BTech Mechanical Engineering (Robotics & AI) is an undergraduate program at Shoolini University that helps students master the fundamental engineering concepts required for robotics applications. Aspirants gain theoretical insights and get practical and industry-based training in applied thermodynamics, control systems, embedded systems, etc.
The specially designed curriculum includes applied thermodynamics, mechanics of solids, machine design, electrical measurement, signal processing, and much more. The orientation of this course combines know-how from mechanical, electrical, and control engineering with the basics of computer science, data science, and artificial intelligence. The skill-based learning emphasises Automation in Agriculture, Autonomous Vehicles, Automation in Manufacturing and Robotic systems for healthcare.
Focus areas include Applied Thermodynamics, Electronics and Instrumentation, Automatic Control System, Principles of Robotics, Machine Vision System, AI and Expert System, Computer-Aided Manufacturing, Electric Drives, Microcontrollers, Hydraulics & Pneumatics, Robotics Engineering.
Shoolini offers aspirants the opportunity to get associated with international and national professional bodies such as the All India Council for Robotics and Automation (AICRA), IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
Shoolini University has collaborations with renowned universities worldwide for student exchange programs, faculty exchange, and more. Prominent among these are the University of Arkansas, USA; Lanzhou University, China; University of Naples, Italy; Taipei Medical University, Taiwan; Gachon University, South Korea; South Dakota Mines University, USA.
Shoolini University is UGC Approved and NAAC Accredited.
BTech Mechanical (Robotics & AI) Career Opportunities
- Robotics Engineer
- Hardware Architect
- ROS Developer
- Automation Engineer
- Electrical Engineer
- Project Engineer
- Rig Testing and Operations Engineer
- Senior Robotics Engineer
- Motion Planning Specialist
- Senior Research Associate
- QC Manager
|Sr. No.||COURSE NAME||CREDITS||COURSE TYPE|
|Semester I||1||Applied Mathematics||3||Foundation|
|3||Functional English -1: Avoiding the Pitfalls||3||Foundation|
|4||Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering||3||Core|
|5||Logic Building with Computer Programming||3||Core|
|6||Living in the Digital Age||3||Core|
|7||Workshop Practice -I||1||Life Skills|
|8||Induction-Non-credit, non-graded (S/US type)||0||Life Skills|
|10||Winter Internship I||2||Core|
|$ Winter internship after first semester (Marks Evaluation in 2nd semester)|
|Semester II||1||Advanced Mathematics||3||Foundation|
|3||Computer Aided Engineering Drawing||3||Core|
|4||Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering||4||Core|
|5||Strength of Materials||4||Core|
|6||Workshop Practice -II||1||Core|
|8||Social Technical Project-I||1||Life Skills|
|Semester III||1||Computer Aided Machine Drawing||3||Core|
|2||Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer||4||Core|
|3||Measurement and Control||2||Core|
|4||Theory of Machines||4||Core|
|5||Application based Programming in Python||3||Core|
|9||Volunteering/ Community Service||1||Life Skills|
|11||Winter Internship II||4||Core|
|$ Winter internship after third semester (Marks Evaluation in 4th semester)|
|Semester IV||1||Manufacturing Technology||3||Core|
|2||Internal Combustion Engine||2||Core|
|4||Introduction to AI||3||Core|
|5||Evolution & Basic Knowledge of Modern Manufacturing||1||Core|
|Semester V||1||Electric and Hybrid Vehicles||3||Core|
|2||Design of Machine Elements||3||Core|
|4||Introduction to Flow management system||1||Core|
|9||Winter Internship III||4||Core|
|$ Winter internship after fifth semester (Marks Evaluation in 6th semester)|
|Semester VI||1||Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines||4||Core|
|3||Flow Management Concepts||1||Core|
|4||AI in Automation||3||Core|
|Semester VII||1||Leadership Skills for Manufacturing||1||Core|
|2||Minor-5 (Option of online)||4||Minor|
|3||SPRINT-VI (Option of online)||2||Life Skills|
|Semester VIII||1||Research paper 1||3||Core|
|4||Minor-5 (Option of online)||4||Minor|
|Total Credits (21+20+27+16+23+25+17+21)||170|
|**Gradable but non-creditable|
|LIST OF DEPARTMENT ELECTIVES|
|Departmental Elective-I (Semester 5)|
|S. No.||Subject Name||Credits|
|1||Industrial Engineering & Management||3|
|3||Internet of Things||3|
|4||Automotive Pollution & Control||3|
|Departmental Elective-II (Semester 6)|
|S. No.||Subject Name||Credits|
|2||Automotive Electrical and Electronics||4|
|3||Ergonomics & Industrial Safety||3|
|4||Design for safety and comfort||3|
|5||Transport Management and Automobile Industry||3|
|6||Quality control and reliability engineering||3|
|7||Electronic Engine Management Systems||3|
|Departmental Elective-III (Semester 6)|
|S. No.||Subject Name||Credits|
|1||Automobile Air Conditioning||4|
|2||Off Road Vehicles||3|
|3||Computer Integrated Manufacturing||3|
|5||Finite Element Method||3|
|7||Advanced Manufacturing Methods||3|
Frequently Asked Questions
Who teaches BTech Mechanical Robotics & AI at Shoolini University?
Shoolini University has experienced and well-qualified teachers as faculty members. Most are doctorates in their respective fields and are actively involved in research and patents. Apart from this, students have regular interactions with industry experts, visiting professors and Professors of Practice.
What are the future opportunities after completing BTech Mechanical Robotics & AI from Shoolini University?
You can enrol in online courses on platforms like Coursera, IBM, Swayam, and get opportunities for paid internships with big Techno companies. Shoolini provides 100% placement to willing students and consultation for higher education.
How do you expose students to industry experience?
You can get industry exposure and experience in various ways, such as internships, where you work in a professional environment to gain hands-on experience. During company visits to local businesses, you can see firsthand what it's like to work in your chosen field. Through job shadowing, you can spend a day or half-day with a professional to gain insights into the day-to-day operations. We organise regular networking events with industry professionals for the exchange of ideas.
Is practical training a part of BTech Mechanical Robotics & AI?
Yes, practical training is a big part of BTech Mechanical Robotics & AI. It includes robotics programming, control systems design & implementation, automation systems design and integration, machine learning for robotics, robotics simulation and testing, mechatronics and sensor integration, and industrial robotics and automation applications.
What are the placement opportunities available for students who have completed BTech Mechanical Robotics & AI at Shoolini University?
Shoolini University has a dedicated and proactive Placement Cell that organises regular campus recruitment drives. Big companies like LT, Videocon, Havells, Microtek, etc., hire our students.
Do you have a strong alumni network?
Yes, we have a strong alumni network in government sectors, Top IT/Tech institutions and companies. They play an active role in voluntary programs like mentoring students in their areas of expertise. Shoolini Alumni Association organises alumni meets every year where they share their knowledge and best practices in each field.
Eligibility: 10+2 with mathematics compulsory & any of the two following subjects — physics / chemistry / computer science / electronics / information technology / biology / informatics practices / biotechnology / technical vocational subject / agriculture / engineering graphics / business studies / entrepreneurship and minimum 60% marks
Admission Criteria: CUET/NEET/JEE/ SAT or Shoolini University's multiple choice entrance test (SU-SAT)
Duration: 4 years
Semester Fee : ₹72,500