B.Tech. Electronics & Instrumentation

IEC College of Engineering and Technology
In Hoshiarpur, Greater Noida, Shimla and another venue.

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Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
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Alwar
Plot No. - J-1, Ambedkar Nagar, Rajasthan, India
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Greater Noida
Plot No. 4, Institutional Area, Surajpur Kasna Road Knowledge Park 1,, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Hoshiarpur
Tanda Road, Nanowal Vaid, Punjab, India
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Shimla
Plot No. - 7&10, Atal Nagar, (Kallujhanda), Himachal Pradesh, India
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Course programme

The B.Tech course is approved by AICTE and affiliated to U.P. Technical University, Lucknow.Electronics & Instrumentation Engineers carry out the task of measuring, doing research, installing, developing, testing, maintaining and designing various instruments used in the industry. With computer aided processes and automation techniques, these engineers formulate ways to control these systems. To put it crisply, they aim to 'Measure the world accurately and to control it precisely'. The Department of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering is going to start in this academic session with a clear vision to contribute its bit in the
national effort of providing quality Engineers in the service of mankind. Starting from the modest beginning the department has grown from strength to strength to become a versatile entity. This has become possible because of the perseverance, sincerity and dedication exhibited by our staff and students. The EIE Department equips students withknowledge of instruments and their
management.

This program combines academic and motor skills necessary to carve out a path in the field of measurement, electronics and understanding of complex processes. The highlight of this program is the dual-purpose approach of learning key concepts and engaging in practical experience. The students are trained to plan, design, install, operate, service and maintain complex instruments and at the same time making sure high quality is maintained.


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