The Department of Mechanical Engineering has strategic alliances with over 30 corporations, which include Dassault Systémes, Ashok Leyland, HAL, Vedanta, RSB Global, other than CTTC, CIPET, IIW & NSIC, to provide the best theoretical and practical training, as well as placement opportunities. The focus is on design (CAD) to manufacturing, CNC production, new materials, and automobile engineering, it has a record 20 Cr+ production (including ICAT approved e-vehicles) every year. With access to industry sponsored labs, toolrooms (Odisha Govt. approved), state-of-the-art welding and BDT testing labs. The students also undertake composite
manufacturing using FRP. Emphasising on Digital Manufacturing, Robotic Welding and Additive Manufacturing, the department also designs, manufactures, and sells 3D printers. With its product and manufacturing
focus, the department is truly a jewel in the crown of SoET.
(In collaboration with Ashok Leyland / Hyundai / Yamaha / Eicher / Volvo)
Automobile Engineering is one of the major strength areas of the university. The university works with all major OEMs (two-wheel, four-wheel and earth-moving equipment) in India. With the focus on understanding the latest available IC and electric vehicle technology, the university has authorized service technician training centers of Ashok Leyland and Eicher Motors, and labs that are equipped with dynamic cut sections of 6-stroke engines complying with Bharat 6 emission norms. With this specialization, students learn electric vehicle technology (two, three, and four wheels)
through simulation and assembly, and complete vehicle diagnostics using Bosch tools through robust industry partnerships.
Auto Parts Manufacture
Welding and Fabrication
10+2 (Physics, Chemistry, Maths) 50% and
5% relaxation for reserved category
Centurion University Entrance Exam(CUEE) Score
Executive and Managerial Positions
Senior Production Engineer
Automotive Sales Engineer
Quality and Service Engineer
Automotive Developer and Technician
WELDING AND INSPECTIONCourse Overview,
To ensure the quality and safety of connections between metals, certified welding inspectors play an intrinsic role in the welding industry. With this specialization, students are trained in TiG, MiG, Gas Welding, Submerged
Arc Welding, Butt Welding, Pressure Welding, Plasma Cutting and NDT procedures. They can also do parallel industry certifications from IIW leading to AMIE in welding. The curriculum is fully aligned with NSQF and
IIWs Level 1 and 2 with an option of obtaining a Level 4 certification from IIW. The department has a corporate support from Badve Group and Vedanta, which has enabled state-of-the-art welding labs including robotic welding.
Site Quality Engineer
Quality Control Inspector
COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICSCourse Overview
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is the analysis of fluid flows using numerical solution methods. Using CFD, students can analyse complex problems involving fluid-fluid, fluid-solid or fluid-gas interaction.
Engineering fields that frequently use CFD analyses are aerodynamics and hydrodynamics, where quantities such as lift and drag or field properties like pressures and velocities are obtained. This specialization equips
students with the necessary skills to work as a professional and provides hands-on experience in top OEMs. Grounded in the concepts of FEA and FVM, students learn multibody physics simulation and get to work on
real-time industry problems using proprietary machines and analysis tools like SIMULIA, HyperMesh and Ansys. Application areas include aerospace engineering, marine engineering, and the automotive industry.
Safety Simulator Engineer
Computational Fluid Dynamics Engineer
Computational Fluid Dynamics
MANUFACTURING(CONVENTIONAL AND CNC MACHINE, ADDITIVE)Course Overview
Conventional machining can be defined as a process using mechanical energy. The CNC (Computer Numerical Control) course involves taking digitized data, a CAD and CAM program to control, automate, and monitor the movements of a machine. The machine can be a milling machine, lathe, router, welder, grinder, laser or waterjet cutter, sheet metal stamping machine, robot, or many other types of machines. Additive Manufacturing is a new addition of this course where manufacturing is done by layers. The university has designed its own 3D printer and manual machines, Bfw and ACE company production CNC machines (3, 4 and 5 axis) as well as plastic and metal 3D printing machines. Coupled with Dassault’s 3D experience platform, the university has the capability to
conceptualise digitally designed test and make a physical prototype of any idea or product. Trained in industrial production processes, quality control, digital design, BOM preparation, vendor selection, manufacturing
planning and manufacturing execution system (MES), students are competent to make a design of any product by reverse engineering as well as make a product from any idea. The university also does contract manufacturing for many national and international clients, giving students a chance to work on industry production orders.
Quality Control Engineer
CNC Machine Operator
CNC Cylindrical Grinding Machine Operator
CNC Online Inspector
AUTOMOTIVE DESIGNCourse Overview
Automotive Design is a program that trains students in designing, manufacturing, and maintenance of an automobile. The main interest of Automotive Design Engineers is creating ideas and concepts via rough sketches and computer-aided design (CAD). This specialization gives students a visual appearance as they learn the functional performance
before developing the actual vehicle. Students also get to work on Dassault's 3D experience tools such as CATIA, SIMULIA DELMIA, and ENOVIA, and learn system optimization using Matlab and Dymola tools.
Failure analysis and testing is done using SIMULIA, HyperMesh and Ansys. The special focus is on automotive sub-domains like BIW, electric wire harness, interiors and exteriors.
Aerospace Designer l Vehicle Inspector
Auto Body Repair Technician
Auto Sales Manager
Auto Engineer l Auto Designer
Quality Testing Engineer
DIGITAL MANUFACTURINGCourse Overview
Digital manufacturing is the application of computer systems to manufacturing services, supply chains, products and processes. Digital manufacturing technologies link systems and processes across all
areas of production to create an integrated approach to manufacturing. This specialization teaches modern technologies for transforming industrial processes and driving values using digital tools and
techniques. Students are equipped to connect the shop floor to the top floor and implement a manufacturing execution system using tools like Apriso and Ortems. The special partnership with Dassault Systémes
helps the university possess the unique advantage of using real-time industry tools in this emerging area.