The restructuring and deregulation of electric utilities together with recent progress in new and renewable energy technologies introduce unprecedented challenges and wide scope for power and energy systems research and open up new opportunities to young Power Engineers. Conventional Power system is redefined and power electronic components are incorporated along with the existing system. This includes flexible ac transmission, HVDC links embedded in the conventional ac transmission networks etc. Further, use of renewable energy such as solar and wind power, coupled with higher efficiency and conservation, will be the key factors to a sustainable world for future generations. 

M. Tech. program in Power and Energy Engineering is intended to explore the above mentioned challenges and also initiate research activities. This program provides necessary theoretical background with a good blend of applied mathematics along with in depth coverage in analysis of power and energy systems. The core courses include sustainable, economic, efficient and reliable energy conversion, generation, transmission, distribution, storage and utilization of electric energy, including application of power electronics in power system operation and control.

EligibiltyB.E./B.Tech in Electrical & Electronics Engineering with minimum 60% marks.

Duration of the Course: Two years


  • Bhorukha Power Corporation Ltd
  • Solar Mango
  • PRDC Ltd Bangalore


  • C-DAC Trivandrum
  • Infineon Technologies
  • GE (Oil & Gas)


  • IBM India Ltd.
  • Garuda Vayu Shakthi Ltd
  • Tavant Technologies (I) Pvt. Ltd.



Semester I

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Applications in Power Systems
  • Power Quality
  • New and Renewable Sources of Energy
  • Elective I
  • Seminar I
  • Power Systems and Power Electronics Laboratory
  • Cultural Education*



Semester II

  • Advanced Control Systems
  • Basic Energy Dynamics
  • Power Electronic Converters
  • Elective II
  • Elective III
  • Seminar II


Semester III

  • Energy Conservation and Management
  • High Voltage Power Transmission
  • Elective IV
  • Elective V
  • Minor Project

Semester IV

  • Dissertation


Elective I

  • Digital Control Systems
  • Restructured Power Systems
  • Embedded Systems
  • Electrical Drives and Control

Elective II

  • Operation and Control of Power Systems
  • Optimization Techniques
  • Applied Numerical Methods
  • Soft Computing Techniques

Elective III

  • Wind Energy Conversion Systems
  • Direct Energy Conversion
  • Energy Systems Modeling and Analysis
  • Nuclear Energy

Elective IV

  • Energy Planning and Reliability
  • Advanced Protective Relaying
  • Transient Analysis in Power Systems
  • Power System Stability

Elective IV

  • Solar Energy Utilization
  • Materials and Devices for Energy Systems
  • Nanotechnology
  • Cryogenic Engineering


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