Qazi Junaid Ashraf
Assistant Professor
Block B, Ist Floor
In the Department of Mechanical engineering we train our students to be productive
members of the modern world society at large and specifically suited for research careers in
academia, industry and government research laboratories. We lay strong emphasis on class
learning coupled with innovative research in a variety of areas. The Mechanical
Engineering Program course curriculum is not only robust but rigorous as well. The courses
in the program provide a strong foundation in subjects such as engineering mathematics,
engineering thermodynamics, engineering mechanics, mechanical behaviour of engineering
materials, continuum mechanics, mechanical vibrations, machine design, compressible fluid
flow and control theory.
Our vision is to create Mechanical Engineering Department as an epitome of quality
standards in not only Mechanical Engineering but also in interdisciplinary fields. We are in
process of developing sophisticated labs for conducting research at the cutting edge of
technology to meet the current and future challenges of the society. We emphasize upon the
development of leadership qualities and innovative ideas among the students who will be our
future entrepreneurs and innovators in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
We invite you to explore our website to find out more about our graduate study program and
faculty research groups.

Qazi Junaid Ashraf