Arbind Kumar Mishra is a senior engineer and university administrator with extensive experience in energy policy reforms. He graduated from A.M.U., Aligarh, India with first class honors in B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and
obtained his Master of Engineering degree in electrical power system from the University of Roorkee, India (presently IIT, Roorkee), ranked first in class. Dr. Mishra completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan, and has been a post-doctoral fellow at UPV, Valencia, Spain.
Dr. Mishra began his academic career as a faculty member of Nepal’s most popular engineering institute, IOE (Pulchowk), of Tribhuvan University (TU) in 1997. In addition to teaching and research, he held key academic and managerial responsibilities, as chairman of the electrical engineering subject committee, faculty board member, and founder coordinator of M.Sc. (Power system) program. He also served as the Chief of the IOE (Pulchowk) central campus, and as a standing committee member of the central executive and implementation committees of TU’s Institute of Engineering. Beyond TU, he has been a member of the electrical engineering subject committees for Kathmandu University, Pokhara University and Purwanchal University.
Dr. Mishra has worked as a senior consultant in electrical engineering in Nepal and has served in several technical committees of the Nepal Electricity Authority. He was also the advisor for National Association of Community Electricity UsersNepal. He is an international resource person for utilities engineers in the field of electrical transmission and distribution planning including protection coordination and renewable energy technologies.
Dr. Mishra is widely published in renowned journals in the field of electrical engineering, including IEEE, IET, IEE Japan, among others. He has received several medals and notes of commendation for his contributions in the field of electrical engineering and engineering education.
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