department along with the Mechanical Engineering (ME) department has several
facilities to meet the requirements of both undergraduate and post-graduate
studies. The Department has the following laboratories & workshops
available for research, instruction, and sessional classes.
Modular Production System Laboratory
The MPS lab consists of a total of 8
modules: A robot station, measuring station, separating station, transfer
station, filling station, and process station.
It is also equipped with an Automated Storage and
Retrieval System (AS/RS system). It has also a color and diffuse sensor for
object identification. All the modules are high-tech and of industrial grade.
This laboratory is designed for
Instrumentation, Engineering Mechanics, Metallurgy, and Mechanics of Solids
sessional courses. It contains a specialist facility for the accurate
measurement of physical quantities and qualities.
This laboratory provides
computing facilities for the sessional courses on Programming, Plotting with
Origin, and drawing with AutoCAD software. It is also networked with the campus
server, which assists the research activities in the department. Currently,
there are 34 computers in the lab.
laboratory is equipped with various apparatus for the sessional course in Fluid
Mechanics and Machinery. Experiments conducted within these facilities play a
pivotal role in enhancing students’ understanding fluid mechanics and its
applications across diverse industries such as aerospace, pyrolysis, hydrology,
and automotive engineering.
laboratory is specifically tailored to cater to the sessional classes for Basic
Mechanical Engineering, Thermodynamics, Solar Energy, and Heat Transfer
courses, providing students with hands-on experience and practical insights
into the principles of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics, which are
fundamental to these areas of study.
This Shop is equipped with various machine
tools containing lathe, milling, drilling, grinding, and shaper machines for
sessional courses on Shop Practice and Machine Tools. In this shop, different martial
removal operations are performed using cutting tools mounted on the machines of
the shop. machine condition and quality-related research are also done with the
help of this lab.
This shop serves as a
dedicated workspace equipped with the necessary tools and machinery, offering
students the opportunity to develop their skills in wood pattern making and
carpentry work, aligning with the practical requirements of sessional courses.
This ensures that students are well-prepared for the demands of real-world
woodworking, such as pattern designing and making, small wood projects.
& Sheet Metal Shop
This shop is equipped with a variety of
welding equipment, including welding machines, welding torches, electrodes, and
safety measures. Welding techniques such as MIG, TIG, and arc welding are
commonly taught and practiced here. In Sheet metalwork, students are involved
in the cutting, bending, and shaping of thin metal sheets to create various
components and structures.
This Shop is equipped with a casting apparatus,
which uses the patterns from the woodshop and demonstrates the casting process
in the sessional courses on the Production process. Students get practically comprehensive
understanding of metal casting techniques by doing the experiments. It serves
as a valuable resource for hands-on learning and practical experience in