Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences offers academic programmes under various faculties.

Faculty of Engineering and Technology ( FET) awards B.Tech degree in the following disciplines :

  1. Aerospace Engineering
  2. Automotive Engineering
  3. Civil Engineering
  4. Computer Science and Engineering
  5. CSE — Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  6. CSE — Information Science Engineering
  7. CSE — Mathematics & Computing
  8. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  9. Electronics and Communication Engineering
  10. Mechanical Engineering
  11. Robotics

The Undergraduate Programme in Engineering aims to impart a high-level of knowledge and skills in the chosen discipline of engineering, coupled with general education. The combination of engineering and general coursework can provide a broad base of knowledge that can apply to a number of engineering fields. The graduates thus produced will be able to meet the human resources requirement of engineering industry, business and commerce. Also the graduates will be able to create new technologies and take entrepreneurial route for their career advancement. Moreover, this acts as a first course to develop further expertise in a chosen domain. 

The Faculty awards M.Tech degree in the following disciplines:

  1. Aerospace Engineering
  2. Structural Engineering
  3. Construction Engineering and Management
  4. Environmental Engineering and Management
  5. Transportation Engineering
  6. Data Science and Engineering
  7. Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning 
  8. Robotic Engineering

The postgraduates are expected to find opportunities in industries and business, research establishments and even may take up entrepreneurship. With experience, they should be able to take up leadership positions in the chosen career.

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Studying at FET

As a part of the Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, FET adopts the University’s approach to education. Multidisciplinary thinking is encouraged, an agile and comprehensive curriculum is implemented, and outcome-based learning is pursued.

Proctorial System

The University follows a proctorial system under which every student is assigned a faculty member as a proctor/​mentor. This ensures that students are closely guided through their academic and professional careers.

Application-based Learning

In keeping with the University’s application-based approach to learning, all programmes at FET offer rigorous practical training to support a strong theoretical foundation. 

The Faculty has more than 20 labs and facilities that are designed and equipped to help students contextualise classroom learning. Here, under the attentive guidance of experienced faculty members, students learn to push the boundaries of learning. 

FET actively forges partnerships with national and international institutions and organisations. These open the door for academic and research opportunities for students as well as faculty members. 

The Faculty also frequently organises seminars, guest lectures, and workshops, thus ensuring that students are kept up-to-date with the latest advancements in their field. 


Students are actively encouraged to take up internships with leading organisations and research bodies. These give them a chance to observe and understand the real-world workings of their field. Internships also help plug any existing gaps in their knowledge and prepare students to approach theoretical learning with a strong, practical focus.


At the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, collaborative, multidisciplinary research is the norm. 

Faculty members and students use research to expand their knowledge and to tackle the problems faced by industry and society. With the support and encouragement of FET, faculty members have applied for — and been awarded — grants for their cutting-edge research in the various domains of engineering. This has led to the creation of state-of-the-art infrastructure and equipment on campus. 

FET also undertakes sponsored research projects and frequently works with the Techno Centre, collaborating on projects of societal significance. The Faculty’s business incubation activities too have helped create a rich, innovation-driven environment for students. 

Student Projects

Projects give students a chance to put their theoretical learning to the test. They promote a deeper understanding of subject matter and are yet another avenue for students to hone their skills. 

Projects are perfected under the close guidance and encouragement of faculty members. Students thus learn to work independently, while also being reassured of the support of experienced professionals should they stumble along the way.