Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Electronics & Communication Engineering
Computer Science Engineering
The application of the principles of engineering, physics and material science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems.
Mechanical engineers always have a great demand globally due to its vast scope of application. It has a remarkable possibility in Hydraulics, cement industry, steel industry, Manufacturing plants, power zone, Petroleum, Aeronautical, Biotechnology, Automobile engineering and many more. Mechanical engineers can also find job very easily in the public sector industries such as Indian Railways, Indian Air force (Technical), Indian Army, Thermal power corporations etc..
The students will start with an introduction to key topics such as statics and dynamics, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, stress analysis, mechanical design and technical drawing. As the course progresses, there should be more opportunities to specialize in a particular field within which mechanical engineering skills are applied. Creativity and curiosity to know how things work, is important for a career in mechanical engineering. The application base of Mechanical engineering is extremely broad and diverse. Almost all inventions during the ancient period and a vast majority in the modern era are direct contributions of one or the other application of mechanics.
The graduates from mechanical engineering have demand in the field of design, development, production, research in mechanical engineering and production engineering. Besides these currently mechanical engineering students have fabulous growth and demand in the field of IT, banking etc. Mechanical engineering is practically needed in every walk of life. It is vital for defense and power sector and also in medical field. All in all mechanical engineering put forward a wide array of job options to students who are looking for a stable and stimulating career.
The sub disciplines include Geotechnical Engg, Structural Engg, Transportation Engg, Environmental Engg, Water Resource Engg, Materials Engg, Coastal Engg, etc. The economic growth and industrialization had created an increasing demand for infrastructure development globally, which has brought the lime light back to Civil Engineering. The sub disciplines include Geotechnical Engg, Structural Engg, Transportation Engg, Environmental Engg, Water Resource Engg, Materials Engg, Coastal Engg, etc. The economic growth and industrialization had created an increasing demand for infrastructure.
At CCET we try to balance engineering education with the fundamentals that engineers will need during their career and the skills that they need to start functioning as engineers upon graduation. During the course of study students will acquire necessary theoretical knowledge as well as practical know-how during classes conducted in laboratories.
We have given due significance for well being of students and faculty. Taking into consideration about the requirements of our students, arrangements has been made with excellent infrastructure facilities within the campus to enhance the spirits for a better learning experience. Spacious class rooms, libraries, laboratories, canteens, transportation are a few to mention.
Our campus is located in a feel good atmosphere blending with the nature. This will provide an ambiance of healthy and fresh environment for the students to learn and enjoy while at the campus. We are conveying the message to go green, save the planet and preserve the natural resources for coming generations to lead a healthier life.
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