Team “ROBOTRONICS” is formed by the group of Professors from departments of Mechanical, Electronics, Electrical, Computer Science and Information Science and Research Associates and enthusiastic undergraduate students. The projects are funded by a large number of laboratories under Ministry of Defence and Department of Science and Technology. A number of robots are already developed by the team and the team received IEEE Annual Award 2010. A robot developed by the student team under the sponsorship of IEEE USA is installed in the Birla Science Centre, Hyderabad as a permanent exhibit. The project is coordinated by Dr. Jharna Majumdar, Former Sc G DRDO and currently Dean R & D, NMIT.
STUDSAT (STUDent SATellite), a student-initiated satellite project of PICO category, first time designed and developed in the country by group of undergraduate students. The Pico Satellite, weighing less than 1 Kg, with payload as CMOS camera took off the LEO orbit from Sriharikota on July 2010 with CARTOSAT in PSLV Launch Vehicle, Team of Students received Large no. of International and National Award and Research Papers. One of the worth mentioning award is the Hans Von Muldaeu Award at the International Astronomical Confgress–2008, Glasgow, UK. The project is coordinated by Dr. Jharna Majumdar, Former Sc G DRDO and currently Dean R & D, NMIT. Nitte Amateur Satellite Tracking Centre (NASTRAC) developed by a team of students from NMIT under the guidance of Dr. Jharna Majumdar is a patent by her and the first Tracking Station of Small Satellites developed in the country. Currently the team is involved in the project STUDSAT-2, the design and development of a twin Nano-satellite to demonstrate the innovative technology ie. inter satellite communication, again first time in the country.