Department- Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering

An Instrumentation engineer is responsible for designing, developing, installing, managing and maintaining equipment which is used to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes. Instrumentation engineers make sure that these systems and processes operate effectively, efficiently and safely.
Instrumentation engineering program is a blend of applied physics and electronics which comprises of analog and digital electronics, power electronics, microprocessors and their applications, computer programming, electronic instrumentation, process instrumentation and control, linear and non-linear control and bio-medical engineering.
It caters to the need of chemical, fertilizer, petrochemical, oil and refinery, power, textile, plastic, automobile, agriculture, dairy, food processing and manufacturing industries. It also covers robotics, navigation, aerospace and military applications. The under graduate programme of this department is well appreciated and students are well accepted by the industries. It has state of the art laboratories, which provide an excellent environment to increase the practical understanding of the subject.


Objective and Scope of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (E.I.)

The objective of the Department is to shape graduates into hardcore professionals who would become effective leaders and noteworthy technological innovators. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is an interdisciplinary area.


Programme Specific Outcomes

  • Understand, analyse, design and develop control system for industrial automation applications.
  • Select, commission, troubleshoot and maintain various instruments and associated systems.
  • Prepare an individual with foundation knowledge for the research areas (but not limited to) e.g. advanced control, sensor technology, biomedical engineering, industrial automation, navigation and control.

Department is enriched with the following Lab's

  • Network Lab.
  • ADC Lab
  • SSDC Lab.
  • Control System Lab
  • EMMI Lab
  • DSP Lab
  • Micro Processor Lab
  • Transducer Lab
  • FIT Lab
  • AIC Lab
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Faculty of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Department