Akbalpur, Post : Devgaon, Azamgarh - 276201
Mon - Fri : 10.00 AM - 05.00 PM (on working days)
Admission Required Documents (At the Time of Physical Reporting) for Session 2022-23    Fee Structure for Newly Admitted Students in Session 2022-23    Clickhere for Any Query Related To New Admission in Session 2022-23    Admission Circular form Session 2022-23 Onwards    NIRF    Online Prutor ID for REC Azamgarh    Fee Payment Gateway for Depositing College, Hostel and Mess Fess   


The department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the founding departments of the institute. The curriculum of our department is science based engineering to meet the technological competitiveness and sustainable development. Our department has dedicated faculty members who promote innovation and problem solving skills in the students apart from traditional knowledge for their overall development.

Department has advanced laboratories and workshop to impart learning and research.

Currently the department has the intake capacity of 60 in B. Tech program.


To become a centre of excellence in mechanical engineering for outstanding education and research leading to well qualified motivated, innovative and environmental friendly mechanical engineers.


The mission of the Mechanical Engineering Department is:

  • To serve society through innovative and excellence in teaching and research.
  • To strengthen the skills for preparing job ready engineers and competent entrepreneurs.
  • To develop alliances with world class R&D organisation educational, institution industry and alumni for excellence in teaching, research and consultancy practices.
  • To enhance the overall academic performance of the students with effective technical communication, interpersonal skill and team work.

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Mr. Vibhooti Narayan Mishra
Assistant Professor & Head

Qualification : B.Tech(Jabalpur Engineering College, Jabalpur), M.Tech( IIT, Guwahati), Ph.D. (Persuing)
Area of Interest : Finite Element Analysis, Composite Materials, Smart materials
Mobile No : 9755190134
Email-id : vibhooti1810@gmail.com

Mr. Vijay Kumar
Assistant Professor

Qualification : B.Tech(UPTU),M. Tech(IIT Roorkee)
Area of Interest : Machine Design, Vibration
Mobile No : 9557310767
Email-id : vijayakgarg@gmail.com

Mr. Pankaj Yadav
Assistant Professor

Qualification : B. Tech(MMMEC, Gorakhpur), M. Tech(MNNIT, Allahabad), Ph.D. (Persuing)
Area of Interest : Thermal & Fluid Engineering
Mobile No : 7388676672
Email-id : pankaj1991.mmm@gmail.com

Mr. Brihaspati Singh
Assistant Professor

Qualification : B. Tech (KIET, Ghaziabad), M. Tech(IIT BHU, Varanasi), Ph.D. (Persuing)
Area of Interest : Thermal & Fluid Engineering, Renewable Energy
Mobile No : 7800075876
Email-id : bspt4565@gmail.com

Mr. Amit Bhaskar
Assistant Professor

Qualification : B.Tech( I.E.T. Lucknow), M.Tech(MNIT Jaipur), Ph.D. (Persuing)
Area of Interest : Operation Research, Product Design and Development, Robotics
Mobile No : 7062178901
Email-id : pandeyjnp91@gmail.com

Mr. Sambhrant Srivastava
Assistant Professor

Qualification : B. Tech(UPTU), M. Tech(BIT, Mesra), Ph.D. (Persuing)
Area of Interest : Machine Design
Mobile No : 8285565021
Email-id : sambhrantsrivastava4@gmail.com

Mr. Saurabh Kumar Singh
Assistant Professor

Qualification : B. Tech(MMMEC), M.Tech(IIT Delhi), Ph.D. (Persuing)
Area of Interest : Composite Materials, Machining, Heat Transfer
Mobile No : 7379940082
Email-id : saurabh.mmm01@gmail.com

Mr. Savendra Pratap Singh
Assistant Professor

Qualification : B.Tech (UPTU), M.Tech(NITK, Surathkal), Ph.D. (Persuing)
Area of Interest : Composites, Vibration, FEM
Mobile No : 9455446960
Email-id : savendrasingh123@gmail.com

Mr. Indrajeet Verma
Guest Faculty

Qualification : M.Tech (IIT-BHU)
Area of Interest : Thermal and Fluid Engineering
Mobile No : 9473581112
Email-id : indrajeet.v987@gmail.com

Mr. Gaurav Tiwari
Guest Faculty

Qualification : M.Tech, IIT Dhanbad
Area of Interest : Fluid Engineering
Mobile No : 9267940978
Email-id : gaurav.techtiwari@gmail.com

Program Educational objective (PEO)

PEO 01: Impart adequate knowledge of mathematics, applied science and management field to use it in practical problem studies and obtain the suitable decision.
PEO 02: Mechanical graduate will have sound fundamental and in-depth core technical knowledge such as design, thermal, production and industrial engineering.
PEO 03: Improve the team building, team work on multi-disciplinary project and leadership skill with ethical values.
PEO 04: Improve advanced education, research and development with innovative & creative manner in science and technology field as well as another professional career.
PEO 05: Impart awareness of the professional and environmental consequences of work in a global and social context.

Program Outcomes (PO’s)

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.
PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate and review literature to analyse engineering problems using basic principles of science and mathematics.
PO3: Design/Development of Solutions: An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturing and sustainability.
PO4: Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: An ability to design and conduct experiment as well as to analyse and interpret data.
PO5: Modern Tool Usage: Use of techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
PO6: The Engineer and Society: Understand their responsibilities and duties towards society, health, safety, legal and cultural issue and adopt them in 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: An ability to function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader on multidisciplinary team with high team spirit.
PO10: Communication: Ability to design, documentation, write effective report, make effective presentations to the engineering community and society at large.
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: Ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broad context of technology change & advancement.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)

PSO1: An ability to identify, formulate and analyse for a given engineering problems to mechanical engineering.
PSO2: An ability to design, develop and test a mechanical engineering system for given application.
PSO3: An ability to use computational tools to design and analyse a mechanical engineering system.

Mechanical Engineering Department

S.No. Name of the Laboratory Name of the Important Equipment
1. Theory of Machine
  1. Gyroscope
  2. Brakes
  3. Clutch
  4. Gear Train
  5. Universal governor set of Watt, Potter, Proell, hartnell
  6. Spring controlled Governors
  7. Simple Linkage models
  8. Four Bar linkage
  9. Slider crank mechanism
  10. Gear tooth profile interference
  11. Whirling of shaft demonstrator
  12. Static & Dynamics balancing
2. Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning
  1. Ice plant test rig
  2. Vapour compression refrigeration test rig
  3. Air conditioning test rig
  4. Double stage air compressor
3. Workshop Technology
  1. Lathe machine
  2. Foundry shop Tools
  3. Blacksmith Shop Tools
  4. Furnace
  5. Anvil
  6. Welding shop Tools
  7. Arc Welding Equipment and Bed
  8. Gas welding Equipment
  9. Power hammer
  10. Carpentry Tools
  11. Benches for Carpentry and fitting shop
  12. Fitting Shop tools
  13. Sheet metal tools
4. Engineering Mechanics
  1. Law of Parallelogram of Forces Apparatus
  2. Universal testing Machine
  3. Hardness Testing Machine Vicker
  4. Hardness Testing Machine Rockwell
  5. Hardness Testing Machine Brinell
  6. Impact Testing machine
  7. 2 Stroke and 4 Stroke Petrol Engine / Diesel Engines
  8. Simple and Compound Gear Train Machine
  9. Worm and worm wheel apparatus
  10. Belt pulley apparatus
  11. Torsion Testing machine
  12. Simply Supported Beam and Cantilever Beam for Deflection
  13. Flywheel apparatus with revolution Counters with brackets Moment of Inertia
  14. Coefficient of friction of a flat surface
5. Measurement and Metrology
  1. Vernier Callipers
  2. Micrometer
  3. Sine Bar
  4. Tachometer
  5. Slip Guages
  6. Limit Guages
  7. Bevel Protector
  8. Feeler guages
  9. Dial Indicator
  10. Surface Plate
  11. Strain Guage Indicator
  12. Optical Stroboscope
  13. Plug Guages
  14. Plug & ring taper guage
6. Material Science and Testing Lab
  1. Microscope
  2. Material identification of, say, 50 common items kept in a box
  3. Experiment on Faraday’s law of electrolysis
  4. Universal testing Machine
  5. Impact Testing machine (Charpy and Izod )
  6. Hardness Testing Machine (Rockwell and Vickers/Brinell)
  7. Spring Testing Machine
  8. Fatigue Testing Machine
  9. Creep testing machine
  10. Torsion Testing machine
7. Heat and Mass transfer Lab
  1. Heat transfer through convection apparatus
  2. Heat transfer through a pin fin
  3. Parallel & counter flow heat transfer apparatus
  4. Heat pipe apparatus
  5. Heat transfer through composite wall
  6. Experiment of Stefan’s Law
8. Thermodynamics Lab
  1. Fire tube Boiler
  2. Water Tube Boiler
  3. Single cylinder 4S 5HP Petrol Engine test rig
  4. Preparation of heat balance for diesel engine test rig
  5. Velocity compounded steam turbine model
  6. Pressure compounded steam turbine model
  7. Gas turbine model
  8. Study of Working of 4S & 4 cylinder petrol engine test rig
9. IC Engine & Automobile Lab
  1. Gear Box
  2. Differential Gear mechanism of rear axle
  3. Steering gear mechanism
  4. Study of fuel supply system
  5. Suspension system
  6. VCR Research Engine
10. Manufacturing Processes lab
  1. Center Lathe
  2. Shaper
  3. Vertical Milling Machine
  4. Horizontal Milling Machine
  5. Pedestal Grinding Machine
  6. Surface Grinding Machine
  7. Power Hacksaw
  8. Shearing Machine
  9. Tool and cutter Grinder
11. CAD lab
  1. ANSYS

Additional facilities for improving the quality of learning experience in laboratories

1. CNC Lab


2. Variable Compression Ratio (VCR) Research Engine


3. CARE Lab


4. Mechatronics & Robotics Lab


Non Teaching Staff of Mechanical Engineering

Name Designation Qualification E-mail Mobile No.
Mr. Vishal Kumar SinghLab InstructorB.Techsinghvishal0056@gmail.com8182834080

Mechanical Engineering Achievement

95 Days NASSCOM Training On Robotics and Automation (20/07/2020-16/09/2020)

The objective of this course is to impart knowledgeabout basic mathematics related to industrial robots for theircontrol, design and application in robotics & automationIndustries.

Workshop On Hands-on Training of Internet of Things (November 15 – 19, 2020)

The main objective of this IoT is intended to build practical skills and learning to the advance things, which is related to 3rd year mechanical engineering syllabus as well as way beyond their syllabus.

Expert lecture by Prof. G.S. Dangayach, Professor MNIT and Dr. M.L. Meena,Associate Professor MNIT (Dated:28,29,30 Jan and 2nd Feb,2021)

The main objective of these expert lectures is intended to build managerial and technical skills and learning to the Industrial Engineering and Robotics, which are related to 3rd year and 4th year mechanical engineering syllabus.

One Day workshop on “Emerging Technology in Mechanical Engineering” Date: 18/03/2021

One Day workshop on “Emerging Technology in Mechanical Engineering” on 18th March 2021 was organized by Mechanical Engineering Department. The main aim of this program is to confer new developments in science & technology to faculties and Students.

One Week Workshop on “ Emerging Technology in Mechanical Engineering” 22/09/2020 -26/09/2020

The main objective of the program is to focus the various advances in different fields of mechanical engineering to impart knowledge and scientific advancements in various domains of Mechanical Engineering. Looking towards the new era in technology mechanical engineering offers addition of new subjects and new versions of old subjects Nanotechnology, Clean technology and many other fields are being introduced in scientific and industrial area.

Assignment & Lectures Note