M.Tech. (Renewable Energy Engineering and Management) or Master of Technology in Renewable Energy Engineering and Management is a postgraduate Agricultural Engineering course. M.Tech. (REEM) course prepares the students in theoretical as well as practical knowledge of renewable energy technologies and management. The program is structured to enable them to tackle practical problems of design and development for industrial applications and to pursue academic research. The program consists of core and elective courses taught during the first, second and third semesters. In the final semester, the students are required to take up a major project either in an industrial establishment or at a research/ consultancy organization dealing with renewable energy. The duration of Master of Technology in Renewable Energy Engineering and Management is mostly of two academic years but it may vary from institute to institute and also may be on part time basis by certain institutes.
M.Tech. Renewable Energy Engineering and Management Eligibility :-
• A Bachelor's degree in any branch of engineering or M.Sc. in Physics with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 6.75 on a 10 point scale or equivalent or 60% marks in aggregate.
• The marks of admission for this course may vary from University to University.
• In various colleges and Universities it conducts entrance exams plus interview for the admission of the students.
How is M.Tech. Renewable Energy Engineering and Management Course Beneficial?
They may also work for companies that produce drilling equipment, supplies and refining processes. They can go for the teaching fields on private basis and after having passed the certain fixed qualifications such as NET exam then they are eligible for becoming permanent lecturer in all colleges and universities. They can also go for further higher studies relating to research work.
M.Tech. Renewable Energy Engineering and Management Syllabus :-
|Sr. No.||Subjects of Study|
|1||Statistics for engineers|
|2||Renewable energy resource characteristics|
|3||Conventional energy infrastructure|
|4||Introduction to sustainable development|
|5||Technical Writing (Communication skills and technical writing)|
|6||Power systems engineering|
|7||Heat and mass transfer|
|8||Heat transfer lab|
|9||Power system lab|
|1||Energy auditing, energy efficiency and energy conservation|
|2||Introduction to management techniques I|
|3||Renewable energy conversion technologies I|
|4||Renewable energy conversion technologies II|
|5||Applied numerical methods (thru MATLAB)|
|7||Field visits / exposure to RE plants|
|8||Fluid mechanics and turbo-machinery|
|1||Introduction to Management II|
|3||Energy policy and regulations|
|6||Biofuels and Decentralized Energy Systems|
|7||Wind power generation|
|9||Renewable energy and fossil fuel based thermal power generation|
|10||Advanced technologies for environmental protection and climate change|
|11||Solar thermal and solar photovaltaic power generation|
|13||Issues in grid integration of power from renewable energy sources|
|14||Building energy and green building|