MBA Energy Management: Course Details
The course of the MBA Energy Management is subjected to develop professionals who have an ability to integrate thoughts with action and leave an impact wherever they go. The concepts of all the subjects included in the course are studied in detail to provide students with a thorough knowledge of Energy Management. The mode of teaching is inclusive of classroom lectures, field visits, practicals, project works, researches, and case studies. Internships are also a vital component of the course.
The course is divided mainly into two parts- Core Courses and Electives.
MBA Energy Management: Syllabus
The subjects which are included in the syllabus will make students well-equipped with salient features of functional areas of Management. Each subject will carry 100 marks of which 20 marks are for internal assessment and the 80 marks for the written examination. Given below is the table showing a list of core subjects of MBA Energy Management:
|Name of the subject||Topics||Objective|
|Management concepts and applications||Concept and nature of management; Managerial competencies; Evolution of management thoughts; Planning, decision making, and organizing; Nature and elements of planning; Planning types and models; strategic planning; Basic issues in organizing; Recognition of human factor; motivation models; Leadership development; Management control; Managerial ethics and social responsibility.||The objective of this course is to make the students understand the basic concepts of management.|
|Energy resources & conversions & power plant systems||Sources of energy; Classification of energy sources; Quality and concentration of energy source; Fossil fuels: coal, oil, gas; Alternative sources of energy; Global trend for clean technology; Types of power stations; Cogeneration concept; Fluidized bed technology; recent advances in power plants; Study visits to power plants.||This topic helps a student to learn about different sources of energy.|
|Financial management||Financial management; Scope finance functions and its organization; Objectives of financial management; Investment decisions; Risk analysis; Cost of different sources of raising capital; Capital structure decisions; Financial and operating leverage; Capital structure theories; Working capital||The objective of this topic is to explain to the students regarding financial management tools and techniques.|
|Business research methods||Nature, scope, and need for business research; Managerial value of business research; Structure of research proposal; research design concept and types; Data preparation and descriptive analysis; Hypothesis testing; Parametric and non-parametric tests nature of multivariate analysis; dependence methods Factor analysis Mechanism of documentation bibliography construction||The objective of this paper is to give a piece of student information about various stages of the research processes and their application in decision making.|
|Electricity industry structure and regulations||Overview of the Indian electricity act 1910; Electricity supply act 1948, electricity regulatory commissions act 1998, energy conservation act 2001, the electricity act 2003; Amendments in the pipeline; National electricity policy; Restructuring and reforms of the power sector; Privatization and implication; national and international experience in regulation; Distribution utilities||This topic helps a student to know about different electricity regulations and policies.|
|Management of power transmission and distribution||The general concept of the power system; Major equipment& accessories power; Transmission network in the Indian scenario; Indian electricity grid code; Formation and operation of the national grid; Distribution systems for different consumers; Distribution automation; Commercial operations of a distribution utility; Relationship management (CRM) distribution; Franchise models, maintenance; Indian electricity rules||The objective of this subject is to make a student understand the basics of the power system.|
|Project planning, analysis, and management||Phases and objectives of capital budgeting; Special decision situations; Analysis of project risk; Social cost-benefit analysis; Project management; Financing infrastructure projects||The objective of this paper is to explain to the students about the different steps involved in project planning.|