M.Sc. or Master of Science in Electronics and Instrumentation is a Post Graduation degree course in the field of Electronics. The course includes the study of standard electronic instrument signal for transmitters and valves. It focuses on the practical training of development and design. Candidates also learn about hardware and software in detail. They get skilled for development of electronics and instrumentation systems applied in industrial, biomedical, communication and research sectors.
Some more advanced topics like robotics, advanced sensors, fiber optic instrumentation, biomedical engineering, etc are also included in the course.
As the course includes lab and practical sessions, it cannot be pursued through correspondence.
Candidates who have completed B.Sc. in electronics, electronic science, industrial electronics, communication system, computer science, etc are eligible for this course. This course must be pursued from a reputed and recognized institute and candidates should have scored 60% marks or higher to become eligible for this course.
In most of the institutes, admissions are offered either directly or on merit basis. Some reputed institutes conduct entrance tests to shortlist the candidates on the basis of their performance in the same.
In all the cases, candidates need to submit their duly filled application forms in the selected institutes before the last date of submission.
The duration of this course is 2 years or 4 semesters.
Further Study options
After completion of this course, candidates interested in higher studies can pursue Ph.D. in Electronics and Instrumentation. Any other related subject like Quantum electronics, digital electronics, etc. can also be selected for the same.
The course starts with Mathematical methods, linear ICs, and application, measurement and control systems. Candidates also learn about microprocessors, process control, computer-aided instrumentation, digital signal processing and image processing through this course.
The latter part of the course includes Microcontrollers and embedded systems, industrial instrumentation and lab sessions for DSP, Process Control, Digital ICs, VLSI designing, etc.
The last semester of the course includes a short-term project which is also known as a dissertation. Candidates get professional exposure during this project. They need to write the thesis and submit the same before the semester end.
These candidates can become a technical director, Network Planning Engineer, Senior Sales Manager, Software Analyst, Electronics, and Communication Consultant, etc very easily.
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