Position: Instrumentation Engineer
CTC: up to 3.5 lac
Instrumentation engineers must hold at least a bachelor's degree in engineering, engineering technology, or a math-related field. Though the exact discipline varies depending upon the industry in which you plan to work, most instrumentation engineers hold a degree in electrical, mechanical, or computer engineering. Graduate-level degrees are preferred by many employers and may even be required for some advanced positions.
All engineers must have a strong aptitude for math and physics. Instrumentation engineers must also possess strong communication skills, including the ability to translate project needs into the design and development of hardware suitable for the task. Excellent problem solving skills and an ability to think outside the box are essential, since many instrumentation engineers find themselves called upon to solve uniquely challenging problems.