Best Mechanical Engineering College in Bangalore | Mechanical Engineering College in Bangalore | MVJCE




To achieve regional and national recognition as a department of excellence that provides unparalleled Mechanical Engineering education and to produce outstanding engineers who can contribute to industrial and societal advancement.


  1. Technical Excellence: The School of Mechanical Sciences at MVJCE is well on the road to becoming a Centre of Excellence in Mechanical Engineering education. By providing students with state-of-the-art facilities and a vibrant learning environment, we empower young engineers with a sound foundation and a powerful set of skills that leverage the latest technologies.
  2. Industry Relationships: Through high-quality consultancy services, continuous education programs and specialised programs catering to industry needs, we aim to work with industry partners to bolster their Research and Development activities.
  3. Competency: Producing competent and competitive young engineers is our topmost priority. We achieve this, by imparting engineering education of the highest quality, ably complemented by practical training. These are the things that make our Graduates stand out in a competitive employment market. We encourage the development of an entrepreneurial mind-set among our students so that they may bring about a positive change in society.
  4. Social and ethical values: We instil in our students a spirit of academic excellence, leadership, ethics, and a passion for lifelong learning. These are the qualities that will prepare them to excel in their engineering careers and beyond.
  • If you have a flair for designing machines
  • If you have a passion for the development and maintenance of machines and their support systems
  • If you wish to acquire the competence to contribute to areas as diverse as transportation, power generation and energy conversion, environmental control, robotics, mechatronics, precision engineering etc.
  • If your goal is to be the best in your chosen field
  • If you are looking for experienced and dedicated faculty to hand hold you through the entire period of study
Then, you have come to the right place!
  • Approved by the AICTE
  • Affiliated to VTU
  • VTU Approved Research Centre.
  • Accredited by NBA
  1. Career Platform: Our graduates will leverage their backgrounds in mechanical engineering and science, to improve livelihoods and quality of life through careers in engineering or related fields. The skill sets we provide will ensure that they can fit into any industry.
  2. Social Responsibility: Our graduates will become effective collaborators and innovators, leading in efforts to tackle social, business, design and production challenges.
  3. Continuous Learning: The learning culture in our School will encourage our Graduates in life-long learning and professional development, through self-study, continuing education, and independent research work.
  1. Basic Mechanical Engineering Knowledge: Graduates will develop the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to real-world engineering problems.
  2. Mechanical Design: Graduates will be trained to model and design a system, component, or process, to meet the needs of industry under realistic constraints.
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering is accredited for 3 years (2017-18 to 2019-2020) by National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi.
  • Mechanical Engineering Department at MVJCE is recognized as Research Centre for pursuing Ph.D.
  • DYNAMECH, the Department Club, which was established on 15th April 2014,enables the students to learn concepts, along with performing tasks on the concept.
  • The Department is associated with professional bodiessuch as Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and Engineers Without Border (EWB).
  • The final year students are doing in-house projects, under the expert guidanceofour dedicated faculty.
A list of some of the outstanding projects:
  • Hybrid Solar Bag
  • Solar bi-cycle
  • Automated Inflation Tyres for four-wheelers
  • Performance evaluation of RAM air cooled liquid cooling system of fighter air crafts
  • Ever Green Bicycle
  • Bio-mimetic bird
  • The students of Mechanical Department have developed innovative projects like
    • Tricycle running on water
    • Go-KartModel
Our graduates are in great demand in the industry. Here is a partial list of the companies where our students have been placed: •TVS, •Hero Honda, •Maruti-Suzuki, •TATA, •Toyota, •SKF, •Disa, •Delphi, •Volvo, •Quest Global, •General Motors, •Ashok Leyland.
  • Basic Workshop 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.
  • CAMD Lab 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.
  • CIM & automation 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.
  • Computer Aided Engineering Drawing- Geometrical Constructions – Projection of Points – Lines – Planes – Solids – Isomeric Projections and Development of Surfaces.
  • Design Lab- Strain gauge – polarimeter – governors – dampers – journal bearing – whirling of shafts – balancing – gyroscope.
  • EC Lab- 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.
  • FM Lab- 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.
  • Foundry & Forging Lab- 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.
  • HMT Lab- 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.
  • Machine Shop- 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.
  • Material Testing Lab- 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.

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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

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Dr. Vivekanand B Huddar is Professor and Head of Mechanical Engineering department. He obtained his Ph.D from Visvesvaraih Technological University, Belagavi, Karnataka in 2019 on the title “ Experimental Investigations on Performance of Solar Dryers for Drying Cashew Kernels” in the area of THERMAL ENGINEERING. He did his M.Tech in the year 2016 from BV Bhoomreddi College of Engineering Huballi then affiliated to Visvesvaraih Technological University, Belagavi, Karnataka. He obtained his BE in Mechanical Engineering from Rural Engineering College in 1988-89 then affiliated to Karnataka University Dharwad.

He has published six research papers on drying technology using renewable/ solar energy in reputed international journals. He has successfully completed Rs. 58 lakh funded project titled “Up-gradation of cashew processing equipments” cosponsored by Karnataka Council for Technological Up-gradation, Bengaluru. He has guided more than 30 UG projects out of which three projects got KSCST funding. He has 10 years of industrial experience and 20 years of academic experience at various levels. He has been involved in research from the past 6 years. His areas of interest are Renewable Energy, Thermodynamics and Heat transfer.

Academic Year: 2013-2014

  1. Dr. K. S. Badarinarayan, (2013), “Optimization Of Static Mixer For An Automotive Exhaust SCR System Using CFD”, Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology Management.
  2. Dr. K. S. Badarinarayan, (2013), “Finite Element Evaluation Of Composite Sandwich Panel Under Static Four Point Bending Load”, Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology Management.
  3. Mrs.  Sanjibanipani,, (2013), “A Parametric Study On Laser Drilling Of Al/SICP Metal-Matrix Composite”,Journal of Engineering Manufacture, ELSEVIER.
  4. Mr. R. Selvan,, (2013), “Performance and Emission Analysis of Single Cylinder Diesel Engine Using Jatropha Oil with Supercharger”, International Journal for Scientific Research & Development.

Academic Year: 2014-2015

  1. Mr. R. Sivasubramaniyam, (2014), “Performnce Analysis on Array of Circular Fins through Forced Convection”, International Journal of Engineering Research and    Technology.
  2. Mr. R. Selvan, (2014), “Performance and Emission Analysis of single cylinder Diesel Engine using Jatropha oil with EGR”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research.
  3. Mr. R. Selvan, (2014), “Performance and Emission Analysis of Diesel Engine using Jatropha oil with EGR”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research.

Academic Year: 2015-2016

  1. Mr. R. Sivasubramaniyam, (2015), “Performance Analysis and Heat Transfer Studies on Protruding Surfaces of Electronic Components”, Concurrent Advances in Mechanical Engineering.

Academic Year: 2016-2017

  1. G L Chandra Sekhar,et al.  (2016), "Investigation on mechanical properties of Al 4.5% Cu Sie  and Al 4.5 Cu-graphit composites" in EJERS.
  2. Yogendra Mahajan, et al. (2017), “A Review of Elastomers in Polyjet Additive Manufacturing of Electromechanical Devices”, Conference Proceedings, National Conference on Current Developments and its Applications in Mechanical Engineering.
  3. P Rajesh Kumar and Parthasarathy N.S. (2016), "Static response of an earth wire strand under coupled tension and torsion", International Journal of Power Systems and Power Electronics, 6(1), Pp. 124-128.
  4. Shankar. G, Parthasarathy. N.S, “Response of a bi-metallic conductor under axisymmetric loads” International Journal of Power Systems and Power Electronics, April 2016, Vol 6, Pp. 119-123.
  5. Shankar. G, Parthasarathy. N.S, “Static response of a bi-metallic conductor under tension and torsion” International Conference on Innovations and Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering, Nagarjuna College of Engineering and Technology, Bangalore, India, 11th June 2016,Vol 1,pp-39-34.

Academic Year: 2017-2018

  1. Yogendra Mahajan, Amruth Gouda, Amay Kulkarni, Darshan Gouda, Harsh Paul Abhishek, "Process Parameter Optimization of Mechanical Properties For Components Fabricated By Fused Deposition Modelling Process Using Orthogonal Arrays", International Journal For Research & Development In Technology, July 2017, Vol. 8(1).
  2. Yogendra Mahajan, T V Govindaraju, B Anand, “A Review of Elastomers in Polyjet Additive Manufacturing of Electromechanical Devices”, Conference Proceedings, National Conference on Current Developments and its Applications in Mechanical Engineering, 10th – 12th May 2017.pp 87-90.

Academic Year: 2018-2019

  1. Dr.S.Marimuthu, Pandiyarajan R, Maran P, Murugan N, “Friction stir welding of hybrid AA 6061 – Zr02 composites FSW process optimization using desirability approach”, Material Research express, Article reference: MRX2 – 101561.R3, Vol. 6, March 2019.
  2. Sharmiladevi Nagenderan, Prabhu Rajamamundi, Mohanraj Chandran, K. P. Gopinath, “Bio ethanol from moringa olefira and pithecellobium dulce leafs: Production and characterization, Article in Press, Energy sources, part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects”, Taylor and Francis Group, DOI: 10.1080/15567036.2019.1587055. Feb 2019.
  3. Chandrashekhar G. L., Y. Vijayakumar, Madeva Nagara, and Hariprasad, “Synthesis and mechanical characterization of nano B4C particulates reinforced Al7475 alloy composites”, AIP Conference Proceedings 2039; 020017 (2018); doi: 10.1063/1.5078976.
  4. P Rajeshkumar, Parthasarathy N.S., “Stiffness of a Single layered Cable Assembly over a sheave with Internal Friction”, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology, 9(4), April 2018, pp. 156–168.
  5. P Rajeshkumar and Parthasarathy N.S., “Constrained Bending Phenomenon of A Single Layered Cable Assembly”, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology, 9(2), April 2018, pp. 58–67.
  6. Yogendra Mahajan, T V Govindaraju, and B Anand “A Review of Taguchi Optimization Techniques in Additive Manufacturing Techniques”, International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology, 2018, Vol. 6(3).
  7. Rachappa, Venkatesh N., and Hanumanthraju, “A wear study on bio-active coating of Al2O3, Egg and Sea shell powder on Teflon and Nylon”, Journal for Advanced Research in Applied Sciences, 5(4), April-2018, 583-595.
  8. Shankar. G, Parthasarathy. N.S, “A refined slip model for predicting the variable bending stiffness in a single layered cable” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology, December 2018,  Vol 9(13), pp-203-212.
  9. Shankar. G, Parthasarathy. N.S, “Numerical simulation and experimental evaluation of bending deflection of transmission line conductor” International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology, December 2018, Vol 9(6), pp-120-128.

Academic Year: 2019-2020

  1. S. Vishvanath Perumal and G. Anand, “Effect of Nano Clay on the Mechanical Properties, Abrasion and Swelling Resistence of EPDM/JBR Composites”, Silicon (Accepted).
  2. Arunkumar T., Venkatachalam P., Anish M., Beemkumar N., Jayaprabakar J., Effect of Flame Retardant Additive with Polyurea for Explosive Environment, Accepted for publication in Materials Research Innovations (Scopus indexed; Taylor & Francis online).
  3. Vishavanath Perumal S, Anand G, Effect of Nanoclay/nanosilica on the mechanical properties, abrasion, swelling resistance of EPDM/SBR composites. Silicon, Springer Accepted and Published online (SCI indexed, IF 1.210)
  4. Niranjan Hugar, Ravish B V, Dr. B. Venkata Narayana, Dr. Thammaiah gowda Aluminium Metal Matrix Composites and Various Combination of Reinforcing Materials, Test Engineering and Management 82 (January-February 2020), 251-261.
  5. Vishvanathperumal, S., Anand, G. Effect of Nanosilica and Crosslinking System on the Mechanical Properties and Swelling Resistance of EPDM/SBR Nanocomposites with and without TESPT. Silicon (2020).
  6. T. Arunkumar, G. Anand, P. Venkatachalam, M. Anish, J. Jayaprabakar, and J. Sajin, "Effect of Plural Spray Coating Process Parameters on Bonding Strength of Polyurea with Steel and Aluminum for Liquid Storage Applications," Journal of Testing and Evaluation 49. Published ahead of print, 08 May 2020,
  7. Darekar, Vaibhav, Laxmikant Jathar, Sameer Tamboli, Kiran Shahapurkar, Sunil Waddar, Mahantayya Mathapathi, H. S. Rakshith, and Manzoore Elahi M. Soudagar. "Wear response review of natural and environment pollutant filled polymer composites." In AIP Conference Proceedings, vol. 2247, no. 1, p. 040020. AIP Publishing LLC, 2020.
  8. Venkatachalam, Perumal. "Analysis of the Tribological Properties of Commercial Pure (CP) Aluminum Developed by Chip Consolidation through Equal Channel Angular Pressing (ECAP)." Recent Advances in Materials and Manufacturing Technologies (2019): 361.,
  9. Gudimetla, Kondaiah, Smedha Mohanlal, Anil Babu Sankuru, S. Ramesh Kumar, Perumal Venkatachalam, and Balasubramanian Ravisankar. "Effect of Back Pressure on the Consolidation Behaviour of Titanium Sponge Particles Processed by ECAP." In Materials Science Forum, vol. 969, pp. 565-569. Trans Tech Publications Ltd, 2019.
  10. Waddar, S, Pitchaimani, J, Doddamani, M. Effect of thermal loading on syntactic foam sandwich composite. Polymer Composites. 2020; 1–11. (Wiley ,SCI,IF=2.268)
  11. S. Vishvanath Perumal and G. Anand, “Effect of Nano Clay on the Mechanical Properties, Abrasion and Swelling Resistence of EPDM/JBR Composites”, Silicon (Accepted).
  12. Madhusudana C. K., Hemantha Kumar and Narendranath S., "Vibration-based fault diagnosis of a face milling tool using empirical mode decomposition features and artificial neural network",International Journal of Condition Monitoring, 2019, 9 (2), 25-34.

Academic Year: 2020-2021

  1. Mechanical behavior of 3D printed syntactic foam composites, Composite Structures, Volume 254, 2020, 112832, ISSN 0263-8223, (SCI,IF=5.138,Elsevier)
S No Name Qualification Designation Total Experience(years) Research Area
1 Dr. P MAHABALESWARAPPA Ph.D Professor & Principal 35 Abrasive Water Jet Machining.
2 Dr. VIVEKANAND B HUDDAR Ph.D Professor & HOD 30 Thermal Engineering
3 Dr. ARVIND B DATYE Ph.D Professor 36 Heat Transfer
5 Dr. MADHUSUDANA C K Ph.D Associate Professor 7 Condition Monitoring
6 Dr. ANAND Ph.D Associate Professor 2.2 Materials and Manufacturing
7 Dr. SUNIL SHANKAR WADDAR Ph.D Associate Professor 1.5 Polymer Composites
8 Dr. SANGAMESH GONDEGAON Ph.D Associate Professor 5.5 Finite Element Analysis
9 Mr. RAJESH KUMAR P Ph.D Assistant Professor 13 tress Analysis
10 Mr. G SHANKAR Ph.D Assistant Professor 12 Cable Mechanics
11 Mr. MUNIVENKATARAYAPPA M.Tech Assistant Professor & Dy.COE 23 Design Enginering(CAD/PDM/PLM)
12 Mr. G L CHANDRA SEKHAR M.Tech Assistant Professor 11 composite Materials
13 Mrs. SWETHA AGRAWAL M.Tech Assistant Professor 11 Computational Fluid Dynamics
14 Mr. KRISHNAPRASAD R M.Tech Assistant Professor 4 Aerospace Materials
15 Mr. MOHAN KUMAR K M.Tech Assistant Professor 7 composite Materials
16 VINOTH KUMAR G M.Tech Assistant Professor 5.6 RAC & HVAC
17 Mr. RACHAPPA C T M.E Assistant Professor 7.5 Friction Stir Welding
18 Mr. SUHAS B M.Tech Assistant Professor 5 Fatigue and Creep
19 Mr. PRAMOD R SHARMA M.Tech Assistant Professor 8 I.C Engines
20 Mr. S SANDEEP M.Tech Assistant Professor 5 Machine Design
21 KIRAN KK M.Tech Assistant Professor 7.3 COMPOSITE MATERIALS
22 Mr. PRAMOD N S M.Tech Assistant Professor 3 Energy storage
23 Mr. SUCHITH K S M.Tech Assistant Professor 5 Thermal Engineering
24 Ms. AKSHITHA G M.Tech Assistant Professor 3 Fatigue and Fracture
25 Mr. RAKESH SHARMA M.Tech Assistant Professor 2.5 Prosethtic  LowerLimb
27 Mr. NIRANJAN HUGAR M.Tech Assistant Professor 4 Composite Materials