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In the supplying energy chain distribution networks make up the last link . For the transmission systems which feed through distribution substations usually have larger density as well as complexity. In this paper the traditional load flow studies for the 11 KV Banediya feeder which is situated Madhya Pradesh are employed for existing feeder and future distribution systems through the Mi Power software using GPS interfacing. Under this technical analysis 11 KV high tension line is furnished with 24 transformers of low tension line onto which load flow studies is performed which show that the results of losses are not as per the current norms of distribution system considering line length, capacity/conductor type and loading conditions. By using different improvements like transformer loading and resizing, change in conductor and Var compensation,for distribution networks the present load flow approach is formulated as a probabilistic power flow which takes benefit of telemeter variables and the radial nature of distribution circuits.A capital expenditure is also to be considered to make the system techno-economically feasible after considering improvements in the system.