B.Tech. (Mechatronics Engineering)

"Robots and other combinations will make the world pretty fantastic compared with today." - Bill Gates
At some point during our childhood, we were all fascinated by robots. Robots were developed by engineers only to make the human life easier, and while pursuing your bachelors in Mechatronics, you’ll be provided all the tools and skill-set to drive this field forward, research and develop new creative ways to make the use of robots more efficient and human friendly. Apart from the vast research required in the field, you’ll also spend a lot of time in trial and error, designing and building robots with your hands.  You’ll also learn about different designing software’s to ease the process, and will also learn the same static and dynamic knowledge of machines as a Mechanical Engineer would, with an emphasis to use that knowledge to build robots.  Despite being a new field, prospects for students are high as the field is extremely important for the world in the coming days and hence, students have many spaces to opt from.
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No. of Seats: 60

You are a great fit for this course if you:

  • Love to research and craft new and more efficient methods
  • Are curious to learn about robots and their functionalities
  • Would like to learn various design software’s

Curriculum Advisory Group

In line with the mission and vision of DSEU to create industry relevant courses the Curriculum Advisory Group (CAG) is a mix of passionate educators and subject matter experts from academics and industry. There is a unique CAG for each of the bachelors and masters level courses. The CAG has analyzed the conceptual needs of the course as well as the employability needs and entrepreneurial opportunities offered to the students by the course. Based on their analysis the CAG has developed the program structure, selected the courses to be included, designed the syllabus, suggested the pedagogical approach, outlined the contours of the assessment, suggested modes of and the nature of industry interactions, and aspects of internships and apprenticeships offered in the course. The CAG for this course includes XX members. For certain reasons XX of the members of this CAG prefer to be anonymous.