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Mechanical Engineering is an evergreen branch. The department was established in the academic year 2005-2006. The department offers a four year degree program in Mechanical Engineering with an annual intake of 120 students. The department extends its services to all the branches.
A substantial building for Mechanical Engineering accommodates various Laboratories, Lecture Halls, Drawing Halls, Seminar Hall and Department Library. All the laboratories are well established with latest equipments, Machineries & Relevant software.
A team of dedicated, qualified, young and energetic faculty members are involved in latest teaching-learning process of the institution. All the faculty members are post graduates and they are involved in various research oriented activities and have published technical papers in National / International Conferences / Journals.

Co-curricular Activities
The department conducts various programs to innovating the technical skills of the students
Training course in CNC-Lathe & CNC-Mill in collaboration with MTAB India (P) Ltd, Chennai
Training courses in Modeling and Analysis Software packages

  • Ozone Fest
  • Guest Lectures
  • Seminars
  • National level Technical Symposium








    • To provide broad-based education and training in mechanical engineering and its applications to enable the graduates to meet the demands in a rapidly changing needs in industry, academia and society.


    • To impart high quality technical education and training that encompasses both theory and practices with human and social values.
    • To equip the students to face tomorrows technology embedded global changes.
    • To create, explore, and develop innovations in mechanical engineering research.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOS)

    • PEO1: Lead a professional career by acquiring the basic knowledge in the field of specialization and allied Engineering.
    • PEO2: Assess the real life problems and deal with them confidently relevance to the society.
    • PEO3: Engage in lifelong learning by pursuing higher studies and participating in professional organizations.
    • PEO4: Exhibit interpersonal skills and able to work as a team for success.

Programme Outcomes (PO'S)

    A graduate of Mechanical Engineering Program will attain

    • PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    • PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    • PO3: Design / Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    • PO4: Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    • PO5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    • PO6: The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    • PO7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    • PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    • PO9: Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    • PO10: Communication:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
    • PO11: Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    • PO12: Life-long Learning:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change..

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO'S)

    • PSO1: Apply the concepts of mathematics and science in mechanical systems.
    • PSO2: Design and analyze components and systems for mechanical engineering applications.
    • PSO3: Synthesis data and technical concepts for application to mechanical engineering software.
    • PSO4: Apply manufacturing and management practices in industries.



    Professor & Head,

    Dept. of Mechanical Engineering,

    PSR Engineering College,

    Sevalpatti, Sivakasi – 626 140,

    Virudhunagar District,

    Tamil Nadu, India.

    Email :

    Phone : 04562-239624

Faculty Members

The faculty in the department is a rich blend of personnel with industrial and professional experience. The dedicated staff members have sound knowledge in emerging areas. Most faculty members are accomplished postgraduates with considerable research and academic experience. The breadth and depth of research interests of the academic staff ensures a high standard lecture courses and provide excellent opportunities for challenging and stimulating final year projects. Individual lecturers supplement their delivery using blackboards, overhead projectors and video projection.

Dr. H. Kanagasabapathy M.E., Ph.D., Professor & Head 1-7345162719 View
Dr. P. PitchipooM.E., Ph.D., Professor 1-2184753750View
Dr. A. Muthiah M.E., Ph.D., Professor 1-440109501 View
Dr. S. Kalidass M.E., Ph.D., Professor 1-4624203637 View
Dr.P.Amuthakkannan M.E., Ph.D., Associate Professor amuthakkannan 1-7345162776 View
Dr.P.ShenbagaveluM.E.,Ph.D.,Associate View
Dr.R. SelvabharathiM.E., Ph.D., Associate Professor View
Dr. Srinivasagam rameshM.E., Ph.D., Associate Professor View
Dr. M. ThirukumaranM.E., Ph.D., Associate Professor
Mr. S. Veera Saravanakumar M.E., (Ph.D)., Associate Professor 1-440279801 View
Mr. P. Ebenezer Sathish PaulM.E., (Ph.D)., Associate Professor ebenezersathishpaul@gmail.com1-4668548830View
Mr. G. Uthayakumar M.S (Ph.D)., Associate Professor 1-440279806View
Mr. V. M. Saravanan M.E.,Associate Professor 1-1423313174 View
Mr. P. Raja M.EAssociate Professor 1-7368846689 View
Mr. K. Karthik M.EAssistant Professor 1-3548044261 View
Mr. M. Sankara Subramanian M.E., (Ph.D)., Assistant Professor 1-7391486343View
Mr. Y. Kumarasamy M.E., (Ph.D)., Assistant Professor 1-2637366340 View
Mr. D. SundarrajanM.E., (Ph.D)., Assistant Professor 1-7391486350 View
Mr. K. Muthusamy M.E., (Ph.D)., Assistant Professor 1-7344941908 View
Mr.R.Senthil Kumar M.E., Assistant Professor 1-7345162712View
Mr. S. Durairaj M.E., Assistant Professor 1-2642656177View
Mr. T. Suresh M.E., Assistant Professor 1-7345162175 View
Mr. M. Kalimuthu M.EAssistant Professor 1-7391875817 View
Mr. K. Ravikumar M.E Assistant Professor 1-7391875904 View
Mr. P. Durkaieswaran M.EAssistant Professor 1-3548044846 View
Mr.C.Kanagaraj M.E., Assistant Professor 1-7345322153 View
Mr.R.Venkatesh M.E., (Ph.D)., Assistant Professor 1-7345322160 View
Mr.K.Ashok Kumar M.E., Assistant Professor 1-7345322534 View
Mr.A.K.MadhuM.E., MBA. Assistant Professor View
Mrs.D.Mahadevi M.E Assistant Professor View


The department conducts various programs to innovate the technical skills of the students.

CAD I & II Laboratory

Research Laboratory

Dynamics Laboratory

Metrology and Measurement Laboratory

Mechatronics Laboratory

Central Fabrication Laboratory

Engineering Practices Laboratory

Manufacturing Technology Laboratary

Strength of Materials Laboratory

Thermal Engineering-I & II Laboratory

Department Library

The Mechanical Engineering Department Library has around 730 books. Also it has provision for keeping the reports of project work done by our students. The departmental library also has reading halls that can accommodate about 10 people. ‘THE HINDU’ Daily Newspaper available in our library for our students.

Number of Titles available : 526
Number of Volumes available : 1165
Number of Project Reports available : 900
Number of CDs available : 830




The PSREC Mechanical Engineering Association, student chapter was started in our department in June 2007. Various activities like workshops, Webinars, Competitions, etc., are conducted from PSREC MEA for the benefit of student members to showcase and improve their skills.




ACADEMIC YEAR: 2021-2022



Office Bearers


Faculty Advisor

Dr. H. Kangasabapathy, HOD/Mechanical


Faculty Coordinator

Mr. R. Senthilkumar, AP/Mechanical

Association Treasurer

Dr. A. Muthiah, Professor / Mechanical


Student Chairperson

Mr. G. Saravanakumar IV Year Mechanical


Student Secretary

Mr. R. Marisamy, IV Year Mechanical


Joint Secretary

Mr. T. Bharathkumar III Year Mechanical


Student Treasurer

Mr. V. Natarajan IV Year Mechanical


Event Co-ordinators

Mr. M. Sureshkumar IV Year Mechanical

Ms. J. Priyadharshini IV Year Mechanical


SAEINDIA Collegiate Club


SAEINDIA is India’s leading resource for mobility technology. As an individual member-driven society of mobility practitioners the ownership of SAEINDIA wrests with its members who are Individuals from the mobility community, which includes Engineers Executives from Industry, Government Officials, Academics and Students.

SAEINDIA is a strategic alliance partner of SAE International registered in India as an Indian non-profit engineering and scientific society dedicated to the advancement of mobility industry in India.

Our Institute has joined as an Institutional member of PSREC SAEINDIA Collegiate Club in 2016. We have started with student members of more than 52 students from Mechanical Engineering Department. Now we have 72 Student members and 02 Professional members in Mechanical Engineering Department.

Our Institute actively contributing to the SAEINDIA events by organizing various events in Tier I level like Aero modelling contest, welding, sheet metal, Tech Quiz, Technical Paper presentation, CNC Programming, etc. Our student members have participated Tier 2 level events conducted by various institutions.





S.No. Office Bearers
1. Senior Faculty Advisor Dr. A. Muthiah, Professor / Mechanical
2. Additional Faculty Advisor Mr. D. Sundarrajan AP/Mechanical
3. Student Chairperson Mr. K. Jawahar
4. Student Vice-Chairperson Mr. S. Saravanamanickam
5. Student Secretary Mr. E. Thirumalai nambi
6. Student Treasurer Mr. K. Rajapandi





Indian Welding Society is a Professional Body devoted to welding in India. IWS is registered on 14th March 2002 under the Society’s Act with its headquarters at New Delhi. IWS is promoted by Welding Professionals from leading Fabrication Industries, Academic & Research Institutes and progressive minded Welding Consumable & Equipment Manufacturers. IWS has a federal structure with five Zones and Centres attached to each zone. IWS is governed by a National Governing Council elected by all members by a postal ballet system. IWS publishes a quarterly IWS JOURNAL, which is issued to its members. IWS is a founder member of Asian Welding Federation (AWF). IWS is partnering with Messe Dusseldorf India, Messe Essen, DVS (German Welding Society) in conducting International Trade Fairs and Seminars in Welding & Cutting, Thermal Spray etc. IWS is associating with IL&FS, IGNOU and other institutions for training grass root man power required for welding & fabrication industry. IWS is working with various academic institutions in conducting Degree & Diploma, Courses, Certification & Distance Learning Programs in welding.




PSREC IWS Office Bearers



Dr. R. Selvabharathi, Associate Professor/Mechanical


Faculty Coordinator

Mr. Y. Kumarasamy, Assistant Professor/Mechanical


Student Forum Chairperson

Mr. M. Sarathkumar


Student Forum Secretary

Mr.MD. Rishi Pandi


Student Forum Joint Secretary

Mr. B. Gopi


Student Forum Treasurer

Mr. C. Harimanikandaprabhu


Student Forum Joint Treasurer

Mr. B. Gopianath


Magazine In charge

Mr. R. Hilda Catherin

Mr. S. Gayathri