The four year B.E. program in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is a specialized branch of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, primarily focusing on the principles and operations of measuring instruments used in the design and configuration of automated systems. Instrumentation technology helps create, construct and maintain measuring and control devices and systems found in manufacturing. Hence Electronics and Instrumentation Engineers are responsible for designing, developing, installing and maintaining equipment used to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes.
To produce proficient engineers who illuminate the nation, drive the industry and innovate in the field of power and automation.
Provide futuristic and comprehensive technical education to equip students with core competencies and relevant skill sets through effective teaching learning methods and state of art laboratories thus preparing them for global careers.
Pursue need based research and provide consultancy and testing services to address contemporary issues in the fields of Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering
Program Education Objectives (PEO's)
- Graduates will demonstrate technical skills and leadership in their chosen fields of employment by solving real time problems using current techniques & tools.
- Graduates will communicate effectively as individuals or team members and be successful in the local and global cross cultural working environment.
- Graduates will demonstrate lifelong learning through continuing education and professional development.
- Graduates will be successful in providing viable and sustainable solutions within societal, professional, environmental and ethical contexts.
Program Outcomes (PO's)
Graduates will be able to:
Program Specifice Outcomes (PSO's)
Apply concepts of measurement and sensor selection to specify, calibrate, and
troubleshoot various process instruments commonly used in industry.
Use basic engineering principles and knowledge of industrial control systems to design the control and safety systems for an industrial process.
Specify, select, design, and build microprocessor or microcontroller-based systems for engineering applications.
Use programmable logic controllers (PLC) and supervisory control systems for control of manufacturing and processing systems.
The following are the laboratories for EIE course
- Electrical Machines Lab - I & II
- Power Electronics Lab
- Circuits and measurements Lab C
- Transducers Lab
- Digital Signal Processing Lab
- Instrumentation Simulation Lab
- Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab
- Control Systems Lab
- Integrated Circuits Lab
- Process Instrumentation Lab