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M.Tech in Industrial Automation and Robotics

Why take this course?

Automation and Robotics are the field of engineering that deal with design, implementation of automation systems in industries, design and application of robots and the use of a computer for their manipulation and processing. This Program equips graduates with the necessary skills to troubleshoot, maintain, install and design automated production systems required for high-tech manufacturing industries. There is a large demand for such graduates, since the trend over the last decade is to move labor-intensive production operations to lower wage economies. This program is designed to enable students to be familiar with concepts, processes and technology in diverse areas of Industrial Automation.

What will I experience?

What opportunities might it lead to?

Graduates will be equipped with knowledge and skills to work in a broad variety of engineering careers in both the public and the private sectors. Robotics plays an essential part in several modern manufacturing companies. The industries that a Robotics Engineer can find work in are Aerospace, Defense Contractors, Entertainment, Manufacturing, Medical Research (Development of Prosthetic parts). Some job role one can opt for:

 

Degree Awarded

Master of Technology

Course Commencement

June 2018

Eligibility

B.E/B.Tech in Electronics and Communication, Electrical and Electronics or Computer Science Engineering. M.Sc in Electronics.

Study Campus

Admissions Office



Curriculum Structure & Teaching

I Semesters
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Automation System Design
  • Research Methodologies
  • Instrumentation Engineering
  • Modern Power Electronics
  • Automation System Design Lab
  • Modern Power Electronics Lab
  • Disaster Management(Audit)

II Semester
  • Finite Element Method
  • Mechatronics System Design
  • Industrial drives and control
  • Embedded System
  • Mechatronics System Design Lab
  • Advanced Drives Lab
  • Mini Project with Seminar
  • Energy Auditing (Audit)

 

III Semester
  • Distributed Control System
  • Computational Intelligent Techniques
  • Project Phase-1
IV Semester
  • Project Phase II and Dissertation