Instrumentation And Control

About the Instrumentation and Control Department

Department Vision

To develop the department as a center of excellence in Instrumentation and Control Engineering.

Department Mission

  1. To develop students with strong foundation of Instrumentation and Control Engineering.
  2. To develop logical thinking ability, analytical skills, soft skills and create awareness about professional ethics.
  3. To provide conducive environment to the students for higher studies and research.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To develop competent graduates ready to work in core domain such as Process Control, Automation and Health care.
  2. To develop ability, to think laterally and solve problems related to Instrumentation and Control Engineering considering safety, social and environmental factors.
  3. To develop self-learning ability and build confidence in students to pursue higher education and successful careers at national and international level.
  4. To develop students with professional ethics, effective communication skills, team spirit and social awareness.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  1. Apply fundamental knowledge of Measurement and Control to identify, formulate and design solution for complex engineering problems.
  2. Capable of developing a complete system in various domains like Process Control, Environmental Sciences, Biomedical and work successfully as an individual or as a part of team on multidisciplinary projects.
  3. Able to understand professional and ethical responsibility with effective communication skills and life-long learning.
  4. Able to pursue career in research, industry, higher studies and adapt to changing technology.

The department of Instrumentation and Control is established in 1991. The department is offering an undergraduate program since 1991 and has started the post graduate program with specialization in Biomedical Instrumentation in 2009. The undergraduate program is accredited for 3 years by National Board of Accreditation.

The Instrumentation and Control is a core branch of Engineering, which deals with Measurement, Control and Automation. It is a highly interdisciplinary branch which covers major aspects of Chemical, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. The curriculum of Instrumentation and Control Engineering involves measurement of various process parameters, design of instruments and their applications. Further, installation, commissioning and maintenance of Instrumentation systems are integral part of Instrumentation and Control Engineering. Instrumentation Engineers are the leaders for Automation and Control. Instrumentation and Control includes electronic, pneumatic, and hydraulic instrumentation systems along with tools required for the automation e.g. DCS, PLC, SCADA. These tools are integral part of process industries, refineries, petrochemical industries, building automation and many more. Health care is turning as an industry both at technology development and health care delivery system. Thus, Biomedical Instrumentation is also an important stream under Instrumentation.

Control, Computation and Analysis are essential aspects of any modern Instrumentation and Control system. Therefore Digital Signal Processing, Embedded Systems, and Analytical Instrumentation are important areas for design and manufacturing of modern instruments and control systems. Growing requirement of control and computing has created a large space for “Research in Instrumentation”.

Due to the multidisciplinary aspects an Instrumentation Engineer can choose a career in various core areas like Process Control, Automation, Embedded, Biomedical and IT as well.

The Instrumentation and Control department at Cummins College of Engineering for Women is one of the best departments with its investment in equipments over Rs. 3.5 crores. The department has 3 multimedia classrooms, 2 tutorial rooms and 12 well equipped laboratories including Process and Biomedical Instrumentation, Emerson Automation laboratory, equipped with a high end DCS DeltaV system and the MEMS laboratory, equipped with softwares like Coventor, Intellesuite and Comsol, along with departmental library. Highly motivated faculty is the major strength of the department. Presently department has 01 Professor and 14 Assistant Professors out of which 10 are pursuing PhD. Most of the staff members have post graduates degrees in Instrumentation. The department has excellent performance in University examinations with good number of rank holders.

The department has a strong collaboration with core industries. More than 70% of the final year projects are industry sponsored. The department has signed MoUs with Honeywell Automation India Limited, Emerson Engineering Exports Center. Forbes Marshall, a leading process industry, offers award to the best project of the final year students, since 1997.

Students from department have been placed in multinational companies like Emerson, Honeywell, Forbes, KPIT, Alfa Laval, Reliance, Infosys, Cognizant Technologies, IBM, Wipro Technologies, etc.

Department Name F. Y. B. Tech S. Y. B. Tech T. Y. B. Tech B.E M. Tech
Instrumentation and Control Sem I, II Sem I
Sem II
Sem I, II, III, IV
Name Prof. Dr. Mrs. Anagha M Panditrao
Designation Head & Professor
Qualification Ph.D
Experience Teaching: 19 Years Research: 5 Years
Area of Interest Process Control, Transducers
E mail Id anagha.panditrao@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020- 25311250
Name Dr. Vikas D Hajare
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification B.E., M. Tech. , Ph. D. (Instrumentation Engineering)
Experience Teaching: 17 Years
Area of Interest Control Engineering, Industrial Automation
E mail Id vikas.hajare@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311277
Name Prof. Atul K Joshi
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E. Instrumentation
Experience Teaching: 20 Years Industry: 5 Years
Area of Interest Robotics, Sensor Design, Embedded system
E mail Id atul.joshi@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311254
Name Prof. Mrs. Dipali S Ramdasi
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E. E&Tc Spl-Instrumentation
Experience Teaching: 22 Years
Area of Interest Embedded Systems, Gas Sensors
E mail Id dipali.ramdasi@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311268
Name Prof. Mrs. Asmita T Wakankar
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E. Instrumentation
Experience Teaching: 13 Years Industry: 9 Months
Area of Interest Bio-Medical Instrumentation
E mail Id asmita.wakankar@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311251
Name Prof. Harishchandra T Patil
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E.Electrical(Microprocessors Systems and Applications)
Experience Teaching: 18 Years
Area of Interest Image Processing, Building Automation
E mail Id harish.patil@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311253
Name Prof. Mrs. Pratima V Kulkarni
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification B.E. Instrumentation
Experience Teaching: 21 Years
Area of Interest Instrumentation System Design
E mail Id  pratima.kulkarni@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311259
Name Dr. Vaishali M Upadhye
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification Ph.D. Instrumentation and Control
Experience Teaching: 15 Years
Area of Interest Process Instrumentation
E mail Id vaishali.upadhye@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311258
Name Dr. Jayanand P Gawande
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification B.E., M. E., Ph. D. (Instrumentation Engineering)
Experience Teaching: 15 Years
Area of Interest Digital Signal Processing, Wavelets and Filter Banks
E mail Id jayanand.gawande@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311273
Name Dr. Revati V Shriram
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification Ph. D
Experience Teaching: 17 Years Industry: IN, USA – 01 Year
Area of Interest Biomedical Signal and Image Processing, Biomedical Instrumentation, Digital Control
E mail Id revati.shriram@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311251
Name Dr. Mrs. Nivedita M Daimiwal
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification Ph. D
Experience Teaching: 23 Years Industry: 2  Year
Area of Interest Bio Medical Instrumentation
E mail Id Nivedita.daimiwal@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311251
Name Prof. Yashwant G Adhav
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech. Instrumentation & Control
Experience Teaching: 14 Years Industry: 2 Months
Area of Interest MEMS, Sensors & Transducers, Embedded system
E mail Id yashwant.adhav@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311252
Name Dr. Mrs. Swati P Madhe
Designation Assistant. Professor
Qualification Ph.D (Instrumentation Engg.)
Experience Teaching: 12 Years
Area of Interest Digital signal processing, Filter bank design
E mail Id Swati.madhe@cumminscollege.in
Contact No 020-25311257

Laboratory Summary

The Instrumentation and Control Department has well equipped laboratories, such as Sensors and Transducers Laboratory, Process Instrumentation, Biomedical Instrumentation, Electronics Instrumentation, Delta V DCS System and Signal Processing Laboratory.

Laboratory Details

Sr. No. Laboratory Name Lab Incharge
1. Analytical Instrumentation Lab and Dark Room Prof.Amruta G. Bahulikar
2. Automation Centre Prof.H.T.Patil
3. Biomedical Instrumentation Lab Prof.Nivedita M Daimiwal
4. Digital Signal Processing Lab Prof.Jayanand P. Gawande
5. Electronic Instrumentation Lab Prof.Pratima Kulkarni
6. Instrumentation Projects Lab Prof. Atul K. Joshi
7. Cummins MEMS R & D Centre Lab Prof. Yashwant G.Adhav
8. PG Lab- 1 Prof.H.T.Patil
9. PG Lab- 2 Prof.Asmita. T. Wakankar
10. Process Instrumentation Lab Prof. Vaishali M. Upadhye
11. Project Engineering and Management Lab Prof. Swati P. Madhe
12. Microcontroller and Virtual Instrumentation Lab Prof. Dipali S. Ramdasi
  1. Analytical Instrumentation Lab
  2. Automation Centre
  3. Biomedical Instrumentation Lab
  4. Digital Signal Processing Lab 
  5. Electronic Instrumentation Lab
  6. Instrumentation Projects Lab
  7. Cummins MEMS R & D Centre Lab
  8. P.G. Lab 1
  9. P.G. Lab 2
  10. Process Instrumentation Lab
  11. Project Engineering and Management Lab
  12. Microcontroller and Virtual Instrumentation Lab

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