Electronics Instrumentation & Control - Career Queries

Electronic Instrumentation and control engineers play a vital role in today’s modern industries. Instrumentation and Control Engineers has a challenging responsibility of designing and developing reliable control systems. Control systems engineers are the engineer who applies control theory to design systems with desired behaviours. Control engineers are responsible for the research, design, development and control devices/systems, especially in the manufacturing facilities. They design and develop the control system and maintain the existing control of the system. They also provide the consultancy support. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Electronics Instrumentation & Control answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Electronics Instrumentation & Control

Electronics and instrumentation engineering is a specialized branch of engineering which focuses on the principles and operation of measuring instruments, process control which are used in design and configuration of automated systems. These engineers work for industries with automated processes such as chemical or manufacturing plants, with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability, safety,optimization and stability . Instrumentation engineers help in the designing , construction and maintenance of instruments in the designing, construction and maintenance of instruments and enti

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Hello thereThank you for approaching counsellors at Mera career guide. I appreciate your interest in becoming a professor and hats off  for that as not many students aim for  a teaching career. A professor career carries with it high responsibility for the society and i am glad you chose this. before we go into the topic, let me introduce myself. i am Gomathi and i am into this counselling industry for over 23 years now. I am also the Managing director of GV Counselling group that is established in south Bangalore and also recently moved into chennai. I specialise in guidance and cou

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Instrumentation engineers can get job in research and development units of public and private sector companies. They are also required by the the heavy industries such as thermal power stations, steel plants , refineries and cement and fertilizers plants. both in government and private sector like ;national fertilizers limitedbharat heavy electrical ltdHoneywellSamsungIndian oil corporation ltdsteel authority of IndiaMat IT companies like Tata consultancy services, Infosys and Accenture also hire instrumentation engineers. They can also work as manufacturing engineers, quality controllers

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The typical day of an Electronics Instrumentation and Control Engineer is spent in a variety of activities as explained below: Most of the times, they are working for large organizations. Therefore the project meetings are often the top priority at the beginning of the day.                    Once they are done with the meeting, they keep a check on the emails and make sure that they reply to the urgent ones.  They have to make a number of observations throughout the day and make their reports on that. They also

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Electronics Instrumentation engineering is a specialized branch of engineering which focuses on the principle and operation of measuring instruments, process control which are used in design and configuration of automated systems. These engineers work for industries with automated processes such as chemical or manufacturing plants with the goal of improving system productivity , reliability , safety, optimization and stability. Instrumentation engineers help in the designing, construction and maintenance of instruments and entire instrumentation systems of an industrial undertaking. As pe

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Engineers lay down the technological and industrial infrastructure of a country. The engineer's work begins at the desk or drawing board,planning, sketching and drawing technical outlines of projects. At the conceptual stage some imagination combined with the technical knowledge is needed. Often engineers work in a team in order to conceive and plan a project. Once the plan is approved they organize and supervise the implementation of the project. Field or factory or site work is part of an engineers' life. They are also engaged in research and development where their work involve

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Hi There, The said fields are just not in sync with each other. One is north, so other is south. Financial Advisor is completely related to commerce or rather Finances, dealing with money related matters. They are the ones who advise clients and companies whereby where to invest, how to make profits by studying the market trends. For someone to be a financial advisor, a student would have to pursue B.Com after class 12th and can then opt for an MBA in Finance or investment banking related courses after Graduation. Electronics and Instrumentation engineers are students from the Science ba

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Hello thereThank you for approaching counsellors at Mera career guide. I appreciate your interest in becoming a professor and hats off  for that as not many students aim for  a teaching career. A professor career carries with it high responsibility for the society and i am glad you chose this. before we go into the topic, let me introduce myself. i am Gomathi and i am into this counselling industry for over 23 years now. I am also the Managing director of GV Counselling group that is established in south Bangalore and also recently moved into chennai. I specialise in guidance and cou

1 answer Gomathi Venkat in Electronics Instrumentation & Control category

Whenever one is wanting to go for engineering, medicine, defence, etc, maths knowledge and expertise is a must. Engineering, Electronics, Instrumentation, Control very much require good aptitude and command over maths, physics, etc. Having sound understanding of maths can really help you become a good electronics or instrumentation or control engineer. I would suggest you to pursue maths classes if you are weak in maths and practice as much as possible to master the subject. Even commerce field requires maths for those who are going CA, CFA courses etc. So maths a very required thing today. Ev

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An Electronics and instrumentation engineer is responsible for designing , installing , managing and maintaining equipment which is used to monitor and control engineering system, machinery and processes. Work of instrumentation engineers many include:-Designing and developing new control systemsManaging operationsProviding advice and consultancy supportDomain expert in IT industryProject management within cost and rime constrained environmentMaintaining and modifying existing systemsWorking collaboratively with design engineers, operation engineers,purchasers and other internal staffContactin

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Electronics and instrumentation engineering is the specialized branch of engineering which focuses on the principle and operation of measuring instruments, process control which are used in design and configuration of automated systems. These engineers work for industries with automated processes such as chemical or manufacturing plants with the goal of improving system productivity , reliability , safety , optimization and stability. Instrumentation engineers help in the designing, construction and maintenance of instruments and entire instrumentation system of an industrial

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Instrumentation engineers can get jobs in research and development units of public and private sector companies. They are also required by the heavy industries such as thermal power stations, cement and fertilizer plants , refineries and steel plants both in government and private sectors like National Fertilizers Limited, Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited, Honeywell, Samsung, Indian Oil Corporation Limited and Steel Authority of India Limited. These engineers work for automated processes  with the goal of improving system productivity , reliability , safety , optimization and

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics Instrumentation & Control category

Engineers lay down the technological and industrial infrastructure of a country. The engineer's work begins at the desk or drawing board,planning, sketching and drawing technical outlines of projects. At the conceptual stage some imagination combined with the technical knowledge is needed. Often engineers work in a team in order to conceive and plan a project. Once the plan is approved they organize and supervise the implementation of the project. Field or factory or site work is part of an engineers' life. They are also engaged in research and development where their work involve

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Electronics and instrumentation engineering is a specialized branch of engineering which focuses on the principles and operation of measuring instruments, process control which are used in design and configuration of automated systems. These engineers work for industries with automated processes such as chemical or manufacturing plants, with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability, safety,optimization and stability . Instrumentation engineers help in the designing , construction and maintenance of instruments in the designing, construction and maintenance of instruments and enti

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics Instrumentation & Control category

Electronics Instrumentation engineering is a specialized branch of engineering which focuses on the principle and operation of measuring instruments, process control which are used in design and configuration of automated systems. These engineers work for industries with automated processes such as chemical or manufacturing plants with the goal of improving system productivity , reliability , safety, optimization and stability. Instrumentation engineers help in the designing, construction and maintenance of instruments and entire instrumentation systems of an industrial undertaking. As pe

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Instrumentation engineers can get job in research and development units of public and private sector companies. They are also required by the the heavy industries such as thermal power stations, steel plants , refineries and cement and fertilizers plants. both in government and private sector like ;national fertilizers limitedbharat heavy electrical ltdHoneywellSamsungIndian oil corporation ltdsteel authority of IndiaMat IT companies like Tata consultancy services, Infosys and Accenture also hire instrumentation engineers. They can also work as manufacturing engineers, quality controllers

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics Instrumentation & Control category

The typical day of an Electronics Instrumentation and Control Engineer is spent in a variety of activities as explained below: Most of the times, they are working for large organizations. Therefore the project meetings are often the top priority at the beginning of the day.                    Once they are done with the meeting, they keep a check on the emails and make sure that they reply to the urgent ones.  They have to make a number of observations throughout the day and make their reports on that. They also

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A control and instrumentation engineer is essentially responsible for designing, developing, installing, managing and/or maintaining equipment which is used to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes. Tasks and responsibilities, which are common to instrumentation engineers, may include:Designing and developing new control systems;Maintaining and modifying existing systems;Managing operations;Working collaboratively with design engineers, operation engineers, purchasers and other internal staff;Contacting clients, suppliers, contractors and relevant authoritiesProject

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