APPLIED ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING SYLLABUS 2019

Posted by Ekeeda on January 21st, 2019

INTRODUCTION:-

As the name itself says, the perfect mixture of Instrumentation and Electronics is called as Applied Electronics and Instrumentation engineering. This branch is related to other areas of engineering like mechanical, computer sciences etc. It mainly deals with equipment, machinery and instruments that are widely used in various industries for measuring process parameters and variables such as speed, flow, energy, velocity, pressure, temperature etc. Students who take up this degree get a chance to know about the latest trends, developments & techniques related to technology, robotics and computer systems. Due to the increase in our dependency on machines and automated systems, the field of Applied Electronics & Instrumentation is getting bigger and broader day-by-day.

APPLIED ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION SUBJECTS:-

  • Microprocessors
  • Microcontrollers
  • Control Systems
  • Logic
  • Digital electronics
  • Analog electronic circuits
  • Industrial Instrumentation
  • Study of signals that come from instruments
  • Sensors
  • Process control

HOW TO BECOME AN APPLIED ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEER?

Students having 10+2 or 12th standard or equivalent with at least 60% score in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry are eligible to appear for engineering entrance examinations like JEE Main & Advanced, BITSAT, VITEEE and others. Some best colleges to study B.Tech in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering are as follows:-

  • Indian Institute of Technology, Dhanbad
  • CVR College of Engineering, Hyderabad
  • National Institute of Technology, Nagaland
  • BITS or Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences, Hyderabad
  • Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal (MIT)

 

 

 

CAREER OPTIONS AFTER B.TECH IN APPLIED ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING

To be honest, not many students opt for this branch in India. But if you are really interested, nobody can stop you! Go for higher studies and if you get good marks in exams like GATE, there are umpteen number of courses you can pursue:-

  • M.E/M.Tech in Power Electronics and Drives
  • M.E/M.Tech in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation
  • M.E/M.Tech in Communications Systems Engineering
  • M.E/M.Tech in Communication and Digital Electronics

The best institutes to study post graduation in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation are IIT (Indian Institutes of Technology) and IISc (Indian Institute of Sciences). During Bachelor’s, you will be focused on the overview of your branch while during Master’s, the scenario is entirely different. You’ll be concentrated on specific areas of core instrumentation like Embedded Systems, VLSI etc. Also, you required some skills from other areas like Mathematics and Computer Science. Some important skills are as follows:-

  • C, C++ programming
  • Data Structures
  • Computer architecture
  • Algebra
  • Probability
  • Statistics

WHAT’S MORE UNIQUE ABOUT APPLIED ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING:-

The branch is broader and wider than you imagine. People have a belittling attitude towards it but they are completely wrong. There is a lot of scope in India as well as in other countries. After B.Tech or M.Tech, students can pursue their careers in the following domains:-

  • Defence Industry
  • Robotics & Automation
  • Petrochemical Industry
  • Automobile Industry

Aerospace Industry

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