INCON

INCON- REPORT

INCON, the Association of Instrumentation and Control Engineering students aims at developing the technical proficiency and soft skills of students. Also, it helps to make them better professionals and to improve their leadership qualities.

Program 1

Association of Instrumentation & Control Engg. has organized a technical talk on “Job Opportunities in Instrumentation” by Mr. Gopalakrishnan, of Graphine Automation Pvt. Ltd. For S8 and S6 students.

There is a wide range of career possibilities for instrumentation & Control engineers. For example, they might design strain gauges or sensors that capture data about the safety, efficiency, and reliability of machines used in manufacturing. They also might design devices like blood glucose monitors, aircraft sensors, smoke detectors, or dynamometers that measure torque. They might develop electrocardiograph equipment and computed tomography scanners, or they might work on security systems. In addition, instrumentation engineers have been essential to the success of every aeronautical research project ever flown. Instrumentation engineers might be employed by manufacturing firms, defense contractors, biomedical companies, or government entities; or they might work for private engineering firms.

Program 2

Dept. has organized a three day workshop on “Calibration of Field Instruments” for S8 students by Revelation Automation Pvt Ltd .

Calibration of the measuring instrument is the process in which the readings obtained from the instrument are compared with the sub-standards in the laboratory at several points along the scale of the instrument. As per the results obtained from the readings obtained of the instrument and the sub-standards, the curve is plotted. If the instrument is accurate there will be matching of the scales of the instrument and the sub-standard. If there is deviation of the measured value from the instrument against the standard value, the instrument is calibrated to give the correct values
All the new instruments have to be calibrated against some standard in the very beginning. For the new instrument the scale is marked as per the sub-standards available in the laboratories, which are meant especially for this purpose. After continuous use of the instrument for long periods of time, sometimes it loses its calibration or the scale gets distorted, in such cases the instrument can be calibrated again if it is

Program 3

A motivation talk has organized by the INCON Association on 23 November by Lt Anzari N, Asst Director, Indian Navy based on the topic “LIFE AND CAREER: Day dreaming to Goal Setting”. All the students of ICE department actively participated in the event.

Calibration of the measuring instrument is the process in which the readings obtained from the instrument are compared with the sub-standards in the laboratory at several points along the scale of the instrument. As per the results obtained from the readings obtained of the instrument and the sub-standards, the curve is plotted. If the instrument is accurate there will be matching of the scales of the instrument and the sub-standard. If there is deviation of the measured value from the instrument against the standard value, the instrument is calibrated to give the correct values
All the new instruments have to be calibrated against some standard in the very beginning. For the new instrument the scale is marked as per the sub-standards available in the laboratories, which are meant especially for this purpose. After continuous use of the instrument for long periods of time, sometimes it loses its calibration or the scale gets distorted, in such cases the instrument can be calibrated again if it is

Program 4

Association of Instrumentation & Control Engineering students, INCON had organized a Technical talk on “Measurement & Calibration” by Mr.Balachandran A S, Engineer Quality assurance, Cochin special economic Zone. The session explored different Calibration methods and the participants had keen attitude.

Program 5

Dept. of Instrumentation and Control hosted a Fresher’s Day on 1st August 2019 to welcome the new batch (2019-23) of first year B.Tech students. It was marked as a memorable day in the life of every fresher at Instrumentation and Control Engg, SNM IMT Maliankara. The day was filled with excitement, joy, music, enthusiasm, laughter and happiness.

Program 6

A Group Discussion Club was formed in our department to make the students aware of the latest happenings in and around the world. GD club conducted a program for the 3rdand 1st Semester students on the topic, “Invalidation of 1000Rs and 500Rs notes by the Govt of India”. Students participated and spoke about their views on this topic.

A Quiz competition was also conducted for the 3rd Semester and 1st Semester students. Students participated with great enthusiasm.