Department at a Glance

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Government Engineering College, Barton hill was established in the academic year 1999, offering a four-year B.Tech course in Mechanical Engineering. The annual intake is 60 students. The academic focus of the department is to impart state of the art technical knowledge to the students. Conceptual understanding supported with experimental knowledge moulds our students competent enough to face the technical challenges of our nation. The faculty of Mechanical Engineering are well qualified and academic as well as industrial expertise is not at dearth. Most of the faculty members have obtained higher qualifications from premier institutions, both national and international. Faculty members actively pursue research through students and many undertake projects funded through Govt. agencies.
Vision
  • Identify ourselves as a globally recognized department for its outstanding education, research, and outreach programs that transform our students into competent, innovative and socially responsible engineers.
Mission
  • Impart quality engineering education to students by providing scientific, technical and mathematical skills.
  • Impart training on leadership skills, communication skills and social awareness to transform the students into engineering professionals with integrity.
  • Nurture capabilities in research, innovation and sustainability to make the students globally competitive.
  • Network with renowned  institutions in industry, academics and research.

Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Government Engineering College, Barton hill was established in the academic year 1999, offering a four-year B.Tech course in Mechanical Engineering. The annual intake is 60 students. Department is planning to start an M.Tech course in Computational Mechanics and AICTE approval for the same is awaited. All the students are allotted from among the top ranked students of the Common Entrance Examination (CEE) conducted by the Govt. of Kerala. Many of the students bagged top ranks in the Kerala University. Most of the students passed out from the department are working in top ranked international and multinational companies. A number of students from the department pursue their higher studies at IITs and IIMs and also at top ranked foreign universities.

 

The academic focus of the department is to impart state of the art technical knowledge to the students. Conceptual understanding supported with experimental knowledge moulds our students competent enough to face the technical challenges of our nation. The faculty of Mechanical Engineering are well qualified and academic as well as industrial expertise is not at dearth. Most of the faculty members have obtained higher qualifications from premier institutions, both national and international. Faculty members actively pursue research through students and many undertake projects funded through Govt. agencies.

Courses Offered :
  • B.Tech Degree course in Mechanical Engineering
  • Lateral entry for diploma holders.

All the students are allotted from among the top ranked students of the Common Entrance Examination (CEE) conducted by the Govt. of Kerala. Many of the students bagged top ranks in the Kerala University. Most of the students passed out from the department are working in top ranked international and multinational companies. A number of students from the department pursue their higher studies at IITs and IIMs and also at top ranked foreign universities.

The Programme Education Objectives (PEOs) of the Department 
PEO1 To prepare students for successful careers in industry/ research/ academics/ administration and to become successful entrepreneurs.
PEO2 To train students with solid foundation in mathematics, science and engineering to develop innovative and sustainable solutions for engineering problems and new products.
PEO3 To equip students with the necessary skills, attitudes and ethics to undertake and execute challenging problems based on societal and environmental needs as well as to develop ability to relate engineering issues in a broader social context.
PEO4 To prepare students with capabilities for effective communication, management and team work through a multidisciplinary approach.
PEO5 To provide an environment that promotes leadership qualities, provides awareness to latest developments in engineering practices and creates a quest for lifelong learning.
Program Outcomes (POs)
PO Number Programme Outcomes
1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2 Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3 Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: 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.
5 Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
6 The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
7 Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
11 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
 
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
PSO No. PSOs
1 Apply scientific  and mathematical principles to the design, analysis and synthesis of  mechanical  engineering  systems
2 Apply modern management tools and mechanical engineering principles   to resolve complex industrial and real life problems
No. Name Designation Phone Email
 1 Dr. S.Anil Lal Professor 9447007935 anillal65@gmail.com
 2 Dr. Rajesh N.R. Associate Professor & Head 9497849848 rajeshnrtvm@gmail.com
 3 Dr. Suneesh S S Associate Professor 9495902548 sssuneesh@gmail.com
 4 Prof. Remesh S Associate Professor  9895342277  remeshnair2000@gmail.com
 5

Dr. Rakesh P

AssociateProfessor 8138031001 rakp73@gmail.com
 6 Satheesh Kumar S Associate  Professor  9496064680  satheeshgecb@gmail.com
 7 Anitha S Nair Assistant  Professor  94349318045  anithasnair94@rediffmail.com
 8 Gopa Kumar S Assistant  Professor  9496253060  sgopa.k@gmail.com
 9 Santhosh Kumar S V  Assistant  Professor  9446530385  svsunthoshkmr@gmail.com
 10 Ganesh J Assistant  Professor  9446421570  ganeshmd5@yahoo.co.in
 11 Prasanth V S Assistant  Professor  9446951642  prasanthvs@yahoo.com
 12 Jyothish Abraham Assistant  Professor  8281942432  jyothishaj@gmail.com
13 Dr. Anish K John Assistant  Professor  9446100541  anishkjohn@gmail.com
 14 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Adjunct  Faculty  9446551792  rameshkumar9446@gmail.com
 15 Gautham Chand M Assistant  Professor (Contract)  9497539880  gauthamchandm@gmail.com
 16 S L Rajesh Assistant  Professor (Contract)  7012469585  rajeshsl1598@gmail.com
 17 Rajeev V R Assistant  Professor(Contract)  9645217877  rajeevraju707@yahoo.in
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Sl.No. Name Designation Phone Email
1 S. Venugopal Trade Instructor 9048664393  
2 D. Sudheer Kumar Trade Instructor 9496254080  
3 Kaneesh.K Trade Instructor 9567275824 kaneeshkpsla@gmail.com
4 N. K Anil Kumar Trade Instructor 9495901855  
5 V.S. Sunil Krishnan Trade Instructor 9037355717 vssunilkrishnan@gmail.com
6 Babu R Trade Instructor 9446182660  
7 M. Fasaludheen Trade Instructor 9497781577 salmafasaludeen@gmail.com
8 Nishad S Trade Instructor 9567322443 nishadvipanchika@gmail.com
9 T. K Saji Kumar Tradesman 9387837928  
10 S Aneesh Tradesman 9895498059 aneeshskattakada@gmail.com
11 P S Shaiju Tradesman 9961449871 ps.shaiju@gmail.com
12 V S Vijin Tradesman 8281248815 vijinvs4@gmail.com
13 S Shameer Tradesman 9446294995 kssminnath@gmail.com
14 Lalu D S Tradesman 9446144266 laluds1001@gmail.com
15 Sajeev V Tradesman 9847904355 sajeevkunnil76@gmail.com
 

Our department library has over 280 books

It is spread over 3 bookshelves and text books and seminar reports and project reports

Complimentary copies received from publishers and donated by faculty/ students are kept in the department library

location is HOD(ME) room

books are lend to students as well as faculty for reference.

Facilities- Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering has six laboratories. This include Computer aided Design Lab, Mechanical Engineering Lab, Thermal Engineering Lab, Strength of Materials Lab and Engineering Workshop. IC Engines Lab and Fluid Mechanics & Machines Lab are nearing completion.

 a)    Computer Aided Design Laboratory (CAD Lab):

This lab has altogether 37 numbers of latest Core2Duo desktops and workstations. Other facilities include network printers, scanners and multimedia projectors. The design software available includes AutoDesk Inventor, SolidEdge and AutoCAD. Finite Element software ANSYS is used for the numerical computations. Computer Aided Drafting and Modeling Lab of Third semester and Cad Analysis Lab of sixth semester are conducted in this laboratory.

 b)    Mechanical Engineering Laboratory: 

Main facilities of this lab include CNC machines (both lathe and milling machines), Toolmaker’s microscope, profile projectors, sine bar and other measuring instruments. PLC programmer and Hydraulic power pack are the new additions in this lab. Programmable Robotic Arm will soon join the list.Mechanical Engineering Lab of seventh semester is conducted in this lab.

c)    Thermal Engineering Laboratory:

This lab has heat transfer, refrigeration and air conditioning experimental setups. Heat transfer experiments include free convection, forced convection, composite wall, and heat exchange apparatus. Performance study setup on blowers and multistage compressors are also available. Thermal engineering lab of seventh semester is conducted in this lab.

d)    Strength of Materials Laboratory:

This facility include universal testing machine, spring testing machine, hardness-testing machine and impact test machine.  Torsion meter, torsion pendulum and moment of inertia setups are also included. Civil Engineering lab of third semester is conducted in this lab.

 e)    Engineering Workshop:

All branch of students of this college perform workshop experiments in the first year of UG course. Workshop includes carpentry, sheet metal, smithy, plumbing, fitting, welding and foundry sections.

Academic

Department of Mechanical Engineering  offers 4 year B.Tech. Program in  Mechanical Engineering. All the students are alloted through Kerala Engineering Entrance Examination from among highly ranked candidates.M.Tech Course in  Machine Design commenced from the academic year 2012-2013.

Research 

Contact mechanics/ TribologyCombined oscillatory and rotary engineFracture MechanicsFluid MechanicsParallel computing Optimization Operations Research

Contact

Dr. Rajesh N.R. Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering & HOD Government Engineering College Barton Hill Kunnukuzhi,Thiruvananthapuram Pin-695035.