Government Colleges for Diploma in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering

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Instruments are highly essential in every part of jobs in technical field and different varieties of instruments are being manufactured all over the world for varied purposes. However, the delicate formation of these instruments make them to face the problem of wear and tear frequently. Electronics is regarded as the brain of modern technology and even computer is an electronic device.

The branch engineering that offer technicians in different areas of engineering like marketing, quality control, production control, research assistance and maintenance and service is electronics & communication engineering. A diploma in electronics & instrumentation is a three-year diploma course offered by many polytechnic colleges in India and the names of government polytechnic colleges offering this course are given below:

Dr. Ambedkar G.M.R. Polytechnic, Rajamudry, Andhra Pradesh

Government Institute of Electronics, East Mardepali, Secunderabad

Government Institute of Engineering & Technology, Hissar

Eligibility requirements:

The minimum eligibility requirement for seeking admission to the Diploma in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering course is that candidates must have completed their class X examination from an approved board of education. Even candidates with class XII qualification are eligible to apply to this course.

Admission Procedure:

Some of the best institutions offering Diploma in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering course require that candidates must get through the entrance examination. However, some admit students based on the marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Course content:

Normally, the following subjects are covered under the Diploma in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering course:

Digital Electronics

Entrepreneurship development

Microprocessor architecture and application

Electronic component material

Power electronics

Computer programming and application

Control system

Test measuring instruments

Analog electronics

Principles of Electrical Engineering

Normally, the duration of this course is three years, which is divided into six semesters. Examinations are conducted during the months of November or December or during May or June. In this course, students are evaluated based on their performance in the theoretical and practical semester examinations.

Higher studies after Diploma in Electronics & Instrumentation course:

On completion of Electronics & Instrumentation diploma course candidates become eligible to pursue their higher education on Bachelor of Engineering or Technology in different branches like electronics & instrumentation, electrical & electronics, electronics & communication, etc… They can further go for Master of Technology in same discipline or other relevant disciplines as well. On completion of degree course, they can further go for MBA or MCA as well.

Job prospects after completion of Diploma in Electronics & Instrumentation course:

After completion of Diploma course in Electronics & Instrumentation engineering, candidates can also look for job opportunities if they are not in a position to go for higher studies. Different companies dealing with the maintenance and manufacture of instruments appoint diploma holders and there is also wide scope for self-employment opportunities. In addition, these candidates can also get good pay scale based on their skill level. Some government organizations even appoint diploma holders in electronics & instrumentation engineering as diploma trainee engineers and they can slowly develop in their position in government organizations.

 
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2 Responses to “Government Colleges for Diploma in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering”

  1. 2
    Favas:

    Which is more scope; diploma in electronics or diploma in automobiles

  2. 1
    pravin:

    Sir / Madam.
    Pl. can you send me name of govt. collage in Mumbai ?