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    Instrumentation Engineering

    Instrumentation Engineering Overview

    Instrumentation Engineering deals with designing, developing, installing, and managing equipment used to monitor and control machinery. The duration of Instrumentation Engineering ranges from 3 to 4 years. Candidates will be able to pursue Instrumentation Engineering after the completion of class 10. Candidates are able to pursue Instrumentation Engineering at diploma, graduation, and postgraduate levels. It specializes in the doctrines and operation of measuring instruments that are operated in domains of design, formatting of self-regulating systems in electrical, pneumatic parts, etc.

    Candidates can take admission to Instrumentation Engineering through the entrance as well as merit-based. Interested candidates who are willing to be admitted into Instrumentation Engineering are required to score at least 50% marks in their last qualifying exam with PCM subjects. Entrance exams that are accepted in the Instrumentation Engineering institutes are JEE Main, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, AP EAMCET, etc. 

    Instrumentation Engineering courses can be pursued online, and offline as well as in a distance learning mode. Some of the top institutes offering Instrumentation Engineering courses in India are IIT Madras, IIT Delhi, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Roorkee, IIT Guwahati, etc. The average course fee for Instrumentation Engineering ranges from INR 55,000 to INR 3,00,000.

    Instrumentation Engineering Course Highlights

    The highlights of the Instrumentation Engineering course overview of the topics that will be covered in this piece. It is always advised the candidates check the highlights prior to the other topics discussed here. This is advised so for the candidates so tht they are well aware of the topics that will be discussed here. 

    Particulars

    Details 

    Course Name

    Instrumentation Engineering

    Average Duration

    3 to 4 Years ( for online courses the duration of instrumentation engineering can be 1 month to 1 year)

    Eligibility

    Diploma in Instrumentation Engineering

    • Candidates should have passed class 10 or its equivalent examination with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate each 
    • The subject combination of the candidates should be  Science and Mathematics as compulsory subjects
    • English should be one of the compulsory subjects of the candidate in the last qualifying level

    Graduation in Instrumentation Engineering

    • Candidates who want to pursue Instrumentation Engineering  must have completed class 10 or class 12 or equivalent examination from any recognized central or state board 
    • Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as compulsory subjects
    • Candidates must have secured at least 50% marks in aggregate

    Post Graduation in Instrumentation Engineering

    • Candidates should have passed a BTech or B.E degree in Instrumentation Engineering
    • Candidates should pass the exam with a minimum passing percentage in the aggregation of all subjects studied in the undergraduate program
    • Candidates must have secured at least 60% marks in aggregate in the last qualifying exam

    Average Fee

    INR 55,000 to INR 3,00,000

    Average Salary

    INR 1.7 to 25.2 LPA

    Entrance Exams

    • JEE Main
    • JEE Advance
    • GATE
    • KEAM
    • AP EAMCET
    • BITSAT
    • KCET

    Job Opportunities

    • Instrumentation Technician
    • Electrical Technician
    • Control instrumentation specialist
    • Quality control technician
    • Process technologist

    Colleges 

    • IIT Madras
    • IIT Delhi
    • IIT Kharagpur
    • IIT Roorkee
    • IIT Guwahati
    • NIT Warangal
    • BITS Pilani
    • Amity University, Noida

    Top recruiters

    • National Instruments
    • ABB
    • Larsen and Toubro
    • Bosch
    • Invensys
    • GE
    • Suzlon

    Average Starting Salary

    INR 5 LPA to INR 18 LPA

    Why Choose Instrumentation Engineering? Instrumentation Engineering Scope in India

    The scope that the candidates taste after completion of the Instrumentation Engineering course is vast and opens a door to a wide range of high-profile job opportunities and high salaries. Candidates are hired into jobs from private as well as public sector entities. Candidates are hired into top companies, including BHEL, ISRO, GAIL, TCS, Larsen, and Toubro, etc.

    Candidates can also pursue higher studies or apply for jobs in corporate companies. The average salary of an instrumentation engineer ranges from INR 5 LPA to INR 18 LPA. Candidates with experience are offered more wages. 

    How Many Courses are There in Instrumentation Engineering?

    Instrumentation Engineering Courses can be pursued under many domains. Candidates are able to pursue Instrumentation Engineering courses under Diploma, Bachelor’s, Master, and Postgraduate Diploma Courses. Instrumentation Engineering can be pursued as a Diploma in Instrumentation Engineering, Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering, Master of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering, or Ph.D. in Instrumentation Engineering. 

    Diploma Course in Instrumentation Engineering (Diploma in Instrumentation Engineering)

    • Candidates can pursue a Diploma Course in Instrumentation Engineering after concluding their Class 10
    • To be eligible for a diploma course, it is compulsory to have a Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) background in class 10+2
    • Candidates have to score at least 45% marks (relaxation for reserved candidates 40%) is required to get admission into Diploma in Instrumentation Engineering
    • The duration of a diploma in Instrumentation Engineering course is 3 years
    • A diploma in Instrumentation Engineering has good demand, but not as much as a graduate or master in the field

    Undergraduate Instrumentation Engineering Courses ( Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering)

    • The duration of the BTech in Instrumentation Engineering course is 4 years
    • To pursue an Instrumentation Engineering course at the undergraduate level, candidates need to secure at least 50% (relaxation for reserved candidates 45%) marks in their class 10+2 from a recognized national or state-level education board
    • The core subjects in class 10+2 class should be Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Mathematics (PCMB)
    • Candidates need to clear national-level entrance exams or the entrance exam of the respective institute based on the requirement of the respective college or University

    Postgraduate Instrumentation Engineering Courses (Masters of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering)

    • The duration of the Master in Instrumentation Engineering course is 2 years
    • Candidates must have a bachelor's degree in Instrumentation Engineering with at least 50 to 60% marks (relaxation for reserved candidates 45% to 55%) from a reputed institute

    Doctoral Course in Instrumentation Engineering (Ph.D. in Instrumentation Engineering)

    • The duration of a Ph.D. in Instrumentation Engineering is 2 to 5.5 years
    • To pursue a doctorate in Instrumentation Engineering, it is compulsory to have a postgraduate degree in Instrumentation Engineering is 2 to 5.5 years
    • To pursue a doctorate in Instrumentation Engineering
    • To become eligible for a doctorate-level course, candidates need to have a minimum GATE score 
    • Candidates are required to score at least 50% marks (relaxation for reserved candidates 45%) in the last qualifying examination

    Instrumentation Engineering Eligibility Criteria

    The eligibility criteria for a particular course means the obligations that have to be fulfilled by the candidates so that they are admitted into the respective college/ institution for Instrumentation Engineering Courses. It is always advised to the candidates to check the eligibility criteria of the course along with the college prior to applying for the same. This will make sure that no time is wasted on nullified things.

     Undergraduate Instrumentation Engineering Courses

    The eligibility criteria for Undergraduate  Instrumentation Engineering Courses have been listed in the pointers below.

    • Candidates who have passed or appeared in the Class 12 examination with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) as main subjects from a recognized Board
    • Candidates should score at least a minimum of 60% marks (for the General category) and 55% marks in aggregate (for SC/ST/OBC) and an acceptable score in either JEE Main, JEE Advanced or State level Entrance Tests.

    Postgraduate Instrumentation Engineering Courses

    The eligibility criteria for Postgraduate Instrumentation Engineering Courses have been listed in the pointers below.

    • Candidates should have passed appearing in the final semester of BE/BTech in Instrumentation Engineering
    • Candidates should score at least a minimum of 60% marks in the aggregate and a satisfactory score in the GATE entrance examination

    Note: Candidates should always check the eligibility criteria of the Instrumentation Engineering Course before applying for the course. It is indeed required so that the candidates are not wasting time on the wrong course.

    Instrumentation Engineering Types

    Instrumentation Engineering can be pursued online, offline as well as in distant learning mode. The offline mode is much more popular in India. Candidates who are not able to pursue the Instrumentation Engineering course in offline mode by visiting the institutes can pursue online courses or distance-level courses. Some of the top online courses offered by the top constituents have been listed below. Candidates can take a look at them.

    Instrumentation Engineering Online Courses

    The Instrumentation Engineering online courses have been listed in the following table along with the institute offering the course. 

    Instrumentation Engineering Online Courses

    Institute offering the Instrumentation Engineering course

    Chemical Process Instrumentation

    Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur;  NPTEL

    Introductory Neuroscience & Neuro-Instrumentation

    Indian Institute of Science Bangalore; NPTEL

    Know Read Understand Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams P&IDs

    Udemy 

    Introduction to process control and instrumentation

    Udemy 

    Azure Apps: Diagnostics, Instrumentation, and Logging

    LinkedIn Learning

    KONTAKT: Advanced Instrumentation and Sound Design

    LinkedIn Learning

    Instrumentation and Process Control in Food Industry

    Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur and NPTEL via Swayam

    Introductory Neuroscience & Neuro-Instrumentation

    Indian Institute of Science Bangalore and NPTEL via Swayam 

    Optical Spectroscopy and Microscopy: Fundamentals of optical measurements and instrumentation

    Indian Institute of Science Bangalore and NPTEL via Swayam

    Difference between Instrumentation Engineering vs Electrical Engineering

    Candidates are often confused between instrumentation and electrical engineering and get mistaken. The following table highlights the key differences between instrumentation engineering and electrical engineering.

    Instrumentation Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Key Roles

    Configuring and calibrating tools concerned with automated systems and methodologies

    Accomplishing the wiring and circuit in electrical systems in houses, automobiles, phones, and computers

    Ensuring that control and automated systems run in the desired way

    Manage the processes of designing, testing, and installation of electrical systems and equipment

    Designing, testing, and maintaining operational control systems

    Developing, testing, and deploying the latest electronic technologies that satisfy user specifications

    Job Flexibility

    Low 

    High

    Average Salary Per Annum

    INR 5 LPA to INR 18 LPA

    INR 1.6 LPA to INR 15 LPA

    Instrumentation Engineering Entrance Exams

    The entrance exams through which candidates are admitted to instrumentation engineering into various courses in India have been listed in the following pointers. Candidates can check them and opt for them based on their preferences.

    JEE Main

    JEE Main (Joint Entrance Exam Main) is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) every year for admission to the various engineering courses available in NITs, IIITs, CFTIs, etc.

    JEE Advanced

    JEE Advanced (Joint Entrance Exam Advanced) exam is conducted for admission to Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s, or Dual Degree programs in Engineering and Pharmaceutics, Architecture, Sciences, or courses offered by 23 IITs.

    KEAM

    KEAM is a state-level exam conducted by the Commission of Entrance Examination (CEE), Kerala for the candidates to take admission into the top government and private colleges across Kerala. 

    AP EAMCET 

    AP EAMCET (Andhra Pradesh Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test) exam is conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Kakinada for admissions to institutes in Andhra Pradesh state.

    KCET

    Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) conducts KCET once a year in offline mode for the candidates who are willing to take admission into the institutes across Karnataka.

    GATE

    GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) is conducted across India for admissions to postgraduate courses in Engineering at IISc and IITs.

    BITSAT

    BITSAT is conducted by BITS Pilani, which allows admission to undergraduate engineering courses at different BITS campuses.

    Instrumentation Engineering Top Colleges in India & Fees

    The top instrumentation colleges in India along with their fees have been listed in the following table. 

    Instrumentation Engineering College Name

    Instrumentation Engineering Average Fees

    National Institute of Technology (NIT) Tiruchirappalli

    INR 1.49 L

    Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur

    INR 82,070

    National Institute of Technology (NIT) Rourkela

    INR 2.26 L

    Anna University

    INR 55,000

    Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology

    INR 3.25 L

    Jadavpur University

    INR 80,400

    Birla Institute of Technology Pilani (BITS Pilani)

    INR 4.23 L

    PSG College of Technology

    INR 87,000

    National Institute of Technology (NIT Silchar

    INR 1.48 L

    Study Instrumentation Engineering Abroad

    There is an enormous scope of instrumentation engineering abroad. Instrumentation Engineers can get into different types of industries like petroleum, steel manufacturing factories, and different chemical factories. 

    Some such companies are Siemens, Honeywell, and Yokogawa. Another greater extent of scope can be tasted in Middle Eastern Countries like Dubai, Qatar, and other countries where there are Refineries, Oil, and Gas sectors. The best countries to go abroad are the European countries, the USA as well as Canada since they offer great growth prospects and opportunities for Instrumentation Engineers.

    Instrumentation Engineering Abroad Eligibility Criteria

    The eligibility criteria for Instrumentation Engineering Abroad have been listed in the pointers below.

    • Candidates who want to pursue Instrumentation Engineering Abroad must apply for the entrance exams and must be eligible to sit for it, by coming through class 10 and class 12 standards exams
    • 60% aggregate is mandated at the class 12 standards
    • A science background is required for candidates at the class 12 standards like Physics, Chemistry, Math, (PCM) Biology, and Computer Science
    • Candidates are also required to necessarily give their proof of English Language proficiency (MELAB, IELTS, TOEFL)
    • Other requirements include a Statement of Purpose, a Letter of recommendation, and Academic Documents including class 10 and 12 mark sheets.

    Instrumentation Engineering Abroad Top Colleges

    The top Instrumentation Engineering colleges in the abroad countries have been listed in the following table. Candidates are advised to check them carefully and apply for the same based on their preference.

    College

    Course

    Fees

    Duration

    Exams Accepted

    Northern College, Canada

    Diploma in Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technician

    INR 15 L 

    2 Years

    IELTS, TOEFL

    Fleming College, Canada

    Diploma in Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technician

    INR 19 L 

    2 Years

    IELTS, TOEFL

    British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), Canada

    Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology - Automation and Instrumentation

    INR 22 L 

    2 Years

    IELTS, TOEFL, PTE

    Arizona State University (Kaplan International), USA

    Master of Science in Information System Management (MS-ISM)

    INR 41.7 L 

    1 year

    IELTS, GRE

    Utah State University, USA

    Master of Science in Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences

    INR 15 L 

    1 year

    NA

    University of Maryland, USA

    Master in System Engineering

    INR 15 L 

    2 Years

    IELTS, GRE

    Harper Adams University

    Masters in Applied Mechatronic Engineering

     

    INR 11L


     

    1 year

    IELTS, PTE

    University of Sunderland

    Masters in Instrumentation Engineering

    NA

    1  year

    IELTS

    University of Greenwich

    Masters in Instrumentation Electronics Engineering

    INR 12 L 

    1 year

    IELTS

    Top Instrumentation Engineering Colleges by State & Cities

    The top Instrumentation Engineering colleges based on the states and cities have been listed in the following table. Candidates can check the list of colleges out on the basis of their preference for the location. In order to get hold of the colleges, candidates are required to click on the following links present on the table.

    State & Cities based Top Instrumentation Engineering Colleges

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in Tamil Nadu

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in Maharashtra

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in Kerala

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in Uttar Pradesh

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in Karnataka

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in West Bengal

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in MP

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in Odisha

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in Rajasthan

    Instrumentation Engineering Colleges in Gujarat

    Required Skill Set for Instrumentation Engineering

    Required skill sets in order to succeed as an Instrumentation Engineer, candidates should have problem-solving skills, interpersonal skills, etc. 

    • Problem-solving – The candidate pursuing Instrumentation Engineering should be able to solve the problems that arrive up in front of them.
    • Creativity – Instrumentation Engineering candidates should be able to presume something out of the crate to become innovative.
    • Communication skills – Instrumentation Engineering should have fine communication dexterities to solve their customers’ problems correctly.
    • Collaboration –Instrumentation Engineering should be efficient in working with the team. Be interactive with them.
    • Attention to detail – The candidate willing to pursue Instrumentation Engineering should be alert to the accuracy of the devices closely.
    • Lifelong learning –  Instrumentation Engineering candidates should be attentive to the changing fragments in the industry to support themselves regularly updated.

    All the required skill sets have been listed in the table given below.

    Required skills for Instrumentation Engineer

    Mechanical aptitude

    Physics

    Problem-solving

    Troubleshooting skills

    Reading

    Writing

    Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry

    Physical agility

    Critical thinking

    Interpersonal skills

    Course Curriculum for Instrumentation Engineering

    The Instrumentation Engineering course is an integrated course of multiple domains such as computer engineering, mechanical engineering, and control. It is a multidisciplinary study through which the candidates who want to pursue instrumentation engineering will get a prospect to work with how the mechanisms are experienced in Instrumentation, electrical Instrumentation, instrumentation electronics, and process instrumentation.

    Candidates will know how the instruments are preserved and utilized or operated on a self-regulating basis. In the Instrumentation Engineering course, how the instrument measures various substances is also taken into concern. The basic doctrines of engineering are guided, for the candidates to know the usage of these automated systems efficiently.

    Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus

    The Instrumentation Engineering syllabus has been divided into four years, each year further subdivided into semesters. Note that, this course syllabus of each year is divided into two semesters.

    First-Year Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus

    The first-year Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus for semester 1 and semester 2 have been highlighted in the following table.

    Semester 1

    Semester 2

    Fundamentals of Measurement and Instrumentation

    Analogue Electronic Circuit

    Engineering Physics

    Material Science

    Chemistry of Engineering Material

    Measurements and Instruments

    Engineering Mathematics 1

    Sensors and Transducers Lab

    Chemistry of Engineering Material Lab

    Sensors and Transducers

    Engineering Physics Lab

    Material Science Lab

    Second-Year Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus

    The second-year Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus for semester 3 and semester 4 have been highlighted in the following table.

    Semester 3

    Semester 4

    Digital Electronics

    Microprocessor Applications

    Control System 1

    Microprocessor Applications

    Numerical Analysis

    Industrial Instrumentation 3

    Industrial Instrumentation 2

    Control System 2

    Process Dynamic and Control

    Electrical Machines

    Entrepreneurship Development

    Digital Signal Processing

    Third-Year Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus

    The third-year Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus for semester 5 and semester 6 have been highlighted in the following table.

    Semester 5

    Semester 6

    Data Acquisition and Telemetry

    Analytical Instrumentation

    Medical Instrumentation

    Robotics Engineering

    Environmental Control Engineering

    Electromagnetic Theory

    Instrumentation System Design

    Advanced Process Control

    Microcontrollers

    Project

    Fourth-Year Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus

    The fourth-year Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus for semester 7 and semester 8 have been highlighted in the following table.

    Semester 7

    Semester 8

    Project

    Dissertation

    Case Study

    -

    Instrumentation Engineering Best Books

    The best books required for the candidates willing to pursue instrumentation engineering have been listed in the table below. 

    Name of the book

    Author

    The technology of Integrated Circuits (Springer Series in Advanced Microelectronics)

    D.Widmann and H. Mader

    Introduction to Instrumentation and Measurements 

    Robert B. Northrop

    Evaluation of Analytical Methods in Biological Systems: Analysis of Biogenic Amines Pt. A 

    Glen B. Baker and Ronald T. Coutts

    Industrial Instrumentation

    Pramod B. Deshkari

    Matrix Educare B-Tech EI 2nd Year 3rd Semester Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation 

    Partha Sarathee Bhowmik

    Matrix Educare B-Tech EI 3rd Year 5th Semester Industrial Instrumentation 

    Surajit Bagchi

    What is Instrumentation Engineering’s Salary?

    The Instrumentation Engineer job profile along with the average salary received by them per annum have been listed in the table below. Candidates are advised to check them properly.

    Instrumentation Engineering Job Profile

    Instrumentation Engineer’s Salary

    Consultant salary

    INR 13 to 14 Lakhs Per Annum

    Senior Instrumentation Engineer salary

    INR 9 to 10 Lakhs Per Annum

    Instrumentation Specialist salary

    INR  7 to 8 Lakhs Per Annum

    Principle Engineer salary

    INR 18 Lakhs Per Annum

    Senior Engineer salary

    INR  5 to 6 Lakhs Per Annum

    Chartered Engineer salary

    INR 8 to 9 Lakhs Per Annum

    Career Options and Job Prospects After Instrumentation Engineering

    The career options along with the job prospects have been explained in the following table for the candidates who are willing to opt for job roles after the conclusion of the Instrumentation Engineering course.

    Instrumentation Engineering Job Profile

    Instrumentation Engineering Description

    Principle Engineer

    • Principle Engineer participates in project analysis, design, execution, and commissioning phases
    • Assess existing engineering procedures and suggests improvements

    Senior Instrumentation Engineer

    A Senior Instrumentation Engineer assesses options that include cost and risk, supportability and studies for the total device.

    Chartered Engineer

    • Chartered Engineer functions in obtaining approval for the machinery
    • Formal credentials for the import and export of devices.
    • Prior to shipments, Chartered Engineers have to review the market values, contents of the shipment, balanced life of machinery, operational conditions and accurate assessment of the customs that would be imposed on them.

    Senior Engineer

    Senior Engineer plan, investigate, build, test, and improve mechanical and electrical devices, equipment, and systems, using CADD to develop powerful machines. 

    Consultant

    • Understanding project reports, including their financial dependability and expense estimations
    • Recommending restoration, alteration, and supervision of an existing structure
    • The consultant acts as Guarantee Advisers for cross-checking design in the chance of complex structures to guarantee complete safety and economy.

    Top Recruiters of Instrumentation Engineering

    The top recruiters of Instrumentation Engineers have been listed in the pointers below. These top companies are known for supporting and maintaining the well-being of the Instrumentation Engineers through health insurance, paid vacation, corporate discounts, paid sick leaves, performance bonuses, etc. 

    • Essar
    • National Instruments
    • Medha Servodrive
    • ABB
    • Larsen & Toubro
    • Finolex Industries
    • Bosch
    • Invensys
    • Siemens Technology India
    • GE
    • Shell
    • Suzlon

    FAQs about Instrumentation Engineering

    What are the top instrumentation engineering colleges in India?

    The top instrumentation  engineering colleges in India are:
    IIT Madras    
    IIT Delhi    
    IIT Kharagpur    
    IIT Roorkee    
    IIT Guwahati    
    NIT Warangal    
    BITS Pilani    
    Amity University, Noida
     

    What are the interview questions for instrumentation engineers?

    The interview questions vary from company to company. Here are some of the top 5 interview questions that are asked to the instrumentation engineer during interviews.
    What is Process control? 
    What is a transmitter? 
    What is a “Smart” Transmitter? 
    What are the process variables and what are their units of measurement?
    What Are The Primary Elements Used for Flow Measurement?
     

    What is the annual salary of a Senior Instrumentation Engineer?

    The salary of a Senior Instrumentation Engineer usually ranges from INR 9 to 10 Lakhs Per Annum. 
     

    What is the average instrumentation engineering course fees?

    The average instrumentation engineering course fees range from INR 5 LPA to INR 18 LPA.
     

    Who are the top recruiters of instrumentation engineering?

    The top recruiters of instrumentation engineering are listed in the pointers below:
    National Instruments
    ABB
    Larsen and Toubro
    Bosch
    Invensys
    GE
    Suzlon
     

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