The department of Electronics and Instrumentation began functioning in the year 2002. The department is having an annual intake of 60. Till date 8 batches of students have passed out with flying colors. We are equipped to produce socially committed engineers and have made several achievements in the field of technical education.
Our students have bagged several ranks in the M G University examinations and have proved their strengths in co- curricular activities. A large number of students are placed in refineries & automation industries around the globe, R&D department of public and private sector companies and in Indian defense services.
The department is enriched with well qualified, committed and experienced faculty members. The student staff ratio is 1:12. Students conduct programs under the banner of EISA once in every month. The association activity provides the members, an opportunity to plan and organize technical events effectively. A number of faculties in the department are life members of ISOI. The ISOI student chapter in the college functions in association with ISOI Kochi chapter which gives the students amble opportunity to interact with industry.
The objective of the Department is to offer students the right kind of exposure to technical education and provide them ample opportunity to apply their knowledge in practical scenarios.
The department strives to enrich professionals of high competancy in the area of instrumentation engineering and mould them to adopt the crux of matter in the field of automation.
As part of association activity department of electronics and instrumentation engineering conducted a technical talk on “Recent trends in instrumentation and automation by Smt. Manjusha S , AGM FEDO instrumentation on 13/03/19.The talk was very much interesting and informative and gave awarness about present scenario of instrumentation system.
A start up company is developed by 2017 pass out students named FISA Fire Fighting System Pvt Limited. The team members are Arjun P,Raj Mohan,Akhil Devassykutty and Alwin Vishak.
The Society of Instrumentation professionals was established in the year 1970, with head quarters at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Today it has six chapters at Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Dehradun,Pune and cochin. It strives to act as a link between academic institutions and the instrumentation industry, by organising several programs. It also conducts programs for students and working professionals in the form of short term courses, symposia and topical reviews.
“COST EFFECTIVE 3D PRINTER FROM DVD DRIVE “ done by Sajlu Rahman C.M and Muhammed Eesa V.A under the guidence of Rashida Hameed (Asst.professor, EIE department).
3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using additive processes. 3D printing enables you to produce shapes using less material than traditional manufacturing methods. It all starts with the creation of a 3D model in your computer. This digital design is for instance a CAD (Computer Aided Design) file. A 3D model is either created from the ground up with 3D modeling software or based on data generated with a 3D scanner. With a 3D scanner you’re able to create a digital copy of an object.