Mechanical Engineering has been characterized, traditionally, by broad technical activities in the areas of product and machine design; manufacturing and production engineering; the design and installation of thermal-fluid and/or mechanical systems; and the design, analysis and development. Mechanical Engineering includes the science and art of formulation, design, development and control of systems and components involving thermodynamics, mechanics, fluid mechanics, mechanisms and the conversion of energy into useful work. The undergraduate program of study in Mechanical Engineering at Modern Group of Colleges, addresses both the quest to understand how things work and the desire to put this understanding to practical use. The student body is guided by faculty who merit national and international recognition, who are members of prestigious engineering societies and counted among the outstanding scholars in their profession.

The faculty is committed to the advancement of the fundamental Engineering sciences encountered by Undergraduates in a curriculum that is heavy in “basics.” This is balanced by their demonstrated interest and active participation in practical developments as well. Thus, our graduates can function at the leading edge of engineering practice, tackling jobs that are far from dull or routine.


The Undergraduate program provides a broad scientific and technical background in Mechanical engineering. Undergraduate specialisation is provided in the choice of technical electives from the subject areas of applied mechanics, automatic controls, electro-mechanical systems, energy conversion, fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, manufacturing systems and materials processing, mechanical design, cryogenics, thermodynamics, robotics and automation. During the first two years, coursework emphasizes Mathematics, physics, chemistry, computing, materials, statics and graphics: much of this in common with the other engineering curricula. In the last two years, the emphasis is on mechanics of solids and fluids, thermodynamics, heat transfer manufacturing, design and controls; instrumentation, experimentation and system synthesis

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At Modern Group of Colleges we have state of the art laboratories including thermal engineering, EMM, dynamics, metallurgy, metrology and fuels. Modern computing facilities are available for students at the CAD & Computer Integrated Manufacturing Laboratories.


In a wide range of exciting industries including Aerospace, Automotive, Bio-medical, Chemical, Computers, Electronics, Fossil and Nuclear Power, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Robotics and Textiles. In areas of research & development, design, testing and evaluation, manufacturing, operations and maintenance, marketing, sales and administration. In public sector units like Railways, ONGC, Indian Oil, ISRO, SAIL, NTPC, DDRO and IAF.


We have leading mechanical and automotive company’s collaboration for industry academic interface, our campus regularly participate in research activities with these companies.


Admission is carried out on the basis of JEE rank for Punjab Domiciles and for students belonging to other states through online counselling conducted by IKG Punjab Technical University,  66.6% seats form the State Quota while 33.3% seats in each discipline are reserved for Management Quota. Admissions to all seats are made on the basis of merit of JEE/10+2 marks.

Third SemesterFourth Semester
Sr. No.CoursesSr. No.Courses
1.Strength of Materials- I1.Strength of Materials – II
2.Theory of Machines-I2.Theory of Machines – II
3.Machine Drawing3.Fluid Mechanics
4.Applied Thermodynamics -I4.Applied Thermodynamics – II
5.Manufacturing Processes – I5.Manufacturing Processes-II
6.Engineering Materials & Metallurgy6.Fluid Mechanics Lab
7.Engineering Materials & Metallurgy Lab7.Manufacturing Processes Lab
8.Strength of Materials Lab.8.Theory of Machines Lab
9.Applied Thermodynamics Lab
10.Workshop Training
Fifth SemesterSixth Semester
Sr. No.CoursesSr. No.Courses
1.Mathematics-III1.Design of Machine Elements II
2.Design of Machine Elements – I2.Heat Transfer
3.Computer aided Design and Manufacturing3.Fluid Machinery
4.Mechanical Measurement and Metrology4.Statistical and Numerical Methods in Engineering
5.Industrial Automation and Robotics5.Departmental Elective-I
6.Automobile Engineedng6.Heat Transfer Lab.
7.Computer aided Design and Manufacturing Lab7.Fluid Machinery lab
8.Mechanical Measurement and Metrology Lab.8.Minor Project
9.Industrial Automation and Robotics Lab9.General Fitness
10.Industrial Training
11.Automobile Engineering Lab
Seventh SemesterEight Semester
Sr. No.CoursesSr. No.Courses
1.Software Training1.Industrial Engineering & Management
2.Industrial Training2.Refrigeration & Air conditioning
3.Mechanical Vibrations
4.Department Elective ll
5.Open Elective
6.Refrigeration & Air conditioning Lab.
7.Mechanical Vibration Lab
8.Major Project
9.General Fitness