The department arbors the following laboratories:


Workshops were the only places of production until the advent of industrialisation and the development of larger factories. Engineering workshop is the laboratory which provides both the area and tools (or machinery) that may be required for the manufacture or repair of manufactured goods. Here the students will learn the basics about Carpentry, Fitting, Tin Smithy, Black Smithy and House Wiring.

Mechanics of Solids Laboratory


Mechanics of solids is the branch of continuum mechanics that studies the behaviour ofsolidmaterials,especiallytheir motion anddeformation under the action offorces,temperaturechanges,phase changes, and other external or internal agents.The Mechanics of Solids Laboratory is a facility dedicated to the structural testing and design of components and materials.

Thermal Engineering Laboratory


The objective of this laboratory is to introduce the student to the fundamental and industrial theories of working of IC engines, modes of Heat transfer, principles of refrigeration and air conditioning etc. The Thermal Engineering Laboratory is equipped with several test facilities for doing research within thermal processes for energy conversion.

Metallurgy Laboratory


The main objective of this laboratory is to learn about the properties of various materials like metals, ceramics, glasses, organic plastics, polymers etc. Metallurgy deals with the science technology of heat treatment of metals and alloys. Instrumentation deals with the basic knowledge on mechanism of an instrument.

Hydraulics & Fluid Machines Laboratory


The purpose of this laboratory is to reinforce and enhance our understanding of the fundamentals of Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machines. The experiments here are designed to demonstrate the applications of the basic fluid mechanics principles and to provide a more intuitive and physical understanding of the theory. The main objective is to introduce a variety of classical experimental and diagnostic techniques, and the principles behind these techniques.

Production Technology Laboratory


Production Technology is subject which provide a position to set up and operate production dealing with Welding, Casting, rolling, plastic moulding etc. The main objective of the laboratory is to understand different manufacturing techniques by studying different processes in Production Technology.

Heat Transfer Laboratory


Heat Transfer laboratory provides knowledge about modes of heat transfer and also provide different applications on parallel and counter flow heat exchanger and heat pipes. The student gains knowledge about the modes of heat transfer like conduction, convection and radiation.

Metrology & Machine Tools Laboratory


The main objective of this laboratory is to provide basic concepts of measurements by using different techniques and knowledge on different machines like lathe, shaper, planner etc. The student will be in a position to take up assignments in inspection of mechanical components in a medium to large manufacturing unit.

CAD/ CAM Laboratory


Nowadays as the technology improving more and morewe no longer require the use of protractors and compasses to create drawings, instead there are several classes that focus on the use of various software.This laboratory mainly deals with the detailed engineering of 3D models and/or 2D drawings of physical components using CAD software, but it is also used throughout the engineering process from conceptual design and layout of products, through strength and dynamic analysis of assemblies to definition of manufacturing methods of components. It can also be used to design objects.

Moderization of Manufacturing Technology laboratory (Under the sponsored scheme of MODROBS, AICTE, New Delhi Chief Coordinator: Dr. S. Sambhu Prasad)



  • Industrial slant-bed design
  • PC-based
  • 8 station programmable turret
  • Programmable spindle
  • Fully enclosed working area
  • Pneumatic chuck
  • Auto door
  • FMS / CIM Compatible




  • PC-based
  • 6 station programmable
  • Programmable Spindle
  • Fully enclosed working area
  • Hydro-pneumatic vice
  • Auto door
  • FMS / CIM Compatible
S. No
Name of the laboratory
Floor area (sq.m)
Courses for which the lab. is to be used and No. of students working/per week
Total No
No.per cycle
1 Engineering Workshop 217.03 10 1 UG- I-I (AUTONOMOUS) ECE-A,B,C & E (59+60+60+60+55)/2
[(57+59+57+54)+(58+55)+ (55+56)]/2
2 Mechanics of Solids 66.91 6 1 UG-II-I, ME (R13) 72+72+72+70
UG-II-I, CE (R13) 72+73
3 Metallurgy 66.91 6 1 UG-II-I, ME (R13) 72+72+72+70
4 Production Technology 66.91 12 1 UG-II-II, ME (R13) 72+72+72+70
5 Thermal Engineering 66.91 12 1 UG-II-I, ME& EEE (R13) 72+72+72+70+72+72
6 Metrology 66.91 6 1 UG-III-I, ME (R13) 71+69+70+68
7 FM & HM 135 10 1 UG-II-II, ME (R13) 72+72+72+70
UG-II-I, EEE (R13) 72+72
UG-II-II, CE (R13) 72+73
8 Heat Transfer 107.4 12 1 UG-III-II, ME (R13) 71+69+70+68
9 Simulation Lab 104.02 6 1 PG-I-I, CAD/CAM(AUTONOMOUS) 7
10 Simulation Lab 104.02 4 1 PG-I-II, CAD/CAM(AUTONOMOUS) 7
11 Simulation Lab 104.02 10 1 UG-IV-I, ME (R13) 73+71+70
12 CNC 67.92 8 For all interested students
13 Instrumentation and Control Systems 85.02 6 1 UG-III-I, ME (R13) 71+69+70+68
14 Machine tools 207.57 12 1 UG-III-I, ME (R13) 71+69+70+68

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