B.Tech in Electronics & Instrumentation EngineeringBabu Banarasi Das National Institute of Technology & Managem
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B.Tech in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
The Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Department has emerged as a Leading Department in the premier Institute. The past record speaks volumes about the Department.
The requirement of an Instrumentation Engineer is in every sphere of life from A, B to Z as in the filed of Automobiles, Biomedical to Zymurgy.
The primary focus of instrumentation engineering is the development and implementation of electrical and electronic instruments for the purpose of measuring, monitoring, and recording physical phenomena. Among many other types of instruments, instrumentation engineers develop seismic sensors, blood glucose sensors, fire detectors, and ampere meters.
The scope of instrumentation engineering is vast, and appears to be growing, in part due to the increased use of automatic control in manufacturing and process plants. Growth is also tied to the development of more accurate and more robust sensors, which allow us to detect phenomena of interest (such as the presence of minute levels of toxins in food) with much higher precision than what we could do a generation ago.