Programme Educational Objectives

The Graduates of Instrumentation and Control Engineering will
  • PEO1: Acquire a comprehensive exposure to basic concepts of Instrumentation and Control Engineering and its related disciplines.
  • PEO2: Equip themselves with beyond syllabus skills related to Instrumentation and Control Engineering.
  • PEO3: Exhibit their talents that would enable them for prospective placements, higher studies and entrepreneurship activities.
  • PEO4: Inculcate professional ethical attitudes and life-long learning skills needed to have a successful professional career.

Program Specific Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:
  • PSO1: Sharpen their technical competency through value added training like CLAD, CLD certification from M/s National Instruments, spoken tutorial from IITB, in-house workshop based training through faculty resources.
  • PSO2: Get into industrial internship, culminating in placement opportunities, so as to have a real world professional experience.
  • PSO3: Get hands on experience by doing technical projects, and thereby converting them to publications in referred conferences and journals.