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Syed Shakeel Ahmed

H.NO: 18-7-198/36/1,
Aman Nagar ‘B’, Talab Katta, Contact: +919052658178
Hyderabad-500002 E-mail:

Career Objective:

A job position related with my field of experience, which can be used as an opportunity
for learning and growth in a respective organization where my comprehensive knowledge
and experience will enhance the productivity and effectiveness of the organization.

Professional Experience:

Organization: M/s Thermosystems Pvt. Ltd.

Designation: Electrical Design Engineer.

Duration: From May 2009 to present.

Roles and Responsibilities:

Post order detailed engineering of Electrical Projects (Mostly for Sub-Stations & Oil
refineries) which includes
• Design and Review Electrical Heat tracing circuits for process Pipelines and
• Design and Review of Power Distribution and Cable routing.
• Design and Review of Control Panel, No of circuits and Switchgear rating for
Load distribution.
• Preparation, Review & Submission of Post Order documents like Cable Schedule,
EHT layout, Control Panel drawings, Equipments data sheet and Bill of Material
for Customer Approval.
• Preparation of indents for the material required for the project & issuing it to the
purchase department for procurement.
• Issuing drawings and documents to Project department after getting approval from
the Customer.
• Visiting sites to assist the site personnel for precise implementation of the design,
if need arises.
Projects Designed & Implemented:

• MSQ Upgradation for Indian Oil Corporation, Barauni Refinery, Bihar.

Customer: M/s ABB Ltd., Bangalore.
End User: M/s Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

• Installation, Testing & Commissioning of Electrical Heat tracing system for

Hydrogen Generation Unit for IOCL, Bongaigaon, Assam.
Customer: M/s Stewards & Lloyds of India Ltd.
End User: M/s Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

• Electrical Heat Tracing for BS Storage Tanks for LOBS quality upgradation
project of M/s Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, Mumbai Refinery.
Customer: M/s Jacobs Engg India Pvt Ltd.
End User: M/s Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.

• Heat tracing of FCCU-II Revamp, for HPCL Vishakha Refinery (Vishakapatnam)

which involved installation of around 5000 meters of tracer.
Customer: M/s HPCL, Vizag.
Consultant: Engineers India Ltd., Chennai.

Current Projects:

• Electrical Heat tracing work for Guru Gobind Singh Refinery, Bhatinda, Punjab.
Customer: Larson & Tourbo Ltd., Mumbai.
Consultant: Engineers India Ltd.
End User: HPCL Mittal Energy, Guru Gobind Singh Refinery, Bhatinda.

• Electrical Heat tracing works for BHEL Hyderabad’s four projects at GSPC-
Pipavav, PPCL-Bawana, ONGC-Tripura & Hazira.

Educational Qualification:

• Bachelor of Technology in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from Moghal

College of Engg and Tech, passed in May 2009. Percentile score = 68.08%

• Intermediate from Gowtham Junior college, passed in the year 2005. Percentile

• SSC from Angels convent high school, passed in the year 2003. Percentile
Soft Skills :

• Programs : MS Office including MS Project.

• Operating systems : Windows.
• Design package : AutoCAD.

Personal Attributes:

• Hard working & punctual.

• Adaptable to new environment.
• Confident, self starter, motivated, results oriented, ambitious, energetic, quick
learner, responsible, flexible, team player, persistent and aggressive.
• Honest and reliable.

Personal Profile:

• Name : Syed Shakeel Ahmed

• Father’s Name: Syed Khaleel Ahmed

• Sex: Male

• D.O.B: 25-07-1988

• Marital Status: Single

• Religion: Islam

• Nationality: Indian

• Languages Known: English, Hindi & Urdu

• Hobbies & Interest: Playing Cricket, Badminton and Martial Arts.

• Passport No: H2907852.

• Passport Valid Upto: 09/02/2019.

I consider myself familiar with engineering aspects. I am also confident of my ability to
work in a team. I hereby declare that the information furnished above is true to the best of
my knowledge.
Cont Information
PLACE: Hyderabad.
DATE: 25th June, 2010. (Syed Shakeel Ahmed).

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