Training/Workshop – Mechanical Engineering

Training/Workshop – Mechanical Engineering

One-Day Workshop on Design Software

The specialized workshop on design software was a transformative learning experience, empowering participants with advanced skills in CAD/CAM tools, simulation software, and digital prototyping techniques. Industry experts and experienced trainers conducted hands-on sessions covering topics such as 3D modeling, simulation analysis, design optimization, and additive manufacturing. Participants gained insights into industry best practices, design validation methodologies, and practical applications of digital tools in engineering design and innovation. The workshop’s immersive learning environment, industry-relevant curriculum, and interactive sessions bridged the gap between academic knowledge and industry demands, preparing participants for dynamic careers in design engineering and product development.


Training for Lab Staff: Ensuring Excellence in Laboratory Practices

The training program for laboratory staff underscored the department’s commitment to maintaining high standards of safety, efficiency, and quality in experimental setups and research activities. The comprehensive training covered equipment operation, calibration procedures, safety protocols, data acquisition techniques, and experimental troubleshooting. Experienced trainers, faculty mentors, and industry experts provided hands-on demonstrations, case studies, and interactive sessions to enhance staff competency, promote best practices, and ensure regulatory compliance in laboratory operations. The training program not only empowered lab staff with updated skills but also fostered a culture of continuous improvement, teamwork, and adherence to ethical and safety standards in research and experimentation.

Slotting Attachment on Lathe Prototype: Innovating Manufacturing Processes

The showcase of the Slotting Attachment on Lathe Prototype developed under the Innovation Centre Gravity exemplified the department’s prowess in applied research, prototyping, and innovative manufacturing solutions. The project, a collaborative effort of students and faculty members, showcased precision machining capabilities, versatility in manufacturing processes, and the integration of advanced technologies into conventional machinery. The prototype’s demonstration highlighted its potential applications in small-scale production, customization, and prototyping, sparking discussions on automation, Industry 4.0, and digital manufacturing trends. The project’s success story inspired students, researchers, and industry partners to explore cutting-edge solutions, collaborative projects, and technology transfer initiatives for industrial competitiveness and innovation ecosystem development.


Expert Talk on MEP: Navigating Multidisciplinary Engineering Frontiers

The Expert Talk on Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) systems provided a holistic perspective on integrated building services design, sustainability strategies, energy efficiency solutions, and regulatory considerations. Esteemed speakers from industry, academia, and professional organizations shared their insights, case studies, and best practices in MEP engineering, enlightening participants about emerging technologies, industry trends, and career opportunities in the MEP sector. The interactive session facilitated discussions on green building initiatives, smart infrastructure, renewable energy integration, and holistic approaches to building design and operation. Participants gained valuable insights into interdisciplinary collaboration, project management, and technical expertise required to excel in complex MEP engineering projects across diverse sectors such as construction, infrastructure development, and sustainable build

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