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MS Mechanical Engineering (Mechanical Design & Analysis)

Mechanical Design and Analysis (MDA) program focus to develop the core mechanical engineering skills related to the design, analysis and synthesis of the mechanical parts/systems/devices. These skills are considered as the core of any product design & development industry for a range of exciting careers in the field of mechanical engineering. Moreover, this program enables the graduates to contribute in the research and development of solution for advance mechanical engineering problems.

Key research areas for this field of specialization are:

  • Linear and Nonlinear Behavior of Mechanical Structures
  • Modeling and Simulation of Mechanical Systems
  • Product Design and Analysis
  • Vibrations, Chaos, and Machine Condition Monitoring etc.

MDA is a most valuable and pragmatic program that develop a strong technical, analytical, and problem solving skills essential for a range of exciting careers in the challenging field of perfunctory engineering. This program enables the graduate’s engineers to contribute in the development of new and better solutions for mechanical components & systems, production equipment and industrial plants.

First Semester
  Core 1 3-0
  Core 2 3-0
  Elective 1 3-0
Second Semester
  Core 3 3-0
  Core 4 3-0
  Elective 2 3-0
Third Semester
  Elective 3 3-0
  Elective 4 3-0
Fourth Semester

Core Couses
Finite Element Methods 3--0
Advanced Mechanics of Materials 3--0
Advanced Mechanical Vibrations 3--0
Mechanics of Composite Materials 3--0
Special Course in Mechanical Design & Analysis 3--0
Elective Courses
Fatigue in Metals and Composites 3--0
Mechanical Behavior of Materials 3--0
Fracture Mechanics 3--0
Theory of Elasticity 3--0
Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer 3--0
Computational Fluid Dynamics 3--0
Theory of Plates and Shells 3--0
Product Design Fundamentals 3--0
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems 3--0
Theory of Plasticity 3--0
Mathematical Modeling and Simulation 3--0
Non Destructive Evolution of Structures and Materials 3--0
Smart Structures 3--0
Non Linear Dynamics and Chaos 3--0
Rapid Prototyping 3--0
Theory of Aeroelasticity 3--0
Experimental Stress Analysis 3--0
Condition Monitoring of Rotating Machines 3--0
Introduction to MEMS 3--0
Multidisciplinary Design Optimization 3--0
Vibrations of Shells and Plates 3--0
Production & Operations Management 3--0
Experimental Solid Mechanics 3--0
Energy Conservation for Sustainability 3--0
Rotordynamics 3--0
Advanced Numerical Analysis 3--0
Flow Induced Vibration 3--0
  • BS/ BE/ equivalent (16 Years of education) with a strong background in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering with minimum CGPA = 2.00 out of 4.00 or 60% marks (where CGPA not available) from HEC and PEC (where applicable) recognized Institute/University or from Foreign Institute/University of good repute.
  • GAT-A (General) conducted by NTS in the relevant field of study with = 50% marks or HAT (General) conducted by HEC in the relevant field of study with = 50% marks or GRE International (General) conducted by ETS, USA, with minimum score as Quantitative: 145, Verbal: 145, Analytical: 3.5