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ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Welcome to the Mechatronics Engineering Department, a newly-born and distinguished department at Akshaya College of Engineering and Technology. The department was established with an intake of 60 students in the year 2013 with well-educated and trained Mechatronics Engineers. Mechatronics Engineering can be defined as synergistic combination of Mechanical, Electronics, Control, and Computer Engineering integrated horizontally and vertically through the design processes and manufacturing.

The Strength of the Mechatronics Engineering Program stems from three principles:

Curriculum: We provide our students with innovative and outstanding curriculum that meets the International Standards of quality in education. The Mechatronics Engineering Department is committed to the continuous improvement of curriculum to satisfy the needs of its stakeholders.

Faculty: Our department possesses distinguished faculty members from diverse professional and academic areas who earned their degrees from prestigious universities.

Facilities: The Department is well equipped with necessary furniture and state-of-art equipment to provide our students and faculty members with an appropriate educational environment. The Department encompasses blended learning (e-Learning) classrooms, well equipped laboratory and computing resources.

VISION

  • To develop competent Mechatronics Engineers by imparting high quality Knowledge, Research capabilities, Employability, Entrepreneurship and human values, to meet the Challenges in the Globalized Technological society..

MISSION

  • DM1: To adopt transforming teaching-learning strategies in the field of Mechatronics Engineering by providing relevant industrial exposure with innovative and value-based research.
  • DM2: To have ample mechanisms for understanding the implementation of Mechatronics concept in realistic scenarios and to make the students readily employable in industries.
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    DM3: To nurture entrepreneurial skills with social and ethical values for professional excellence.

     

FROM THE HOD’S DESK

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Prof. V.MOHANKUMAR
Head of the Department

The Department commenced its academic journey in the year 2013, and built up ambience and infrastructural facilities for effective academic and research activities over the period. Our students have excelled in curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Mechatronics major combines the areas of Mechanical, Electronics, Computer Systems and Software Engineering to equip students with requisite skills in Robotics and Automation.

Mechatronics Engineering programme is whole tailored towards molding competent engineers that would oversee the design, manufacture and optimization of products that serve humanity, keeping firmly in mind the urgent sustainable technological need of a developing nation and the global community at large.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE

  • PEO1- Modern Technological Development : To promote a rich diversity of skills using most modern technologies to contribute for the community service and engage in lifelong learning for carrying out engineering practices with competence.
  • PEO2- Higher Education & Research: To encourage students for pursuing higher studies and therewith innovate and embark on new directions in advancing the Mechatronics technologies.
  • PEO3- Industrial Proficiency: To foster graduates capable of designing complex Mechatronics system to serve current industrial needs and develop innovative technologies.
  • PEO4- Entrepreneurs: To promote entrepreneurial skills for becoming competent, innovative and responsible professionals with utmost ethical values.

PROGRAMME OUTCOME

  • Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

  • PSO 1: Automation: Develop automation systems by selecting and designing suitable components in manufacturing systems.
  • PSO 2: CAD/CAM/CAE: Develop and implement new ideas on product design with the help of Design tools.

Dr.R.Sivakumar

Name Dr.R.Sivakumar
Designation Professor
Qualification UG B. E Mechanical
PG M.S Mechanical
Ph.D Mechanical Engineering
Date of joining the institution 16.05.2019
Experience in years Teaching 9 Years 5 Months
Industry 14 Years 5 Months
Research 4 Years
Total 24 Years
Areas of specialization Green supply Chain Management , Ewaste,Optimization
Papers Published in Journals National
International 6
Papers presented in Conferences National 1
International 2
Email Id sivakumarr@acetcbe.edu.in

Dr.V.Boopathi sabareesh

Name Dr.V.Boopathi sabareesh
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification UG B.E-Mechanical Engineering
PG M.E -CAD-CAM
PhD Acoustics (IITM)
Date of joining the institution 12.06.2013
Experience in years Teaching 9 Years 11 Months
Industry
Research 6 Years
Total 15 Years 11 months
Areas of specialization Aeroacoustics
Papers Published in Journals National
International 3
Papers presented in Conferences National
International 6
Email Id boopashiva@acetcbe.edu.in

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Mr.V.Mohankumar

Name Mr.V.Mohankumar
Designation Head of the Department
Qualification UG B.E -Mechanical
PG M.E-Engineering design
Ph.D Pursuing
Date of joining the institution 01-06-2013
Experience in years Teaching 7 Years 6 Months
Industry
Research 4 Years
Total 7 Years 6 Months
Areas of specialization Engineering design
Papers Published in Journals National
International 3
Papers presented in Conferences National
International 1
Email Id mohankumar@acetcbe.edu.in

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Mr.C.Rajasekar

Name Mr.C.Rajasekar
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E-Mechanical Engineering
PG M.E-Thermal Engineering
Ph.D
Date of joining the institution 01/06/2013
Experience in years Teaching 6 years 6 months
Industry
Research
Total 6 years 6 months
Areas of specialization Thermal Engineering
Papers Published in Journals National
International 5
Papers presented in Conferences National 2
International 2
Email Id crajasekar@acetcbe.edu.in

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Ms.C.Lavanpriya

Name Ms.C.Lavanpriya
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E-Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
PG M.E-Industrial Engineering
Ph.D Pursuing
Date of joining the institution 01/07/2013
Experience in years Teaching 5 years 6 months
Industry
Research 4 Years
Total 5 years 6 months
Areas of specialization Industrial Engineering
Papers Published in Journals National 4
International 1
Papers presented in Conferences National
International 2
Email Id lavanpriya@acetcbe.edu.in

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Mr.K.Madanmohan

Name Mr.K.Madanmohan
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E-Mechanical Engineering
PG M.Tech-CAD/CAM
Ph.D Pursuing
Date of joining the institution 02/05/2014
Experience in years Teaching 9 years 6 months
Industry 10 months
Research 4 Years
Total 10 years 4 months
Areas of specialization CAD/CAM
Papers Published in Journals National
International
Papers presented in Conferences National 1
International
Email Id madanmohank84@acetcbe.edu.in

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Mr.R.Gokulraju

Name Mr.R.Gokulraju
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E-Mechanical Engineering
PG M.E-Industrial Engineering
Ph.D
Date of joining the institution 02/05/2014
Experience in years Teaching 8 years 6 months
Industry 3 years 8 months
Research
Total 12 years 2 months
Areas of specialization Industrial Engineering
Papers Published in Journals National
International 5
Papers presented in Conferences National 1
International 1
Email Id gokulraja@acetcbe.edu.in

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Mr.K.Vigneshwar

Name Mr.K.Vigneshwar
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E-Mechatronics
PG M.E-Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Ph.D
Date of joining the institution 04/07/2014
Experience in years Teaching 4 Years 5 Months
Industry 2 years
Research
Total 6 Years 5 Months
Areas of specialization Advanced Manufacturing
Papers Published in Journals National
International 2
Papers presented in Conferences National 2
International
Email Id vigneshwar@acetcbe.edu.in

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Mr.N.Dhamodharan

Name Mr.N.Dhamodharan
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E. Mechatronics
PG M.E. CAD/CAM
Ph.D
Date of joining the institution 04-06-2015
Experience in years Teaching 4 Years 6 Months
Industry
Research
Total 4 Years 6 Months
Areas of specialization CAD/CAM
Papers Published in Journals National
International 4
Papers presented in Conferences National 1
International 2
Email Id dhamodharan@acetcbe.edu.in

Ms.B.Thilagavathi

Name Ms.B.Thilagavathi
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E. ECE
PG M.E. VLSI Design
Ph.D NIL
Date of joining the institution 04.06.2015
Experience in years Teaching 3 Years 6 Months
Industry NIL
Research NIL
Total 3 Years 6 Months
Areas of specialization VLSI Design
Papers Published in Journals National NIL
International 1
Papers presented in Conferences National 2
International 4
Email Id thilagavathi@acetcbe.edu.in

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Mrs.K.P.Saranya

Name Mrs.K.P.Saranya
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E. ECE
PG M.E.Applied Electronics
Ph.D NIL
Date of joining the institution 17/12/2015
Experience in years Teaching 3 Years
Industry NIL
Research NIL
Total 3 Years
Areas of specialization Applied Electronics
Papers Published in Journals National NIL
International NIL
Papers presented in Conferences National 1
International NIL
Email Id saranyakp@acetcbe.edu.in

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Ms.U.Sindhu Bala

Name Ms.U.Sindhu Bala
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E. ECE
PG M.E.Applied Electronics
Ph.D NIL
Date of joining the institution 25/07/2018
Experience in years Teaching 4 Months
Industry NIL
Research NIL
Total 4 Months
Areas of specialization Applied Electronics
Papers Published in Journals National NIL
International 2
Papers presented in Conferences National NIL
International 2
Email Id sindhubala@acetcbe.edu.in

Mr.S.Vinoth

Name Mr.S.Vinoth
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification UG B.E-Mechatronics
PG M.E-Mechatronics
Ph.D
Date of joining the institution 29/06/2018
Experience in years Teaching 3 Years 4 Months
Industry
Research
Total 3 Years 4 Months
Areas of specialization Mechatronics
Papers Published in Journals National
International 1
Papers presented in Conferences National
International 3
Email Id vinoths@acetcbe.edu.in

Mr.D.Mahesh Kumar (Supporting Staff)

Name Mr.D.Mahesh Kumar
Designation Lab Assistant
Qualification ITI
Year since serving in Department 2014
Experience 4 Years 6 Months

CNC Laboratory

This laboratory is aimed at introducing the know-how of common processes used in industries for manufacturing parts by removal of material in a controlled manner. Auxiliary methods for machining to desired accuracy and quality will also be covered. The emphasis throughout the laboratory course will be on understanding the basic features of the processes rather than details of constructions of machine.

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Dynamics Laboratory

The objective of the lab is to understand the method of static force analysis and dynamic force analysis of mechanisms and to study the undesirable effects of unbalances in rotors and engines. The lab is also used to understand the concept of vibratory systems, their analysis, and the principles of governors and gyroscopes

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Machine Shop

Machine shop introduces the basic concepts of some manufacturing processes and fabrication techniques, such as metal casting, metal joining, metal forming and plastics component manufacture. Students gain hands on experience on working of general-purpose machine tools and on various manufacturing processes.

 

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Fluid Mechanics & Machinery

The students have hands on experience in flow measurements using different devices and also perform calculation related to losses in pipes and also perform characteristic study of pumps, turbines etc., the applications of the conservation laws to flow through pipes and hydraulic machines are studied.

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CAD/CAM LABORATORY

CAD Lab of this institute was established for concept design and product realization. This lab is to primarily facilitate students to evolve concepts and convert it into a complete product. The process of design, simulation and prototyping takes place in a digitally integrated environment. The facility has been designed and structured to take care of professional certification programs for students, consultancy for industries and to also carry out globally outstanding research.

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Microprocessor Laboratory

The objective of this laboratory is to provide the basics of the processors and to develop them to understand the concepts of low level programming, to provide solid foundation on interfacing the external devices to the processor according to the user requirements and to create novel products and solutions for the real time problems
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MICROCONTROLLER AND PLC LABORATORY

The objective of this laboratory is to provide practical experience with microcontroller systems, develop them to understand the assembly language programs and provide solid foundation on interfacing the external devices to the microcontroller. To construct the PLC programs in ladder logic and to test and debug the programs using programmable logic controller.
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SENSORS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY

The objective of this laboratory is to expose the students to understand the basics of sensors and the methods of processing their signals and to provide them with hands on experience to measure different signals using sensors and processing them in required form.
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The Value Added Education Courses aim to provide additional learner centric graded skill oriented technical training, with the primary objective of improving the employability skills of the students. The main objectives of the program are:

  1. To provide students an understanding of the expectations of industry.
  2. To improve employability skills of the students.
  3. To bridge the skill gaps and make students industry ready.
  4. To provide an opportunity to students to develop inter-disciplinary skills.

SCADA

The term SCADA stands for Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition. A SCADA system is a common process automation system which is used to gather data from sensors and instruments located at remote sites and to transmit and display this data at a central site for control or monitoring purposes. The collected data is usually viewed on one or more SCADA Host computers located at the central or master site. SCADA Host computers also provide functions for graphical displays, alarming, trending and historical storage of data. A real world SCADA system can monitor and control hundreds to hundreds of thousands of I/O points.
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 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

C Programming

This course provides students with a comprehensive study of the C programming language. Lectures stress the strengths of C, which provide programmers with the means of writing efficient, maintainable, and portable code.

PLC

A Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is a device that is capable of being programmed to perform control functions. Compared to relay logic controls, the PLC’s advantages include easy programming and installation, high control speed, hardware and software security, network compatibility, troubleshooting and testing convenience, and high reliability. PLCs are currently used widely in industrial and commercial environments. This course covers PLC hardware structure, input/output modules, software, and programming.
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Programmable Logic Controller

AutoCAD

AutoCAD is a commercial software application for 2D and 3D Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and drafting – available since 1982 as a desktop application and since 2010 as a mobile web- and cloud-based app marketed as AutoCAD 360AutoCAD is used across a wide range of industries, by architects, project managers, engineers, graphic designers, and other professionals. It is supported by 750 training centers worldwide as of 1994.
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SOLIDWORKS

SolidWorks (stylized as SOLIDWORKS), is a solid modeling Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) software program that runs on Microsoft Windows. The Solid Works is produced by the Dassault Systems a subsidiary of Dassault Systems, S. A. based in vellizy, France since 1997.
SolidWorks is currently used by over 2 million engineers and designers at more than 165,000 companies worldwide. In 2011-12, the fiscal revenue for Solid Works was reported $483 million.
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Pro/ENGINEER

PTC Creo, formerly known as Pro/ENGINEER is a parametric, integrated 3D CAD/CAM/CAE solution created by Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC). It was the first to market with parametric, feature-based, associative solid modeling software. The application runs on Microsoft Windows platform, and provides solid modeling, assembly modelling and drafting, finite element analysis, direct and parametric modelling, sub-divisional and nurbs surfacing, and NC and tooling functionality for mechanical engineers.
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ANSYS

ANSYS, Inc. is an engineering simulation software (computer-aided engineering, or CAE) developer headquartered south of Pittsburgh in the Southpointe business park in Cecil Township, Pennsylvania, United States. One of its most significant products is Ansys CFD, a proprietary computational fluid dynamics (CFD) program.
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CATIA

CATIA (Computer Aided Three-dimensional Interactive Application) is a multi-platform CAD/CAM/CAE commercial software suite developed by the French company Dassault Systemes directed by Bernard Charles. Written in the C++ programming language, CATIA is the cornerstone of the Dassault Systemes software suite.It was later adopted in the aerospace, automotive, shipbuilding, and other industries.
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  • Our students were awarded Overall Championship in PANCHAMITHRA 2K15 at P.A College of Engineering & Technology.
  • Our students S.Vignesh and D.Vinay have secured third place in paper presentation conducted at PA College of Engineering & Technology-Pollachi
  • S.Vignesh and S.Arjun have won first place in Technical Quiz conducted at PA College of Engineering & Technology-Pollachi.
  • V.Hemanth Raj won first prize in Solo dance conducted at PA College of Engineering & Technology-Pollachi.
  • M.Karthikeyan , S.V.Manikandan, C. Vignesh Kumar , B.Vinoth Kumar and D.Vinay have won second prize in Executive Theme show conducted by Karpagam College of Engineering-Coimbatore
  • Vignesh. S won first prize in Dumbcharades conducted by PSG College of Arts & Science-Coimbatore.

CONFERENCE

  • Department has organized an International Conference on Current Trends in Engineering and Technology’14 (ICCTET’14).

GUEST LECTURE

  • A Guest Lecture on role of design in Industries was delivered by Mr.T.Suresh, Senior Quality Engineer, ZF Wind power Ltd, Coimbatore on 14.02.2015.
  • A Guest lecture on Recent trends in Automobiles was given by Shri Sony Sebastian, General Manager, Asia -Pacific Launch, Product development of M/S Ford India (P) Limited.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

The department students have membership in the following bodies

miste Indian Society for Technical Education (MISTE)
iws Indian Welding Society (IWS)
sae Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

CLUB

The entire students of the department are the active members of ROBOTICS CLUB, which is been run by the department.

Objectives:

  • To provide a platform for students to show case their creativity and innovation.
  • To club together the knowledge from various branches of engineering into the field of robotics
  • To develop cost effective robotic platforms for education purpose.
  • To popularize the field of robotics in the young engineering community.

ACTIVITIES OF ROBOTICS CLUB

The Robotics Club’s mission is to increase enthusiasm and knowledge towards robotics by providing a hands-on and multi-disciplinary collaborative experience in designing, building, and robots programming. Club includes the collection of hardware, software and others that are interested in the exciting world of robotics

Robotics Laboratory

Inauguration of Robotics Laboratory – Poster

The robotics laboratory was inaugurated on 22.08.2015 on behalf of that we are conducted A NXT GEN FUTBOL LEAGUE 2015 program for the school students
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NXT GEN FUTBOL LEAGUE 2015

NXT GEN FUTBOL LEAGUE 2015

TRAINING FOR FACULTY MEMBERS

Faculty members of Mechatronics Department undergo the robotics training in order to get familiar with designing, building and programming the robotics. The following faculty members have attended the robotics training program R.S.Karrthik, N.Dhamodharan, R.Gopinath.

GRADUATION DAY PHOTO – BATCH 2013 – 2017
Mr.V.HEMANTH RAJ OF 2013- 2017 BATCH HAS SECURED 11TH RANK IN ANNA UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS
Mr.D.VINAY OF 2013- 2017 BATCH HAS SECURED 10TH RANK IN ANNA UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS
Department of MECHATRONICS Organized One Day Industrial Visit to Axis Global Automation, Coimbatore on 30.6.2018 for II MECHATRONICS students. Students were accompanied with Prof.C.RAJASEKAR, Assistant Professor, Department of MECHATRONICS.
Department of MECHATRONICS organized one day industrial visit to Dr.MCET, POLLACHI on 27.6.2018 for III MECHATRONICS students. Students were accompanied with Prof.N.DHAMODHARAN, Assistant Professor, Department of MECHATRONICS.
Students of II MECHATRONICS attending Value added program on PCB Design at Akshaya college of engineering and Technology from 25.6.2018 to 29.6.2018.
Students of III MECHATRONICS attending value added program on PLC at Akshaya college of engineering and Technology from 18.6.2018 to 20.6.2018.
Students of IV MECHATRONICS attending Value added program on LABVIEW at Akshaya college of engineering and Technology from 21/6/2018 to 23/6/2018 , 25/6/2018 to 29/6/2018.
Students of MECHATRONICS participating in blood donation camp organised by SHANTHI SOCIAL SERVICE at Akshaya college of engineering and Technology On 10.7.2018.
Students of III & IV MECHATRONICS attending guest lecture “Embedded system hardware design practice” at Akshaya college of engineering and Technology on 7.7.2018.
Students of IV MECHATRONICS attending Smart Online Test at Akshaya College of engineering on 18.7.18.
Prof.N.DHAMODHARAN participated in National Level Workshop on INTELLIGENT AUTOMATION USING INDUSTRY 4.0 conducted at Dr.Mahalingam College of Engineering and Technology from 13.6.2018 to 14.6.2018.
Our students Inaugurating the Alumni Meet 2018 on 25.03.2018
ALUMNI MEET 2018
III year Mechatronics Students were attended the “PLC” value added program from 3.07.17 to 8.07.17 conducted by Axis Global Institute of Industrial Training, Coimbatore.
III year Mechatronics Students were attended the “PLC” value added program from 3.07.17 to 8.07.17 conducted by Axis Global Institute of Industrial Training, Coimbatore.
Value added program on printed circuit board design (PCB DESIGN) from 17.07.17 to 21.07.17 conducted by Thick Technologies, Coimbatore for II year Mechatronics students.
Resource Person Mr.Ashwin Venkatesh is delivering his lecture on “PCB Design”
Mr.R.Ajith and Mr.D.Rajasekaran, Axis global institute of industrial training ( AGIIT) conducted the value added program on Robot Simulation software Motoman from 11.12.2017 to 15.12.2017.
Industrial Training on ARM processors at Technopac Automation, Coimbatore.
Students demonstrating their project during their industrial training at TechnoPac Automation.
Inaugural function of Department Association and welcome function organized by Department of Mechatronics Engineering.
S.Kaviyarasan of IV Year Student is welcoming the II Year student Sanjay to Mechatronics Department.
Inauguration of Department Association “MECHATRON” by Alumina of our Mechatronics student.
An industrial visit to Industry Institute collaboration on ROBOTICS at PSG Tech, Coimbatore.
The students of IV Year Mechatronics went on an Industrial visit on 04.08.2017 to Industry Institute collaboration on ROBOTICS at PSG Tech, Coimbatore.
The students of IV Year Mechatronics went on an Industrial visit on 04.08.2017 to Industry Institute collaboration on ROBOTICS at PSG Tech, Coimbatore.
Industrial Visit at Integra Automation, Coimbatore for II & III year Mechatronics students on 23.09.2017.
Chief guest Mr.Senthil kumar, Mighty Electronics was interacting with the students in Tech Day celebration – Odd semester.
Chief Guest Mr.Senthil kumar, Mighty Electronics was evaluating the project in Tech Day celebration – Odd semester.
Chief Guest Mr.J.Senthil Prakash, General Manager, Technopac Automation & Controls, Coimbatore was evaluating the project in Tech Day celebration – Even semester.
III Year Mechatronics Students demonstrating their project during Tech Day celebration – Even semester.

 

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International Conference on Current Trends in Engineering and Technology’14 (ICCTET’14).

civGuest lecture on recent trends in automobiles by shri sony sebastian, General Manager, M/S Ford India (P) Limited, Chengalpattu, Tamilnadu.
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A National Level Design Awareness Programme AUTOSTROKE2014.

civMoU Signed between ACET and Indo Shell Mould (p) Ltd, Coimbatore.
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MADOX 2K15-A National Level Technical Symposium.

1II year mechatronics students were attended the value added program on PLC PROGRAMMING conducted by AMPEX AUTOMATION CONTROLS

2 III year mechatronics students were attended the value added program on  conducted by AMPEX AUTOMATION CONTROLS

4MADOX 2K15-A Quad-Copter Event