Like other engineering course, it is having 4 years duration. All these 4 years are divided into 8 semesters. Students need to clear each semester separately.
Further study options
Students can pursue M.E / M.Tech in Electronics after completion of their graduation degree. They can also go for MBA if their interest allows for that.
Apart from these regular courses, one may also opt for MS that is Master of Science.
The graduates can work for maintaining the existing control systems, can manage the control systems and even can Design and develop control systems. They are required by firms for collaborating with design engineers and other staff members who are involved in production.
They have quality to manage project and trouble shoot it and that is the reason, companies hiring these candidates every year.
The target sectors are Fertilizers firms, Refineries, Food processing plants, Power plant and many more. Process Automation (Emerson) and Factory Automation (Hyundai) are big names in this field.
These candidates can also work in other related field like in Automobiles industries and Electronics firms.
It is a combination of many fields like Electronics, Mechanical Measurements, Electrical and Process Control Engineering. In starting, it teaches the basics like physics, chemistry, Mathematics, etc. to build the strong foundation of students. Then the syllabus moves on to specific topics like Micro-controllers, PC interfacing, Control Systems and Industrial Instrumentation.
Robotics, Embedded Systems, Intelligent Controllers, etc are some fascinating part of this course.
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