M.Tech. Electrical Engineering (Control System Engineering)

School of Engineering & Technology

Control Systems has a wide range of applications ranging from day-to-day life to space exploration. In today's information age, many businesses are placing increasing demands on real time accessibility in order to improve business planning and decision making, and to access information that can demonstrate their economic and environmental performance. Rapid advancement in technologies also provides challenges as businesses need assurance that their control systems investments will deliver efficient operational performance of their plants and economic returns, with minimal risk of technological obsolescence. Hence control systems not only play important roles in plant operation, but also in reducing the cost of production while maintaining and/or enhancing safety. Therefore, it is extremely important that control and instrumentation systems are managed efficiently and economically. With the increasing use of digital technologies, new methods are needed to solve problems associated with various aspects of digital control systems.

Learning Perspective

The M. Tech. programme in Control Systems Engineering is intended to explore the above-mentioned challenges and also initiate research activities. This programme provides necessary theoretical background with a good blend of applied mathematics along with in depth coverage in analysis of various control systems. The power of the Control Systems Engineering discipline applies control theory to design systems with desired behaviours this course focuses on advanced regulating systems used in industry, such as optimal and robust control methodologies and devices and multivariable nonlinear control techniques.

Key Information

Duration

2 Years

Eligibility

B. Tech with min. 55%

Selection Procedure

Entrance Test + PI

Scholarship

As per University norms

Pedagogy

  • PPT
  • Smart Class
  • Green Board
  • Video Lecture

Programme Structure

  • Basic Control System
  • Systems Engineering
  • Digital Control Systems
  • Writing Skills & Presentation-I
  • Elective-I
    • Real Time Instrumentation Techniques
    • Advance Power Electronics
    • Linear System Theory
    • Robot Dynamics & Control
Practicals & Sessionals
  • Simulation Lab
  • Control Devices
  • Modern Control System
  • Non-Linear And Adaptive Control
  • Elective-II
    • Optimal And Robust Control
    • Multi-Variable Control System
    • Measurement System & Error Analysis
    • Power System Dynamics & Control
    • Writing Skills & Presentation-II
Practicals & Sessionals
  • Control System Lab
  • Control Systems Design
  • Elective-II
    • Intelligent Control
    • Digital Signal Processing
    • Microprocessor Based Control System
Practicals & Sessionals
  • Advance Control System Lab
  • Dissertation Part -I
Practicals & Sessionals
  • Dissertation Part–II

Career Prospects

  • All types of industries, including automobiles, food and beverages, pulp and paper, cement, mining, chemical, pharma, construction, infrastructure or even power generation and transmission, use Control System engineering and technology in small, medium or high levels, depending on the machinery or process. Hence, individuals gaining knowledge in basic or advanced levels of Control System will have access to a variety of job opportunities.
  • Control System is one of the few technical areas in the electrical/electronic-engineering field where the knowledge or skills available in India are seriously inadequate, and students, engineers and experts in these areas will be required by the industry in the immediate future.
  • There are several broad categories of firms that absorb Control System Engineers Companies in the consumer industry include Siemens, Cadburys, Times of India, Ford, TataIron & Steel, Ranbaxy, CEAT Tyres, etc.
  • Control and Automation is a rapidly expanding field and in a developing country like India, there are immense growth opportunities for an individual.

Applying for Admissions 2021

Electrical Engineering is a field of Engineering that deals with the study and applications of Electricity, Electronics, Electromagnetism and Energy. It has now diverged into a variety of domains, including Power Engineering, Control Systems, RF Engineering, Instrumentation, MEMS.

Technology is rapidly growing and with that, the role of electrical engineers becomes more important. They are the forefront of developing new technologies in different industries such as robotics, transportation, construction and healthcare. Electrical engineering is the blood of innovation.

Technology is rapidly growing and with that, the role of electrical engineers becomes more important. They are the forefront of developing new technologies in different industries such as robotics, transportation, construction and healthcare. Electrical engineering is the blood of innovation.

If you’re new to the Engineering and Technology industry, this is can be a good thing. The industry frequently needs a fresh mind set to help keep it going and to stay revolutionary. As a graduate, The chances of students of getting into electrical engineering are quite good if they’re creative and have lots of ideas and methods up their sleeve.

There’s a huge benefit to the large demand for Electrical Engineers - The need is worldwide. The students have plenty of opportunities to travel with such a versatile qualification. A lot of electrical engineering jobs would allow them to work in various places a few times in a year too.

There’s a good element of job security in the world of electrical engineering. The industry might have a demand for fresh thinking, but there’s an equal demand for experience and skills that only the students would be able to acquire on the job.

With a degree in Electrical and Electronic engineering you can find work in a wide range of sectors including aerospace, automotive, energy, IT and telecommunications. Job options

Jobs directly related to your degree include:

  • Acoustic consultant
  • Aerospace engineer
  • Broadcast engineer
  • CAD technician
  • Control and instrumentation engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer
  • IT consultant
  • Network Engineer
  • Nuclear Engineer
  • Sound Engineer
  • Special effects technician
  • Systems analyst

Jobs where your degree would be useful include:

  • Clinical Technologist
  • Fire risk assessor
  • Land-based engineer
  • Machine learning engineer
  • Management consultant
  • Multimedia programmer
  • Project manager
  • Technical Author
  • Technical sales Engineer

Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.

An overall employment of electrical and electronics engineers is projected to grow 7 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations.

Engineering is a wide & extensive field that offers lots of exciting career opportunities where you'll get to be creative, solve problems and explore how things work every day. Some of the reasons to follow a career in Engineering include:

Employability – Engineers are constantly in high demand, so you’ll enjoy fantastic graduate employment prospects. Some areas are in more demand than others, such as aerospace, electronics, nuclear and industrial. Even if you choose not to pursue an engineering career, with the skills learnt and developed from studying an engineering degree, you’ll be sought after by a variety of employers and industries.

International opportunities - As an engineer you could get the opportunity to explore the world, working on sites, mines and helping to develop city infrastructures. With hard-work and experience, you could eventually go on to work for some of the biggest international companies.Ford, BP and Airbus are some of the top global graduate employers looking for talented engineers.

Improve the world – You will be using your skills and expertise to contribute to the society. You will be solving everyday problems and challenges to help improve our way of life, whether that is through a new piece of technology or construction of a bridge.

Highlights of the Programme:

  • The learning is not just limited to the core areas like Electrical Engineering, Power Engineering, and Instrumentation; preferably, it extends to professional aspects of Entrepreneurship, including Economics, Project Organization, and Management.
  • Industrial Training with the latest industry-standard is regularly provided to the students. In addition, practical training in the form of Projects/Model making in various fields forms a crucial component of learning at Jaipur National University, Jaipur.
  • The department has valuable software tools like PSPICE, MATLAB, HOMER, MATPOWER , LABVIEW.

Yes, following are the cutting edge laboratories available in Department

  • Network Synthesis Lab
  • Electrical Measurement Lab
  • Electrical Machine Lab
  • Power Electronics Lab
  • Control System Lab
  • Analog Electronics Circuit Lab
  • High Voltage Lab
  • MATLAB/Simulation Lab
  • Switchgear & Protection Lab
  • Project Lab

Choice based credit system. (Semester wise pattern)

Yes, all the faculty are highly qualified and experienced in their respective field.

Yes, class wise teacher is allotted as mentor to advise students under Mentor Mentee Program

Yes, Department of Electrical Engineering is having Strong Alumni Links and Support for better placements opportunities; Alumni speaker sessions, industrial tours and trainings etc. are special features of our department.

NO. Anyone can take direct admission on the basis of JNU entrance exam

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