B.Tech. Mechanical and Automation Engineering mainly uses CAD/CAM/CAE and automation systems.

Helps the students to grab the knowledge on robust technology at the early stage of their learning.

Keeping a strong relation with the primitive techniques for the students to be readily employable.

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B.Tech. Mechanical And Automation Engineering

The undergraduate degree in Mechanical and Automation Engineering is a four-year degree program structured to enable the students to identify, analyze and solve problems using the fundamentals of mathematics and engineering sciences with automation. It enables students in advanced mechanical system by effective production methodologies with industrial automation.

This Program emphasis on advanced technology learning i.e., CAD/CAM/CAE Technology, Festo’s Automation Solutions, Mechatronics, Manufacturing Simulation Systems, Additive Manufacturing, FDM, Controlling Automated Machines, Control Systems, and Information Technologies.


Career Pathways :

  • Automotive Sector & Robotics Industry
  • Application Engineer
  • Aircraft & Shipyard Industries
  • Research & Development
  • Home appliances Industries
  • Oil & Refinery Industry
  • System Engineer in FMS
  • Defense like HAL, DRDO, ISRO
  • Machine Tool / Hand Tool and Tooling Industry

Program Outcomes:

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialisation to the solution of complex engineering problems.
Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge, and need for sustainable development.
Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one's own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes:

Apply their knowledge to the domain of thermal, solid mechanics, mechanics of machines and fluid mechanics and to solve the engineering problems arising out of these areas.
Analyze and provide a solution to real life problems related to mechanical engineering fields together with the allied engineering branches.
Practice and implement new ideas for the product design and development and to provide the adequate design and manufacturing solution through the updated CAD/CAM technologies.
Provide the solution to automate the various manual processes for the industry and identify the various components required for it.

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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • The graduate of this program will be able to practice and implement new ideas for the product design and development and to provide the adequate design and manufacturing solution through the updated CAD/CAM technologies.
  • They will be able to provide the solution to automate the various manual processes for the industry and identify the various components required for it.
  • The students will get the knowledge of the domain of thermal, solid mechanics, mechanics of machines and fluid mechanics and to solve the engineering problems arising out of these areas.
  • The student will learn to analyze and provide a solution to real life problems related to mechanical engineering fields together with the allied engineering branches.
  • The student will be able to generate the CNC programs for various manufacturing processes.

SEMESTER WISE SUBJECTS

Elective I (Semester 4)

Sr. No. Course Category Course Code Course Title
1 PEC BMA541 Fluid Systems
2 PEC BMA542 Heat Transfer
3 PEC BMA543 Numerical Methods
4 PEC BMA544 Data Communication and Networks
5 PEC BMA525 Fluid Systems Laboratory
6 PEC BMA526 Heat Transfer Laboratory
7 PEC BMA527 Numerical Methods Laboratory
8 PEC BMA528 Data Communication and Networks Laboratory

Elective II (Semester 5)

Sr. No. Course Category Course Code Course Title
1 PEC BMA441 Micro-controller and Micro-processor
2 PEC BMA442 Automobile Engineering
3 PEC BMA443 Industrial Engineering
4 PEC BMA444 Robotics
5 PEC BMA424 Micro-controller and Micro-processor Laboratory
6 PEC BMA425 Automobile Engineering Laboratory
7 PEC BMA426 Industrial Engineering Laboratory
8 PEC BMA427 Robotics Laboratory

Elective III (Semester 5)

Sr. No. Course Category Course Code Course Title
1 PEC BMA545 Mechatronics
2 PEC BMA546 Renewable Energy
3 PEC BMA547 Composite Materials
4 PEC BMA548 Power Plant Engineering

Elective IV (Semester 6)

Sr. No. Course Category Course Code Course Title
1 PEC BMA641 Non – Traditional Machining
2 PEC BMA642 Metrology and Quality Assurance
3 PEC BMA643 Mechanical Vibration
4 PEC BMA644 Nanotechnology

Elective V (Semester 7)

Sr. No. Course Category Course Code Course Title
1 PEC BMA741 Non Destructive Testing
2 PEC BMA742 Industrial Safety
3 PEC BMA743 Operations Research
4 PEC BMA744 Reliability and Quality Control

Elective VI (Semester 7)

Sr. No. Course Category Course Code Course Title
1 PEC BMA745 Maintenance Engineering
2 PEC BMA746 Disaster Management
3 PEC BMA747 Process Planning and Cost Estimation
4 PEC BMA748 Tribology

Elective VII (Semester 8)

Sr. No. Course Category Course Code Course Title
1 PEC BMA841 Computer Aided Manufacturing
2 PEC BMA842 Virtual Reality
3 PEC BMA843 PLC Programming
4 PEC BMA844 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
5 PEC BMA821 Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory
6 PEC BMA822 Virtual Reality Laboratory
7 PEC BMA823 PLC Programming Laboratory
8 PEC BMA824 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Laboratory

B.TECH WITH MINOR IN AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

Sr. No. Semester Course Code Course Title
1 4th BMA441 Micro Controller And Microprocessor
2 4th BMA424 Micro Controller And Microprocessor Laboratory
3 5th BMA541 Fluid Systems
4 5th BMA525 Fluid Systems Laboratory
5 6th BRE602 PLC Programming
6 6th BRE622 PLC Programming Laboratory
7 7th BMA701 Computer Aided Engineering
8 7th BMA721 Computer Aided Engineering Laboratory
9 8th BMA841 Computer Aided Manufacturing
10 8th BMA821 Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory

B. TECH MECHANICAL & AUTOMATION ENGINEERING (HONORS)

Sr. No. Semester Course Code Course Title
1 III BMA303 Ergonomics
2 IV BMA404 Internet of Things
3 V BMA505 Product Design and Development
4 VI BMA603 Product Lifecycle Management
5 VII BMA703 PLC and HMI Programming

JOB PERSPECTIVES:

After graduating B.Tech. Mechanical and Automation Engineering the students will be able to work in the Research and Development department of the various industries involved in manufacturing of the products. A qualified Mechanical and Automation Engineering students finds employment opportunities in the government organizations, industries designing the automation systems, design and development of every type of product, system engineer for software development used for mechanical designing.


The students can work on various job profiles such as -

  • Automotive Sector
  • Aircraft and Shipyard Industry
  • Defense Sector
  • Robotics Industry
  • Home Appliances and Toy Manufacturing Industries
  • Furniture and Jewellery Design
  • Oil and Gas Refinery Plants
  • Hand Tools and Fasteners
  • System Engineer in FMS
  • Machine Tool and other Industrial Equipments
  • Packaging Industry

Government Organizations in which the student can work after completing B.Tech. Mechanical and Automation Engineering:

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