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Power Plant Electrical

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
January 01, 2018

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Sudhakar M

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

#*, **** ***** ***********, *.T.Nagar post, Bengaluru-560032 Ph no: +91 720******* email: Objective

Willing to work in an environment where my quick learning and socializing skills can be utilized for continuous improvement and success of the organization. Education

Sl. no Qualification Year of passing School/College Aggregate 1. B.E (EEE) 2016 Sir M.Visveswaraya Institute of

Technology, Bangalore


2. PUC (12th) 2012 Seshadripuram Pre-University

College, Yelahanka, Bangalore


3. SSLC (10th) 2010 Vyalikaval Education Society

School, Bangalore



GRADUATE APPRENTICE TRAINEE ISRO/ISTRAC DEC 2016 – DEC 2017 Assisted the Deputy Manager (Electrical) for Electrical routine works at Spacecraft Control Centre

(SCC) for day to day operation work. SCC being one of the important ground stations of the ISTRAC facility, electrical equipments at SCC and other ground stations has to be monitored for internal and external faults and rectify those for the smooth operation during launch activities. I Co-Ordinated with all AMC agencies of UPS, DG for scheduled maintenance and during launch time. My role in ISRO is as follows-

Carrying out feasibility studies for new technical developments like SCADA.

Drawing up project plans and SLD’s for new Antenna buildings using AutoCAD.

Estimating costs of the electrical works and project effectiveness .

Coordinating the work of technicians and craftsmen . Skills & Abilities


Good knowledge of printed circuit boards and electrical devices.

Knowledge Electrical Power transmission, Electromagnetic Compatibility and Control systems.

Good knowledge in design principles involved in production of electrical machine. COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE

C (basics), Python(basics), Microsoft Office, Matlab, PSPICE & AutoCAD. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Completed a certified course in ASTROBIOLOGY & ASTROCHEMISTRY from M.P.Birla Institute of Fundamental Research.

Attended Workshop on Matlab (Control systems Modeling) and PSPICE(Power electronics Modeling).


Automatic Waste Segregation – This model is designed to sort the objects into metallic waste, wet waste and dry waste. The AWS employs parallel resonant impedance sensing mechanism to identify metallic items, and capacitive sensors to distinguish between wet and dry waste. Waste is pushed through a conveyor belt to the proposed system. Waste then passes onto the metal detection system. This system is used to detect metallic waste. After this the object passes into the capacitive sensing module. This module distinguishes between wet and dry waste. After the identification of waste, a circular base which holds containers for dry, wet and metallic waste is placed next to the open spacing. The semi rotating flap is moved once the waste corresponding to the type of garbage is detected. The waste falls into the container and the flap is back to its position. The waste in the containers now can be collected separately and sent for further processing. The object slides through the inductance coil which is used to sense any metal object. If the object is metallic a change in parallel resonant impedance of the metal detection system is observed. If the object is non-metal the object continues and passes into the capacitive sensing module. Here, a decision is made if the waste is wet or dry based on its relative permittivity. A paper was also presented on it, at a National level conference in Siddhartha Institute of Technology, Tumakur.


Internship at Karnataka Power Corporation Limited – Study on Photo Voltaic circuit designing for 3MW solar power plant at Kolar. Prepared a report on the performance of the Yalesandra photovoltaic solar power plant in Kolar during 2015. The overall area occupied by photovoltaic modules is 10.3 acres. The plant has 3 segments with each segment having an installed capacity of 1 MWp. Each segment has 4 inverters with a capacity of 250 kW each. There are 13,368 modules (557 arrays with 24 modules per array) that contain mono-crystalline Silicon solar cells. The solar photovoltaic modules are connected such that a voltage of 415 volts is generated at the output of each inverter. This is stepped up to 11 kV by a step-up transformer and connected to the existing 11 kV grid. The total electrical energy generated by the Yaleasandra plant during 2015 was 3.34 million kWh and 3.30 million units were sold to the grid. Although the performance of the photovoltaic modules was good, there were teething troubles associated with the inverters, which was the main reason for reduced energy generation. The impact of temperature variation of modules on their performance was studied.

Internship at Rail Wheel factory, Yelahanka –Prepared a report that basically explains the various industrial processes involved in the manufacturing of Railway Wheels and Axles. To ensure smooth operation of any industry and optimum production the electric power reliability plays an important role. Hence the report also describes the various ways in which the reliability of electricity is maintained in the industry in spite of external disturbances. Apart from that, in the current era every mechanical process involves complex electrical and electronic devices which are programmed to function automatically. A few of such unique technologies in the field of electrical engineering adopted in RWF to improve the rate of production have also been described in the report. Personal details

Date of birth: 02-October-1993

Gender: Male

Marital status: Unmarried

Languages Known: Tamil, Hindi, English, Kannada

Hobbies: Playing Cricket, Music, Photography.

Father’s name & occupation: Shri Murthy.M, Tile Labor References

Shri.Joseph.T (Sci/Eng SF)

Manager – Electrical

Construction & Maintenance Group-ISTRAC/ISRO

PH: 08028094186

Declaration: I hereby declare that information above is true to my knowledge Date: December 12, 2017

Place: Bengaluru


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