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How is the typical day of a Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer?

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RE: How is the typical day of a Electronics & Instrumentation Engineer?

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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 estimation, forecast of budget and resource allocation. This is only done by the Engineers with good amount of experience.


  • They provide day to day instructions to the technicians, drafters and junior Engineers.








  • They work on the assignments on daily basis and assign the work to their juniors while keeping an eye on their progress.


  • They analyze reports and send it across to the clients and their seniors.


  • They work on engineering and design computer software for creating the workflow and implementations.


  • The work often gets hectic. They have to supervise the people as well and ensure that project is on the track.

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