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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 situations with a practical teaching-learning approach covering advanced technologies, software, hardware & computers 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 opportunities 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 careers 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.

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    Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

    PEO 1: Analyze mechanical systems with design engineering, thermal engineering, manufacturing, and allied engineering concepts by applying mathematics and sciences.

    PEO 2: Demonstrate multi-disciplinary knowledge to analyze, interpret and create solutions to real-life mechanical engineering problems.

    PEO 3: Embrace capability to expand horizons beyond engineering for creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

    PEO 4: Imbibe ethics and professionalism to act responsibly towards social and environmental issues with a focus on welfare of humanity.

    Program Outcomes (PO)

    Graduates will be able to:

    PO 1: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals to solve complex problems in the different mechanical engineering fields.

    PO 2: Identify, formulate, review, and analyse complex engineering problems by using appropriate mathematical and scientific methods, tools, and techniques to evaluate solutions and reach substantiated conclusions by using the domain knowledge of mechanical engineering.

    PO 3: Design appropriate mechanical systems and prototypes through analysis of various components by working within the constraints which may include parameters encompassing social, economic, environmental, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability components.

    PO 4: 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 related to mechanical engineering problems.

    PO 5: Apply appropriate techniques and tools to solve complex mechanical engineering problems by effective usage of IT resources with an understanding of the limitations.

    PO 6: Apply contextual knowledge and appropriate reasoning to assess societal, safety, legal, and cultural issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

    PO 7: Understand the impact of mechanical engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

    PO 8: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of professional engineering practice.

    PO 9: Function effectively as a reliable and responsible individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

    PO 10: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities specifically with the vast engineering community and in general with the society at large and should be able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations using various tools, and give out and receive clear instructions.

    PO 11: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the mechanical engineering area as well as in all interdisciplinary engineering fields and should be able to effectively apply management principles to manage large-scale projects.

    PO 12: Recognize the need for and importance of learning advanced technologies and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change through both online and offline modes.

    Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

    PSO 1: Demonstrate mechanical engineering knowledge to understand, design, apply and solve engineering problems related to the Automobile sector.

    PSO 2: Analyse and design manufacturing automation, robotics, and mechatronic systems within realistic constraints.


    (Course category wise credit distribution across semesters)

    Semester Course Category Credits
    Category Semester
    Semester I Co-Curricular
    Perspective – School
    Skill – School
    Foundation – School
    Semester II Co-Curricular
    Perspective – School
    Skill – School
    Foundation – School
    Foundation – Department specific
    Core – Lab
    ST-I Practice School-1 Audit
    Semester III Co-Curricular
    Perspective – School
    Skill – School
    Foundation – Department Specific
    Core – Classroom
    Core – Lab
    Semester IV Co-Curricular
    Perspective – School
    Skill – Student Specific
    Foundation – Department Specific
    Core – Classroom
    Core – Lab
    ST-II Practice School – II 4 4
    Semester V Co-Curricular
    Perspective – Student
    Specific Core – Classroom
    Core – Lab
    Core – Seminar / Case Studies
    Semester VI Practice School – III 14 14
    Semester VII Perspective – Student Specific Core
    Elective – Classroom
    Core Elective – Major Project Open
    Elective – Classroom / Lab
    Semester VIII Core Elective – Classroom
    Core Elective – Major Project
    Open Elective – Classroom / Lab


    Sem Category Sub-Category Course Title Credits
    1 Co-Curricular 1
    1 Perspective School Joy of Engineering-1 3
    1 Skill School Engineering Ethics 1
    1 School Communication Skills 1
    1 Foundation School Mathematics-1 (calculus & differential equation) 2
    1 School Physics for Engineers 2
    1 School Computer Programming 2
    1 School Introduction to Sensors, Actuators & IoT 2
    1 Program Specific Matlab 2
    1  Core Program Specific Engineering Graphics 2
    1 Program Specific Engineering Materials 2
    1 Lab Material’s Testing Lab-1 0.5
          Semester Total 20.5

    Sem Category Sub-Category Course Title Credits
    2 Co-Curricular 1
    2 Perspective School Joy of Engineering – II 3
    2 School Environmental Studies 2
    2 Skill School Technical Report Writing 2
    2  Foundation Program Specific Basics of Electrical Engineering 1
    2 Program Specific Basics of Electronics Engineering 2
    2 Core Program Specific Elements of Manufacturing 2
    2 Program Specific Engineering Thermodynamics 2
    2 Program Specific Engineering Mechanics 3
    2 Foundation Program Specific Basics of Electrical Engineering Lab 0.5
          Semester Total 18.5
    ST1 Practice School Practice School –I Audit

    Sem Category Sub-Category Course Title Credits
    3 Co-Curricular 1
    3 Skill School Etiquettes and Conversational Skills 2
    3 Foundation Program Specific  Mathematics-II (Probability & Statistics) 2
    3 Program Specific  Data Structures and Algorithms 2
    3  Core Classroom  Strength of Materials-1 2
    3 Classroom  Applied Engineering Thermodynamics 2
    3 Classroom  Kinematics of Machines 2
    3 Classroom  Computer Aided Design (CAD) 2
    3 Classroom Machine Drawing 2
    3 Classroom  Fluid Mechanics 2
    3 Core Lab  Fluid Mechanics Lab 0.5
    3 Lab Kinematics of Machines Lab 0.5
    3   Lab CAD Lab 0.5
          Semester Total 20.5

    Sem Category Sub-Category Course Title Credits
    4 Co-Curricular 1
    4 Perspective School Global Energy: Politics, Markets and Policy 1
    4 School Design Thinking 2
    4 Skill Program Specific Magic in Mechanical Engg. – Product Development 2
    4 Core Classroom Dynamics of Machines 2
    4 Classroom Casting & welding of Metals 3
    4 Classroom Metrology & Measurements 2
    4 Classroom Strength of Materials-2 2
    4 Classroom Operations Research 2
    4 Classroom Fluid Machines 2
    4  Core Lab Fluid Machines Lab 0.5
    4 Lab Dynamics of Machines Lab 0.5
    Semester Total 20
    (Audit course) Python  2
    ST1 Practice School Practice School –II 4

    Sem Category Sub-Category Course Title Credits
    5 Co-Curricular 1
    5 Perspective School Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2
    5 Skill Student Specific Seminar/ case study 2
    5 Core Classroom Machine Design-1 2
    5 Classroom Industrial Engineering 2
    5 Classroom Heat Transfer 3
    5 Classroom Metal Cutting & Forming 2
    5 Classroom Advanced Structural Materials 1
    5 Classroom Internal Combustion Engines 1.5
    5 Core Elective Classroom Core Elective-1 (Specialization specific) 3
    5 Core Lab Hydraulics & Pneumatics Lab 0.5
    5 Lab Manufacturing Lab 1
    5 Lab Material’s Testing Lab-2 0.5
    Semester Total 21.5

    Sem Category Sub-Category Course Title Credits
    6 Practice School Practice School-III 14
    Semester Total 14

    Sem Category Sub-Category Course Title Credits
    7 Perspective Student Specific 1
    7 Core Classroom Refrigeration & Air conditioning 3
    7 Classroom Hybrid & Electrical Automobiles 3
    7 Classroom Machine Design-2 2
    7 Classroom Production Planning & Control 2
    7 Core Elective Classroom Core Elective-2 (Specialization specific) 3
    7 Core Elective Classroom Core Elective-3 (Specialization specific) 3
    7 Core Lab Finite Element Analysis Lab 1
    7 Open Elective Classroom Open Elective 3
    Semester Total 21

    Sem Category Sub-Category Course Title Credits
    8  Core  Classroom Automation with PLC 2
    8 Classroom Advanced Manufacturing Processes 2
    8 Core Elective Classroom Core Elective-4 (Specialization specific) 3
    8 Classroom Core Elective-5(Specialization specific) 3
    8 Open Elective Classroom Open Elective-1 3
    8 Classroom Open Elective-2 3
    Semester Total 16
    Program Total 156

    [4] [Basic] Core Electives Courses

    1 Additive Manufacturing
    2 Bio-Mechanics
    3 Composite Materials
    4 Computational Fluid Dynamics
    5 Computational Modeling of Mechanics of Materials
    6 Finite Element Method
    7 Material Characterization
    8 Material Processing
    9 Mechanical Vibrations
    10 Product Design
    11 Supply Chain Management
    12 Surface Engineering
    13 Tribology

    [5] Course Baskets for Core Specialization (elective course baskets)

    Specialization: Automobile Engineering [AE]

    1 Automotive Chassis and Suspension
    2 Automotive Components and Assembly Drawing
    3 Automotive Control Engineering
    4 Automotive Electrical and Electronics System
    5 Automotive Pollution Control and Alternative Fuels
    6 Automotive Structures and Design
    7 Automotive Transmission Systems
    8 Battery Engineering
    9 Vehicle Body Engineering and Aerodynamics
    10 Vehicle Dynamics
    11 Automotive Materials and Processes
    12 Fuel Cells and Energy Storage

    Specialization: Robotics & Automation [R&A]

    1 Drives and Control Systems
    2 Human Machine Interface
    3 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
    4 Industrial Automation
    5 Kinematics and Dynamics of Robots
    6 Mechatronic Systems Design
    7 Advanced Robotics
    8 Automation and Robotics
    9 Electromechanical System Design
    10 Digital System Design
    11 Sensors Network
    12 Control Theory

    Specialization: Data Science and Artificial Intelligence [DS & AI]

    1 Audio and Speech Processing
    2 Data Mining
    3 Computer Vision
    4 Deep Learning
    5 Image Processing
    6 Information Retrieval
    7 Natural Language Processing and Text Analytics
    8 Soft Computing
    9 Advanced Machine Learning
    10 Time Series Analysis
    11 Modeling and Data processing for Biomedical Engineering
    12 Data Visualization
    13 Social Network Analysis
    14 Pattern Recognition
    15 R Programming
    16 Robotics, Autonomy, and Connected Systems
    17 Interaction Design
    18 Machine learning for modeling of dynamical system
    19 Big Data Analytics

    Specialization: Cyber Security [CS]

    1 Cloud Computing
    2 Cyber Forensics
    3 Cloud Security
    4 Mobile Security
    5 IoT Security
    6 Information Security
    7 Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing
    8 Malware Analysis
    9 Cyberspace Operations and Design
    10 Security Attack and Defense
    11 Online Social network and Security
    12 Security Audit
    13 Cyber Threat Intelligence
    14 Security Risk Analysis
    15 Information Retrieval
    16 Blockchain
    17 Applied Cryptography
    18 Cyber security tools and cyber-attacks


    Specialization: Internet of Things [IoT]
    1 Embedded System
    2 Control Systems
    3 Sensor, Actuators and Programming in IoT
    4 Wearable and Body Area Network
    5 IoT Using RFID and microcontroller
    6 Applications of IoT in Robotics
    7 Communications and Networking Technologies for IoT
    8 IoT in Big Data
    9 Industrial and Medical IoT
    10 5G and IoT
    11 IoT in healthcare
    12 IoT architecture and technologies
    13 IoT interface design and protocols Architecting smart IoT devices
    14 Security in IoT
    15 IoT Testbed
    16 Google Cloud IoT platform
    17 IoT automation
    18 Processors and Peripherals
    19 IoT Architecture and Protocols
    20 Mobile Application Development for IoT
    21 Data Management in IoT
    22 Any other course on recent development

    The department offers Minor Specialization in following areas:

    1 Computational Linguistics
    2 Cyber-Physical Systems
    3 Computational Mathematics
    4 Energy Harvesting and Storage
    5 Functional English
    6 Liberal Arts
    7 Material Science
    8 Nanotechnology
    9 VLSI Design
    Minor Program: Computational Mathematics
    1 Advanced Numerical methods/ Numerical Linear Algebra
    2 Computational Geometry
    3 Design and Analysis of Experiments
    4 Industrial Statistics
    5 Mathematical Finance
    6 Mathematical Modelling in Industry
    7 Number Theory and Cryptography
    8 Numerical solution of PDE’s
    9 Probability theory and Monte Carlo simulation
    10 Time Series Analysis and Dynamical Modelling

    Minor Program: Energy Harvesting and Storage

    1 Biofuels
    2 Characterization Techniques for Energy Materials and Devices
    3 Fuel Cell, Li- ion Battery and Supercapacitors
    4 Hydrogen Energy
    5 Renewable and Non-renewable Energy
    6 Solar Energy


    Minor Program: Functional English

    1 Critical Reasoning, Writing and Presentation
    2 Culture and Civilization
    3 Introduction to Theatre Studies
    4 Landmarks in English Literature
    5 Media Studies
    6 Methodology Functional Language

    Minor Program: Liberal Arts

    1 Cultures of Computing
    2 Geo-politics and Geo-economics
    3 Indian Political System
    4 Living Arts and Literature
    5 Public Administration
    6 Science, Technology and Public Policy

    Minor Program: Material Science

    1 Computational Materials Science
    2 Energy Materials
    3 Engineering Materials
    4 Materials Characterization
    5 Science and Engineering of Composite Materials
    6 Science and Engineering of Light Weight materials for Transportation applications
    7 Surface Engineering

    Minor Program: Nanotechnology

    1 Applications of Nanotechnology
    2 Bio Nanomaterials
    3 Computational Materials Science
    4 Micro and Nano systems
    5 Nano Metrology
    6 Synthesis and Fabrication of Nano Materials

    Minor Program: VLSI Design

    1 Advanced VLSI Design
    2 Analog CMOS Design
    3 Design for Testability
    4 Hardware Software Co-Design
    5 IC Technology
    6 Low Power CMOS VLSI Circuit Design
    7 Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)
    8 RF Microelectronics
    9 System on Chip Design
    10 VLSI Digital Signal Processing System

    Please Note: The course curriculum is subject to revision.

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