DepartmentsMechanical Engineering

About the Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies - Srikakulam Campus is a center of excellence dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge and innovation in the field of mechanical engineering.

Our esteemed faculty members bring a wealth of expertise and experience to the classroom, ensuring that students receive a comprehensive education that encompasses both theory and hands-on practical experience. We equip our students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in various facets of mechanical engineering, from design and manufacturing to thermal sciences and robotics.

At RGUKT - Srikakulam Campus, we emphasize creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities, empowering our students to tackle real-world engineering challenges. Through state-of-the-art laboratories, research projects, and industry collaborations, our students gain valuable insights into cutting-edge technologies and emerging trends in the field.

As part of the RGUKT community, the Department of Mechanical Engineering is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of mechanical engineers who will contribute to technological advancement, innovation, and the betterment of society. We are committed to excellence, innovation, and the pursuit of knowledge in the ever-evolving field of mechanical engineering.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide a high-quality education in mechanical engineering that prepares students for successful careers in industry, academia, and entrepreneurship. We strive to foster a comprehensive understanding of core mechanical engineering principles, analytical thinking, and practical skills.

Our Vision

The vision of the Mechanical Engineering Department is to be a leading center of excellence in mechanical engineering education, research, and innovation. We aim to produce competent and visionary engineers who contribute to technological advancements, sustainable development, and societal well-being.

Dear Students,

I trust this message finds you in good health and high spirits. As the Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department, I want to take a moment to share a message of encouragement with each of you.

In the pursuit of knowledge and skill development, challenges are inevitable. It is during these moments that your perseverance and dedication shine brightest. Your journey through the realm of mechanical engineering is a testament to your commitment to mastering this intricate and fascinating field.

As you navigate your academic endeavors, embrace the opportunities to learn and grow. The field of mechanical engineering is vast, and your curiosity and passion will be your guiding forces. Take pride in the complexity of the subject matter, and let it fuel your enthusiasm for exploration and discovery.

Remember that you are part of a community of like-minded individuals who share your passion for innovation and problem-solving. Reach out to your peers and professors, collaborate, and leverage the collective knowledge that surrounds you. Together, we can create an environment that nurtures creativity and excellence.

In this dynamic field, adaptability is key. Embrace change, welcome new challenges, and view them as stepping stones toward your personal and professional development. The skills you are honing today will not only serve you well in your academic pursuits but will also prepare you for the ever-evolving landscape of mechanical engineering.

Believe in your capabilities, trust the process, and know that each step forward is a significant achievement. I have confidence in the potential within each one of you and look forward to witnessing the remarkable contributions you will make to the field.

Wishing you continued success and fulfillment in your journey through mechanical engineering.

Mrs. Sanapala Kiranmai

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Thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and mechanics of materials are fundamental to mechanical engineering.