Graduates will achieve broad and in-depth knowledge of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering relating to industrial practices and research to analyze the practical problems and think creatively to generate innovative solutions using appropriate technologies.

Graduates will sustain intellectual curiosity and pursue lifelong learning not only in areas that are relevant to Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, but also that are important to society

Graduates will adapt to different roles and demonstrate leaderships in global working
environment by respecting diversity, professionalism and ethical practices.


1. Ability to apply the knowledge of Mathematics, science and Instrumentation engineering
fundamentals for the solution of engineering problems.
2. Capability to identify, formulate and analyze design requirements for an appropriate solution
for the problem.
3. Ability to design, implement and evaluate an instrumentation system to meet the desired
needs with appropriate considerations for public health, safety, cultural and environmental
4. Ability to function effectively as an individual and as a team member in multidisciplinary
5. Ability to use current techniques, skills, tools and to formulate design requirements to solve
engineering problems.
6. Understand and commit to principles of professional ethics and responsibilities in all social
issues and relevant engineering practices.
7. Ability to engage in continuous learning and professional development.
8. Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in environmental contexts,
and use their knowledge for sustainable development.
9. Ability to use current analysis and design techniques, skills and modern software tools
necessary for advanced instrumentation systems.
10. Ability to perform well in competitive examinations.
11. 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 multidisciplinary environments.
12. 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.


Graduates in the UG program in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation engineering will be able to

  1. Analyze specific engineering problems relevant to Electronics & Instrumentation
    Engineering by applying the knowledge of core electronics, Instrumentation, basic sciences,
    engineering mathematics and engineering fundamentals.

  2. Design electrical, electronics and Instrumentation systems containing electrical/electronic
    devices, software, and hardware using the significant analytical knowledge in Electronics &
    Instrumentation Engineering and Computer Sciences, and applying modern tools.

  3. Apply the contextual knowledge of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering to assess
    societal, environmental, health, safety, legal and cultural issues with professional ethics and
    function effectively as an individual or a leader in a team to manage different projects in
    multidisciplinary environments as the process of lifelong learning.