Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering - SSN Department of Mechanical Engineering

SSN Department of Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical engineering has been functioning as a supporting department since the inception of the college in 1996.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is established as a full fledged department offering B.E course from the year 2007. The mission of the department is to educate students to become globally competent.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering shares the mission and vision of the institution in imparting quality education to the students. The department has a committed, highly experienced and motivated team of faculty members.

In November 2010, the Shiv Nadar Foundation and Carnegie Mellon University announced that Carnegie Mellon's undergraduate programmes in mechanical engineering would be made more available to Indian students. Under this partnership, the first batch of undergraduates will begin their studies in June 2011. Students will study in India at SSN following a curriculum designed by Carnegie Mellon and taught by SSN faculty trained at Carnegie Mellon. They will also study at Carnegie Mellon's main campus in the United States in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Admission and academic processes will have the same rigorous standards as at Carnegie Mellon. On completion of the course, students will receive Carnegie Mellon degrees.

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