MTech in CAD/CAM

  • About Program

    The MTech program in CAD/CAM is offered by the Department of Mechanical Engineering to cater to the needs of advanced studies in the areas of newer materials, product design, and advanced manufacturing techniques. The Program is based on the credit system and provides a student with a wide choice of specialized courses and research oriented project work. The program provides an excellent opportunity for students to keep abreast of recent technological developments in the areas of Mechatronics, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Robotics, and Industrial Automation through balanced curriculum, guided course work and research projects.

Duration & Eligibility

MTech – 2 Years

Minimum 55% marks in BE/BTech or equivalent in Mechanical Engg or Production Engg.GATE/NET qualified students shall be preferred.


  • Department has highly qualified and experienced faculty members with strong expertise in both theoretical and experimental methods of research.
  • The program offers 5 elective courses spread over first three semesters to enable the students to learn advanced tools and concepts for carrying out research project in the later phase of the program.
  • The project work spread over three semesters allows students to develop and polish their research ability.
  • Seminar starts from II Semester to enable the students to develop their research ability, improve the presentation skills, and improve their creativity in formulating research problems and their solutions.
  • The Program witnesses considerable research output in the form of research papers published in the refereed journals and presented at International / National Conferences every year from the students.
  • The department has modern laboratory facilities like Flexible Manufacturing System and Unconventional Machining to support research and project work.
  • Fellowship for candidates as per DIT University norms.


This program prepares students for job openings in many domains namely but not limited to:

  • Robotics
  • Machine Tool Design
  • Modelling and simulation
  • Mechatronics
  • Mechanism Design
  • Advanced Optimization Techniques
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Composite materials
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