Bachelor of Science (Honours) Electronics with Specialization in Robotics and Application

Bachelor of Science (Honours) Electronics with Specialization in Robotics and Application

School of Engineering and Technology (SET)

  • Program Code

    00020

  • Level

    Graduate

  • Duration

    3 Years

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About the Programme

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Electronics with a Specialization in Robotics and Application is a three-year graduate program designed to provide students with a comprehensive and deep understanding of technology and current practices in electronic engineering along with its applications in robotics, including digital systems and control systems.
 
This program helps students develop advanced integrated engineering knowledge, essential for success in the robotics industry and deals with the design, construction, operation and use of robots along with the computer systems for their control, information processing, and sensory feedback.
 
During this program, individuals learn how to manage robotic control systems, understand mechanics, applied electronics and machinery. Advanced mathematics is also an essential component of the degree.

This course is for individuals who...

Individuals   with analytical and problem-solving skills and a deep interest in automation and electrical aspect of machines as well as researching, designing, and building new robots are an ideal fit for this program.

Students who are looking for...

A challenging career in the robotics industry with opportunities of working on cutting-edge technologies and applications. Individual looking for gaining fundamental skills in programming, operating systems, software design, applied mathematics and network architecture should opt for this program.

Course Fee
Fee Per Semester Fee Per Year
For National Students 46 500 90 000
For International Students 1950 3800
Syllabus

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Course Code

Course Title

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Credits

    1

ECR110

Basic Circuit Theory and Network Analysis

4

0

4

6

2

ECR 011

Programming for Problem Solving for robotics

4

0

4

6

3

EVS103

Environmental Science

2

0

0

2

4

ECR111

Mathematics Foundation for Robotics

4

2

0

6

 

Credits in Term 1

14

2

8

20

Syllabus for the Courses:

ECR110: Basic Circuit Theory and Network Analysis

This course is about basic concepts of circuit components resistance capacitance and inductance and analyzing small RLC circuits. It also describes use of network techniques like node analysis and loop analysis to write equations for large linear circuits. The course explains applications of Thevenin and Norton theorems to analyze and design for maximum power transfer and apply the concept of linearity and the associated technique of superposition to circuits and networks.

ECR 011: Programming for Problem Solving for robotics

This course introduces students to the field of computer science as a discipline for solving problems through computation and provides the foundation for more advanced courses on programming and software development. Also it gives idea about data structures and algorithms.

ECR111: Mathematics Foundation for Robotics

This course will be useful to all students for graduation in electronics and robotics as well. Topics include applications of differential equation concepts techniques of mathematical proof matrices sequences and series and complex numbers. The course may include additional topics at the discretion of the instructor

EVS103: Environmental Science

This course is designed with the scientific principles concepts and methodologies required understanding the interrelationships of the natural world to identify and analyze environmental problems both natural and human-made to evaluate the relative risks associated with these problems and to examine alternative solutions for preventing them.

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Course Code

Course Title

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Credits

1

ENG107/109

Functional English for Beginners-I/FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH INTERMEDIATE I

2

0

0

2

2

ECR120

Semiconductor Devices

4

2

0

6

3

ECR121

Applied Physics

4

0

4

6

4

ECR012

Application based programming in Python

2

0

4

4

5

ECR013

Introduction to Industrial Environment

0

0

2

1

 

Credits in Term 2

12

2

10

19

ENG107/109: Functional English for Beginners/ Intermediate

This is an intermediate course designed to groom the students with the personal attributes personality traits inherent social cues and  communication abilities  needed for success on the job.

ECR120:   Semiconductor Devices

This course provides a detailed fundamental analysis and discussion on various semiconductor devices. It covers characteristics and operation principle of diode Bipolar junction transistor (BJT) metaloxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) and heterojunction devices. After successful completion of the course students will acquire a thorough understanding on the devices and be able to apply the knowledge to the development of new and novel devices for different applications.

ECR121 : Applied Physics

Applied Physics is a science course for students interested in the technical fields. This course is designed for the student who needs a broad understanding of physics and the ability to apply those principles in the work force. It is a lab-based approach to the concepts of force work rate power resistance and energy as they may apply in mechanical fluid electrical and thermal systems. The course also includes the concept of quantum mechanics

ECR012:Application based Programming in Python

This course introduces students to the field of computer science as a discipline for solving problems through computation and provides the foundation for more advanced courses on programming and software development. Also it gives idea about data structures and algorithms.

ECR013: Introduction to Industrial Environment

Introduction to Industrial Environmentis incorporated in the curriculum for making the electronics students aware about the latest technology in industry with some real on-the-job experience.

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Credits

1

ECR210

Electronics Circuits

4

0

4

6

2

ECR211

Digital Electronics and Verilog/VHDL

4

0

4

6

3

ECR213

C Programming and Data Structures

4

0

4

6

4

ARP203

Aptitude Reasoning and Business Communication Skills-Basic

0

0

4

2

5

ECR014

sensors and transducers of robotics

4

0

4

6

 

Credits in Term 3

16

0

20

26

ECR210: Electronics Circuits

The course contents introduction to semiconductor devices. Characteristics and biasing of diodes and transistors. Design and analysis of circuits using diodes bipolar transistors and field effect transistors. Application of transistors as amplifiers and switches.

ECR211: Digital Electronics and Verilog/VHDL

This course covers combinational and sequential logic circuits. Topics include number systems Boolean algebra logic families multiplexer demultiplexer programmable logic circuits and other related topics. Upon completion students should be able to construct analyze verify and troubleshoot digital circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment as well as can model and simulate using verilog and vhdl.

ECR213:C Programming and Data Structures

In this course part of the Algorithms and Data Structures MicroMasters program we consider the common data structures that are used in various computational problems. You will learn how these data structures are implemented in different programming languages and will practice implementing them in our programming assignments. This will help you to understand what is going on inside a particular built-in implementation of a data structure and what to expect from it. You will also learn typical use cases for these data structures.

Aptitude Reasoning and Business Communication Skills-Basic

This Level 1 blended training approach equips the students for industry employment readiness and combines elements of soft skills and numerical abilities to achieve this purpose.

ECR014: Sensors and Transducers of Robotics

The course is intended to know principles of different of types of sensors and transducers of robotics systems. It is also gives knowledge on signal processing of different types of sensors and transducers. This course gives knowledge of image capturing and basic process techniques. Finally details real time robotics sensors systems have been discussed.

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Course Title

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Credits

1

ECR220

Operational Amplifiers and Applications

4

0

4

6

2

ECR221

Signals and Systems

4

0

4

6

3

ECR223

Electronic Instrumentation

4

0

4

6

4

ARP204

Aptitude Reasoning and Business Communication Skills-Intermediate

0

0

4

2

5

ECR015

Mechatronics of Robotics

4

0

4

6

 

Credits in Term 4

16

0

20

26

ECR220: Operational Amplifiers and Applications

The course includes the design of elements in bipolar? and CMOS?based op amps feedback power supplies linear and non?linear applications circuits with the op amp as the basic building block and transistor circuits for realizing basic digital circuits. This course provides sufficient basic knowledge for the undergraduate to understand the design of op amps and their applications as well as the design of digital circuits

ECR221 :Signals and Systems

This course is about various classifications of both continuous and discrete time signals and systems. The spectral analysis of periodic & a periodic signals using Fourier Series and Fourier transform is discussed for both CT as well as for DT signals. Analysis and characterization of the CT-LTI systems through Laplace Transform and Fourier Transform and for LTI-DT systems through Z Transform and DTFT is also discussed.

ECR223: Electronic Instrumentation

This course covers the fundamentals of instrumentation used in industry. Emphasis is on electric electronic and other instruments. It covers basics of measurements using multimeter bridges and oscilloscope. It also includes different types of transducers and sensors operations and their applications.

Aptitude Reasoning and Business Communication Skills-Intermediate

This course bundle allows students to build vision mission and strategy statements while exposing them to various models of communication along with MTI reduction and the 2nd level of quant aptitude and reasoning abilities

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Credits

1

ECR310

Microprocessor and Microcontrollers

4

0

4

6

2

ECR311

Consumer electronics

3

0

4

5

3

DSC1

Discipline Specific Elective -1

4

0

4

6

4

DSC2

Discipline Specific Elective -2

4

0

4

6

5

ECR313

Industrial Interface of Robotics

0

0

4

2

 

Credits in Term 5

15

0

20

25

ECR310 :Microprocessor and Microcontrollers

This course aims at teaching primary concept of programming with machine language. It also aims to train the student for automated system design with the programming intelligence. The objective of this course is to become familiar with the architecture and the instruction set of 8-bit microprocessor and popular PIC microcontroller. Assembly language programming will be studied as well as the design of various types of digital and analog interfaces. The accompanying lab is designed to provide practical hands-on experience with microprocessor and microcontroller software applications and interfacing techniques

ECR311: Consumer electronics

This course is actually related to Consumer electronics  or  home electronics  are  electronic  (analog  or  digital) equipments intended for everyday use typically in private homes. Consumer electronics include study of devices used for  entertainment  (flatscreen  TVs   DVD players   video games   remote control cars etc.)   communications  (telephones   cell phones   e-mail-capable  laptops etc.) and  home-office  activities (e.g.   desktop computers   printers   paper shredders etc.)

Discipline Specific Elective-1

This course allows the students to choose the subjects of his/her own interest from the bunch of the BSc. Robotics courses

Discipline Specific Elective-2

This course allows the students to choose the subjects of his/her own interest from the bunch of the BSc. Robotics courses

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Credits

1

ECR320

Communication Electronics

4

0

4

6

2

ECR321

Optoelectronics

4

0

4

6

3

DSC3

Discipline Specific Elective -3

4

0

4

6

4

DSC4

Discipline Specific Elective -4

4

0

4

6

 

Credits in Term 6

16

0

16

24

  Total Credits: 140

Minimum Credits essential for the Programme:140

ECR320: Communication Electronics

The course will introduce the participants to the signal representation in time and frequency domain basic analog communication techniques like modulation theory system design for analog modulator and demodulator random process and noise analysis.

ECR321: Optoelectronics

Opto-electronics field is one of the important futuristic subject for electrics students. There are plenty of applications of optoelectronics. This subject gives basic practical knowledge on the above.   

Discipline Specific Elective-3

This course allows the students to choose the subjects of his/her own interest from the bunch of the BSc. Robotics courses

Discipline Specific Elective-4

This course allows the students to choose the subjects of his/her own interest from the bunch of the BSc. Robotics courses

Eligibility Criteria
For National Students
  • Sr. Secondary (10+2) with minimum 50% marks.
  • Mathematics/Statistics/Computer/Information Science being one of the subjects.
For International Students The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.
Career path you can choose after the course
  • Project Engineer    
  • Automated Product Design Engineer    
  • Robotics System Engineer 
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Recon Robotics
  • Mazor Robotics
  • Gridbots Technologies
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Boston Dynamics
  • Anybots
  • Honeywell
  • Aldebaran Robotics
  • ACE Automation
  • Omnipresent Robotics

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