Department of Mechatronics Engineering

Just as electronics and computers have revolutionized our lives in a number of ways, so have they revolutionized mechanical and production systems in industries. With the help of electronic instrumentation and microprocessor-based control, these systems are today achieving higher and higher standards of precision, accuracy and repeatability. Also, newer types of machines have been developed in which electronic processes and control play a key role. Application of CAD, CAM, Automation and Robotics have come to play a very significant role in industries of today, and the applications are growing at a very fast rate.

To train engineers who can design and work with such systems, the basic principles of mechanical engineering, electronics, control and computer soft wares must be brought together. The degree programme in Mechatronics aims to achieve precisely this. The word 'Mechatronics' was coined by the Japanese, more than 15 years ago, since they were the first to recognize the need. Today, Mechatronics programmes leading to undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees are running in major universities of the industrialized countries. In India, our college was the first to recognize this industrial need and we started a full-fledged four-year undergraduate programme in Mechatronics in 1998 with an annual intake of 40 students which has since been raised to 60.



The department aims to educate Mechatronics Engineering students in global standards by way of imparting the responsible, worthy, and exploratory approach, & thereby enabling them to face Industrial challenges in the ever-changing technical era by providing platform to learn and execute the multidisciplinary subjects with focus on Design, Control and Automation aspects.

  1. A curriculum that provides synergic integration of engineering fundamentals and applications.
  2. The faculty committed to offer a broad experience that will promote professional growth and prepare students for a variety of engineering careers, graduate studies, and continuing education.
  3. Project experiences that build on fundamentals and develop multidisciplinary team skills.
  4. Interdisciplinary facilities and equipments those are readily accessible.
  5. An environment that is conducive to learning and encourages students from different genders and backgrounds.

  1. Effective inter-disciplinary engineers, well educated in the basic engineering sciences and fundamentals of mechanical, electrical, electronics and control engineering.
  2. Capable of designing, analyzing, and testing smart products and processes that include suitable computers, sensors, and actuators.
  3. Active oral, written, and graphical correspondents.
  4. Functioning effectually as members of multi-disciplinary teams.
  5. Having a gratefulness for the individual, society, and human heritage, and be conscious of the influence of their designs on human-kind and the environment.

  1. Smear knowledge of mathematics, science, and mechatronic engineering to frame and unravel problems.
  2. Exhibit the knowledge of electrical and electronic circuits, control system and logic design.
  3. Demonstrate the knowledge of statics, dynamics and solid mechanics related to Mechatronics systems.
  4. Synthesis and Analysis of mechanisms which integrate computers, sensors, and actuators to meet the needs for evaluating system performance with respect to specifications.
  5. Understanding the engineering fundamentals by experimental studies.
  6. Use of current industry standard engineering tools.
  7. Understand the fundamentals of management, optimization and current standards & developments on the front of quality assurance and reliability.
  8. Converse technical matters efficiently in oral, written, and graphical form.
  9. Function effectively as members of multi-disciplinary teams.
  10. Understand their professional and ethical responsibilities, the impact of their activities on society and the environment, and appreciate contemporary issues facing society.
  11. Use information resources and recognize the importance of continued learning.