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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Department of Assam Engineering College, Jalukbari is the pioneer in the state of Assam, offering techno-managerial education under the aegis of State Technical Education, Government of Assam. It was the result of a far-sighted realization of the past leaders to develop technical manpower in the post independent Assam and to raise the standard of living of the people of the whole North Eastern region by way of industrialization. As such the Mechanical Engineering Department came into existence in 1957, after the emergence of Assam Engineering College at Jalukbari in an atmosphere of semi-urban environment. Since then, time has remained as the silent spectator for the relentless service provided by it to the country and other parts of the globe, despite many ups and downs in its stride. The department feels proud that many of its alumni are bringing laurels to the state of Assam, not only in engineering but also in other fields as well.
At the moment, MED is providing post-graduate course as well as research in various fields of Mechanical Engineering. Moreover, new undergraduate department on Industrial & Production Engineering (IPE) is being attached to MED since 1997, using the resources of Mechanical Engineering. The department has successfully celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 2007, with all round involvement of its faculties, staff, students and alumni. The present impetus is towards the modernization of its existing facilities, including the laboratories, workshops and research amenities for providing state of the art education in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
To build professionally competent Mechanical Engineers capable of contributing towards development of the nation and betterment of the society. 
1) To generate academic atmosphere conducive for developing soft skills, teamwork, leadership & entrepreneurship upheld by professional ethics and committed to sustainable development of the nation.
2) To provide high quality education for undergraduate programme in Mechanical Engineering and for higher study by adopting strategic approach in curriculum design and teaching methodology.
3)To promote acquisition of new knowledge and skill by collaborating with institutes of excellence and industries.
4)To generate new knowledge by creative thinking and innovative research targeted at the needs of the society and also North East India.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Program educational objectives describe the expected accomplishments of graduates during the first few years after graduation.

1) Graduate engineers will develop effective technical expertise in Mechanical Engineering upholding ethical & moral values in practice and public life.

2) Graduate engineers will apply their innovative thinking and problem solving capability in social and professional life, exhibiting leadership by communication and teamwork.

3) Graduate engineers will be proficient in continuing their higher studies, professional development courses and research.

4) Graduate engineers will be capable of mobilizing human and physical resources to their fullest extent in organizations for holistic development.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

1) Mechanical Engineers would be able to identify, analyze and solve Mechanical Engineering problems as well as problems of allied engineering streams for meaningful implementation.

2) Mechanical engineers would be able to apply the basic principles of engineering in various engineering problems by engaging themselves in research work.

3)Mechanical engineers would be able to cater to the fast changing needs of industry, society and the country.

The department has got well equipped laboratories of integrated mechanics, meteorology, computerized numeric control (CNC), heat engine, fluid mechanics, instrumentation, material science, modern I. C. engine and a workshop.
The course is designed to develop appropriate skills and impart comprehensive knowledge in the field of mechanical engineering. It covers pure engineering subjects viz., mechanics, engineering design and graphics, thermal engineering, fluid mechanics, material science and manufacturing processes. The course also includes four-week compulsory summer training in the pre-final year.
Major Area of Focus
The department also offers specialization in I. C. Engines, refrigeration and air conditioning, hydraulic machinery, compressors and gas turbines, CAD, CAM, operation research and machine tools. The recent additions to the list of specialization are Robotics and Finite element methods in engineering.