Eligibility and Course
Students who have science stream (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) in class 12th are eligible for this course.
How to become a Power Engineer?
One can take up B Tech Electrical Engineering (Power) offered by IITs or B Tech Power Engineering (Electrical) to become a power engineer.
Course Structure of B Tech Power engineering offered by NPTI Delhi
Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, manufacturing process, Intro to computers and CAD, Communication skills etc.
Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Intro to programming, engineering mechanics, Electrical Science, Communication Skills
Year 1 is common to all engineering branches and after that students study Power generation engineering, Steam generator and Its Auxillaries, Steam Turbines, Power plant electrical machines, Power systems, refrigeration and airconditioning, electrical and electronics measurements and instrumentation, machine Design, engineering electro magnetics, IC Engines and gas Dynamics. Power distribution and utilization, communication engineering, power system analysis and stability etc.
Top colleges offering power engineering
Related courses are offered by some reputed engineering colleges in India, some of them are
NPTI National Power Training institute, Delhi
College of Agricultural engineering and Technology, Ludhiana
GMR Institute of Technology, Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh.
West Bengal university of Technology, Kolkata
Women’s Institute of Technology, Darbhanga Bihar.