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Training Programme -
Post Graduate Diploma in Process Instrumentation & Control, Process Instrumentation & Control

Eligibility :

Fresh/ Experienced - Diploma/ Degree in Instrumentation Engineering.

Automation is one of the fastest growing segments in the field of Process industries like Refinery, Chemical, Oil & Gas, Bottling Plants, Food Processing and many more. Instrumentation & control is the most important development in modern technology. The control system is adaptable, flexible and is universally applied with defined response time, service aids ands expand ability. It also brings co-ordination and co-operation between mechanical and electronic counter parts and performs tasks with the application of least physical efforts.


Key Points of Syllabus :

Introduction to:

  • InstrumentationEngineering and role of Instrumentation engineer
  • Industry overview andscope
  • Instrumentationfundamentals

Detailed study of:

  • Different types ofinstrument for pressure, temperature, flow, level, control valves etc.
  • Fire and gas system
  • Flow calculation andcontrol sizing
  • P& ID diagram
  • Interlocking Diagram
  • FAT procedure
  • Instrumentselection

Standards & codes for instrumentation

Instrument Procurement and Inspection

PLC programming ( Ladder Diagram) of shutdownlogic for emergency shutdown system

SCADA programming.

Detail design engineering: 

    Instrument Design basis, Document NumberingSystem, Instrument index, data sheets, specification sheets, hook up diagrams,loop diagrams, Junction box schedule, Cable schedule, Plot plan layout for -Instruments, junction boxes, cable trays, control room layout and PIB layout,Gas detector Location layout, Instrument Air Supply Distribution Details, Instrument Air manifolds location Layout, Earthing and grounding systems, DCSand PLC architecture, Instrument Point Database –DCS/ PLC,  Instrument andElectrical Interface.

Documentation & Technical bid evaluation

Site Visit will be arranged at industrialplant. 


  • Toprovide practical guide lines accepted in the Industry, Engineering informationand thumb rules for engineers, designers and operating people
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