Instrumentation and Control Engineering
Instrumentation is a vast interdisciplinary branch of engineering. Instrumentation and control engineers design, develop, install, manage and maintain instruments that monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes. A professional in the field is responsible for making these systems and processes operate efficiently, resourcefully and safely. An Instrumentation and Control Engineer also understands the operational processes of an organization and works closely with it across functions including operations, purchasing and design.
After B.Tech in Instrumentation and Control Engineering, you can go for M.Tech, followed by research.
Some of the other profiles for a graduate in this domain include managing operations, troubleshooting and problem-solving, developing innovative business plans, rational project management, maintaining existing systems, writing computer software and lots more.
Sensors and transducers
PC Interfacing and telemetry
Instrumentation system design
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