Protection Design Engineer


Last Updated: 22nd May 2017 (over 5 years ago)

Address
Saudi Arabia

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Masters

Languages
English, Urdu

Summary

My professional career spans eleven (11) years. I started my career as a Sub Divisional Officer in the project management group of an electric power transmission company. After my post graduation studies, I had been teaching in an engineering university at undergraduate level for almost an year as an Assistant Professor. Also worked in Electric Power Regulatory Authority Pakistan as an Assistant Director, understanding rules & regulation of electric power industry. At present I am working as a Protection Design Engineer for EHV Substation Design in Saudi Arabia.

Education

Chalmers University of Technology
M.Sc (Electrical Power Engineering)

   Sep 2004
— Jan 2006

Mehran University Of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan
B.E (Electrical Engineering)

   Mar 1999
— May 2003

Experience

DAR Engineering
Protection Design Engineer

   Mar 2009
— Current

Responsibilities included
Preparation of base design documents such as Signal lists, CT sizing calculation, Interlock Logic diagrams, Relaying and Metering One Line Diagram, Relay Setting Calculation
Review of Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) Design
Review of Relay and Control Panel Drawings / protection schemes
Review of material specifications/ technical offers with respect to project technical specification
Substation System Engineering i.e. interfacing between Control and protection panels, generation of cable schedule and termination charts
Respond to the site queries in line with the project technical specifications and standards.

National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA), Pakistan
Assistant Director

   Jun 2007
— Mar 2009

Responsibilities included
•To check applications for the grant of generation license in accordance to regulations of NEPRA act.
•To prepare working papers for the admission and consideration of generation license applications, assistance in devising new regulations pertaining to requirements for electric power generation companies and writing articles for various scenarios in the electric power sector of the country.
•To identify different issues before granting the licenses to electric power generation, transmission and distribution companies according to regulatory framework in Pakistan. The process demands thorough study of technical documents like feasibility studies, system studies, due diligence reports etc
•To prepare various reports describing state of electricity industry in the country.
•To provide information related to range of technical aspects of different power generation technologies.

NED University of Engineering & Technology
Assistant Professor

   May 2005
— Jun 2007

Responsibilities included
• Teaching “Electric Power Transmission” at undergraduate level.
• Teaching “Electrical Machines” at undergraduate level.
• Coordinating and advising the students in their academic matters.
• Has been reviewing curriculum for Power System Analysis, Power
Electronics and Generalized Machine Theory at Masters level.

National Transmission & Despatch Company, Pakistan
Sub Divisional Officer

   Feb 2004
— Aug 2008

Responsibilities included supervision of construction, extension and augmentation
of 132 kV grid stations.

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