Electronics and Instrumentation is an established branch of engineering studies. The branch is largely influenced by streams of Electronics, Electrical and Computer Science engineering. The branch was established in ABIT in the year 2005.
Instrumentation deals with the development and implementation of electrical and electronic instruments for the purpose of measuring, monitoring, and recording physical phenomena. Instruments developed by instrumentation engineers include analog, digital, and mixed signal electronic devices. Major users of these instruments include industries that rely on automated processes, such as chemical and manufacturing plants. They depend on these devices for safety, and for improving productivity and reliability. A very large field of work is also offered in biomedical engineering, and in metrology.
Students of this branch will get strong knowledge and industry exposure to Microprocessors and Microcontrollers, Process Control Instrumentation, Industrial Automation and Control & Industrial Instrumentation,