Robotics and Automation Sandwich Program


CPAT-TVS offers a 3½-year Sandwich Program in Robotics and Automation Engineering.

A robotics and automation engineer will have the skills and knowledge needed to work as an automation technician, control systems engineer or technician, robotics engineer or technician. They will be able to design, program, and maintain industrial automation systems, and optimize these processes for maximum efficiency and productivity.


CPAT-TVS offers a 3½-year Sandwich Program in Robotics and Automation Engineering.

Robotics and Automation Engineering is an independent branch of engineering dealing with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots coupled with computer-based control systems for the production of goods and services.

This program introduces students to the design of Robotic systems for digital manufacturing. It provides a solid foundation in the fundamentals of engineering mechanics, electrical systems, electronics, sensors, and computer programming, to enable students to acquire the necessary attributes to become technically proficient in this new dynamic field.

Students get to study under experienced faculty members, factory supervisors, and managers.

This program prepares students for a diverse array of employment opportunities and to pursue further education.

Courses Offered

Courses in Robotics and Automation Engineering include Electrical and Electronic Circuits, Manufacturing Technology, Mechanical Design, Industrial Robotics, Fluid Power Automation, Industrial Instrumentation, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Embedded Systems, Advanced Automation, and Industrial Internet of Things.

The In-Plant Training Program

During the 4th and 7th semesters, students undergo in-plant training in state-of-the-art industries where they receive hands-on experience with GPMs, CNC Machines, Robots, CAD/CAM, Electro-Pneumatics and Hydraulics, Electrical Drives, Sensor Testing & Trouble Shooting, PLC, HMI, Industrial communications, Advanced Microcontrollers and Computing Systems.

Competencies Acquired From The Program

The students

  • Learn about technologies associated with Manufacturing Systems Integration, CNC Machines, Industrial Robotics, Industrial Automation, and Embedded Systems.

  • Acquire hands-on experience in Electrical controls, Industrial Hydraulics, Advanced pneumatics, PLC&HMI Programming, Embedded programming, Teach Pendant Robot programming, CAD/CAM, and Industrial Networking.

  • Acquire hands-on experience through in-plant training and working on individual projects.


After completion of the Diploma program, CPAT graduates are eligible for lateral entry to the second year of B.E / B.Tech.

  • 100% of the graduates who opt to work are placed in top-notch industries
  • About 60% of our graduating students choose to pursue a degree in Engineering

Career Opportunities

Typical job titles in which CPAT-TVS Diploma engineers will be employed are:

  • Automation Technician
  • Robotics Technician
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Instrumentation Technician
  • Flexible Manufacturing Engineer
  • Automated Production Design Engineer
  • Team leader
  • Field Service Supervisor
  • Field Project Supervisor


Every graduate is placed in leading industries in the region. CPAT-TVS students receive excellent commendations from their industrial employers for their innovative ideas, high motivation, and initiative.

The CPAT-TVS Diploma Engineers have been employed in the following industrial establishments:

  • Ashok Leyland Ltd
  • Enfield India Ltd
  • Nissan India P Ltd
  • Schwing Stetter
  • Sundaram Clayton Ltd
  • Lucas TVS Ltd
  • Delphi TVS Ltd
  • Hyundai Motors Ltd
  • Ford India
  • Daimler India
  • Mahindra & Mahindra
  • General Electric India Ltd
  • Adverb Technologies