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    industry collaborations

  • 16+

    lakhs in scholarships

  • 65%

    faculty members hold PhD

  • 95%

    placement for TSB students

  • 14+

    lakhs in scholarships



The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in Manipal University Jaipur in 2011.
Mechanical Engineering is one of the major streams in the engineering profession and its principles are involved in the design, study, development and construction of nearly all of the physical devices and systems.

Our Mechanical Engineering degrees are rooted in the real world of industry and the rapidly evolving needs of the engineering sector. Our professionally accredited Mechanical Engineering degree equips students with knowledge and skills across a wide range of mechanical engineering topics. A degree in Mechanical Engineering is the basis for a career in a profession that offers an extremely wide choice of employment. Four core subjects Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics and Dynamics will form the backbone of studies and give a sound foundation in Mechanical Engineering principles.

Be a modern engineer for the future. We are committed to developing the modern professional engineers for the future. Our emphasis is on active learning, supported by state of the art practices in lectures and tutorials. This program provides a broad-ranging understanding of Mechanical Engineering principles and the confidence to apply this knowledge to real engineering problems.

The Department offers Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, M. Tech in Computer Aided Analysis and Design and Manufacturing Engineering and Technology including Ph. D programs in several areas of specialisation.




  • Excellence in Mechanical Engineering Education for Global Competency with Human Values




  • M1. To provide conducive academic and research environment.
  • M2. To develop professional skills by student centric activities and industry collaboration.
  • M3. To serve society by Inspiring young minds with ethical values.





  • Excellent infrastructure in terms of manpower, books, teaching aids & sophisticated equipment for producing excellent Engineers.
  • Exposure to industries through periodical industrial visits and ambient opportunities to take up industrial attachment or apprenticeship
  • Well established laboratories with upgraded tools at par with the technical advancements
  • One of the largest departments at Manipal University Jaipur
  • Study includes theoretical knowledge as well as practical knowledge




  • Manufacturing Engineering and Technology
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics & Heat Transfer
  • Computer Aided Analysis and Design
  • Internal Combustion Engine
  • Computer Numerical Control
  • Advanced Manufacturing Technology
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • Renewable Energy
  • Energy Storage
  • Alternative Fuels



Department of Mechanical Engineering offes following programs:











  • CLICK HERE to see students of Mechanical Engineering placed in companies.



  • CLICK HERE to see Higher Study data of Mechanical Engineering students.





The areas of research include: • Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer • Advanced Manufacturing Technology • Fuzzy Logic • Dynamics, Vibration and control • Material Science • Internal combustion Engine • Thermodynamics • Computer Aided Analysis and Design • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning • Numerical modeling and simulation, Finite Element Method.



BIONAC Research Lab

BIONAC Research Lab is an interdisciplinary research facility, located in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Manipal University Jaipur to converge and develop next-generation structural bio-nanocomposites. Click Here for more details.



Engineered Biomedical Materials Research and Innovation Centre (EnBioMatRIC) was setup by Prof. Sanchita Bandyopadhyay-Ghosh and Prof. Subrata Bandhu Ghosh in 2018 at Manipal University Jaipur to serve as the centre for development of next generation biomedical materials, primarily towards management of bone trauma and for diagnostic biosensor applications. Click Here for more details.



This Laboratory was established from the grant received from Office of Naval Research Global (ONRG), Singapore on Hetero mental Oxides Nanostructures for Marine Coatings: Synthesis and Characterization. The total funding for this laboratory was approximately Rs. 1.5 Crore. And it is utilized by B.Tech., M.Tech & Ph.D Students for R&D Projects and dissertations. This lab has Holmarc HO-TH-04 Spray Pyrolysis equipment has been used for various oxide coating. The system automates various parameters such as flow rate, air pressure, etc. Click Here for more details


Multiscale Simulation Research Center (MSRC)

Manipal University Jaipur established a high-end computational facility   called “Multiscale Simulation Research Center (MSRC)” in 2019 June to cater the needs of the students, researchers, Ph.D. scholars, and faculties working in the various domains of engineering and science using different computational tools at different length scales. The center has two-fold objectives: developing new computational technologies through high-end computational research, and providing consultancy services to the industry through design, and analysis solutions. Click Here for more details.


CLICK HERE to see Mechanical Engineering Faculty List


The dept has programs in Mechanical Engineering and it is fully equipped with world class laboratories & workshops.


Dr. Ravi Kumar Sharma 

Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering


Adjunct Visiting Faculty


Prof. Mohd. Khalid


Mohammad Khalid is a professor and head of Graphene & Advanced 2D Materials Research Group at Sunway University, Malaysia. His research interests include advanced nanomaterial synthesis for energy harvesting, storage, and conversion applications. He has authored over 250 peer-reviewed scientific articles, edited six books, and filed five patents. He is on the editorial board of Scientific Reports and ECS Sensor Plus. For the years 2020 and 2021, he was listed among the top 2% of scientists in the field of material science. He is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC), U.K.