Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Diploma in Mechanical engineering at Kamath Institute of Technology learn through hands-on experience in one of our laboratories. We also take classes that cover material science, design, manufacturing processes, electronics and controls. Mechanical engineering students prepare for careers designing robots, engines, advanced medical devices, power plant machinery, machine tools, cars, water treatment plants, air conditioners, elevators, escalators, traffic signals, or anything involving motion or sound. Their education allows them to tackle problems from all aspects: theoretical and experimental analysis; computer modelling and simulation; rapid prototyping; development of materials; research into alternative energy sources; system construction; as well as product manufacture and assembly – all depending on the needs of the project they are working on at the time.
If you are interested in video games, animation, robotics or any other creative field that involves movement, sound or interaction with a machine, mechanical engineering is for you. You can design the type of machines and products that make them fun to watch and use. At Kamath Institute of Technology, whether you want to work on autonomous vehicles or next-generation medical devices, you will find the tools and support here to develop your imagination into a tangible product.
Mechanical engineers are needed by all types of industries – from construction to transportation, forestry and manufacturing. Outstanding mechanical engineering students will have a wide variety of opportunities as they work on products like robotic systems for the space program; industrial robots or automated assembly lines (for mass production), automotive designer to production engineer; from an aircraft maintenance technician to control systems analyst; from operating engineer to computer-aided design (CAD).
Diploma in Civil Engineering
Civil engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with buildings, bridges, roads, flyovers, etc. You need good analytical and logical skills to be successful in this field. Subjects include concrete technology, fluid mechanics, and hydrology – the study of water resources and irrigation. For structural stability, you use concepts such as force equilibrium and moment of inertia.
Civil engineering is an important field that gives our society structure: skyscrapers and bridges for transport, residential homes and entertainment complexes for living, water resources like reservoirs, canals and aqueducts for agriculture and industry. By building a safe world to live in, civil engineers solve problems like environmental pollution, natural disasters, and human conflict. Civil engineers also work on recreational facilities – theme parks, sports stadiums and airports – making them comfortable places to visit or perform in. You will study civil engineering at Kamath Institute of Technology by designing anything from bridges to boats, tunnels to dams.
Students graduating from this program are prepared for various careers – from construction engineer to structural analyst, irrigation specialist, and transportation planner.
Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Anything that uses electricity is your responsibility in this field, including electric cars, household appliances, lighting systems, and industrial machinery. You will learn about power generation systems, battery development and microprocessors (the computer chips used in many products).
Students at Kamath Institute of Technology will develop skills in electricity production, transmission & distribution – like the electrical engineers who work on solar cells, wind turbines, electric power generating stations and HVAC (heating, cooling and air-conditioning) systems. Consumer products fall under the responsibility of electrical engineers, too – from digital cameras to MP3 players; washing machines to refrigerators; microwave ovens to CD players and flashlights. Depending on what you are designing or working on, you may need a background in control theory for programmable logic controllers (PLC), automation or robotics. Electronics engineering students also take classes covering material science, design, manufacturing processes, electronics and controls.
Graduates from our program are prepared to work in many high-tech companies, research labs, and government agencies. Career options include electronics engineer, industrial automation designer or robotics technician; power transmission & distribution engineer; radio frequency (RF) systems specialist or quality control inspector.