The Mechanical Engineering Department is designed to provide talented and ambitious professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve positions of leadership within their chosen profession. The combination of NGI’s strong technologically rich curricula and state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities, coupled with an unparalleled commitment to a friendly learning environment and to students’ personal development, uniquely prepares Noble graduates to excel in their chosen professions and to lead rewarding and creative lives.

In addition to attaining mastery of the core knowledge within his or her field, Department of Mechanical Engineering is designed to enable students to:

  • Solve real-world, open-ended problems with creativity and risk taking to obtain solutions that are practical and sustainable, including those they encounter in state-of-the-art research under the direction of distinguished faculty.
  • Develop and refine exceptional communication skills with an awareness of potential cultural differences.
  • Lead effectively and work productively within disciplinary and multidisciplinary teams composed of members with diverse interests and backgrounds.NGI, the Top Mechanical Engineering in Junagadh

The mission of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is to educate, prepare, and mentor students to graduate as professional and to grow throughout their careers in order to meet the competitive global market Utilize technology for the progress of mankind being frontier in teaching, engineering principles, research and development.

Course Objective

Mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices (e.g., microscale sensors and inkjet printer nozzles) to large systems (e.g., spacecraft and machine tools). The role of a mechanical engineer is to take a product from an idea to the marketplace. So the educational objective of the Mechanical Engineering department is to produce the engineers who have:

  • A well-built foundation of mathematical, scientific and mechanical engineering knowledge and are equipped with problem solving and design, teamwork, and communication skills that will serve them throughout their careers.
  • The ability to work professionally in design, thermal and production areas.
  • Have the ability to successfully pursue advanced studies in mechanical engineering; in related technical areas and in other professional fields .
  • The ability to successfully pursue careers as practicing mechanical engineers in manufacturing industries, energy and utility companies, and engineering consulting firms .
  • Have the ability to master professional leadership roles.
  • An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  • An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
Program Outcomes

Graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Program at Noble engineering college will be prepared to contribute effectively as engineers in a diverse and multidisciplinary work environment.

  • an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  • an ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  • an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
  • an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
  • an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
  • an ability to communicate effectively
  • the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
  • a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
  • a knowledge of contemporary issues
  • an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  • an ability to work professionally in thermal systems engineering, including the design and realization of such systems and
  • an ability to work professionally in mechanical systems engineering, including the design and realization of such systems Graduates will have the following attributes:
    • Outcome I: Students will demonstrate the ability to apply principles of chemistry, physics, calculus, and advanced mathematics to solve problems in thermal-fluids and mechanical systems areas.
    • Outcome II: Students will demonstrate a familiarity with statistics and linear algebra in understanding and applying uncertainty analysis and solving systems of algebraic equations of problems with relevance to mechanical engineering.
    • Outcome III: Students will demonstrate the ability to work professionally in both thermal and mechanical systems areas including the design and realization of such systems.
    • Outcome IV: Students will demonstrate the ability to use contemporary methods and tools for (a) design of components and systems, (b) analysis, and (c) measurements, analysis and interpretation of data.
    • Outcome V: Students will demonstrate the ability to work in a diverse working environment, recognize the economic and societal contexts, and communicate effectively.
    • Outcome VI: Students will be able to apply their education experience to a wide career path.
    • Outcome VII: Students will have an appreciation of professionalism, ethics, leadership, and globalization.
Head of Department
  • Prof. Ravi K Popat
    Prof. Ravi K PopatHead of Department

    Designation: Head of Department

    Work Experience :
    6 Years


Faculty Profile
Industrial Visit
Industrial Visit at Adani Group , Mundra
The visit was organized at Adani Group Mundra by the Mechanical Engineering department of 3rd,5th and 7th semester on 4 October, 2019. Total 78 students and 2 faculty were took part in this visit. In this visit We had visited mainly four places. (1) South Port (2) Adani Willmar (3) West Port (4) Adani Power Station. Students gain knowled... Read More
Industrial Visit at Amtech Investment Casting PVT. LTD.
The visit was organized at Amtech Investment Casting PVT. LTD. Rajkot by the Mechanical department of 4th semester on 16 March, 2019. The main aim of this visit is that to gain practical knowledge of Casting.... Read More
Industrial Visit at Jyoti CNC Automation LTD. Rajkot
Mechanical Department was organized industrial visit for 6th semester students at Jyoti CNC Automation Ltd on 20th January, 2019. Total 25 students and 1 faculty were took part in this visit. The visit was intended to have knowledge of CNC and VMC Manufacturing. Students were live demonstration of parts manufacturing in Machine shop, Part... Read More
Industrial Visit at Apollo Technoforge PVT. LTD.
Mechanical Department had organized industrial visit at Apollo technoforge pvt. Ltd. for 6th semester students on 20th January 2019. Total 25 students and 1 faculty had participated in this visit. The visit was intended to have knowledge of forging process. Students witnessed live demonstration of die making in die shop, forging of... Read More
Industrial visit at Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited(GSECL), Kutch
The visit was organized at Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited – panndhro(kutchh) by the Mechanical department of 7th semester on 21st July, 2018. The main aim of this visit is that to gain practical knowledge of different types of thermal cycle process.... Read More
Industrial Visit at STEELCON IMPEX PVT. LTD, Rajkot
The industrial visit was organized at Steelcon Impex Pvt. Ltd. Rajkot by the Mechanical department of 3rd and 5thsem students on 23 september, 2017. The main aim of the industrial visit is to provide practical knowledge of different types of manufacturing process. The theoretical concept of various processes are study in our syllabus but,... Read More
Industrial Visit at Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited, Kutch (Gujarat)
As per the educational purpose of the final year students of Degree Mechanical Engineering, an industrial visit was organised at Lignite Based Thermal Power Plant in Kutch operated by Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited (GSECL) on 4th August, 2017. There were 48 students who took part in the visit with two Faculty Guides form Me... Read More
Om Hyundai Motors Pvt. Ltd
The industrial visit was organized at Om Hyundai Motors Pvt. Ltd. By the Mechanical Association for final year students on 24th July, 2017. The aim of the industrial workshop was to provide deep Practical knowledge related to Car engines and its part assemblies.The industrial visit was organized at Om Hyundai Motors Pvt. Ltd. By the M... Read More
IGTR Vatva GIDC – Ahmedabad visited by 5th – Mechanical Students on 13/08/2016
Objective: The objective was to visit this company is to learn about the computational machining process and the methods of working mechanical tools with the help of different machine and this appropriate applications. Company Profile: The company IGTR is celebrate with two country india as well as Germany. The company profile is fully... Read More
Jyoti Automation Pvt. Ltd, Rajkot visited by 4TH – A & B Mechanical on 13/03/2016
Objective:To show manufacturer who is a builder of manufacturing. To gain practical exposure of various activities & process involved in developing a CNC product.Company Profile:Jyoti CNC Automation Ltd is the largest one-stop solution for computerized machine cutting tools. Our products are manufactured & assemble... Read More
Lab Detail
    • Motorized gyroscope
    • Static and dynamic balancing apparatus
    • Universal governor apparatus
    • Balancing of reciprocating apparatus
    • Energy of flywheel
    • Calibration of belt type transmission and dynamometer
    • Chain drive
    • Geneva drive
    • Pawl & Rachet motion
    • Four bar link mechanism
    • Scotch yoke mechanism
    • Watt mechanism
    • Worm gear
    • Bevel gear
    • Reversing gear
    • Rack & pinion
    • Harmonic motion
    • Action of cam
    • Two stage spur gear
    • Herrigbone gear
    • Internal gear with pinion drive
    • Differential gear
    • Helical gear
    • Train of gear wheel
    • Epicyclic gear train
  • HMT
    • Thermal Conductivity of Insulating Powder Model-HTL-01
    • Thermal Conductivity of Metal Bar Model-HTL-02
    • Heat Transfer From Pin-Fin Apparatus Model-HTL-05
    • Heat Transfer In Forced Convection -HTL-06
    • Heat Transfer Through Composite Walls-HTL-08
    • “Parallel Flow/ Counter Flow Heat Exchanger Unit Model- HTL-14”
    • Steafan- Boltzman Apparatus. Model-HTL-18
    • Emmisivity Measurement Apparatus. Model-HTL-23
    • Dropwise/Filmwise Condesation Apparatus
    • Finned Tube Heat Exchanger
    • Heat Pipe Demonstrator
  • R&AC
    • Vapour Absorption Refrigerationb Trainer
    • Mechanical Heat Pump
    • Air Conditioning Trainer
    • Mercury Thermometer (Glass)
    • Thermometer Digital (Portable- 3000C)
    • Whirling Hygrometer
    • ThermocoupleSensor RTD Digital
  • MSM
    • Metallurgical Microscope
    • CCD camera
    • Specimen Low carbon steel
    • Specimen Medium carbon steel
    • Specimen High carbon steel
    • Specimen Hardened and Tempered Steel
    • Specimen Grey Cast Iron
    • Specimen Malleable Cast Iron
    • Specimen SG Cast Iron
    • Austenitic Stainless Steel
    • Case Carburized Steel
    • Aluminum Alloy
    • Pure copper
    • High Speed Steel
    • Chart
  • EME
    • Boiler and Calorimeter Charts
    • Automobile Engineering Charts
    • Model of 4 stroke Diesel Engine
    • Lever Safety Valve
    • Water Gauge Model
    • Stop Valve
    • Feed Check Valve
    • Blow off cock valve
    • Spring loaded safety valve
    • Fusible plug
    • Economiser
    • Lancashire Boiler
    • Babcock and wilcox boiler
    • Centrifugal pump
    • Francis Turbine
    • Dead weight safety valve
    • Governor apparatus
    • Cochran boiler
    • Reciprocating pump
    • Pressure gauge
    • Cotter joint
    • Cotter joint
    • Knuckle joint
    • Muff coupling
    • Split muff coupling
    • Universal coupling
    • Flanged coupling
    • Flexible coupling
    • Oldham coupling
    • Screw thread nuts
    • Locking arrangement of bolts
    • Sudgen superheater
    • Bomb calorimeter
    • Flash and fire point apparatus
    • Redwood viscometer
  • FM/FPE
    • Notch apparatus model
    • Venturimeter
    • Orificemeter
    • Bernoulli theorem model
    • Meta centric height of ship model
    • Laminar flow apparatus model
    • Turbulent flowapparatus model
    • Reynolds apparatus
    • Free & forced vortex flow apparatus
    • Rotameter model
    • Digital tachometer
    • Centrifugal pump test rig(variable speed)
    • Centrifugal pump test rig(multistage)
    • Cavitation apparatus
    • Reciprocating pump test rig
    • Pipe surge and water hammer apparatus
    • Impact of jet
    • Air compressor test rig
    • Pelton wheel turbine
    • Francis turbine
  • MMM
    • Vernier dial caliper range(0-150 mm)
    • Depth micrometer(0-25 mm)
    • Slip gauge set
    • Dial bore gauge
    • Bevel protector
    • Screw thread gauge
    • Vernier height gauge(0-300 mm)
    • Telescope gauge(8-150 mm)
    • Taper gauge(8-150 mm)
    • Plain plug gauge
    • Piezoeletric transducer model IT-9
    • Sine bar
    • Digital tachometer
    • Techometer
  • MDID
    • Chart
    • Universal Coupling
    • Flange Coupling
    • Oldhams Coupling
    • Cotter Joint
    • Muff Coupling
    • Split Muff Coupling
    • Different Types of Nut & Bolt
    • Knuckle joint
    • Spigot & Socket Joint
    • Flexible Coupling
  • EG
    • Charts
    • Models
    • Instruments
    • ANVIL
    • FITTING VICE – 16
    • FITTING VICE – 2
  • CAD
    • Autocad- Inventor Professional 2010 (12 User)
    • PTC Pro-E Creo-1.o (50 user)
  • IC Engine / Automobile
    • Demo CAR
    • Demo modified four wheeler
    • Demo Scooter
    • Automobile Engine
    • Automobile Parts
Results & Time Table
Sem 1
Sem 2
Sem 3
Sem 4
Sem 5
Sem 6
Sem 7
Sem 8
Teaching Scheme
Semester 1
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3110003PPSProgramming for Problem Solving3204
3110006BMEBasic Mechanical Engineering3204
3110007ESEnvironmental Sciences2020
3110012MPWorkshop/ Manufacturing Practices0402
3110015Maths-IIMathematics –20402
3110016BEBasic Electronics3204

Semester 2
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3110005BEEBasic Electrical Engineering3204
3110014Maths-IMathematics – I3025
3110013EGDEngineering Graphics & Design2404

Semester 3
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
2130002AEMAdvance Engineering Mathematics3025
213003MOSMechanics of Solids4206
2131903MP – IManufacturing Processes I3205
2131904MSMMaterial Science and Metallurgy3205
2131905ETDEngineering Thermodynamics4014
2131906KOMKinematics of Machines3014
2130005DE I ADesign Engineering 1 A0303

Semester 4
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
2140003EEMEngineering Economics and Management3003
2141901MMMMechanical Measurement and Metrology3205
2141905CVNMComplex Variables and Numerical Methods3025
2141906FMFluid Mechanics4206
2141907MDIDMachine Design and Industrial Drafting4206
2141908MP IIManufacturing Processes II3205
2140002DE I BDesign Engineering I B0303

Semester 5
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
2151902TOMTheory of Machines3205
2151903FPEFluid Power Engineering3205
2151907DMEDesign of Machine Elements3205
2151908CEControl Engineering3205
2151909HTHeat Transfer3205
2150001DE II ADesign Engineering II A0303
2150002CSCyber Security0213

Semester 6
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
2161901DOMDynamics of Machinery3205
2161902ICEInternal Combustion Engines3205
2151908CADComputer Aided Design3205
2161907IEIndustrial Engineering3205
2161909R and ACRefrigeration and Air Conditioning3205
2191908CIMComputer Integrated Manufacturing3205
2160001DE II BDesign Engineering II B030

Semester 7
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
2170001Project – IProject – I0404
2171901OROperation Research3205
2171903CAMComputer Aided Manufacturing3205
2171909MDMachine Design3205
2171910PPEPower Plant Engineering4206
2171912OH&POil Hydraulics and Pneumatic3205

Semester 8
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
2170001Project – IIProject – II016016
2171901RESRenewable Energy Sources4004
2181913PDVEProduct Design and Value Engineering3205

Contact (Departmental)

Prof. Ravi Popat

Prof. Akash Raiyani