Mechanical Engineering Department

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Assam Engineering College - Departments - Mechanical Engineering Department
... The department of Mechanical Engineering, established in 1957, was one of the first departments of the college ... faculty, this branch has produced generations of mechanical engineers in Assam in the private and public sectors and academia ... The head of the department is Dr ...
Engineering - Relationships With Other Disciplines - Other Fields
... In Political science the term engineering has been borrowed for the study of the subjects of Social engineering and Political engineering, which deal with forming political and social structures using engineering ... Financial engineering has similarly borrowed the term ...
National Institute Of Technology, Jamshedpur - Students' Activities
... College clubs include CES Civil Engineering Society is an initiative taken by the 2008-2012 Batch of Civil Engineering Department, N.I.T ... to provide a healthier platform, for the students of Civil Engineering to showcase their talents in their field of interest.The official website of the society is www.cesnitjsr.com MES Mechanical Engineering Society ... Jamshedpur, to provide a healthier platform, for the students of Mechanical Engineering to showcase their talents in their field of interest.The society was formed on 5th September 2009.It consists of 400 members.It ...
Atma Jaya Catholic University Of Indonesia - Faculties - Engineering Faculty - History
... Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia opened a Faculty of Technology with the Mechanical Engineering department ... He was a mechanical engineer ... – Scheikundige Afdeling (Chemistry Department) ...

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