The department strives to enrich the students with quality education, contemporary technologies to excel in the field of Instrumentation and Control Engineering.
• To nurture the students with strong foundations to enable them for continuing education.
• Enhance the core competency of the students to cater to the needs of the industries and research organizations.
• Encourage faculty members to keep in updating current technological trends through continuing educational programs.
To provide quality education in the various fields of Engineering Technology, Management and Computer Applications by imparting theoretical and practical knowledge to the students to enable them to compete and excel in their respective fields in the national as well as international environments.
The department was established in 1994. Course offered by the department is Instrumentation & Control Engineering which is affiliated to Anna University Chennai. It is a full time course with 8 semesters. Current annual intake is 60 students. Mode of admission is Institutional and Central (SWS).
Present accreditation Status: Accredited for 5 years
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)
• Apply concepts of measurement and sensor selection to specify, calibrate, and troubleshoot various process instruments commonly used in industry.
• Apply concepts of automatic control, including measurement, feedback, feedforward and advanced controllers for the operation of computer based advanced control systems.
• Use basic engineering principles and knowledge of industrial control systems to design the control and safety systems for an industrial process.
Program Educational Objectives
1 Have successful technical and professional careers in their chosen fields such as Process Control, Electronics & Information Technology.
2 Engross in life long process of learning to keep themselves abreast of new developments in the field of Electronics & Instrumentation
a.Apply the Mathematical knowledge and the basics of Science and Engineering to solve the problems pertaining to Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.
b.Identify and formulate Instrumentation Engineering problems from research literature and be able to analyze the problem using first principles of Mathematics and Engineering Sciences.
c.Come out with solutions for the complex problems and to design system components or process that fulfill the particular needs taking into account public health and safety and the social, cultural and environmental issues.
d. Draw well-founded conclusions applying the knowledge acquired from research and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information and to arrive at significant conclusion.
e.Form, select and apply relevant techniques, resources and Engineering and IT tools for Engineering activities like electronic prototyping, modeling and control of systems/processes and also being conscious of the limitations.
f.Understand the role and responsibility of the Professional Instrumentation Engineer and to assess societal, health, safety issues based on the reasoning received from the contextual knowledge.
g.Be aware of the impact of professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and exhibit the knowledge and the need for sustainable Development.
h.Apply the principles of Professional Ethics to adhere to the norms of the engineering practice and to discharge ethical responsibilities.
i.Function actively and efficiently as an individual or a member/leader of different teams and multidisciplinary projects.
j.Communicate efficiently the engineering facts with a wide range of engineering community and others, to understand and prepare reports and design documents; to make effective presentations and to frame and follow instructions.
k.Demonstrate the acquisition of the body of engineering knowledge and insight and Management Principles and to apply them as member / leader in teams and multidisciplinary environments.
l.Recognize the need for self and life-long learning, keeping pace with technological challenges in the broadest sense.