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About Department

   Instrumentation and control engineering play a vital role in any modern industry. In recent years, Instrumentation the world over has made unprecedented growth in terms of new technologies, new ideas and principles. The rate of obsolescence of technologies also has been extremely high. Researchers, academicians, industries and the society at large have to work in unison to meet the challenges of the rapidly growing discipline. The research organizations and industries that work in this frontier area are in need of highly skilled and scientifically oriented manpower. This manpower can be available only with flexible, adaptive and progressive training programs.

   The competition due to globalization has resulted in better process control, optimum utilization of resources & higher level of automation in all industry sectors. The demand for automation is increasing day by day. To face these challenges, competent Instrumentation engineers are required. A highly interdisciplinary branch covers major aspects of chemical, mechanical, electronics and electrical fundamentals.

   We aim at producing talented Instrumentation and control specialists who provide the needs of the modern industries. With a perfect blend of industrial exposure, coupled with good technical base, our students will make their presence felt in various technological domains in all the top-level industries. The department focuses on preparing the students to meet global industrial challenges. The ultimate goal is to make them aware of the recent advances taking place in the technological field.

   The department boasts qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty to impart fundamental and applied knowledge in the field of Industrial Automation, Process Control, Instrumentation Systems Design and Biomedical Instrumentation. The department offers excellent infrastructure and resources in the form of knowledgeable faculty and well equipped laboratories.

   The students of this department have brought several laurels to this institute by actively participating and winning several technical completion, sport and cultural events at university, national and international level.

INSTRUMENTATION ENGNIEERING

Faculty Profile

Dr. G. P. Dhok

Professor & Head

Dean (Academic Affairs)

Ph.D., M.E.

16 Years Exp.

Prof. Y. H. Gulhane

Assistant Professor

M.E, Ph.D.(Pursuing)

12 Years Exp.

Prof. Y. B. Chavan

 Assistant Professor

M.Tech

5 Years Exp

Prof. A. V. Nandurkar

Assistant Professor

 B.E, M.E.

5.5 Years Exp.

Technical Supporting Staff:
  1. Shri S.B.Main
  2. Shri D.S.More
  3. Mr. Nilesh N. Sonone
Measurement lab

Objectives:

This lab mainly deals with different sensors, transducers, bridges and also the various types of meters primarily used for industrial applications. Experiments are mainly on measurement of industrial parameters like level, acceleration, pressure flow, torque, displacement etc.

Measurement Laboratory is equipped with modern measurement instrumentation equipments, which helps the students to study different mechanism of measurement. Students learn to measure as well as develop the skill to calibrate the level sensor, load sensor, displacement transducer.

The aim of this lab is to fortify the students with an adequate work experience in the measurement of different quantities and also the expertise in handling the instruments involved.

The purpose of Measurement Lab is to learn about some of the basic instrumentation used to operate modern test and measurement systems.

Process Control Lab
Process Control Lab Objectives:

The Process Control Lab aims at training the students in the field of Process Instrumentation, control and optimization.

This laboratory is to impart the practical knowledge about various process control techniques used in modern process industries. This laboratory is equipped with process simulation kit with feed forward ,ratio and cascade control schemes, electronic logic controllers, electronic transmitter , recorders, DCS, PLC controllers, PID controller trainer kit to carry out advanced experiments in process control engineering. The setupes are meant for understanding fundamentals characteristics of continuous, discrete and batch process control, to evaluate the tuning of a PID control via manual and automatic tuning.

Basic Electronics Lab
Basic Electronics Lab Objectives:

This laboratory is to impart the basic knowledge of different electronic components, its characteristics and devices, to gain practical knowledge in the area of power electronic components and their applications. This laboratory is equipped with various modules for characteristic curve analysis of power electronic components (viz. diac, triac, thyristors and UJTs) and experimental setup of converters, inverters, choppers and speed control of dc motors. To study the experiments on linear and digital IC application circuits designing

Control System Lab
Control System Lab Objectives:

Control lab is the integral part of any curriculum related to instrumentation engineering. This laboratory was established to make students aware about basic fundamentals of control system and its component in process control. Various control viz. closed loop control, PLC control are simulated/practically implemented to give student a better understanding. Besides this, advanced hydraulic trainer kit and pneumatic trainer kit give inside view of hydraulic and pneumatic control principles. Controller Modules are procured in laboratory to demonstrate various controller configurations.Study the installed characteristics of a valve, Calibrate the control valve. Understand the dynamic behavior of the system.

Instrumentation System Design Lab
Instrumentation System Design Lab Objectives:

Aim to establish this laboratory is to give basic information to students regarding identification and checking of various passive circuit elements. It is also used to provide a platform for the assembly work, components testing and troubleshooting to carry out their projects using the different components and devices. The work can also be done for fault-finding and rectification of various instruments.

Computational Lab
Computational Lab. Objectives:

This laboratory is to provide the computational facilities to the students. This Lab is for preparing different prototype models based upon MATLAB, LABVIEW and many other software packages. All types of simulations in continuous and discrete domain can be performed on MATLAB. Here we apply theory to real situations and demonstrate the limitations of theory. Students recognize accurate terminology to describe hardware, software, multimedia devices, and to identify the basic functions of technology resources commonly used in early elementary classrooms.

Biomedical Lab
Biomedical Lab. Objectives:

This lab includes the experiments based on modern day medical applications and also includes analysis of chemical compositions by different analytical instruments like refractometer calorimeter and flame photometer

Biomedical engineering is an emerging area and exposure to different instruments of biomedical will be a great help to the students. To study different systems in human body like cardiovascular, nervous system. Students get familiar with diagnostic instruments like ECG, EEG, EMG and therapeutic instruments like defibrillator, pacemaker etc. Students can develop projects/dissertations in the bioelectrical signal-processing.

Departmental Activities

Workshops:

  • Mr.Nitin Gudadhe INST Engineer at, Pune, delivered a guest lecture on Role of Instrumentation Engg in Industry dated on 22/08/17...Click Here
  • Mr. Ashish Kanetkar (Instrumentation Engineer, Raymond Textile Industry, Yawatmal) delivered a guest lecture on “Need of Automation in Textile Industries” on 14/03/17...Click Here
  • Mr. Yogesh Nimbulkar (Alumina) conducted a seminar on “Biofuels and Patent Filing” on 25/03/17....Click Here
  • Mr. Vinay Velukar (C&I Engineer, IASYS Technology Solution Pvt. Ltd., Pune) conducted a seminar on“Job Opportunities for Instrumentation Engineers” on 27/03/17...Click Here
  • Power plant Visit. at Vidarbha Industries Power Limited(VIPL), Reliance Thermal Power Plant, MIDC, Butibori, Nagpur, on date 11/03/2017....Click Here
  • PLC SCADA Workshop During 4 Jan. 2016 to 9 Jan. 2016.....Click Here
  • Department of Instrumentation Engineering organizes contest by Texas Instruments on 9th April 2015...Click Here

 Departmental Activities News Letters

Instrumentation Engineering

Instrumentation engineering is a specialized branch of electrical and electronic engineering and it deals with measurement, control and automation of processes. Apart from covering core subjects such as industrial instrumentation and process control, bio-medical instrumentation and robotics, the students deal with software and hardware topics such as microprocessor and micro controller based instrumentation, VLSI and embedded system designs, computer architecture and organization and computer control of processes. Computer languages such as ‘C' and C++ are also part of the curriculum. This makes an instrumentation engineer fit for both the hardware and the software industry. Moreover, since instrumentation engineers are presumed to be good at solving problems, the analytical ability is expected to be on the higher side, which is a basic quality needed to excel in the software industry.

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HEAD OF DEPT, INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING
Name:  Dr. Gajanan P. Dhok, Head of  Instrumentation Engg. Office Contact No: (0721) 2522342 (Ext.)521 Email: gajanandhok@rediffmail.com

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About Department

   Instrumentation and control engineering play a vital role in any modern industry. In recent years, Instrumentation the world over has made unprecedented growth in terms of new technologies, new ideas and principles. The rate of obsolescence of technologies also has been extremely high. Researchers, academicians, industries and the society at large have to work in unison to meet the challenges of the rapidly growing discipline. The research organizations and industries that work in this frontier area are in need of highly skilled and scientifically oriented manpower. This manpower can be available only with flexible, adaptive and progressive training programs.

   The competition due to globalization has resulted in better process control, optimum utilization of resources & higher level of automation in all industry sectors. The demand for automation is increasing day by day. To face these challenges, competent Instrumentation engineers are required. A highly interdisciplinary branch covers major aspects of chemical, mechanical, electronics and electrical fundamentals.

   We aim at producing talented Instrumentation and control specialists who provide the needs of the modern industries. With a perfect blend of industrial exposure, coupled with good technical base, our students will make their presence felt in various technological domains in all the top-level industries. The department focuses on preparing the students to meet global industrial challenges. The ultimate goal is to make them aware of the recent advances taking place in the technological field.

   The department boasts qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty to impart fundamental and applied knowledge in the field of Industrial Automation, Process Control, Instrumentation Systems Design and Biomedical Instrumentation. The department offers excellent infrastructure and resources in the form of knowledgeable faculty and well equipped laboratories.

   The students of this department have brought several laurels to this institute by actively participating and winning several technical completion, sport and cultural events at university, national and international level.

Instrumentation Engineering

Faculty Profile

Dr. G. P. Dhok

Professor & Head

Dean (Academic Affairs)

Ph.D., M.E.

16 Years Exp.

Prof. Y. H. Gulhane

Assistant Professor

M.E, Ph.D.(Pursuing)

12 Years Exp.

Prof. Y. B. Chavan

 Assistant Professor

M.Tech

5 Years Exp

Prof. A. V. Nandurkar

Assistant Professor

 B.E, M.E.

5.5 Years Exp.

Technical Supporting Staff:

  1. Shri S.B.Main
  2. Shri D.S.More
  3. Mr. Nilesh N. Sonone

Departmental Activities News Letters

Syllabus for B.E. Credit Grade System:

Project Format

Industrial Visit

  • Power plant Visit. at Vidarbha Industries Power Limited(VIPL), Reliance Thermal Power Plant, MIDC, Butibori, Nagpur, on date 11/03/2017….Click Here
HEAD OF DEPT, INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING
  • Name:  Dr. Gajanan P. Dhok, Head of  Instrumentation Engg.
  • Office Contact No: (0721) 2522342 (Ext.)521
  • Email: gajanandhok@rediffmail.com
  • Programme Specific Outcomes:

    • PSO.1: Empowered with the design & analysis of basic and advanced Instrumentation concepts & techniques.
    • PSO.2: Specify, design, implement and test electronic analog and digital signal processing systems.
    • PSO.3: Able to apply the concepts of Automation and controls learnt, by selecting suitable hardware and software tools, to design, develop & simulate for providing industrial solutions and become technology leaders of the future.
    • PSO.4: Capable of developing unique & sustainable engineering solutions through execution of inter-disciplinary projects, better documentation and presentation skill sets, with a motive to contribute towards the improvement of industries and environment, by ethical means.

    Programme Outcomes:

    Engineering Graduates will be able to:

    1. Engineering knowledge:

      Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

    2. Problem analysis:

      Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

    3. Design/development of solutions:

      Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

    4. Conduct investigations of complex problems:

      Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

    5. Modern tool usage:

      Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

    6. The engineer and society:

      Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

    7. Environment and sustainability:

      Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

    8. Ethics:

      Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

    9. Individual and teamwork:

      Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multi disciplinary settings.

    10. Communication:

      Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

    11. Project management and finance:

      Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi disciplinary environments.

    12. Life-long learning:

      Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    Under Graduate
    Under Graduate – B. E. (Instrumentation Engineering) U.G. (Insrtumentation Engineering)
    Sr. NoCourseIntake
    01B.E.  (Instrumentation Engineering)
     

    Measurement lab

    Measurement lab

    Objectives:

    This lab mainly deals with different sensors, transducers, bridges and also the various types of meters primarily used for industrial applications. Experiments are mainly on measurement of industrial parameters like level, acceleration, pressure flow, torque, displacement etc.

    Measurement Laboratory is equipped with modern measurement instrumentation equipments, which helps the students to study different mechanism of measurement. Students learn to measure as well as develop the skill to calibrate the level sensor, load sensor, displacement transducer.

    The aim of this lab is to fortify the students with an adequate work experience in the measurement of different quantities and also the expertise in handling the instruments involved.

    The purpose of Measurement Lab is to learn about some of the basic instrumentation used to operate modern test and measurement systems.

    Process Control Lab

    Process Control Lab

    Objectives:

    The Process Control Lab aims at training the students in the field of Process Instrumentation, control and optimization.

    This laboratory is to impart the practical knowledge about various process control techniques used in modern process industries. This laboratory is equipped with process simulation kit with feed forward ,ratio and cascade control schemes, electronic logic controllers, electronic transmitter , recorders, DCS, PLC controllers, PID controller trainer kit to carry out advanced experiments in process control engineering. The setupes are meant for understanding fundamentals characteristics of continuous, discrete and batch process control, to evaluate the tuning of a PID control via manual and automatic tuning.

    Basic Electronics Lab

    Basic Electronics Lab

    Objectives:

    This laboratory is to impart the basic knowledge of different electronic components, its characteristics and devices, to gain practical knowledge in the area of power electronic components and their applications. This laboratory is equipped with various modules for characteristic curve analysis of power electronic components (viz. diac, triac, thyristors and UJTs) and experimental setup of converters, inverters, choppers and speed control of dc motors. To study the experiments on linear and digital IC application circuits designing

    Control System Lab

    Control System Lab

    Objectives:

    Control lab is the integral part of any curriculum related to instrumentation engineering. This laboratory was established to make students aware about basic fundamentals of control system and its component in process control. Various control viz. closed loop control, PLC control are simulated/practically implemented to give student a better understanding. Besides this, advanced hydraulic trainer kit and pneumatic trainer kit give inside view of hydraulic and pneumatic control principles. Controller Modules are procured in laboratory to demonstrate various controller configurations.Study the installed characteristics of a valve, Calibrate the control valve. Understand the dynamic behavior of the system.

    Instrumentation System Design Lab

    Instrumentation System Design Lab

    Objectives:

    Aim to establish this laboratory is to give basic information to students regarding identification and checking of various passive circuit elements. It is also used to provide a platform for the assembly work, components testing and troubleshooting to carry out their projects using the different components and devices. The work can also be done for fault-finding and rectification of various instruments.

    Computational Lab

    Computational Lab

    Objectives:

    This laboratory is to provide the computational facilities to the students. This Lab is for preparing different prototype models based upon MATLAB, LABVIEW and many other software packages. All types of simulations in continuous and discrete domain can be performed on MATLAB. Here we apply theory to real situations and demonstrate the limitations of theory. Students recognize accurate terminology to describe hardware, software, multimedia devices, and to identify the basic functions of technology resources commonly used in early elementary classrooms.

    Biomedical Lab

    Biomedical Lab

    Objectives:

    This lab includes the experiments based on modern day medical applications and also includes analysis of chemical compositions by different analytical instruments like refractometer calorimeter and flame photometer

    Biomedical engineering is an emerging area and exposure to different instruments of biomedical will be a great help to the students. To study different systems in human body like cardiovascular, nervous system. Students get familiar with diagnostic instruments like ECG, EEG, EMG and therapeutic instruments like defibrillator, pacemaker etc. Students can develop projects/dissertations in the bioelectrical signal-processing.

    View all Placement Students information…Click Here.

    Events and ActivitiesGuest LecturesTechnical WorkshopFaculty Training Programs

    Events and Activities

    • Mr. Yogesh Nimbulkar (Alumina) conducted a seminar on “Biofuels and Patent Filing” on 25/03/17….Click Here
    • Mr. Vinay Velukar (C&I Engineer, IASYS Technology Solution Pvt. Ltd., Pune) conducted a seminar on“Job Opportunities for Instrumentation Engineers” on 27/03/17…Click Here
    • Department of Instrumentation Engineering organizes contest by Texas Instruments on 9th April 2015…Click Here

    Guest Lectures

    • Mr.Nitin Gudadhe INST Engineer at, Pune, delivered a guest lecture on Role of Instrumentation Engg in Industry dated on 22/08/17…Click Here
    • Mr. Ashish Kanetkar (Instrumentation Engineer, Raymond Textile Industry, Yawatmal) delivered a guest lecture on “Need of Automation in Textile Industries” on 14/03/17…Click Here

    Technical Workshop

    • PLC SCADA Workshop During 4 Jan. 2016 to 9 Jan. 2016…..Click Here

    Faculty Training Programs

    Departmental News

    Newsletter Session 2017-18…..Click Here