Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

Graduate Instrumentation and Control Engineers will be technological leaders by holding key positions in leading industries.
Graduate Instrumentation and Control engineers will improve their professional and academic competence by acquiring more knowledge in the area of instrumentation and control engineering through research .
Graduate Instrumentation and Control Engineers will be model engineers with strong social commitment.

Program Specific Objectives (PSO)

  • Interpret the static characteristics and functioning of industrial, optical, electrical, mechanical, analytical, aeronautical, petrochemical and biomedical instruments used for measurements, calibration and control.
  • Specify, design, develop, implement and test electronic systems that perform analog and digital signal processing functions.
  • Design of continuous and discrete control systems and analysis of linear and nonlinear time invariant systems, using classical as well as modern control theories.
  • Analyze, specify, design, develop, implement and test process control and automation systems.