Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering has gained significant importance in the past few years. The electronics and instrumentation engineers are taught about the designing aspect of analog and digital electronic devices. These devices are primarily used for measurement and control of parameters such as flow, pressure, temperature, and level, and the calibration of such instruments. The other type of instruments which students learn to make, include seismic sensors, blood glucose sensors, fire detectors, and ampere meters. A large number of these devices are used for increasing the productivity as well as the reliability.