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Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

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Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering is an advanced branch of engineering which deals with the application of existing or known scientific knowledge in Electronics to the practical applications in measurements and control of any processes and calibration of these instruments. Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is a combination of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. This branch is an industry oriented engineering branch which needs more knowledge and experience in industrial applications to excel in career. The course has been introduced in many universities across India. Many universities having its different variants of courses like Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering etc.

Instrumentation engineering is a specialised branch of electrical and electronic engineering and it deals with the measurement, control, and automation of processes. Apart from covering core subjects such as industrial instrumentation, Measurements, Sensors & Transducers, process control, bio-medical instrumentation and robotics, students deal with software and hardware topics such as microprocessor and microcontroller-based instrumentation, VLSI and embedded system designs, computer architecture and organization, Virtual Instrumentation (LabVIEW) and computer control of processes. Computer languages such as C and C++ are also part of the curriculum.[1][2][3][4][5]


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  4. ^ "GRD IMT B-Tech - applied electronics". Retrieved 2012-12-05.
  5. ^ "Scope after B. Tech in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation". Retrieved 2012-12-05.