B.E. Mech.


S.No PEOs Definition of PEO’s
I Self-Learning Continual receptiveness for leadership and social challenges.
II Breadth Inculcate good scientific and engineering knowledge to create novel products for the real life issues.
III Analytical reasoning Integrate fundamentals and new concepts from engineering practices.
IV Communication Skills Excel in vocabulary and interpersonal skill as a Professional Engineer.


Mechanical Engineering Graduates will have
1. Imparting strong foundation about the technical know-how of mechanical engineering
2. Root cause analysis of a mechanical engineering problem through basic and engineering sciences
3. Solving complex mechanical engineering problems
4. Critical thinking/analysing  mechanical engineering problems using research based methods
5. Handling latest engineering tools with advanced software knowledge
6. Tuning latest Mechanical engineering advancements to the benefits of society
7. Mechanical engineering solutions to green and sustainable development
8. Adopting Professional ethics in technical field
9. Perform individual activity/Leadership ability in a multifaceted group
10. Communication competency in presenting technocrats reports
11. Capability in completing a project with financial management
12. Up-to-date in current events

M.E Ind. Safety Engg.


S.No PEOs Definition of PEO’s
I Core Competence

Competent safety Engineer rendering expertise to the industrial and societal needs at national and global level.

II Technical Knowledge

Possess a mastery of Health safety and environment knowledge and safety management skills, to reach higher levels in their profession.

III Breath

Effectively communicate information on Health safety and environment facilitating collaboration with experts across various disciplines so as to create and execute safe methodology in complex engineering activities.

IV Professionalism Demonstrate professional and ethical attitude with awareness of current legal issues by rendering expertise to wide range of industries.


    1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization for hazard identification, risk assessment and control of occupational hazards.
    2. Design, Establish, Implement, maintain to improve an occupational health and management.
    3. Conduct investigations on unwanted incidents using root cause analysis and generate corrective and preventive action to prevent recurrence and occurrence of such incidents.
    4. Design complex man machine systems using human factors engineering tools so as to achieve comfort, worker satisfaction, efficiency, error free and safe workplace environment.
    5. Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings so as to provide practical solutions to safety problems.
    6. Communicate effectively on health and safety matters among the employees and with society at large.
    7. Demonstrate the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to occupational health and safety practices.
    8. Understand and commit to comply with legal requirements, professional ethics, responsibilities and general norms of engineering practice.
    9. Understand the impact of health, safety and environment solutions on productivity, quality and society at large.
    10. Understand the uses of state-of-art occupational health and safety practices in controlling   risks of complex engineering activities and understand their limitations.
    11. Recognize the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning


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