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    Loma Mehta
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    Feb 2012

    Scope and Career opportunities after robotic engineering and Nano technology engineering?

    what and where are the best career opportunities after robotic engineering and nano technology engineering, after 7 years from now?

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    Re: Scope and Career opportunities after robotic engineering and Nano technology engineering?

    Quote Originally Posted by Loma Mehta View Post
    what and where are the best career opportunities after robotic engineering and nano technology engineering, after 7 years from now?

    hello friend,


    A course in robotics trains and educates you in the field of artificial intelligence, computer-aided manufacturing, computer integrated manufacturing system, computational geometry, robot motion planning, digital electronics and micro processing.

    The different facets of building a robot include working on developing the hardware, software, intelligence control and adaptive control of this machine.

    Robotics is not all about designing the robots.

    Its maintenance, developing new applications and conducting research are equally important.

    Specialising in design and control in robotics is close to mechanical engineering.

    For hardware design of robots, a BTech in electrical or electronics and communication engineering forms a good base.

    Computer engineers can look at hardware design in robotics and the controls part requires aspects of electrical engineering.

    This field also requires the application of computer-integrated manufacturing, mechanical engineering, electrical and software engineering and biological mechanics.

    A specialisation in robotics is a popular choice for students going abroad to study.

    This field offers job opportunities and a robotics engineer can apply his mastery in diverse fields like modern warfare, surgery, nano-technology and space-exploration.

    Many funding programmes and scholarships are available for research and PhD. students.

    Developing a robot comes with the goal of finding a solution to the problem.

    Along with the technical know-how, interest in research is essential.

    This field has no boundaries and will continue to grow until the machines take over!

    Selecting your branch of engineering involves social pressures in India… A lot of work that goes into robotics from a mechanical engineering perspective is multidisciplinary — drilling models, visualise how it works, calculation of velocity. There are also things like control systems etc.

    You should also not worry too much about life-settling aspects of your choice.

    A lot of you have the option of charting your career. If you qualify for an IIT or an NIT the confidence you should gain is the ability to get through a competitive exam or a competitive situation.

    You will face a lot of competitive situations in the future. Don’t get unduly worried about the changes. The scope for lateral shift has improved dramatically.

    As part of mechanical engineering, some of the institutes are offering robotics as a subject. Robotics is a real mix of all branches of engineering.

    You need to be good at mechanical engineering, be a good control engineer, a good electronic engineer, any branch of engineering, gets into robotics.

    If one is really passionate about Robotics and you want to pursue that further to B.Tech, Carnegie Mellon University in the U.S.A. is the world’s number one. Prof. Raj Reddy heads that.

    I have one suggestion: please don’t try to specialize too much at B.Tech level.

    At B.Tech level you please get your fundamentals clear in one area of engineering with a flavour of some of the other branches of engineering.

    There is much more scope for you at post graduate level to get into the specialization and may be you should go into industry and come back for a Master’s degree.


    Nanotechnology is derived from the combination of two words Nano and Technology.

    Nano means very small or “miniature”. So, Nanotechnology is the technology in miniature form.

    It is the combination of Bio- technology, Chemistry, Physics and Bio-informatics, etc.

    Nanotechnology originated in India around 16 years back.

    It is in its early development phase and therefore the industry keeps a keen watch over the students who pursue M. Tech. in nanotechnology.

    There are several career opportunities for such students in domestic as well as international markets.

    This new sphere of scientific innovation has a broader scope.

    Several Indian institutes have introduced degree courses in Nanotechnology at both the UG and PG levels.

    The areas covered in the Nanotech are Food and Beverage, Bio- Technology, Forensic Sciences, Genetics, Space Research, Environment industry, Medicine, Agriculture and Teaching.

    The three chief divisions of Nanotech are Nanoelectronics, Nanomaterials, and Nano-Biotechnology.

    The implications of Nanotechnology in India can be found in the field of telecommunications, computing, aerospace, solar energy, and environment.

    However, Nanotech’s major contribution can be seen in the computing, communication and, medical field.

    Nanomedicine is the most important field of Nanotechnology.

    The nano level gadgets and materials are used for diagnosing and treatment of diseases.

    Nano-Pharmacology has generated a specific category of smart drugs that affect negligible side effects.

    The use of Nanotech has also helped in the detection of narcotics and fingerprints of the suspected criminals.

    The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, also known as CSIR has set up 38 laboratories in India dedicated to research in Nanotechnology.

    This technology will be used in diagnostic kits, improved water filters and sensors and drug delivery.

    The research is being conducted on using it to reduce pollution emitted by the vehicles.

    Looking at the progressive prospects of Nanotechnology in India, Nanobiosym Inc., a US-based leading nanotechnology firm is planning to set up India’s first integrated nanotechnology and biomedicine technology park in Himachal Pradesh.

    Nanotechnology has certainly acquired an essential position in the Indian Economy and Scientific Research Department and it is expected to reach the pinnacle of Development thereby making India a role model for the countries of the world.

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!

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