Diploma is considered as a suitable option for those who want to get a job without doing graduation. Diploma in Electronics and Instrumentation is related to the Instrumentation Engineering and teaches about designing, construction, and maintenance of various instruments and the whole instrumentation systems of any industry. These candidates get skilled for working in processing industries, automation industries, biomedical instrumentation firms, chemical industries, food processing companies, etc.
Candidates having a good grip on science subjects and want to apply mathematics, engineering and science-related skills in formulating, identifying and solving various instrumentations, electronic and electric related problems are ideal for this course.
Candidates who have completed their 12th standard in science stream from a registered institute and board and have scored at least 50% marks are eligible for this course. This course also has some age restriction criteria but it varies from one institute to another.
For admissions, candidates need to submit the duly filled application form before the last date of application submission. They must not forget to attach the other required documents with the form to avoid the rejection of their application.
Admissions are offered directly or on merit basis in most of the institutes. Some institutes may conduct entrance tests to validate the knowledge of candidates.
The duration of this course varies depending upon the qualification of candidates, mode of the course, institute, etc. In most of the cases, it ranges between 2-3 years.
Further Study options
After completion of this Diploma course, candidates can pursue graduation by enrolling in Bachelor of Engineering/ Bachelor of Technology/ Bachelor of Science, etc with specialization in Instrumentation Engineering, Medical Electronics, Electronic Instrumentation and control, and many others.
After that, Post Graduation can be done in M.E. or M.Tech with same or related specializations.
M.Phil and Ph.D. are also available for the candidates who want to pursue research work in their own field.
The course starts with very basic topics like Technical English, Basic Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Chemistry, graphics, etc. Candidates also learn about fundamentals of computers and also have laboratory sessions for physics, chemistry, and technical practices.
The latter part of the course includes topics like transforms and partial differential equations, electrical machines, electronic devices and circuits, environmental science, electrical measurements, data structures, and algorithms.
They can work in chemical industries, academic institutes, power plants, food processing firms, automation industries, etc very easily.
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