M.Tech. Design Engineering or Master of Technology in Design Engineering is a postgraduate Architecture Engineering programme. It is the process of engineering design which includes computer-aided design and manufacturing. Some of the subjects of study include electrical and electronics, fastening and joining, fluid power, manufacturing, engineered materials, mechanical engineering, and motion control. The duration of the course is two years and syllabus comprise four semesters. The course is an important and valuable and that provides different types of job opportunities after its completion. It is being offered by most of the colleges and universities throughout the country due to its job orienting nature.
M.Tech. Design Engineering Eligibility :-
• B.E./B.Tech. or any other equivalent qualification with minimum 50% marks.
• Some of the very reputed universities and colleges conduct entrance examination for admission.
How is M.Tech. Design Engineering Course Beneficial?
• After the course candidates can join various areas one such as educational; here they can become a lecturer on a private basis and after having certain qualifications like NET can become a lecturer on a permanent basis.
• This degree course also proves beneficial in establishing one’s own business.
• M.Tech. Design Engineering SyllabusCandidates can go for research work on the very subject after its completion.
Syllabus of Design Engineering as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.
|Sr. No.||Subjects of Study|
|1||Decision Theory & Design Optimization|
|3||Modelling and Analysis I|
|5||Product Design I|
|7||Modelling & Analysis II|
|8||Product Design Project II|
|9||Properties & Selection of Engineering Materials|
|10||Programme Elective I|
|11||Programme Elective II|
|12||Open Elective I|
|13||Programme Elective III|
|14||Open Elective II|
|15||Major Project Part I|
|16||Major Project Part II|
|List of Program Electives|
|1||Experimental Methods for Solids & Fluids|
|3||Mechanics of Composite Materials|
|4||Engineering Failure Analysis & Prevention|
|5||Product Reliability & Maintenance|
|6||Design for Production|
|7||Advanced Structural analysis|
|8||Design for Sustainable Development|
|9||Product Forms & Aesthetics|
|11||Microprocessor based Design|
|12||Design of Mechanism & Manipulators|
|13||Mechatronic product Design|