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B. Tech. in Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering [AEIE]
|Name of Institution||Total No. of Students|
|Guru Nanak Institute of Technology(GNIT)||60|
|Asansol Engineering College (JV)||60|
|Total Pass Out Per Year||120|
The candidate must have completed the age of 17 years on or before 31st December in the year of admission with a valid WBJEE / JEE (Main) will be allotted a seat through counseling. Admission to any of the B.Tech streams is as per the norms and guidelines of Dept. of Higher Education, Govt. of West Bengal.
4 years full time B. Tech. In
Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering,
Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
Core Subjects (Spread over 8 Semester)
Optional Electives (Offered in the 7th and 8th Semester)
A minimum of 25% of total students strength are required for any optional subject to be taught.
Total Credits: 222; Total Contact periods-3668
Instrumentation engineering is one of the most complicated but sophisticated branches of engineering discipline which may be studied as a separate branch or along with electronics engineering. The study mainly focuses on the design, configuration and automated systems. The professionals who are involved in these activities are known as instrumentation engineers. Instrumentation Engineers help in the designing, construction and maintenance of instruments and entire instrumentation systems of an industrial undertaking. An instrumentation engineer decides the type of instruments needed for ensuring better quality and efficiency of the end product.
Instrumentation engineers work for industries with automated processes, such as chemical or manufacturing plants, with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability, safety, optimization and stability. They find jobs in various sectors including R&D units of public and private sector companies, heavy industries such as Thermal Power Stations, Steel Plants, Refineries, Cement and Fertilizer Plants etc. Also, they find jobs in companies manufacturing specialized instruments as well as in the user industries themselves, both in public as well as private sectors. They have a multidisciplinary role to play.