Diploma In Mechatronics
Diploma in Mechatronics is synergistic integration of mechanical engineering, electronics and intelligent computer control in design and manufacture of products and processes.
Mechatronics studies synergistic fusion of precise Mechatronical Units, Electronics, & Electro-Technical and Computer Components for the purpose of designing and manufacturing qualitatively new Modules, Systems, Machines and complexes of Machines with intellectual control of their functional movements.
Some mechanical ability and familiarity with the industrial workplace is required along with a desire to advance in a challenging field where skills are rewarded.
- Applied Mathematics.
- Applied Science.
- Basics of Electrical & Electronic Engg.
- Manufacturing Technology.
- English Communication.
- Analog Electronics.
- C Programming.
- Applied Science Lab.
- Basics of Electrical & Electronic Engg. Lab.
- Basic Computer Skills Lab.
- Analog Electronics Lab.
- C Programming Lab.
- Machine Shop Lab.
- Applied Mechanics & Machines.
- Fluid Power Engg. – I.
- Industrial Electronics.
- Measurement Systems.
- Mechanic & Study of Machines.
- Microprocessor & Applications.
- Fluid Power Engg. – II.
- Industrial Electronics Lab.
- Measurement Systems Lab.
- Microprocessor & Applications Lab.
- Fluid Power Engg. Lab – I.
- Computer Application Lab.
- Logic Circuit & Design.
- Control Systems.
- Embedded Systems.
- Robotic Engg.
- Inter Personal Skills & Management.
- Logic Circuit & Design Lab.
- Control Systems Lab.
- Embedded Systems Lab.
- Servicing Lab.
- Industrial Visit.
- Project Work.
English and Communication skills, AppliedScience, Mathematics, Industrial Management, Material Science, Engineering Graphics ,Mechanical Engineering science, Strength of Materials, Pneumatics and Hydraulics, Robotics, CAD/CAM, Electrical Engineering Science, Sensors and Actuators,Analog and Digital Electronics, Control Systems, Industrial Electronics , Microprocessors and Microcontrollers, PLC, Mechatronics System Design, CNC Technology, Industrial Equipment Maintenance.
Bench work, Machining, Sheet metal work,Arc Welding and Gas Cutting, Soldering, Equipment wiring,PCB design and fabrication,Winding of coils and transformers, Testing and measuring of electronic instruments, troubleshooting, Microprocessor programming and Interfacing,Industrial electronics,CNC operation, Programming and Maintenance,Computer hardware and software, mechatronics design and fabrication of prototype automatic equipments,Computer programming with C,C++ and Visual Basic.
Microprocessor and microcontroller based applications,Industrial electronics and mechatronics systems, Hydeaulics and Pneumatics control systems, Special purpose machines, Industrial automation, vision control systems , Robotics,CNC Machine applications.
Eligibility & Admission
Pass in SSLC /PUC /12th class or equivalent with minimum 50% marks in Mathematics and 50% in Science. Age 19 years maximum as on the date of admission. Height 155cm(Min) and Weight 40kg(Min).(Height and Weight relaxable if medically fit).
The versatility of the Diploma in Mechatronics enables its graduates to apply for advanced standing in many local and overseas degree programmes such as mechanical engineering, electrical/electronics, computing, info-communications, arts, accountancy, business and many others.
The Diploma qualification provides a good grounding for students who wish to continue further studies or employment where the skills, knowledge and understanding of planning, designing, construction & manufacturing are useful. The programme will develop the student’s understanding for a full range of careers within the manufacturing and maintenance industry as members of a flexible, competitive, multi-skilled workforce.
Mechatronics is an emerging technical discipline that merges mechanical and electronic training into a multi-skilled worker.
Typical positions for Mechatronics technicians include:
- Automated Equipment Installation.
- Automated Equipment Installation – Start up.
- Automated Equipment Installation – Operation and Maintenance.
Mechatronics is the evolution result of combining mechanical engineering with electronics and control engineering. This is a modern field of engineering that became the building block of many intelligent automation systems we see and use everyday. The flexibility of mechatronics enables it to be used in a wide range of applications such as aircrafts, cars, computers, robots and even toys.
Mechatronics provides flexible career advancement opportunity and enables our graduates to pursue their further study in diversified fields!.
You may get a job as a mechatronic system administrator, consultant, analyst, system designer or system tester or progress into postgraduate studies in mechatronics. This qualification also provides opportunities for management within the manufacturing/production sectors.