MechanicalMechanical Engineering has been on an integration phase with other disciplines for the past few decades and offers many challenging career opportunities for the students. The Department of Mechanical Engineering in VJIT was established in 1999 and is accredited by NBA in 2010. Going by the technological advances the Department has been actively engaged in transforming the learning systems and creating a sound knowledge base in the minds of the students. Innovations, hands on workshops, community projects & industry internships fine tune the students into industry ready.

Core competencies

  • Material Science
  • Welding Technology
  • Thermal Engineering
  • Design Engineering

Prominent Features

  • Accredited by National Board of Accreditation.
  • Well qualified and experienced faculty from industry & academia
  • Excellent infrastructure facilities including CAD/CAM Lab with CNC Machines
  • Project Based Learning methodology
  • Department library facility with access to e-journals
  • MOU with Frugal Technologies and Epigraph Technologies
  • Regular Industrial visits & Internships


K. Ashwin Kumar, A. Vinay Kumar, Teja Gudala, Sree Krishna Guthena &  A.V. Vishnu Vardhan IV B.Tech students  participated at  SUPRA SAE-INDIA Racing car competition held at Delhi. The students  designed and fabricated a student formula car which got 4th place in Telangana and AP states.

VJIT Mechanical Students developed a project “Camera Mounted Vertical Climbing Robot”. The project is under consideration for real time implementation by INDIAN ARMY.

Students participated at various International conferences in Baltimore, Sandiego and San Francisco under SPIE International Professional chapter.

Students participated in International summer Internship programmes in Belgium, Italy, Germany and Portugal.

Students participated in Summer workshop at World Renowned Institute Max Planck Institute of Technology, Germany.

Prof. Sreeram Reddy was trained and certified by International Society for Engineering Education collaboration with IUCEE and Microsoft.

Professional Chapter:

  • ACM
  • IEOM
  • ISTE

Head of the Department

Prof .G Sreeram Reddy did his B.Tech (Mech.) from Osmania University, Hyderabad and M. Tech. (Energy Systems) from JNTUH and recently completed Ph. D. His career in academics spans more than 17 years. He has worked with various corporates as Design Engineer. Before becoming Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering he also held the responsibilities as Placement Officer and student coordinator.

Faculty Name Designation
Dr.G.Sreeram Reddy (Hod) Professor
Dr.B.V.Reddi Professor
Dr.V.V.Satyanarayana Professor
Dr. Afroz Mehar Professor
Dr.Madhan Professor
Dr.N.Ravinder Reddy Professor/Associate Professor
Dr.V.K.Dalla Professor/Associate Professor
V R Rao Associate Professor
Mallesh M Associate Professor
K Rajesh kumar Associate Professor
P. Sampath kumar Associate Professor
J Jagadesh kumar Associate Professor
DRS Narsing rao Associate Professor
S Suneel kumar Associate Professor
J Emeema Associate Professor
Sk. Abdul Khadeer Associate Professor
M. Naveen Kumar Associate Professor
Sudhabindu B Assistant Professor
Y Renuka Assistant Professor
Swapna P Assistant Professor
Sowmya G Assistant Professor
Ramakrishna S Assistant Professor
Pavani P Assistant Professor
Ambika G Assistant Professor
T Pavan kumar Assistant Professor
J Sandeep kumar Assistant Professor
Ravi CHIRRA Assistant Professor
S G Abul Hasan Assistant Professor
Naveen Raj C Assistant Professor
Praveen N Assistant Professor
Shaik Mohd Amoodi Assistant Professor
Nagakumar C Assistant Professor
RNSV Ramakanth Assistant Professor
Vishnu Assistant Professor
Virajee Assistant Professor
Tejoroopa V Assistant Professor
K Srinivas Assistant Professor
S Prasad kumar Assistant Professor
Malathi B Assistant Professor
Syeda Saniya Fatima Assistant Professor
Khaja Ali Mohammad Assistant Professor
B Ramsagar Naga Prasad Assistant Professor
Yelgani Shiva Prasad Assistant Professor
C Lakshmi Sinduja Assistant Professor
Madi Bhupal Reddy Assistant Professor
M.Prasanthi Assistant Professor
M.Praveena Assistant Professor
YSSN Reddy D Assistant Professor
P. Chandra Kumar Assistant Professor
Sai Vasavi Assistant Professor
Goutham Assistant Professor
G. Sravya Assistant Professor
S. Samuel Abhishek Assistant Professor
Shaik Ismail Assistant Professor
Anwar Ahmed Assistant Professor
Ch. Vinod Assistant Professor
Ch.Rakesh Assistant Professor
K. Nagaraju Assistant Professor
S.Rajendra prasad Assistant Professor



To be recognized as a center of excellence in providing Mechanical Engineering education of international standards leading to well-qualified engineers who are innovative, immediate contributors to their profession, successful in advanced studies and employable globally.


To educate, prepare and mentor students to excel as professionals and grow throughout their careers in the field of Mechanical Engineering. This can be accomplished by:

  • M1: Providing the facilities and environment conducive to a high-quality education, strong foundation in the fundamental principles of Mechanical Engineering and preparing them for diverse careers.
  • M2: Engaging in academic activities, which strengthen the students' regional, national and international reputation.

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO-I: To induce thorough understanding of basic sciences, mathematics and mechanical engineering in students to demonstrate their ability both in theory and practical.
  • PEO-II: To encourage students to analyze & acquire real time core engineering knowledge and contemporary industrial practices.
  • PEO-III: To pursue higher studies, become globally employable, imbibe the essence of team work and become entrepreneurs in a multi-disciplinary environment.
  • PEO-IV: To encourage students to develop leadership and communication skills through which they can demonstrate their environmental, social, ethical responsibilities, and to provide a platform for life-long learning and inculcate the culture of R&D.

Program Specific Outcomes

  • PSO1: An ability to analyze and solve problems of welding special materials and employing reverse engineering techniques for the design of mechanical engineering components.
  • PSO2: An ability to design, develop and implement mechanical engineering solutions in view of sustainability, environmental issues with social responsibility.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

  • PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.


Name of the Lab Faculty Incharge Name of the technical staff
Engineering Workshop Laboratory Mr. Ramakrishna Mr. B Narsimhulu,
Metallurgy & Mechanics of Solids Laboratory Mrs.Sudhabindu Mr. CH Nagaraju
Mechanics of Fluids & Hydraulic Machines Laboratory Mr.Rajesh Mr. A Maheshwar
Production Technology Laboratory Mr.V.R Rao Mr. G Raju
Thermal Engineering Laboratory Mr.Ravi Chirra Mr. M Venkat Reddy
Metrology and Machine Tools Laboratory Mr.Sampath Mr. B Ramulu, Mr. M Vishal
Heat Transfer Laboratory Mrs.J.Emeema Mr. M Venkat Reddy
CAD/CAM Laboratory Mr.Pavan Mr. A. Ramesh Babu
PDP/ ICS Laboratory Mr.DRS Narsingh Rao & Mr.Prasad Mr.N Ansari










Events Organized

Engineering Events under Professional Societies


Date Topic
22nd February 2016 Expert Lecture on “Trends in Mechanical Engineering”
21st December, 2015 Expert Lecture on “Advanced Heat Transfer”
20st October, 2015 Expert lecture on “ Advancements in Production Technology and Importance of Innovations”
22nd August, 2015 Seminar on Composite Materials
21 July, 2015 Workshop on “An Incredible way-Heat Treatment for Improvement of properties and Hardening of Metals and Alloys.
Date Topic
23rd January, 2015 Lecture on ‘Engineering Science Education research Challenges”
18th September,2014 Seminar on “New Technologies in Mechanical Industries”
7th August 2014 Seminar on “Importance of Innovations”
Date Topic
17th March, 2014 A Workshop on Engine Assembly and Disassembly
11th November, 2013 Workshop on “Nanotechnology Applications in Defense”
19th October, 2013 Seminar on “Composite Materials Applications in coming Decades”

Indian Institute of Welding

Date Topic
4th February, 2016 A Talk on Dissimilar Stainless steel welding
14 July, 2015 A Seminar on Welding defects and Testing Methods
2nd September, 2015 Welding of Naval Based Materials
Date Topic
14th  July, 2015 Challenges in Welding of Aluminum Alloys
9th December, 2015 Non Destructive Testing Methods - Welding
Date Topic
18th November, 2013 Inaugural function of IIW Student Chapter

Indian Engineering and Operations Management

Date Topic
7th March, 2016 Workshop on “How should an engineering student be equipped for his/her future career?”
26th March, 2016 JAM
1st February, 2016 Inaugural function of IEOM Student Chapter


  • Expert Lecture on “Advanced Heat Transfer”
  • Expert lecture on “ Advancements in Production Technology and Importance of Innovations”
  • Seminar on “Phase Diagrams Recipes For Design & Development of Structural Materials
  • Lecture on “Advent of Modern Civilization with Steels and Cast-Iron”
  • Seminar on “Why Metals behave that way”
Date Topic
23rd January, 2015 Lecture on ‘Engineering Science Education research Challenges”
18th September, 2014 Seminar on “New Technologies in Mechanical Industries”
7th August 2014 Seminar on “Importance of Innovations”

Date Topic
16th March, 2014 A Workshop on Engine Assembly and Disassembly
9th November, 2013 Workshop on “Nanotechnology Applications in Defense”
19th October, 2013 Seminar on “Composite Materials Applications in coming Decades”


Summary of research Publications


Academic Year Number of publications
2015-16 20
2014-15 12
2013-14 3

Research Laboratories

Name of the Laboratory

  • Plasma Arc welding Machine
  • Tungsten Inert Gas Welding Machine
  • Tubular Furnaces
  • Trinoculor Microscope with Image Acquisition System
  • Fatigue Testing Machine
  • Creo 3.0
  • Ansys 17.0
  • GibbsCAM

Innovations in teaching

Faculty Subject Topic Approach used Year
Dr.V.V.Satyanarayana  Operations Research Sequencing Problem Based Learning 2015-16
Dr. N.Ravinder Reddy Metallurgy & Material Science Iron Iron Carbon Phase Diagram Collaborative Learning 2015-16
G. Sreeram Reddy Finite Element Method Trusses Case studies and Problem based Learning 2015-16
K. Rajesh Kumar Mechanics of Solids Hardness, Stress Strain concepts Project Based Learning 2015-16
V.Ramalingeswara Rao Production Technology Metal Casting Flipped Classroom 2015-16
P V Viswanath Design of Machine Members Interference of Gears Seminar by students for specific topic 2015-16
DRS Narsing Rao Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Machines Hydraulic Turbines Fishbowl  debate 2015-16
T. Virajee CAD/CAM Geometric Modeling Creating Research groups and Clubs 2015-16
Dr. Lakshminarayana Metrology and Surface Engineering Tolerance and Fits Flipped Classroom 2014-15
K.Ashok Reddy Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Latest Refrigerant Debates 2014-15
V.B.Shankar Kinematics of Machines 4bar mechanism Case studies
and Problem based Learning
V. Tejorupa Dynamics of Machines Gyroscopes Use of Information and Communication Technologies 2014-15
Ravi Chirra Thermodynamics Entropy and Enthalpy Seminar by students for specific topic 2014-15
B.Sudha Bindu Unconventional Machining Processes Electric Discharge Machining,
Grinding & Wire Cut EDM
Collaborative Learning 2014-15
Dr.V.V.Satyanarayana Operations Research Transportation, Travelling
Salesman problem, Simplex
Project Based Learning 2013-14
Deeparaga Vally Instrumentation and Control Systems Different pressure measurement
and Problem based Learning
S.Prasad Kumar Automobile Engineering Front wheel drive/ rear wheel
drives in heavy vehicles
Stump your partner 2013-14
P.Pavani Kinematics of Machines Cam & Followers Creating Research groups and Clubs 2013-14


  • Premier Engineering Industries
  • Frugal Technologies
  • CANTER CADD, Suncity
  • Epigraph Advanced Engineering Pvt. Ltd
  • VRK Industries
  • Design Tec