Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The Programme Educational Objectives of Diploma in Instrumentation Engg. at the Department of Instrumentation of Institute of Petrochemical Engineering are formulated in accordance with the mission and vision of the Institute. The current PEOs have been developed to maintain the Diploma program that meets the needs of stake holders as mentioned below:

1. Produce technicians who will have the ability to apply the knowledge of basic sciences, Instrumentation Engineering to excel in a carrier.

2. Produce Diploma holders who will continue to enhance their knowledge.

3.Produce Diploma holders who are confident enough to take up diverse carrier paths. Diploma holders will be able to serve in core Instrumentation and allied process industries. They will persue their higher studies in the premier institutions, serve in educational institutions, engineering consultancy companies and/or become successful entrepreneurs.

4.Produce Diploma holders who will provide leadership and demonstrate the importance of professional integrity.

PEO1: Core Competency: Diploma holders will solve real world problems appropriate to the discipline using foundation of mathematics, science and Instrumentation Engineering.

PEO2: Breadth: Diploma holders will apply current industry accepted practices, new and emerging technologies to analyze, implement, and maintain state-of-art solutions.

PEO3: Learning Environment: Exhibit self- learning capabilities in the field of instrumentation Engineering, teamwork and effective communication skills.

PEO4: Professionalism: Inculcate professional and ethical attitude and ability to relate instrumentation technology issues to society.

PEO5: Preparation: Be successfully employed or accepted into a graduate programme / higher studies, and demonstrate a pursuit of lifelong learning.

Program Outcomes (POs)

The programme outcomes of Diploma level Instrumentation Engineering are as follows:

1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, Science and Engineering to Instrumentation Engg. discipline.

2. An ability to conduct experiments for measurement devices / elements, control system, variety of control algorithms, final control elements, etc., and ability to analyze and interpret data.

3. Be able to apply the principles and practices for instrument / system / equipment / device to real world problems adhering to safety and regulatory standards as applicable.

4. Be able to work effectively in a various groups (may be multidisciplinary groups).

5. An ability to identify, formulate and solve a problem in Instrumentation Engineering.

6. Understand the social impact of automation, safety aspects of automation, hazards associated with various processes, environmental issues, professional ethics, etc.

7. Understand the impact of Instrumentation technology in a global, economic, environmental, and social context.

8. Demonstrate the knowledge and capabilities necessary for pursuing a professional career or higher studies.

9. Understanding of contemporary and emerging technology for various processes and systems.

10. Demonstrate an understanding of sensors / transducers, control system, complete automation system.