M. Tech. in Engineering Design

This program is designed to enable an engineering graduate to develop specific capabilities in design, synthesis and analysis of a wide variety of mechanical engineering systems. The program focuses on developing design methodologies which involve high degree of research orientation supplemented with practical insights. Besides core courses (which are mandatory), a variety of electives are also offered to suit the taste of each individual student so that he/she can specialize in a particular area of Engineering Design. The students are periodically assessed by the teachers who are experts in chosen areas of Engineering Design, to ensure quality of education. On the whole, the Masters Program is committed to produce design engineers with excellent creative capabilities and calibre to solve real life problems curtailing to industry requirements, in tune with the objectives envisioned by the University.

Duration : Two years

Eligibility : A Pass with Minimum 60% in B.E./B.Tech in the relevant area of specialisation or equivalent qualification.

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Production Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering


Core Courses Electives
Applied Engineering Mathematics Continuum Mechanics
Theory of Elasticity Reliability Engineering
Fluid Dynamics Modelling, Simulation and Analysis of Engineering Systems
Thermal Systems and Design Advanced Mechanism Analysis and Design
Optimization Techniques in Engineering Theory of Plasticity
Mechanical Vibrations Tribology
Selection of Materials & Processes Product Lifecycle Management
Finite Element Methods Fracture Mechanics
Mechanical Behavior of Engineering Materials Theory of Plates and Shellls
Engineering Design Lab –I Computational Fluid Dynamics
Engineering Design Lab –II Design for Manufacture and Assembly
Engineering Design Lab –III Mechanics of Composite Materials
Seminar Random Vibrations
Minor Project Computer Aided Product Development
Dissertation Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems
  Machine Condition Monitoring