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As part of the curriculum, students would be required to undergo a 6 month to 1 year stint of industrial training in blue chip corporations.
Placement Opportunities in Fortune 500 companies
Mechatronics Engineers work in all aspects of the development of smart machines – from design and testing right through to manufacture. This could be in industries like robotics, medical and assistive technology, human-machine interaction, manufacturing, unmanned aerial and ground vehicles, and education.
Considering this, we have built an industry-aligned curriculum wherein students learn robotics, mechatronics, and autonomous system technology, while also providing them ample opportunity for practical application and project work.
The core focus areas of the program include:
As a Mechatronics Engineer, students can learn to:
From creating robots to engineering anti-lock brakes, students learn to create smart machines and innovative solutions with an Engineering degree in Mechatronics from Chitkara University.
When you earn a Mechatronics Engineering degree from Chitkara University, you’re combining a broad range of skills in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, and control systems. The multidisciplinary skills and knowledge you’ll gain will give you the solid base you need to solve complex engineering problems. It will also give you a big-picture perspective, flexibility, and adaptability — all key components of career success.
The field of mechatronics is hands-on, so it only makes sense that its degree program would be hands-on, too. At Chitkara University, all of our mechatronics students put theory into practice in our state-of-the-art labs. You’ll work with the same components, systems, and technology that today’s professionals are working with in the field. This means you’ll graduate with the confidence and experience you need — and you’ll require significantly less on-the-job training than many of your peers.
In our mechatronics degree program, you’ll not only learn the theory of why things work, but you’ll also learn how to build the systems yourself. Our mechatronics students learn how to build, repair, program and maintain smart machines and controls —the skills employers look for. We also stress real-world scenarios in all of our teaching, which enables our students to anticipate problems and create solutions that are immediately applicable in the field.
According to a recent industry survey, mechatronics is a high-priority career, and employment opportunities are growing fast. This degree will prepare you to become a mechatronics engineering technologist working with “smart” devices that incorporate mechanical, electrical, computer, and software components, such as robots, automated guided systems, and computer-integrated manufacturing equipment. After completion of the degree program, you can kick start your career in a range of industries such as advanced manufacturing and robotics, telecommunications and information services, agriculture, food, and forestry, green energy, biotechnology, life science, medical equipment design and transportation. Having mentioned that, some of the blue-chip corporations hiring our mechatronics students are –