About the Program
Mechatronics, which is combined engineering using mechanical and electrical systems, is emerging as a field of choice among students, given its use of telecommunications, robotics, electronics, systems control, computers, and product engineering. Mechantronics makes optimum use of subfields of engineering in order to meet the challenging demands of engineering products that have arisen in the present times. Mechatronics produces design solutions making best use of engineering subfields. Japan has seen maximum use of mechatronics in the recent years as its founder Tetsuro Mori came from the same innovative nation. Also known as precision mechanical engineering, demand for mechatronics engineer engineers is on the rise in India as the nation develops further. This course imparts comprehensive knowledge of mechanical, electronics, control theory, and computer science, as applied to product design and manufacturing. It will ensure optimization of various process functionalities and productivity enhancement.
Top job areas:
Mechantronics is used in multiple industries, like home appliance, optical systems, medical field, aeronautics, several automatic systems and automobile field.
Top job positions:
Process engineers, design engineers, quality engineers, production engineers, and professors.
Who Should Attend?:
• 10+2 (PCM) OR
• 10 plus (2-year or 3-year) Diploma in Automobile Engg./ Mechanical Engg./ Production Engg./Computer Science/ Information Technology/ Power Engg./ Electronics/ Instrumentation/ Plastic Technology/ Electrical/ Electrical & Electronics/ Electronics & Comn./ Textile Technology/ Civil/Chemical Engg./ Mechatronics OR
• 10+ ITI (minimum 2 year) Technician/ Mechanical/ Maintenance/ Machinist/ Repair/ Mechanical/Electrical/ Electronics/ Turner/ Tool & Die Making/ Sheet Metal/ Refrigeration & Air Conditioning/Pump Operator/ Networking, with 2 subjects (1 Language & 1 Academic) passed from any recognisedBoard of Education.
Hero MotoCorp Ltd. is the world’s largest manufacturer of two–wheelers (motorcycles, and scooters) since 2001 with its current turnover of INR 32,000 crores. It commenced its production as a joint venture between Hero Cycles of India and Honda of Japan in 1984, based on Japanese know-how and technology. In August 2011, the company was renamed Hero MotoCorp as a new public company under Brijmohan Lal Munjal, as founder, with head office at New Delhi. They have manufacturing units in Dharuhera, Gurugram, Haridwar, Neemrana and Vadodara.
OJT, Programme Model and Pedagogy:
SVSU has built a strong partnership with the Industry to facilitate students’ employability and entrepreneurship through the On-the-Job Training (OJT). The university has designed, developed and deployed Industry Integrated Dual Education Model (IIDEM) that facilitates “Earn-while-Learn” and provides the students with the opportunity to enhance their qualification with flexibility of entry and exit into a program. HVSU has conceptualised the IIDEM program, which is designed in such a manner where 60 percent of the credits are earned while working on the OJT or on National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme (NAPS), wherever applicable. The students shall also earn stipend for that period. The classroom training shall be imparted by the SVSU faculty and other industry experts. The curriculum is based on theoretical and conceptual training as well as OJT. Practical and workshop experience are the key components of the overall training methodology. Forty percent of the credits shall come from the theoretical and conceptual training. The entire pedagogy is designed to develop application-based learning that will make students job-ready by earning industry work experience and learning the technical concepts hands-on.
Classroom study: Hero MotoCorp Gurukul, Dharuhera Gurugram.
On-the-job training: Hero MotoCorp Gurukul, Dharuhera Gurugram.
Stipend During OJT Period: Rs. 7000-10000
Number of seats: 30
Number of years: 3 years
Admission Dates: Will be announced soon.
Step 1: Entrance exam (70 Marks)
Step 2: Personal interview (30 Marks)
Step 3: Combined merit
Step 4: Counseling based on the marks obtained in combined merit
Step 5: Final merit list