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Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering -ProductionEngineering Option( MEE -Production

Expected learning outcome

A successful student will have gained and be able to demonstrate:
A1. Knowledge of basic research, development and practices principles relevant to mainstreaming Mechanical Engineering Technology.
A2. Working knowledge of a range of modern tools used in the development and analysis of Mechanical technology systems.
A3. Knowledge of time-management and work planning issues related to the organization, implementation and successful operation and maintenance, including reporting, of an individual mechanical based project.
A4. Knowledge of key professional, safety and ethical issues arising in modern Mechanical Engineering.
A5. Knowledge of fundamental design issues relevant to Mechanical Engineering and an understanding of how to formulate and analyse design solutions in various technology contexts.

Modules to be covered per level

Year 1
Chemistry for Engineers
ICT Skills
Citizenship and Transformative Education
Mathematics for Engineers I
Engineering Drawing &CAD
Engineering Mechanics
Physics for Engineers I
Workshop Technology II (Machine Tools)
English for General purposes
English for General purposes
Mathematics for Engineers II
Design project I
Engineering Thermodynamics I
Physics for Engineers II
Workshop Technology II (Machine Tools)
Computer Programming
Basics of Electronics and Electrical Engineering

Year 2
Elementary Fluid Mechanics
Material Science
Strength of Materials
Kinematics of Machines
Production Technology I
Design Project II
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Engineering Materials and Metallurgy
Solid and Structural Mechanics
Production Technology II
Engineering Thermodynamics II
English for Specific Purposes

Year 3

Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Measurement, Instrumentation and Computer Interfacing
Machine Elements & Design
Engineering Operations Management (Including Quality Control)
Heat and mass transfer
Finite Element Analysis and Applications
Research Methodology
Entrepreneurship Development
Dynamics of Machines
Mechanical Vibration
Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing
Maintenance Management and Reliability of Mechanical systems
Fundamentals of Mechanical Plant systems
Engineering Project Management

Year 4
Eng. Ethics & Professional Conduct
Alternative Energy Engineering
Heat Treatment of Metals
Environmental Management
Engineering Economics & Finance for Engineers
Industrial attachment
Non-Conventional Energy Resources
Composite Engineering Materials
Advanced Machining Processes
Non – Destructive Testing
Final Research Project


Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering -Plant Engineering Option( MEE -Plant)

Expected learning outcome

The intended learning outcomes of the programme: (as they are stated in Program specifications);
At the end of the programme, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
A1. Mathematics and sciences relevant to Mechanical engineering
A2 The fundamental concepts, principles and theories of mechanical engineering.
A3. Energy, design and manufacture at a specialist level.
A4. The principles of Mechanical design including an awareness of codes of practice.
A5. The professional, legal and ethical engineering activity.
A6. The environment and social impact of mechanical engineering activity.
A7. Business and management practices, including finance, law, marketing and quality management relevant to mechanical engineering.
A8. The fundamental concepts, principles and theories of civil, Plant, electrical, electronic and Production/manufacturing engineering systems
A9. The commercial and financial constraints that engineers may have to work under
A10. Produce graduates with an appreciation of procedures for Mechanical equipment maintenance
A11. The limits of their knowledge, and how this may affect analyses of, and solutions to engineering problems
A12. Carry out Plant layout of a plant, design, install, electrical and utility services.
A13. Understand different types of control systems and instruments used in the plant.
A14. Know the type of Maintenance and replacement to be done in the plant system
A15. Understand Performance measurement and Forecasting techniques as used to optimize operation of the organization
A16. Follow safe work practices and adhere to all company guidelines and policies for planning and executing work in a safe manner

Modules to be covered per level

Year 1 – Plant Engineering

Chemistry for Engineers
ICT Skills
Citizenship and Transformative Education
Mathematics for Engineers I
Engineering Drawing &CAD
Engineering Mechanics
Physics for Engineers I
Workshop Technology II (Machine Tools)
Computer Programming in C
Basics of Electronics and Electrical Engineering
English for General purposes
Mathematics for Engineers II
Design project I
Engineering Thermodynamics I
Workshop Technology II (Machine Tools)
Physics for Engineers II

Year 2- Plant Engineering

Elementary Fluid Mechanics
Material Science
Strength of Materials
Kinematics of Machines
Production Technology I
Design Project II
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Engineering Materials and Metallurgy
Solid and Structural Mechanics
Production Technology II
Engineering Thermodynamics II
English for Specific Purposes

Year 3 – Plant Engineering
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Measurement, Instrumentation and Computer Interfacing
Machine Elements & Design
Engineering Operations Management (Including Quality Control)
Heat and mass transfer
Finite Element Analysis and Applications
Research Methodology
Entrepreneurship Development
Dynamics of Machines
Mechanical Vibration
Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing
Maintenance Management and Reliability of Mechanical systems
Fundamentals of Mechanical Plant systems
Engineering Project Management

Year 4 – Plant Engineering
Engineering Ethics & Professional Conduct
Alternative Energy Engineering
Internal Combustion Engines
Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion
Environmental Management
Engineering Economics & Finance for Engineers
Non-Conventional Energy Resources
Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning
Power Plant Systems and operating Machines
Industrial attachment
Final Research Project


Bachelor in Energy Engineering

Expected learning outcome

Having successfully completed this programme, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:

A1. Basic research, development and practices principles relevant to mainstreaming Energy Technology.
A2. A range of modern tools used in the development and analysis of Energy technology systems.
A3. Time-management and work planning issues related to the organization, implementation and successful operation and maintenance, including reporting, of an individual Energy based project.
A4. Key professional, safety and ethical issues arising in modern Energy Technology.
A5. Fundamental design issues relevant to Energy technology and an understanding of how to formulate and analyse design solutions in various technology contexts.
A6. Professional, legal and ethical engineering activity.
A7. Environment and social impact of energy engineering activity.
A8. Business and management practices, including finance, law, marketing and quality management relevant to energy engineering.
A9. Fundamental concepts, principles and theories of energy engineering systems
A10. Commercial and financial constraints that engineers may have to work under

Year 1
Chemistry for Engineers
ICT Skills
Citizenship and Transformative Education
Mathematics for Engineers I
Engineering Drawing &CAD
Engineering Mechanics
Physics for Engineers I
Workshop Technology II (Machine Tools)
English for General purposes
English for General purposes
Mathematics for Engineers II
Design project I
Engineering Thermodynamics I
Physics for Engineers II
Workshop Technology II (Machine Tools)
Computer Programming
Basics of Electronics and Electrical Engineering

Year 2
Elementary Fluid Mechanics
Material Science
Strength of Materials
Kinematics of Machines
Production Technology I
Design Project II
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Engineering Materials and Metallurgy
Solid and Structural Mechanics
Production Technology II
Engineering Thermodynamics II
English for Specific Purposes

Year 3

Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Measurement, Instrumentation and Computer Interfacing
Machine Elements & Design
Engineering Operations Management (Including Quality Control)
Heat and mass transfer
Finite Element Analysis and Applications
Research Methodology
Entrepreneurship Development
Dynamics of Machines
Mechanical Vibration
Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing
Maintenance Management and Reliability of Mechanical systems
Fundamentals of Mechanical Plant systems
Engineering Project Management

Year 4
Eng. Ethics & Professional Conduct
Alternative Energy Engineering
Heat Treatment of Metals
Environmental Management
Engineering Economics & Finance for Engineers
Industrial attachment
Non-Conventional Energy Resources
Composite Engineering Materials
Advanced Machining Processes
Non – Destructive Testing
Final Research Project

Year 1 – Plant Engineering

Chemistry for Engineers
ICT Skills
Citizenship and Transformative Education
Mathematics for Engineers I
Engineering Drawing &CAD
Engineering Mechanics
Physics for Engineers I
Workshop Technology II (Machine Tools)
Computer Programming in C
Basics of Electronics and Electrical Engineering
English for General purposes
Mathematics for Engineers II
Design project I
Engineering Thermodynamics I
Workshop Technology II (Machine Tools)
Physics for Engineers II

Year 2- Plant Engineering

Elementary Fluid Mechanics
Material Science
Strength of Materials
Kinematics of Machines
Production Technology I
Design Project II
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Engineering Materials and Metallurgy
Solid and Structural Mechanics
Production Technology II
Engineering Thermodynamics II
English for Specific Purposes

Year 3 – Plant Engineering
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Measurement, Instrumentation and Computer Interfacing
Machine Elements & Design
Engineering Operations Management (Including Quality Control)
Heat and mass transfer
Finite Element Analysis and Applications
Research Methodology
Entrepreneurship Development
Dynamics of Machines
Mechanical Vibration
Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing
Maintenance Management and Reliability of Mechanical systems
Fundamentals of Mechanical Plant systems
Engineering Project Management

Year 4 – Plant Engineering
Engineering Ethics & Professional Conduct
Alternative Energy Engineering
Internal Combustion Engines
Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion
Environmental Management
Engineering Economics & Finance for Engineers
Non-Conventional Energy Resources
Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning
Power Plant Systems and operating Machines
Industrial attachment
Final Research Project

Modules to be covered per level

Year 1 Energy Engineering

English for Specific purposes I
Mathematics for Engineers I
Physics for Engineers I
Chemestry for Engineers
ICT Skills
Workshop Technology I
Engineering Drawing &CAD
Entrepreneurship Development and Innovation
Citizenship and Transformative Education

Mathematics for Engineers II
Physics for Engineers II
Workshop Technology II
Computer Programming
Engineering Mechanics

Year 2 Energy Engineering
Introduction to Energy Resources
English for Academic Purpose I
Mathematics for Engineers III
Fluid Mechanics
Material Science
Introduction to MATLAB Programming
Electrical Power Engineering Fundamentals

Year 2 Energy Engineering

Introduction to Energy Resources
English for Academic Purpose I
Mathematics for Engineers III
Fluid Mechanics
Material Science
Introduction to MATLAB Programming
Electrical Power Engineering Fundamentals
English for Specific Purposes
Mathematics for Engineers IV
Fuel Science and Combustion
Engineering Thermodynamics II
Bio-Energy Engineering

Year 3 Energy Engineering

Design and Optimization of Heat and Power Systems
Solar Energy and Fuel Cells
Transmission and Distribution of Energy
Hydropower and Wind Energy
Energy Efficiency & Management
Entrepreneurship Development and Innovation
Engineering Project Management
Industrial Attachment (marks included in year 4 sem. I)

Year 4 Energy Engineering
Turbomachinery
Energy Efficient buildings
Engineering Ethics & Professional Conduct
Smart grids and distribution power systems
Environmental Management
Economics & Finance for Engineers
Introduction to Petroleum Engineering & Industry
Regulation of Energy Market and Cost-Benefits Analysis
Nuclear Energy
Peat and geothermal energy
Final Research Project


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