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Instrumentation Engineering

The Department of Instrumentation Engineering was established in 1992. The department is offering under graduate program B.E. in Instrumentation Engineering. Instrumentation engineering is all about the measurement of any physical/analog parameters like flow, temperature, level, distance, angle or pressure and controlling many other such parameters. Right from the elevators to the luxurious automated cars.Everything is Instrumentation engineering! The combination of all the other branches is Instrumentation engineering

The major role of Instrumentation is to provide Automation professionals. Automation professionals are responsible for solving complex problems in many vital aspects of industry and its processes which is important to the preservation of the health, safety, and welfare of the public.

The department boasts qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty to impart fundamental and applied knowledge in the field of, Process Systems Engineering, Industrial Automation, Instrumentation Systems Engineering.

The department focuses on preparing the students to meet global industrial challenges. Growing requirement of control and computing has created a large space for “Research in Instrumentation”. The ultimate goal is to make them aware of the recent advances taking place in the technological field.


The Program envisage to evolve itself to become a dynamic contributor to the world society through the development of proficiency and diffusion of recent knowledge in the field of Instrumentation and Control and to establish an atmosphere that will aid the improvement of individuals through innovative teaching skill and involvement of core industries.


  • To educate the students to be professionally efficient to meet the present need of industries and higher education
  • To update the knowledge of the faculty and students through the different training programs and collaboration with industries.
  • To introduce master’s and doctorate program in future to enhance the quality of research.
  • To strive for excellence among students by infusing a sense of excitement in innovation & invention, design & creation and entrepreneurship.
  • To contribute in the service of society by participation of faculty, staff and students in socio-economic and socio-cultural activities.

Program Education Objective

  • Graduates will have successful career in industry or pursue higher studies to meet future challenges to technological development.
  • Graduates will develop analytical and logical skills that enable them to analyze and design Instrumentation and Control system.
  • Graduates will achieve professional skill to expose themselves by giving an opportunity as an individual as well as team
  • Graduates will undertake research activities in emerging multidisciplinary fields.

Program Specific Outcomes

  • Learn and explore fundamentals of Instrumentation Engineering and apply them to various areas like Electrical, Control, Analog, Digital, Automation and Signal Processing System.
  • Solve complex Instrumentation control problems using recent techniques, with analytical skill to achieve optimized solutions.
  • Infuse ethical responsibility, business skills and team work to become successful engineer /Entrepreneur.

Departmental Advisory Committee:

1. Mr.R.N.Mohanty (CMD, Pidilite Industries)
2. Dr.Kushal Tuckley (Chairman & Director R&D, AVG Systems Pvt.Ltd.)
3. Dr.Sunil Kopparapu (TCS,Mumbai)
4. Mr.Shankar Nayak (Sr.Manager, Reliance Corporate IT Park Ltd.)
5. Mr.Chetan Vasisht (Vice President Information Technology, Ambit Pvt.Ltd.)
6. Mr.Gunjan Shah (Director, Insight Business Solution)
7. Dr.R.G.Karandikar(Professor Electronics & Telecommunication Department & Dean Academic,K.J.Somaiya College of Engineering)
8. Dr.S.S.Mande (HOD, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Don Bosco Institute of Technology)

Advisory Committee Meeting - Jan 2018

Advisory Committee Meeting - Jan 2017

Action Taken on Advisory Committee Meeting - Jan 2017



Departmental Committees:

Sr. No. Name of the Committees             Nominated Members
1 Test Coordinator
2 Oral/Practical Exam. Coordinator
    Prof.Vinita Vartak
    Prof.Dipali Joshi Jain
3 Project Coordinator

    Prof. S.P.Sadala
4 Industrial Training Coordinator
    Prof. N.S.Chame
    Prof.Vinita Vartak
5 Soft Skill & T & P Coordinator
6 Seminar & Invited Talk Coordinator
    Prof. Vidya kamankar
7 Industrial Visit Coordinator
    Subject Teacher
8 Library Committee
    Prof. Chhaya Hinge
    Mrs. U.S.Raskarke
9 Time Table Committee
    Prof.Chhaya Hinge
    Prof.Anuja Kadam
10 ISO Committee
    Prof. R.G.Sharma
    Mr. R.Y.Narangwade
11 Accreditation Committee
    Prof. S.P.Sadala
    Prof. R.G.Sharma
    Prof.Dipali Joshi Jain
12 Alumini Committee
    Prof.Anuja Kadam
13 Students affairs Committee
    Prof.Chhaya Hinge
14 R.& D Committee
15 Electrical Maintenance Committee
    Mr. Mangesh Phatkare
16 Discipline Committee
17 I.S.A Committee
    Prof.Dipali Joshi Jain
17 Day to Day Documentation Committee
    Mr.G.H. Bhangale


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