Instrumentation engineering is a branch of electrical and electronic engineering that is concerned with the study of engineering principles and procedures of computing instruments used in designing and assembling automated systems. The work of instrumentation engineers is critical in the industrial manufacturing sector as they are required to construct, design, and maintain instruments and systems of an industry and decide on the type of instruments needed for better quality and efficiency of the products. Instrumentation engineers need to possess creative skills, in addition to technical expertise. They should have the ability to write custom software applications as well as computer programs relating to the proposed objectives. They should also be familiar with operating elementary machinery systems and industrial tools. Owing to rapid industrial and economic growth, job opportunities in this sector are increasing every day.