M. Tech, Power System Engineering
Introduction of Course
Prakasam Engineering College offers 2 year full time Master of Technology degree course in Power Systems,
which is approved by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) ), Delhi and affiliated to JNTU
Power is attracting crucial concern globally. This course provides an advanced training in electrical
power systems covering the theoretical, practical and management aspects of generation, transmission and
utilization of power.
Future Career Prospect of Power System for Students
- Modern power systems are gaining increasing importance due to the crucial necessity of the energy
sector as well as the rapid advances in power electronics and power management with the aid of
advancements in electronics and computer technologies.
- This course deals with the state of the art techniques in power system analysis, stability, planning,
reliability and forecasting.
- The course provides an insight into the sophisticated methods of power system operation and control
- The graduates can pursue their research in the field of power quality, power system planning, power
system reliability and application of power electronics to power systems.
Highlights about Master of Technology in Power Systems
- A wide range of elective subjects in power electronics and energy conversion technologies.
- The curriculum based on a credit scheme is updated periodically to reflect changes in the energy
management auditing and lighting profession in consultation with experts from industries and renowned
academic institutions. Some innovative practices are included in the curriculum like practice school,
mini projects associated with lab and theory courses, continuous evaluation, relative grading, etc.
- The department has links with industry and a well-connected alumni network. Facilities include well
equipped laboratories, including Integrated Electronics Lab, Power Electronics & Drives Lab (UG & PG),
Electrical Machinery Lab, Circuits and Measurements Lab, Microprocessors and Embedded Systems Lab,
Lighting Simulation & Measurements Lab (PG) and Departmental Library.
- Regular visits to organizations and power stations.
- Guest lectures by industrial experts.
- Students are encouraged to present and publish their project work in reputed national / international
- be able to work on small, well-defined projects with particular goals to provide real time solutions
pertaining to power electronics