Pioneering in the field of Instrumentation & Control in Saurashtra University, this department has grown up a long way. This department is unique in the Saurashtra University not only by means of Syllabus, but also in the sense of Industrial relations & support, vast use of various teaching aids, staff student interaction, rich library & e-library utilization, and laboratory infrastructure also.

In the sense of curriculum of Branch, it is the proper combinations of subjects, which not only leads students to industrial aspect but also gives an edge to learn subjects that can be useful for their future studies as well as advance developments in the field of Instrumentation & Control. The entire syllabus is such nicely designed to give students sufficient depth. Syllabus of Inst & Control steam includes subjects like Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Expert systems, neural networks & Fuzzy Logic, Biomedical Instrumentation, Digital Signal Processing, Embedded Systems, System Design, Industrial Automation etc.

To give nice practical approach to the field of instrumentation & control, department is currently having five state of art laboratories which are quite rich not in the sense of instruments but also in the sense of experiments also. All the labs are having sufficient amount of Charts and other supportive teaching aids. Department has also prepared the Lab Books for the subject “Control System”. The process of preparing Lab Books is also going in the full flange. One of the Asset of the Department is the ROBOTICS Kit, which costs around 0.1 million. We proudly say that non other than this department of University has this kind of Robotics Kit. The kit has inbuilt features like, assembling and dissembling of robot kit in whatever manner we wish. Total investment of college after the various advance instruments of laboratories is around 1.3 Millions of Rupees.

The department is having vast sets of teaching aids like transparencies, charts, multimedia media presentations, and simulators, tutors that are used to make students learn the subjects in lucid manner. There is huge collection of Textbooks, Reference books, magazines, journals of various subjects in main library, which supports and encourages students as well as faculties in a great and easy manner. Department is also having vast collection of various text and reference books in the Departmental Library. It also has the various magazines and journals.

Department is having great encouraging and warm support of industries and medical hospitals in various aspects, related to syllabus designing, student and staff training and other technical support. KRIBHCO and GNFC has also donated instruments and control system components to the department.

Main strength of any department is better close neat of Staff and between Staff and Students. Department is having the enthusiastic and dedicated work force. All the staff members are working with that much of enthusiasm that any task or any work is the opportunity for them to work. There is no bar of levels within the staff members. Department is also having good relations with other department also.Department is organizing events like ‘Tech View’ to give the junior students the view about the future aspects of Instrumentation & Control field.

To be an academic institution with dynamic equilibrium with its environment, striving continuously for excellence in education, research and forming of an idyllic human resource development center to serve the society that lead to academic enrichment and perennial advancement.

Aspire to meet the growing and diverse educational needs of the community through provision of innovative learning opportunities along with inculcation of values of culture, morality & spirituality enabling student and employees to build productive carriers and to develop itself as a Center of Excellence in a changing society.

Goals :

  1. To be considered one of the top five engineering colleges in undergraduate and graduate studies.
  2. Training students and developing expertise in Instrumentation and control engineering, Instrumentation and control at the graduate level.
  3. Research & development of various control system and developing understanding of instrument / process instrument phenomena underlying such systems.
  4. Engineering analysis and optimal design of various Instrumentation and control systems and processes.
  5. Transfer of knowledge through seminars, symposia and short-term refresher courses at national and international levels.
  6. Undertake industrial consultancy jobs to solve the specific problems of Instrumentation and control industries.
  7. To educate future leaders who are the most sought-after engineering graduates in the world.

Objectives :

  1. Training students at the undergraduate level.
  2. Research and Development in Instrumentation and control Engineering.
  3. Providing continuing education programs for working professionals.
  1. Design and implement systems utilizing analog / digital control devices.
  2. Apply the concepts of automatic control, including measurement, feedback and feed forward regulation for the operation of continuous and discrete systems.
  3. Solve technical problems and be proficient in the analysis, design, test, and implementation of instrumentation and control systems utilizing appropriate software and hardware tools and devices.
  4. Able to utilize modern and effective management skills for performing investigation, analysis, and synthesis in the implementation of automatic control systems.
  5. Understand and uphold professional, ethical, and societal responsibilities.
  6. Conduct, analyze, and interpret experimental results to improve process.

Almost all process and manufacturing industry such as steel, oil, petrochemical, power and defence production will have a separate instrumentation department, which is manned and managed by instrumentation engineers. “Automation is the buzz word in process industry, and automation is the core job of instrumentation engineers. Hence, the demand for instrumentation will always be there,”

The growth in the avionics, aeronautical and space science sectors has also increased the scope for instrumentation engineers. Instrumentation engineers can also fit in both software and hardware sectors.

Apart from covering core subjects such as system dynamics, industrial instrumentation and process control, analytical and bio-medical instrumentation and robotics, the students deal with software and hardware topics such as microprocessor and micro controller based instrumentation, VLSI and embedded system designs, computer architecture and organization and computer control of processes. Computer languages such as ‘C’ and FORTRAN are also part of the curriculum. This makes an instrumentation engineer fit for both the hardware and the software industry.

Nature of work of an instrumentation engineer ranges from designing, developing, installing, managing equipments that are used to monitor and control machinery and processes.

As per Gujarat Technological University.

Sr No Name Qualification Specialization Designation
1 Dr. Komal Borisagar Ph.D Communication System Engineering Asso.Prof.
2 Jimit Talati M.E. Instrumentation & PLC,SCADA, Asst. Prof.
3 Ankit Kumar M.Tech. Controller Designing Asst. Prof.
4 Hardik Kannad M.Tech. Sliding mode Control, Digital Control Asst. Prof.
5 Ankur Gajjar  M.Tech.  Control & Automation Asst.Prof.
6 Pooja Panchal  M.Tech.  Control & Automation Asst.Prof.
7 Debolina Dey  M.Tech.  Instrumentation & Control  Asst.Prof.
8 Pari Acharya  M.E.  Instrumentation & Control  Asst.Prof.

As per Gujarat Technological University.

  1. Article Published in Peer Reviewed Journals with ISSN Impact factor 0 to 5 :  59
  2. Article Presented and Published in International Conference with ISSN and Publication in IEEE Digital Library : 30
  3. Articles Published in National Conference Proceedings with ISBN : 31
  4. Total Research Article Publication : 120
  5. Books Published: 2(Digital Electronics, Basic Electronics)
  • Speech Processing & Wireless Communication
  • Instrumentation & Measurement
  • Automation
  • Virtual Instrumentation
  • Control System Design
  • Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic
  • Motion Controlled Systems
  • Process Control
  • Power System
  • Sliding Mode Control

Under Graduate Result:

Year  Appeared  Passed  Distinction  First Class  Pass%
2011-12 57 54 54 0 94.73
2012-13 53 52 51 1 98.11
2013-14 73 65 60 5 92.86
2014-15 69 66 64 2 95.45
2015-16 62 60 58 2 96.77

Post Graduate Result:

Year Appeared Passed Distinction First Class Pass%
2014-15 17 14 13 1 82.35
2015-16 11 10 9 1 90.90


Name of Student Branch Pass-out year GTU Rank Photo CGPA
Maradiya Dhaval Rasikbhai BE-IC 2016 1   9.20
Nariya Sagar Govindbhai BE-IC 2015 2   9.23
Rupani Yasin Sabanali BE-IC 2014 4   8.80
Issarani Vijaykumar Dilipbhai BE-IC 2013 2   9.19
Dhruv Bhaygyashree Shaivduttabhai BE-IC 2012 1   9.23
Kalpana Khendhariya Sureshkumar ME-IC 2015 1   SPI-9.26 CPI-8.74


Sr. No Year Name of Companies Job-Seeker On Campus Off Campus %
1 2011-12 Reliance Industry Ltd., TCS, Nirma Chemicals, TATA Chemicals, AARTI Chemicals, Clockner DESMA,L & T, Saurashtra Chemicals 37 14 10 65
2 2012-13 32 15 5 60
3 2013-14 40 17 9 65
4 2014-15 42 16 7 68
5 2015-16 34 9 10 55
  1. Embicon , Rajkot ,
  2. Shree Kemrej Vibhag Sahakari Khand Udhyog Mandli Limited, Surat
  3. Sofocn , Rajkot
  4. Pelican Rotoflex , Rajkot
  5. Water Jet Polymer Private Limited , Rajkot

Extra Curricular Activities:

  1. Best out of Waste Competition
  2. Poster Presentation Competition
  3. Drawing Competition
  4. Rangoli Competition
  5. Singing and Dancing Event
  6. Village Visit
  7. Clean Campus – Prayatna
  8. Group Discussion

Social Activities:

  1. Swine flu Awareness
  2. Old age home Cleaning & Food by Students
  3. Orphanage Home Visit
  4. Women’s Day Celebration
  5. Apang Baal Gruh Visit