Department of Automobile Engineering

HOD's Desk

Welcome to the Department of Automobile Engineering, Mookambigai College of Engineering, Pudukkottai.

Department of Automobile Engineering was established in the year 2011.

The Department of Automobile Engineering was started in the academic year 2011-12 with a sanctioned intake of 60 students. The department has dedicated and qualified faculty members. The department follows the syllabus of the Anna University and to supplement the syllabus, guest lectures and Industrial visits are organized. Laboratories are well equipped with equipments such as engines, exhaust gas analyzer and fuel testing equipments, etc..


Mr. M.MARIAPPAN, M.E Head of the department


Vision

To produce a quality education in Automobile Engineering to develop competent and socially responsible engineers for the automotive industry and the society.

Mission
  • To give best learning experience through innovative teaching on theoretical, practical aspects and exposure to recent trends in the automotive industry.
  • To inculcate societal responsibility and ethical values through personality development programs and also to build the spirit of entrepreneurship.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

After successful completion of programme,

PEO1: The graduate will have a successful career in automotive/allied industries and to pursue higher education or to become an entrepreneur.

PEO2: The graduate will be an expertise in the core area of automobile engineering such as design, manufacturing, and servicing with a focus on research and innovation for the benefit of the society.

PEO3: The graduate will practice professionalism, team work, communication skills, ethical conduct, and societal responsibility.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

After successful completion of programme,

PSO1:The graduates will have the potential to diagnose the automotive system failures and repair / replace the components / systems so as to bring the vehicle in original condition.

PSO2: The graduates will have the potential to explore possibilities of viable alternate fuels and to develop emission control technologies.