Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering (ME) is one of the most important branches of Engg. and can be said as mother branch. In JPIT College, we have the maximum no. of highly experienced faculty members. Almost all faculty members have a minimum  M Tech / M Sc (Engg) degree. Most of them have graduate and Master degree in Manufacturing, Design and Production technology. It has a blend of experience and young faculty members. About 60% of faculty members have prior working experiences in reputed industries like Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tinplate Company of India, Cable Company, HEC Ranchi, SAIL, HAL, Shipping, etc.

Vision :

To provide the nation with mechanical engineers having superior capability as well as reach the unreached technology of the field.

Mission :

To train students with best technical knowledge and generate in them the skills capable of providing society and industry with the present and future demands.
Mechanical Engineering is one of the most important core engineering department and a very broad branch of professional engineering. Mechanical engineers are found in almost every type of engineering activity and are involved in power generation, transportation systems for land, sea, and air, pollution control, environmental protection and, biomedical engineering. They are found in a wide range of industries which manufacture machinery and consumer goods. They design machinery, engines, vehicles, agricultural and mining equipment, ships and household appliances and maintain coal conveyor systems, building services, oil and gas pipelines, and port loading facilities. The great diversity of applications for mechanical engineers means they are much sought after in both commercial and industrial fields. The course offered by the institute is well blended in terms of theoretical and practical aspects.
For the undergraduate course, the institute curriculum covers areas in Mechanical systems design, Numerical Control, and Robotics, Energy Engineering, special techniques of casting, ERP, CAD/CAM, etc.

Laboratory facilities include:

  • Strength of material
  • Fluid mechanics/machinery
  • Engineering mechanics
  • IC Engines
  • Heat and Mass transfer