Post Graduate Certificate Program Course in Instrumentation & Automation Engineering

About Faculty:

At weLITEN, our faculty members are qualified with experience of successfully executing many complex & critical projects while working at MNCs and various industry sectors. This experienced team will share their valuable technical & practical knowledge to students to develop their skills and will boost their confidence & knowledge by exercising various tasks & assignments.

Our aim is to develop skilled manpower to meet industry requirement by providing proper training & utilizing specialized field experience & knowledge.

Instrumentation Engineering Syllabus/Course content:-

1.  Introduction to Instrumentation Engineering:

  • Overview of an Engineering

  • Organization Role of a Instrumentation Engineer

  • Project Documentation

  • Relevant Codes & Standards.

  • Basic Design requirement based on the type of plant e.g. chemical, Petrochemical, Refinery

2. Selection of Instruments for Controlling:

  • Flow.

  • Temperature.

  • Level.

  • Pressure.

3. Deliverable Documents

  • Instrument Index.

  • Process Data sheets and Specifications

  • Instrument Location Plan.

  • Instrument Air Routing Layout.

  • Level Sketch.

  • I/O List.

  • Instrument Wiring Layout.

  • Loop Drawing.

  • JB Layout

  • Cable Schedule.

  • Cable Tray Layout.

  • Hook-Up.

4. Final Control Element, Process Data, Sizing and Specification,

  • Process Data.

  • Sizing and Specifications.

  • Introduction to Process Data sheet.

  • Selection of Control Valve.

  • Performing Calculations and Sizing of Control Valve & safety valve.

Automation Syllabus/Course content:-

Introduction to PLC hardware:-

  • Architectural of PLC.

  • Introduction to the field devices connecting to PLC.

  • Detail information about PLC components Power supply, CPU, I/Os, Communication bus.

  • Types of Inputs & outputs.

  • Wiring of the I/O devices.

  • Connecting Field devices to PLC.

2. Programming of PLC:-

  • Introduction to PLC programming software.

  • Addressing concepts.

  • Programming instructions.

  • Communication with filed devices to PLC.

  • Upload, download, Monitoring of programs

  • Back up of the programs and reloading.

  • Fault detection and error handling.

3. Logic development & testing:-

  • Logic development for various projects.

  • Project development.

  • Live project exposure.

4. SCADA system:-

  • Introduction to SCADA system.

  • Creating tags, alarm, trend, recipe, screen & Data logging in SCADA.

  • Graphics development.

  • Report generation.

  • Communicating with PLC, Microsoft access/excel.

  • Developing projects.

5. PLC & SCADA systems combine project development:-

  • Minimum 10 projects development.

6. Final Test


7. Certification for Post graduate program course in Automation Engineering.