B. Tech in Mechatronics Engineering

The B. Tech Mechatronics Engineering course is centred on mechanics, electronics, computing, control engineering, molecular engineering (from nanochemistry and biology) and optical engineering which, combined, makes generation of simpler, more economical, reliable and versatile systems possible. Its application areas range from power systems to transportation to optical telecommunications to biomedical engineering.
B.Tech in Mechatronics programme will strengthen the students with the skills that will allow them to design, construct and run factory production lines and automated processes.

There is a lot of scope for Mechatronics Engineering as it incorporates the ideas of electronics and mechanical engineering into one entity. It is an emerging field and presents flexible opportunities with diverse engineering backgrounds.

Students will also be taught the nuances of quality engineering, automatic product development, manufacturing processes which have become the key factors in successful execution of products in the industrial environment. Overall the course is structured in such a way that will give a well-rounded knowledge and practical training to the student on which he can build further and become a valuable contributor in the professional world.

Program Structure

Applied Mathematics IApplied Mathematics II
Applied PhysicsApplied Chemistry
Applied ThermodynamicsEngineering Drawing
Computer ProgramingStrength of Materials
Engineering MechanicsMaterial Science and Engineering
Basics of Electrical and ElectronicsMechatronics Engineering Fundamentals
IDSC-IWorkshop Practice (Lab)
Environmental StudiesIDSC-2(life coping skill)
Applied Mathematics IIIControl Engineering
Analog and Digital ElectronicsComputer Aided Design
Theory of MechanismDynamics of Machinery
Manufacturing TechnologyMicroprocessor and Applications
Electronic Measurement and InstrumentationDigital Signal Processing
Fluid MechanicsHeat and Mass transfer
Matlab and SimulinkIDSC-4(life coping skill)
IDSC-3(life coping skill)Internship
Industrial RoboticsIndustrial Automation
Communication SystemsMechatronics System Design
Reliability EngineeringDigital Hardware Design and Analysis
Power Electronics and DrivesProduct Development
Internet of ThingsElective-II
1. Mechatronics in Medical Applications
2. Hybrid and Electric Vehicle
3. Rapid Prototyping
1. Process Automation
2. Automotive Electronics
3. Computer Integrated Manufacturing
1. Renewable Energy System
2. Building Automation
3. Total Quality Management
IDSC-5(life coping skill)IDSC-6(life coping skill)
Disaster ManagementInternship

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Curriculum click here

The state- of -art training systems and education equipment are being installed from Germany. Lucas Nulle, pioneer for the development, manufacture of high quality training and education equipment for last 40 years, has extended their boundary for installing these training equipment into the University for imparting the skill to the aspirant. These specially designed training equipment for enhancing the skill of the students are being mapped meticulously with theory.

The Basic Electronics Lab, Basic Electrical Lab, Advance Electronics Lab are designed to provide basic and advanced level training to the students. More sophisticated Automation Lab, Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and Microprocessor Lab will provide industry relevant hands-on skill development to the students.

Apart from these electronics laboratories students will be exposed to Basic workshop, thermodynamics lab, material testing lab, design and dynamics lab, theory of mechanism lab and heat-mass transfer lab for enhancing the skills.

Four Years

  • Passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/Technical Vocational subject.
  • Obtained at least 45% marks (40% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category, in case of reserved categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the above subjects taken together. and
  • Candidate need to qualify in the Entrance Test conducted by the Competent Authority. (JEE Main/ MHT CET/ Any Other State/ National level)

While deciding the eligibility of the Candidates following procedure shall be adopted -
(a) The percentage of marks shall be calculated by rounding off to nearest integer. i.e. if the percentage of marks comes out to be 44.50% to 44.99% then it shall be rounded to 45% and if the percentage of marks comes out to be 44.01% to 44.49% shall be rounded to 44% for deciding the eligibility.

(b) In case the maximum marks in an individual subject is other than 100, the marks will be converted out of 100 for individual subject without rounding, If sum of the converted marks of individual subjects without rounding off works out to be a figure with fraction then fraction up to two decimal places shall only be considered for calculation of percentage of marks considering maximum marks as 300 and, If the percentage comes in fraction, then rounding off shall be done as above to decide the eligibility.

NRI / International Students – A candidate who has completed XII (10+2) or equivalent examination from any Foreign Board must obtain an equivalent certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). All foreign qualifications need to be verified from Association of Indian Universities (AIU) by the candidate before seeking provisional admission to any programme of Symbiosis Skills & Open University.

In order to promote International understanding between Indian and Foreign students, SSOU has reserved 5% seats for NRIs/International students in every division.

Fees Structure For Indian and International Students

Program FeesAmount in INRPayment Terms
Academic Fees (Note 1)INR 2,45,000/- per yearInstalment 1 (Payable on Admission) INR 1,28,000/-
Instalment 2 (Payable by 30/11/2019) INR 1,22,500/-
Medical Fees (Non-Refundable)INR 5,500/-
Caution Money (Refundable)INR 10,000/- (Refundable)Refundable University Caution Money to be paid at the time of admission
Hostel & Mess Fees (Note 2)
- 2 Seater Non AC RoomINR 1,70,000/-Hostel + Mess Fees to be paid at the time of admission
Hostel Caution Money (Refundable)INR 10,000/- (Refundable)Refundable Hostel Caution Money to be paid at the time of admission

NOTE:- *Hostel is optional for Under graduation students.

Note 1 - Academic Fees includes Tuition fees, Regular exam fees, Library books & e-journals, Laboratory fees , Practical and Skills Journal. These fees are refundable according to UGC policy. Backlog Exam Fee shall be charged separately. Medical Fees of Rs. 5500/- for basic medical facilities on campus are Non-Refundable.

Note 2 -

  • Hostel & Mess Fees include Hostel Stay and Mess/Dining charges.
  • Laundry facility is available to student on payment basis.

Note 3 -

  • Academic fees shall be increased up to 15% each year as per the University policies during the period of the program at the discretion of the Management.
  • Revised fees will be applicable to new and existing students.

Other Notes-

  • In case a crash course is conducted, a separate fee between Rs.5,000 to Rs.10,000 will be charged. The same shall be notified separately.
  • Nominal fees of Rs.500/- is charged for every non-credit mandatory IDSC course per student.
  • Education loan facility available from nationalised banks.
  • Pay per use bus service for city trip for hostel students @ Rs. 100/- per trip (to & fro).

Discretionary Quota
5% Seats are reserved as Discretionary Quota Seats. Only students with high academic record are considered for Discretionary Quota Seats. The fees for Discretionary Quota Seats will be double the Academic fees for Indian Students to be paid to the University.

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