• Roorkee College of Engineering
  • Roorkee College of Engineering
  • RCE Roorkee
  • Roorkee College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Skill Enhancement

At Roorkee College of Engineering, the Department of Mechanical Engineering offers a comprehensive range of short term technical courses that are designed tobestow students with best skills set to help them meet current Industry requirement as well as for career enhancement and professional development. Courses are provided in wide spectrum of proficiency helping students and professional, acquire skills and expertise in different areas. We assist our learners in applying for the certification exam of their choice through our vibrant community of experts and certified professionals.

Moderate to significant levels of optimism exist about the ability of mechanical engineers to meet global challenges in the next 10 to 20 years.

An increasing number of engineers are predicted to have interdisciplinary training, working more frequently on interdisciplinary teams with both engineering and non-engineering professionals.

Future cutting-edge fields:

  • Alternative energy
  • Bioengineering/biomedical 
  • Computers 
  • Electronics
  • Energy 
  • Nanotechnology 
  • Water 

Most cutting-edge tools and techniques for the future:

  • Motion simulation
  • Animation/virtual prototype

 Top areas identified for increased knowledge enhancement:

  • Nanotechnology
  • Renewable energy
  • Solar/wind

 Increasingly desirable skills:

  • Multilingual capability
  • Global team management
1 Problem solving The ability to solve proble. by using mechanical engineering science, mathematics and IT. knowledge
2 Information processing The ability to acquire, use and critically evaluate experimental and other complex information
3 Investigative and Experimental The ability to conduct experimental investigations and analyse the results
4 Design The ability to produce professional designs taking account of technical, environmental, ethical and commercial considerations
5 Creativity Able to show creativity and innovation in .Iving problems
6 Numerical Use arange of numerical and mathematical skills to aid analysis and problem solving
7 I.T. Use a range of relevant software packages to retrieve, store, process, interpret and present information
8 Team Working Combine with others, often with multidisciplinary teams, to achieve tasks/goals
9 Communication The ability to communicate Ideas and results clearly, conci.ly and effectively both orally, by giving presentations, and in writing, for instance in the production of technical reports
10 Autonomous Worldng/Time management The ability to work alone and to be self mot ivated to achieve goals to agreed timescales/deadlines
11 Planning and Decision Making The ability to plan, prioritise and make judgements on the basis of a range of available data, to deadlin. and under pressure
12 Commercial Awareness Able to appreciate the economic context within which they work and the need for solutions to be economically viable
Vision

“Knowledge is of no value unless you put it in to practice that leads to skills and skills then converted in to employment”

To reform educational spectrum and revitalize its spirit by providing quality education resulting in the development of competent and conscientious human resource to face the emerging challenges at global level.

Short term courses for Skill Enhancement:

The short term courses are the core competency of Mechanical Department. We strive to constantly improve our learning frameworks and teaching methodology to make them more student-friendly with best content delivery to our students. Our courses are upgraded continuously to ensure our learners are up-to-date on the latest industry requirements and best practices. Following is the list of courses currently available for students as co-curricular activities.

  • Pipeline Designing- CAESAR,
  • AutoCAD,
  • Catia,
  • Unigraphics,
  • Pro E,
  • Solid works,
  • Solid Edge,
  • Nanotechnology.