Overview & History

Mechanical engineering is a broad field that involves the design and production of machines, engines and other mechanical systems. It encompasses many areas of research, including the development of new materials, the study of energy conversion, the optimisation of manufacturing processes, and the analysis and control of fluid flow.

Mechanical engineering is a highly diversified field with a wide range of applications, from industrial and automotive to aerospace and medical. Mechanical engineers use the principles of engineering, physics, and materials science for the design, analysis, manufacture, and maintenance of mechanical systems. They work in a wide range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, biomedical, energy, manufacturing, and robotics.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Invertis University provides research, teaching and learning opportunities to students in the areas of mechanical engineering design, energy and materials science, manufacturing, and sustainable and intelligent systems. It offers its students a variety of undergraduate, postgraduate, diploma and doctoral programmes and strives to provide them with the necessary tools and skills to become successful engineers and leaders in the field.

Overview & Identity Of Invertis University

The Department has a world-class infrastructure that includes high-tech student labs, machine shops, cutting-edge design studios, student workshops and state-of-the-art research labs. Our highly-qualified faculty works to advance knowledge in the multitude of areas in mechanical engineering and apply it to the solution of real-world problems. Our research and educational programmes focus on the development of advanced technologies and systems that are economical, reliable, and environmentally friendly.


The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Invertis University has achieved great success in both academia and industry. Here are some of our major accomplishments:

Rs. 9850000 Grant received from European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme for the project Development of green cement-based fire-retardant composite and their performance evaluation in pre-and post-fire conditions using conventional and non-destructive methods.

Rs. 52,67,806 Grant received from Department of Science and Technology for Development of a simple and cost-effective waste plastic recycling device based on novel COH-RC method and strategies for optimum end-use of residual products.

An Australian patent published Closed container heating and exhaust condensation (CCH-EC) method for converting waste plastics in to useful products. Australian Patent, Application in process (application no. 2021105261), 2021.

Message from HOD

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established with the aim of laying a strong foundation and producing skilled human resources in Mechanical Engineering for the Heavy Engineering and Manufacturing Industries. The Department is presently offering a Diploma, B. Tech, M. Tech, (with specializations in Production and Thermal Engineering), and Ph.D. programmes in Mechanical Engineering.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the leading departments in terms of research and development with a dedicated team of research-oriented faculty members from top institutions like IITs and NITs. One of our faculty members has even been awarded the prestigious Marie Curie Fellowship. The department has a number of research projects being funded by DST (Govt. of India), the European Union (EU), etc. With the collaboration of some of the topmost international universities and access to modern laboratories, the students of mechanical engineering get the best exposure and guidance in the modern-day scenario.

The Department has set up north India’s first Fire Testing Laboratory. Recently, one of our faculty members has been featured in the world’s Top 2% Scientist list released by Stanford University. Students of the department are not only working in the world’s top MNCs such as TATA Group, M&M Group, Ashok Leyland, etc., and government organisations but are also entrepreneurs in their own right.

The department has well-equipped laboratories, computational facilities (including computer systems installed with the latest drawing, designing, manufacturing, and simulation software), modern classrooms, and a favourable learning atmosphere.

I welcome the students to the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Invertis University, Bareilly for an outstanding learning experience.

Dr. Ashish Kumar Singh

Head of DepartmentDepartment of Mechanical Engineering

Academic Talks

  • FDP on Finite Element Method for Engineering Applications on July 18-23, 2022.
  • Two days’ workshop on “Peace Program” on 10-11 October 2022.
  • Two days workshop on “Virtual Labs” on 07-08 October 2022.
  • Alumni Lecture (interaction) on “Career Counseling” of Abhi Chauhan on 05 November 2022.
  • Departmental Quiz “MECH QUIZ 2022” on 14 November 2022.
  • One day National Seminar on “ Impacts of Climate Change on Surface Water and ground water resources of India on 22 March 2023.
  • Online guest lecture on “Basics of FEA and its applications in real world problems” by Mr. Sonu Pant on 1 May 2023.

  • Third International Conference on Frontiers of Engineering inventions-Post Covid-19 on 8-9 April 2022.
  • Guest Lecture on Intellectual property Right on 02 March, 2022 by Mr. Shailendra Singh (NIPAM, Officer, Govt. of India).
  • Guest Lecture on Introduction to Engineering Simulation on 03 July, 2021 by Er. Akashdeep Gangrade (Simulation Engineer, Schneider Electric, Bangaluru).

  • Second International Conference on Frontiers of Engineering inventions-Post Covid-19 on 08-09 January, 2021.
  • Guest Lecture on Active Safety in Car by Er. Vineet Kumar (Project Manager BOSCH, USA On 12 June, 2021.
  • Guest Lecture on “Bio Healing materials: Building fire safety, Carbon capture and bacteria-modified self-healing materials” by Dr. Ajitanshu Vedrtnam on 13 April, 2021.
  • Guest Lecture on “Understanding the hydrothermal route for nanomaterial synthesis” by Prof. S. J. Pawar (MNNIT, Allahabad) on 09 January, 2021.
  • Guest Lecture on “Introduction to Engineering Simulation” by Er. Akashdeep Gangrade, Simulation Engineer, Praxien Tech. Pvt. Ltd (Schneider Electric, Bengaluru) on 03 July, 2021.

  • First International Conference on Frontiers of Engineering inventions-Post Covid-19 on 10th and 11th of May, 2021.
  • Guest lecture on “Translational Research and Innovation” by Dr. Ajitanshu Vedrtnam(HOD ME).
  • Webinar organising by MED in association with Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers on Automotives and Transportation Design by Mr. Boris Fabris, Italy on 23th April, 2020.
  • Webinar by Mr Nishaant Kumar Sharma, Manager at NPTC Limited Visakhapatnam on "An Overview on thermal and nuclear power plant"on 28th May 2020.
  • International talk delivered by Dr. Ajitanshu Vedrtnam (HOD , MED) on Ceramics and Composite Materials, at London on 03-04th June. 2019.

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