Department of Instrumentation

Department of Instrumentation was established in the year 1989. Instrumentation is a multi-disciplinary branch which includes Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation. It enriches the students to excel in the area of automation where the students are exposed to various subjects related to measurements and control.

Vision

  • Aspiring for excellence in the multi facets of Instrumentation through consistent innovative practices to make an effective contribution in the field of Instrumentation technology.

Mission

  • To mould motivated and well-qualified Instrumentation professionals who can provide solutions to Process, Automation, and Allied Industries.
  • The department focuses on preparing the students to meet global industrial challenges. The ultimate goal is to make them aware of the recent advances taking place in the technological field.
  • Furnish the students with potent concepts and application based knowledge to cater to the competency of the industries, research organizations and entrepreneurship skills.
  • Inculcate good human and social values along with the intellectual and core technical skills among the students so as to transform their ideas to practice and real world applications
  • Nurture wisdom and foster innovation ideas amongst the youth towards serving the society.

The Department enjoys long standing relationships with industry, academia, and research organizations of national importance to pursue teaching, training and research agenda. The industry / research organization members that play active participation in departmental activities are Sunpharma Pvt. Ltd, Jubiliant Organosys Pvt. Ltd, Toshvin Analytical Pvt. Ltd., Dabur Research Foundation, Centre of pollution Control Board (CPCB) Delhi, IEEE EDS Delhi Chapter, Futuronix Pvt. Ltd, Tevatron Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Yakult Danone India Pvt. Ltd., Envirotech Instruments Pvt. Ltd., Institute of Nuclear and magnetic Allied Sciences (INMAS) Delhi, Central Scientific Instruments Organization (CSIO) Chandigarh, Agilent Technologies, CORONET Engineer Private Limited etc.

The Department of Instrumentation is currently running B.Sc. (Hons.) Instrumentation under CBCS Mode.

The programme currently running under Department of Instrumentation is:

There are six well equipped labs namely

  • Analytical Instrumentation Laboratory supported by a Wet Laboratory
  • Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory
  • Electrical Machine & Control System Laboratory
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory
  • Industrial Instrumentation Laboratory
  • Analog and Electronics Instrumentation Laboratory

The Analytical laboratory is well equipped with HPLC, GLC, Karl Fischer Titrator, pH meter, UVV Spectrophotometer, Photometer, Flame Photometer, FTIR Spectrophotometer, and Rotary Vacuum Evaporator. The Biomedical laboratory has biomedical kits which are used to measure EEG, ECG, EMG, pulse rate, respiration rate etc. The lab also has ELISA reader, Biochemistry Analyzer, Biomedical Scanner, PCR machine, Blood cell counter and ultrasound machine. Electrical Machine and Control system Laboratory have various equipments like series and shunt DC Motors, induction motors, PID Controller Kit, Synchronous &Asynchronous Transmitter-Receiver Kit etc. Microprocessor and microcontroller lab is equipped with 8085 and 8051 kits to train students for programming and designing new projects. Industrial Instrumentation lab has instruments like orifice meter, DC calibration meter, level transmitter, Ultrasonic flow meter, ratio controller, pressure gauge calibrator, magnetic flow meter, circular chart recorder etc. Analog and Electronics Instrumentation laboratory is well equipped with oscilloscopes, function generators, power supplies, multi meters etc.

The Department has a duly elected Departmental council with following office bearers

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Joint Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Representative

The Department organizes its annual technical fest, “Technexus”. The fest is organized every year with the objective to provide platform for the students to showcase their talent with a competitive spirit.

  • Development of e-resources on standard procedure of operation and applications of important Electronic devices used by under graduate science students.
    1. Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: Rs 5Lakhs.
  • An assessment of consumer’s exposure to pesticides in conventional vegetables and vegetables sold with ‘organic’ tag in Delhi-NCR region, India
    1. Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: Rs 10 Lakhs.
  • Effect of Anaemia on academic performance of under graduate students of East Delhi Colleges.
    1. Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: Rs 4.5 Lakhs.
  • Biochemical evaluation of sprouted fenugreek seeds for nutraceutical management of type-2 diabetes using in vitro assays .
    1. Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: Rs 5 Lakhs.
  • Groups based Co-ordination for information exchange in Ad-hoc networks.
    1. Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: Rs 4.5 Lakhs.
  • Low cost eco-friendly Solar Inverter- A standalone solar power system for households Groups based Co-ordination for information exchange in Ad-hoc networks.
    1. Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: Rs 5 Lakhs.
  • Assessment and correlation of air quality index of East Delhi region with vital respiratory parameters of adolescent population.
    1. Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: Rs 6 Lakhs.

Conferences: Two national conference have been organised by Department in past 2 years

  • Second National Conference on Recent Trends in Instrumentation and Electronics RTIE-2016
  • First National Conference on Recent Trends in Instrumentation and Electronics RTIE-2015
  • The Instrumentation Department along with Department of Food Technology and Biomedical Science has also been granted Rs 36 Lakhs under “DBT Star college scheme” for various projects and workshops by Department of Bio-Technology in October 2014.
  • The Instrumentation Department has been sanctioned a SERB(DST) funded project entitled “Modeling, Simulation and development of AlGaN/GaN HEMT based lactic acid and Uric acid biosensor for clinical research” for three years.