Neha Khisty


Graduate Teaching Assistant

Houston, TX
Neha Khisty
Graduate Teaching Assistant – Texas A&M University
To seek an entry level opportunity in the field of Power Systems/Controls Systems Engineering utilizing my skills and
creativity towards the growth of organization.

Houston, TX 77054

Graduate Teaching Assistant Texas A&M University Kingsville, TX
August 2015 to Present
TA for the Computer Communication Networks course.
• Assisting faculty and other instructional staff in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering by performing
teaching or teaching related duties such as grading examinations and test papers, developing teaching materials and conducting the exams.

Graduate Trainee Engineer Crompton Greaves Limited Mumbai, Maharashtra
December 2013 to June 2014
Mumbai, India.
• Worked in Research and Development Lab of Quality Assurance Department in Transformer Division.
• Tested various components used in the manufacturing of power transformers (25KVA to 600MVA, 11kV to 765kV
class) and reactors (10MVAr to 125MVAr) including oil, CRGO, OFI, windings, bushings, Buchholz Relay etc and analyzed the results for further operation.
Oil: Dielectric strength (Breakdown Voltage) test, Tan-Delta test for receptivity of oil, Moisture content test.
CRGO: Watt-loss measurement of Cold Rolled Grain Oriented Steel, Stacking factor calculation, Resistivity
• Worked on SAP technology to manage the activity of materials from quality department to other departments
including Finance and Stores.

Intern Engineer Programmable Logic Control
June 2013 to July 2013
• Learnt software designed by Siemens in PLC
• Studied Ladder, Free Body Diagram and Statement Logic in PLC
• Observed how simulation is done using these programs in Industrial Automation and Control.

Engineering Trainee Maharashtra State Electricity Board
May 2012 to June 2012
132 KV Substation, India.
• Studied structure and functioning of electrical equipments including various types of Transformers, Circuit
Breakers, Relays, Generators, Bus bars, Isolators, Capacitor Banks, Power Line Carrier Communication (PLCC) and Lightning Arresters in 132 KV substation
• Learned various practices followed in a substation such as maintenance of equipment, methods of fault clearance,
testing and automated control of all the equipment, etc.
• Read and understood the single line diagram of 132KV substation.

Masters of Science Electrical Engineering Texas A&M University
Kingsville, TX
2014 to 2015

Bachelors of Science Electrical Government College of Engineering
Aurangabad, Maharashtra
July 2013

• PLC programming (Siemens), MATLAB, Simulink.
• Power System Tools: Power World Simulator, Labview, ETAP, SKM Tools
• Programming Languages: C, C++ (Object oriented programming), UNIX, SQL
• Office Tools: Microsoft Word-Excel-PowerPoint-Access
• Operating Systems: Windows, Linux

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