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    The Mechanical Engineering (ME) syllabus of BMU covers all aspects of core Mechanical Engineering (design, thermal, manufacturing & industrial) to specialization in a specific domain (design, thermal, manufacturing, Industrial, automation, mechatronics, robotics, CAD, CAM, CAE etc.). This is along with ethics, language, cultural & prospective courses from basic to advanced level with theory and practical with hands-on learning and ‘learning by doing’ approach along with their applicability to build and enhance the career of a professional Mechanical Engineer.

    The course curriculum is heavily engineered to line up with the present and future industrial needs. In discussion with national & international experts from industry & academia, the syllabus of each course in the curriculum is designed to provide in-depth theoretical knowledge with their application in real-life situation with practical teaching-learning approach covering advanced technologies, software, hardware & computer applications in the course.

    We give flexibility to students to choose his/ her own set of courses with a fractural credit system. In our curriculum, we offer perspective, foundation, core, core electives & open electives courses. These are school, department and student-specific, having theoretical and lab courses with practice school and co-curricular activities to completely transform an intermediate science student into a professional engineer.
    The course focuses on dedicated & engineered coursework to enhance the creativity, sequencing and problem-solving skills of the students. The course also aims to develop competency and proficiency of global industry standards among students through real-time learning opportunity via the Practice School.

    During the Practice School sessions, students get a chance to interact with industry experts while working on real-time projects and gain significant industry insights along with adequate on-site technical experience. Students also get an opportunity to build a network of industry professionals, mentors and references that will guide them, to advance in their professional career quickly.

    This multidimensional and innovative curriculum strives to develop all-around project management skills such as planning, organizing, directing and controlling to help the students to develop into highly qualified professionals.

    PROGRAM STRUCTURE

    (Course category wise credit distribution across semesters)

    SemesterCourse CategoryCredits
    CategorySemester
    Semester ICo-Curricular
    Perspective – School
    Skill – School
    Foundation – School
    1
    2
    3
    15
    21
    Semester IICo-Curricular
    Perspective – School
    Skill – School
    Foundation – School
    Foundation – Department specific
    Core – Lab
    1
    4
    2
    6
    6
    2
    21
    ST-IPractice School-1Audit
    Semester IIICo-Curricular
    Perspective – School
    Skill – School
    Foundation – Department Specific
    Core – Classroom
    Core – Lab
    1
    2
    2
    6
    9
    2
    22
    Semester IVCo-Curricular
    Perspective – School
    Skill – Student Specific
    Foundation – Department Specific
    Core – Classroom
    Core – Lab
    1
    2
    2
    3
    12
    2
    22
    ST-IIPractice School – II44
    Semester VCo-Curricular
    Perspective – Student
    Specific Core – Classroom
    Core – Lab
    Core – Seminar / Case Studies
    1
    2
    14
    2
    2
    21
    Semester VIPractice School – III1414
    Semester VIIPerspective – Student Specific Core
    Elective – Classroom
    Core Elective – Major Project Open
    Elective – Classroom / Lab
    1
    9
    2
    3
    15
    Semester VIIICore Elective – Classroom
    Core Elective – Major Project
    Open Elective – Classroom / Lab
    6
    3
    6
    15

    Syllabus

    CategoryCourse TitleTotal Credits
    Co-CurricularCo-curricular activities1
    PerspectiveJoy of Engineering2
    SkillCommunication Skills1
    Technical Report Writing2
    FoundationCalculus for Engineers2
    Ordinary Differential Equations2
    Engineering Chemistry1
    Physics for Engineers2
    Basic Electrical Engineering2
    Computer Programming2
    Fundamentals of Data Science2
    Programming Lab1
    Data Science Lab1
    Semester Total21

    CategoryCourse TitleTotal Credits
    Co-CurricularCo-curricular activities1
    PerspectiveEngineering Ethics2
    Environmental Studies2
    SkillCoding Skills2
    FoundationEngineering Graphics2
    Introduction to Sensors and IoT2
    Electrochemistry & Energy Storage1
    Automation and Industry 4.01
    FoundationDigital Manufacturing1
    Linear Algebra2
    Engineering Mechanics2
    Elements of Manufacturing1
    CoreWorkshop Practice1.5
    Introduction to MATLAB0.5
    Semester Total21
    Practice SchoolPractice School –IAudit

    CategoryCourse TitleTotal Credits
    Co-CurricularCo-curricular activities1
    SkillEtiquettes and Conversational Skills2
    PerspectiveCritical Reasoning and Design Thinking2
    FoundationEngineering Thermodynamics2
    Probability and Statistics2
    Fluid Mechanics2
    CoreMetallic Materials2
    Physical Metallurgy2
    Mechanics of Materials-I2
    Casting and welding of Metals3
    CoreMaterials Testing Lab1
    Lab Fluid Mechanics Lab1
    Semester Total22

    CategoryCourse TitleTotal Credits
    Co-CurricularCo-curricular activities1
    PerspectiveGlobal Energy: Politics, Markets and Policy1
    Innovation and Entrepreneurship1
    SkillStudent specific course from available ones2
    FoundationOperations Research1.5
    Numerical Methods1.5
    CoreMechanics of Materials-II2
    Metal Cutting and Forming2
    Hydraulic Machines2
    CAD2
    Heat and Mass Transfer3
    Industrial Engineering1
    CoreManufacturing Lab-II1
    CAD Lab1
    Total22
    Practice SchoolPractice School –II4

    CategoryCourse TitleTotal Credits
    Co-CurricularCo-curricular activities1
    PerspectiveStudent specific2
    CoreKinematics of Machines1.5
    Dynamics of Machines2
    Machine Design-11.5
    Machine Design-II2
    IC Engines2
    Production Planning and Control1.5
    Metrology and Instrumentation2
    Power and Refrigeration Systems1.5
     CoreThermal Engineering Lab1
    Simulation Lab1
     CoreSeminar / Case Studies2
    Semester total credits21

    CategoryCourse TitleTotal Credits
    Practice SchoolPractice School14
    Semester total credits14

    CategoryCourse TitleTotal Credits
    PerspectiveStudent specific1
    Core electiveClassroom3
    Classroom3
    Classroom3
    Core electiveMajor-project2
    Open electiveClassroom/ lab3
    Semester total credits15

    CategoryCourse TitleTotal Credits
    Core electiveClassroom3
    Classroom3
    Core electiveMajor-project3
    Open electiveClassroom/ lab3
    Classroom/ lab3
    Semester total credits15
    Program Total155

    Course Title
    Robotics
    Mechatronics
    CAM
    Production Planning & Control
    Instrumentation
    Control System
    Non-destructive Testing
    Turbo-machines
    Automobile Engineering
    Finite Element Method
    Supply Chain Management
    Energy Conversion
    Mechanical Vibrations
    Introduction to CFD
    Flexible Manufacturing
    Bio-Mechanics
    Alternative fuel for transportation
    Tribology
    Fracture mechanics
    MEMS
    NEMS
    Renewable Energy
    Quality Control
    Micro Machining
    Artificial Intelligence

    Please Note: The course curriculum is subject to revision.

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