BE Instrumentation Engineering


Overview Of The Program

Introduction
The first batch of instrumentation engineers graduated in 2002 and the results indicated that their performance was one of the best in the University of Mumbai. The curriculum includes courses like Transducers, Analog and Digital Electronics, Microcontroller, Power Electronics, Process Control and Automation, Analytical and Biomedical Instrumentation. All the laboratories as per requirement like Transducers Lab, Control lab, Process Lab, Computational lab, Project Lab, Industrial Automation lab, Analytical and Biomedical Lab, are being set up and upgraded. The Industry standard Process lab is being set in collaboration with Forbes Marshall, Pune. The set up is a replica of a mini industry having PID controller to control multi-loop parameters. Computational lab is having latest version of software tools like MATLAB and Lab VIEW and NI-ELVIS hardware. The department strives on strengthening its interaction with the industry by arranging regular visits and training with the support of various companies like Tata Power, Siemens, L& T Automation, BARC, ISPAT, RCF, Forbes Marshall, Honeywell and Festo Controls.

Mission
Creating knowledge of fundamental principles and innovative technologies through research within the automation and control areas of Instrumentation and in collaboration with other disciplines that is distinguished by its impact on academia, industry and society.
Educating future leaders in academia, industry, and entrepreneurial pursuit, through a curriculum of theory and application that develops the ability to solve problems individually and in teams.
Serving the communities to which we belong, at local, national, and international levels, combined with a deep awareness of our ethical responsibilities to our profession and society.

Eligibility

Eligibility criteria for Maharashtra State Candidate and Outside Maharashtra State Candidate:Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology /Biology/ Technical Vocational subject AND Secured minimum 50% marks (minimum 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the subjects Physics,Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject added together. AND Obtained a positive Composite score* i.e., marks obtained after adding 50% of JEE (Main)2014 (Paper 1) marks and 50% of normalized Standard XII (Board or Equivalent Examination) marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Note: ­1)* ­ The details for calculating positive Composite score shall be notified separately.2)Refer Rule No2. 11 regarding Rounding off of percentage of marks for deciding the eligibility, if applicable.2 .

2 Eligibility Criteria for All India Candidates:Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology /Biology/ Technical Vocational subject AND Secured minimum 50% marks (minimum 45%marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the subjects Physics,Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject added together. AND Obtained All India Rank in JEE (Main) 2014 (Paper 1) given by CBSE Note: 1) Maharashtra Candidates eligible as per rule 2.1 and 2.2 shall submit single Application and Option form for the CAP for both Maharashtra State Seats and All India Seats. Such candidates will be given best single allotment through CAP as per inter‐se‐merit. 2) Refer Rule No 2.11 regarding Rounding off of percentage of marks for deciding the eligibility, if applicable

2.3 Eligibility Criteria for Foreign National/PIO/Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries/Children of NRI Candidate should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject AND Secured minimum 50%marks in the subjects Physics,Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject added together. Note:­ •The eligibility of the candidates passing the HSC (Std. XII) or equivalent examination from a school/college/Examination Board situated outside India shall be further decided by the University Authorities to which the candidate is admitted. Hence such candidates are advised to get their eligibility verified by the respective University Authorities before seeking admission to the Engineering courses in the State of Maharashtra. •The candidate belonging to this type is not required to appear for the JEE Main 2014(Paper 1) • Refer Rule No 2.11 regarding Rounding off of percentage of marks for deciding the eligibility, if applicable. 2.4 Eligibility criteria for Go INominees: Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology /Biology/ Technical Vocational subject AND
Engineering/Technology DTE, Mumbai CAP Brochure 2014 12 Secured minimum 50% marks (minimum 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates of respective States) in the subjects Physics,Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject added together.AND Obtained All India Rank in JEE (Main) 2014 (Paper 1) given by CBSENote: ­ Refer Rule No 2.11 regarding Rounding off of percentage of marks for deciding the eligibility, if applicable. The candidate belonging to this type is required to appear for the JEE (Main) 2014 (Paper 1).

2.5 Eligibility criteria for J&K Migrant candidates:Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology /Biology/ Technical Vocational subject AND Secured minimum 50% marks in the subjects Physics,Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject added together. AND Obtained All India Rank in JEE (Main) 2014 (Paper 1) given by CBSE Note: ­ Refer Rule No 2.11 regarding Rounding off of percentage of marks for deciding the eligibility, if applicable. The candidate belonging to this type is required to appear for the JEE (Main) 2014 (Paper 1).

2.6 Eligibility criteria for MKB candidates: In addition to the basic eligibility criterion mentioned in rule no. 2.1, candidates belonging to the Maharashtra Karnataka Disputed Border Area are required to fulfill following additional eligibility criterions. •Candidates should be from such villages/towns, from the Maharashtra Karnataka disputed border areas, on which Maharashtra puts its claim. •The candidate should produce the certificate that his/her father/mother/candidate himself/herself is a domicile of Karnataka in the disputed border area as specified in the Proforma G1/G2 OR The candidate should produce the domicile certificate of his/her father/mother/candidate himself/herself stating that he/she is a resident of a village. •The candidate should have passed SSC (or equivalent) and/or HSC (or equivalent) from an Institution situate in the disputed border area. The candidate must produce a certificate from the Principal/Head Master of the College/School stating that the candidate has passed SSC/HSC (or equivalent) Examination from that Institution. •Mother tongue of the candidate must be Marathi. The candidate must produce a certificate from the Principal/Head Master of the School from which he/she has passed the SSC (or equivalent) Examination, stating that the candidate’s Mother tongue is Marathi as per the original School record. •Candidate should have passed SSC or HSC (or equivalent) Examination with Marathi as one of the subject.

Duration Of Course

4 years

Calendar Year

July 2016 to June 2020

List Of Documents

1. S.S.C / Equivalent Examination mark statement & Certificate.

2. H.S.C. / Equivalent Examination mark statement & Certificate.

3. MH-CET 2015 MARKSHEET REQUIRED

4. Bonafide and character certificate from the Head of Institution last attended

5. Leaving and / or Transfer Certificate from the Institute last attended.

6. Nationality Certificate

7. Domicile Certificate, If available

8. Residence Proof

9. Backward Class / Caste Certificate duly verified by the Competent Authority

10. Passport in case of Foreign Nationals / Wards of Persons of Indian Origin / Wards of Non Resident Indians

11. Physical Fitness certificate from a registered Medical Practitioner.

Yeary Syllabus

Semester 1
• Applied Mathematics-I
• Applied Physics-I
• Applied Chemistry-I
• Engineering Mechanics
• Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
• Environmental studies
• Basic Workshop Practice-I

Semester 2
• Applied Mathematics-II
• Applied Physics-II
• Applied Chemistry-II
• Engineering Drawing
• Structured Programming Approach
• Communication Skills
• Basic Workshop Practice-II

Semester 3
1. Applied Mathematics-III
2. Electrical Network
3. Analysis and Synthesis
4. Analog Electronics
5. Digital Electronics
6. Transducers-I
7. Object oriented programming and methodology

Semester 4
1. Applied Mathematics-IV
2. Feedback Control System
3. Electrical Technology and Instruments
4. Communication System
5. Transducers-II
6. Application Software Practices

Semester 5
1. Signals and Systems
2. Applications of Microcontroller -I
3. Control System Design
4. Signal Conditioning
5. Circuit Design
6. Control system components
7. Business Communication and Ethics

Semester 6
1. Process Instrumentation Systems
2. Power Electronics and Drives
3. Digital Signal Processing
4. Applications of Microcontroller -II
5. Industrial Data Communication
6. Analytical Instrumentation

Semester 7
1. Industrial Process Control
2. Biomedical Instrumentation.
3. Advanced Control Systems Process
4. Automation
5. Elective-I
Advanced Embedded Systems
Fiber Optic Instrumentation
Process Modeling and Optimization
Image Processing
Expert Systems
6. Project-I

Semester 8
1. Batch Process Automation
2. Instrumentation Project Documentation & Execution
3. Instrument & System Design
4. Elective-II
Power Plant Instrumentation
Digital Control System
Optimal & Robust Control Systems
Nuclear Instrumentation
Automation in Energy and Infrastructure
5. Project-II.

Grading System

80% Theory 20% Practical