Department of Mechanical Engineering

The graduates from the department are motivated and trained to become excellent engineers in the world class mechanical and automobile companies

Welcome to Department of Mechanical engineering of SRIET established in 2011 that has been transforming generation of budding aspirants into accomplished engineers creating a generation of transformational engineers, technocrats, leaders for business and society in a unique academic setting, which fosters professional excellence and nurtures core values for fulfilling life.

We have pooled together some of the most well-known academicians, executives, innovators, philanthropists, researchers, and scientists to guide us in this noble endeavor to meet the micro and nano mechanical design issues and computer aided manufacturing challenges with the state of the art numerical controlled machines and sophisticated pneumatic engines in our workshops. The graduates from the department are motivated and trained to become excellent engineers in the world class mechanical and automobile companies


To elevate the students through innovation in engineering aspects and influential leadership.


To provide high quality technical education, strongly integrated with human values.

Program Outcomes

Understanding of design as well as to analyze and interpret data related to mechanical engineering

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve mechanical engineering problems and design the mechanical engineering projects

An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams and related activities

An ability to formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems

Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility while discharging mechanical engineering related works

Able to communicate and present the mechanical engineering concepts effectively

Acquiring broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

Ability to engage in life-long learning to update the knowledge in mechanical engineering field

An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for mechanical engineering practice and project management.


Engineering Practices Laboratory consists of Manufacturing Technological Laboratory I, Manufacturing Technology Laboratory II and Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory. The first two help the learners gain thorough knowledge on working of general purpose machine tools and various manufacturing processes. Besides, various metal cutting operations, with commonly used machine tools. The third one deals with fluid flow phenomena and various types of pumps and turbines.

Strength of Materials Laboratory is to supplement the theoretical knowledge gained in mechanics of solids with practical testing for determining the strength of materials under externally applied loads. Enabling the students helps to have a clear understanding of the design for strength and stiffness.

Thermal Engineering Lab – I helps them become familiar with commercial engines and understand the functioning of the two-stroke and four stroke engines along the performance and functioning of the boiler and turbine

Dynamics Lab deals with static force analysis and dynamic force analysis of mechanisms and the undesirable effects of imbalances in rotors and engines besides the concept of vibratory systems and their analysis.

Metrology & Measurements Lab consists of CAD/CAM lab, Thermal Engineering Lab II which integrates the concepts, laws and methodologies applying the thermodynamic concepts into various thermal applications like IC Engines, compressions, refrigerator and air conditioning systems. CAD/CAM Lab offers practical experience in handling design problems, 2D Drafting and 3D Modelling software applying CAD in real-life applications

The laboratory houses an advanced CNC turning and milling centre both are production type and also computers with simulation software. The students are trained with real time manufacturing of components supported by Sri Ranganathar group of industries. The rough components received from the industry are machined and given back to the industry. The concepts of G and M codes, manual part programming, model control systems and the applications of various CNC Machines are dealt with