Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer - Career Queries

Electronics and instrumentation Engineer are the specialized engineers of the Electronic and communication Engineers branch. Instrumentation Engineers works on the basis of mechatronics and robotics engineering. Their main objective is to ensure that processes of the system operate safely and efficiently. Instrumentation technology helps to create, construct and maintain measuring and controlling of devices and systems that are found in manufacturing plants and research institutions. So does the Electronic and instrumentation engineer works on the same basis. They mainly concentrate on designing and the configuration part of the system. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer

Electronic Instrumentation engineering is specialized branch of electrical and electronic 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 industria

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

The typical day of an Electronics and Instrumentation Engineer is spent in following fashion. Checking the emails and conducting the project meeting so that planning can be done accordingly. They immediately get to their work after the meetings and start the day's course of action. They have to do a lot of design work. Instrument design, wiring diagrams, specifications etc.              They do the analysis of the electronic instruments they are working on.  Sometimes they also work on the project cost estimatio

1 answer Deepak Rana in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

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

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

The demand for electronics and instrumentation engineering is growing rapidly and job opportunities for graduates are multifaceted. The graduates can work as manufacturing engineers in multi national companies like Sony, LG, Samsung and Philips as quality controllers, research, design & development consultants, entrepreneurs and teachers. They can get job in research and development units of public and private sector companies. They are also required by the heavy industries such as thermal power stations, steel plants, refineries and cement and fertilizer plants both in government and priv

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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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Electronics & instrumentation engineering is a specialized branch of electrical and electronics 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

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Hi, Welcome to [CareerGuide.com][1] 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] 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,][3] 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. These are engineers mainly into m

3 answers Renu in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

Hello there!Thank you very much for contacting counsellors at Mera career guide and I am glad to help you get your query solved today. Before we move further, please let me introduce myself. I am Gomathi and I have been into counselling since 23 years and I am focused into counselling on education and career for students and mature employees. I am also the Managing Director of GV Consulting group based in Bangalore.I deeply appreciate your interest into becoming a Professor. Lecturers/ professors are highly reputable and responsible jobs today. To become a Professor, I shall tell you what you

1 answer Gomathi Venkat in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

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

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

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

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

Engineers lay down the technological and industrial infrastructure of a country. They help build roads, bridges, buildings, manufacture machines , equipment and instruments , construct aero planes , power generating units , cars and computers and do so many other things which make modern life comfortable and progressive. Engineers and technologists apply scientific principles, theories and methods to achieve practical needs.In specific a control and instrumentation engineer is essentially responsible for designing, developing, installing, managing and maintaining equipment which is used t

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

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

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

Electronics & instrumentation engineering is a specialized branch of electrical and electronics 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

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category

The demand for electronics and instrumentation engineering is growing rapidly and job opportunities for graduates are multifaceted. The graduates can work as manufacturing engineers in multi national companies like Sony, LG, Samsung and Philips as quality controllers, research, design & development consultants, entrepreneurs and teachers. They can get job in research and development units of public and private sector companies. They are also required by the heavy industries such as thermal power stations, steel plants, refineries and cement and fertilizer plants both in government and priv

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer category