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As part of the curriculum, students would be required to undergo a 6-month to 1-year stint of industrial training in blue chip corporations.
Placement Opportunities in Fortune 500 companies
Chitkara University’s Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering curriculum includes significant hands-on activities and produces some of the most qualified and respected engineers in the field. The curriculum focuses on key fundamental areas such as fluid and solid mechanics, thermodynamics and heat transfer, applied mathematics, physics, and chemistry.
Most of the Mechanical Engineering courses come from the two major stems of:
Post finishing the foundation courses in Applied sciences in the first year, students take courses from the structures, Engineering mechanics, mechanics of materials, and materials science and from the fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and heat transfer in the 2nd year and 3rd year program.
In the final year, students take a systems-level design course and capstone design experience, and have the opportunity to broaden and deepen their technical background through elective programs. Additionally, the students in the Mechanical Engineering program gain experience in laboratory settings through experiments associated with all of their applied sciences and with most of their Engineering science courses.
Keeping in mind the huge industry demand for Mechanical Engineers with requisite coding skills, we are giving students the option to choose Computer Science Engineering as a minor from the 2nd Semester onwards.
Apart from the required courses in Mechanical Engineering, students would need to complete the following credit courses in Computer Science Engineering –
Also, along with the introductory Computer Engineering programs, students will also have the option of choosing electives from emerging technology areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Cybersecurity.
With this minor in Computer Science Engineering, students will get access to placement opportunities in top IT companies apart from core companies looking for Mechanical Engineers.
Students are introduced to the Science & Art of formulation, design, development, and control of systems, with components involving thermodynamics, mechanics, fluid Mechanics, mechanisms, and conversion of energy. The program addresses both-the quest to understand how things work and the desire to put this understanding to practical use. Mechanical Engineers research, design, develop, build and test mechanical and thermal devices, including tools, engines and machines.
We meticulously focus on the industry readiness of our students and ensure that they have access to the latest technology. In this direction, we have forged collaborations with industry majors across sectors so that our curriculum and innovation labs are in sync with the latest industry trends and new developments.
Our world right now needs more entrepreneurs and startups than ever. Understanding that, Chitkara Innovation Incubator connects students with resources from design and prototyping to marketing and funding. As a result, the startup ideas shape into business actions in terms of new products and services and make a broader impact.
The ME program gives students the opportunity to specialize in Automotive Engineering while introducing them to hybrid and electric vehicles. The students get to learn about the application of mechanical, thermodynamic, pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical principles with the objective of resolving modern-day engineering problems.
Career opportunities in Mechanical engineering are aplenty, with every mechanical manufacturer in rapid expansion mode and hiring engineers to meet their ever-growing demand. Our graduates can thus look forward to an exciting career path with the top Mechanical Engineering companies across the globe.