Among many engineering disciplines, Mechanical Engineering is the broadest, encompassing a wide variety of engineering fields and many specialties. The mechanical engineers are employed in an enormous range of technical areas including: acoustics, air-conditioning, automatic controls, computer-aided design, energy management, fluid dynamics, robotics, biomechanics and turbo machinery, just to name a few. Mechanical engineering is a challenging, rewarding and highly respected profession.

The department of Mechanical Engineering at IT Gopeshwar with its commitment to excellence educates the engineers of tomorrow by integrating classroom theory and practical hands-on projects, and also by emphasizing the process of learning and critical thinking by conducting industrial visits.

The teaching and research programs in the department are organized according to both disciplinary and inter-disciplinary themes. We cover all the core disciplinary areas of Mechanical Engineering including dynamics, controls, solid mechanics, materials, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, automobile and design.


M1: Provide education of high quality and train student for globally competitive environment

M2: Provide research facility to plan, design, construct, maintain and improve mechanical system

M3: Bridge the gap with world class education and R & D organization for excellence in research and  consulting service


To be a global hub of knowledge in education, research, entrepreneurship and industry services relevant to Mechanical Engineering.

Program Outcomes

PO.1      Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to Plan, design, construct, maintain and improve   mechanical components & systems using state -of-the-art IT tools

PO.2      Identify problems of mechanical engineering including industrial, manufacturing and thermal systems to formulate  design requirements.

PO.3      Plan, Design, apply and assess mechanical systems and processes considering public health, safety, cultural, societal and environmental issues.

PO.4      Design and conduct experiments using program knowledge and investigate data to arrive at valid conclusions.

PO.5      Apply Modern tools and techniques, knowledge, skills and IT tools to develop mechanical systems.

PO.6      Investigate the local and global effect of modern technologies on individual organizations, culture and society.

PO.7        Apply domain knowledge of modern issues to investigate and provide solution to the problems with a concern for  sustainability and eco-friendly environment.

PO.8      Possess responsibility in professional, legal, ethical, security and social issues.

PO.9      Effectively work in teams, in diverse and multidisciplinary areas to achieve common goals.

PO.10    Effectively communication in diverse groups and possess leadership qualities.

PO.11    Implement principles of management to manage projects in multidisciplinary environment.

PO.12    Possess life-long learning ability to enhance knowledge and skills continuously in broadest context of technological change.

Program Education Outcomes

PEO.1  Provide vital state of art research facility to create, interpret, maintain and improve Mechanical  Engineering systems that are technically and economically feasible and socially acceptable.

PEO.2  Implement modern techniques and tools for computational, analytical, simulation, to address the challenges in Mechanical Engineering system.

PEO.3 To develop leadership & Entrepreneurial skill using innovative tools.

PEO.4    Develop Professionalism, team spirit, ethical attitude and pursue lifelong learning to achieve career and organizational goals

Core Subjects

Being affiliated to the Uttarakhand Tachnical University, The Computer Science & Engineering department of the IT Gopeshwar follows the courses and syllabus prescribed by UTU which focus on and provide in-depth studies in the following main stream topics:.

• Fluid Mechanics
• Thermodynamics
• Thermal Engineering
• Power Plant Engineering
• Heat and Mass Transfer
• Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion
• Design of machine Elements
• Computer Graphics and Drafting
• Computer Aided Manufacturing
• Manufacturing Technology
• Design of Jigs
• Fixtures and Press tools
• Machine Tools
• Automobile Engineering
• Strength of Materials etc.


• Wind and Solar Power Engineering
• Refrigeration and Air conditioning
• Creativity, Innovation and New Product Development
• Advanced IC Engineering
• Turbo Machinery
• Finite Element Techniques
• Combustion Engineering
• Entrepreneurship Development
• Computational of fluid flow and Heat transfer
• Industrial Robotics

Applied Thermodynamics Lab


In this lab the students study and conduct experiments to understand the application of thermodynamics in real life. The students study various models and cut-sections of turbines and engines to understand the principles of thermodynamics used in their design and working.

List of Equipment

  1. Morse test apparatus
  2. Model of pure Reaction steam turbine, De- level turbine
  3. Model of steam engine
  4. Sectional working model of 2 stroke petrol engine
  5. Sectional working model of 4 stroke petrol engine
  6. Gas turbine model
  7. Sectional working model of 2 stroke Diesel engine
  8. Sectional working model of 4 stroke Diesel engine
  9. Refrigerator
  10. Cut section of actual I.C. engine (two stroke)
  11. Cut section of actual I.C. engine (four stroke)
  12. Model of vertical water tube boiler, loeffler boiler
  13. Model of steam/Reaction turbine(air turbine, velocity compounded)
  14. Model of steam/Reaction turbine(air turbine, pressure compounded)
  15. Demonstrator of ignition system of 4 cylinder petrol engine

List of Experiment

  1. To study pressure compounding of steam turbine
  2. To study impulse reaction turbine
  3. To study a two stroke petrol engine
  4. To study a four stroke petrol engine
  5. To study a water tube boiler.
  6. To study a fire tube boiler.
  7. To study four stroke diesel engine
  8. To study and sketch of simple steam engine model
  9. To study two stroke diesel engine.

Engineering Drawing Lab


In this lab the students learn about the various aspects of engineering drawing. This understanding is needed for communication between a component designer and manufacturer. All the required equipments are present in the lab for this purpose.

List of Equipment

  1. Drawing Boards
  2. Instruments Box
  3. Drawing Sheets
  4. Drawing pencil
  5. Drawing pins and clips
  6. Protractors
  7. Set squares
  8. T-square or Drafter

Fluid Mechanics Lab


This laboratory houses testing equipment for Fluid Mechanics Laboratory and provides classroom space for students working on related laboratory activities. The equipment includes a centrifugal pump test rig, losses in pipe apparatus, reciprocating pump test rig and pipe friction apparatus.

List of Equipment

  1. Kaplan Turbine test rig
  2. Apparatus to study boundary layer profile over a flat plate
  3. Impact of jet on vanes Apparatus
  4. Apparatus to study transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine the lower critical Reynolds number
  5. Calibration Rig and to determine coefficient of discharge for rectangular and triangular notches
  6. Apparatus verify Darcy’s law and to find out coefficient for different sizes of pipe
  7. Calibration rig for measuring discharge through venturimeter& orifice meter
  8. To determine loss coefficients for various pipe fittings
  9. Apparatus for impact of jet

List of Experiment

  1. To verify the momentum equation using the experimental set upon diffusion of submerged air jet
  2. To determine the  coefficient of discharge of an orifice of a given shape .Also to determine the coefficient of velocity and coefficient of contraction of the orifice mouthpiece.
  3. To calibrate a venturimeter and to study the variation of coefficient of        discharge with the Reynolds number.
  4. To find the value of the coefficient of discharge for a given orifice meter and also the discharge through a given pipe by use of orifice meter.
  5. To study the boundary layer velocity profile over a flat plate and to determine the boundary layer thickness..
  6. To study the variation of friction factor for turbulent flow in commercial pipes
  7. To study the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine the lower critical Reyonlds number.

Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Lab


In this lab the students learn about the fundamental principles of mechanical engineering and their applications  by doing experiments as well studying the cut-sections and models.

List of Equipment

  1. Models of 2-stroke and 4-stroke IC engines
  2. Cut section of 4-stroke three cylinder engine(maruti 800)
  3. Vapour compression test ring
  4. Window type air conditioner
  5. Tensile testing machine(UTM)
  6. Compression testing machine
  7. Izod and charpy impact testing machine
  8. Flctcher’s Trolley apparatus

List of Experiment

  1. Study of the working of a 4-stroke petrol/diesel engine.
  2. Study of working of a 2-stroke petrol/diesel engine.
  3. Study of the main components comprising the petrol engine/diesel engine.
  4. Study of the construction details and working of a vapur compression refrigerator.
  5. Study of the constructional details and working of a window air-conditioner.
  6. Study of the constructional details and working of locomotive/Lancashire/Babcox steam boiler.
  7. To study the constructional and operational details of a simple steam engine.
  8. To study the constructional and operational details of a compound steam engine.
  9. To study the working of a steam turbine.
  10. To conduct tensile test on a mild steel specimen with the help of a universal testing machine and determine
    • Ultimate strength
    • Percentage elongation
    • Percentage reduction
    • To conduct compressive test on a given specimen and determine its ultimate compressive strength.
  11. To determine the hardness of the given metallic specimen by
    • Brinell hardness test method
    • Rockwell hardness test method
  12. To conduct the impact test and determine the impact strength of mild steel/aluminium specimen by Izod and Charpy method.

Heat and Mass Transfer Lab


This laboratory houses testing equipment for Heat and Mass transfer Laboratory and provides classroom space for students working on related laboratory activities. The equipment includes a thermal conductivity of liquid, heat transfer in forced convection, boiling heat transfer unit, emissivity measuring apparatus, stefan boltzmann’s apparatus and heat transfer convection.

List of Equipment

  1. Thermal Conductivity of Metal bar
  2. Thermal conductivity of Liquids
  3. Stefan Boltzmann  Apparatus
  4. Parallel Flow/ Counter Flow heat exchanger
  5. Heat transfer in force convection
  6. Heat transfer from pin fin
  7. Apparatus for Heat transfer in Natural Convection
  8. Heat transfer through composite wall
  9. Critical Heat flux Apparatus
  10. Heat pipe Demonstration
  11. Emissivity Measuring Apparatus
  12. Boiling heat transfer Unit

List of Experiment

  1. To find out the heat transfer coefficient to vertical cylinder in natural convection.
  2. To find surface heat transfer coefficient for a pipe flowing heat.
  3. To determine the thermal conductivity of a liquid.
  4. To study the temperature distribution along an extended surface of constant cross sectional area.
  5. To find the Stefan Constant.
  6. To determine total Thermal Conductivity of composite wall.
  7. To study the film wise and drop wise condensation of steam on a vertical surface.
  8. To Determine total thermal conductivity of composite cylinder.

Machine Drawing Lab

It is an extension of the concepts learnt in the engineering drawing lab. In this lab the students make technical diagrams of various parts and their assembly on paper as well using computers.
List of Equipment

  1. Drawing Boards
  2. Instruments Box
  3. Drawing Sheets
  4. Drawing pencil
  5. Drawing pins and clips
  6. Protractors
  7. Set squares
  8. T-square or Drafter

List of Experiment

  1. Draw the front view, side view of the given drawings in first angle projection.
  2. Draw the exploded view of the given drawing in first angle projection.
  3. Draw the Assembly of the given drawing in first angle projection.
  4. Draw and determine the size of the given key when L=50mm. and study the different types of keys.
  5. Draw and study of different types of rivets.
  6. Draw the isometric view of given drawing in Auto-CAD.

Manufacturing Science Lab


The lab is equipped with various experiments involving in manufacturing processes, metal forming, casting metal removing and metal addition processes. The lab is equipped with state-of-art-machines like lathe, shaper, injection molding, CNC machines and impact testing machines.

List of Equipment

  1. Injection moulding m/c
  2. Bending machine for pipe
  3. Furnace for casting of ferrous –nonferrous melting furnace
  4. Ultrasonic plastic welding m/c
  5. Pedestal grinding m/c
  6. Centre lathe machine all gear
  7. CNC Trainer lathe m/c
  8. CNC Trainer milling m/c
  9. Electric discharge m/c
  10. Double body flywheel
  11. Spot and seam welding
  12. TIG Welding

List of Experiment

  1. Pattern Making
  2. Bending & spring back.
  3. Rolling-experiment.
  4. Wire drawing/extrusion on soft material.
  5. Forging hand forging processes
  6. Sand testing (at least one such as grain fineness number determination)
  7. Press work experiment such as blanking/piercing, washer, making etc.
  8. Jigs & Fixture experiment.
  9. Bolt making on lathe machine
  10. To make single V-butt joint for Arc welding
  11. Planning of surface and shaping a V-block on shaper M/c
  12. To perform gas welding operation
  13. To perform soldering & brazing exp. & study of brazing & soldering
  14. Study of tools and its angles
  15. Study of tool wear & plot a graph b/w tool life and tool wear
  16. Drilling holes on drilling m/c and study of drill

Material Science and Testing Lab


This laboratory houses testing equipment for material science Laboratory and provides classroom space for students working on related laboratory activities. The equipment includes a hardness testing machine, belt grinder, polishing machine and muffle furnace.

List of Equipment

  1. Dry and wet surfacer
  2. Metallographic specimen mounting press
  3. Specimen Leveler
  4. Dry and wet belt surfacer
  5. Metallographic Reference chart
  6. Heat treatment furnace with wool insulation$ digital controller
  7. Binocular Metallurgical Microscope
  8. Cut of wheels
  9. Dry Belt surface (single Belt)
  10. Single disc polishing Machine- Variable speed table type
  11. Two  disc polishing Machine- Variable speed table type
  12. Computerized grain size measurement apparatus
  13. Vicker hardness Tester
  14. Hand grinder
  15. Metallurgical Microscope (monocular)
  16. Cut of wheel machine
  17. Dry and wet surfacer

List of Experiment

  1. Comparative studies of microstructure of different specimen (mild steel, cast iron, cu alloy- brass).
  2. To study heat treatment processes such as Annealing, Quenching, Normalizing and Case hardening .
  3. To study the 15 common materials, Tungsten, Stainless Steel, Zinc, Fibre, Thermacol, Coal, Hard Wood, Rubber, Cotton, Ceramic, Aluminium, Mild Steel, Paper, Pvc and Nylon.
  4. To study corrosion and its effect.
  5. Study of microstructure of welded components and HAZ-macro and micro examination
  6. To conduct tensile test on mild steel specimen and to find put the following quantities.
  7. Yield strength
  8. Young’s modulus of elasticity
  9. Ultimate strength
  10. Percentage reduction in area
  11. Percentage elongation
  12. To carry out shear test and bend test on UTM.
  13. Impact testing on impact testing machine like izod or charpy or both.
  14. To determine the hardness of given specimen on Rockwell/ Brinell /Vickers hardness tester.
  15. To conduct torsion test on mild steel or iron specimens to find out modulus of rigidity.

Measurement and Metrology Lab


The lab is fully developed for experimentation and studies on vernier caliper Limits, Fits and Tolerances, Dial Indictor, Shark Plug, Tachometer, Sine Bar & Slip Gauges and Vibration Measuring Instrument to prepare the students befitting to serve the industry.

List of Equipment

  1. Sine bar (200mm)
  2. Granite surface plate (0.5*0.5m)
  3. Slip gauge
  4. Vernier height (size 300mm, Accuracy 0.02mm)
  5. Bore dial gauge(10-50) 0.001 accuracy
  6. Gear tooth vernier caliper
  7. Vernier height (size 300mm, Accuracy 0.02mm
  8. Angle plate
  9. Sine vice
  10. Outside micrometer
  11. Internal micrometer 25-100mm
  12. Internal micrometer 50-210mm
  13. Digital vernier caliper
  14. Digital micrometer(outside) 0-25
  15. Digital micrometer(outside) 25-50
  16. Depth micrometer
  17. Magnetic dialindicator stand
  18. Gear tooth vernier caliper
  19. Thread gauges plug/ring
  20. Feelers gauge
  21. v- block

List of Experiment

  1. To study the Principle, working & construction of Dial indicator.
  2. To study the feller gauge.
  3. To Study the pressure measurement device (Pressure Cell)
  4. Measurement of angle using Sine bar & Slip gauges.
  5. To measurement of strain through strain cantilever bridge.
  6. To study the working of stroboscope
  7. Study and angular measurement using bevel protector.
  8. Study and working of simple measuring instrument like vernier caliper, micrometer, tachometer, etc.

Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Lab


The aim of the lab is to give a practical insight to degree students for equipments running on Vapour compression cycle. Water cooler and cooling Tower apparatus has been designed for calculation of C.O.P. and Efficiency of the system. And cut section model of all types of compressors, Air conditioners and condensers are used to give thorough knowledge of their parts, working and maintenance.

List of Equipment

  1. Models of different type of evaporates
  2. Air condition
  3. Compressor test ring
  4. Cooling tower
  5. Refrigeration Test ring
  6. Air washer test ring
  7. Air conditioning system rig
  8. Mechanical heat pump
  9. Cold storage test ring

List of Experiment

  1. Experiment on refrigeration test rig and calculation of various performance parameters.
  2. To study different types of expansion devices used in refrigeration system
  3. To study different types of evaporators used in refrigeration systems.
  4. To study basic components of air-conditioning system.
  5. Experiment on air-conditioning test rig and calculation of various performance parameters.
  6. To study air washers.
  7. Study of Window air conditioner
  8. Study and determination of volumetric efficiency of a compressor

Theory of Machine and Design Lab


This laboratory houses testing equipment for Theory of machines, dynamics of machines and design Laboratory. The equipment includes a slip and creep measurement apparatus, kinematic pair, epicyclic gear apparatus, universal vibration testing apparatus, universal governor apparatus, and motorized gyroscope among others.

List of Equipment

  1. Cam analysis apparatus
  2. Universal Governor Apparatus
  3. Motorized Gyroscope
  4. Static and Dynamic Balancing Apparatus
  5. Universal vibrating testing apparatus
  6. Epicyclic Gear Apparatus
  7. Modalof different types of gear train
  8. Coriolis component of Acceleration
  9. Journal bearing apparatus
  10. Model for different types of mechanisms
  11. Strain rossetes apparatus
  12. Slip and Crip measurement
  13. Chart/models Orthographic projection
  14. Chart/models spark plug
  15. Whirling of shaft apparatus
  16. Chart/models chart assemblies drawing of connecting rods
  17. Chart /models screw jack
  18. Chart/models tool post
  19. Chart/models Gate valve

List of Experiment

 DOM Experiments

  1. To verify the relation of simple pendulum
  2. To determine the radius of gyration k of a given compound pendulum and To verify the relation of compound pendulum
  3. To determine the radius of gyration of given by using Bi-Filar Suspension
  4. To study the longitudinal vibration of helical spring and to determine the frequency or period of vibration(oscillation) theoretically and actually by experiment.
  5. To study the effect of whirling of shaft
  6. To perform experiment on watt and Governor to prepare performance characteristic Curves, and to find stability & sensitivity.
  7. To perform experiment on Proell Governor to prepare performance characteristic Curves, and to find stability & sensitivity
  8. To study gyroscopic effects through models.
  9. To perform the experiment for Static & dynamic balancing on balancing machine

Machine Design Experiments

  1. To design a shaft.
  2. Design a welded joint.
  3. Design a spring .
  4. Design a screw jack.
  5. Design a key.
  6. Design a Bolted joint.
  7. Design a coupling.



A full-fledged workshop has been established. Individualized attention is given to all the students who come to the workshop. Safety gadgets have been made compulsory to be used by the students while they are in the workshop for their hands-on-practice. Lathe machines, Shaper machine, drilling machine, Gas welding and Arc welding set-ups are available in the Mechanical workshop.

List of Equipment

  1. Centre lathes
  2. Shaper
  3. Capistan lathe
  4. Power hacksaw
  5. Milling machine
  6. Drilling machine,13mm
  7. Power hacksaw
  8. Double ended pedestal grinder
  9. Anvils with anvil base (iron base)
  10. Vernierhight gauge
  11. Venire calipers
  12. Surface plate
  13. Hand drilling machine electric
  14. Wood working turning lathe
  15. Bandsaw machine
  16. Universal sawimg machine
  17. Carpenter’s work bench
  18. Hand drill machine
  19. Double ended pedestal grinder
  20. Arc welding M/C
  21. Spot welding
  22. Welding glass goggles
  23. Fitter work bench table
  24. Bench type drill
  25. Planer
  26. Tig welding machine

List of Experiment

  1. To fabricate the turning model on a lathe m/c as per the drawing.
  2. To fabricate a wooden T-Lap joint of given dimensions using common carpentry tools.
  3. To make the perfect male & female V - shape joint according to given drawing in fitting shop.
  4. To prepare a Single V- Butt Joint with the help of Electric Arc welding on mild steel flat.
  5. To make the box by sheet metal operation.
  6. To study of Tools /Equipment, operations used in carpentry shop and carpentry joints.
  7. To prepare a Lap - Joint by Arc Welding.
  8. To study of tools used and operations perform in black smith shop.
  9. To prepare job in black smithy shop involving drawing down mild steel bar from 30 to 20 mm.

List of Labs with Contact Details of Lab Incharges

Sl. No. Room No. Name of Lab Name of Lab Oic Contact Details
1 B2-205 Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab Mr. Bhupendra Kumar


2 B2-110 Material Science Lab
3 CWS Strength of Material Lab Mr. Hemant Singh Chauhan
4 B2-105 CAD Lab
5 B2-201 Heat and Mass Transfer Lab Mr. Neeraj Gupta


6 B2-114 Theory of Machine and Design Lab Mr. Neeraj Gupta


7 B2-112 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab Mr. Ravindra Singh Bora


8 B2-211 Manufacturing Lab Mr. Arun Negi


9 CWS Workshop Lab Mr. Dinesh Kr. Chauhan


10 CWS Advanced Workshop Lab
11 CWS Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Lab Mr. Arun Negi


Mr. Hemant Chauhan
M.No.: 8126370888
M. Tech (GEU Dehradun)
Designation: HOD, Assistant Professor
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Mr. Sandeep Kandwal
M.No.: 8755329574
Pursuing Ph.D.(UTU Dehradun)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Mr. Dinesh Kumar
M.No.: 9456360044
Pursuing Ph.D. ( UTU Dehradun)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Mr. Neeraj Gupta
M.No.: 9359649765
M.Tech ( IIT BHU, Varansi)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Mr. Ravindra Singh Bora
M.No.: 8791643144
Pursuing Ph.D(NIT Uttarakhand)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Mr. Govind Rawat
M.No.:  8126042992
M.Tech ( GBPIET, Pauri Gwl)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Mr. Bhupendra Kumar
M.No. 7906501683
Phd ( Pursuing GBPIET, Pauri Gwl. )
Designation: Assistant Professor
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