The duration varies from 1 year to 2 years. Each year is divided into 2 semesters with equal duration of 6 months. The syllabus is also divided accordingly. It can be pursued as regular or part time mode but it cannot be enrolled for distance learning program as it requires technical lab sessions to be attended personally.
Further Study options
After completion of M.Phil, the only option available for higher studies is PhD (Doctorate of Philosophy)- a research based long term course. Other related short term courses can be done to have better job options.
This course is a combination of theoretical and practical studies about instrumentation. It includes Pedagogical Methods in Instrumentation, Bio Medical Instrumentation, Embedded Systems, Research Methodology and Trends in Instrumentation, etc. Computer based instrumentation like MEMS and their application, VLSI System Design, Digital Signal Processing, RTOS and Vx Works, etc are also included in the course.
Candidates also learn about teaching technology, methods of teaching, etc. The part of Research methodology is also included which deals with the study about topics like transducers, microcontrollers and embedded systems, detectors, interface and standards, and many more.
The last part of course includes thesis writing based on the short research conducted by candidates.
These candidates are ideal for working in manufacturing companies for instruments, research labs, customer support providers, etc. Chemical manufacturing plants, purification plants, etc require and hire these candidates every year.
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