Vision

To produce competent mechanical engineers of excellent technical and managerial skills for national and global development.

Mission

To provide best education in mechanical engineering, encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship through professional and moral ethics to improve the quality of the people worldwide.

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Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

S.NO PEOs Description of PEO's
I PEO-1 IMPARTING KNOWLEDGE:To impart intense knowledge in basic science and its applications in engineering.
II PEO-2 MULTI - DISCIPLINE:To integrate the knowledge on basic sciences and engineering concepts with industrial, social and environmental issues and to innovate technologies for betterment.
III PEO-3 SKILL DEVELOPMENT:To develop interpersonal skills to strengthen team work, leadership quality and to promote awareness about continual learning not limited to higher studies.
IV PEO-4 PROFESSIONALISM:To enhance professionalism in problem solving through decisiveness, moral and professional ethics to shoulder social responsibility.

Programe Outcome's(PO's)

S.NO Programe Outcome's
PO-1 Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization for building engineering models.
PO-2 Identify and solve engineering problems reaching conclusions using mathematics and engineering sciences.
PO-3 Design and develop solutions for engineering problems that meet specified needs.
PO-4 Conduct investigations of complex problems including design of experiments and analysis to provide valid solutions.
PO-5 Create and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools for executing engineering activities.
PO-6 Apply reasoning of the societal, safety issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering practice.
PO-7 Understand the impact of engineering solutions in the environment and exhibit the knowledge for sustainable development.
PO-8 Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
PO-9 Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams in multi-disciplinary settings.
PO-10 Communicate effectively to the engineering community and the outside world and also to write effective reports.
PO-11 Understand engineering and management principles and apply them to handle projects in multi disciplinary environments.
PO-12 Recognize the need for life-long learning and apply in the context of technological change.

 

Graduate Attributes:

Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization for building engineering models.

Problem Analysis: Identify and solve engineering problems reaching conclusions using mathematics and engineering sciences.

Design/Development of Solutions: Design and develop solutions for engineering problems that meet specified needs. 

Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Conduct investigations of complex problems including design of experiments and analysis to provide valid solutions.

Modern Tool Usage: Create and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools for executing engineering activities.

The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning of the societal, safety issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering practice.

Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of engineering solutions in the environment and exhibit the knowledge for sustainable development.

Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams in multi-disciplinary settings.

Communication: Communicate effectively to the engineering community and the outside world and also to write effective reports.

Project Management and Finance: Understand engineering and management principles and apply them to handle projects in multi disciplinary environments.

 Life-Long Learning: Recognize the need for life-long learning and apply in the context of technological change.

 

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
    UG Programme
B.E  – Mechanical Engineering
    PG Programme
M.E – Industrial Safety Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering considered as the best department with excellent lab facilities and enriched by senior faculty members. The students are given ample theoretical and practical input during their four years of stay in the campus. The students of the department have been proving their mettle by producing Anna University ranks consecutively.

The Department is strongly built with excellent lab facilities and enriched by senior faculty members.The students are given theoretical and practical input.

Facilities

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Dr.ZEENATHUL FARIDA ABDUL GANI

(HOD)
mechhod@francisxavier.ac.in



Faculties

Mr   Monimaran J
 (Asso.Proff)
Dr.  I.JERIN LENO
 (Asso.Prof)
Best Project Contest 2019 - Mechanical Institution Innovation Council read more

Best Project Contest 2019 - Mechanical Institution Innovation Council

The departmental Institution Innovation Council organized a project contest titled “Best Project 2019” for the

Mechanical Department Winter Skill Training read more

Mechanical Department Winter Skill Training

Training and skill development program was conducted 12days up to today. In this twelve days

Faculty development programme on AUTODESK FUSION 360-Mechanical department read more

Faculty development programme on AUTODESK FUSION 360-Mechanical department

Faculty development programme on AUTODESK FUSION 360 has been conducted by our mechanical department in

Orientation program by Mechanical Department read more

Orientation program by Mechanical Department

Placement and Industry Institute Interaction division of mechanical engineering department had organized an Orientation program

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING RECEIVED read more

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING RECEIVED "BMW ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY" FROM BMW India Pvt Ltd

The Department of Mechanical Engineering have received a "Four stroke Four cylinder Twin Power Diesel

Value Added Course on ASNT NDT (Level-II ) by  Department of Mechanical Engineering read more

Value Added Course on ASNT NDT (Level-II ) by Department of Mechanical Engineering

Value Added Course (VAC) for the final year Mechanical Engineering students has been started on

Guest Lecture on ‘CAD’ for III year students read more

Guest Lecture on ‘CAD’ for III year students

Coordinators: Dr.I.Neethi Manickam, HOD/Mech                Mr. S.Thanumalayaperumal, AP/Mech      Resource persons1.    G. Muthukrishnan Wings CAD,

Guest Lecture on ‘Non- Destructive Test’ for IV & II year students read more

Guest Lecture on ‘Non- Destructive Test’ for IV & II year students

Audience: IV year students Coordinators: Dr.I.Neethi Manickam, HOD/Mech                       Dr. I. Jerin Leno, Prof/Mech                Mr. S.Thanumalayaperumal,

Parents Teachers Association meeting of mechanical department read more

Parents Teachers Association meeting of mechanical department

We have organized a parent teachers meeting on today. 45 parents were attended the meeting.

3 days Training Programme for Non-Teaching Staff read more

3 days Training Programme for Non-Teaching Staff

          A training programme for the Non Teaching Staff of Francis Xavier Engineering was organised

AUTO DESK AUTO CAD workshop and online exam In association with ICT Academy, Chennai from 28-5-2018 to 1-06-2018 (5 days) read more

AUTO DESK AUTO CAD workshop and online exam In association with ICT Academy, Chennai from 28-5-2018 to 1-06-2018 (5 days)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering of FXEC is an authorized Academic Resource Centre (ARC) of

Importance of Japanese Language for Mechanical Students read more

Importance of Japanese Language for Mechanical Students

The Chief Guest Mr.V.SHANMUGARAJ,Manager,SAthish JApanese Language Academy,Tirunelveli explained about the importance of learning Japanese language for

Mechanical Departments MEGNAS'18 read more

Mechanical Departments MEGNAS'18

The National Level Technical Symposium was organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on 23rd

Mechanical Department's Industrial Visit to RS Windtech, Aralvaimozhi read more

Mechanical Department's Industrial Visit to RS Windtech, Aralvaimozhi

(1) Mr.S.Siva subramanian, AP /Mech,(2) Mr.S.Veeria chandran, AP/Mech,(3) Mr.R.Jaison, AP/Mech,(4) Mr.S.Sakthivel, AP/Mech Our third year 110

Mechanical Department's Industrial Visit to Chiranjjeevi Wind Energy, Aralvaimozhi read more

Mechanical Department's Industrial Visit to Chiranjjeevi Wind Energy, Aralvaimozhi

(1) Mr.U.Nainar, AP /Mech,(2) Mr.Lakshmipathy, AP/Mech  Our final year 55 students along with 2 staff members

Mechanical Department's Industrial Visit to Seshasayee Papers, Mukkudal read more

Mechanical Department's Industrial Visit to Seshasayee Papers, Mukkudal

IV Co-Ordinators : (1) Mr.U.Nainar, AP /Mech & (2) Mr.K.Krishnamoorthy, AP/Mech   Our third year 55 students along

Mechanical Department's HIGHER EDUCATION / COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION CELL read more

Mechanical Department's HIGHER EDUCATION / COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION CELL

 In our department Higher Education / Competitive examination Cell is functioning. Mr.S.Arockia Reemas AP/Mech is

Mechanical Department's Port Trust visit read more

Mechanical Department's Port Trust visit

 Our second year students today visited the V.O.Chidambaranar Port Trust, Tuticorin. They have visited a

Students Recreation club - Cricket activity read more

Students Recreation club - Cricket activity

 Students Recreation Club is functioning in our department. Mr.R.Jaison, AP/Mech is the coordinator of the

Visit of Vice Chancellor, St.Joseph University, Tanzania read more

Visit of Vice Chancellor, St.Joseph University, Tanzania

 Visit of Vice Chancellor, St.Joseph University, Tanzania Prof. Burton Lunogelo Mhamilawa Mwamila, the V.C. has visited

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