- About Department
- Vision & Mission
- HOD’s Desk
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- Curriculum Semester wise- P16
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- Department Achievements
The Instrumentation Engineering Department was established in the year 1994 and the first batch of Instrumentation engineering students received their diploma award in the year 1997. Every year nearly 60 students are admitted into the post SSC Diploma Programme. The diploma programme is a three years (six semesters) course, the curriculum being updated regularly with inputs from experts from various industries and reputed educational institutions. The department with its state of the art laboratories and young and dynamic faculties are involved in providing quality education at diploma level.
Instrumentation is a multi disciplinary branch of engineering. It includes electronic, pneumatic, and hydraulic instrumentation systems. The biomedical instrumentation is also one of the emerging areas in the field of instrumentation engineering .Computerized controls are used at a very large scale in process industries, refineries, petrochemical industries and many.
Develop competent technicians and practicing engineers to furnish Real-time Automation.
We are committed to
- To provide quality technical education through continuous up-gradation of laboratories, curricula, faculty and industry-institute interaction.
- To impart technician skills for the professional career.
- To promote entrepreneurship, interpersonal skills and career advancement opportunities
Programme Outcomes (POs)
- Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.
- Problem analysis: Identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods
- Design/ development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.
- Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools andappropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
- Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriatetechnology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
- Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as ateam member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate aboutwell-defined engineering activities.
- Life-long learning: Ability to analyse individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
- PSO 1: Students will have an ability to select, install, operate, calibrate and maintain various instruments with utmost safety.
- PSO2: Students will have an ability to develop, configure, implement, operate and troubleshoot computerized control systems for automation
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- PEO-1: Diploma holders will have a technical knowledge base and skill sets to pursue the professional career in the fields related to Instrumentation engineering.
- PEO-2: Diploma holders will be entrepreneurs, pursuing career advancement, and adapting technological changes in Instrumentation engineering fields through life-long learning.
- PEO-3: Diploma holders will be competent in all forms of communication, work effectively as individuals or in team environments, exhibit ethical attitude and a strong sense of professionalism.
Instrumentation engineering is a highly interdisciplinary branch which covers major aspects of electrical, electronics, chemical, mechanical fundamentals. Instrumentation Engineering involves the applications of instruments for measurement and control of different process variables like temperature, pressure, flow liquid level, pH, humidity, etc. Design of instruments and their applications are two inherent aspects in Instrumentation. Tools required for the process automation e.g. DCS, PLC, SCADA, lab view , also the tools required for Building automation and calibration are covered under the curriculum of Instrumentation Engineering.
This is a highly specialized course having Wide job opportunities in India and abroad in industries such as Automation, Electronics, Biomedical Instrumentation, automobile, power, steel, fertilizer, chemical, refineries, cement manufacturing, sugar plants, Building automation and Calibration etc. After completion of Diploma in Instrumentation Engineering students are eligible to take admission for BE/B.Tech in Instrumentation, E&TC and Electronics and allied braches
|Mr. V. R. Jadhav||Dy. Secretary (Technical), MSBTE, Mumbai|
|Dr. C. D. Kapse||Dy. Secretary (Technical), MSBTE, Mumbai|
|Dr. Shivaji Ghungrad||Principal, St. Xavier polytechnic college, Matunga.|
|Mr. Sagar Tinkhede||Functional Manager, GS E&C Mumbai Pvt Ltd|
|Mr. Tushar D. Shinde||Project Engineer, Emerson Automation solutionPvt Ltd.|
|Mr. Santosh Kamble||Saitronics Pvt. Ltd. Kamothe|
|Mr. Sandip Yadav||Instrumentation Engineer, JSW Steel Pvt. Ltd.|
|Mr. Abhinav Sharma||Instrumentation Engineer, Toyo Engineering|
|Mr. S.R. Shiledar||Assistant Prof-Instrumentation, Government Engg College Jalgaon|
|Mrs. V.K. Pawar||Lecturer-Instrumentation Engineering, G. P. Karad|
|Sr. No||Name of The Faculty||Qualification||Post||Teaching Experience in Years||Photo|
|1.||Mrs. S.V. Bannore||M.E. Digital Electronics||I/C HOD||23|
|2.||Mr. S.G. Thube||M.E. Control System||Lecturer (Deputed For P.hD.)||23|
|3.||Mr. U.B. Shinde||M.E. Instrumentation||Lecturer||18|
|4.||Mr. F.S. Bagwan||B.E. Instrumentation||Lecturer||13|
|5.||Mr. K. U. Dawane||M.E. Instrumentation||Lecturer||11|
|6.||Mr. M.K. Kulkarni||B.E. Instrumentation||Lecturer||14|
|7.||Ms. K. U. Waghmare||B.E. Instrumentation||Lecturer||11|
|8.||Mrs. S. T. Shinde||B.E. Instrumentation||Lecturer||12|
Non Teaching Faculty
|1.||Mrs. H.H. Parab||B.Com||Technical Lab Assistant|
|2.||Mr. U.S. Gavit||9th||Machine Attendant|
|Sr. No.||Name of the Laboratory||Location/ Room No||Total Investment||Supporting Staff||Courses whose Practical’s are conducted||Extension No|
|1||Transducers and Measurement Laboratory||202||11,28,104/-||Mrs. H.H. Parab||POM,IM, IWS|
|2||Electronics Laboratory||203||5,43,693/-||Mrs. H.H. Parab||EDC,AE,ES|
|3||Process Control Laboratory||208||10,16215/-||Mrs. H.H. Parab||PCS,CSC, EMI|
|4||Advance Electronics Laboratory||206||20,53,400/-||Mrs. H.H. Parab||BMI, DT,BOE, BLA|
|5||PLC and SCADA Laboratory||209||11,56,464/-||Mrs. H.H. Parab||IA, PROJECT|
- Developed process control lab through MODROB funds of Rs. 5,00,000/-.
- Continuing education programs on Building automation & Industrial automation.
- Faculty contribution in developing short term program for MSBTE.
- Laisoning with industries for industrial trainings of the students and their industrial visits.
- Students participation in National Social Service program.