Mechanical Laboratories


The department has well-equipped laboratories with state of the art infrastructure as per the AICTE norms and JNTUH guidelines. The laboratories are well equipped to cater to the practical & innovative needs of the students and faculty. The list of laboratories in our department is:

S.NO Name of the Laboratory UG/PG
1 Engineering Workshop UG
2 Mechanics of Solids UG
3 Fluid mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery UG
4 Manufacturing Process/Production Technology UG
5 Metallurgy& Material Science UG
6 Fuels &Lubricants lab UG
7 Machine Tools UG
8 Thermal Engineering UG
9 Engineering Metrology UG
10 CAD &CAM Lab/MAT lab UG
11 Heat Transfer Lab UG
12 Kinematics and dynamics of machinery Lab UG
13 Instrumentation& Control system UG
Heat transfer Lab
Machine Tools Lab
Machine Tools Lab
Fuels & Lubricants Lab
Fuels & Lubricants Lab
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14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

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