Mechanical Engineering



To produce quality Human Resources in Mechanical Engineering though excellence in Teaching and innovative projects and thus to serve the society.



After the completion of course, Students are able

  • To impart quality education through the State-of-the-art facilities.

  • To motivate the students to pursue Higher education.

  • To promote research activities by encouraging the faculty and students to carry out projects.

  • To encourage the students to acquire entrepreneurial skills for the betterment of the Society.


Programme Educational Objectives

PEO1:To develop academic excellence and leadership qualities in students for their professional career.

PEO2:To prepare the students for pursuing higher studies in the field of Mechanical Engineering and interdisciplinary courses.

PEO3:Make the students create new design or be an entrepreneur with innovative ideas for the development of social, technical and business outcomes.

Programme Outcomes

PO1:Engineering Knowledge: Acquire the basic foundation of mathematics, science engineering fundamentals and its applications.

PO2:Problem Analysis: Possess sound knowledge in programming, analytical, logical and problem solving skills to understand, identify, formulate and solve problems in computer science and related problems.

PO3:Design / Development of Solution: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4:Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data,and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5:Modern Tool Usage: Be able to use the techniques and modern engineering tools necessary for innovative solutions in core and related domains.

PO6:Communication: Communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms on engineering activities such as, being able comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations.

PO7:Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO8:Individual and team work: Function well-mannered as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary environment.

PO9:The engineer and society: Possess leadership and management skills with professional practices and social concern.

PO10:Environment: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts.

PO11:Project Management and Finance: Have acquired adequate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team and ready for seeking careers in local and Multinational Companies.

PO12:Life-Long Learning skill: Be able to participate and succeed in various technical events and competitive examinations like GATE, TOEFL, GRE and GMAT and develop self-learning and life-long learning skills to pursue higher studies.


About the Department

One of the founding departments of VSB College of Engineering Technical Campus, the Mechanical Engineering Department has played a leading role in evolving an ‘Engineering Science’ based curriculum. Today, the department of mechanical engineering of VSBCETC attracts and features an extraordinary rich diversity and quantity of talented individuals. The Department of Mechanical Engineering is established in the year 2012 and offers an UG Course, B.E. Mechanical Engineering with a Sanctioned intake of 60 Seats. The department is specifically concerned with design, development, installation, operation and maintenance of just about anything that has moveable parts. Mechanical Engineering discipline involves Analysis, Design, Manufacturing & Maintenance of Mechanical systems. Students of Mechanical Engineering are exposed to concepts in Mechanics, Kinematics, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Energy conversion & conservation, etc. Wherever there is manufacturing process, a Mechanical Engineer will play a role. We edify our students to do even an ordinary thing in an extra-ordinary way, so that they contrive their new challenges, dream high and work hard with faith, concentration and determination.



Programme of Study Description
Under Graduate Course Mechanical Engineering
Started with 60 seats in 2012



About the Course

Mechanical Engineering addresses the analysis and development of technological systems involving motions and allows people to harness the energy and forces that exist in nature to provide for the needs of society.
Mechanical Engineers are responsible for the conception, design, manufacture, control, maintenance and management of such systems. Mechanical systems may comprise mechanisms or machines made up of moving components or involve fluid flow within or around solid structures to impart forces or energy interactions. These could range from micro-mechanical devices to massive power generating turbines. From a jet aircraft to an air conditioning plant, from tunneling machines to body-scanners and from a technical consultancy to financial services, mechanical engineers deal with the design and production of machines, systems and structures that are taken for granted in the modern world.
The range and diversity of career choice Mechanical Engineers is consequently tremendous.


Faculty Information

S. No Name Qualification Designation
1 Mr. P. Madhankumar M. E Assistant Professor
2 Mr. L. R. Karthikeyan B. E PTL
3 Mr. S. P. Ramesh M. E Assistant Professor
4 Mr. R. Muralikrishnan M. E Assistant Professor
5 Mr. R. Janakiraman M. E Assistant Professor
6 Mrs. T. Stephen Livingston M. E Assistant Professor
7 Mr. K. Santhosh M. E Assistant Professor
8 Mr. S. Bagavathi M. E Assistant Professor
9 Mr. B. Santhoshkumar M. E Assistant Professor
10 Mr. I. J. Isaac Premkumar M. E Assistant Professor
11 Mr. S. Gokul Prasath M. E Assistant Professor
12 Mr. S. Karvendhan M. E Assistant Professor
13 Mr. R. Loganathan M. E Assistant Professor
14 Mr. S. Tamilselvan M. E Assistant Professor
15 Mr. R. Premkumar M. E Assistant Professor
16 Mr. R. Karthick M. E Assistant Professor

Non Teaching

S. No Name Designation
1 Mr. P. Mohankumar Lab Technician
2 Mr. P. Sakthivel Lab Technician
3 Mr. S. V. Nandhakumar Lab Technician
4 Mr. K. Sureshkumar Lab Technician


Lab Facility



Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

  • Venturimeter Test
  • Orificemeter Test
  • Pipe Friction Apparatus
  • Rotameter Test
  • Cenrtifugal Pump Test Rig
  • Reciprocating Pump Test Rig
  • Gear oil Pump Test Rig
  • Submersible Pump Test Rig
  • Francis Turbine Test Rig
  • Pelton Wheel Test Rig
  • Kaplan Turbine Test Rig
  • Pitot tube Setup
  • Jet Pump Test Rig
  • Flow Cup Viscometer
  • Bernoullis Theorem Apparatus
Metrology Laboratory

  • Auto collimator
  • Sine bar with 38 piece slip gauge
  • Bevel protractor
  • Vernier height gauge,Vernier caliper
  • Surface plate without stand
  • Tool maker microscope
  • Screw micrometer
  • Electrical comparator, Gear tester
  • Optical comparator, Profile projectors
  • Vernier depth gauges
  • Temperature measuring setup
  • Displacement measuring setup
  • Force and Vibration measuring setup
  • Torque measuring setup
  • Floating carriage micrometer
Dynamics of Machinery Laboratory

  • Turn Table Apparatus
  • Governor Apparatus
  • Cam Analysis
  • Whirling Shaft
  • Vibration Table
  • Vibration Frequency Meter
  • Gyroscope
  • Multi Degree Freedom Suspension
  • Torsional Frequency
Mechatronics Laboratory

  • Basic Pneumatic Trainer Kit
  • Electro-pneumatic Trainer Kit
  • Electro-pneumatic Trainer Kit with PLC
  • Digital PID Controller
  • PLC based Servo Controller (Closed /open loop System)
  • Two stage Air Compressor
  • HCL Computers
  • Panaterm, winproladder software
  • Lab View Software
Thermal Engineering Laboratory – I

  • 4 – Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine With Electrical Loading
  • 4 – Stroke Two Cylinder Diesel Engine With Hydraulic loading
  • 4 – Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine With Mechanical loading
  • 2– Stroke Petrol Engine Cut Section
  • 4 – Stroke Diesel Engine Cut Section
  • Redwood Viscometer
  • Orsat Apparatus
  • Flash And Fire Point Apparatus
  • Steam Generator & Turbine Setup
  • Single Cylinder Petrol Engine
  • Multi Cylinder Petrol Engine
Thermal Engineering Laboratory – II

  • Refrigeration System Cut Section and Cycle Test Rig
  • AC Cut Section, AC Test Rig
  • Twin Cylinder Air Compressor
  • LPG Refrigeration Test Rig
  • Pensky Martens Flash And Fire Point Apparatus
  • Pin Fin and Emissivity Apparatus
  • Parallel & Counter Flow Heat Exchanger
  • Stephen Boltzmann Apparatus
  • Thermal Conductivity Of Insulating Powder
  • Conductive Heat Transfer (Guarded Hot Plate)
  • Forced & Natural Convection Apparatus


Manufacturing Technology Laboratory

  • Heavy Duty Lathe
  • Light Duty Lathe
  • Shaping Machine
  • Universal Milling Machine
  • Pillar Type Drilling Machine
  • Turret Lathe
  • Radial Drilling Machine
  • Planner Machine
  • Slotting Machine
  • Surface Grinding Machine
  • Bench Grinder, Capstan Lathe
  • Gear Hobbing Machine
CAD/CAM Laboratory

  • Wipro Systems
  • HCL Server
  • HP Laser Design jet 110 Plus Plotter
  • Canon LBP 2900 Laser Printer
  • Dot Matrix Printer
  • CNC XL Turn Machine
  • CNC XL Mill Machine
  • 20 KVA On Line UPS
  • AUTOCAD 2009 Software
  • ANSYS Software (12.0 Version)
  • CNC Simulation Software
  • FANUC Heiden Software
Strength of Materials Laboratory

  • Universal Testing Machine
  • Rockwell Testing Machine
  • Brinell Testing Machine
  • Impact Testing Machine
  • Spring Testing Machine
  • Torsion Testing Machine
  • Vickers Hardness Testing Machine
  • Fatigue Testing Machine
  • Shore A Hardness Tester
  • Metallurgical Microscope
  • Muffle Furnace