B.E. MECHANICAL – Industry Supported Labs
Industry Supported Labs
BOSCH REXROTH Lab for Industrial Automation:
The Department of Mechanical Engineering in collaboration with Bosch Rexroth (a renowned multinational company specializing in Automation technologies), has set up a Lab for facilitating students to get trained in the latest technological advancements in Industrial Automation. The Lab aims at training students, of various institutions (Engineering, Diploma and ITI) and Industry personnel in the Automation field to enable them to have hands on experience and up gradation of knowledge and skills. After initial training to faculty members, the trainings for students started in the Lab.
- To help students in developing practical skills in automation technologies through short term and long-term trainings.
- To provide extensive training to the industrial operations and control at supervisory and middle management personnel levels.
- To provide an insight into major/minor research area in the field of automation.
- To assist students in their final year project / mini projects.
- To improve employability skills to the students in Industrial Automation Sectors
Facilities available in the center:
- Air-conditioned laboratory space
- Audio Visual Class Room equipped with modern teaching aids.
Equipment (supplied by Bosch-Rexroth)
- Programmable Logic Controller kits
- Sensorics kits
- Web Trainer for Automation Technologies
- Indra Logic software for PLC
- BE/ B.Tech / Diploma Engineers
- Working professionals from Maintenance, Projects, Quality, R & D, Production, Design, Service, Application Engineering (option of Week-end Classes).
- ITI (Electrician/ Electronics / Fitter etc.) Professionals with industry experience.
- II / III / IV year Engineering students looking for summer / Winter Training (with project guidance).
- Companies looking to meet Training Needs of their technical staff.
- Awareness programmes of 2/3 days duration
- Training programmes on PLCs (12 hours to 40 hours duration)
- Internship / Training on professional practice