B.Tech/M.Tech in Robotic Engineering

 

 

Course Offered

Duration (in years)

Eligibility Criteria

B.Tech in Robotic Engineering

4

12th standard pass with Physics, Maths, Chemistry / Computer Science with at least 60% marks.

M.Tech in Robotic Engineering

6

 

 

On successful completion of 4 years course the student will receive B.Tech Degree and those who successfully complete 6 years course will receive M.Tech Degree.Students have the option to exit after 4 years, with only B.Tech Degree.

The field of robotic engineering is booming. It promises to be the next growing frontier for engineers. A robotics engineer is a behind-the-scenes designer, who is responsible for creating robots and robotic systems that are able to perform duties that humans are either unable or prefer not to complete. Some of these professionals are also responsible for designing the machines that actually assemble the robots. Through their creations, a robotics engineer helps to make jobs safer, easier, and more efficient, particularly in the manufacturing industry.

Advance curriculum structure of Robotic Engineering at The Neotia University, and the MoU signed with Phi Robotics Research Pvt. Ltd. is benefiting the students with experiential learning that will yield vivid career pathways, as assistive technologies continue to develop and assimilate Human Intelligence with Artificial Intelligence.

Course Structure

Semester 1

Subject Name

Credit Points

Engineering Physics-I

5

Computer Programming in C

5

Mathematics-I

3

Basic Electronics

5

English for Communication

3

Graphics & Engineering Drawing

4

TOTAL

25

Semester 2

Subject Name

Credit Points

Engineering Physics-II

5

Mathematics-II

3

Advanced C Programming Lab

2

Introduction to Microcontrollers

5

Environmental Science

3

Introduction to Robotics

4

Manufacturing Processes and Workshop Practice 4

TOTAL

26

Semester 3

Subject Name

Credit Points

Applied Statistics & Probability

3

Data Structure

5

Science of living systems

3

Kinematics & Dynamics

4

Materials Science & Engineering

5

Embedded Systems & Computer Architecture

5

TOTAL

25

Semester 4

Subject Name

Credit Points

Numerical Methods & Optimization Techniques

3

Machine Learning

3

Control Systems

4

Mechatronics & Internet of Things

4

Robot Kinematics & Dynamics

3

World Literature

3

Robotics Project 3

TOTAL

23

Semester 5

Subject Name

Credit Points

Solid Mechanics

3

Computer Vision

4

Programming Tools & Techniques

3

Robotics Simulation Lab

3

Introduction of Cyber Security

3

Elective related to humanities

3

Open Elective-I 3

TOTAL

22

Semester 6

Subject Name

Credit Points

Machine Design

5

Motion Planning

4

Industrial Robotics

4

Robotics Sensors, actuators and control

4

Business English

3

Robotics Contest

3

Open Elective II 3

TOTAL

26

Semester 7

Subject Name

Credit Points

Human Interface & Usability

4

Economics for Engineers

3

Project II A

6

Open Elective III

3

Departmental Elective I (with Lab)

5

Departmental Elective II

3

TOTAL

24

Semester 8

Subject Name

Credit Points

Project II B

9

Industrial Administration & Management

3

Departmental Elective III (with Lab)

5

TOTAL

17

Advisory Committee

Prof. Amitabha Mukherjee
 Department of Computer Science and Engineering
 IIT Kanpur

Dr. Sankha Deb
 Asst.Prof
 Mechanical Engineering
 IIT Kharagpore

Prof.ShivashankarB.nair
Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering
IIT Guwahati

 Dr.Soumen Sen
 Principal Scientist
 Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute

  • Industry Partnership

    TNU has partnered with Phi Robotics, Thane, Maharashtra based company, to help develop and deliver the course curriculum and laboratory facility and to hire the students who meet the company’s recruiting criteria. Phi Robotics has already offered conditional employment to the first batch of students in TNU’s Robot Manufacturing Programme.

  • Career Prospects for Robotic Engineering

    An engineering discipline that is on the rise, robotic engineering is a breeding ground for creativity and innovation from people with a background in mechanical, electrical, or software engineering. Robotics engineers may work in the agricultural, military, medical, and manufacturing industries, among others, conceiving of new uses for robots, designing improved robots for existing systems, or repairing and maintaining industrial robots, says the Princeton Review. Because robots are already widely used (on production lines, for example), hands-on technical jobs can easily be found in the robotics engineering field, but there are also plenty of opportunities to take on more inventive roles in experimental arenas. 

    Because robots are used in so many ways, a professional's duties in this field can vary greatly depending upon the function and application of robotics in his or her work. For example, some robotics engineers design artificial limbs, while others develop automated manufacturing systems for food-packing plants. However, all robotics engineers are responsible for designing, creating, testing and troubleshooting problems with their robots. This involves extensive research in various mechanical and robotic technologies and the use of assorted design software as well as electrical and mechanical equipment.

    Some other duties of both engineers and technicians include the following:

    Welding, Installing safety systems, Programming and reprogramming robots, Reading and interpreting schematics, Robot maintenance and repair, Using hydraulic test equipment, Failure analysis testing, Robot installation and removal.

    Since the scope of opportunities are large, one also may opt for higher studies and research work in this domain.

 

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  • Phone: 1800 419 0909
  • Email: contact@tnu.in
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