3. Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering in one of the oldest branches of Engineering. It was developed after the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution increased the demands of machinery for production of goods in industries. Mechanical engineering is based on the science of mechanics, dynamics, thermodynamics, material science, power and electricity and all other principles of science required for the design, production and functioning of machines.
How a machine is constructed and how it works students learns all the principles of science and technology required for the construction and functioning of the machines. Physics, Chemistry, and Maths plays a major role in Mechanical Engineering. Students can do B-Tech in Mechanical Engineering.