In the present scenario there is acute shortage of well-trained Civil Engineers to cater the needs of construction industry and there by the role of Civil Engineering In the field of technical education is gaining importance. The quality of education places a vital role to meet the requirements of the industry. NMREC is one of such institution which strives to import the quality education.
The department of civil engineering was established in the year 2012 with an intake of 60 students. The department has well experienced faculty members with minimum M.E/ M.Tech qualification impart quality training to students, which emphasis on the fundamentals of the subjects concerned and subsequently applying them to solve problems.
The department has well established lab facilities such as Surveying, Strength of Materials lab etc. To make the students flexible and job oriented, they are being offering skill oriented courses within the college hours.
The department of Computer Science and Engineering was established in the year 2001 with an intake of 60 students and increased to 120 in the year 2006 The Department has been maintaining high standards in imparting quality education in this challenging field of Computer Science. Highly experienced and dedicated faculty members.
The utility and growth of Electronics and Communications universally is one of the reasons for ECE being the most preferred branch in Engineering. The undergraduate course in ECE includes both hardware and software courses, the knowledge of which is very much essential in the development of any product mostly embedded system based ones.
The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering has increased the intake from 120 to 180 in the Under-Graduate programme (B.Tech) due to increased demand. The intake is 18 in M.Tech (VLSI-Systems Design) programme.
Presently the Department has a total strength of around 580 students including the PG, UG and lateral entry UG students. The Department has highly experienced Faculty members
Electrical power is the backbone of the country. The electrical power gains importance due to the fact that the power is transportable from the point of generation to customers. Other forms of power like mechanical are not transportable. Hence EEE is a very important subject for students to learn and look for gainful employment in the related fields.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering subject deals with various aspects of Electrical power generation, transmission and utilization.EEE covers a wide spectrum of courses covering from base fundamentals to advanced level of subjects related to Electrical Machines, power electronics and control systems.
Mechanical engineering is a core branch of engineering. It provides an opportunity for the student for exposure in the areas of mechanics that is an applied physics, hydraulics, basics in electrical engineering, automobiles, heat transfer, power plant engineering, design and fabrication mechanical systems, conventional and advanced manufacturing(Computer aided design and machining), material science, metal working and forming, metal fabrication robotics, newer and renewable energy sources, nano-technology etc. In brief there is hardly any area of engineering that does not require expertise of mechanical engineer.
The knowledge gained through an exposure to wide spectrum of areas enumerated above provides plenty of opportunities for the graduates in mechanical engineering in areas such as Atomic energy, Space, Defence and Heavy industry, power sector, ONGC, design and manufacture of mechanical systems as well as in IT sector based on their knowledge in computer.
In, addition the student can enhance their academic credentials by pursuing M.Tech., M.S and Ph.D to take up careers in teaching and research.
B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering started at NMREC with an intake of 60 students. The intake for the course has been increased to 120 in 2011 owing to the increasing demand for the branch.
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