The Society of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Students (SOMAES) (previously Society of Mechanical Engineering Students (SOMES)) is the official students’ body of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Pulchowk Campus. Established in 2007 AD, SOMAES has been undertaking the responsibility of bringing out the innovator, the manager, the teacher and the craftsman inside every student by organizing and involving the students in various events, trainings, workshops and seminars as well as being the bridge between students, the administration and our alumni.
SOMAES Hub is a project that is initiated for providing reading resources to mechanical students under IOE. We have made it easier for you by creating a SOMAES hub which consist of all the requirement.
Here, you can find the list of Article and other materials written and collected by students. Extra resources that may be helpful to friends or juniors. You can contact MeroSpace Committee Members to supply those resources.
MESSAGE FROM DEAN
I feel great pride in witnessing the transition of SOMAES from mobilizing students from the department itself in its earlier days to bringing together students and professionals of related engineering fields from across the country. The prestigious student body of the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical engineering conducts a range of activities to better the sharing and mobilization of knowledge and information; and its flagship event- MechTRIX has now finally arrived.
MechTRIX, the national mechanical exhibition, is primarily a platform for students from high school to undergraduate level to showcase their creativity in STEM. Moreover, in its twelfth iteration, MechTRIX 2022 is providing an insight into the market outside academia. This time around, the spotlight will not only be on the students but also on entrepreneurs striving to make a mark.
I praise the students for the hard work they have put in for months to bring these events to life. Our previous endeavors have been graced by notable personalities in the field as well as the general public; numbering in the thousands. I hope with all my heart that all the individuals involved in this new venture receive similar support throughout. I would also like to encourage all the participants to use their new found experience to forge new paths in the future ahead. I wish them success in all their endeavors and wish them best of luck.
PROF. DR. SHASHIDHAR RAM JOSHI
FORMER DEAN, INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING