The College has started a new course in Mechanical Engineering to meet employer demands for engineers that will develop the future economy through the use of latest technologies. This new course has been developed in conjunction with industrial employers, to meet the demand for engineering graduates with strong skills in software and hardware engineering, along with mathematical analysis ability.
At the end of the first year, this new programme in Mechanical Engineering will allow the students to have a deep understanding of subjects like Intelligent Systems, Digital Image Processing, Distributed Operating System, Neural Networks, Web Engineering, Human Computer Interaction and Multimedia Technologies.
Graduates of this degree program will play key roles in the research, design, development, test and installation of future systems. They will frequently work in teams to tackle complex and challenging problems and may also pursue higher degrees by research (MEng, Ph.D, etc).
The programme of study thus offers excellent choice, thereby enhancing the range of employment prospects and career choice options for the student.