M.Tech Electrical Engineering (with specialization in Power Systems)

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The field of electrical engineering is one of the most popular. It focuses on studying and using electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. M.Tech Electrical Engineering with a focus in Power Systems is a specific subject that includes theoretical and practical aspects of power systems, like dynamics, dependability, protection, security, power system analysis, operations, control, planning, and power system quality and transients. This includes both theoretical and practical aspects of power systems. In the course, you will be studying the core as well as the elective subjects of the Power system. This course is meant to teach people how to use microprocessors and microcontrollers, which are becoming more critical as the technology of the power system changes. In addition, the candidate will learn about the many different parts of the power system and how they work together to solve many global and national problems that arise from the power industry and its impact on our environment during the study. By getting this degree, you will be able to learn about several methods in great detail, which will help you get real-world experience. You can also pursue higher studies by pursuing a Doctoral or Fellowship degree.


Course Level: Post Graduate Duration: 2 years Mode: Full time Qualification/Marks: B.Tech. (Electrical Engineering or Electrical and Electronics Engineering or Instrumentation or Instrumentation and Control or Electronics and Instrumentation) or equivalent with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks. Entrance exam: GATE, LPUNEST, etc.


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