"Education is the manifestation of the perfection already in man." - Swami Vivekanand
"To be recognized as a globally competitive quality education provider with interdisciplinary approaches to future industrial, environmental, and societal needs using engineering ethical practices."
"To provide industry-oriented education with a curriculum designed in collaboration with potential stakeholders. To prepare our graduates as successful professionals through research and innovations in their interdisciplinary fields. To develop ethical, leadership, and entrepreneurship skills among students so as to enable them to be responsible citizens of society."
Program Specific Outcomes
PSO1:   To make to develop the recent techniques applicable to Mechatronics fields to satisfy the industrial demands.

PSO2:   To be able to solve practical and industrial problems through developing practical skills and professional skills.

PSO3:   To enable the student to take-up career in industries, research and innovations or pursuing higher studies in the field of industry 4.0 and mechatronics.

Life @ MME
Mechatronics is a technology combining electronics and mechanical engineering. The word was coined by TetsuraMpro in 1969 to describe the systems which embrace electrical control systems and machines controlled by them. It comprises more than one discipline of scientific studies that collaborates with many branches of engineering. The main application of the mechatronic system is to transform output signals which are obtained by processing the input data gathered from the surroundings and then turning them into useful energy, propulsion, and decisions.

Department Profile

Establishment: A.Y. 2022-23

Faculty strength: 07

No. of Ph.D.: 02

Department library: 10 books

Professional chapter:The Robotic Society Of India (TRS)

Number of labs: 03

Number of classrooms: 02

Student Membership: ASME, SAE, TRS, NCC

Common facilities: Seminar Hall-04 & Auditorium - 01

Publication:Quasar” Annual College Magazine. URJA” Department Technical Magazine,Course Resource Book,“Parivartan” magazine & Newsletter (NSS),Multicon-W ICAMCE Proceedings

Current Status: Currently in third year which will reach to fianl year in A.Y. 2024-25

Student Oriented Best Practices

Student Oriented Best Practices

Growth and Career opportunities in Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering

Thakur College of Engineering and Technology(TCET)’s Mechanical and mechatronics engineering (Additive Manufacturing) degree program was designed around standards set by All India Counsel for Technical Education (AICTE). It is the first and only bachelor’s degree program in Mumbai of Higher Education — your most affordable choice for higher education for growing future.

TCET’s BE in Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering (Additive Manufacturing) is established with the view point of emerging technologies and hence its combination well set department of Electronics Engineering started in 2008 and Mechanical Engineering in the year 2012. Having reach experience of Mechanical, Electronics and computer Engineering, Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics started in 2021. Mechatronics engineering technologists use a combination of mechanical, electrical, computer, and software skills to work with smart technologies, such as robots, automated guided systems, and computer-integrated manufacturing.

Automation has been transforming the job landscape. According to a report by the World Economic Forum, by 2025, automation and technological advancements could displace approximately 85 million jobs but could also create 97 million new jobs, resulting in a net gain of 12 million jobs globally.

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