Electronic Instrumentation and Control Engineering deals with the design, configuration and automation of systems. Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering (E&I), Instrumentation & Controls Engineering (ICE), are the two Engineering courses which are derivative of the Instrumentation Engineering. These two courses covers almost similar subjects and the professionals graduated in these courses can look for a similar work profile.This course encompasses the design, build and management of systems that are used in a range of modern industrial settings, and is closely related to mechatronic and robotic engineering. Instrumentation engineers are employed at essential positions in the industrial manufacturing sector and usually work in industries with automated processes, such as chemical or manufacturing plants with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability and stability. Just imagine your office and home without instruments! You will get a feel of the stone age as soon as you start thinking of a world without instruments. Instruments of different nature have become an essential part of our lives, and this is possible only because of the instrumentation and control engineers around us.
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