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The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in 2010 with the inception of the Institute to produce engineers of high quality in the branch of Mechanical Engineering. The Department provides B.Tech in Mechanical engineering under Himachal Pradesh Technical University and aspire to produce quality professionals to contend worldwide and excel by carrying out research applications in the relevant areas. The department has high-quality laboratories in areas of Heat & Mass Transfer, Fluid mechanics &Turbo Machines, Automobile, I.C engine, Manufacturing, Computer-Aided Designs etc. We have a research focus to develop sustainable energy sources which will benefit the society and the environment.


Vision: Our vision is to provide the academic environment of excellence, leadership, ethical guidelines & lifelong learning needed for the long productive career. Through the magnificence of its kind, the Department of Mechanical Engineering of HIET perceived as a pioneer of its control in a way that represents the land-grant traditions of learning, revelation, and commitment. The department an alluring spot to study and work, with our community containing the best and the most splendid, in light of research and instructive projects grounded in the mechanical engineering sciences and has been set inside the context of meeting critical societal requirements. Mission We have a mission to build up Industry Oriented Manpower to understand the challenges and potentials by,


The statistical content of a mechanical engineering course opens up a wide range of opportunities in the private as well as government sectors. Some job options are listed below: Automobile Engineer Mechanical Engineer Aerospace Engineering Industrial Engineer Production Engineer Quality Engineer Maintenance Engineer Designer Engineer Designing Engineer Operational Engineer




Every process requires power and energy and this is generated in power plants which could be different in their modes of production such as thermal, nuclear, hydro etc. This branch of mechanical engineering mainly utilizes the principles of thermodynamics and uses equipment like alternators, boilers etc.


This branch of mechanical engineering relates to the operation and maintenance of propulsion and other machines on board ships. The machinery on a ship ranges from main propulsion plant, auxiliary generators, boilers, purifiers, pumps and so forth.


Known more popularly as CAE and used in combination with CAD (Computer Aided Design) and CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing), it is mainly refers to the use of computers and relevant software for carrying out design, analysis, simulation of various machines and procedures. It is used in various disciplines such as automobile design, naval architecture etc. to name a few.


This specialised branch of mechanical engineering deals with vehicles that ply on roads rather than sea or air. Again it could involved several sub-parameters which in turn require specialized skills of their own such as safety engineer, design engineer and so on, who take care of different aspects of automotive engineering during its design, manufacturing or maintenance.


1st Year

2nd Year

3rd Year

4TH Year


1st Year

Courses Type Marks CODE
English Communication Skills
Theory 100 HS-101
Engineering Math-1
Theory 100 MA-101
Engineering Physics/ Chemistry
Theory 100 PH-101/CH-101
Engineering Mechanics/ Principles of Electrical Engineering
Theory 100 ME-101/EE-101
Computer Fundamentals and Programming in C++ / Fundamentals of Electronics Engineering
Theory 100 CS-101/EC-101
Engineering Drawing & Graphics/ Workshop Technology
Theory 100 ME-102/ME-103
Environmental Science/ Disaster Management
Theory 100 HS-102/HS-103
Communication Lab/ Electrical Engg.
Labs 50 HS-111/EE-111
Engineering Physics/ Chemistry
Labs 50 PH-111/CH-111
Computer Programming/ Electronics Engineering
Labs 50 CS-111/ EC-111
Courses Type Marks CODE
Business Communications
Theory 100 HS-204
Engineering Math-II
Theory 100 MA-202
Engineering Chemistry/ Physics
Theory 100 CH-101/ PH-101
Principles of Electrical Engineering/ Engineering Mechanics
Theory 100 EE-101/ ME-101
Fundamental of Electronics Engineering/ Introduction to Fundamentals and Programming in C++
Theory 100 EC-101/ CS 101
Workshop Technology/ Engineering Designs & Graphics
Theory 100 ME-103/ ME-102
Disaster Management/ Environmental Science
Theory 100 HS-103/ HS-102
Electrical Engineering/ Communication
Labs 50 EE-111/ HS-111
Engineering Chemistry/ Engineering Physics
Labs 50 CH-111/ PH-111
Electronics Engineering/ Computer Programming
Labs 50 EC-111/ CS-111

2nd Year

Courses Type Marks CODE
Probability & Statistics
Theory 100 MA-301
Industrial Economics & Management
Theory 100 HS-305
Strength of Material -I
Theory 100 ME-301
Fluid Mechanics
Theory 100 ME-302
Engineering Thermodynamics
Theory 100 ME-303
Machine Drawing
Theory 100 ME-304
Strength of Material
Lab 50 ME-305
Fluid Mechanics
Lab 50 ME-306
Computer Aided Design (CAD)
LAb 50 ME-307
Sociology & Elements of Indian History for Engineers
Open Elective 100 HS-306
German Language -I
Open Elective 100 HS-307
French Language – I
Open Elective 100 HS-308
Courses Type Marks CODE
Optimization & Calculus of Variations
Theory 100 MA-401
Human Value & Professional Ethics
Theory 100 HS-409
Manufacturing Technology – I
Theory 100 ME-401
Strength of Material – II
Theory 100 ME-402
I.C Engines
Theory 100 ME-403
Turbo Machines
Theory 100 ME-404
I.C Engine
Lab 50 ME-405
Turbo Machine
Lab 50 ME-406
Manufacturing Practice Lab -I
Lab 50 ME-407
Law for Engineers
Open Elective 100 HS-410
German Language – II
Open Elective 100 HS-411
French Language -II
Open Elective 100 HS-412

3rd Year

Courses Type Marks CODE
Kinematics of Machines
Theory 100 ME-501
Manufacturing Technology -II
Theory 100 ME-502
Heat Transfer
Theory 100 ME-503
Machine design – II
Theory 100 ME-504
Automobile Engineering
Theory 100 ME-505
Materials Technology
Theory 100 ME-506
Design & Simulation
Lab 50 ME-511
Manufacturing Practice Lab – II
Lab 50 ME-512
Heat Transfer
Lab 50 ME-513
Open Elective`= 100 ME-508
Automobile Technology
Open Elective 100 ME-509
Value Engineering
Open Elective 100 ME-510
Courses Type Marks CODE
Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)
Theory 100 ME-601
Measurement & Control
Theory 100 ME-602
Machine Design – II
Theory 100 ME-603
Operation Research
Theory 100 ME-604
Thermal Engineering
Theory 100 ME-605
Dynamics of Machinery
Theory 100 ME-606
Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)
Lab 50 ME-611
Theory of Machine
Lab 50 ME-612
100 ME-613
Modern Manufacturing Process
Programme Elective 100 ME-608
Maintenance & Reliability
Programme Elective 100 ME-609
Composte Materials
Programme Elective 100 ME-610

4th Year

Courses Type Marks CODE
Industrial Automation & Robotics
Theory 100 ME-701
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Theory 100 ME-702
Power Plant Engineering
Theory 100 ME-703
Industrial Engineering & Production Management
Theory 100 ME-704
Project Work – I
100 ME-711
Automation & Robotics
Lab 50 ME-712
Thermal Engineering
Lab 50 ME-713
Industrial / Practical Training (Viva-Voce)
100 ME-714
Material handling & Plant Layout
Programme Elective 100 ME-708
Industrial Technology
Programme Elective 100 ME-709
Finite Element Method
Programme Elective 100 ME-710
Courses Type Marks CODE
Total Quality Management
Programme Elective – III 100 ME-801
Non- Conventional Energy Resources
Programme Elective – III 100 ME-802
Production Planning & Control
Programme Elective – III 100 ME-803
Project Work – II
100 ME-807
Industrial Training
100 ME-808
Programme Elective – IV 100 ME-804
Gas Dynamics
Programme Elective – IV 100 ME-805
Programme Elective – IV 100 ME-806