Electrical Power System

The objective is to prepare students to undertake careers involving innovation and problem solving using computational techniques and technologies, or to undertake advanced studies for research careers or to take up Entrepreneurship. The course subjects comprise core courses and electives and also a mini and a major project. The course is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required by the modern computing industry. M.tech (EPS) is a highly recommended industry relevant programme in the field of Electrical Power Systems focusing on practical implementation of Electrical Power Systems concepts in real time applications

Prof. Shubhangini S. Kamble
PG Co-ordinator

Our Vision
  • To create a sound technical manpower having potentials in global level technology and intellectual competency with moral and social values.
Our Mission
  • To promote state of art technical infrastructure and a team of well qualified, expert faculties which will create sound technical manpower.
  • To create healthy environment in which students will excel their technological talents.
  • To make students able to use latest high Technology and to analyze the engineering needs and problems to get global level solutions.
  • To inculcate contributory ability in social needs and problems, moral bindings ethical practices, commitments, social responsibilities amongst the students.
Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the M.tech Electrical Power System (EPS) programme, students will be able to

  • An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems.
  • An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document.
  • Design advanced level power system, components, or processes to meet identified needs within economic, environmental and social constraints.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary issues in the area of power system engineering.
  • Use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for the design and development of power systems.
  • Electrical Engineering Lab
  • Electrical Machines Lab
  • Control System Lab
  • Applied Electronics Lab
  • Digital & Microprocessor Lab
  • L & T PESCOE Switchgear & Protection Lab
  • Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation Lab
  • Power Electronics and Electrical Drive Lab
  • Computer Lab
  • PG Lab
  • Network Analysis Lab
Recent Major Projects
  • Micro Controller based GSM Techniques
  • Protection Scheme for Transformer Automatic Power Factor Improvement
  • Analysis of Capacitor
  • Green House Controller
  • DC Energy Meter