The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Guru Nanak Institute of Engineering & Management is one of the top mechanical institutes which give students a very sound mechanical engineering education. The course is approved from AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education). It enhance the understanding and application of mechanical engineering principles, for techno production of the country, which improve the quality of life of our citizens through teaching, research, and different programs. Our mission is to offer an environment where students have a large amount of avenues to excel, improve their technical exposure and can develop personality and then get placed in PSU, MNC and reputed companies with good future. Guru Nanak Institute of Engineering & Management provides an excellent teaching and learning environment and provides a platform to inspire high motivational, moral values and leadership in its students.
The mechanical department at Guru Nanak Institute of Engineering & Management offers eight semester Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) course with intake of 120 students. The main aim of this department is to produce expert professionals in Mechanical Engineering to compete globally with the emerging areas of research. It carries various subjects like Kinematics, thermodynamics, material science, Structural analysis and electricity. Mechanical Engineer uses tools like computer-aided design and different product life cycle management to design and analyze the manufacturing plants.
This department is consists of high quality laboratories in areas of Bulk Solids and Computer Aided Design Heat & Mass transfer, Manufacturing, Automation/Robotics, I.C engine, etc.
The Duties of Mechanical Engineer is to analyze different problem and can find how mechanical and thermal devices solve the problem. Mechanical Engineer designs the different products, select materials for the design, create prototypes and find tools for production. Mechanical designer also help to design power producing machines such as electric generators, steam engine and gas turbines as well as power-using machines, such as air-conditioning systems and refrigerator.