practice (18MEL48A)

• Foundry forging and Welding Lab (18MEL48B)

• Vyavaharika kannada (18KVK39/49)

• Aadalitha Kannada (18KAK39/49)

• Constitution of India professional ethics and cyber law (18CPC39/49)


• Management and Economics (18ME51)

• Design of Machine Elements -I(18ME52).

• Dynamics of Machines (18ME53)

• Turbo Machines (18ME54)

• Fluid Power Engineering (18ME55)

• Operations Management (18ME56)

• Fluid mechanics / Machines Lab (18MEL57)

• Energy Conversion Lab (18MEL58)

• Environmental Studies (18CIV59)


• Finite element Methods (18ME61)

• Design of Machine Elements - II(18ME62).

• Heat Transfer(18ME63)

• Professional Elective - I (18ME64X)

• Open Elective - A (18ME65X)

• Computer Aided Modelling and Analysis Lab (18MEL66)

• Heat transfer Lab (18MEL67)

• Mini Project (18MEMP68)


• Control Engineering (18ME71)

• Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing(18ME72).

• Professional Elective - II(18ME73X)

• Professional Elective - III (18ME74X)

• Open Elective – B (18ME75X)

• Computer integrated Manufacturing Lab (18MEL76)

• Design Lab (18MEL77)

• Project work Phase - I (18MEP78)


• Energy Engineering (18ME81)

• Professional Elective - IV(18ME82X)

• Project work Phase - II (18MEP83)

• Technical seminar (18MES84)


• Non Traditional Machining (18ME641)

• Refrigeration and air conditioning (18ME642)

• Theory of Elasticity (18ME643)

• Vibrations and Noise Engineering (18ME644)

• Composite material Technology (18ME645)

• Entrepreneurship Development (18ME646)


• Non-conventional Energy Sources (18ME651)

• World class Manufacturing (18ME652)

• Supply Chain Management (18ME653)

• Advanced Materials Technology (18ME654)


• Energy and Environment (18ME751)

• Automotive Engineering (18ME752)

• Industrial Safety (18ME753)

• Optimization Techniques (18ME754)


• Design for manufacturing (18ME731)

• Automation and Robotics (18ME732)

• Computational Fluid Dynamics (18ME733)

• Total Quality Management (18ME734)

• Operations Research (18ME735)


• Additive Manufacturing (18ME741)

• Emerging sustainable building cooling technologies (18ME742)

• Theory of Plasticity (18ME743)

• Mechatronics (18ME744)

• Project Management (18ME745)


• CNC Machine Tools (18ME821)

• Tribology (18ME822)

• Non-destructive testing and evaluation (18ME823)

• Automobile Engineering (18ME824)

• Tool Design (18ME825)

• Fracture Mechanics (18ME826)


Classrooms are furnished with Data Projectors and Internet facility. These facilities give the faculty to have an engaging and inclusive learning experience. Equipment, Machinery and Tools in the laboratory are maintained well and upgraded periodically. The computer aided mechanical Engineering labs at Navkis College of Engineering, Hassan, has machines with latest configuration and the necessary software are available to give students the best learning experience.


The department has all laboratories required to conduct courses as per the curriculum prescribed by the University. The laboratories are:

  • Basic Workshop
  • Engineering Graphics Lab
  • Material Testing Lab
  • Foundry and Forging Lab
  • Machine Shop
  • Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Lab
  • Computer Aided Machine Drawing Lab.
  • Energy Conversion Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Modelling and Analysis Lab
  • Heat Transfer lab
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing lab

Career opportunities

A Mechanical engineer, can work in any one of the following specialized areas:

  • Private sectors and government departments
  • Can get into education and research
  • Defence and aerospace industry
  • Grow to be Entrepreneurs

Mechanical Engineering Faculty

The qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty of the Mechanical Engineering department take the onus of keeping themselves updated with the change in industry to curate the curriculum. In order to achieve the same, NCEH Mechanical Engineering Faculty members attend Workshops and Faculty Development Programmes. Experts from both academia and industry are invited to conduct a number of Workshops, Seminars and lectures on cutting edge technologies for the benefit of the Mechanical Engineering faculty and students. Opportunities are provided to students for attending Workshops and Conferences conducted by other colleges and organisations.

Mr. Vishwanatha N R

Assistant Professor

BE. M.Tech., (Ph.D.)


Dr. H V Ramakrishna


BE. M.Sc Engg., Ph.D


Ms. Rani R

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.


Mr. Kuldeepak Kumar

Assistant Professor

BE., M.Tech.


Mr. Vinayakumar H A

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.


Mr. Chandrashekar A M

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.


Mr. Pavankumar A P

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.


Mr. Pavankumar H

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.


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