Mechanical Engineering finds application in all fields of technology. It is one of the primitive branches of Engineering which have remained always in demand and continue to be in the future. This is why Mechanical trade is called as an Evergreen trade (branch). Mechanical engineers have always been needed as essential staff personnel in various industries of both public and private sector. Their work criteria changes according to the type and domain of the company they are working with. As the Industrial sector has drastically risen in pace, the need for more mechanical engineers has increased exponentially. Every manufacturing and production industry needs mechanical engineers to carry out jobs efficiently and flawlessly for their companies.
Jaypee University of Engineering and Technology at Guna, the first private university in the state of Madhya Pradesh offers a variety of Engineering and Technology programmes with modern laboratories and qualified teaching faculty. The university has strong departments of Mechanical, Chemical, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and Chemistry Department.
Besides running B-Tech. courses the university is planning to run diploma course on mechanical engineering. The diploma programs will be a blend of theoretical inputs with hands on training on various industries including Jaypee Group. The university is also having a high quality, high fidelity full scope 660 MW/27MW/37/60MW Fossil Fuel Fired Power Plant Training Simulators (OTS) supplied by M/s Honeywell at JUET Guna.. The syllabus includes adequate stress on thermal power plant mechanical and electrical equipments, operations and performance, instrumentation and chemistry aspects. Adequate exposure to the theoretical background and opportunities for group discussion projects/seminar will be included in the program.
The three year (six semesters) program is structured to cover various aspects of Mechanical Engineering having more emphasis in Machine design and drawing, flud mechanics and machinery, internal combustion engines and many more. Special emphasis will be given on thermal power generation, instrumentation and control.