CURRICULUM OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
TOTAL SEMESTERS: 04
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 30
A total of eight (08) courses, three (03) Credit Hours each, would be taught in the Master’s program including four (04) compulsory core courses and four (04) elective courses.
Furthermore, an Industrial Project / Thesis of six (06) Credit Hours would also be submitted by the student for successful completion of the academic program.
Sr. No.  Course Code  CORE COURSES  CREDIT HOURS 
1  MSET501  SCIENTIFIC WRITING & RESEARCH METHODOLOGY  3 (30) 
2  MSET502  OPTIMIZATION THEORY  3 (30) 
3  MSET503  INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT  3 (30) 
4  MSET504  MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR TECHNOLOGISTS  3 (30) 
Sr. No.  Course Code  ELECTIVE COURSES  CREDIT HOURS 
1  MSET505  POWER SYSTEM PLANNING  3 (30) 
2  MSET506  RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS  3 (30) 
3  MSET507  ADVANCED POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS  3 (30) 
4  MSET508  SMART GRID  3 (30) 
5  MSET509  ADVANCED LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEM  3 (30) 
6  MSET510  DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEM 
3 (30) 
7  MSET511  OPTICAL COMMUNICATION 
3 (30) 
8  MSET512  WIRELESS & MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS 
3 (30) 
9  MSET513  TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS MANAGEMENT 
3(30) 
10  MSET514  ELETRONIC SYSTEM DESIGN 
3 (30) 
11  MSET515  VLSI DESIGN 
3 (30) 
Eligibility Criteria:
COURSE OUTLINES FOR CORE COURSES
SCIENTIFC WRITING & RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (MSET501) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Difference between Research & NonResearch, Objectives of Research, Grouping of Research, Motivation in Research, Basic Types of Research, Generating Theories – Models, identifying problems and solutions, Scientific Methods, 7 Special Features of Scientific Method, Research Process, Defining a research problem and selecting the Problem, Research Design, Features of a Good Design, Factors Affecting the Choice of Design, Elements of Research Design, Sampling Design, Stages in the Selection of a Sample, Characteristics of a Good Sample Design, Different Types of Sample Designs, Writing a Research Paper, The Process of Writing a Research Paper, Essential Parts of a Scientific paper, Plagiarism & Types of plagiarism, Adding Ethics to Engineering Education, ABET Code of Ethics, NSPE Code of Ethics, IEEE Code of Ethics, Nine Basic Steps to Personal Ethical Decision Making, Core Concepts in Engineering Ethics 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Girden, Ellen R., and Robert Kabacoff, eds. Evaluating research articles from start to finish. Sage, 2010. 
OPTMIZATION THEORY (MSET502) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Optimization theory & problems, unconstrained nonlinear problems, linear equality constrained problems , Linear inequality constrained problems, nonlinear equality constrained problems, nonlinear inequality constrained problems, methods; line search methods, trustregion methods, Newton’s methods, linear and nonlinear conjugate gradient methods, simplex method, Penalty function methods, barrier function methods, augmented Lagrangian methods, Sequential linearly constrained methods, Convex optimization and related problems, Sequential quadratic programming methods

RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Fletcher, R., Practical methods of optimization. John Wiley & Sons, 2013. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT (MSET503) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Introduction to Marketing, Consumer Behavior, SegmentationTargetingPosition, Promotion and Place, Digital Marketing, Introduction to Markets, Profits and Prices, Marginal Cost, Economies of Scale, Marginal Revenue and Demand, Demand Elasticity and Profit Maximization, Game Theory and its Applications, Morality and Market failure, Organizational StructureBureaucracy and Rationality, The Scientific ManagementTradition and Fordism, The Human relations TraditionWork Psychology, Job Redesign and Team working, HRM Policies and Practices, Management Accounting and The Planning and Control Process, Cost Behavior and BreakEven Analysis, Direct and Indirect Costs, Budgeting Concepts, Variance Analysis 
RECOMMENDED TEXT 
Jobber. D & J. Fahy, The Foundations of Marketing, 3^{rd} Ed., McGraw Hill, 2012 
MATHEMETICAL METHODS FOR TECHNOLOGISTS (MSET504) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Laplace Transform: Linearity, First Shifting Theorem(sshifting), Unit step FunctionSecond shifting Theorem(tshifting), Derivative of Transforms, Inverse Laplace Transforms, Solution of ODEs using by Laplace Transforms, Fourier series, Even and Odd function Fourier transform, Fourier sine/ cosine Transform.
Matrices & its Algebra, System of equations its solution and reallife applications, Gauss Elimination, Rank of a matrix, Cramer’s Rule, GaussJordan Elimination, Determination of Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors, Finding root of a function using Bisection Method, Newton Raphson, Regula Falsi Method Interpolation: Gregory Newton Forward/Backward interpolation techniques, Missing value from the table and higher operators’ problems. Interpolation techniques for equally/ nonequally spaced data. 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Erwin Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 10^{th} Edition, 2009. 
COURSE OUTLINES FOR ELECTIVE COURSES
POWER SYSTEM PLANNING (MSET505) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Power system planning, Stages in planning and design, Transition from planning to operation, Generating System capability Planning, Probabilistic models of generating units, Growth rate, Rate of generation capacity, Outage performance and system evaluation of loss of load and loss of energy indices, Power supply availability assessment. Interconnected Systems: Multi area reliability analysis, Power pool operation and power exchange energy contracts, Quantification of economic and reliability benefits of pool operation, Demand/ Energy forecasting: Electricity consumption pattern, Operation and maintenance costs of candidate units of different types, Peak demand and energy forecasting by trend and economic projection methods, Power System expansion planning: Formulation of least cost optimization problem involving capital, Design of Distribution Systems: Introduction, Optimal conductor selection, Capacitor placement, Reconfiguration, Substation planning, Case study of state of art industrial power plants. 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Pabla, Amarjit Singh. Electric power distribution. Tata McGrawHill Education, 2012. 
RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEM (MSET506) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Energy Sources and Environmental Effects, Electrical Fundamentals, Solar Photovoltaics, Solar Power Systems – Electrical, Solar Power Systems, Thermal, Solar Tracking, Detailed design project using commercial design methods and tools, Charge Controllers, Inverters, Wind Power Fundamentals, Wind Power Systems, Wind Turbine Control, Biomass Technologies, Geothermal Power Generation, Hydropower, Fuel Cells, Second class project based on technology to be selected, Generators, Connecting to The Grid 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Twidell, John. Renewable energy resources. Routledge, 2021. 
ADVANCED POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (MSET507) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
The Admittance Model and Network Calculations: Branch and Node admittances; Mutually coupled Branches in Ybus; Equivalent Admittance Network; Modification of Ybus; Impedance matrix and Ybus; the method of successive elimination; Node Elimination (Kron Reduction); Triangular Factorization. The Impedance Model and Network Calculations: The bus, admittance and impedance Matrices; Thevenin’s Theorem and Zbus; Modification of an existing Zbus; Direct determination of Zbus; Calculation of Zbus elements from Ybus; Power Invariant Transformations; Mutually coupled branches in Zbus. Symmetrical Faults: Transients in RL circuits; internal voltages of loaded machines. Under fault conditions; fault calculations using Zbus; Equivalent circuits; Selection of circuit breakers. Symmetrical Components and Sequence Networks: Synthesis of unsymmetrical phasors; symmetrical components of unsymmetrical phasors; networks of a symmetrical Transmission line; sequence Networks of the synchronous Machines; Sequence Networks of Yimpedances; sequence networks; positive, negative and zero sequence networks; Unsymmetrical Faults: Unsymmetrical faults on power systems; single linetoground faults; linetoline faults. Double linetoground faults; Demonstration problems; open conductor faults. 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Weedy, Birron Mathew, Brian John Cory, Nick Jenkins, Janaka B. Ekanayake, and Goran Strbac. Electric power systems. John Wiley & Sons, 2012. 
SMART GRID (MSET508) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Introduction of smart grid technologies, transformational impacts of the smart grid on the industry. Fundamentals of the smart grid and its architectures, integration of renewable energy. Load and demand side management. Smart grid communication; measurement and control. Microgrids, system reliability. Ancillary services 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Keyhani, Ali. Design of smart power grid renewable energy systems. John Wiley & Sons, 2016. 
ADVANCED LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEM (MSET509) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Introduction to State Space, State Space Representation, State Space RepresentationControllable Canonical Form, Extended Controllable Canonical Form, Observable Canonical Form, Diagonal Canonical Form, Jordan Canonical Form, Numerical Examples on StateSpace Modeling, Modeling of Mechanical System in StateSpace, Modeling of DC Servo Motor, Determination of Transfer Function from StateSpace Model, Concept of EigenValues and EigenVectors, Lyapunov Stability Analysis (Sylvester’s Criterion), Lyapunov Stability Analysis (Stability Criterion), Lyapunov Stability Analysis (Direct Method), Concept of Diagonalization, Solution of LTI State Equation, Solution of LTI State Equation (Forced System), Steady State Error for State Space System, Sate Transition Matrix, Controllability in StateSpace, Observability in StateSpace, Canonical Decomposition, Conditions in Jordan Form Equations, Compensator EquationsClassical Method, State FeedbackSolving the Lyapunov Equation, PolePlacement by State Feedback, Regulation and Tracking 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
ChiTsong Chen, Linear System Theory and Design, 4^{th} Ed., Oxford University Press, 2014 
DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEM (MSET510) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Discrete Time System Representation Mathematical Modeling of Sampling Process, Data Reconstruction, ZTransform, Mapping of splane to zplane, Pulse Transfer Function of closed loop system, Sampled Signal Flow Graph, Jury Stability Test, Stability Analysis using BiLinear Transformation, Transient and SteadyState Responses of a prototype Second Order System, Introduction to State Variable Model, Various Canonical Forms, Characteristic Equation, State Transition Matrix, Solution to Discrete State Equation, Controllability and Observability, Stability, Lyapunov Stability Theorem, Pole Placement by State Feedback, Set Point Tracking Controller, Full Order Observer

RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
B. C. Kuo, Digital Control Systems, 2^{nd} Ed., Oxford University Press, 2007 
OPTICAL COMMUNICATION (MSET511) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Scope of Photonics, Evolution of fiber optic systems, Operating range of 4 key components in the 3 different optical windows, Major elements of typical photonic communication link – Basic Communication & Digital Data Concepts, Concept of Wavelength Division Multiplexing, SONET & SDH Standards, Quantum nature of light, Wave guiding, Propagation Modes – Losses & Dispersion in Optical Fibers – Fiber Materials & Fabrication Procedures – Single Mode Fiber, Multimode and Specialty Fibers, Basic Concepts, Direct and Indirect Materials, Quantum Efficiency, Spectrum and powercurrent curves, Modulation Response – The 2 types of LEDs – Semiconductor LASERs, Important parameters, types and requirements – Common Photodetectors, Photodiodes characteristics and responsivity, 3 Sections of the Receiver – Noise in Photodetectors, Quantum Limit, Power Penalty, Receiver performance, Launching optical power into a fiber, Coupling Efficiency, Lensing schemes – FibertoFiber coupling, Mechanical Misalignment Losses, Fiber Splicing and connectors, Connector Return Loss, Basic Concepts, Applications, Gain Saturation, Types of Optical Amplifiers, SOA, Various configurations of SOA, Raman Amplifier – EDFA Amplifier Noise, TwoStage EDFA Design, Gain Flattening, Hybrid EDFA at 1.55um, EDFA Gain Transient, CBand vs LBand, Parallel Type EDFA, OSI & Layer Model, Types of Networks, The Optical Layer, Optical Cross Connects, Passive Optical Network (PON) Topologies, Elements of a Network, AddDrop BusCoupler Losses – Synchronous Optical Networks, SONET Add Drop Multiplexers, SONET/SDH Rings, Generic SONET network, WDM Networks

RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Agrawal, Govind P. Fiberoptic communication systems. Vol. 222. John Wiley & Sons, 2012. 
WIRELESS & MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS (MSET512) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
The topics to be covered include: channel characterization and modelling (i.e., basic properties of multipath wireless channels and their modelling), communication concepts and techniques (i.e., pointtopoint communication techniques that increase reliability, by exploiting time, frequency and spatial diversity), application of these concepts in a system context (i.e., cellular system design via a case study of three systems GSM, CDMA and OFDMA with special focus on multiple access and interference management issues) and key auxiliary concept of estimation and detection in an AWGN channel 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Tse, David, and Pramod Viswanath. Fundamentals of wireless communication. Cambridge university press, 2005. 
TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS MANAGEMENT
(MSET513) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Basics of network management, alternative architectures, evaluation techniques, Fault and configuration Management, APIs in telecom, Network management system components, Introduction to FCAPS, TMN (Telecom Management Network) model and Logical Layer Architecture, Network Management Protocols: SNMP and CMIP management protocols, ISO network management applications: fault management, performance management, configuration management, security management, and accounting management, Practical experience of developing network and distributed systems management tools using the SNMP++ and Advent Net wrappers 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Eugenio Iannone, Telecommunication Networks, CRC Press, 2017 
ELECTRONIC SYSTEM DESIGN (MSET514) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Bipolar Junction Transistors, Basic BJT concepts and circuit models, BJT Amplifiers (bias circuits, smallsignal and largesignal equivalent circuits), BJT Common Emitter and Common Collector amplifiers, Cascaded BJT amplifiers, Opamp characteristics, closed loop and open loop gains, Schmitt trigger, steady state sinusoidal analysis, complex numbers, phasors, impedances, complex power, opamp Filters: transfer functions, Bode Plots, first order active filters (lowpass and high pass), Digital Electronics, Different logic families, TTL, Emitter Coupled Logic, NMOS, PMOS, CMOS, Analog to Digital Converters (ADC), Digital to Analog Converters (DAC), 555 Timer, Instrumentation Amplifiers 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Sedra, Adel S., Kenneth Carless Smith, Tony Chan Carusone, and Vincent Gaudet. Microelectronic circuits. Vol. 4. New York: Oxford university press, 2004. 
VLSI DESIGN (MSET515) 
COURSE OUTLINE 
Introduction to VLSI Systems, CMOS logic, fabrication and layout, MOS Transistor theory, Layout Design Rules, static and dynamic logic structures, interconnect analysis, CMOS chip layout, Circuit characterization and performance estimation, Circuit Simulation, Combinational and sequential circuit design, Memory system design, Design methodology and tools, VLSI architecture. 
RECOMMENDED TEXTS 
Weste, Neil HE, and David Harris. CMOS VLSI design: a circuits and systems perspective. Pearson Education, 2015. 