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Electronic instrumentation and control engineering is an interdisciplinary branch, that includes studying electrical, electronics, instrumentation and a good many concepts on computer engineering. Instrumentation engineering has in effect evolved from electrical and electronic engineering, applying the principle of both. The chief aim of instrumentation and control engineering is to achieve greater productivity, reliability, safety, control and stability. Control engineering or controlling the processes is one of the chief applications of instrumentation. As an instrument or control engineer, you will be installing, calibrating, commissioning, maintaining and repairing a complex system of measurement and control in a variety of process based applications.
Instrumentation and control engineers mostly get to work in industries where the processes are automated. Whether it’s a power plant, chemical plant, manufacturing plant, refineries, nuclear power station, transportation, research labs, aviation, space stations, beverage or food processing plant, automation is the order of the day. Robotics is one nascent field, where lots of opportunities are likely to come up in the near future. Thus, one can get to work in any of the above or scores of other related fields. Whether in the private industries or in the government sector there’s no dearth of jobs in this field. The scope improves further when one undergoes a postgraduation course like M.Tech or M.E. in the field. There are tremendous scope for research in the field in India and abroad. One need to do a Ph.D for research based jobs.
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