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I am confused myself, by what your question means?
Because I am very sure, you know the difference between the two fields.
Are you then here referring to:
1. Difference between the two [in terms of Job roles and responsibility]
2. Can both work in a same industry
3. Financially, are both paid the same or which is better paid.
As an [Electronics & Instrumentation engineer,] one needs to opt for 12th Science, and a PCM option, after 12th clear entrance exam and then is eligible for a 4 years B.E / B.tech course.
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If your family is in good financial condition, then I would suggest you to continue with graduation that is, Bachelor in Engineering. If you are required to earn due to family compulsions, then doing a job is required. If you are interested in construction industry, then you may choose to do BBA Construction Management from Samvit School of Infrastructure Business which is based in Pune, Maharashtra. BBA CM is a full time course however the classes are held thrice in a week and that too from seven to nine in the evening. So there is no need to leave your job for completing graduation. But yes
An instrumentation engineer is mainly 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 may include:-Designing and developing new control systemsmaintaining and modifying existing systemsmanaging operationsworking collaboratively with design engineers, operations engineers, purchasers and other internal staff.contacting clients, suppliers, contractors and relevant authoritiesproject management within cost and time constrained environmentstrouble
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An instrumentation engineer is essentially responsible for designing, developing, installing , managing and maintaining equipment which is used to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes. Tasks and responsibilities of instrumentation engineers include:-Designing and developing new control systemsMaintaining and modifying existing systemsManaging operationsworking collaboratively with design engineers, operation engineers , purchasers and other internal staffcontacting clients, suppliers, contractors and relevant authoritiestroubleshooting and problem solvingpurchasing
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