B.Tech in Robotics & Automation

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Course OfferedDuration (in Years)Eligibility
B.Tech In Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) With Specialization in Robotics & Automation4 Years12th standard pass with Physics, Maths, Chemistry/Computer Science with at least 60% marks.
B.Tech In Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) With Specialization in Robotics & Automation (Lateral Entry)3 Years (i) A 3 Years Diploma from an AICTE approved College or UGC recognised University in India with a minimum of 60% marks
(ii) A personal interview by the competent authority of the University
(iii) Credit transfer possible from other recognised University / College in 3rd / 5th semester with terms & conditions.

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

25% Industry Sponsorship on tuition fee for all admitted students in B.Tech In Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) With Specialization in Robotics & Automation.

Robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering and science that includes mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, information engineering, computer science, and others. Robotics deals with the design, construction, operation, and use of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. The Robotics and Automation Engineering sector is growing at a rapid pace and promises to be one of the next biggest fields due to the rapid growth in the manufacturing sector. These engineers are engaged in the design, construction, operation, and application of industrial robots, autonomous systems as well as new generation robots like drones, autonomous vehicles etc. The advanced curriculum structure of Robotics and Automation Engineering at The Neotia University is at par with the recent developments in advanced Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning, hands-on IOT, Computer Visions, Drone, Autonomous vehicles, and more. Hands-on based learning-Hardware development and mini-projects are delivered for each curriculum. Students learn how to develop Robots and solve real-time Industry problems. The curriculum structure is designed by Industry and Academic Experts. Internship and Industrial visit is part of the Curriculum.

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INTERNSHIP & ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Soumyadeep Bhadra inducted as an intern at Amazon Development Centre India, Noida
  • Seminar on Studying in France: Research and Career Opportunities
  • Sampreet Sarkar inducted to pursue his Master Degree in Control & Robotics at Ecole Centrale de Nantes
  • Students complete their Internship program from AKGEC KUKA, Uttar Pradesh
  • Students completes their Internship program from WABCO
  • TNU wins Most Emerging University in Robotics Education in AICRA India Stem Summit & Awards’ 2019

INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP

TNU has partnered with Phi Robotics Research Pvt. Ltd., a company based in Thane, Maharashtra, to help develop and deliver the course curriculum and laboratory facilities. Phi Robotics Research Pvt. Ltd. at its discretion will hire the students of TNU who meet the company’s recruiting criteria. Phi Robotics work to develop the most efficient, innovative and cost effective products for

the robotics needs of the world, ensuring customer satisfaction and safety. They are a team of experts in robotics, control systems, web technologies, computer vision, computer graphics, embedded systems, mechanical systems and distributed systems. They share a dream of creating a better world and improving lives through innovative technologies. Phi Robotics Research Pvt. Ltd. has already offered conditional employment to the first batch of students in TNU’s Robotics and Automation Programme.

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CAREER PROSPECTS

The opportunities are enormous in the field of Robotics and Automation Engineering in both government and private sectors. Robots are utilized in different fields such as military, nuclear power plants, agricultural, manufacturing, health-care, and more. A Professional with relevant degree in Robotic and Automation Engineering can choose to work in these industries as Robotics

Programmer, Robotics System Engineer, Robot Design Engineer, Automated Product Design Engineer, Robotics Test Engineer, Automation System Engineers, Project Managers, and more. The engineers can also opt for technician jobs in multinational automation companies. Robotics Engineers who have expertise in the field of automation can also become a scientist where they can use different use cases to design the robotics system and invent some new specifications for enhancement of automation. Graduates may also opt for higher studies (M. Tech / MS ) and subsequently pursue research work and Ph.D. in this domain. They can also become a Professor in top IITs, NITs, IIITs, Universities and renowned institutions where they can use their knowledge and expertise to educate the students about the advancements in automation. Some of the top recruiters in India are, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Precision Automation & Robotics India Ltd.

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Award & Recognitions

  • The Robotics and Automation Department received the Award – Outstanding Initiative of the Year in Robotics and Best Academic Innovative Curriculum (for Higher Education Category) under Centre, State or Private University providing Advance Technology Education from all India Council for Robotics and Automation, New Delhi in 2020.
  • Awarded Most Emerging University in Robotics Education under Center, State or Private University providing advance technology education by All India Council for Robotics and Automation, at IIT, Delhi in 2019.
  • Dr. Ankush Ghosh, HOD, Robotics awarded as Elite Academician by AICTE, DST, TI & IIMB in 2019.
  • The Department received the project- development of “Yantra-I” from MieRobot.
  • Student of this Department received best paper award in the International Conference on Computing, Power and Communication Technologies 2019.
  • Faculty members, research scholars and students of this Department have published a book chapter, three research papers in the Scopus indexed journals and three research papers IEEE conferences in the year 2019.
  • 4 projects selected in qualifying round: INTEL Higher Education Challenge, 2017 and received instruments ($400) from INTEL for developing prototypes.
  • 1 project selected in Semi-final round in India Innovation Challenge Design Contest (IICDC-2017), organized by DST, Govt. of India, TI and IIM, Bangalore. Selected under top 1106 project ideas from 965 engineering colleges across the nation and participation from 15,380 students.
  • Received instruments ($800) from Texas Instruments (TI) for developing prototypes.
  • Prof. Md. Kamaruzzaman, Faculty, Department of Robotics and Automation honoured as a Rosalind Member of London Journal Press.
  • Dr. Ankush Ghosh, HOD of Robotics and Automation Delivered keynote address at 2021 International Conference on Control, Automation and Intelligent Computing (CAIC2021), Beijing, China.
  • Patent, Journals and Book chapters published by the faculty members.
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Futuristic Innovation and Incubation Centre

  • Assigned projects are international level innovative projects.
  • Developed MARIA-a service cum security robot.
  • Developed a Drone for service and security application.
  • Development of PUSPAK –a driverless vehicle is under progress.

Our Faculty

Course Structure

  • Semester 1
  • Semester 2
  • Semester 3
  • Semester 4
  • Semester 5
  • Semester 6
  • Semester 7
  • Semester 8

1st year 1st Semester

Sl. No.

Paper Code

Paper Name

Periods per week

Credit Points

L

T

P

1

BS-PH/L/101

Engineering Physics-I

3

0

3

5

2

ES-CSE/L/101

Computer programming in C

3

0

3

5

3

BS-MA/L/101

Mathematics-I

3

0

0

3

4

ES-EE/L/101

Basic Electronics

3

0

3

5

5

HM-EN/L/101

English for Communication

3

0

0

3

6

HM-AP/L/101

Fundamental of Psychology

 

 

 

3

7

ES-ME/P/101

Engineering drawing (Solid works or any CAD)

1

0

3

2

TOTAL

 

16

0

12

26

28

1st year 2nd Semester

Sl. No.

Paper Code

Paper Name

Periods per week

Credit Points

L

T

P

1

BS-PH/L/201

Engineering Physics-II

3

0

3

5

2

BS-MA/L/201

Mathematics-II

3

0

0

3

3

ES-CSE/P/201

Advanced C Programing Lab

0

0

3

2

4

ES-EC/L/201

Analog and Digital electronics

3

0

3

5

5

SE-AP/L/201

Environmental Science

3

0

0

3

6

PC-RE/L/201

Introduction to Robotics

2

0

2

4

7

ES-ME/P/201

Manufacturing Process and Workshop Practice

2

0

2

4

TOTAL

 

16

0

13

26

2nd year 3rd Semester

Sl. No.

Paper Code

Paper Name

Periods per week

Credit Points

L

T

P

1

BS-PH/L/201

Engineering Physics-II

3

0

3

5

2

BS-MA/L/201

Mathematics-II

3

0

0

3

3

ES-CSE/P/201

Advanced C Programing Lab

0

0

3

2

4

ES-EC/L/201

Analog and Digital electronics

3

0

3

5

5

SE-AP/L/201

Environmental Science

3

0

0

3

6

PC-RE/L/201

Introduction to Robotics

2

0

2

4

7

ES-ME/P/201

Manufacturing Process and Workshop Practice

2

0

2

4

TOTAL

 

16

0

13

26

29

2nd year 4th Semester

Sl. No.

Paper Code

Paper Name

Periods per week

Credit Points

L

T

P

1

ES-MA/L/401

Numerical Method & Optimization Techniques

2

0

2

3

2

PC-RE/L/401

Embedded Systems

3

0

3

5

3

PC-RE/L/402

Artificial Intelligence

 

 

 

5

4

PC-RE/L/403

Digital Signal processing

3

0

3

5

5

ES-MA/L/402

Graph Theory

3

0

0

3

6

HM-EN/L/401

Basic English & Technical Writing

3

0

2

4

7

PW-RE/D/401

Mini Project

0

0

4

2

TOTAL

 

14

0

16

27

30

3rd year 5th Semester

Sl. No.

Paper Code

Paper Name

Periods per week

Credit Points

L

T

P

1

PC-RE/L/501

Inverse Kinematics

3

0

2

5

2

PC-CSE/L/501

Data Structure, Algorithm and Complexity

3

0

3

5

3

PC-RE/L/502

Control Systems

3

0

3

5

4

PC-RE/L/503

Computer vision

3

0

3

5

5

PC-RE/L/504

Real Time Operating Systems

3

0

3

5

6

SE-RE/E/501

Industrial Training

0

0

0

2

TOTAL

 

15

0

14

27

29

3rd year 6th Semester

Sl. No.

Paper Code

Paper Name

Periods per week

Credit Points

L

T

P

1

PC-RE/L/601

Machine Design

3

0

3

5

2

PC-RE/L/602

Machine learning

3

0

3

5

3

PC-CSE/L/501

Computer network

3

0

3

3

4

PC-RE/L/602

Internet of Things

3

0

3

5

5

HM-BBA /L/601

Economics for Engineers

3

0

0

3

6

PW-RE/D/601

Project-I /Robotics Contest

0

0

6

3

TOTAL

 

14

0

14

24

28

4th year 7th Semester

Sl. No.

Paper Code

Paper Name

Periods per week

Credit Points

L

T

P

1

PC-RE/L/701

Human Machine Interface

2

0

2

4

2

PC-RE/L/702

Motion Planning

3

0

3

5

3

PC-RE/L/703

Advance Machine learning

3

0

3

5

4

PE-RE/L/701

Departmental Elective

2

0

2

4

5

PW-RE/D/701

Project-IIA

0

0

6

3

 

SE-RE/E/701

Internship/ Training

0

0

0

3

TOTAL

 

10

0

22

24

32

4th year 8th Semester

Sl. No.

Paper Code

Paper Name

Periods per week

Credit Points

L

T

P

1

SE-RE/E/801

Project-IIB

0

0

18

9

2

HM-BBA /L/801

Industrial Administration and Management

3

0

0

3

3

PC-RE/L/801

Localization Techniques

3

0

3

5

3

PE-RE/L/801

Departmental Elective

3

0

3

5

TOTAL

 

6

0

21

22

27

NEP-20 Course Structure Applicable from 2023

  • 1st Year
  • 2nd Year
  • 3rd Year
  • 4th Year
SemesterType of CourseCourse TitleHours per WeekCreditsCumulative Minimum Credits required for Certificate / Diploma / Degree / Honours
LectureTutorialPractical
IMandatory CourseEngineering Mathematics – I 3003Certificate in Robotics and Automation Engineering
Mandatory CourseEngineering Physics3045
Mandatory CoursePrinciples of Robotics and its Applications3003
Mandatory CourseEngineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials3045
Minor Stream (Elective Paper 1)Programming for Problem Solving2044
Multidisciplinary (Elective Paper 2)GE – Paper2002
Ability Enhance Course (Comp 1)English Language & Personality Development1022
Value Added Course  Constitution of India-I1001
IIMandatory CourseEngineering Mathematics-II3003
Mandatory CourseBasic Electrical and Electronics Engineering3045
Mandatory CourseManufacturing and Workshop Practices0042
Mandatory CourseKinematics and Dynamics of Machine3003
Minor Stream (Elective Paper )Object Oriented Programming3045
Skill Enhancement Course (Comp 2)Engineering Drawing1043
Multidisciplinary (Elective Paper)GE – Paper2002
Ability Enhance Course (Comp 1)English Language & Personality Development1022
Value Added Course  Constitution of India-II1001
Grand Total3503251
SemesterType of CourseCourse TitleHours per WeekCreditsCumulative Minimum Credits required for Certificate / Diploma / Degree / Honours
LectureTutorialPractical
IIIMandatory CourseAnalogue and Digital Electronics3045Diploma in Robotics and Automation Engineering
Mandatory CourseEngineering Mathematics-III3003
Skill Enhancement Course (Comp 2)Arduino programming for Robotics1043
Minor Stream (Elective Paper 2)Data structure and Algorithm3045
Ability Enhance Course (Comp)English Language & Personality Development1022
Multidisciplinary (Elective Paper)GE – Paper2002
Value Added Course Introduction to Climate Change1001
Internship0042
IVMandatory CourseHydraulics  and Pneumatics Engineering3045
Mandatory CourseKinematics and Dynamics of Robotics3045
Mandatory CourseSignal Processing3045
Minor Stream (Elective Paper 1)Introduction to Machine Learning2044
Multidisciplinary (Elective Paper 2)GE – Paper2002
Ability Enhance Course (Comp 1)English Language & Personality Development1022
Value Added Course (Comp 3)Impact of Climate Change on Daily Life1001
Grand Total2903647
SemesterType of CourseCourse TitleHours per WeekCreditsCumulative Minimum Credits required for Certificate / Diploma / Degree / Honours
LectureTutorialPractical
VMandatory CourseModeling of Robotics1043Bachelor’s Degree in B.Tech of Robotics and Automation Engineering
Mandatory CourseMicroprocessor and Microcontroller3045
Mandatory CourseControl System3045
Minor Stream (Elective Paper )Introduction to AI2044
Multidisciplinary (Elective Paper 2)GE – Paper2002
Ability Enhance Course (Comp 1)English Language & Personality Development1022
Value Added Course (Comp 3)Gender Sensitization – I1001
Internal Internship0063
VIMandatory CourseMobile Robotics and Motion Planning3045
Mandatory CourseMechatronics System Design3045
Minor Stream (Elective Paper )Software Engineering with Project Management2002
Skill Enhancement Course (Comp 2)IoT for Automation2044
Multidisciplinary (Elective Paper 2)GE – Paper2002
Ability Enhance Course (Comp 1)English Language & Personality Development1022
Value Added Course (Comp)Gender Sensitization-II1001
Grand Total2703846
SemesterType of CourseCourse TitleHours per WeekCreditsCumulative Minimum Credits required for Certificate / Diploma / Degree / Honours
LectureTutorialPractical
VIIMandatory CourseDrone for Agricutural application2044Degree in Honors of Robotics and Automation Engineering
Mandatory CourseIndustrial Automation3003
Mandatory CourseRobotic Control Systems3045
Minor Stream (Elective Paper 1)Database Management System 3045
Internship0042
VIIIMandatory CourseAutonomous Robotics3003
Mandatory CourseCNC Technology3045
Minor Stream (Elective Paper )Computer Vision and Image Processing for Robotics2044
Research Project / DissertationProject III002412
AsessmentGrand Viva0063
Grand Total1905446

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