Mechanical engineers work in just about every industry — from transportation and energy to consumer products and defence to biotechnology and healthcare. Focusing on a wide range of applications, mechanical engineers create, design, and build the next generation of products, devices, and systems; develop more efficient ways to do things; and create solutions to society’s greatest challenges, such as today’s looming environmental problems. Nearly every machine or process has benefited from the input of a mechanical engineer.
At the forefront of innovation from 1998, the RGPV’s Mechanical
Engineering program is a global leader in collaboration,
research, and education. Its world-class curriculum continues to
expand the frontiers of knowledge for the next generation of
leaders in mechanical engineering.
One of the most diverse fields of engineering, mechanical engineering focuses on project-based learning and broad research in areas such as autonomous vehicles, robotics, energy systems engineering, global health, and interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate studies in mechanical engineering to prepare our grads for successful careers in a wide range of fields.
Mechanical Engineering undergraduate program is built on the
fundamental principles of thermal and fluid sciences, solid
mechanics and materials, and dynamics and controls.
Our undergraduate students pursue research in a wide range of areas and disciplines, including:
Prof. Abhishek Singh