What is Applied Electronics And Instrumentation
Applied Electronics And Instrumentation(AEI) is a separate branch along with electronics engineering. The primary duty of instrumentation engineers is to decide the type of instruments needed for industry to ensure better quality and efficiency of products. The goal of instrumentation engineers is to improve system production, optimization, and safety. The duties of instrumentation engineers include the construction and maintenance of instruments, the design of instruments, and the maintenance of the entire instrumentation industry.
- Pass in 10+2 (American 12th grade or equivalent with physics or mathematics or English as a compulsory subject with botany or chemistry).
- The candidate should have minimum percentage marks taken together in mathematics or physics or any one of the optional subjects.
Course Subjects of Applied Electronics And Instrumentation
- Electronic Circuits
- Digital Systems
- Electric Circuits and Network Theory
- Linear Integrated Circuits And Applications
- Introduction to Microprocessors
- Electronic Instrumentation And Measurements
- Advanced Microprocessors And Microcontrollers
- Signals And Systems
- Control Engineering
- Biomedical Instrumentation
- Power Electronics
- Digital Signal Processing
- Electronic Communication Systems
- Advanced Control Theory
- Industrial Instrumentation
- Embedded Systems
- Process Control Instrumentation
- Optoelectronic Instrumentation
- Analog and Digital MOS Circuits
- Embedded System & Signal Processing Lab
- Industrial Automation
- Advanced Instrumentation
- Analytical Instruments
Careers After Applied Electronics and Instrumentation
- Research and development instrumentation units.
- Manufacturing industries
- Thermal Power stations
- Steel plants
- fertilizer plants
- Robotics electronics
- Process control and instrumentation
- Embedded systems
- Automation in industry
- Employment opportunities in many multinational companies such as Tata Power, Reliance Energy, HCL, etc.