Barton Hill Engineering College, Centre of Education has introduced one- year advanced diploma course in Automotive Mechatronics (ADAM). The one-year advanced diploma course has been launched in association with Mercedes Benz, India.
The main aim of the Advanced Diploma in Automotive Mechatronics (ADAM) is to train engineering students about the latest technology in the field of automotive technology by using the latest world-class technology and tools. The ADAM course at Barton Hill also aims to develop professionals in the field of automotive technology. The ADAM course has several modules such as mechanical module, workshop module, soft skills and others.
Advanced Diploma Course in Automotive Mechatronics Eligibility Criteria
Candidates looking forward to Barton Hill Engineering Advanced Diploma Course in Automotive Mechatronic can check the eligibility here:
- Candidate must have a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering/ automobile/ electrical and electronics/ mechatronics or an equivalent degree.
- Final year B.Tech students with 6.5 CGPA till 7th semester without any back papers are also eligible to apply for the ADAM course.
The ADAM course will have two batches. The first batch is scheduled to start from 17th June 2019 and the second batch will start from 14th October 2019. As of now, the candidates can only apply for Batch 1. The institute will issue a fresh prospectus and notification for Batch II.
How to Apply for Advanced Diploma Course in Automotive Mechatronics?
The application form for the advanced diploma course in automotive mechatronics is available in online mode on the official website of the institute. The application fee for the general category candidates is Rs.500 and for SC/ST candidates it is Rs.250. The application fee for the ADAM course has to be paid online.
Advanced Diploma Course in Automotive Mechatronics Selection Process
The selection of the candidate to the Barton Hill Engineering College Advanced Diploma in Automotive Mechatronics will be on the basis of the entrance exam. The entrance test consists of a written exam, practical test and interview. The written test is the first step and final selection of the candidate will be on the basis of the practical exam.