Distinguished Alumni

Our Alumni of Instrumentation & Control Engineering – 2013 Batch “Srikanth Ramaswamy” have made a tremendous achievement in Asia Book of Records for Longest Oil Painting made by an Individual. Message from Alumni

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The department has spacious classrooms, air-conditioned seminar hall, and a well-equipped 4 laboratories. The department has a dedicated fully air-conditioned computer lab with 67 systems, all in a networked environment with un- interrupted power supply. The Department Library serves as a gateway to promote R&D activities by providing the recent journals and Magazines. The department… Continue reading Infrastructure

Course Offered

The department of INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING was established in the year 1998 with an intake of 60 students. The present intake is 30. The department has grown steadily and today it has 10 highly dedicated faculty and 120 students. The department organizes guest lectures, seminars, workshops and training programs with the help of industrial… Continue reading Course Offered


Advanced Virtual Instrumentation Lab List of Software in AVI Computer Centre Process Control Lab System Configuration: Digital Control Lab System Configuration:


The department is accredited by the National board of accreditation and is backed by highly qualified faculty and supporting staff. The students and faculty members are associated with various other professional bodies like ISTE, IEEE, ISOI, IETE, AMIE which enables both the faculty and students to update their knowledge on the current trends in the… Continue reading Faculty



Program Outcomes (PO’s) PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering Fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering Problem. PO2: Problem analysis: Indentify, formulate, review research literature and analyze complex Engineering problem reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of Mathematics, natural science and engineering science. PO3: Design/development of solutions:… Continue reading PO’s


Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s) PSO1: To apply the fundamentals of mathematics and physical sciences in the field of Instrumentation and Control Engineering. PSO2: To apply appropriate techniques to formulate and analyze engineering problems in Instrumentation, Control Theory and Automation.