Mechatronics is a significant stage in the evolutionary process of modern engineering. The development of computers, microcomputers, embedded systems, smart sensors and the associated information technology has made Mechatronics an essential technological field in the latter part of the twentieth century. In the twenty first century, we are witnessing advances in integrated bio-electromechanical systems, quantum computers, nano and pico systems, smart transportation, intelligent systems etc., that make the future of Mechatronics full of potential and bright possibilities. Engineers and scientists from all walks of life and fields of study can contribute to Mechatronics Engineering. As the engineering and science boundaries become less well defined, students will seek a multi-disciplinary education with a strong design component.
Advances in traditional disciplines fuel the growth of Mechatronics Systems by providing “enabling technologies”, which mostly include:
The department aims to teach and train undergraduate students with the flexibility to choose from a wide spectrum of career choices and contribute to the industry in a variety of roles. The department also aims to develop skills to design and execute different Mechatronics projects and formulate processes and techniques to carry such design problems effectively. Mechatronics Engineering graduates are equipped with the knowledge of different technological domains that include:
|FSc Pre-Engineering with at least 60% marks or DAE with 1st Division in relevant technology. Merit determined on the basis of 50% FSc marks & 50% UW Entry Test marks. UET Entry Test result is acceptable and such candidates will be exempted from UW Entry Test.|
|BSc Engineering in relevant discipline with minimum CGPA 2.50/4.00 or equivalent (55%). UW Entry Test or GAT-General (Minimum 50% Marks) or GRE-General (Minimum 50 percentile).|
Mechatronics engineering being an industry driven curriculum has gained a unique importance and found a well-deserved space in engineering curricula. Mechatronics engineer are considered to have more opportunities as this engineering discipline incorporates mechanical, electrical and computer sciences in a synergistic fashion. Therefore, Mechatronics engineers are better equipped to handle complicated tasks as they are having deep understanding and concept of the three major fields.
Field of Mechatronics engineering mainly deals with the design, implementation and improvement of high-tech products and systems. It is expected that Mechatronics engineers will have better opportunities in industrial world with every passing year.
Provide quality education with matching professional skills, and ethical values to prepare competent and socially responsible engineers who can meet the present and future challenges and contribute positively towards economic development of the society.
Provide a professional, creative and conducive learning environment for preparing competent Mechatronics graduates having sound professional skills and high morals to face the current and future engineering challenges and to contribute towards the betterment of the society.