The Department of Mechatronics at SVCE was established in 2018 and offers a 4-year B.E course in Mechatronics with an integrated curriculum to provide a broad-based education in the basic principles of electrical, electronics, computing, mechanical & control systems.


The Mechatronics department endeavors to be an excellent research and educational program in the multidisciplinary fields of engineering.


Student  | Faculty

Mission 1

To impart high quality education by adopting excellent teaching methods to develop next generation of innovative leaders.

Mission 2

To build quality and responsible graduates to pursue higher studies and perform research for meeting global requirements.

Mission 3

To inculcate communication skills, leadership, ethics and strong entrepreneurship among students for their sustained growth.

Program Educational Objectives


Prepare mechatronics graduates to design and develop an intelligent product by utilizing their technical skills and to be a high tech leader.


Graduates of the programme will be succeeding to take up their career in research and pursue higher studies through lifelong learning.


Graduates will be able to lead a team with the qualities of professional, social and ethical responsibilities.

Program Specific Outcomes


Able to acquire concepts of Electronics, Mechanical, Instrumentation and communication for Mechatronics Engineering application.


Able to apply knowledge of PLC, SCADA and Artificial Intelligence for Industrial Automation.

Program Outcomes

PO1. Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, information science and engineering to design and solve complex problems in mechatronics engineering.

PO2. Problem Analysis: An ability to Identify, formulate, research, literature and analyze mechatronics Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Engineering Sciences.

PO3. Design/ Development of Solutions: An ability to Design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, health and safety, ethical, manufacturability and sustainability.

PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: An ability to use research based knowledge and research method top perform literature survey, collect data from experimental outcome, analyze and interpret data to develop and maintain mechatronics systems.

PO5. Modern Tool Usage: an ability to be familiar with state of art tools and techniques in designing, developing and testing components of mechatronics.

PO6. The Engineer and Society: Demonstrate knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering practice.

PO7. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of need for sustainable development.

PO8. Ethics: An ability to recognize and value ethical principles in professional engineering practice.

PO9. Individual and Team Work: Function effectively and ethically as an individual, and as a team member or leader in multi-disciplinary teams.

PO10. Communication: An ability to communicate with peer community and society through definite spoken language, written reports, documentation and make effective presentations.

PO11. Life-long Learning: An ability to identify the need and engage in lifelong learning to cope up with the rapidly growing disciplines of mechatronics and its related engineering applications.

PO12. Project Management and Finance: Ability apply the knowledge of engineering and management principles to manage projects as team member or leader in multidisciplinary teams.

Machine Shop and Material Testing Lab
Enables the students to understand the characteristics and behavior of Engineering materials used for engineering applications.
Analog and Digital Electronics Lab
Enables the students to understand the characteristics and working of analog and digital components.
Fluid Mechanics and Pneumatic Lab
Enables the students to understand the working principle of hydraulic components & hydraulic circuits
Microcontroller Lab
Enables the students to understand the basics of microcontroller and its applications.
Power Electronics Lab
Enables the students to understand the usage of power devices to control the operation of electronic systems.

Department Infrastructure

Faculty Development Programs

The institution aims at providing the best knowledge, skills, expertise and motivation to the students. To achieve this it is required to facilitate improved faculty performance in a variety of domains including institutional, intellectual, personal, social, and pedagogical.
Extra curricular



The Department of Mechatronics organize guest talks and seminars round the year.

Student Club

The department of Mechatronics has got student clubs to enhance their soft and tech skills.


The department of Mechatronics has organized varieties of Workshops

Industrial Visits

The Department of Mechatronics has taken students to various industrial visits

Centre of Excellence

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Innovation & Start-ups

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Industry Supported Labs

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Showcase of Mechatronics Department


Key Faculties

Dr. Vijayashree R Budyal
B.E., M.E., Ph.D.

Professor and HOD

Mr. Harish K R
B.E., M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

Ms. Kursheed B
B.E., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

Mr. Suresh D B
B.E., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

Mrs. Nida Fathima A B
B.E., M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

Professional Societies

IETE Student Chapter (ISF)-The Institution of Telecommunication and Engineers, Bangalore Chapter

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Account Details for Tuition Fees, Hostel Fees and Transportation Fees

Account Name : SVCE-HOSTEL
Account No       : 17461450000045
IFSC Code         : HDFC0001746
Bank Name       : HDFC BANK


Research and Innovation

  • In-house Publication
  • Research Contact

Examination Activities

Time Table A.Y.2021-22(Even Sem)

Student Registration Form

EVEN Semester Student Initial Feedback- 2021-22
EVEN Semester Student Mid-Level Feedback- 2021-22
EVEN Semester Student Final Feedback- 2021-22
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