Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering

Robotics has already made significant inroads in electronics assembly, with sewing trades – traditionally many countries’ first entry point to the global trading system – likely to come next.

- Michael Spence


“To become a centre of excellence in Applied Electronics & Instrumentation by empowering students and faculty through quality education, research and innovation in cutting edge technology”.


This is an advanced branch of engineering in which students are trained to handle any situation associated with instrumentation and is widely developing to involve day to day life activities. This branch offers a wide range of job opportunities.

After providing a sound foundation in applied science, mathematics and basic engineering disciplines in the 1st and 2nd semesters, the students enter the world of electronics as well as instrumentation. They trained in programming techniques, operating systems software tools like ORCAD, PSPICE, MATLAB etc.

From 5th semester onwards, the students concentrate on instrumentation subjects. They get a thorough knowledge in industrial and biomedical instrumentation wings, through computer control of processes, process control instrumentation etc.

All advanced software facilities like MATLAB, SIMLINK, Image Pro Express, Code Compose Studio, Kiel Multisim, Emulators for TMS and Analog DSP ICs etc. are available to the students for their technical endeavors at the DSP Lab.

The microprocessor lab is equipped with processors, hardware kits, evaluation boards, and all latest microcontroller chips with RTOS facilities for tests and experiments in the field of Embedded Systems. The Analog communication laboratory has Mixed Signal Oscilloscope, Logic Analyzer, Storage Oscilloscope, LCR-Q meters and signal sources and analog and digital measuring instruments for a range of electrical parameters.

The Advanced Biomedical Laboratory has facilities such as Embedded Patient Monitoring System, Image Processing Work Station, Respiratory Analyzer and Nerve Simulator. The process control laboratory has workstations for temperature, pressure, flow and other control parameters. These laboratories help the students to learn about PLCs and plc programming.

The engineers are recruited by top manufacturing and instrumentation development conglomerates and also by control system and microprocessor companies or automation suppliers and instrumentation analytics companies and govt aided organizations such as ministry of electronics and Telecommunication, DRDO etc. Some of the top recruiting private jobs for the graduates of Applied Electronics and instrumentation Engineering are Bosch electricals, Siemens, Tech Mahindra Solutions etc. However, as a fresher electronics engineer you can earn about Rs 3 to 5 lakhs per annum.

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