Mechetronics Backup

Introduction
Duration: 4 years
Mechatronics is an emerging field of engineering that integrates electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, control engineering and information technology. Mechatronics combines these areas of engineering to allow the design, development and application of smart devices in an integrated, cross-disciplinary manner. The Mechatronics concept establishes basic principles for a contemporary engineering design methodology. In this methodology, engineering products and processes have components that require manipulation and control of dynamic (moving) constructions to the required high degree of accuracy. Also, the design process requires integrating enabling technologies such as information technology and control engineering. The students are prepared for using their skills in computers, micro-controllers, programmable logic controllers, programming, industrial sensors, hydraulic, pneumatic & electric drives, design of mechanical structures & mechanisms and manufacturing processes.

THE DEGREE IN MECHATRONICS COMPRISES THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
Fundamentals of Engineering
Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics
Electronics/Electrical Engineering and Computer science
Business administration
Projects, managements and research methods
THE LABORATORIES THE STUDENTS ARE EXPOSED TO THE FOLLOWING FIELDS:
Automation laboratory
Electronics laboratory
Mechanical laboratory
Design and analysis laboratory
OPPORTUNITIES
The students after successful completion of UG Mechatronics course find wider career opportunities in the reputed institutes and industries as it is an interdisciplinary subject that integrates mechanical, Electronics and computer science and engineering. The graduates of Mechatronics finds good carrier growth in different industries like Aerospace, Biomedical, precision engineering, electronics, Automotives, Robotics, M/C tools, Power plants and Marine applications.

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