Program Details

The B. Tech Mechatronics Engineering course is centred on mechanics, electronics, computing, control engineering, molecular engineering (from nanochemistry and biology) and optical engineering which, combined, makes generation of simpler, more economical, reliable and versatile systems possible. Its application areas range from power systems to transportation to optical telecommunications to biomedical engineering.

B.Tech in Mechatronics programme will strengthen the students with the skills that will allow them to design, construct and run factory production lines and automated processes.

There is a lot of scope for Mechatronics Engineering as it incorporates the ideas of electronics and mechanical engineering into one entity. It is an emerging field and presents flexible opportunities with diverse engineering backgrounds.

Students will also be taught the nuances of quality engineering, automatic product development, manufacturing processes which have become the key factors in successful execution of products in the industrial environment. Overall the course is structured in such a way that will give a well-rounded knowledge and practical training to the student on which he can build further and become a valuable contributor in the professional world.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

SEMESTER I SEMESTER II
Applied Mathematics I Applied Mathematics II
Applied Physics Applied Chemistry
Applied Thermodynamics Engineering Drawing
Computer Programming 1 Material Science and Manufacturing Technology
Basics of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Basic Mechatronics Measurement and Instruments
IDSC – I Workshop Practice(Lab)
Environmental Studies IDSC-2(life coping Skill)
Internship
SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV
Applied Mathematics III Control Engineering
Analog and Digital Electronics Computer-Aided Design
Advance Mechatronics Measurement and Instruments Strength of Materials
Engineering Mechanics Microcontrollers and  Applications
Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer  Communication Systems
Computer Programming 2  Power Electronics and Drives
IDSC-3(life coping skill) IDSC-4(life coping skill)
Internship
SEMESTER V SEMESTER VI
Robotics Engineering Industrial Automation
Communication Network and WSN Internet Of Things
Bio-Medical Engineering Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Digital Signal Processing Dynamics of Machinery
Theory of Mechanism Hybrid and Electric Vehicle
Elective-I
1. Additive Manufacturing- 3D Printing
2. Automotive Electronics
3. Renewable Energy Systems
Elective-II
1. Building Automation
2. Digital Image Processing
3. Finite Element Analysis
IDSC-5(life coping skill) IDSC-6(life coping skill)
Disaster Management Internship
SEMESTER VII SEMESTER VIII
Internship Product Design and Development
Seminar Reliability Engineering & TQM
Elective-III
1. Autonomous Robots
2. Industry 4.0
3. Entrepreneurship Development
Project
NPTL/MOOC Certification Course
IDSC-7 [Life Coping Skills]

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