After working at the Adani Power Plant in India, Suvasmita Srichandan enrolled in RMIT's Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering).
Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)
I want to contribute to society by reducing our dependence on conventional resources and developing better ways to tap environmentally friendly energy.
I studied electrical and electronics engineering as an undergraduate student in India. I love studying and applying what I learn, which is why I chose engineering over science.
Before studying at RMIT, I worked as a Senior Electrical Protection Engineer for three years, at the Adani Power Plant – India’s first supercritical power plant that produces 4620 MW of electricity.
RMIT is a renowned university that attracts global recognition. I was provided with support by my lecturers and introduced to a range of career options.
This program has given me a deeper understanding of how things work. The curriculum is designed so that RMIT students feel confident and ready to work in their chosen field.
I’m specialising in renewable energy resources because it’s the future. I hope to undertake a PhD as well.
In the future, I want to contribute to society by reducing our dependence on conventional resources and developing better ways to tap environmentally friendly energy.