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Course Details

Course Commencement
August 2023 (Tentative)
Course Completion
January 2024 (Tentative)
Exam Dates
Multiple slots in January 2024 (Tentative)
Credits & LTP
Each course offers 5 credit points.
Practical (Hands-on)
Recommended For:
Graduation Programme - B.E./B.Tech
Branch - Mechanical Engineering
Semester -
5 th,  6 th,  7 th and  8 th

Course Summary

Mechatronics is an area of engineering that combines mechanical and electrical engineering and computer science. A typical mechatronic system picks up signals from the environment, processes them to generate output signals, transforming them into forces, motions and actions. A report by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited states that India is expected to be one of the most competitive manufacturing nations by 2020. Owing to this fact, the employment of mechanical engineers is projected to grow by 9% from 2016 to 2026, as fast as the average for all occupations.

The Industrial Mechatronic Systems course is designed to develop knowledgeable and skillful technocrats who can cater to the rising needs of industry and society for innovative and useful products and systems required in healthcare, communication, energy, transport, space and defence applications. This course will have a lucid description of the fundamentals of Mechatronics, interesting case studies and mini projects.

The eLearning content and interactive sessions will help students learn the principles of Mechatronics and apply them in practice. The planned quizzes will assess the performance of students on a regular basis. The knowledge gained in this course will be useful in understanding the working of existing Mechatronics based systems and in building newer ones.


1. Students/Institutions need to procure the following kits required for the industry assignment as well as for Part B summative assessment:

  1. a. Arduino kit
  2. b. PLC kit that is already present in the college for practical use in the Electrical/Mechanical department also needs to be used for the course

2. The above mentioned hands-on configuration will be leveraged by the students to complete the industry assignment as well as to complete the Part B section of the summative assessment.

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Basic knowledge in Electrical Technology, Electronic Engineering, Computer Programming and elements of Mechanical Engineering is required.

Course Syllabus

The course syllabus will be delivered through a combination of eLearning resources, digital lectures, community based digital classrooms as applicable.
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Course Components

Digital Learning
Courses to consist of enriching eLearning resources View Sample
Multiple digital lectures delivered by a renowned academician and an industry expert, through the entire duration of a course View Sample
Academic Connect
Moderated by an academic expert with a focus on building conceptual clarity View Sample
Industry Connect
Moderated by an industry expert with a focus on building industry oriented applied knowledge View Sample
Access to industry related mini projects to enable practical exposure for candidates View Sample
Periodic Formative
Access to three periodic formative assessments during the course View Sample
Summative Assessment
Candidates to appear for either summative assessments consisting of two parts - Test of Knowledge and Test of Application or TCS NQT View Sample
Verifiable Digital
Successful candidates to receive a digital certificate, verifiable through online platforms View Sample
Internship opportunity for toppers in the respective courses, subject to vacancies in corporates and their hiring policies View Sample
Get visibility to job vacancies with leading corporate recruiters that recognise the TCS NQT certification, subject to vacancies in corporates and their hiring policies View Sample