Instrumentation Engineer

Instrumentation engineering can be referred to as a 'mixture' of different subjects that can be the launch padfor many careers. Indeed, instrumnetation enginnering is an interndisciplinary branch that includes study of electrical, chemical, electronics as well as computer engineering. Instrumentation and control engineers design manufacture and fix snags in devices or systems that are used to measure or control physical quantities such as temperature, pressure and flow. 

They step in wherever 'sensing' of physical quantitites is required and work in power plants, chemical plants, manufacturing facilities, oil refinerires, steel industry as well as drug makers and software and hardware companies, to name a few avenues.

Job Aspects : Analytical, Attention to detail, Creative, Decision Making, Goal Focussed, People Skills, Physical Labour, Professional Degree

Job Pressure High

Academic Pressure High

  • Early Salary

    6 - 7 L

  • Mid Level Salary

    12 - 14 L

  • Senior Salary

    Above 25 L

What do they do?

Instrumentation engineers typically work for industries with automated process such as chemical or manufacturing plants, with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability, safety, optimisation and stability. The control of processes is one of the main branches of applied instrumentation. 

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