About M.Tech Instrumentation and Control Engineering Course
Master of Technology in Instrumentation and Control Engineering is a 2 years postgraduate course in instrumentation engineering which provides students the knowledge required for planning, designing, installing, operating, controlling and maintaining the complex systems.
Duration of the M.Tech Instrumentation and Control Engineering is 2 years, which is divided into 4 semesters. Some institutes offer this course in part-time basis.
Minimum eligibility required for admission to the M.Tech Instrumentation and Control Engineering course is to qualify in B.E/ B.Tech in Mechanical/ Production/ Automobile/ Aeronautical/ Mechatronics/ Metallurgical/ Marine/ Industrial/ Manufacturing Engineering from a recognized university with minimum aggregate score of 50%.
Admission to the M.Tech Instrumentation and Control Engineering course is given based on candidate's performance in a state level or national level entrance examinations like Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering GATE, Telangana State Post Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test TS PGECET, Andhra Pradesh Post Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test AP PGECET etc. Some of the reputed institutes conduct their own entrance examination.
More about the Course
Instrumentation is a art and science of measurement and control and Control Engineering is a discipline which applies control theory in designing systems. M.Tech Instrumentation and Control Engineering course provides students the knowledge on subjects like control frameworks, sensor frameworks, mechanical technology, electrical buildings and interchanges.
Some of the subjects included in the syllabus of this course are Transducer Technology, Modelling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems, Linear Control Theory, Reliability and Safety Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Analytical Instrumentation, Biomedical Instrumentation, Robotics, Optical and Laser Instrumentation, Ultrasonic Instrumentation, Electronic Devices and Systems, Modern Power Converters, Advanced Control Theory, Industrial Automation and Control, Digital Control Systems, Remote Sensing and Control and Advanced Mathematical Techniques.
Successful postgraduates of M.Tech Instrumentation and Control Engineering course can find job employment in Space Research Organizations, Housing and Urban Development Boards, Defense Services, Chemical Industries, Oil Exploration and Refining Centers, Quality Testing Laboratories, Software Design Companies, Electronics Manufacturing Companies, Power Plants, Polymer Technology, Textile Technology, Thermal Engineering etc. Some of the job positions offered for these post graduates are listed below:
- Engineering Technologist
- Engineering Technician
- Product Development Engineer
- Mechanical Design Engineer
- Junior Engineer
- Registered Engineering Technician
- Electrical Product Design Engineer
- Executive Engineer
- Development and Test Engineer
- Chief Engineer
- Assistant Engineer
Further Study Options
Students willing to go for further higher research studies can opt for Ph.D in Instrumentation and Control Engineering course, after completing this course.
M.Tech. Instrumentation and Control Engineering Admissions for 2020 - 2021 Academic Year
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