B.Tech/M.Tech in Energy Engineering

 

 

Course Offered

Duration (in years)

Eligibility Criteria

B.Tech in Energy Engineering

4

12th standard pass with Physics, Maths, Chemistry/ Computer Science with at least 60% marks.

M.Tech in Energy Engineering

6

 

 

On successful completion of 4 years course the student will receive B.Tech Degree and those who successfully complete 6 years course will receive M.Tech Degree.Students have the option to exit after 4 years, with only B.Tech Degree.

A diverse field of engineering, which deals with energy efficiency and services, facility management, plant engineering, environmental compliance and alternative energy, Energy Engineering is quickly growing as the global demand for energy increases exponentially each year. Master in Energy Engineering students learn about the macro-implications of their work, weighing the environmental benefits and drawbacks to certain energy sources, while becoming experts in the practical aspects of harnessing, using and distributing energy from a range of sources.

The NeotiaUniversity is the first University in India to provide a B.Tech/M.Tech in Energy Engineering, in collaboration with Adani Power Ltd., Ahmedabad, India. Advance curriculum structure of Energy Engineering andMoU signed with Adani Power Limited is advantageous for academia, organising seminars, workshops and conferences in association with industry partner. The university encourages its faculty members and students to carry out quality research, interact with experts and hope to achieve excellence in human resource development.

Course Structure

Semester 1

Subject Name

Credit Points

Engineering Physics-I

5

Computer Programming in C

5

Mathematics-I

3

Basic Electronics

5

Materials Science & Engineering

3

Graphics & Engineering Drawing

4

TOTAL

25

Semester 2

Subject Name

Credit Points

Engineering Physics-II

5

Mathematics-II

3

Advanced C Programming Lab

2

Introduction to Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

5

Environmental Science

3

Engineering Chemistry

5

Manufacturing Processes and Workshop Practice

4

TOTAL

27

Semester 3

Subject Name

Credit Points

Applied Statistics & Probability

3

Data Structure

5

Electrical Circuit Theory & Networks

5

Electrical Machines

5

Materials Science & Engineering

5

Embedded Systems

5

TOTAL

28

Semester 4

Subject Name

Credit Points

Numerical Methods & Optimization Techniques

3

Analog & Digital Electronics

5

Control Systems

3

Power Systems

5

Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulic & Pneumatic Machines

3

Business English & Technical Writing

4

Electrical & Electronic Measurements 5

TOTAL

28

Semester 5

Subject Name

Credit Points

Power Electronics & Drives

5

Introduction to renewable energy technologies

3

Electrical Protection & Switchgear

5

Simulator Programs

2

Introduction of Cyber Security

3

Elective related to humanities

3

Open Elective-I 3

TOTAL

24

Semester 6

Subject Name

Credit Points

Machine Design

5

>Signal Systems & DSP

5

Economics for Engineers

3

Economics for Engineers

3

Utilization of Energy

3

Industrial Instrumentation

3

Advanced Renewable Technologies: Solar, Wind, Geothermal & Tidal

3

Open Elective II 3

TOTAL

25

Semester 7

Subject Name

Credit Points

Energy Storage Systems

3

Project (Part I)

6

Open Elective III

3

Departmental Elective I (with Lab)

5

Departmental Elective II

3

TOTAL

20

Semester 8

Subject Name

Credit Points

Project (Part II)

9

Industrial Administration & Management

5

Departmental Elective III (with Lab)

3

TOTAL

17

TOTAL

17

Advisory Committee

Mr. Sandeep Dixit
 Head, Adani Centre for Research& Performance consulting
 Adani Power ltd,  Ahmedabad

Prof. Sekhar Bhattarchya
 Associate Professor, Energy Engineering
 The Neotia University, WB

Prof. Biswajit Ghosh
 Head, School of Energy Studies
 Jadavpur University, Kolkata

Prof. Pulok Pattanayak
 Associate Professor, Energy Engineering
 The Neotia University, WB

  • Industry Partnership

    TNU has partnered with Adani Power Ltd., Ahmedabad, Gujarat to help develop and deliver the course curriculum and laboratory facility and to hire the students who meet the company’s recruiting criteria.

  • Career Prospects for Energy Engineering

    It's an exciting time for energy. Never before have employers in utilities and other energy industries been so committed to recruiting, training, and nurturing a new generation of workers as they are today. Here's why:

    At a time where national demand for products and services is declining, demand for energy is rising.At the same time, the supply of workers is becoming smaller as the workforce ages and approaches retirement. Shortages are expected to be severe in the electric and natural gas utilities sector, where about 45 percent of the workforce can retire by 2013.Green investments are spurring job growth in many energy segments.As industries evolve, new occupational specialties are emerging in engineering and skilled trades, but not enough students are enrolling in the training programs that will qualify them for these specialties. This often results in increased wage offers to the few who possess the right credentials.

    Employers are partnering with higher education institutions to offer apprenticeships, internships, and on-the-job training. This will open up unique opportunities for incumbent or displaced workers to upgrade their skills or re-train to transfer into the energy industry from other industries. Graduates of the programme can choose to work as commissioning engineers, distribution engineers, maintenance engineers, substation managers, QA/ QC managers, wind farm designers, solar energy systems engineers, project managers, supervisors and innumerable other specialty engineers in the power industry.

    Traditional Electric Utilities, Renewable Energy Generation, Electric and Gas Distribution, Building-related Energy Efficiency.

    Since the scope of opportunities are large, one also may opt for higher studies and research work in this domain.

    Following opportunities are there in Energy Industries:

    Traditional Electric Utilities, Renewable Energy Generation, Electric and Gas Distribution, Building-related Energy Efficiency.

    Since the scope of opportunities are large, one also may opt for higher studies and research work in this domain.

 

Get In Touch

  • City Office: Monday - Friday: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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  • Campus: Monday - Friday 10AM - 4PM
  • Phone: 1800 419 0909
  • Email: contact@tnu.in
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