The postgraduate program of Robotics and Intelligent Machine Engineering (RIME) is focused towards advanced level education and state of the art research in the cutting edge areas of:
Robotics & Automation
Mechatronics & MEMS
Control Systems Engineering
The Masters program requires the student to complete 22 – 23 credit hours of theory and 1 – 2 credit hours of lab work including 6 core and 2 elective courses. The students are required to take up a research thesis in any of the streams identified above. The PhD program requires the students to study 6 courses focusing on the stream of their choice and then undertake research for a PhD dissertation. The laboratories housing most modern equipment available at the department make it possible for the students to gather practical results for their experiments wherever required.