Program Overview

Masters of Engineering in Mechanical (with specialization in Machine Design)

Affiliated toDurationAcademic YearSanctioned IntakeExam Structure
Mumbai University
2 years, Full Time
2 semesters each
18Theory, Practical, Oral, Term Work

Mechanical Engineering has a challenging Master program with specialization of Machine Design that encompasses advanced study and research leading to the Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering for qualified graduates with backgrounds in engineering. The PG program curriculum involves Mechanical Vibration, Analysis and Synthesis of Mechanisms, Advanced stress analysis, System modeling and analysis, Statistical Techniques and Design of experiments and Optimization as core courses. Two elective courses per semester focus more on Analytical, Numerical and Experimental approaches. The PG programme aims to provide knowledge of theoretical subject learned with practical application using different labs such as Vibration Measurement and Analysis Lab, Finite Element Analysis lab, CAD/CAM/CIM Lab and Measurement and Virtual Instrument Lab.

Message from Head of Department, Mechanical Engineering

The above video depicts the working of a CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine. The Department of Mechanical Engineering is committed to support the students encouraging them with every facility possible. This rigor of the department towards new and upcoming technologies has led to the adaptation and incorporation of these technologies as part of the curriculum which is not even mandated by the University. Various such equipment are procured by the Department and are available for Under Graduate and Post Graduate students at their disposal.

PG program with Machine Design specialization prepares professionals for research and professional practice. The Department has well equipped laboratories for learning as well as solving real world industrial problems. The core faculty for Master course consists of reputed professors with high end teaching and or industry experience. Our PG programme educates competent engineering professionals who are equipped to work and lead in national, international companies and research organizations and well prepared for further doctoral studies. The objective of this program is to prepare graduates to provide the foundation for constructive design, production orientated tasks and functioning cooperatively within multi-disciplinary teams.


To establish a department of excellence in Mechanical Engineering encompassing design, manufacturing, and thermal sciences by providing high-quality education through teaching-learning process and research to meet the technological challenges.


To educate and prepare undergraduate students with theoretical and practical skills required for the successful career in mechanical and allied discipline with ethics and respect to the environment.

PEOs and PSOs

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To prepare students for advanced technologies available in the fields of finite element analysis, robotics, materials, manufacturing, automobile and thermal engineering.
  2. To educate students in design and development of mechanical products and systems that meet specified requirements by correlating theoretical and practical knowledge gained through various modelling applications and machines.
  3. To train students in various interdisciplinary subjects including management and communication to enhance interpersonal and leadership skillswhich will ultimately improve employability.
  4. To provide opportunity for students to develop real time projects by participating in professional bodies like SAE, e-Yantra, MESA.
  5. To motivate students for lifelong learning and pursuing their achievements, while retaining high ethical values through project and business management.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
The programme aims to develop in a graduate in Mechanical Engineering competencies, skills and abilities that would enable one to

  1. Analyse mechanical systems by conducting experimental studies and simulations.
  2. Solve complex problems in the domains of design, thermal, manufacturing and Interdisciplinary systems.
  3. Apply technical and managerial knowledge and skills to work as good team players in interdisciplinary projects.
  4. Identify new sources of renewable energy and contribute towards the society.

Course Outcomes

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