Department of Tool & Die Engineering

Department of Tool & Die Engineering

Tool and Die making is the mother of all Manufacturing Technology and one of the mostprominent and promising course involves the highest degree of skill and accuracy. A three-year diploma is a crucial component in a one year in-plant training programme, would be able to work without the supervision of an engineer. It demands a deep insight in to the manufacturing of Jigs, fixtures, all type of press tools, moulds for plastics, die- casting dies and forging die for engineering, tool rooms , air craft ,electrical, electronics, automobile industries and house hold articles etc. The programme is designed for students who have an interest in mechanical engineering, and especially those who like to make a career in Tool and Die Making stream.

The Department of Tool and Die Engineering was established in the year 2018. The department offers diploma program with an intake of 60 students. To update with the recent trends and developments in the field of Tool and Die Engineering, the department takes up the initiative to conduct various seminars, add on courses and workshops, with experts from reputed institutions and industries.

The students are also provided skill development courses like CNC MILLING,CNC TURNING ,3D PRINTING,MASTER CAM etc to bridge the gap between academics and industry.

Our Vision

To become a premium department producing globally competent professional Tool and Die makers with entrepreneurial and social skills.

Our Mission

To provide best in class education and training through industry focused Programs.
To encourage socially relevant skill development Programmes for improving Entrepreneurship and employability skills.
To offer training to students in newly emerging technologies in the field of tool and die making.


PSO1: Students will be able to prepare Tool drawings with tolerance and produce die & Mold part by operating conventional / Nonconventional machine tools.

PSO2: Students will be able to design and fabricate Press Tools, Plastic Molds, and Jigs & Fixtures for customized requirement.

PSO3: Students will be able to apply the attained theoretical and practical knowledge to solve the Industrial and societal problems in the broad areas of Tool and Die making and industrial Engineering


PEO1: The students will be able to build strong fundamental knowledge in basic science and core competency in Production Engineering, Tool Design and Drawing, Mould and Die Technology, Industrial Engineering and Management with the use of various conventional and modern automated Machine Tools by adopting updated technologies and environmental norms.

PEO 2: The students will be able to acquire efficient Leadership skills, with effective communication, interpersonal skills, analytical and core skills for their overall personality and career development.

PEO 3: The students will be able to follow and practice ethical and professional responsibilities towards the modern development of society and nation.

 Program Outcomes (Pos)

PO1: Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.
PO2: Problem analysis: Identify and analyze well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.
PO3: Design/ development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.
PO4: Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements
PO5: Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
PO6: Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.
PO7: Life-long learning: Ability to analyze individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.

Faculty Members

Sl.No Name Designation
1. Mr.Rethish Balakrishnan HOD
2. Mr.Abhijith S LECTURER
3. Mr.Jinesh P J LECTURER
4. Mr. Nivin Joseph Vins LECTURER
5. Mr.Shano P Raj LECTURER
6. Mr.Jithin Varghese LECTURER
7. Mr.Anandu S LECTURER

Curriculum and Syllabus

2021 scheme
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2015 scheme
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Sl.No Academic Year Name of the Event Date No. of Beneficiaries
1. CAY (2022-23) Orientation Program- “I can, I will 27/10/2022 29
2. CAY (2022-23) Workshop on mould Maintenance 14/03/2023 27
3. CAY (2022-23) Guest Lecture on Limits ,Fits and Tolerance 18/03/2023 115
4. CAY (2022-23) Webinar- Role of Tool makers in production Industry 22/03/2023 59
5. CAY (2022-23) Industrial Visit –Kerltrac Aroor, Alappuzha 17/03/2023 52
6. CAY (2022-23) Industrial Visit- HMT Ltd. Ernakulam 25/02/2023 26
7. CAY (2021-22) Invited Talk On Industry 4.0 20/09/2021 49
8. CAY (2021-22) Guest Lecture Role Of Physics In Engineering & Technology 09/10/2021 53
9. CAY (2021-22) Industrial Visit- HMT Ltd. Ernakulam 18/06/2022 56
10. CAY (2021-22) Industrial Visit- Keltrac aroor 08/04/2022 48
11. CAY (2021-22) Workshop On Engineering Drawing Practices For Technocrats 15/01/2022 56
12. CAY (2021-22) Webinar On Product DesignAnd Manufacturing 16/02/2022 58
13. CAY (2021-22) Work Shop On Influence Of YogaPractice On Health Andfitness 01/03/2022 56
14. CAY (2021-22) Webinar on Product development 27/11/2020 58
15. CAY (2021-22) One day workshop- Servicing and Maintenance of Machines 21/02/2022 52
16. CAY (2021-22) Project Expo Tool and die projects 22/10/2021 56
17. CAY (2021-22) Association function for first year students 04/10/2021 109
18. CAY (2021-22) CARROXO 2k11, Farewell to Seniors 12/10/2021 118
18. CAY (2021-22) Christmas Star making 23/12/2021 40
18. CAY (2021-22) Carol Competition 23/12/2021
18. CAY (2020-21) Workshop On PressTool Calculation 24/02/2021
18. CAY (2020-21) Webinar On Industrial Safety 27/02/2021 55
18. CAY (2020-21) Webinar –Design For Assembly And Manufacturing 13/03/2021 31
18. CAY (2020-21) Webinar- 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing 16/06/2021 58

As per the details already given for SAR/NBA (2019 – 2023, academic year wise)

Mr.Rethish Balakrishnan



Kangazha, Kottayam