Department of Mechatronics Engineering



To become a leading educational and research focused mechatronics engineering programme, to develop leaders in industry, teaching, research and entrepreneurship and to transform them into responsible global citizens.


To impart high quality education in mechatronics engineering, by providing futuristic multidisciplinary knowledge along with goal-oriented, quality-based and value-added education.



Graduates of Mechatronics Engineering Programme shall
PEO 1 Synergistically integrate mechanical engineering with electronic and intelligent computer control in the design and manufacture of industrial products and processes.
PEO 2 Have strong team skills, good analytical and problem solving skills to innovate, research, develop and solve multi-disciplinary problems.
PEO 3 Have professional ethics and good communication Skills.
PEO 4 Have Awareness of Societal and the Environmental implications and make themselves, suitable for Engineering Career in Industries or for pursuing higher studies.



1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.



PSO1: Automate and maintain the mechanical systems by using the interdisciplinary electrical and electronic devicesas well as computational tools.
PSO2: Recognize and apply the recent technological advancements for developing Mechatronics products to cater to the global needs.
PSO3: Capable of successfully qualifying in national level competitive examinations for higher studies and employment.


 The well qualified and efficient staff always striving to achieve perfection.

  • Area of application in varied fields like systems in automotive, aerospace, medical, materials processing, automated manufacturing of robotic system.
  • Actively organizes robotic workshops thereby providing technical skills.
  • Linkage with the industries in Pune & Mumbai for automation.
  • Association with Robotics Council of IIT Mumbai & IIT Delhi & Robotics Club of Nepal.


The Department has fully equipped Robotics Lab, Strength of Material, Fluid Mechanics & Machinery, Automobile, Hydraulics and Pneumatics, Microprocessor 8085, and Microcontroller Labs with the state of art facility. The exposure to the latest software in Hydraulics and Pneumatics also adds to the knowledge.

Futuristic Association of Mechatronics Engineers (FAME)
Futuristic Association Of Mechatronics Engineers, the professional body of Mechatronics Engineering organized its refreshing event,” NAVODAYA-13” on 28th July 2013 in college campus. The main aim of the event was to give a demonstration to the juniors of 3rd semester about the on goings activities of  department and their interaction with their seniors.


  • “Navodaya” Fresher’s Party to welcome juniors on 28th July 2013.
  • Seminar on “PCB Circuit Designing” from 31st July to 10th Aug 2013.
  • “Who wins the job” a platform to prove skills on 27th Sept.2013.
  • “Volley Ball Tournament” for the students from 30th Jan to 3rd Feb 2014.
  • Seminar on “Industrial Automation and Special Purpose Machine Building” on 20th Feb 2014
  • Seminar on “MATLAB and Simulink” from 24th to 26th Feb 2014
  • Workshop on “Mobile Application Development on Android Platform for Beginners on 11th March 2014.
  • “Pravas” a Farewell Party to seniors on 12th April 2014.

Session : 2014-15   
Sr No.     Title
1    Haptic Arm
2    Humanoid
3    Intelligent Motion Sensing Robot
4    Design & fabrication of a Pneumatic Can Crusher
5    Graybox
6    Design & fabrication of product Inspection conveyor
7    CNC Milling machine based on AVR
8    Design of Automatic Wall painting machine


Session : 2013-14   
Sr No.     Title
1    Multi Sensor Operated Robot
2    Fully Automatic Wheel Chair
3    Pneumatically Operated Vehicle
4    Pneumatic controlled Strip Bending Machine
5    Automatic Bottling System using Image Processing & Robotic arm
6    Automatic Speed Control of a Vehicle
7    Multi level box transfer system in Conveyor
8    Automatic Waste Classifier


Session : 2012-13   
Sr No.     Title
1    Robotic Leg
2    Rover Robot of six legs
3    Density based Traffic Controller
4    Digital locking of Two Wheeler
5    Quadcopter
6    Head posture controlled Wheel Chair
7    Automatic Storage system
8    Model of wireless remote operated magnetic Overhead crane
9    Automatic gate opening for Vehicle parking lot
10    Haptic Robotic Arm
11    Railway crossing Gate automation


Date Name of Activity Number of Participants
6th October 2015 Essay Competition 76
19th -21st  September 2015 Mock CAT /GATE 210
22nd August 2015 Navodaya`15  more >>>>
18th April 2015 Pravas`15  


Date Name of Activity Number of Participants
17th & 20th DEC 2014 Two Days Workshop on FluidSim v 5.0(Hydraulics & Pneumatics) For All Faculties Of Mechanical & Mechatronics Department more >>>>
19 Nov. 2014 Workshop on “Industrial project development using PLC for automation Engineers” 3rd & 5th Sem MEX
3rd – 7th November 2014 Volleyball tournament for students
13 teams
13 teams
13th September 2014 Navodaya`14
31 July to 10th Aug 2014 Add On Program on “PCB Circuit Designing” 3rd sem Mex
12th April 2014 “Pravas” a Farewell Party to seniors
11th March 2014 Workshop on “Mobile Application Development on Android Platform for Beginners
24th to 26th Feb 2014 Seminar on “MATLAB and Simulink”
20th Feb 2014 Seminar on “Industrial Automation and Special Purpose Machine Building”
30th Jan to 3rd Feb 2014 “Volley Ball Tournament” for the students


Date Name of Activity Number of Participants
27th Sept.2013 “Who wins the job” a platform to prove skills  
31st July to 10th Aug 2013 Seminar on “PCB Circuit Designing”  
28th july 2013 NAVODAYA-13 more >>>>


 2011 - 2010

2011 - 2010
Date Name of Activity Number of Participants
11th and 12th February Who Wins the Job 108
23rd October Quiz Competition 21


Industrial Visit

 S. No. Place  Date  Semester  No. Of Student
 1. Gearcon Engineering,Durg  2/5/2016 4th 30 
 2. Raipur Dudgh Sangh, Urla 1/15/2016 6th 45
 3. Raipur Dudgh Sangh, Urla 9/9/2014    
 4. Bhilai Nagar Nigam Filter Plant 77 MLD, Bhilai 13/02/2014 4th 46
 5. Bhilai Steel Plant (Plate Mill), Bhilai 4/2/2014 8th 28
 6. Raipur Dudgh Sangh, Urla 31/01/2014 6th 37
 7. SIMPLEX Engg & Foundry Pvt Ltd, LIA, Bhilai 19/09/2013 5th  48
 8. Roll Makers of India & Singh Engg. Works LIA, Bhilai 27/08/2013 3rd 41
 9 SIMPLEX Engg & Foundry Pvt Ltd, LIA, Bhilai 1/2/2013 6th 46
 10 Roll Makers of India, LIA, Bhilai 5/10/2012 5th 36
 11 Raipur Dudgh Sangh, Urla 26/09/2012 7th 42
 12 Evo- Tech Pvt. Ltd. Dhamdha, Durg 24/09/2012 3rd 40
 13 Raipur Dudgh Sangh, Urla 3/9/2012  4th 59
 14 Graduate Agro Machinery Engineers, LIA, Bhilai 19/07/2011  5th 49
S No. Date Duration Topic Speaker No. of the Student Branch
1 10/8/2014 01 Day Pattern Recognition & its Applications Dr. Saroj Kumar Meher (Asst Prof. Indian Science and Institute Bangalore   Mex
2 3/14/2014 01 Day Industrial Automation Mrs. Pragya Yadav (BSR Industrial Automation Pvt Pune   Mex
3 9/24/2013 01 Day Career Options in Mechatronics Engineering Mr. Abhishek Shrivastava, Dupty Manager BSP   Mex
4 10/23/2013 01 Day Industrial requirement in the field of Automation & Drives Mr. Nilesh Sawant(Company Head)/Ms. Sayali wagh (Siemens Sitrain India ) 200 ETC/EI & MEX
5 10/8/2013 01 Day Plate mill manufacturing process & safety Mr.  S. Ravindra Babu (DGM BSP) 150 Mech/Mex
6 9/11/2013 01 Day Mechanical Maintenance and its Types. Mr. H.K. Sethi(Ex GM Incharge -BSP) 150 Mech/Mex
7 3/21/2012 01 Day Stress Management Mr. Stya Ranjan Bhattacharya (AGM,OHP BSP) 85 Mex
Name : Er. Rajesh Kumar
Designation: Professor and Head of Department
Areas of interest: Robotics, Mechanical Measurements, Industrial Engineering
Email: rajeshkumar [at]
Contact No.: 0788-2320884(Off.), Ext. (174)
Name : Er. Rajat K Agrawal
Designation: Associate Professor &  Coordinator (IIPC Cell)
Areas of interest: Machine Design, Kinematics of Machines, Automation in Process Industries.
Email:  rajatagrawal [at]
Contact No.: 0788-2320884(Off.), Ext. (212)
Name- Er. Chandrakant Badgaiyan
Designation- Assistant Professor
Area of Interest – Mobile Computing, Android, Robotics
E- Mail- chandrakantbadgaiyan [at]
Contact No.: 0788-2320884(Off.) Ext. (129)
Name- Er. Pradeep Kumar Sahu
Designation- Assistant Professor
Area of Interest – Machine Tool Design, Production Engineering, Optimization Technique
E- Mail- pradeepsahu [at]
Contact No.: 0788-2320884(Off.) Ext. (129)
  Name- Er. Pradeep Agrawal
Designation- Assistant Professor
Area of Interest – Robotics, Manufacturing Science
E- Mail- pradeepagrawal [at]
Contact No.: 0788-2320884(Off.) Ext. (129)
  Name- Er. Suraj Kumar Hermukh
Designation- Assistant Professor
Area of Interest – Design Engineering & Thermal Engineering
E- Mail- surajharmukh [at]
Contact No.: 0788-2320884(Off.) Ext. (129)
  Name : Er. Apurva Chouksey
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest : CAD/CAM. Fluid Machinery, Neural Networks
E-mail : apurvachouksey [at]
Contact No.         : 0788-2320884(off) , Ext. (129)
Name : Er. Akash Pal
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: C Prog., Java
Email: akashpal [at]
Contact No: 0788-2320884(Off.) Ext. (129)
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