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M.Tech. (Energy Management & Climate Change Technology)

Why take this course?

Energy has been called the ultimate resource for two reasons: Primarily, without energy all the other resources on the planet are unobtainable. Secondly, unlike water or carbon, energy cannot itself be re-cycled. The collection and utilization of energy can have a huge environmental impact and both industrialists and environmental regulators have a growing need for professionals who can understand and deal with these problems. Center for Emerging Technology, Jain University is providing Masters of Technology in Energy Management & Climate Change Technology.

What will I experience?

This program is being jointly offered with industry partner M/s TUV Rheinland India with funding support of 180,000.00 Euros from SEQUA a German funding agency. The program was launched based on a MOU with M/S TUV Rheinland India dated July 2009 to launch proactive industry-academic initiatives. TUV Rheinland India is a subsidiary of TUV Rheinland Germany and headquartered at Cologne, Germany. In addition to M.Tech certificate and Diploma programs have also been offered. Two certificate courses have been completed till date. Facilities of M/S TUV Rheinland are made available to students for on the job training.

What opportunities might it lead to?

Energy engineers are needed to address some of the most challenging issues facing the global economies, namely how to

  • Deliver energy to a growing global population (6.4 billion people now, to 8.1 billion in 2030 – 1.6 billion people today have no access to electricity)
  • Reduce the human impact on the climate (energy accounts for 80% of greenhouse gas emissions)
  • Prepare for the global peaking of oil production and further price increase with innovative, sustainable engineering solutions
  • Launch a proactive approach to problems faced by the power and energy industries of an aging workforce, infrastructure degradation, and technology development deficiencies. This is where energy engineering becomes important as there is an urgent need and increasing demand worldwide for people trained to design, operate, maintain and optimize sustainable energy systems, the corner stones of a sustainable energy development initiative.

Degree Awarded

Master of Technology

Course Commencement

June 2017

Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree in any branch of engineering from a recognized university.

Study Campus

Admissions Office



Curriculum Structure & Teaching

I Semester
  • Conventional Energy Conversion Systems
  • Non-Conventional Energy Systems
  • Solar Photovoltaic & Thermal Energy
  • Elective – I
  • Elective - II
  • Seminar-I
II Semester
  • Climate Change and Mitigation
  • Energy Management
  • Energy Auditing
  • Elective – III
  • Elective – IV
  • Seminar – II
III Semester
  • Industrial Training / Internship
IV Semesters
  • Project work & Dissertation
Electives

Elective 1

  • Understanding Carbon Credits
  • Risk and Hazard Management in Energy Sector
  • Advanced Operations Research
  • Global Energy Economics

Elective 2

  • Energy Costing
  • Energy and Environment
  • Financial Management
  • Project management

Elective 3

  • Statistics for Management
  • Power plant design/ systems
  • Dynamics of Energy Conversion
  • Environmental Law in India

Elective 4

  • Waste Management
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Carbon Finance
  • Future of Energy Markets