About the Department
The Department of Automobile Engineering was started in the year 1999 with sanctioned intake of 30. The intake was increased from 30 to 60 in the year 2009. The department has well-qualified and experienced faculty and staff members of proven ability and administrative skills. It has well equipped state-of-the-art laboratories that cater to the needs of the students.The department is actively engaged in teaching and research in the areas of Automobile Engineering and related areas.The department is accredited for three years in the year of 2018 by National Board of Accreditation.
To be a forerunner in producing Competent and Responsible Engineers in the field of Automobile and Associated areas to meet the ever-changing needs of the Global Automotive Industry and the Society.
Vision achieved by,
1. Providing the state-of-the-art laboratory facilities to train the learners to cater to the changing needs of the industries and the society.
2. Providing opportunities for the learners to bring out their total personality and emphasizing ethical values.
3. Preparing the learners to meet the growing challenges of the automotive industry and to fulfill the diverse societal needs of our nation.
4. Providing research and intellectual resources to address contemporary and complex problems of the industries and to advance interdisciplinary research and applications.
5. Providing compassionate and diverse environment to encourage the students to become innovators and job providers.
Programme Educational Objectives
PEO1: To apply technical and professional skills in Automobile Engineering to meet the demanding and growing challenges of the industries.
PEO2: To apply professional and interpersonal skills by continuously focusing on learning towards higher education and research.
PEO3: To direct learners to become successful entrepreneurs by inculcating professionalism, responsibility, and ethics.
Programme Specific Outcome
PSO1: Apply the concepts of theory of automotive powertrain and to design and develop the modern engines, transmission systems and alternative propulsion system.
PSO2: Apply the concepts of various subsystems to design and analyze the performance of brakes, suspension, steering and electrical/electronic components.