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Mechatronics Engineering

Department of Mechatronics Engineering

About


The Department of Mechatronics Engineering offers a unified education by encompassing electrical, mechanical, control and computer engineering. Our graduates acquire the essential skills to face the challenges of contemporary industries. Our graduates possess highly demanded skills in areas such as robotics, automation, instrumentation and intelligent systems design. They concurrently involve in co-curricular and extra-curricular endeavors for enriching their knowledge on technical and non-technical fields. Under the guidance of faculty members students participate in symposiums, conferences and competitive events across the country and the globe.The Department of Mechatronics Engineering is committed to provide state of the art technical education to the future technocrats through dedicated quality teaching and sophisticated laboratories. The department strives hard to provide ample opportunities to the students for exploring and exploiting new avenues in the field of Mechatronics.

News and Events


  • Oct

    24

    One day Workshop on “CATIA”

  • Oct

    20

    Guest lecture on “AUTOMATION IN KNITTING PROCESS”

  • Sep

    14

    Three days workshop on “PLC SCADA HMI”

  • Sep

    30

    Workshop and Hands on Training under the topic “Modern pneumatics control”

Mission


To impart knowledge to the students participating in the program by providing Expert Faculty to teach, inspire, mentor and motivate. Excellent Infrastructure with facilities to learn, research and experiment. Motivation towards self-learning, social responsibility and entrepreneurship. Exposure to the latest technologies through industry-institute interaction. Environment to develop their innovative thoughts, moral values, communication and multi-disciplinary skills. Ample opportunities to demonstrate their skills

Vision


>World class education in the fields of automation and simulation to make it the most preferred program among the aspirants.

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Programme B.E MCT
Year of Starting 2000
Sanctioned-Intake 120
Student Strength 552
Faculty Strength 24
Number of Labs 5
Top Recruiters Soliton, Asahi India Glass Ltd, Hyundai, Robert Bosch, Accenture, CTS, Infosys

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Programme Educational Objectives


PEO1 To apply knowledge of mathematics, science and Mechatronics engineering to solve contemporary engineering problems in the field of automation.
PEO2 To design, analyze, fabricate and test smart products.
PEO3 To exhibit the skills of simulation and experimentation using advanced engineering tools of industrial standards.
PEO4 To communicate and develop strong interpersonal abilities to prepare them for placements and higher studies.
PEO5 To self-motivate towards lifelong learning and entrepreneurship.


Programme Outcomes


PO-A The knowledge of mathematics, science, fundamentals of engineering and the advanced principles of Mechatronics to the solutions of complex engineering problems.
PO-B The ability to identify, formulates, review literature, analyze and derive solutions for engineering problems.
PO-C The ability to investigate complicated problems, which may not have a direct solution.
PO-D The ability to model problems using classical methods and modern tools.
PO-E The ability to design and fabricate Mechatronic systems to provide solutions to societal and environmental problems complying with legal issues, public health and safety.
PO-F The understanding of the impact of engineering solutions in the context of sustainable development.
PO-G Consciousness on Professional ethics and responsibility contributing to their improvement.
PO-H Leadership abilities in a multi-disciplinary environment and cooperation in teamwork.
PO I The ability to communicate effectively even in critical situations, make presentations, prepare reports and documents.
PO-J The ability of administration and financial management in one’s own workplace.
PO-K Lifelong learning to update their knowledge in latest technologies.

Laboratory Details


S.No. Name Configuration
1. Automation and Simulation Laboratory ABB make CP405 (HMI), ABB make CP635 (HMI), ABB make PM564-TP-ETH+TA+AI562 (PLC), ABB make automation, Builder, ABB make SCADA 50 signals with dongle, BSM Servo with drive and cable.
2. Virtual Instrumentation Laboratory LabVIEW 2014, NI myDAQ University kit, PXI Controller, PCI Controller.
3. Robotics Laboratory ABB IRB 1600 6-axis Industrial Robot with compact Controller and Teach pendant, Robot Studio(Licensed Version), ELGI Screw Compressor, Servo Stabilizer, PLC with Control panel, Swivel and 3-D axis robots .
4. Sensors and Instrumentation laboratory Vibrometer Trainer, Bourdon Tube Trainer, Load Cell Trainer, Level Measurement Trainer, Flow Measurement Trainer, Temperature Measurement Kit, Torque and Strain Measurement Kits, Capacitive Measurement Kit, Stroboscope Kit.
5. Hydraulics and Pneumatics Laboratory Vertical Profile plate JTK-PTVD, Hydraulic Linear and Rotary Actuators, Speed Control of Linear Actuators, Accumulator, Counterbalancing and Regenerative Circuits, AND & OR Logic using Shuttle Valve, Serial, Parallel, Metering In and Metering Out Circuits, Sequential Circuit using PLC.

Department Highlights

Industry Tie-up Labs SKCET has been striving innovatively to establish Industry tie-up labs. Industry tie-up labs are established as the outcomes of collaboration with industries of high standards and reputation. Students gain knowledge and experience from these labs, which help them become industry ready by the end of their course. The Automobile Engineering Lab (SAE LAB)of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, in collaboration with industries like Roots Industries and Pricol Ltd, is one such lab in which students get opportunities to design and fabricate karts as per the company’s specifications and showcase them in various National and International arenas. The lab has received Rs. 10, 00, 000 from the industries. Initiatives have also been taken to establish Internet of Things (IoT) lab in collaboration with Intel and a Centre of Excellence on Data Science and Big Data Analytics in Collaboration with EMC Corporation with a budget to the tune of Rs. 12, 00, 000.

Placements Record


Year 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12
Number of Eligible Students 99 98 45 46 78
Number of Students Placed 64 61 30 14 52
Number of Students Self Employed / Higher Studies 14 11 18 12 10

Faculty Details

S.No. Name Designation
1 Dr.P.Balamurugan Professor & HOD
2 Dr.T.A.Selvan Professor
3 Dr. K. Balasubramanian Professor
4 Dr. N Balaji Associate Professor
5 Dr. S. Soundararajan Associate Professor
6 Dr. J. Charles Pravin Associate Professor
7 Dr. Jeyakrishnan Associate Professor
8 Dr. Ramamoorthi Associate Professor
9 Mr. M. Seenivasan Associate Professor
10 Ms. Kannaki S Associate Professor
11 Mr. S. Prem Anand Assistant Professor
12 Mr.R.Emmanuel Gospel Raj Assistant Professor
13 Ms.S.NithyaPriya Assistant Professor
14 Ms.M.Bhuvaneswari Assistant Professor
15 Ms. K. Ananthi Assistant Professor
16 Mr. S. Panneerselvam Assistant Professor
17 Mr. M. Aravind Assistant Professor
18 Mr. P. Sathish kumar Assistant Professor
19 Ms. R. Priyadharshini Assistant Professor
20 Mr. P. M. Arunkumar Assistant Professor
21 Mr. V.SundaraMahalingam Assistant Professor
22 Ms. S. Sneha Assistant Professor
23 Mr. K. Vigneshwarram Assistant Professor
24 Mr. Sachchidanand Jha Assistant Professor
25 Mr. T. Vignesh Assistant Professor
26 Mr. S. Madhan kumar Assistant Professor
27 Mr. S. Rajesh Assistant Professor
28 Mr. S. Muralidharan Assistant Professor
29 Mr. N. Manikandan Assistant Professor

Student Achievements


S.No. Student Name Class Event
1. Sai Daya Shankar G III CSE C Coding Contest - Sri Eashwar College
2. Shiv Ashwath III CSE C Coding Contest - Sri Eashwar College
3. Sangamithra A.K, Sandhya S III CSE C Paper Presentation - CIT

Symposium and Conferences


Contact


Dr SJK Jagadeesh Kumar,
Professor and Head,
Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology,
Kuniamuthur,
Coimbatore - 641 008,
TamilNadu, India.
Office Working Hours : 08.45 AM to 05.30 PM

0422 2678015
0422 2678001 - (7 Lines)
sjkjk@skcet.ac.in

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