CAREERS IN EIE – Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering,EAMCET,Devices,Salary Package
November 20, 2019
Hello all this is raisa george from freshersworld.com Welcome to our video channel in jobs and careers Today I will be talking about the career opportunities in B.E/B.tech EIE Engineering now a days is not only restricted
to software or mechanical instead with a span of time, it has broadened its scope. Now a
day BE/ BTech EIE is also more preferable by students, as it provides them with a bright
future ahead. EIE refers to Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. It is almost
similar to ECE. The only difference lies in C and I, where C stands for Communication,
I for Instrumentation This is an undergraduate degree in four years.
The students can pursue it after completing their Plus Two with Minimum 50% score in each
subject of sciences (PCM). One should specifically have knowledge of Physics and mathematics.
The students will also have to appear for an entrance exam i.e. EAMCET. Then the admissions
are given according to the ranks obtained in the entrance examination.
About: Basically, this engineering is one of the most sophisticated branches of engineering.
It can either be studied as a separate branch or along with electronic engineering. The
BE/ BTech EIE deals in maintainence, design and development of instruments used within
the industries. The professionals are known as instrumentation engineers. Their work is
to decide the best quality instruments to be used for final product manufacturing It deals with the following: • Sensors and transducers
• Semiconductor devices • Instrumentation used in power plants
• Electronic systems in phones, washing machines etc.
During the BE/ BTech EIE course, students will have to go through the major subjects
like Power Plant Instrumentation, sensors and signal conditioning, pulse and digital
circuits, microprocessors, electronic devices and circuits, electronic measurements.
Jobs and Career: The instrumentation engineering provides graduates with a perfect future.
They can work in the field of power supply, chemical plants.Their main task is to ensure
betterment in the reliability, stability, safety, productivity and optimization of instruments
used to manufacture products. Not just this, one can also get the software jobs.
Some of the major electrical companies are BEL, ONGC, Steel Authorities Of India Limited.
Whearas the software companies are Wipro, Tcs, Infoysis and many others hire graduates
with a minimum 60 % score. These companies conduct interviews and written examination
before hiring, so before hand preparation is needed.
The sectors in which one can work after graduation are R&D department of companies like steel
plants, thermal power stations, cement plants and refineries. Also one can get himself employed
in companies specialized in manufacturing instruments. In order to pursue higher education, one has to go for M Tech in electronics
and instrumentation engineering. Higher studies help a lot as one gets specialization in a
particular field, also one earns more salary. Higher studies give in depth knowledge of
the study and also makes a student confident. A graduate in BE/ BTech EIE
can get minimum of Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000 per month. The salary of a fresher can vary
depending on many factors like the type of company (public or private), qualification,
skills, intellectual level of an individual, experience and so on. Some of the best colleges for BE/ BTech EIE are:
• JNTU College Of Engineering, Hyderabad • Chaitanya Bharathi Institute Of Technology
• KAKATIYA Institute Of Technology & Science, WARANGAL
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