M.E. in Power Systems offers electives for the candidates to improve the knowledge of emerging machines, techniques to optimize the designs and areas of power system applications.
Process control engineering is very important for the functioning of automated technical processes and systems. Processes are used to transform basic raw materials into finished products or goods.
The program curriculum qualifies candidates through theory and lab practice along with entrusting projects which help them gain practical knowledge of transmitting power engineering, power systems and maintaining power stability. The course is a comprehensive study to disseminate the principles and concepts of power generation, transmission, distribution and electrical system operations. Candidates imbibe skills of leadership turning proficient in problem-solving earning expertise in solving power & utility-related issues to bring a balance of supply.
A total of 24 students
After completion of the course of post-graduation in Computer Engineering many new horizons can be explored.
The scope involves: