Diploma In Electronics Engineering

ISTC Students working on a Pneumatics Transducer Kit

This six semester course is a restructured version of “Advanced Diploma in Mechatronics and Industrial Automation” which was started in 1996. There are 54 seats for this course. On successful completion of the training, the trainees will be awarded “Diploma in Electronics Engineering”.


Based on the merit in ISTC Entrance Exam, the candidate will opt for the desired course. Training during first year will be common for both the above courses. After the common training in first year, the candidate will persue specialized course in 2nd & 3rd year as per their excersied option at the time of admission.


Skill based training on workbench, use of hand tools and measuring instruments. Introduction to drilling, tapping, turning, shaping, welding, soldering, brazing and re-sharpening of tools. Training in precision machine tool operations: lead screw lathe, universal milling machine, surface grinder. Advanced bench work for making different assemblies. Manufacture of scientific equipment & instrument parts and prototypes. Introduction to Programming, Simulation and working on CNC Milling and CNC lathe.


ELECTRONICS LABORATORY (3rd and 4th Semesters):

Workshop Practice: identification of components, soldering and wiring, PCB design and manufacturing. Use of measuring instruments, power sources, oscilloscopes and signal generators. Characteristics and applications of active and passive components. Amplifiers. Oscillators. Op Amps, analog circuits, Switching circuits. Combinational and sequential digital circuits. Microprocessor: hardware, software, interfacing and programming examples. Programmable Logic Devices.

COMPUTER LABORATORY: (3rd, 4th , 5th and 6th Semester)>

Identification and study of parts of computer and their interconnections, Introduction to operating systems DOS, Windows and Linux, Preparation of technical reports and presentations using MS - office, Use of OrCAD for design of electronics circuits. Programming basics and use of C++, Compilers, Assemblers and Debugging, CAD and CIM packages, Trouble shooting and Diagnostic techniques, Programming of PLDs, Setting up LAN, computer communications and security aspects, Interfacing computer for control of motors and switching circuits. Use of Computer for Mechatronics applications, Automation and control. Maintenance of computers & peripherals.


Study and use of transducers for measurement of temperature, pressure flow, distance, radiation, pH and conductivity etc. Use of electrical control components for control of single phase, multiphase and stepper motors, Study and use of basic hydraulic & pneumatic components and circuits, Electro-hydraulic & Electro-pneumatics set-ups and interfacing to electronic circuits, Mechatronics Applications, use of design and simulation packages such as Pspice, OrCAD, Automation Studio, CATIA/ Delmia. Power electronics and control of motors, AC – DC Drives, PLCs programming and interfacing to the controllers and I/O elements. Micro-Controllers and their use for automation. DCS, SCADA, Process Control, Robot and its use in material handling, Exposure to computerised machines.

PROJECT WORK: (6th Semester)

Conceptualisation, Design and Development of an ELECTRO-MECHANICAL system. Trouble shooting and testing. Ergonomical and Engineering Design considerations. Detailed Project Report.


1st Semester

Engineering Mathematics-I, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Technical Drawing-I, Workshop Technology-I, Communication Skills, Hindi

2nd Semester

Engineering Mathematics-II, Basic Electrical Technology, Electronics Engineering, Technical Drawing-II, Workshop Technology-II, Material Science, Computer Engineering

3rd Semester

Digital Electronics, Electronics Devices & Circuits, Electrical Technology – I, Measurements & Instrumentations, Industrial Engineering & Production Management , Network, Filters & Circuit Theory, Programming Language(s).

4th Semester

Electronics /Instrumentation Design, Computer Technology , Mechatronics: PLCs, Hydraulics & Pneumatics; Modern Communication Techniques/ Instrumentation Buses / Data Communication, Control Engineering and Process Control, Micro-processors & Interfacing.

5th Semester

Computer Applications, Computer Aided Design & Drafting (Electronics & Instrumentations), Entrepreneurship Development and Management, Sensors/ Actuators and Measurement Techniques, Digital Signal Processing, Electrical Machines and Drives – II, PLCs/ PACs/ SCADA and DCS.

6th Semester

Metrology and Computer Aided Inspection & Quality Control, Instrumentation Applications Embedded Systems, Industrial Automation, Robotics and FMS, MEMS/Sensors