Work in areas such as Production, Thermal Design, CAD, CAE/CAM, Simulation & Industrial Applications, Automotive, Manufacturing and Design Industries.


To be regionally and nationally recognized as department of excellence by providing high quality Mechanical Engineering education leading to competent engineers shouldering the responsibility to contribute effectively to the advancement of industry and society.


  1. Technical Excellence: To be a center of excellence for Mechanical Engineering education by providing the state of the art facilities & learning environment. To mold engineers with sound basics to adopt to latest technologies.
  2. Industry Relationship: To promote industry-institute interaction through consultancy services and continuing education programmes and providing specialized programmes as per the need and become active partner for the industries in their R & D work.
  3. Competency: Imparting quality education to the students and enhancing their skills to make them competitive Mechanical Engineers. And encouraging students to actively involve in entrepreneurship development.
  4. Social and ethical values: To provide the students with academic environment of excellence, leadership, ethical guidelines and lifelong learning needed for a long productive career.


If your interest lies in design, development and maintenance of machines and its support systems explore this course. The diverse areas to which mechanical engineers contribute include transportation, power generation and energy conversion, environmental control, robotics, mechatronics, precision engineering etc.


MVJCE is one of the top mechanical engineering colleges in Bangalore which provides unmatched learning experience to students. To know more about what MVJCE offers to its students please click here. PDF


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TVS, Hero Honda, Maruthi, TATA, Toyota, SKF, Disa, Delphi, Volvo, Quest Global, General Motors, Ashok Leyland, etc.


  1. PEO-1: Career plat form: Graduates will have utilized a strong foundation in engineering and science to improve quality of life and livelihoods through a successful career in mechanical engineering or related fields.
  2. PEO-2: Social Responsibility: Graduates will become effective collaborators and innovators, leading or participating in efforts to address social, business design and production challenges and competitive to work for any Industry in our nation.
  3. PEO-3: Continuous Learning: Graduates will have engaged in life-long learning and professional development through self-study, continuing education or graduate and professional studies in engineering and carryout the research work.


  1. PSO-1: Basics Mechanical Knowledge: An ability to apply a knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require limited application of principles but extensive practical knowledge
  2. PSO-2: Mechanical Design: Ability to model and design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within the realistic constraints.


Mr Ravishankar

M K Mr Ravishankar M K is an Associate professor and Head of the Department, of Mechanical Engineering. He has obtained Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, graduated, B.E in Mechanical Engineering and Post graduation, M.Tech (Product design and Manufacturing) from R V College of Engineering. At present he is pursuing Ph.D. He has 8 years of experience (6 Years of teaching & 2 Years of Industry). He is a Associate member of INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (INDIA) and Life member of INDIAN SOCIETY FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION. He has been adjudged as best academic teacher in the year 2010-2011 at MVJCE. He is also attended and presented papers in national conferences and published one of his papers in international journal.

His areas of interest
His interests include Automobile Engineering, Solar energy, Product design





Introduction to Fitting and Welding Equipments. Preparation of the Specimen for Fitting and Welding. Models like T Joint, L Joint, Lap Joint and Butt Joint in Welding. In Fitting, students prepare assembled models of triangular, dovetail, semicircular and rectangular joint, etc.
Orthographic Projections – Sections of Solids – Riveted Joints – Screw Fasteners – Couplings – Assembly drawings for Screw Jack, Plumber Block, Machine Vice, Tailstock, IC engine piston, Connecting rods and tool head of a shaper.
Manual Part programming for turning, parting, thread cutting – operations in lathe – Drilling – Milling – Operations for different profiles. Computer Assisted Part Programming using CAPS turn, CAPS mill, See turn, See mill – using this applications simulation of lathe, milling, drilling operations.
Geometrical Constructions – Projection of Points – Lines – Planes – Solids – Isomeric Projections and Development of Surfaces.
Strain gauge – polarimeter – governors – dampers – journal bearing – whirling of shafts – balancing – gyroscope.
Flash and Fire Point – Junkers Calorimeter – Planimeter – Performance testing of Two Stroke Petrol, Four Stroke Petrol, Four Stroke diesel and Twin Cylinder engines – Electrical, Single cylinder mechanical and Hydraulic dynamometers – Variable Compression Ratio.
Venturimeter – orifice meter – V notch – Losses – Reynolds Number – Impact of jet on vanes – Pelton Wheel – Francis Turbine – Kaplan turbine – Single stage and Multi stage reciprocating Pump – Blower – Compressor.
Determination of the Clay content – Sand Permeability – Shear test – Compression test – Moisture content test – Foundry models like Split patterns – Single mould – double mould patterns. Demonstration of Casting Patterns – Forging models like Square nail – Square bolt – Hexagonal; bolt – Material Calculations.
Boiling and Condensation – Determination of Thermal Conductivity – Composite wall – Pinfin experiment – Free and Forced Convection – Radiation – Parallel and Counter Flow Heat Exchanges – Convection – Conduction – Parallel Flow – Emissivity – Stephen Boltzmann Constant – Vapour Compression – Refrigeration.
Lathe Operations – Turning, Parting, Knurling, Thread Cutting, Drilling –Shaping – Milling – Gear Cutting – Simple Models – 4 models respect to lathe and 2 models respect to drilling and shaping, 1 model respect to milling.
Preparation of Specimen – Studying the Microstructure for materials like High Carbon Steel, HSS, Mild Steel, Cast Iron, Brass, Copper, Aluminum, etc, – Studying the Mechanical Properties using destructive testing like Impact, Tensile, Compression, Wear, Fatigue tests – nondestructive tests like dye penetrating, magnetic detector, ultrasonic sound.


Mechanical Engineering Department has 2 important clubs – Dynamech and SAE.
“DynaMech” the departmental club promotes activities of co-curricular & extracurricular nature that are aimed to provide a platform to stimulate interests, that augment classroom knowledge. These are by way of lectures by expert speakers form both industry & academia.
SAEINDIA is India’s leading resource for mobility technology. As an individual member driven society of mobility practitioners the ownership of SAEINDIA wrests with its members who are Individuals from the mobility community, which includes Engineers Executives from Industry, Government Officials, Academics and Students