Application Process: 30 Mar, 2021 - 24 May, 2021
Exam Date: 30 May, 2021
Energy management is a process by which any form of energy is used effectively and sustainably. It is a branch of science that involves planning to reduce the cost involved in the production of energy but still producing enough energy that is required to satiate consumer’s demand. Energy management is a step towards minimising global warming, carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions. It not just helps to reduce the cost of production but also helps the company produce energy which is of better quality.
Energy management is a vast subject, and understanding it is rather complex. Every sector is in dire need of young, passionate, energetic professionals who can think out of the box, who can provide something new to the market, and so is the case with the energy sector.
Candidates must have completed their graduation with a minimum aggregate of 50%.
Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) – This is a national level entrance exam conducted for all the management courses by NTA. CMAT is valid for JNU, and all the AICTE approved colleges and universities. The entrance exams are mostly held in January.
Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) – The entrance exam conducted by Symbiosis Pune for the admission to PG courses mostly in December.
According to a study released by the US Energy Information Administration in the year 2011, “In the year 2008, China and India, accounted for 21% of the total world energy consumption. By 2035, both countries will account for 31% of world energy use.”
With the increased energy consumption, it is very important to maximise energy management to save the degrading planet and country’s economy. Energy management not just reduces pollution or climate changes but widely affects the economy of any country by saving millions.
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It is a 2 years program which is further divided into four semesters. The course has been discussed roughly in the following table –
Global Strategic Management
Business Progress Integration
Non- Renewable Sources
MBA is the most sought degree in post-graduation for about 80% of India. There is a never-ending line of MBAs struggling in the market for employability, but an MBA in energy management will open the doors of various government and non-government organisations.
India is the 6th largest consumer of energy, and the consumers are up-surging every day, but the primary source for energy production remains limited.
Having an MBA in energy management will set you apart from the crowd by giving you the ability to create plans, discuss strategies with brilliant minds to overcome this huge production-consumer gap.
Some of the fields where MBA professionals can be employed have been listed below:
Health Care Providers
Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Industry
Environmental Management and Conservation
Reporter (energy market)
Reporters mainly report insightful news and analysis about the current price trends. They come under the economic beat of a news portal.
This is a managerial post. They are generally responsible for the production of a new product and leading the team that is responsible for improvising it. This is an important profile in any organisation.
Research associates are responsible for organising and conducting research on the markets and the economy. They are employed by asset management firms and financial institutions.
Energy auditors help in improving the energy consumption of residential as well as the commercial buildings. An energy auditor is important for creating ample opportunities for the advancements of the current trends.
As their name suggests, energy consultant, analyse the energy consumption of various companies to reduce energy costs and provide a better result.
Account Manager Sales
Account Manager Sales of a company maintain the existing relationships of the company with the clients. Sales management also comes under them
Following is the list of top recruiters for MBA in energy management:
1. Sun Edison
2. Tata power
4. Reliance Power
5. Damodar Valley Corporation
6. National Power Corporation of India
7. Lanco Infratech
8. CLP Power
9. Neyveli Lignite Corporation
10. Adani Power
12. Torrent Power
Energy management is a vast and complex field that won’t be tackled by just academic knowledge. So here are some basic required skills for every professional working in the energy sector:
Decision-making capabilities - As an energy management professional, you will have to work in various projects of utmost importance, and therefore it is very important to be able to make the best decision in everyone’s intention. Some of these decisions would be a combination of costly and fast. To be a good decision maker, you will have to have negotiation skills and critical thinking.
Communication Skills – The most important and basic skill required to pursue or excel in any course. One needs to know how to express their thoughts and views to the co-workers, clients and employers in order to make them understand the viewpoint or task.
Leadership Skills – Leadership skill set an individual apart from their peers. Everyone can work individually, but what matters is how good you are as a teammate.
There is an incessant demand for energy, and this demand will further increase by 50% over the next 10-20 years. The country is in dire need of professionals who can tackle such a demand by innovations, and logical thinking and that is exactly what the MBA in energy management bestows a student with.
It is a two-year programme designed to create skilled professionals in energy management. This course is designed to give you a sense of understanding about the energy market, for its betterment and development.
This course will deal with renewable energy, energy transmission and distribution, its extraction and production, energy trading, energy finance etc.
As the pollution level is increasing you can do startup of
Electrical vehicles which is nowadays is very popular in market has the Highest possibility of business boom. You must have heard only few names like Tesla motors who are making world class cars.
Also you can go for solar pannel manufacturing, energy efficient machines etc. Startup in this field is profitable as Government gives various subsidy.
I have mentioned some institute name which provides 2 years post graduate courses on sustainable development,
Maharishi Markandeshwar University (MMU)
Taxila Business School (TBS)
Indian Institute of Management , bangalore
Presidency University, Bangalore
Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI)
Indian Institute of Management (IIM)
University of Delhi, Faculty of Management Studies (FMS)
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS)
Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management (SJMSOM)
National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE)
Management Development Institute (MDI)
Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT)
SP Jain University of Management & Research (SPJIMR)
Hi jainish ,
According to the data only one college at gujrat have energy engineering as their btech course . Only gujrat technical university allows students to pursue energy management as btech career .
Hope it helps!!!
There doesn't seem to be any college offering energy management in Karnataka. Here are the colleges offering the course in India-
School of Business, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun
Symbiosis Institute of International Business, Pune
MIT School of Technology Management, Pune
School of Petroleum Management, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar
Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur.
M Tech In Energy Management. This program deals the energy scenario of India and world, different methods for generation of energy and its effect on environment university is very beautifully built with green & clean surroundings and students gets many facilities such as a well equipped central library, IT center, and different playgrounds. Its very good, however it is totally depend upon your CGPA and performance during campus interview. they are getting number of company for campus interview. Apart from that there is also have centralized Placement Cell at University Level.
hope it helped.
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