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Bachelor of Technology in Electronic Instrumentation and Control Engineering (EICE) is 4-year long undergraduate engineering course. It is a specialized branch of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, which primarily focuses on the principles and operations of measuring instruments used in the design and configuration of automated systems.

Admission to this course is either through JEE Main ranking or performance in state level or national level entrance examinations. Some colleges also conduct interview for the candidates who have cleared the entrance test

Average tuition fee for this course ranges between 2 to 14 lakhs for most of the top engineering institutes, however there are some institutes such as Jadavpur University which offers this course at nominal tuition fee of 12,000. Students can get various entry-level  jobs with a salary range of INR 2.2 lakhs to INR 9.8 lakhs.

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B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control Highlights Table

Name of the courseB.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control
Course LevelUndergraduate
Duration4 years, full time
StreamScience
Examination TypeSemester System
Eligibility10+2 with Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry with at least 45-50% marks
Admission Process

Based on counselling sessions after clearing Entrance Tests (JEE Main, WBJEE, COMEDK) or Direct Admission in some cases

Average Course FeeINR 1 Lakh to 12 Lakh
Average Starting SalaryINR 2 Lakh to 10 Lakh

What is B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control ?

Electronic Instrumentation and Control Engineering involves the applications of instruments for measurement, control and automation. The core subjects of the Engineering course are industrial instrumentation and process control, bio-medical instrumentation and robotics.

Computer languages such as ‘C' and C++ are also part of the curriculum. The innovative course of Instrumentation provides expertise in various fields of electrical & mechanical measurement, calibration, control systems, electronics, computers, process instrumentation, bio-medical instrumentation, microprocessors, microcontrollers etc. areas.

Who should opt B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control ?

Aspirants are required to have good knowledge in mathematics and physics. Instrumentation engineers must also possess the following skills to work in this field:

  • ability to translate project needs into design development of hardware suitable for the task
  • sound problem solving skills
  • managerial skills to control related machines
  • interest in electronics and instruments

Eligibility Criteria for B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control

Successful completion of Higher Secondary education (HSC or 10+2) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from any recognized Board or Council is the basic requirement to take admission in B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control Engineering. Minimum percentage required in the qualifying examination is 50% for most of the top engineering institutes with a relaxation of 5% marks for those belonging to reserve category (SC/ST). Some universities also require English as one of the compulsory subjects in the qualifying examination.

Admission Process for B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control

Generally, admission to B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control Engineering is based on the performance in the entrance examinations: state level or national level engineering entrance examinations. Some institutes also provide direct admission via Board Merit list considering the marks obtained in Class XII or qualifying exam.

Below are some of the entrance examinations conducted for B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control Engineering:

  • Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main – JEE is a two-tier examination: Main & Advanced. Students can get admission in most of the engineering institutes through JEE Main exam while IITs only consider the ranking based on JEE Advanced exam
  • SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Exam (SRMJEEE)SRMJEEE is a national level online examination conducted each year in the month of April by SRM University, Chennai. The university offers direct admission to top rank holders in central and state board examination and/or top 1000 IIT JEE rank holders.
  • West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) – WBJEE is a state level entrance examination for the purpose of conducting Joint Entrance Examination for admission to various institutions in West Bengal imparting education in medical, engineering and technological courses.
  • Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions (TNEA) – Conducted by the Anna University for admission into engineering colleges of Tamil Nadu. The TNEA selection process differs for candidates belonging to reserved categories.
  • UPTU 2019 (AKTU or UPSEE) – UP State Entrance Examination (UPTU), also referred to as UPSEE or AKTU is a state level entrance examination conducted by the AKTU formerly known as Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU). The exam is conducted in the month of April for admission into the undergraduate courses such as B.Tech, B.Arch, B.Pharm, MBA, MCA etc.
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Duration

The duration of Electronic Instrumentation and Control shall extend over a period of 8 consecutive semesters spread over 4 academic years – two semesters constituting one academic year.

Lateral entry

For those with diploma degree in the course, they can directly get admission in B.Tech second year with lateral entry.

Top Institutes Offering B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control

Below is a list of top colleges offering B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control and the admission procedure

COLLEGE/INSTITUTECITY/STATETUITION FEES (PER YEAR)ADMISSION PROCEDURE
Government Engineering College BikanerBikaner, Rajasthan70,000 INROn merit basis of total marks obtained by the candidate in JEE (Mains)
Thapar UniversityPatiala, Punjab2,53,800 INRDirect admission including tuition fee waiver to top 5 toppers of recognized secondary boards in India
Jadavpur UniversityKolkata, West Bengal3,000 INRWest Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE)
Noorul Islam UniversityKanyakumarI, Tamil Nadu1,000,00 INRAdmission is either JEE Mains ranking or by clearing the minimum cut-off in Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission (TNEA) exam
SRM UniversityChennai, Tamil Nadu2,17,500 INRSRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination (SRMJEEE)
Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science (HITS)Chennai, Tamil Nadu1,56,625 INRHITSEEE – a national level online examination
Manipal Institute of TechnologyManipal, Karnataka35,27,50 INRAll India Manipal University Online Entrance Test (MU-OET)
Azad Institute of Engineering & TechnologyLucknow, Uttar Pradesh90,000 INRAdmission is either through JEE-Main ranking or UPTU examination (UP State Entrance Examination)

Career Prospects after B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control

Electronic and Instrumentation Engineers are generally recruited by industries in various cadres like Design, Development, Automation, Control, Fabrication, Inspection, Quality Control, Maintenance and Service and so on.

Below are some of the job titles and job profiles along with the remuneration offered in the field of Electronic Instrumentation and Control

Job TitleJob ProfileSalary (Lakhs per annum)
Instrumentation EngineerResponsible for a variety of work from designing, developing, installing, managing and maintaining equipment that are used to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes.Linde Group – 4.5 INR Reliance – 5.5 INR Yokogawa Electric/Dresser-Rand Group/Essar – 3.5 INR Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals (GSFC) – 8 INR
Instrumentation and Control TechnicianResponsibilities include setting up and testing equipment, analyzing data, sketching plans and writing reports. Control and instrumentation engineers are responsible for designing, developing, installing, managing and maintaining equipment which is used to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes.INR 3.6-9.2
Electrical R & D Engineer (Automation/Robotics/Motion Control)Responsibility is to facilitate the effective and efficient use of our client's proprietary hardware and software. The R&D Engineer assists in designing, programming, integrating and configuring hardware and software solutions for client's projects as assigned. INR 3.4- 8.2
Automation EngineerMaintains and increases production efficiencies as well as troubleshoot problems, identify and implement solutions.INR 363,386 - Rs 814,973
Testing and Quality Maintenance EngineerQuality engineers monitor and audit the quality of all manufactured goods in a variety of industries. Electrical quality engineers check the flow of electricity and ensure the proper operation of equipment and machinery.INR 369,512 - Rs 790,853

Course Structure and Syllabus for B.Tech in Electronic Instrumentation and Control

The core subjects of the Engineering course are industrial instrumentation and process control, bio-medical instrumentation and robotics. Apart from these, it also deals with software and hardware topics such as microprocessor and micro controller based instrumentation, VLSI etc.

Semester I
Theory SubjectsPractical Subjects
Soft Skills IPhysics Laboratory
Calculus and SolidChemistry Laboratory
Geometry---
Physics---
Chemistry---
English---
Value Education---
Semester II
Theory SubjectsPractical Subjects
Soft Skills IICircuits & Devices Laboratory
Advanced Calculus andEngineering Graphics
Complex Analysis---
Materials Science---
Principles of Environmental Science---
Electric Circuits and Networks---
Programming using MATLAB---
Biology for Engineers---
Basic Civil Engineering---
Basic Mechanical Engineering---
Basic Electrical Engineering---
Basic Electronics Engineering---
Electronics Engineering Practices---
Electrical Engineering Practices---
NCC/NSS/NSO/Yoga---
Semester III
Theory SubjectsPractical Subjects
German Language Phase I / French Language Phase I/ Japanese Language Phase I / Korean Language Phase I / Chinese Language Phase IElectronic Circuits Laboratory
Aptitude IElectrical Machines Laboratory
Transforms and Boundary Value Problems---
Digital Electronics---
Principles of Communication Engineering---
Electronic Circuits---
Signals and Systems---
Electrical Machines---
Semester IV
Theory SubjectsPractical Subjects
German Language Phase II / French Language Phase II/ Japanese Language Phase I / Korean Language Phase II / Chinese Language Phase IILinear and Digital Integrated Circuits Laboratory
Aptitude IISensors and Transducers Laboratory
Numerical Methods---
Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics---
Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation---
Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications---
Sensors and Transducers---
Dep. Elective I---
Semester V
Theory SubjectsPractical Subjects
Aptitude IIIControl Systems Engineering Laboratory
Probability and StatisticsMicroprocessor and Microcontroller Programming Laboratory
Industrial Instrumentation---
Control Systems Engineering---
Microprocessor and Microcontroller---
Dep. Elective II---
Open Elective I---
Semester VI
Theory SubjectsPractical Subjects
Aptitude IVProcess Control Engineering Laboratory
Digital Signal Processing and ApplicationsElectronic Design Project Laboratory
Process Control Engineering---
Power Electronics and Drives---
Open elective I, II, III---
Minor Project---
Semester VII
Theory SubjectsPractical Subjects
Logic and Distributed Control SystemDigital Image Processing Laboratory
Digital Image ProcessingIndustrial Automation Laboratory
Robotics and AutomationVirtual Instrumentation Laboratory
Dep. Elective IV---
Dep. Elective V---
Industrial Training (Training after VI semester)---
Semester VIII
Theory SubjectsPractical Subjects
Major Project / Practice SchoolMajor Project

Industrial training

It is mandatory for students to undergo industrial training during their course of study, usually in the last year of course. Universities also arrange industrial visits, technical seminars and workshops.

Elective Subject list

  • Network Analysis and Synthesis
  • Electromagnetic Theory
  • Analytical Instrumentation
  • Digital System Design
  • Biomedical Instrumentation
  • Modern Control System
  • Instrumentation Buses and Data Networks
  • Computer Control of Processes
  • Autotronix
  • Instrumentation and Control in Process Industries
  • Adaptive Control Systems
  • Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
  • Power Plant Instrumentation
  • Virtual Instrumentation
  • VLSI Design
  • Telemetry and Telecontrol
  • Object-Oriented Test and Measurement Software Development
  • Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks
  • Robotics and Automation

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