The field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is growing at a very fast pace. Over the past three decades the field of instrumentation has seen an extremely widespread application in almost all disciplines of engineering e.g., Mining & Metallurgy, Robotics, Textile, Rolling Mills, Cranes & Hoists, Arc Furnaces, Chemical Engineering, Process Control, and Static Relays etc. Today, the application of Microprocessor/Microcontroller and Digital Signal Processor (DSP) Chip has revolutionized the field of Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation. These Microcontroller/DSP chips have virtually become the heart of modern instrumentation design. Although, the new technology has resulted in more versatile, compact, accurate and faster response time, as compared to the conventional design, the new systems are replacing the old rather slowly due to reliable performance of the old systems.
In view of the above the curriculum planning done at BMCTM is divided in to two parts namely the university course curriculum and industrial training/projects. While the course curriculum taught in theory classes strengthens the conceptual foundation, the industrial training and industrials project are undertaken at the industry as well as at the Campus.
Besides having its own independent Library, the Department has the following laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment & technology: