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In today’s rapidly changing technology, it is indeed a challenging task to develop young students for assuming technological positions in business and industry. The fusion of electronics, communication, instrumentation and process control technologies with business, finance and defense has made it a power multiplier. Though invisible, it is going to govern the future of prosperity. It is the key to progress and increase in productivity.

The primary focus of instrumentation engineering is the development and implementation of electrical and electronic instruments for the purpose of measuring, monitoring, and recording physical phenomena. Among many other types of instruments, instrumentation engineers develop seismic sensors, blood glucose sensors, fire detectors, and amperemeters. Instruments developed by instrumentation engineers include analog, digital, and mixed signal electronic devices. Major users of these instruments include industries that rely on automated processes, such as chemical and manufacturing plants. They depend on these devices for safety, and for improving productivity and reliability. A very large field of work is also offered in biomedical engineering, and in metrology (the discipline that provides devices for technical measurements). The scope of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is vast, and appears to be growing, in part due to the increased use of automatic control in manufacturing and process plants. Growth is also tied to the development of more accurate and more robust sesnors, which allow us to detect phenomena of interest (such as the presence of minute levels of toxins in food) with much higher precision than what we could do a generation ago.

The Applied Electronics and Instrumentation curriculum in most universities includes courses on the design of analog and digital electronic devices used for measurement and control of parameters such as flow, pressure, temperature, and level, and the calibration of such instruments. Students learn to program microcontrollers, and to design and implement communication networks composed of sensors, actuators, and programmable logic controllers (PLC). Since instrumentation engineering is closely related to control engineering, some universities include courses on signals, systems, and control theory. The demand for Applied Electronics is growing rapidly and job opportunities for graduates are multi-faceted. The graduates can work as Manufacturing Engineers in [multi-national corporations] like Sony, LG, Samsung, and Philips, as quality controllers, research, design & development consultants, entrepreneurs, and teachers. The Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Department at Manav Rachna College of Engineering also cites rapid growth and the diverse application of the field: The field of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is growing at a very fast pace. Over the past three decades the field of instrumentation has seen an extremely widespread application in almost all discipline of engineering e.g., mining & metallurgy, robotics, textile, rolling mills, cranes & hoists, arc furnaces, chemical engineering, process control, and static relays. Some professional societies for instrumentation that provide educational and career information about this growing field are the Instrument Society of America; the Instrumentation and Measurements Society of IEEE; the Institute of Diagnostic Engineers (US), and the Institute of Measurement and Control (UK). Our institution has taken lead to open a new and emerging branch of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (AEI), in 2003. It is an offspring of electronics and communication engineering. The syllabus of AEI is advanced and updated and is designed in such a way to get a judicious blend of theory, practical & good management practices to keep pace with emerging scenario of 21st century. The course opens new vistas and dimensions for the graduates to pursue with ease and confidence any assignment entrusted to them. The curriculum involves the complete knowledge about electronics, as it is the basic need of any industry. It also includes analog and digital comm. and advanced comm. techniques such as optical comm., wireless and mobile comm., satellite comm., ISDN etc. It includes instrumentation, as it is a technology of measurement, which serves not only science but also all branches of engineering, medicine, and almost every human endeavor.

List Of Faculty Members

S.No. Name   Designation Qualification
1  Mr. Jitendra Yadvendra  H.O.D.  M.Tech.
2  Mr. K.K. Soni  Assistant Professor  B.Tech.
3  Mr. Abhishek chattri  Assistant Professor  M.Tech.

Laboratories Details

The department of AEI has 10 laboratories, which are categorized as follow: 

  1. Applied Electronics (AE) Lab
  2. Electronics lab
  3. Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation (EMI) Lab
  4. Electrical and Electronic Measurement (EEM) Lab
  5. Electronic Instrumentation (EI) Lab
  6. Integrated Circuit (IC) Lab
  7. Control System (CS) Lab
  8. Micro controller Lab
  9. Telematics Lab
  10. Advanced Instrumentation and Computer Control Lab
All the laboratories in AEI Dept. are equipped with the latest state of art equipments along with the advanced trainer units.

Applied Electronics Lab

The aim of Applied Electronics Lab is to provide the students an idea of the various electronic devices such as p-n junction diode, zener diode, bipolar junction transistors, FET’s,UJT,MOSFET and CMOS etc. It includes various types of amplifier such as single stge, two stage RC coupled,Emitter follower, FET amplifier,BJT amplifier etc.. The main purpose of this lab is to provide the students a clear understanding and intuitive feeling of the behavior and characteristics of all the semiconductor and electronic devices, which would not be possible through theoretical knowledge.

Electronics Lab
This lab is established to give the students a knowledge of the various electronic circuits such as voltage regulator, pushpull class A/B power amplifier, phase shift oscillator, wein bridge oscillator. This lab provides the methods to evaluate the voltage waveforms and frequency variation with different parameter of astable, monostable and bistable multivibrators. Main purpose of this lab is to clear the theoritical aspects practically in a easy way.

Integrated Circuit (IC) Lab

This Lab provides the basic concepts for design,assembling & test of the different Electronics Circuit based on Op-Amp (741), PLL & 555 timer such as Amplifiers, Oscillators, Filters, FM Demodulation, Regulated Power Supply etc. It includes a detailed study of kowledge related to operational Amplifier,555 timer & phase locked loop. The laboratory is well equipped with all the experimental kits including Bread Board, Function Generator, CRO & IC tester. Student can design the latest circuit using different IC’s, which gives them intensive Knowledge of practical designing aspects.

Electronic Instrumentation (EI) Lab
Instrumentation engineering involves the application of instruments for measurement and control design of instrument & their application are to inherent aspects in instrumentation.Further installation, commissioning and maintenance of instumentation systems are integral part of instrumentation engineering. Electronic Instrumentation include electronic , pneumatic and hydraulic instrumentation systems as well. This lab help an instrumentation engineers to choose his/her carrier in a wide range of engineering area’s including IT Industries. in this lab students perform designing, assembling and testing of instrumentation amplifier , seven segment display unit, lograthmic amplifier, sample & hold circuit.They also learn to measure period frequency and time interval using universal digital counter.

Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation (EMI) Lab
EMI lab in AEI department explores the practical knowledge which is also required with theoritical knowledge in the field of instrumentation. A wide variety of transducers viz. RTD’s, Thermister, Strain Gauges, Thermocouples, LVDT form an integral part of laboratory set up. Besides this, the devices like Q meter, Anderson Bridge, Maxwell Bridge and Wein Bridge are also available in this lab. The highlight of this lab is that students learn how to plot VI characteristics of solar panel and also calculate speed of fan using Stroboscope and Ultrasonic Transmitter- Receiver based distance meter.

Electrical and Electronic Measurement (EEM) Lab
EEM lab in AEI deptt. is established to provide students the practical, elementary as well as comprehensive knowledge about instrumentation. It involves both electrical and electronic measurements. A wide variety of instruments i.e. D.C. Potentiometer, Dual trace CRO & Q meter are available in this lab. Students assemble & test electronic voltmeter circuit based on various principle like average rectifier, peak reading and peak to peak reading and they also measure value of resistance , inductance and capacitance using bridges like Kelvin’s double Bridge. The highlight of this lab is ballistic galvenometer which is very sensitive device and it is used for measurement of logarithimic decrement. The spot reflecting galvanometer and vibration galvanometer for performing experiments , are the different features of this lab.

Control System 

This Laboratory is used for conducting various practical related to Control System Engineering like time and frequency response of First order and Second order System, Lag, Lead and lead-lag compensators etc. In this Laboratory, the students perform the practical on P, PI, PID Temperature Control Kits and Stepper Motor Control kits. Basically The experiments in this Laboratory play a essential role in large petrochemical plants, power stations and automobile industries, and this lab gives a sound idea to students how they can monitor and control a plant by distributed as well as centralized methodology by applying these parameters.

Micro Controller Lab

Keeping in pace with the rapidly expanding field of micro controllers, the experiments in this lab strengthen the concepts of interfacing, data transfer, as well as functions of various components and IC’s used in various electronic applications. The lab is equipped with various 8051-based kits having advanced software and hardware features. These kits are excellent tools for learning 8051 micro controller and for development of 8051 based systems.

Advanced Instrumentation and Computer Control Lab

The scope of this Lab is increasing day by day and there is a need to upgrade the students with the latest trends and technologies in the field of instrumention and control. This lab aims to provide an insight into the area of programmable logic control PLC,SCADA and Embeded Contol System which help in determining the real time monitoring & control of different process. The Trainer kits include SCADA based Flow, Level, Pressre and Temperature System with differents process. The practicals help the students in understanding the concept of industrial Automation. The Spectrometer & Flame Photometer are the key features of this lab which provide hand on experience in the field of Analytical Instrumentation.



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