Department of Farm Machinery and Power Engineering is the oldest department of the College of Technology and Engineering Diapers. The Department is engaged in Teaching, Research and Extension Activities. Department offers under graduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes and equipped with modern computerized laboratories and highly qualified faculty. Department is also actively engaged in research and have number of sponsored research projects. Further more, department has liaison with industries like ASPEE, Mumbai, Tractor industries etc. and other organizations and depute M.Tech. and doctoral students for there project work. Department has a completely mechanized farm and students are trained to operate agricultural machinery on the farm under the supervision of the trained staff. Recently department is conducting research on bio-diesel and agronomics. Under the extension activities of the department field days are organized and demonstrations are conducted on the farmers’ field. The department is also engaged in organizing number of training programmes sponsored by DST on EDP

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The department is situated at about 100 m distance from the main college building and is having its own building with lush green outfield and soothing ambience. The infrastructure is hospitable and well suited for proficient learning & working. The faculty members and scholars share a healthy relationship enabling efficient and stress-free learning.

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Student Welfare Activities

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Campus Life

At college levels various hobby clubs are being organized as per facilities available provided the students take intere

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Placement Cell

The college has an Information and Placement Bureau(IPB), functioning since 2001. The IPB caters to the needs of

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About Udaipur

Udaipur is situated in the "Land of the Kings"- Rajasthan. At the bottom of the mountain range of Aravali

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