Engineering is a diverse and interdisciplinary field that involves the application of scientific and mathematical principles to design, build, and maintain structures, machines, systems, and processes. Students who choose to study engineering will gain a deep understanding of core engineering principles and develop technical and analytical skills that are highly valued in industry and research.
B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) is a branch of engineering that deals with the design, development, and application of computer software and hardware. It combines principles from computer science, mathematics, and engineering to create innovative solutions to real-world problems.
Some of the key areas within CSE include:
• Computer programming and algorithms
• Computer systems and architecture
• Databases and data management
• Artificial intelligence and machine learning
• Computer networks and security
• Software engineering and development
• Human-computer interaction
B. Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) is a branch of engineering that deals with the study and design of electronic devices, circuits, and systems used for communication and signal processing. This field encompasses a broad range of technologies, including digital electronics, analog electronics, communication systems, control systems, and power electronics.
Electronics engineers typically work with devices such as microprocessors, semiconductors, integrated circuits, and electronic components to design and build systems for a wide range of applications. Communication engineers focus on developing systems for transmitting information over various channels, such as radio waves, optical fibers, and satellites.
B. Tech in Information Technology Engineering
Information Technology (IT) Engineering is a field of engineering that focuses on the design, development, implementation, and maintenance of computer-based systems, software, and networks. IT engineers work on a wide range of technologies, including hardware, software, databases, and communication systems.
IT engineers are responsible for creating, testing, and deploying new technologies, as well as maintaining and upgrading existing ones. They may also work on developing and implementing security measures to protect computer systems from hackers and other threats.
B. Tech in Mechatronics Engineering
Mechatronics engineering is a field of engineering that integrates mechanical, electrical, and computer science principles to design, develop, and control advanced systems. Mechatronics engineers work on a wide range of systems, including robotics, automotive systems, medical equipment, manufacturing systems, and aerospace systems.
The field of mechatronics engineering involves the application of control theory, electronics, and computer science to the design of complex systems. Mechatronics engineers work to integrate mechanical systems with electronic and computer systems to create high-performance, intelligent products.
Some of the areas of focus in mechatronics engineering include:
• Control systems design and analysis
• Robotics and automation
• Sensor and actuator design
• Embedded systems
• Signal processing and data analysis
• Electromechanical systems design
• Computer vision and image processing
Course and Fee Details:
|Duration||Admission Fee||Regis. Fee||Caution Money||Semester/ Annual Fee||Exam Fee (Rs.)||Misc. (Rs.)|
|8- Sem (4 years)||10,000||1,000||5,000||50,000||7,500||5,000|
Contact : 1800-121-0051
|Name:||Faculty of Engineering|