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Mechatronics Engineering Degree: B.Tech. In Mechatronics Engineering
APIIT SD INDIA is the only college under Kurukshetra University offering Mechatronics Engineering. B.Tech Mechatronics engineering degree programme is about the moving parts that drive robots, electronics and machines. Consider what you use on a daily basis and how many moving parts are involved. Those parts have all been created by mechatronic engineers, and they ensure that our world keeps moving. Mechatronics engineering is the science of combining mechanical engineering with electronic engineering.
In this four year mechatronics engineering degree course you will focus primarily on aspects of developing novel products based on mechatronic principles. You will learn about electronic and mechanical systems, process control and instrumentation, and robotics and automated manufacturing.
Mechatronics engineering is the study of the interface between mechanical engineering and electronics. It is a broad area which embraces mechanical engineering, manufacture, electronics and computer technology.
People working in this area need a range of skills to apply solutions to problems which arise in a typical industrial environment. The person having a Mechatronics engineering degree must be a flexible team-worker, able to trouble shoot, solve problems and keep in touch with current developments.
Many of today's consumer products incorporate mechanical devices which are controlled by microelectronic systems. The modern motor car includes an engine management system, anti-lock braking and ignition, all of which require a microcomputer to be interfaced with the mechanical 'system'. Modern industrial systems in the manufacturing sector use microelectronic devices extensively for control, measurement and information technology application such as data transfer. In the robotics field, the discipline of microelectronics is used extensively in motion control.
A mechatronics engineering degree will help you qualify as a systems engineer giving you a thorough understanding of modern engineering and manufacturing combined with specialist skills in electronics and computer-based technology.
Mechatronics engineering employs a variety of techniques that are used throughout the course with the emphasis on lectures, supporting tutorials and laboratory classes. Continuous assessment forms a major part of the assessment process used in earlier years. End-of-session examinations are featured more in later years of study.
A variety of techniques are used throughout the mechatronics engineering course with the emphasis on lectures, supporting tutorials and laboratory classes. Continuous assessment forms a major part of the assessment process used in earlier years. End-of-session examinations are featured more in later years of study.
Mechatronics engineering degree graduates may work in areas of design, research and development, sales, production management, safety, and quality. Industries entered include aerospace, defence and energy as well as the manufacturing of industrial and domestic products, drugs, furniture and processing of chemicals and foods comes under mechatronics engineering programme.
Electronics Engineering Programme: B.Tech. in Electronics Engineering
ElectronicsEngineering Programme is a 4 year special degree course that combines two disciplines that have significant synergies. Electronics Engineering Programme is designed to develop the core engineering skills of students so that they would fulfil the requisite professional requirements of their chosen engineering fields. At the same time, the electronics engineering programme will equip a student with the necessary business skills and knowledge in the areas of organizational behaviour, finance and accounting, marketing, economics, and business law, among others, in order to be successful in the business world.This combination of engineering in electronics and business skills will produce a new breed of business-savvy electronics engineers for the marketplace to:
Broadcast and studio expertise delivered using state-of-the-art equipment by staff with a comprehensive industrial background
Develop broadcast engineering skills across a range of technology applications
Focus on electronics and communications engineering for broadcasting
Developed in liaison with Kurukshetra University, electronics engineering programme is designed to prepare students for careers as professional electrical engineers, with the focus on innovation, analysis and development within a wide range of industries from both the user's and producer's perspective.
Electronics engineering programme provides a broad education in electrical and electronic engineering in the first two years, sharing a similar structure to the B.Tech in Electronics Engineering degree, but with specialist courses in power electronics in the second year. In the final year, students study core courses in the areas of power engineering and power electronics and produce a major individual project of engineering in electronics.
Electronics engineering is a field of engineering that deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. The field first became an identifiable occupation in the late nineteenth century after commercialization of the electric telegraph and electrical power supply. It now covers a range of subtopics including power, electronics, control systems, signal processing and telecommunications.
The department of electronics engineering has been playing a vital role in producing scientists and technologists of highest caliber ever since it was established in the year 1961. The department runs three under graduate programmes and 9 post-graduate programmes to cater to the ever challenging needs of technical excellence in all areas of electronics engineering.
This degree of Electronics engineering can open many doors for graduates who have the ability to work competently in electronics and use the tools of electronic engineering. Electronic Engineering links into a multitude of industries, each with their own disciplines and requirements. Career paths for bachelor of ElectronicsEngineering programme include electronic product design, radio frequency design and mobile communications, signal processing, control and power electronics, electronic control systems, consumer electronics, telecommunications, military and aeronautical electronics, production management, and education.
Studying at APIIT broadens your outlook and perspectives, and encourages self reliance, discipline and confidence-all highly regarded by potential employers