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B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering (Robotics)

 

Course highlights

From the “Chandrayaan-I” initiative aimed at deploying robots on the moon to applications in biomedical engineering and the automotive sector, robots are playing a pivotal role across diverse fields. In a nation driven by technology, the significance of robotics has expanded beyond industrial use to encompass various everyday human activities. Anticipate the transformative impact of robots as the next world-changing technology. Prepare to craft your robotic mastery – opt for a specialization in Robotics.

 

Career Opportunities

Students specializing or minoring in robotics can explore promising career paths in advanced manufacturing units adopting Industry 4.0 standards. Opportunities include roles as a Robot Engineer. Given the multidisciplinary nature of robotics, additional avenues open up in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Electronics.

 

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B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering (Automotive Design)

 

Course highlights

The automotive industry consistently seeks individuals with profound multidisciplinary expertise and a creative mindset to positively apply their knowledge. In today’s context, the future of automotive vehicles lies in electrical and hybrid technologies. Moreover, the rise of predictive vehicle technology, fuel-efficient transportation, and self-driving capabilities represents sectors where emerging technologies present abundant opportunities. To delve into the intricacies of the automotive realm, specializing in Automotive Design is imperative.

 

Career Opportunities

Students specializing or minoring in Automotive Design can explore promising career paths in core sectors such as the automobile industry, including renowned companies like TATA, Hero, TVS, Hyundai, Volvo, and more. Those intrigued by the role of an Automotive Design engineer can find fulfilling career opportunities. As the automotive landscape transitions towards electric vehicles, the establishment of manufacturing plants in India by industry giants like Ola, Tesla, and Kia creates numerous openings. Additionally, students with an interest in software can pursue diverse career opportunities in this dynamic field.

 

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B.Tech. – Mechanical Engineering

About the Programme

The undergraduate programme in Mechanical Engineering has a strong focus over the design of mechanical systems and hands-on experience. The programme includes in-depth study of thermal, design, manufacturing and automation courses at core curriculum level to design the systems relevant for industries.

In addition to the theoretical and laboratory based curriculum, students have to complete engineering clinics courses and a capstone project. The students have to complete a co-op in the industry for one semester. This degree programme provides a strong foundation in mechanical engineering discipline, development of critical thinking and problem solving skills. Besides the technical skills, the academic programmes also sharpen communication, writing and problem solving skills.

The department has state of the art facilities in the Thermal Engineering Systems Laboratory, Fluid Lab, Materials Engineering Lab, Manufacturing Process Lab, Workshop, Computational Fluid Dynamics Lab, Strength of Materials Lab, Engines Lab, Robotic Laboratory, Heat Transfer Laboratory.

 
Career prospects

The undergraduate mechanical engineers have a huge employment opportunities in the automobile, manufacturing, instrumentation and mechanical engineering design oriented industries.