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Mechanical Engineering is the application of problem-solving techniques and theoretical principles of engineering for the designing and manufacturing of the marketplace for any object. Mechanical engineers are considered experts in analyzing their work using the principles of force, energy, and motion. They do the needful to ensure that the designs function efficiently, reliably, and safely all at a competitive cost.

Mechanical engineering encompasses a collation of creativity, knowledge, and analytical tools for accomplishing the difficult tasks of shaping the idea into reality. Mechanical Engineering subjects include automobile engineering, manufacturing engineering, power plant engineering, thermal engineering, and mechatronics engineering which is a fusion of electrical, computer, and mechanical engineering.

JSCOE Mechanical Engineering Department was established in 2004 offers UG, PG & Ph.D. programs. This department is specially known for excellence in academics, acquiring research projects & placements.

The department has bagged gold medals in the university examination for three consecutive years and created a record. The Department has well equipped laboratories including a state-of-art research center.

The department has completed projects as also a few are in progress in collaboration with IITs, ONGC, and ISRO etc. under the research laboratory. Student innovation club “Discovery” in the department promotes students to work on real-time industry projects.

The Mechanical Department has won several National Level Project Competition awards like; Most Popular Project Award 2019 (Prize of Rs. 1 Lakh) - KPIT, Best Design & Aesthetic Award 2019 “ Auto India Racing Championship 2019” Second Prize in Hackethon 2019 and .., etc , Students are placed in core companies like Tata Motors, Piaggo, John Deere, Vishay as well as software industries like TCS, Infosys, L&T etc. with a highest package of 12 lakhs per year and an average package of 3.5 lakhs per year.

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering. It is also referred to as the ‘mother’ branch of engineering. Another appealing feature of mechanical engineering is that the application base of this field of study is extremely broad and diverse. Almost all inventions during the ancient period and a vast majority in the modern era are direct contributions of one or the other application of mechanics.

Traditionally, mechanical engineers have to deal with concepts such as mechanics, thermodynamics, robotics, kinematics, structural analysis, fluid mechanics and many others. These concepts are applied in the process of designing state-of-the-art manufacturing units, different types of motor vehicles, aircraft and aerospace parts and a vast assortment of industrial machinery. Mechanical engineers also contribute in the development of various engines, power plant equipment, heating and cooling systems and other simple and complex machinery. Mechanical engineers not only design new mechanical systems but they are also responsible for testing, maintaining and manufacturing them.

The aforementioned are the conventional roles and responsibilities of mechanical engineers. However, times have changed. Nowadays the scope of mechanical engineering is expanding beyond its traditional boundaries. Mechanical engineers are focusing their attention towards new areas of research such as nanotechnology, development of composite materials, biomedical applications, environmental conservation, etc.

After successful completion of the graduate program, you can go for the two-year masters program in mechanical engineering or ME/MTech. If you are interested in pursuing a post-graduate programme in mechanical engineering from any of the IITs, then you must appear for the Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineers (GATE). Since mechanical engineering is the broadest of all engineering fields, the job prospects on offer for skilled mechanical engineers are aplenty and unending. Mechanical engineers are required to design, test, manufacture, install, operate and maintain a wide array of machines and mechanical systems that are used in countless industries. These professionals can find employment both in the government and private sector undertakings.

Major industries that employ mechanical engineers include automobiles, space research, aeronautical, energy and utilities, air conditioning, bio-mechanical industry. Other major employers include giant manufacturing plants, air conditioning and refrigeration industry, turbine manufacturing plants, oil and gas exploration and refining industries and the agricultural sector. In the government sector, mechanical engineers can provide their knowledge to various government run projects in the role of technical experts and consultants. They can also work in private engineering companies that provide technical consultancy to both government and corporate firms. These engineers can also hold high managerial positions in government as well as private sector organizations according to their field of expertise and educational qualifications.

If you’re considering studying mechanical engineering at NAAC accredited institute JSPM’s JSCOE, Hadapsar, Pune which is affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University was ranked 601-800 in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings of 2018, as well as 188 in Asia and 143 among BRICS & Emerging Economies University Rankings in 2017. The QS World University Rankings of 2018 ranked it 207 in Asia. But are yet to make your final decision, read on for some top benefits to studying this fascinating subject.

Mechanical engineering is a blend of maths, science and computing. Mechanical engineers are responsible for building the world as we know it. From the smallest nanotechnology to society’s largest constructions such as buildings, cars, and space stations, mechanical engineers are key in their design and development.

Of the engineering disciplines, mechanical engineering is the broadest, allowing you an insight into the other subjects and, as a result, the most diverse career choices. Unlike other degree programmes, mechanical engineering covers a wide-ranging syllabus, allowing you to learn a variety of skills that are relevant to many types of employment. A qualified professional uses maths and science concepts to design anything requiring moving parts. They might work on anything from cars to heating systems. This degree programme will likely involve modules in maths, science and design. You’ll learn through laboratory projects, research, fieldwork, and lectures and seminars.

Typical modules may include:

  • Manufacturing
  • Design
  • Thermal
  • Allied

Mechanical engineering is a discipline that applies the principles of engineering to the design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of machines. It paves the way for you to have a lucrative career that benefits you and the society. If you have a passion for Mathematics and Physics, you can choose to study mechanical engineering because it will help sharpen your skills in the design, research and manufacturing of equipment, aircraft and other vehicles. It will also hone your analytical and logical thinking skills. As a mechanical engineer, you will be highly valued for your transferable and invention skills. After finishing mechanical engineering from department, JSPM’s JSCOE, Hadapsar.

  • TCS
  • Mahindra CIE
  • Piaggio
  • Haier
  • Kirloskar Chillers
  • JARO
  • PinClick
  • Talentio
  • CINIF Tech Ltd
  • KPIT
  • Amazon
  • Infosys
  • Mphasis
  • Hudl
  • GTT Barclay
  • Rubicons
  • Seventh Sense
  • DXC Technologies
  • Square Yard
  • Quest
  • Raam Group
  • Jayashree Polymers
  • Global Step
  • Vitesco Technological India Pvt Ltd Pune
  • Advik Hi Tech Ltd
  • Shri Gajanan Industries
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Flash Electronics
  • Qspider
  • Raam Group
  • Square Yard

  • Good Infrastructure and well equipped resources.
  • Customized ERP system (Moodle) for effective administration, data analysis and for collecting feedback.
  • Student centric functioning with the help of mentoring and student counseling through teacher – guardian scheme.
  • Sponsored projects from industry and research institutes.
  • MoU with industries for internship for student sponsored projects.
  • Emphasis on teaching–learning process and ambience for academics and personal development.
  • Overall development of students through participation in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities like BAJA, SUPRA, GOKART and national and international competitions like Robo-War.