WHAT IS APPLIED ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING ?
A student opting to pursue Bachelor of Technology in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering should have passed his 10+2 from the science stream from a recognized board. He should have had Physics, Chemistry, and mathematics in his class 12th.
SCOPE OF APPLIED ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING
The demand for the electronics and the instrumentation engineers is rapidly increasing as the government is laying a lot of thrust to the manufacturing sector including steel, oil, petrochemical, power and defense production, which will all have a separate instrumentation department. Owing to the rise of avionics, aeronautical and space science sectors, the demand for instrumentation engineers has also increased as they would be required for the development of both software and hardware. Instrumentation engineering has also acquired a great deal of importance as the study involves the development of accurate and more robust sensors. On completion of the course, students could work in industries and service organizations such as broadcasting, consulting, data communication, entertainment, research and development; and system support. Candidates will also get an opportunity to work in modern multimedia service firms which are engaged in the real-time transfer of information through video conferencing and internet broadcasting.
- Basic Instrumentation
- Biomedical Instrumentation
- Digital Circuit Design
- Digital Signal Processing
- Electrical Machines and Drives
- Functional Electronics
- Industrial Instrumentation and Process Control
- Optical Instrumentation
- Power Electronics
- Robotics and Industrial Automation
- Smart Sensors and Networks