More about the course
The course is covered in 4 semesters. The first three semesters focus on theory and lab practicals. The fourth semester is devoted towards project work, seminars and industry visits. The project report is to be submitted at the end of the course. The course draws its inputs from both electrical and energy engineering. It delves deeply into generation of power, conversion of AC into DC and vice versa and the aspects about 3 phase power. The course also covers topics on specialized power systems such as those used in aircrafts, ships and in the electrical rail networks. Along with generation of power through generators, the course delves on transmission and distribution too. The way electrical power is utilized by converting it into different forms of energy such as mechanical energy, heat, light, etc is also the focal point.
Plenty of opportunities open up after doing a postgraduate course in power systems engineering. From private to the public sector, a number of companies are in the business of power generation and distribution. Power equipment manufacturing companies like BHEL in the public sector and others in the private sector like multinational company General Electric are regular employers. PSUs like NTPC and Power Grid too employ professionals in large numbers. Professionals in this field are also in demand in the Gulf countries and in the western world. One can also get into a doctoral program either in the country or abroad.
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