• The Department of Mechanical Engineering is intended to provide education and research to produce employable engineers.
  • The department consist of a team of 16 dedicated faculty members under the guidance of Dr. George Sleeba, HOD who has more than three decades of industrial experience.
  • The Department has entered into MoU with various industrial bodies with the aim to promote the professional and academic interactions and hence to effectively share the facilities and expertise for improving the capabilities for advanced education and research in engineering and technology.


MoU with industrial bodies

  1. ‘Alumni Society of Association for Overseas Technical Scholarships’, Tokyo (shortly known as ASA- Kerala)
  • An MoU between AISAT and ASA- Kerala was signed on 14th March 2014 at their office at Nippon Kerala Centre, Kalamassery in the presence of the Japanese Amabassador to India, His Excellency Mr. Takeshi YAGI who was the chief guest for the programme.
  • The objective is to work together towards the upliftment of engineering education and practice.
  1. Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering (IIIE) Kerala chapter
  • AISAT signed an MoU with IIIE Kerala chapter at Renai Kochi on 3rd September 2014 in the presence of Shri. Jaiveer Srivastava, CMD, FACT.
  • The objective is to work together in disseminating, fostering, developing and advancing the discipline and profession of Industrial Engineering in our country.
  1. Indian Institute of Welding (IIW) Cochin Chapter
  • An MoU was signed and exchanged between Jose P Philip (Chairman, IIW, Cochin) and Rev. Dr. Clement Valluvassaery (Manager, AISAT) on 10th December 2014 at The Mercy Luxury Business Hotel, Ravipuram.
  • The objective is to work together for the promotion and advancement of welding science and technology in India.


Technical Expo and Project Competitions

  1. IRON FIST-2K15

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  • The Mechanical Engineering Department of AISAT organised IRON FIST-2K15, a visual extravaganza for the automobile aficionados all over Kerala, on 27th March 2015.
  • The event showcased an array of exhibitions and contests that had excellent participation from colleges all over Kerala.
  • AUTO SHOW, AUTO PARTS EXHIBITION and COMPETITIONS were launched by Sri Jamal Manakkadan (Municipal Chairman), Mr. John K Paul (Director, Popular Motors Pvt. Ltd) and Mr. Vinod Kumar (MVI, Kerala Motor Vehicles Department) respectively.
  • A large number of competitions were organised for the huge crowd of visitors such as Designo, Auto wizard, Pit stop, Kickering, Fix it up and Graffiti.



  • Albertian Institute of Science & Technology (AISAT), Kalamassery and ASA Kerala jointly organised GIJUTSU-15, a project competition for engineering students on 26th June 2015 at AISAT- Technical Campus, Kalamassery.
  • GIJUTSU-15 aimed to promote the innovative ideas and ventures of students in the field of engineering.
  • 15 Teams of students selected from colleges all across Kerala participated in the Event and projects in various engineering disciplines were presented.
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Project Works by Students

Hybrid Turbocharger

  • A hybrid turbocharger is an electric turbocharger consisting of a high speed turbine-generator and a high speed electric air compressor.
  • The objective of the project is to improve an engine’s volumetric efficiency by increasing density of the intake gas allowing more power per engine cycle.

E-Waste Shredder

  • Electric and electronic scrap (e-scrap) contains valuable raw materials.
  • The objective of the project is to develop an E-Waste Shredder that is able to recover these materials by reliably shredding and separating them

Surround Monitor Anti-Collision Assist

  • The objective of the project is to develop a control system that helps to prevent or reduce the severity of collision in automobiles.



  • Kerala Agro Machinery Corporation Limited
  • Carborundum Universal Ltd


  • Kerala Agro Machinery Corporation Limited


  • Kunjali Marakkar School Of Marine Engineering, CUSAT
  • Brahmapuram Powerplant
  • Travancore Cochin Chemicals Ltd

10 Day Industrial Training details of ME Students            

Batch 1 – (2012 – 2016)

  1. HMT, Kalamassery
  2. Apollo Tyres, Kalamassery
  3. FACT, Elloor
  4. KAMCO, Athani
  5. Keltron, Aroor
  6. Cochin Shipyard Ltd, Thevara

Batch 2 – (2013 – 2017)

  1. MGF Hyundai, Aluva
  2. The Travancore Cochin Chemicals Ltd, Udyogamandal
  3. FACT, Udyogamandal
  4. Cochin Shipyard Ltd, Thevara
  5. Hindustan Newsprint Ltd, Velloor
  6. K Steels and Casting Ltd, Calicut
  7. Apollo Tyres Ltd, Chalakudy
  8. Apollo Tyres Ltd, Kalamassery
  9. VOLVO, Vista Driveline Motors, Alapuzha
  10. KSRTC Regional Workshop, Aluva
  11. TRAGS Workshop, Doha, Qatar




  • Workshop on Pump
  • Workshop on Automobile Mechanics and IC Engine Design


Date Guest Topic of Lecture
10th Jul 2013 Mr. Sabin Mathew Introductory lecture on CAD-CAM
7th Jan 2014 Mr. Nallin R Pillai Talk on Energy Conservation
5th Feb 2014 Dr. Martin Juen and

Ms. Marita Schelling

A Presentation on ‘Glaciers’
14th Feb 2014 Mr Tony Mathew, GAIL Natural Gas – Fuel of the 21st Century
1st Oct 2014 Mr. V Muralidharan Talk on Welding Technology: Industrial Developments
10th Dec 2014 Mr. Robert E Shaw Jr. (AWS) Construction of Steel Structures
3rd Jul 2015 Mr. P J Varghese and

Mr. P Govindankutty

IIW Seminar Session
29th Jul 2015 Mr. Krishna Kumar & Team, CADD centre A Presentation on Design & Analysis Software
19th Aug 2015 Mr. Anu Paul & Team, Tritech Design Softwares