Department of Mechanical Engineering
|Affiliated to||Duration||Academic Year||Intake||Theory Exam||Curriculum|
|University of Mumbai||4 years||2 Semester each||120||University of Mumbai||Sem I to VIII|
Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and core branches of engineering. Traditionally it has three streams namely Thermal, Design and the Manufacturing streams, and the curriculum has subjects belonging to all the three streams. With advancement of technologies in the past few decades, interdisciplinary subjects are being introduced in the curriculum, for example, integration of Electrical and Electronics Engineering with Mechanical engineering has given rise to Mechatronics, Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing is a result of integration of Computer Engineering with Mechanical Engineering etc. We are constantly upgrading not only our knowledge and skills but also the laboratories and infrastructure to cater to these changes. The department relies heavily on its qualified and experienced faculty members and the skilled laboratory and workshop technicians for all its activities, academic or otherwise.
Aspire to be an eminent destination recognized globally to its stakeholders to generate professionals, entrepreneurs and offer consultancy to cater the needs of industry research organizations & society through excelling in academics, innovation and research.
“Feeling proud to be working under the ministry of defense, Gov. of India as an IOFS officer, I would like to give the credit for this to Don Bosco Institute of Technology. The infrastructure and the faculties are excellent and enough for transforming a common student into a well equipped engineer. The students are well nurtured from the very first day of joining the institute till he graduates.”
Vikas GiriBatch 2015, IOFS Officer, Min. of Defense, Government of India
“Don Bosco Institute of Technology is the great place to develop not only engineering skills but also life skills. The culture inculcated by the principal and highly skilled and friendly faculty of the Department of Mechanical Engineering taught me to be empathetic towards societal problems. It is under their guidance and mentorship that I pushed beyond my comfort zone and become a good engineer who is ready to contribute to the betterment of society. The environment in DBIT is joyful and the students are full of energy. There are plenty of events all year round for the overall development of the students which is very important.”
Anosh P Amaria3 rdBatch 2017, Student at University of Buffalo, New York