Department of Mechanical Engineering

The department was established at the time of inception of the institute in the year 1995. The department offers one undergraduate program - B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) and two post graduate programs - M.Tech in Advanced Manufacturing Systems and M.Tech. in CAD/CAM. Also, the department offers Ph.D. degree through AICTE-NDF scheme and JNTUH. The mechanical engineering department at the VNR VJIET is one of the top-ranked, attracting the highest quality of students and faculty members.

About the Department

Department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest departments established at the time of inception of the institute in the year 1995. The department currently offers an undergraduate program - B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering and two postgraduate programs - M.Tech. in Advanced Manufacturing Systems and M.Tech. in CAD/CAM. Department is recognized as ‘Research Center’ by the JNTU Hyderabad for offering Ph.D. program. The programs offered are intended to prepare students for successful careers and lifelong learning in Mechanical Engineering.

Currently the department has highly qualified and well-experienced 39 faculty members out of which 21 are Doctorates and 10 non-teaching staff. Department has 13 laboratories for Undergraduate and 02 for Postgraduate and Research programs. The state-of-the-art CAD/CAM and CNC laboratories are equipped with 225 computing systems and workstations and softwares like CATIA, AUTOCAD, ANSYS, MINITAB, CNC OFFLINE SIMULATION SOFTWARE, FLEXSIM, ADAMS, MATLAB, INVENTOR, EDGECAM, MASTER CAM, ARTEC STUDIO, NETFAB PREMIUM, AUTOMATION STUDIO, ROBOGUIDE, ROBOT – ARM SIMULATION etc. The department has an exclusive laboratory for emerging technology on 3D Printing – consisting of 12 FDM and 01 SLA 3D Printers along with 01 Artec 3D Scanner. Also, the department has three Centre of Excellences in Joining Technology, Centre for Solar Energy Materials & Composite Fabrication. The department faculty have published 854 research papers with 3500+ Citations.

The department has a congenial environment for study, supported by stimulating education and research. Faculty have received grants worth Rs.1.45 crores from various funding agencies for carrying out research projects. As on date, 10 research projects have been completed and 02 are ongoing. Department faculty have 5 granted patents & filed 14 patents. Papers authored by the faculty and students are published in leading national and international journals and presented at several national/international conferences. Certificate and vocational courses are offered to equip the students with additional skills relevant to the industry. Regular FDPs, STTPs, workshops and conferences are organized wherein distinguished academicians and industry experts take part for the benefit of both students and faculty.

Mechanical Engineering students are well placed in both core manufacturing as well as IT industries. Some of the core manufacturing industries include JSW, TechnipFMC, Hyundai, MRF, Mahindra & Mahindra, Bluestar, Ashok Leyland, ZF India, Amara Raja etc. Many students of Mechanical Engineering opt for pursuing higher studies in US, UK, Germany etc. after the graduation.

The faculty and students are members of various national and international academic forums of science and engineering like ASME, ISTE, IWS, SAE etc. The students participate in various national and international competitions under the ASME student chapter of the department and have won distinguished prizes and awards nationally. ASME student chapter has designed and fabricated innovative projects over the years and have gained great stature.


To develop into a Centre of Excellence in Education and Research in the field of Mechanical Engineering, consistent with the contemporary and future needs of the country


To impart high quality education in Mechanical Engineering by using modern pedagogical tools so as to make the students technically competent in their chosen fields and socially responsible.

To inculcate quality research by developing linkages with Industry and R & D organizations in India & abroad

B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. PEO 1: To prepare students for successful careers as mechanical engineers in organizations that meet the needs of Indian and global/multinational industrial/research establishments.
  2. PEO 2: To provide a strong foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals in both domain and cross domain spheres, that enables students to visualize, analyze and solve mechanical engineering problems and be innovative and research oriented.
  3. PEO 3: To train students with a wide spectrum of scientific and Mechanical engineering courses so that students could comprehend, analyze, design and create products and services, which promotes entrepreneurship culture in the campus that address real life problems, which are efficient and cost effective.
  4. PEO 4: To inculcate professional and ethical attitude in students, impart effective communication skills and ability to work in teams with multidisciplinary approach, be part of and interact with professional bodies so as to resolve engineering issues of social relevance.
  5. PEO 5: To provide students with an academic environment that fosters excellence, leadership, yearning to pursue higher studies and passion for lifelong learning so as to have a successful professional career.

Program Outcomes (POs):

  1. PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. PO3: Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. PO4: Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use researchbased knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. PO5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. PO6: The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. PO7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. PO9: Individual and Teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. PO11: Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. PO12: Life-Long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs):

  1. PSO 1: Analyze, Design, Evaluate and provide solutions to the Real-Life Mechanical Engineering problems.
  2. PSO 2: Research and Innovate on Product Design & Development using smart technologies and Apply managerial skills to execute professional responsibilities in Industry or as an Entrepreneur.

M.Tech. (Advanced Manufacturing Systems)

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. PEO 1: Graduates will pursue their professional career in manufacturing domain meeting the needs of Indian and global/multinational organizations.
  2. PEO 2: Graduates will demonstrate strong foundation in the manufacturing domain enabling them to visualize, analyze and solve practical problems with due consideration for economical, safety and environmental concerns
  3. PEO 3: Graduates will undertake research and engage in continuous upgradation of skills in the manufacturing domain
  4. PEO 4: Graduates will exhibit leadership qualities with demonstrable attributes in life-long learning to contribute to societal needs

Programme Outcomes (POs)

  1. PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems
  2. PO2: An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document
  3. PO3: An ability to demonstrate a degree of mastery over the manufacturing systems and processes.
  4. PO4: An ability to design and develop a product or manufacturing system with due consideration for economical, safety, environmental and societal concerns.
  5. PO5: An ability to assimilate advancements and apply engineering judgment to solve problems in manufacturing.
  6. PO6: An ability to use skills, modern tools and techniques to solve engineering problems and understand the impact of solution in a global context with professional and ethical responsibilities.

M.Tech. (CAD/CAM)

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. PEO-1: To empower the students by providing necessary knowledge base, critical thinking and problemsolving capabilities in the field of Computer Aided Design & Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) and allied fields so that they can excel in their profession, in industry, higher studies and Research & Development.
  2. PEO-2: To develop core competencies in the field of CAD/CAM, so as to conduct experiments, comprehend, analyze, design and use appropriate techniques and tools to provide optimal solutions for the industry related problems.
  3. PEO-3: To inculcate the responsibility to the society at large by sensitizing regulatory and Intellectual Property related issues along with communication skills and to promote entrepreneurship with sufficient knowledge of project/ finance management techniques for ensuring their career success.
  4. PEO-4: To motivate the students not only to be excellent in academics, professional ethics, team work, leadership skills but also to be lifelong learners in upcoming technologies for successful professional career.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

  1. PO1: Post graduates will demonstrate their ability to acquire the state-of-the-art knowledge and to expand frontiers in the field of CAD/CAM Engineering.
  2. PO2: Post graduates will demonstrate their abilities to analyze and evaluate complex engineering problems to make intellectual in CAD/CAM Engineering.
  3. PO3: Post graduates will demonstrate the ability of problem-solving skills to find optimal solutions in the area of CAD /CAM Technologies including the considerations of public health, safety, cultural society and environmental problems.
  4. PO4: Post graduates will demonstrate the ability to carry out literature survey, design, conduct of experiments and to analyze the results using appropriate research methodologies. They should also contribute scientific knowledge in CAD/ CAM areas either individually or in groups.
  5. PO5: Post graduates will demonstrate ability to learn latest developments independently and continuously in the field of CAD/CAM Technology.
  6. PO6: Post graduates shall acquire professional ethics and intellectual integrity in the consideration of impact of research outcomes for sustainable development of the society.
S.No Name of the Faculty Designation Profiles Joining date Qualification Nature of Association E-Mail JNTUH ID Vidwan ID
1 Dr. B. Satyanarayana Professor 20/07/98 Ph.D. Regular 30150401-172054 186741
2 Dr. B. Chennakesava Rao Professor 16/10/17 Ph.D. Regular  0387-171025-174106 187736
3 Dr. P. S. Prasad Professor 02/01/09 Ph.D. Regular 0429-150420-110211 187336
4 Dr. G. Srinivasa Gupta Professor 27/08/97 Ph.D. Regular 94150402-115132 323201
5 Dr. M. V. R. Durga Prasad Professor 01/07/05 Ph.D. Regular  2867-150408-181929 186937
6 Dr. G. Raghu Babu Professor 29/04/15 Ph.D. Regular  4814-160217-165341 186971
7 Dr. K. Balashowry Professor 14/11/16 Ph.D. Regular  8928-150414-150927 180446
8 Dr. E. V. Ramana Professor 17/11/16 Ph.D. Regular  2315-150407-224158 186540
9 Dr. Y. Shivraj Narayan Professor 18/08/03 Ph.D. Regular 63150328-184136 92649
10 Dr. B. V. R. Ravi Kumar Professor 21/12/17 Ph.D. Regular  78150404-162446 92651
11 Sri. S. R. Somayajulu Assoc. Prof. 20/11/98 M.Tech.  Regular 0136-150409-155454 187000
12 Dr. K. Ajay Kumar Assoc. Prof. 02/01/16 Ph.D. Regular  0962-160105-143546 92303
13 Dr. N. Kiran Kumar Assoc. Prof. 01/07/16 Ph.D. Regular 7016-161024-152425 178853
14 Dr. K. Jaya Prakash Asst. Prof. 19/04/10 Ph.D. Regular 27150331-222623 186984
15 Dr. Jayashri Nair Asst. Prof. 17/06/11 Ph.D. Regular 82150331-140824 92305
16 Dr. K. Aruna Prabha Asst. Prof. 03/10/12 Ph.D. Regular  28150402-170250 187015
17 Dr. M. S. Srinivasa Rao Asst. Prof. 18/12/12 Ph.D. Regular  97150402-161629 187017
18 Dr. D. Sarath Chandra Asst. Prof. 13/05/13 M.Tech.  Regular  98150401-131028 92257
19 Dr. V. V. Durga Sahithi Asst. Prof. 06/08/14 M.Tech. Regular  98150402-111102 92313
20 Smt. N. Srilatha Asst. Prof. 11/08/14 M.Tech.  Regular  35150402-094013 329549
21 Sri. K. Krishna Murthy Asst. Prof. 29/04/15 M.Tech.  Regular  5222-150429-155953 187315
22 Sri. P. Prasad Kumar Asst. Prof. 23/06/15 M.Tech.  Regular 7889-150623-143937 187052
23 Sri. S. Bhanu Murthy Asst. Prof. 21/08/15 M.E.  Regular  1462-160127-101952 923309
24 Sri. L. Sandeep Raj Asst. Prof. 01/12/15 M.Tech. Regular  1905-151218-094538 186985
25 Sri. H. Naresh Asst. Prof. 18/03/16 M.Tech. Regular  4606-160315-093029 186663
26 Sri. P. Narendra Asst. Prof. 30/05/12 M.Tech. Regular 4960-150409-175341 186978
27 Sri. S. N. S. Sai Hari Asst. Prof. 20/06/16 M.Tech.  Regular  92150330-123607 329625
28 Dr. CH. Priya Darsini Asst. Prof. 01/07/16 M.Tech. Regular  69150404-125508 186934
29 Smt. S. Swetha Asst. Prof. 14/11/16 M.E.  Regular  0488-161026-105046 329545
30 Dr. V. Siva Rama Krishna Asst. Prof. 17/11/16 Ph.D. Regular  61150406-170248 322966
31 Sri. T. Malyadri Asst. Prof. 24/11/16 M.Tech.  Regular  46150404-141230 187028
32 Sri. CH. Naveen Reddy Asst. Prof. 02/01/17 M.Tech. Regular  3702-160307-012243 92693
33 Smt. CH. Rajeswari Asst. Prof. 14/10/17 M.Tech. Regular 9488-150410-141152 192739
34 Smt.T.Hima Bindu Asst. Prof. 24/06/22 M.Tech Regular 3249-211218-120459 332074
35 Dr.S.V.Satya Prasad Asst. Prof. 16/03/23 M.Tech. Regular 8633-230323-170632 383882
36 Dr.G.V. Subhash Asst. Prof. 16/03/23 M.Tech. Regular 4121-230323-171149 383881
37 Dr. N. Shiva Kumar Asst. Prof. 18/07/23 Ph.D. Regular 6665-210129-122501 273553
38 Dr. Sujith Bobba Asst. Prof. 01/12/2023 Ph.D. Regular 9360-240209-102108

Non-teaching staff

S.No Name of the Faculty Designation Employee ID
1 Sri. K.Murali Junior Computer Programmer 11MED039
2 Sri. L. Kamalakara Rao Instructor 95MED010
3 Sri. S. Ramu Instructor 97MED012
4 Sri. V. Murali Krishna Instructor 97MED013
5 Sri. E. Srinivasa Chary Sr. Skilled Assistant 95MED011
6 Sri. V. Sita Rambabu Skilled Assistant 16MED080
7 Sri. C. Venkata Rami Reddy Skilled Assistant 22MED051
8 Sri. S. Malleswara Rao Skilled Assistant 23MED061
9 Sri. M. Prabhakar Skilled Assistant 23MED066
10 Sri. M. Narasimha Record Assistant 98ADM005
11 Sri. P. Venkata Krishna Skilled Assistant 24MED043
12 Sri. Shaik Shoeb Skilled Assistant 24MED048

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