Control System has wide range of applications starting 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 system 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.

M. Tech. program in Control System 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 various control systems. The power of the Control Systems Engineering discipline applies control theory to design systems with desired behaviors this course focuses on advanced regulating systems used in industry, such as optimal and robust control methodologies and devices and multi-variable non-linear control techniques.

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility:

B.Tech with Min 55%(EE/EEE/ECE/EI/Applied Electronics/Energy) .

Selection Procedure:

Entrance Test and Interview

Syllabus

Programme Outcome
  • I Semester

    Basic Control System
    Systems Engineering
    Digital Control Systems
    Elective - I
    Real-Time Instrumentation Techniques
    Advance Power Electronics
    Robot Dynamics & Control
    Writing Skills & Presentation-I
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Simulation Lab
  • II Semester

    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
  • III Semester

    Control Systems Design
    Elective-III
    Drives and Control
    Intelligent Control
    Digital Signal Processing
    Microprocessor Based Control System
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Advance Control System Lab
    Dissertation Part-I
  • IV Semester

    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.