The Job scopes for the graduates of B.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation is similar to that of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. Job opportunities are abundant and highly competed owing to the greater demand in technical advancements in the field of applied electronics and instrumentation and subsequent advancements in the field of automated process control systems and automation along with the development of industrial robotics that has begun to dominate the manufacturing sectors, which aims at increasing the production rates and reducing human error. This field has been a hot spot in the job market over the past two decades in India. India is home to many indigenous and foreign production companies with around 100+ Multinational production companies and indigenous large scale production companies. Owing to the adaption of Industry 4.0 and other work rate boosting technologies across the world and in India, the need and necessity of skilled instrumentation engineers have always dominated the job markets. This explains abundancy in the Instrumentation and automation sector in recent times.
The Syllabus of B.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation is designed to provide maximum job opportunities for the graduates of this course. The syllabus is regularly updated based on the needs and requirements of the job market. They are recruited by top manufacturing and instrumentation development conglomerates and also by control system and microprocessing companies or automation suppliers and instrumentation analytics companies and much government-aided organizations such as Indian Army, ministry of electronics and telecommunication, DRDO, MHRD, etc. in a competitive job role with often higher pay scales owing to their job role and skill of managing the job. The Applied Electronics and Instrumentation engineer salary in India are bound to be affected several factors such as skills possessed by the candidates, experience in the field, the requirement of the candidates in the field, etc. and since Information Technology is a saturated domain in the job market, freshers are recruited with low salary package and as they progress and gain experience, they're given massive hikes as this field is growing and scopes are widening.
Some of the popular job roles of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation engineering graduates are given below:
Some of the top recruiting private jobs for the graduates of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering are:
Some of the top recruiting government jobs for the graduates of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering are:
The minimum salary of an employee with a degree in Bachelor of Technology in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation is Rs.2,80,000. per annum. and the maximum salary may range from Rs.7,20,000. per annum.