Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra

B.Tech Mechanical Engineering Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra

Also known as: BIT Mesra

Quick Facts

Total Fees
9.54 Lakhs
Approval
AICTE
Seats
90

Fees Details

General:
9.54 Lakhs

Hostel Seat Rent*, Electricity and Transport etc: 27000/-

Disclaimer: Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years
  • Accreditation: NBA
  • Offered by: Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Mechanical Engineering is a four-year full-time undergraduate program recognized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and offered by the Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra.

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Admission Process

(i) Indian students - Based on AIR in JEE-Main through CSAB (Central Seat Allocation Board) / JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) (ii) NRI/PIO/ SFFS – Based on marks obtained by the candidates in Class 12 / equivalent qualifying examination

Eligibility Criteria

Only those candidates whose date of birth falls on or after 1 October 1992 are eligible for admission. However, in the case of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Persons with Disability (PwD) candidates, upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years, i.e. SC, ST and Persons with Disability (PwD) candidates who were born on or after 1 October 1987 are eligible for admission. Date of Birth as recorded in the Secondary Education Board (Class X, High School) certificate only will be taken as authentic.

Candidate must have passed in the final examination of 10+2 (Class XII), or its equivalent, referred to as the qualifying examination.

Subject combinations required in the qualifying examination and percentage of marks in 10+2 (Class XII), or its equivalent will be same as per the CSAB 2017 / JoSAA 2017 and will be notified at later stage (please refer CSAB 2017 / JoSAA 2017.

Student Reviews

A better place to learn and have exposure.

Posted on 21 Dec' 17 by Shailesh Sinha
Batch of 2020 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
It has been a great experience for last two years in the college. Initially in the first year it was quite tiresome going to the college and coming back to hostel....and then again going back for the classes. But the examination time has been a great time,studying the night before the exam... But yes as the days passed things became quite good and then intresting. A great place to pursue one's graduation.
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It was awesome with less support of administration.

Posted on 02 Feb' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
I have a good review as well as bad for my college life I participate in many technical events like pantheon,kshitiz etc. Also I organised many cultural festival like bitotsav as well as technical events like JSEF.In my college life I also lead a NGO dristi in bit MESRA campus in this NGO we organised and structured the system of NGO in MESRA system.This NGO is based on basically technical and social integration of nearby rural villages.But college administration didn't support us never.We face a lot of difficulties to run a NGO with our campus students without help of administration.i didn't have more pointer but I know how to communicate and lead a team.I have 2 backlogs in my college life.one in heat and mass transfer and another one in manufacturing process.but I cleared that back paper with 9 pointer .System of our college wrong at many places like difficulties to recheck copies of examination. Student suffer to walk around examination department again and again for copy check.My college have many labs some labs are excellent some are little old our department every year bought new equipments.so totally I have good as well as non supportive behaviour of administration of bit MESRA.
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Lush green campus, harsh climate, great students

Apratim Chatterjee
Posted on 01 Feb' 17 by Apratim Chatterjee
Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
The hostels are pretty good but they definitely need modernization, there is also a dire need to develop the equipment available for research and the class room facilities. The department of mechanical engineering is fine but you need to work on varied projects if you have to make the most out of the college.
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A College held back by the Incompetent Management

Posted on 29 Jan' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
BIT Mesra has one of the best campus in India. Being one of the largest campus by area, it has the potential of being a outstanding place for learning. The faculty is generally very helpful, and well versed in their area of expertise. Our fests and events are top notch and stand well upto the standards set by various IITs. But where our college fails, is the management. The beauracratic nonsense and the general laziness of the clerks, deans and coordinators on any kind of student related matter is frustrating to the core.
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Every BIT crazy

Dinesh
Posted on 29 Jan' 17 by Dinesh
Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
->Please keep in mind my ratings were only of the Mechanical Department/faculty. I've found most other departments to have impressive teaching faculty and approach to teaching. ->The reason anyone in my batch joined this college for a degree in mechanical was the fame surrounding the name of this college, but since long it has been dying due to the lack luster faculty being employed. Any college tends to have experienced and renowned faculty teaching the senior year students, but here we have freshers who , forget teaching, do not have even knowledge about the subject which is outright pathetic. -> Yes, most colleges these days have a lack of good teaching staff, yes we all struggle on our own to grasp the subject, even that is alright, but what do I say about those cases where we have doubts to be answered? not everything can be googled ,not everyone has the patience to too.(thankfully google is seeing me through to graduation though) So what happens when faculty sucks and someone will not pursue the library (the library is pretty decent, but even here the staff sucks) nor google?, he loses interest . Whatever dreams of building cars, aeroplanes, buildings, what not will all die down over time. Some may argue that this death of interest here is what leads some students to deviate and fall prey to negative companionship. -> Yes , the administration...God. I don't know where to begin and where to end. It's as disastrous as it gets. Death of student welfare, unreasonable restrictions all in the name of safety, indifferent attitude to student interests. I can go on and on, but today I actually realize this is common in many places in India, guess our movies didn't paint the right impression on us afterall. -> Forget the people running the college and the ones teaching. The rest of the people on campus are amazing. There are people ranging from Google/Tata interns to backlog babas from innumerable disciplines, and everyone has contributed to my life in inexplicable ways. Smartness, wit, humor , talent , determined, BIT has every bit of a dynamic student crowd under the sun so much so that even after all the disastrous way its being run , its name always echoes amongst the best in the country. RIsing fees every year does not deter talent from coming here. This speaks for itself. ->But then the college wants to make money. Yes, intake through JEE but a private institution right, so double digit fee figures. This is being increased with every passing batch and being cashed well with an increase in intake every year. This is not being matched by the placement department and practically too, difficult . 50% placement in core is the best case for Mechanical/chemical/electrical branches. CS/IT/ECE students (above average ones) though have absolutely no dearth for employment opportunities with almost every student getting two offers , many make it through GATE,GRE,GMAT,CAT too. The college name really counts . ->Few branches (chemical/polymer/prod etc) are very dynamic, and have very good links with industry and have something to offer for their students beyond their classrooms. -> Innumerable clubs and societies which can be found on the college website actually are very good, every student sweats out to make it count in there and learn to be the best, more can be found via their respective fb pages. Every student who has been affiliated with clubs actively has been placed with ease. Sometimes club activity becomes a very deciding factor, thus realize this is serious business and BIT has extremely good tech and non tech clubs, sadly though plagued by the admins (yet surviving, so still thanks to them) -> boys hostel, first year , lucky-sharing, not lucky-single, second year on single rooms. Girls always sharing. Ugly hostels, most people hate mess food. I say survivable. To be called an engineer, I understand this is a traditional struggle everywhere. ->I've worked with numerous clubs and thus had the chance to meet some of the best brains around, mind you, not only the high CGPA ones but , the best of dancers, photographers , musicians, dramatists, poets, and innovators . We've seen crazy things like the topper going without placement and a guy with 11 backs getting placed proving again that pointer isn't necessarily everything (trust me luck counts a lot in college ;) ). The college fests are overrated but are still good and impart the necessary fun to both the organizers(students) and the general crowd. There are highs and lows , if you can afford the fee, have the patience to withstand a repressive sort of administration, and are unaltered by quality of faculty (who knows , the situation might change the day I leave here), this place isn't really that bad. The college name helps you in your pursuits off campus , though sometimes the location becomes a hurdle. Placement for above average hard working, balanced students in circuital is pretty easy with a median salary of >8LPA, non-circuital is harder (Civil/biotech are pretty bleak) and median is around 4-4.5Lpa which might be improved if the bundle of BIT's wide alumni be tapped efficiently.There is always something to learn and enjoy, there are also tons of places to chill around the campus.
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