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To be a Department of international repute in Mechanical Engineering by creating competent Mechanical Engineers capable of working in diverse disciplines and have a transformative impact on society through creative solutions to problems, through research and through lifelong learning.


  • To impart quality technical education to meet the growing needs of the profession from a conducive and creative learning environment.
  • To provide state of art infrastructure for academics and research in the areas of Mechanical Engineering.
  • To strengthen collaborations with industries, research organizations and institutes for internship, joint research and consultancy.
  • To enhance leadership qualities, imbibing social and ethical values in students and staff and faculty through personality development programs.


Within five years of completion of the B. Tech. Program in Mechanical Engineering from Presidency University graduates shall:

PEO1. Demonstrate success as Mechanical Engineer with innovative skills and moral and ethical values,

PEO2. Engage in lifelong learning through research and professional development,

PEO3. Serve as a leader in the profession through consultancy, extension activities or entrepreneurship.


Graduates of the B. Tech. Program in Mechanical Engineering will be able to:

PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.


At the end of the B. Tech. Program in Mechanical Engineering the students shall:

PSO1: Employability: acquire technical and managerial skill that make them an employable graduate.

PSO2: Research: acquire theoretical background of each course that they are capable of applying it for solving real-time (Physical) problems.

PS03: Entrepreneurship: acquire time management, strategic thinking, team work, and network though out their course study and project work enable them to be an entrepreneurship.

PS04: Philanthropist: get experienced through SIC (Social Immersion Course), social outreach, blood donation and other social activity during their 4 year stay and enable them to be a philanthropist.


LO1: Develop successful careers as mechanical engineers, demonstrate professional engineering competence via positions of increasing responsibility and/or assignments.

LO2: Complete or pursue graduate education in engineering or related fields, participate in professional development and/or industrial training courses and/or obtain engineering certification.

LO3: Participate in research and development and other creative and innovative efforts in science, engineering and technology; and/or pursue entrepreneurial endeavors.

LO4: If not in a mechanical engineering career, successful transition into an education, business, legal, medical or government career.

LO5: Demonstrate a commitment to the community and profession through involvement with community or professional organizations.

Course Outcomes of all the Courses in AY 2020-21 ODD SEMESTER
S. No Name Qualification Designation Teaching Experience
(in years)
Industry Experience
(in years)
1 Dr. C Prabhakar Reddy PhD Dean SOE 38 -
2 Dr. A M Surendra Kumar PhD COE 32 1
3 Dr.Ramesh C.S PhD Dean R&IC 26 -
4 Dr. B V Prabhu PhD Dean Associate of IP 24 -
5 Dr. Joel Hemanth PhD Associate Dean 35 -
6 Dr. Udaya Ravi M PhD Professor & H.O.D 32 -
7 Dr.Bhaskar Pal PhD Professor 18 5
8 Dr. Mahesha K PhD Professor 19 -
9 Dr. Rajendra Kumar Savanur PhD Professor 34 -
10 Dr. Ramesh S Ph.D Professor 25 2.5
11 Dr. Akshay Nanjangud PhD Associate Professor 9 -
12 Dr. Ramesh S P Ph.D Associate Professor 28 -
13 Dr.G.N.Lokesh Ph.D Associate Professor 19 -
14 Dr. Ramachandra C G Ph.D Associate Professor 19 1
15 Dr. Satish Babu B Ph.D Associate Professor 14 -
16 Dr. Jyothi Basu R PhD Associate Professor 12 -
17 Dr.B.S Praveen Kumar Ph.D Assistant Professor 13.5 2
18 Dr.Yuvaraj Naik PhD Assistant Professor 10 -
19 Dr. Devendra Dandotiya PhD Assistant Professor 4 -
20 Dr. Sudheer R PhD Assistant Professor 0.33 -
21 Dr. Sadanand Sarapure PhD Assistant Professor 13.3 4
22 Dr.Sandeep N C Ph.D Assistant Professor 2.8 2.5
23 Dr. N Venkatesan Ph.D Assistant Professor 20
24 Dr. Velmurugan C Ph.D Assistant Professor 2 -
25 Dr. Ashish Srivastava PhD Assistant Professor 1 -
26 Dr. Arpitha G R Ph.D Assistant Professor 1.5 -
27 Ms. Rupali Baghel PhD Assistant Professor - -
28 Dr. Guru Basavaraju T M PhD Assistant Professor 1.5 4
29 Mr. Pranay Nimje M.Tech Assistant Professor 3 -
30 Mr. Prashanth.S. P M.Tech (Research) Assistant Professor 4.3 2.5
31 Mr. Aravinda. T M.Tech Assistant Professor 9 4
32 Mr. Muralidhar M.Tech Assistant Professor 7 -
33 Mr. Gorad Sagar Ramachandra M.Tech Assistant Professor 3.5 0
34 Mr. Sreenivas H T M.Tech (Ph.D) Assistant Professor 8.2 -
35 Mr. Madhusudhan M M.Tech Assistant Professor 9.5 -
36 Mr. Ajay Kumar Pandey M.Tech Assistant Professor 5 -
37 Mr. Sandeep G M M.Tech Assistant Professor 4 -
38 Mr. Muralidhara D M M.Tech Assistant Professor 6 -
39 Mr. Vijay Kumar S L M.Tech Assistant Professor 7 0
40 Mr.Karthik. T M.Tech Assistant Professor 3 -
41 Ms. Nikhat Waseem M.Tech Assistant Professor 5 -
42 Mr. Ajay Kumar Mishra M. Tech Assistant Professor 1.2 -
43 Mr. Ansari Mohammed Abdul Bari M. Tech Assistant Professor 1.2 -
44 Mr. Basavaraj Devakki M. Tech Assistant Professor 1.3 -
45 Mr. Deepesh Gotherwal M. Tech Assistant Professor 0.33 -
46 Mr. Narender Singh M. Tech Assistant Professor 0.33 -
47 Mr. V Uday Kumar M. Tech Assistant Professor 0.33 -
48 Mr. Neeraj M. Tech Assistant Professor 0.33 -
49 Mr.Shashi Kiran G M.Tech. Assistant Professor 5.5 -
50 Mr. Kunwar Chandra M.Tech Assistant Professor 1 1
51 Mrs.Priyanka S Umarji M. Tech Assistant Professor 2 -
52 Mr. Yeshwanth D M.Tech Assistant Professor 1 -
53 Ms.Rastogee Laishram M. Tech Assistant Professor 3 -
54 Mr. Arun Arogyaswamy G M.TECH Assistant Professor 3.7 0.5
55 Mr. Pramod Pandey M. Tech Assistant Professor 3 -
56 Mr. Shylesh K Siddalingappa M.Tech Assistant Professor 6.6 -
57 Mr. Sundar Annamraju MS Assistant Professor 1.1 -
58 Mr. Wasim Akram M. Tech Assistant Professor 0.33 -
59 Mr.Vishnu D.Pillai M. Tech Assistant Professor 0.33 -
60 Ms. Antara Ravindra Sarode M.Tech Assistant Professor - -
61 Mr. Manikanda Prabu N M.Tech Assistant Professor 9 -
62 Mr. Hiren Solanki Karshanbahai M.Tech Assistant Professor 0.25 1.5
63 Mr. Sachidananda K B M.Tech Assistant Professor 8 -
64 Mr. Kalmeshwar Ullegaddi M.Tech Assistant Professor 5 -
Dr B S Praveen Kumar has been awarded Best Paper award at the International Conference held at NIT Trichy ,Tamilnadu on 27/12/2019 to 28/12/2019,  on recent trends in Metallurgy,Material Science and Manufacturing (IMME19) hosted by Department of Metallurgical and Material Engineering, NIT Trichy.

Dr. Udaya Ravi M , Professor & Head, Mechanical Engineering Department, School of Engineering, Presidency University, was awarded “Best Professor in Mechanical Engineering Sciences" as part of Dewan Mehta National Education Awards-2019, on 18th September, 2019.

· Dr. Bhaskar Pal, Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, School of Engineering, Presidency University Presented a paper on “ Evaluation of brazed monolayer cBN grinding wheel on high speed steel(HSS) ” on July 15th to 17th July 2019 at Deakin University, Geelong, Australia.

List of Guest Lectures/Seminar Conducted (2015 till 2019)

SL. No

Name of the Guest



Topic & Branch



Dr. Gopalan Jagadeesh

Department of Aerospace Engineering
Indian Institute of Science

Science, Engineering & Technology and Application of shock waves for betterment of Mankind

11th November 2017


Mr. Avinash Javaji

Consultant, McKinsey & Company, London (UK).

Building cargo Bicycle Using bamboo

12th January 2018


Dr. Manjunath VS

Director, Nitte School of management, Yelahanka, Bengaluru.

Process and productivity Management through Six Sigma

30th January 2018


Mr. Anoop B S

Technical Director, PABS consultants, Bengaluru.

Motorcycle Product Design – Idea to Launch

12th February 2018


Mr. Lokesh S Bommani

Manager – Sales

BETA CAE Systems India Pvt. Rajajinagar, Bengaluru.

Application & future trends of Computer Aided Engineering(CAE) in Mechanical Engineering field

5th September 2018


Mr.Suyash Singh

Co-Founder & CEO,

Grenovators motor work Pvt. Ltd. Gwalior – 474015, Madhya Pradesh, India

Electric Road Systems-100% Automatic E-road Connector

15th September 2018.


Mr. Rajas Majumdar

Dassault Systems, Bengaluru

CAE Simulations and explained the importance,

Relevance and usefulness of simulations.

15th September 2018


Mr. Abhishek

ALTEM Solutions, Bengaluru

Print to

Perform-digitally accelerating additive manufacturing -3D Experience

15th September 2018


Dr. Pranesh B. Aswath

Vice Provost for Academic Planning and Policy

Distinguished University Professor

The University of Texas at Arlington

Plasma Functionalized PTFE Nano-additives for Lubricated Contacts and ‘UTA: the 21st Century Urban Research University

17th September 2018


Dr.-Ing. Gagan Syal

Author, Automotive Expert & Lecturer in German Universities

Digitalization in Mechanical field & brief introduction to German education System & opportunities for Mechanical engineers

26th September 2018


Dr. Srinivasa Y.V

Design Team Lead-Structures and Transmissions, Rolls-Royce India Pvt. Ltd.

Overview of wind and Gas Turbines

8th March 2019


Mr. Sendil Kumar R

Geometric Architect, Volvo Technology AB

Gothenburg, Sweden

The Great UNDO & the Mobility Revolution

19th August 2019


Mr. Raghu Prasad C

Business Manager, 3D Printers, apricot, Technologies Pvt.Ltd, Bangalore

Most Disruptive Technology 3D Printer & Demonstration

13th September 2019


Mr. B S Manish

Director, Contrawax 3D Systems, RT Nagar, Bengaluru

Demonstration of Soft Robotics by fused filament fabrication technique

14th September 2019


Mr. Vijay Kumar C K


Mr. B.S.K Mani

Faculty, Heavy Vehicle Driver Training Institute, Ashok Leyland, Singanayakanahalli, Bengaluru

Road Safety & Traffic Rules

24th September 2019

Field Visit/Industry Visits organized


Company/ Industry Visited




Rail Wheel Factory


17th February 2018


CMTI, Bangalore


29th October 2019


3D Virtual Experience On Wheels –by Dassault Systems


14th December 2018


Government Tool Room & Training Centre (GTTC)


18th September 2019