About M.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Master of Technology in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is a two year postgraduate Electronic Engineering course which focus on the design and development of electronics and instrumentation systems. This program provides students the theoretical and practical skills required to work in instrumentation and control industries.
Minimum eligibility required to apply for admission to the M.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering course is to qualify in Bachelor's Degree (B.E/ B.Tech) or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized university with minimum aggregate score of 50%.
Admission procedure may differ from on institute to another. Most of the institutes offer admission to the M.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, based on candidate's performance in the GATE examination and personal interview. Some reputed institutes may conduct their own entrance examination to offer admission.
More about the course
In this course students learn aspects such as planning, designing, installing, operating, controlling and maintaining complex systems in the instrumentation and control industries. Some of the subjects covered in the M.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering course are advanced electronics circuits, signal and systems, measurement system and design, mechatronics, instrumentation methods and analysis, process control systems design, sensor science and technology, medical instrumentation, ultrasonic instrumentation, remote sensing and control, soft computing theory, units and standard and non destructive testing.
Duration of the M.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation is 2 years. These 2 years are divided into 4 semesters, means 2 semesters per years. And time period of each semester is 6 months.
Successful postgraduates of the M.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering course can find employment in the manufacturing industries, consulting firms, entertainment industry, multimedia service firms, data communication firms, broadcasting firms, colleges and universities, research and development centers etc. Some of the job positions offered for these postgraduates are listed below:
- Electronic Technician
- Instrumentation Reliabiloty Engineer
- Optical Instrumentation Technician
- Equipment Service Technician
- Staff Technician
- Pulsed Power Technician
- Manufacturing Technician
Future Study Options
Candidates willing to pursue higher studies can opt for Ph.D Applied Electronics and M.Phil in related subject, after successful completion of M.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering course.
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