Department of Mechanical Engineering


Mechanical Engineering is the driving force behind many of our technological and industrial processes. It is rightly recognized as the mother of engineering. The profession requires a solid understanding of key concepts, including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, energy, and manufacturing.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at SGT University has well-qualified faculty who produce numerous publications in international and national journals, highlighting the emphasis on research and development. We expose students to cutting-edge fields like robotics, mechatronics, and automation so they can become experts in these areas. In an effort to create the best workforce possible, we are committed to the general well-being and growth of our students.


To become a center of excellence in mechanical engineering education and research, preparing students to become leaders in the field. We aim to establish ourselves as a pioneer in emerging technologies and disruptive innovations, emphasizing sustainability in mechanical engineering practices.


To provide high-quality education and practical training to develop skilled and innovative mechanical engineers who can address the emerging challenges of the modern world. We strive to create a vibrant and conducive environment for academic and research engagement, fostering excellence in education, research, and industry collaborations.


  1. Mechatronics Centre of Excellence powered by SMC Pneumatics
  2. Robotics and Automation Lab (ABB Robotics)
  3. Centre of Excellence for Electric Vehicles. (with Electric One)
  4. Advanced labs for design and additive manufacturing.
  5. Access to MATLAB, Solid Works, Ansys, Robostudio, etc.


  1. Student chapters like SAEINDIA, ASHRAE, ISHRAE, etc., as well as active clubs like TORQUE CLUB.
  2. Strong business partnerships and affiliations, including those with Electric One, SuVastika, SMC Pneumatics, and ABB Robotics.
  3. Exchange programs for students with renowned international universities, such as AIMST University in Malaysia.
  4. A dedicated center (ACIC) that assists, directs, and inspires students to launch their own businesses.