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  • 20th May 2012 10:47 AM
    kitkat

    Re: Which B.Tech stream should I opt to become an Engineer in Robotics?

    hai,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear robotics means designing robots , research and develop programs and applications for robots, you have to do testing and product development in the robotics to create the final design ,robotics engineering is the division of engineering and technology of robots,
    it includes manufacture,
    functions,
    design and structural disposition of robots.
    if you are a qualified robotics engineer than you can apply your knowledge in nano technology,
    surgery,
    modern warfare and space exploration,
    the demand on the robotics are very high as they are replacing the humans when the conditions are
    • hazardous,
    • tedious and manipulative in industrial units,
    • space ships,
    • atomic plants,
    • mines and deep sea vessel,
    you have various courses like
    you can do your career in robotics in various courses like
    • diploma in robotics,
    • bachelor of engineering in robotics engineering,
    • bachelor of technology in robotics,
    • bachelor of engineering in advanced robotics,
    • bachelor of engineering in robotics and automation engineering,
    • bachelor of technology in mechatronics engineering,
    • master of engineering in automation and robotics,
    • master of engineering in robotics engineering,
    • master of technology in robotics engineering,
    • master of technology in automation and robotics,

    eligibility for the above undergraduate and post graduate courses in robotics are
    undergraduate courses eligibility
    • you must have 10+2 with science subject like
    • maths,
    • physics,
    • and chemistry,
    • that means you may
    • if you want to get admission in the IIT's than you have to give JEE entrance examination,
    • the duration of this course is 4 years.
    post graduate course
    you have to hold bachelors degree in (B.E/b. TECH) to get eligible for this programme.
    the duration of this course is two years.
    you have various specializations like
    • automation,
    • micro-robotics,
    • bio-cybernetics,
    • medical robotics,
    • signal processing,
    • robot manipulators,
    • design and control,
    • robot manipulators,
    • computational geometry,
    • artificial intelligence,
    • computer aided manufacturing,
    as you want to do robotics this was a very professional career , there are very ample opportunities in this field for robotics engineers,
    • you have various oppertunties in laboratories,
    • space exploration,
    • manufacturing plants,
    • mining and organizations,
    • your job posts will be like
    • trainer,
    • analyser,
    • supervisor,
    • researcher,
    • robotics technician,
    • system engineer,
    • robotics specialist ,
    some of the good colleges in india are
    • Acharya institute of technology-banglore,
    • Adhiyamaan college of engineering-Tamil Nadu,
    • Anna university -Chennai,
    • APIIT-panipat,haryana.
    • Birla institute of technology-ranchi.
    • Ganpat university-Gujarat,
    • Karpagam university-tamilnadu,
    so dear all the best for your career
  • 20th May 2012 08:46 AM
    B M PATIL

    Re: Which B.Tech stream should I opt to become an Engineer in Robotics?

    Now a days robotics is gaining a great scope ...robotics is a branch of engineering and its being offered in one of the top college in karnataka that is BVB COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY HUBLI ..you can get admission into that college either through Kcet or comedk.
  • 20th May 2012 01:45 AM
    punjpro

    Re: Which B.Tech stream should I opt to become an Engineer in Robotics?

    Hi Friend,

    Actually, in recent years Robotics has emerged as a new trade in some colleges like Kalinga,etc!!

    But to become an engineer in Robotics you should have ECE branch or EEE branch and have knowledge of Programming Languages like AVR. For that keep joining camps which allow Robotics .These camps take place frequently in college campuses. You may also simply study Robotics in several Institutes, where robotics is itself a trade

    You can study Robotics in these Famous colleges :

    > IITs in Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur

    > Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

    > National Institute of Technology

    > University of Hyderabad

    > Jadavpur University

    > Birla Institute of Technology and Science

    Hope it helps!!
    ~Punj~
  • 19th May 2012 10:39 PM
    aashisranjan784

    Re: Which B.Tech stream should I opt to become an Engineer in Robotics?

    ROBOTICS IN NOWADAYS IS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY FIELD WHICH INCLUDES ALMOST ALL THE CORE BRANCH .FOR e.g mechnatronics is combination of mechanical engineering,electronics,computer science etc. however robotics is future will become a seperate branch.mechanical enginering includes this which is assisted by elctronics and computer science.
  • 19th May 2012 04:33 PM
    sandilya.jatin

    Re: Which B.Tech stream should I opt to become an Engineer in Robotics?

    Robotics is a versatile branch. At undergraduate level there is no college in india that offers a B.tech in Robotics,although if you are interested in it then mechanical engineering ,electrical engineering as well as computer science are the subjects that you must be knowing of since robotics uses all three of them and is blend of each ! For its study you may take any three of these branches in your UG and then take up M.tech in machine learning or M.tech in robotics .. Its a very interesting branch if you are innovative and creative as well.
  • 19th May 2012 11:33 AM
    hiren mittal

    Which B.Tech stream should I opt to become an Engineer in Robotics?

    hello sir/mam
    which stream should i go for if i want to become an engineer in robotics?

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