INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL
As per the National Forecast up to year 2015, with so many industries coming up need of Instrumentation Engineers is eventually going to increase, as thousands of them are required. These engineers can pursue consultancy-based work. Instrumentation and control engineers are employed in a range of modern industrial settings such as manufacturing, environmental, health, food production, mining and energy production. They are typically employed to monitor, measure, regulate and control physical quantities like temperature, pressure and flow, and to control product movement, actuators and positioning devices for example.
Course Fees : 50000
Course Fees(NRI) $: 1875
Scope & Career
Scope & Carrer of INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL.:
- Control systems design and installation
- Process control and instrumentation
- Installation and management
- Electronics design and manufacturing
- Research and development
- Sales and service of technical equipment
- project and technology management
Career of INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL.:
- Petro chemical complex needs instrumentation & control.
- Oil & gas need instrumentation & control.
- Off shore industry needs instrumentation & control.
- Refinery needs instrumentation & control.
- Industrial plants needs instrumentation & CONTROL.
- Energy sector needs instrumentation & control.
- Chemical process needs instrumentation & control.
- EPC industry needs instrumentation & control.
- Consulting . needs instrumentation & control.
- Pharmaceutical industry needs instrumentation & control.
- Project & Construction needs instrumentation & control.
- Cement and Fertilizer needs instrumentation & control.
- Power plants needs instrumentation & control.
- Commercial Buildings needs instrumentation & control.
- Airports needs instrumentation & control.
- Shopping Malls needs instrumentation & control.
- Hospitals , office complex needs instrumentation & control.
I. INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL Engineering System:-
- Types of Industries & scope of work
- Role of instrumentation engineer in various types of industries
- Basics of I&C, including different control functions, types of control loops, and continuous vs. discrete control.
- Identification and symbols used in I&C
- Various standards and codes
II. INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL Designing
- Different types of instrument for pressure, temperature, flow, level, control valves and their application & selection
- Requirements for control rooms and the design of control panels
- Concepts and implementation of alarm and trip systems.
- Sensors and Transmitter (Flow, Level , Temp , Pr. pH, Dew Point)
- Fire and gas system
- Flow calculation and control sizing
- Detailed Engineering
- Control Room Instrumentation
- Ac drive
III. Post Designing of INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL Engineering
- Checking Vendor Data
- Instrument Procurement and Inspection
- Requirements for a successful installation, instrument checkout and controller tuning
- Project implementation and project management
- Decision-making tools, namely, Auditing, Evaluation of Plant Needs, Justification, and Control System Evaluation
IV. Live Practicals for INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL Engineering
- P& I diagram
- Data Sheet / Spec Sheet / Index
- Loop / Hook Up Drawings
- Instrument Index
- Instrument Location Plan
- Process Data sheets and Specifications
- Instrument Wiring Layout
- Instrument Air Routing Layout
- JB Layout
- Cable Schedule
- Cable Tray Layout
- Emergency shut down system
- FAT procedure & SAT procedure
Documentation & Technical bid evaluation.
PLC programming (Ladder Diagram) of shutdown logic for emergency shutdown system.
V. INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL engineering Software’s
- Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC):
Audience & Eligibility
Audience for INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL
- Project Managers
- Operation managers
- Consultancy support
- Writing computer software
- Domain experts in IT industry
- Purchase, Design, Fabrication, Inspection
- Sales Engineers
- Repair Organization
- Inspection agencies
- Industry in design, Maintenance & Repair of Industrial plants
Eligibility for INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL Engineering
- B. Tech / B.E in Electronics / Instrumentation / Production Engineering
- Diploma in Electronics / Instrumentation / Production Engineering
- M .Tech / M.E in Electronics / Instrumentation / Production Engineering
We train our junior engineers to present themselves well and pass their interviews .They are well prepared through continuous mock interviews that provides confidence to our engineers.
A detailed session of the below mentioned format for the mock interview is provided by DA.
- On-Campus Interviews
- Interview tips
- Sample Interview Questions
- Behavioral Interviews
- Technical Interviews
- Site Visits
- Dress for Success
- No Show Interview Policy
- Industry Research Guide
- Industry Expectations
- Thank You Letters
- Email Correspondence
- Since 14 years in INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL engineering.
- Our mentors have 5 to 10 year industrial knowledge in INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL engineering.
- Senior lead INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL engineers convert the candidates to junior INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL engineers.
- Live Chat with faculty.
- Virtual class rooms.
- Audio & Video tutorials.
- Based upon real projects on INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL engineering.
- In Plant visit for candidates.
- Hands on training on leading software.
- Career counseling & guidance.
- 100 % job oriented training program.
- Best placement records are maintained till now.
Who has a good personality?
Anyone who presents himself well ,deals with problems wins situations and influence people through excellent communication and interpersonal skills ,has a pleasing personality .DA will polish the interpersonal skills of the engineers matching the industry.
- Leadership in Projects
- Interpersonal Relations with colleagues
- Communication in organizations
- Stress Management at work
- Group Dynamics and Team Building
- Conflict Management
- Performance Appraisal
- Time Management at work
We have professionals from the personality development ,who will train each and every raw engineer of DA, to fit the industry culture in terms corporate behaviour.