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B.Tech in Mechatronics Engineering

COURSE OFFERED DURATION (IN YEARS) ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
B.Tech in Mechatronics Engineering 4 12th standard pass with Physics, Maths, Chemistry / Computer Science with at least 60% marks.

B.Tech & M.Tech in Mechatronics Engineering

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 Disclaimer: TNU reserves the right for relaxation in admission criteria for the most deserving candidates.

MechatronicsEngineering, also known as Mechatronics, is a multidisciplinary branch of engineering that focuses on the engineering of both electrical and mechanical systems, and includes a combination of robotics, electronics, computer, telecommunications, systems, control, and product engineering. 

Professionals with Mechatronics engineering technology skills are highly valued by today's rapidly innovating companies, and salaries reflect that fact. Mechatronics engineers can do quite a bit across multiple engineering disciplines and have a solid base from which to grow. Mechatronics specialists know both mechanical and electrical engineering fundamentals—they speak both languages—so a mechatronics specialist can work with both mechanical and electrical engineering teams. Mechatronics engineers design, develop, maintain and manage high-technology engineering systems for the automation of industrial tasks. Engineers can apply Mechatronics or automated solutions to the transfer of material, components or finished goods and apply advanced electronic control systems, which are usually computer-driven. 

COURSE STRUCTURE

1st Semester

Sl No

Type of Course

Course Code

Course title

Hours per week

Credits

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

1

Basic Science Course

BSC-101

Mathematics I

3

0

0

3

2

Basic Science Course

BSC-102

Physics

3

0

4

5

3

Engineering Science Course

ESC-101

Programming for Problem Solving

3

0

4

5

4

Engineering Science Course

ESC-102

Engineering Graphics & Design

1

0

4

3

5

Engineering Science Course

ESC-103

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

3

0

4

5

6

Humanities and Social Sciences including Management Course

HSM-101

English

3

0

0

3

     

No. of hours

16

0

16

 

32 hours    Total Credits

24


2nd Semester

Sl No

Type of Course

Course Code

Course title

Hours per week

Credits

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

1

Basic Science Course

BSC-201

Mathematics II

3

0

0

3

2

Mandatory Course

 

Environmental Studies 

3

0

0

3

3

Humanities and Social Sciences including Management

HSMC-201

English Communication & Organizational Behaviour

3

0

0

3

4

Engineering Science Course

ESC-203

Manufacturing Process and Workshop Practice

0

0

4

2

5

Engineering Science Course

ESC-204

Engineering Mechanics & Strength of Material

3

0

4

5

6

Open Elective

 

Open Elective

3

0

0

3

     

No. of hours

15

0

8

 

23 hours              Total Credits

19


3nd Semester

Sl No

Type of Course

Course Code

Course title

Hours per week

Credits

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

1

Engineering Science Course

ESC-301

Linear Algebra

3

1

0

4

2

Humanities and Social Sciences including Management

HSMC-301

Communicative English

3

0

4

5

3

Professional Core Courses

PCC- ME 302

Electronics Devices & Circuits 

3

0

4

5

4

Professional Elective Course

PEC-301

Science of Living System

3

0

0

3

5

Professional Core Courses

PEC-302

Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power 

3

0

4

5

6

Open Elective

 

Open Elective

3

0

0

3

     

No. of hours

18

1

12

  

31 Hours                                         Total Credits

25


4nd Semester

Sl No

Type of Course

Course Code

Course title

Hours per week

Credits

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

1

Engineering Science Course

ESC-401

Numerical Methods and Optimization Technique

2

0

4

4

2

Professional Core Course

PCC--401

Introduction to Solid Mechanics

3

0

0

3

3

Professional Core Course

PCC--402

Instrumentation & Control

3

0

4

5

4

Professional Core Courses

PCC-  -403

Digital Electronics

3

0

4

5

5

Professional Core Courses

PCC-  -404

Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines

3

0

0

3

6

Professional Elective Course

PEC-401

Object Oriented Programming

3

0

4

5

     

No. of hours

17

0

16

 

33 Hours                                          Total Credits

25


5nd Semester

Sl No

Type of Course

Course Code

Course title

Hours per week

Credits

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

1

Professional Core Courses

PCC- 501

Modelling and Simulation in Instrumentation

3

0

4

5

2

Professional Core Courses

PCC-CS 502

Microprocessor & Microcontroller

3

0

4

5

3

Professional Elective Course

PEC-501

Digital Signal Processing

3

0

4

5

4

Professional Core Courses

PCC- 503

Programmable Logic Controller

3

0

4

5

5

Professional Core Courses

PCC- 504

Sensors and Actuators

  3

0

0

3

6

Humanities and Social Sciences including Management

MC-501

Values and Ethics in Profession

2

0

0

2

7

Project

PROJ-501

Mini Project - I

0

0

2

1

     

No. of hours

17

0

18

 

35 hours                                          Total Credits

26

6nd Semester

Sl No

Type of Course

Course Code

Course title

Hours per week

Credits

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

1

Professional core Courses

PCC-601

Power Electronics

3

0

4

5

2

Professional Core Course

PCC-602

Design of Mechatronic Systems

3

1

0

4

3

Professional Elective Courses

PEC-601

Industrial Automation

3

0

4

5

4

Professional core Courses

PCC-603

Integrated Circuits & Application 

3

0

4

5

5

Humanities and Social Sciences including Management

OEC

Economics for Engineers

3

0

0

3

6

Project

PROJ-601

Mini Project -II

0

0

2

     

No. of hours

15

1

16

 

32 Hours                                          Total Credits

24

7nd Semester

Sl No

Type of Course

Course Code

Course title

Hours per week

Credits

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

1

Professional Elective Course

PEC-701

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

3

0

4

5

2

Professional Core Courses

PCC-701

Fluid Power Systems and Control

3

1

0

4

3

Professional Elective Course

PEC-702

Communications, Networks Human Machine Interface

3

0

0

3

4

Professional Elective Course

PEC-703

Intelligent Robots and Autonomous System

3

0

4

5

5

Professional Elective Courses

PEC-704

Departmental Elective – I

3

0

0

3

6

Project

PROJ-CS 70

Project –Part I

-

-

6

3

7

   

Industrial Training

0

0

0

3

     

No. of hours

15

1

14

 

30 Hours                                          Total Credits

26

8nd Semester

Sl No

Type of Course

Course Code

Course title

Hours per week

Credits

Lecture

Tutorial

Practical

1

Humanities and Social Sciences including Management

HSMC-801

Industrial Administration and Management

3

0

0

3

2

Professional Core Course

PCC- 801

MEMS Design and Fabrication

3

1

0

4

3

Professional Core Course

PCC- 802

Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing 

3

0

4

5

4

Professional Elective Courses

PEC-801

Departmental Elective –II 

3

0

0

3

5

Project

PROJ-CS 80

Project- Part II

0

0

12

6

7

Grand Viva

 

Grand Viva

0

0

0

3

     

Total Hours

12

1

16

 

29 Hours                                        Total Credits

24

FACULTY MEMBERS

Dr. Debasis Das, Assistant Professor

Dr. Das has 15 years of teaching experience and an overall research experience of 5 years. He holds a PhD in Engineering with research expertise in material selection in mechanical design, decision making and soft computing in engineering design, Design optimization. He has 3 research publications in Peer Reviewed International Journal and 3 National and International Conference Papers to his credit.

Mr. Debasish Ghosh, Teaching Associate

Mr. Ghosh has 6 years of teaching and 6 years of research experience. He did his MTech in Production Engineering and has an overall 6 years of research experience in the area of Non-Traditional Machining. He has an International Publication and has attended 3 International Conferences.

 

EXPERT COMMITTEE

Prof. Ajit Chattopadhay

Professor of IIEST

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

B.Tech degree in Mechatronics can lead to management positions, including project management and workplaces range from laboratories and processing plants to engineering design offices. Mechatronics specialists have the prospects to work in the fields of cyber security, telecommunications, computer science, automotive engineering, robotics, artificial intelligence, and consumer products and packaging. They can have the following job titles like Automotive Engineer, Control System Engineer, Data Logging Engineer, Instrumentation Engineer, Project Engineer, Software Engineer, Systems Engineer and Service Engineer. Industries that can employ Mechatronics engineers are Robotics, Automobile industry, Medicine and surgery, Agriculture, Entertainment industry, Biomechanical engineering and many more. The top probable recruiters in India are Siemens, Bosch-Rexroth, Philips, Mercedes-Benz Research and Development, Amazon, Ericsson. Students can also pursue higher studies and research in IITs, IIEST, CMRI, ISRO, DRDO.

 

 

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