Mechanical Engineering currently offers five undergraduate laboratory courses. All first year undergraduate students are required to take a laboratory course on Workshop Practice. The Manufacturing Laboratory has facilities including lathes, milling machine, vertical machining centre, electric discharge machine, welding, fitting and tin smithy equipment. It is also being used for two laboratory courses on Manufacturing Practices and Processes for second and third year Mechanical Engineering students. It is also being used as a workshop for fabrication of undergraduate student projects as well as research related equipment and accessories. Coordinate measuring machine (CMM) and profile projector have been acquired as part of Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory (AML). An associated Mechanical Systems Design Laboratory (MSDL) is also being developed.
The Solid Mechanics laboratory has two MTS Universal Testing Machines of 100 kN and 200 kN capacity, Charpy impact testing machine of 450J capacity (MTS), Torsion testing machine (500 Nm) and Rockwell and Vickers hardness testing machines (Zwick Roell), and a Fatigue testing machine. The Fluid Mechanics laboratory has setups for conducting experiments on fluid statics and fluid dynamics. Several common turbo machines such as gear pump, centrifugal pump, Pelton wheel along with various flow measuring devices and accessories have also been installed. A wind tunnel and a water tunnel for teaching and for basic research have been built in-house, and are being commissioned.