Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering continues to be one of the most pioneering branches of core engineering studies in the world. Over the years, it has strengthened itself with the study and use of latest technologies and innovations. It has always been an evergreen branch of engineering, one which offers numerous job opportunities to students in all the industrial segments which are considered to be the most stable job-generators in the corporate world.
Mechanical Engineering Department was established in the year 2008 at MCKV Institute of Engineering. Our faculty members are intellectual leaders in their respective fields of research, and we offer our students the opportunity to work one-to-one with the faculty in advancing the frontiers of knowledge.

We were ready for the Mechanical Engineering course with well equipped laboratories and workshops. The department is committed to the well being and all round development of its students by providing a stimulating environment for the healthy development and free exchange of ideas. Our aim is to prepare students to become top-notch Mechanical Engineers with thorough knowledge both in theory as well as practical skills. We prepare them with the objective of fulfilling the needs of leading positions in industry, academia and government sectors in India and abroad.

  1. Intake Capacity: 30
  2. Affiliated to Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT)
    Approved by All India Council of Technical Education [80% students are admitted from WBJEE, 10% from JEE (MAIN), 10% from Management Quota + 3 students are from TFW Quota]
  3. Additional 10% Students can be admitted in 3rd Semester through JELET (Lateral Entry Admission).


For eligibility criteria in B.Tech and B.Tech Lateral entry scheme : click here


To be recognized as a center of excellence in mechanical engineering education and research to cater industrial and social needs.


  1. To provide the students with fundamental knowledge in mechanical engineering discipline.
  2. To develop core competencies in solving complex problems of mechanical and allied engineering disciplines.
  3. To provide the graduates with profound theoretical and practical exposures to bridge the gap between educational theory and industrial practices through collaborative events with industry, laboratory classes and training programmes.
  4. To instill desire and ability of lifelong learning and professional developments through self study and continuous education to enable the graduates to meet changing societal demands for sustainable development.
  5. To build improved team building, team working, communication and leadership skills with high regard to ethical values.


The aim of the department is to advance knowledge and educate students in the area of mechanical engineering that will meet the need of Industry & academics and best serve the nation and the world in the 22nd century.



a. To create technical manpower through flexible, modular, multi-point entry programmes in mechanical engineering.
b. To offer quality education and training in the thrust areas.
c. To promote entrepreneurial skills for self-employment.
d. To provide extension services to industry, working population, pass out students, social organizations.
d. To promote industry-institute linkage.

a.  Renewable Energy
b.  3-D Printing and Additive Manufacturing
c.  Sustainable Manufacturing
d.  Supply Chain Management
e.  Operations Management
f.  Non-traditional Manufacturing
g.  Robotics and Automation

a. Experienced & research oriented faculty with highest qualification of Ph.D. degree.
b. State of the art laboratories
c. Research as well as industry oriented curriculum due to ‘Autonomous’ status of the institute.
d. Wide range of subjects & open Electives in relation to the cutting-edge technology and present market demand.
e. Career opportunities: Production engineer, project engineer, quality control engineer, industrial engineer, supply chain manager, workshop manager, etc.
f. The Pro-active ‘Training and Placement Cell’ works towards all round grooming of the students so that they can face the challenge in today’s highly competitive entry level job market.
g. Dedicated office for alumni and international relations.
h. Conductive environment for research, innovation and entrepreneurship.
i. Several technical and non-technical Clubs; emphasis on holistic development of students through promotion of co-curricular activities and professional societies.
j. Vibrant campus life with 3000+ students.
k. Scope for higher studies (GATE/NET/TOEFL etc.) and other competitive exams guidance by experienced faculty along with partnered institutes.
l. Exclusive opportunities for industrial training and visit for gaining real-time experience of professional life.
m. Organization of one-day industry expert talk delivered by experienced industry professionals for motivating our students.

a. With Govt. of India campaigns like ‘Make in India’, ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ and ‘Vocal for Local’, Manufacturing sector in India is expected to boom by 2025.
b. In order to honour the expectation of the people of India, Indian manufacturing sectors need massive mechanization and proper management of resources.
c. This is required in order to meet the rapidly rising demands and global competition.
d. Industry 4.0 is revolutionizing manufacturing by providing manufacturers with the opportunity to utilize advanced manufacturing capabilities and information technology throughout the product life-cycle.
e. Smart manufacturing is becoming the norm in the industry.
f. Due to rapid increase in utilization of renewable energy in India, contribution of Mechanical Engineers will play a major role in development and refinement of present energy scenario in our country.

PEO 1: The Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Programme will develop solution of complex engineering problems related to the society in their profession and career.

PEO 2: The Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Programme will pursue continuing education.

PEO 3: The Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Programme will demonstrate and exemplify team work and ethical practices in their career.

  1. Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of science and mechanical engineering fundamentals.
  2. Ability to design and conduct experiments for complex mechanical engineering problems.
  3. Ability to design system, components, and process by meeting the constraints such as safety, public health and environment.
  4. Ability to communicate effectively using a variety of appropriate mediums.
  5. Ability to identify problem and formulate solution in mechanical engineering.
  6. Ability to use modern engineering tools to solve mechanical engineering problems.
  7. Ability to perform effectively in team working environment.
  8. Recognize the need to undertake life-long learning and acquire the capacity to do so.
  9. Comprehend global perspective on social, cultural and environmental responsibilities aligned with professional codes of ethics.
  10. Comprehend the principles of sustainable development.
  11. Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  12. Demonstrate understanding of project management and finance principles. 

PSO1: Ability to analyse and design physical systems and components using AUTOCAD, CATIA and ANSYS etc. software.

PSO2: To work professionally in manufacturing, design, thermal engineering and software industries.

Events in 2024

Expert Lecture on 13-03-2024
TPSDI JOjobera Visit on 17-11-2023
3d Printing Training on 12-12-2022


Advanced Manufacturing Lab

Applied Fluid Mechanics Lab

Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer Lab


Dynamics of Machines Lab

Graphics Lab

IC Engine Lab

Strength of Materials Lab




Student Achievements

Eastern India Science and Engineering Fair 2016,
BITM Kolkata

    Best Project Award

RACON 2015

   2nd Runners up

Eastern India Science and Engineering Fair 2015,
BITM Kolkata

   Special Innovative Project Award

International Workshop 2015,
IIT Guwahati

   3rd Best Poster award

ISHRAE Zonal Quiz 2015


International Workshop 2015
IIT, Guwahati

Best Poster award

Successful Alumni

Sattam Saha

Manufacturing Systems Engineer
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited, UK

Sagnik Ghosal

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland


Deputy Manager
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd

Ankur Sarkar

Deputy Manager
Mahindra and Mahindra

Faculty Members

Dr. Prasenjit Chatterjee

Dr. Prasenjit Chatterjee

Professor and Dean (Research & Consultancy)

MBA (Business Analytics), Mechanical Engineering

B.Tech (Gold Medalist), M.E., Ph.D.(Engg.)

Teaching Experience: 15 years

D.O.J. :  29.07.2010

Mr. Chaitanya Nandy

Mr. Chaitanya Nandy

Assistant Professor

Mechanical Engineering

B.E., M.E.
13 years experience


Mr. Biswajit Gayen

Mr. Biswajit Gayen

Assistant Professor

Mechanical Engineering

BME, M.E., Ph.D. (pursuing)

Teaching Experience: 12 years

D.O.J.:  20.07.2011

Dr. Soutrik Bose

Dr. Soutrik Bose

Assistant Professor

Mechanical Engineering

B. Tech, M.E., Ph.D.(Engg.)
Teaching Experience: 13 years

Industry Experience: 02 years

D.O.J.: 20.07.2012

Mr. Nabankur Mandal

Mr. Nabankur Mandal

Assistant Professor

Mechanical Engineering

B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D. (pursuing)

Teaching Experience: 6 years

D.O.J.:  15.02.2017

Dr. Abhijit Dutta

Dr. Abhijit Dutta

Assistant Professor & HOD

Mechanical Engineering

B.Tech, M.E., Ph.D. (Engg.)

Teaching Experience: 12 years

D.O.J.:  01.10.2018