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All about B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics


All about B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics

Last updated: 14 Oct 2020

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What is Robotics?

Robotics is a part of engineering and sciences. It has to do with the creation and building of robots as well as computer programming. It is interdisciplinary using mechanical, electrical and other kinds of engineering.

Robots are sometimes used to do things that humans cannot, like finding and destroying bombs or going to places that are too hot, small, dangerous or distant for humans. So, robots look like humans but most just look like machines.

What is Mechatronics?

Mechatronics is a multi-disciplinary field that combines several types of engineering-electrical, computer and mechanical and refers to the skill sets needed in the contemporary advanced automated manufacturing industry. At an intersection of mechanics, electronics and computing mechatronics specialists create simpler, smarter systems. Mechatronics is an essential foundation of the expected growth in automation and manufacturing.

Few Lines about B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics

The B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics emphasise on synergetic integration of mechanical structures, mechanisms, electrical and electronic components, electromechanical covers synergistic integration of mechanical engineering control theory, computer science and electronics to manage complexity, uncertainty and communication in engineer systems.

The course trains the students to adapt flexibly to a wide range of industries and make contributions in developing new technologies and pioneering new approaches in production. The course also upgrades their knowledge and skills by pursuing their studies in local or overseas universities. The course prepares the students to learn how to build robots and gadgets as required in specialised areas such as automation and robotics, wafer fabrication, aerospace or biomedical engineering. 

Eligibility for B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics

The students who have completed their PUC or 10+2 with science background can join the B.Tech/BE  Robotics and Mechatronics course. The students interested in this course are required to qualify competitive exams like CET/COMED-K/JEE with high marks in order to get merit seats in various colleges

Admission Procedures

The students with relevant qualifications can join the B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics course by two modes. The first one is Merit based admission and the second one is Direct admission.

Let’s discuss in detail

Merit Admission

The students who are interested to join B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics degree should mandatorily appear for CET/COMED-K/JEE or institutional-based entrance exams and undergo counselling to choose their desired colleges for merit seats. The engineering college allotts the merit seats to the students according to their rankings and marks obtained by them in their entrance exams and marks scored in PUC or 10+2. 

There are two types of counselling for the students

1. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) Counselling

The students who are interested to join the government engineering colleges and other engineering colleges affiliated to the government should undergo the counselling procedures of Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). 

The students who intend to join for the merit seats under government quota are required to complete the counselling procedures and join for the B.Tech/BE programmes in their chosen colleges. The Engineering colleges under the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) are affiliated to the Visveswaraya Technological University (VTU).

2. COMED-K Counselling

The students who are interested to join the private autonomous engineering colleges and deemed universities that are affiliated to All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) are required to apply for the COMED-K counselling procedures. The students should qualify the COMED-K counselling procedures to get admission to B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics course in their desired private autonomous engineering colleges or deemed universities.

Direct Admission  

The students have another option of getting admission to B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics course by direct admission process. Under this mode of admission, the students are given direct admission to their desired colleges under management quota. The direct admission students enjoy many special privileges like that they are not required to apply for any entrance exam for getting admissions. They have an option to choose their desired colleges and universities and book their seats in advance even before the starting of the academic year. The students who are interested in direct admissions are required to contact Galaxy Educational Services for more details.

Career & Scope

A course in robotics trains and educates a student in the field of artificial intelligence, computer-aided manufacturing, computer integrated manufacturing system, computational geometry, robot motion planning, digital electronics and micro-processing.

While the course of mechatronics unites the principles of engineering, disciplines like mechanics, electronics and computing to generate a simpler, more economical and reliable system. The course focuses on research and methodology in mechatronics along with practical training in the field.

Salary & Emoluments

The fresh B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics students will be earning around 6 lakhs to 8 lakhs per annum. The experienced professionals will be earning around 8 lakhs to 10 lakhs per annum.

Top Organisations hiring B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics 

Some of the top organisations hiring B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics engineering students are:

  • Hitachi
  • Bosch Laboratories
  • Tesla
  • Bose Robotics

Placement Opportunities

The B.Tech/BE Robotics and Mechatronics professionals can find a good number of job roles in their domain, some of the important ones are given below.

Robotics Engineer: A robotics engineer is the person responsible for creating and designing robots and robotic systems using the techniques of robotics and mechatronics. He/she is also responsible to design and develop machines and processes necessary to assemble the robots.

Robotics Technician: A robotics technician has duties similar to a robotics engineer, but these individuals will be more focused on testing and repairing robotics systems while helping robotics engineers create and design them.

Robotics Operator: Although the idea behind robots is that they do things that humans cannot do as efficiently, somebody still needs to operate them, whether that involves physically doing something to keep them going or simply overseeing a significant robotics operation to ensure that it continues to operate as intended.

Mechatronic Engineer: As a mechatronic engineer one is responsible to develop new solutions to industrial problems using mechanical, electronic processes and computer technology. They are also responsible for designing and developing robots using the techniques of mechatronics.

Conclusion

The robotics & mechatronics is one of the most emerging fields in the engineering industry. The skilled professionals are in huge demand in the industry. The last decade saw a lot of innovations in the field of robotics and mechatronics. The B.Tech/BE Robotics & Mechatronics students are well paid and can expect excellent career growth in the field. The students with a passion towards robotics and mechatronics can join this course. 

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