EIE Staff



           The mission of EIE Dept at VNR VJIET is to achieve continued excellence in the interrelated areas of under graduate, graduate education, research and public service.


           In the pursuit of this mission, the EIE Dept will enhance its existing goals to educate students to their highest potentials of intellectual achievement and personal growth; to develop professionals and scientists, who contribute to advancement of their respective societies nationally and internationally; to promote faculty scholarship, engage alumni relationships, industrial partnerships and public service.

About Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering:

Electronic and Instrumentation engineering is a multi disciplined specialized branch, which focuses on the principle, and operation of measuring instruments, process control which is used in design and configuration of automated systems. These engineers work for industries with automated processes, such as chemical or manufacturing plants, with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability, safety, optimization and stability. Instrumentation Engineers help in the designing, construction and maintenance of instruments and entire automation system. An instrumentation engineer decides the type of instruments needed for ensuring better quality and efficiency of the end product.

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. Those who have an aptitude use their expertise they have gained in industry and engage in academic research in universities or acquire a tutoring/coaching role as a lecturer or trainer of instrumentation engineers. Senior level positions are occupied with a Masters Degree and they carry the highest level of responsibility and may include planning and managing activities, as well as leading on new developments. Senior engineers in production and operation functions can often be representatives at board level.

The scope of instrumentation engineering is vast, and appears to be growing, in part due to the increased use of automatic control in manufacturing and process plants. Growth is also tied to the development of more accurate and more robust sensors, which allow us to detect phenomena of interest (such as the presence of minute levels of toxins in food) with much higher precision than what we could do a generation ago.

Programme Intake:

Name of the Prgramme  Approved Intake
B.Tech EIE 120
M.Tech E&I  18





Student Pass Percentage Since Last 5Years:


Course Name Academic Duration Pass Percentage
B.Tech EIE 2010-14  95.07
B.Tech EIE 2009-13  78.78
B.Tech EIE 2008-12  95.45
B.Tech EIE 2007-11  72.72


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