The programme will extend over a period of four years* leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (BE). The four academic years will be divided into eight semesters with two semesters per year.
Students who enjoy hands-on automation and process control will appreciate the strong training and technical foundation provided in the Instrumentation & Control Engineering Technology program. Instruments and process control systems are used in the industry to measure and control variables such as pressure, flow, temperature, level, motion, force and chemical composition. Physical event detector, signal conditioning and transmitter, analyzer, controller and final control element such as control valve and electric motor are part of an automated control loop. The automation is applicable to the process industries including petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and food processing as well as controlling environmental conditions in a variety of industrial and commercial buildings.Students will acquire the technical skills of reading and designing piping and instrumentation diagrams, creating operator graphics and schematics, configuring and tuning of control loops, and performing instrument and control system documentation according to standards and codes. The hands-on laboratory component is designed to enable participants to install, configure, calibrate, troubleshoot, and maintain instruments (pneumatic, analog, digital) and control systems in a variety of replicated industrial settings.
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