Helpline no. 0129-4259000

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Deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC Act,1956

B.Tech – Mechanical Engineering – MRIIRS

Duration4 Yrs
COURSE FEES (Per annum) for Indian Nationals in RupeesRs. 1,81,500
COURSE FEES (Per annum) in US $ For PIO/NRI Students US $ 5000
Criteria for Preparation of Merit list
Merit preparation / short listing of candidates shall be on the basis of score in JEE Mains 2021/ SAT / Uni Gauge E 2020 / MRNAT 2021 /XII Qualifying Examination
Eligibility Criteria
Pass in 10+2 examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate in 5 subjects and eligibility shall be determined on the basis of percentage of aggregate marks in
i. English, Physics & Mathematics and
ii. One subject out of Chemistry, Computer Science, Biology or Biotechnology and
iii. One subject with the highest score out of the remaining subjects
*Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA)

Students may select specialized elective courses and earn credits in the following domains:

  • Mechatronics Intake: 15 seats
  • Automobile Intake: 15 seats


B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering (with specialization in Mechatronics)

Mechatronics is a multi-disciplinary study dealing with the integration of mechanical devices, actuators, sensors, electronics, intelligent controllers and computers. Many new generations of consumer or commercial products can be classified as mechatronic products as they involve mechanical a s well as electronic components. The need for mechatronic education has grown due to the increase in the number and importance of such systems and devices. The program is designed to provide in-depth knowledge in the fundamentals, design, analysis and operation of mechatronic systems. The students apart from studying regular mechanical engineering course will get to study additional courses like, Control System, Electronic Devices, Programming on Java, Digital Signal Processing, Industry Automation, Robotic Analysis and Computer Network etc. The students here will undergo training in a full-fledged industry embraced with industry 4.0 and the project work will be purely interdisciplinary in nature.

Career opportunities after completing degree in Mechatronics:

Apart from this branch possessing equivalence with degree of Mechanical Engineering, following are the career options for a student completing graduate degree in Mechatronics trait. A graduate can work in the following roles:

  • Robotics engineer/technician
  • Automation engineer
  • Control system design/troubleshooting engineer
  • Electronics design engineer
  • Mechanical design engineer
  • Data scientist/big data analyst
  • Instrumentation engineer
  • Software engineer

There are numerous career domains that one can pursue after graduate program in Mechatronics which include but are not limited to: advanced manufacturing, robotics, telecommunications and information services, agriculture, food and forestry, biomedical, biotechnology, life sciences, medical equipment, renewable energy, transportation and logistics, defence and security.


How is Mechatronics different from Mechanical Engineering:

Mechanical Engineering is the mother of all engineering branches. It is a versatile course that can cater its purpose by combiningthermal, design and production principles. Mechatronics on the other hand is a highly specialized branch that beautifully amalgamates the basics of mechanical engineering, electronics, electrical, computer science, information technology, management systems, robotics, artificial intelligence, computing, etc. It is the need of the hour keeping in view the enhanced interception of core mechanical principles by these allied sciences. It has the capability to produce far more advanced systems with enhanced capabilities and also to step up into the current genre of artificial intelligence and smart manufacturing.


B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering (with specialization in Automobile Engg)

The Indian Auto Industry is one of the largest in the world with an annual production of 30.91 million vehicles in FY 2018-19, following a growth of 6.26 per cent over the last year. The automobile industry accounts for 7.1 per cent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). India is also a prominent auto exporter and has strong export growth expectations for the near future, around 31 per cent of small cars sold globally are manufactured in India. Several initiatives by the Government of India and the major automobile players in the Indian market are expected to make India a leader in the Two Wheeler and Four Wheeler market in the world by 2022. The Government of India aims to make automobiles manufacturing the main driver of the ‘Make in India’ initiative, as it expects the passenger vehicle market to triple to 9.4 million units by 2026, as highlighted in the Auto Mission Plan (AMP) 2016-26.

Government policies are providing a major thrust to electric vehicles for less dependence on conventional fuels, BS VI vehicles for cleaner environment and in foreseeable future autonomous vehicles. These needs will create a demand for automobile engineers, experts and researchers which the department of Automobile  Engineering aims  to fulfill.

The department has well developed up to date laboratory facilities. The students are exposed to various relevant topics like design of automobile components (both manual and computer aided), types of fuels used in automobiles with their property analysis, different types of energy losses in the vehicle, electric mobility technologies, technology and standards used in engine design and manufacturing, air conditioning in the automobiles, dynamics of motor vehicles, vibration analysis, electric and hybrid vehicle technology, autonomous vehicles, vehicle maintenance softwares such as AutoCAD, CATIA, MATLAB and ANSYS are being taught on workstations for design and development of vehicles.


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Programme Structure

B.Tech- Mechanical Engineering

Foundation Courses

Core Courses

Elective Courses




Theory Courses

Theory Courses

Lab Courses

Elective G-1:

Elective D-1:

Elective O-1:

Applied Physics-IElements of Electrical & Electronics EngineeringApplied Mechanics LabSoft Skills-II.C. Engines and Gas TurbineNon-Destructive Evaluation and testing
Applied Maths-IElements of Computer and ProgrammingComputer Aided Drafting LabFrench-IFurnaces & DryerMetro Rail Technology
Industrial ChemistryApplied MechanicsComputer Programming LabGerman -IPower Plant EngineeringManagement Information Systems
Professional Communication –IEngineering Materials Heat TreatmentStrength of Material LabSpanish-IIntroduction to RoboticsBasics of Microprocessor
Applied Physics-IIMetrologyAdvanced CAD LabChinese-IProduction EngineeringIntellectual Property Rights
Applied Maths-IIStrength of MaterialsMetrology LabElective G-2:Tool DesignElective O-2:
Environmental StudiesThermal Engineering- IFluid Mechanics labSoft Skills-IIFracture & FatigueComputer Aided Vehicle Design
Professional Communication –IIFluid MechanicsThermal Engineering labFrench-IIElective D-2:Vehicle Maintainence
Holistic Wellness & Life SkillsManufacturing Technology-ICAD/CAM LabGerman -IIAutomobile EngineeringVehicle Maintainence Lab
Quantitative Aptitude-IThermal Engineering- IIFluid Machines LabSpanish-IIEnergy ManagementAutomobile Engineering Lab
Quantitative Aptitude-IIManufacuring Technology-IITheory of Machines LabChinese-IIMechatronicsTotal Quality Management

Physics Lab

Kinematics of MachinesCIM LabTool EngineeringMarketing Management

Chemistry Lab

Computer Aided Design & ManufacturingProduction Engineering LabDesign of Jigs, Fixtures & PresstoolsHuman Resource Management

Workshop Practices – I

Fluid Machines & TurbomachinerySimulation LabF.E.M. in Engineering MechanicsProject Management
Workshop Practices – IICyber SecurityHeat Transfer LabElective D-3:Elective O-3:
Applied Maths-III (For All LE Students only)Industrial EngineeringProject Ph-IRefrigeration and Air ConditioningFEM Lab
Applied Maths-IV (For All LE Students only)Dynamics of MachinesColloquiumThermal InstrumentationCFD Lab
Machine Design-IProject Ph-IINuclear Power EngineeringMeasurements & Instrumentation lab
Heat TransferComputer Integrated ManufacturingIntelligent Systems
Machine Design-IIPowder Metallurgy
Operations ResearchDesign of Machine Tools
Industrial TrainingVibration Analysis
Elective D-4:
Alternative Fuels & Advances in IC Engines
Heat Exchangers
Rapid Prototyping
Modern Machining Methods
Computer Aided Engineering
Composite Materials
Elective D-5:
Non-conventional Energy Sources
Solar Energy & its Application
Production & Operation Management
Material Management
Applied Hydraulic Engineering
Compressible Flow
Elective D-6:
Hydraulic & Pneumatic Systems
Material Requirement Planning
Engineering Economics and Cost Analysis
Computational Fluid Dynamics




Mechanical Engineers with specialization in Automobile engineering are highly in demand nowadays because of the high proliferation of automobiles in everyday life all over the world. Maruti Suzuki, Toyota, Volkswagen, New Holland, Tata Motors, Hyundai, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ashok Leyland, Hindustan Motors etc. are some of the leading automobile manufacturers in the country who are showing an interest in our students. The automobile manufacturing industry is supplemented by OEMs, such as Krishna Maruti, Sharda Motors, Ginnie solution, Institute of Road Traffic Education, HKS Auto, TCS, Square Yards, Harrison Associates, Blue Sapphire, Newgen Software technologies , Honeywell, A one Commercials, Eternity Industries Pvt Ltd. Sonalika Tractors, JBM, etc who frequently visit the campus for placement. Of course, other fields are also open to these engineers where they can find suitable jobs. Some of these areas are defense forces, space programme, atomic energy, power plants, railways, research laboratories, software development, information technology etc. Some students, with meritorious academic records and matching skills, have opted for higher studies in both National & International Universities.

Our past students have been absorbed in Industry giant like Maruti, JBM, TCS, Tech Mahindra, Accenture and a number of other organizations.

Scholarships Available


Free ship /Scholarships to students on the basis of marks/CGPA in the qualifying examination as per following criteria: 

Marks / CGPA in Qualifying Examination

Tuition Fee Waiver

95% and above


90% to 94.99%


85% to 89.99%


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