Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Energy Engineering)

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Content Curator | Updated on - Sep 4, 2021

M.Tech. Energy Engineering is a 2 year post graduate degree course in which a student gets the in-depth knowledge of various facets of energy. This technical course gives the opportunity to students to perform research on various areas like Energy Efficiency and Conservation, Solar PV and Thermal, Solar Energy and Biomass and Bio-Fuels, under expert guidance.

Minimum eligibility that is required to get entry into this technical degree course is a B.Tech. /BE /B.Sc. degree with minimum 55% in aggregate. And the course fees which is to be paid ranges from 50,000 INR to 1.5 lakhs per year.

The scope of employment after completing master’s degree is very big for Energy Engineers. They can find jobs in both private as well as govt. sector and can work as a Sales leader, Research analyst, Energy engineer, Resource manager, Energy and environment content writer and also a professor. Top companies recruiting energy engineers in market are Reliance industries, Cairn, Adani, Essar and Technip and can expect a starting salary of around 1 lakh to 4 lakh per annum.

What is M.Tech. Energy Engineering About?

The course aims at teaching the students about the efficient production, management and utilization of energy resources and this is done through various theoretical and practical courses. The course introduces students to various forms of energy and their importance in our lives and for the development of our nation.

Students study in deep about solar energy, non-conventional energy sources, biomass, energy storage technologies, auditing techniques and also about Indian energy scenario.

Who should opt for M.Tech. Energy Engineering?

Students who are interested in working on energy management and those who wants to know the concept of power generation through unconventional ways, then this is the right choice of course to study for them.

DURATION

The course lasts for 2 years that are divided as 4 semesters in colleges like Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, Thapar University, Patiala.

Through distance mode as it is in Devi Ahilya University, Indore, the course lasts for 3 years that are distributed as 6 semesters.

Academic Options after M.Tech. Energy Engineering

Once a student is done with M.Tech. in Energy Engineering, he/she can further go for Ph.D. in the concerned stream. There are more than 200 colleges in India that offer M.Phil. /Ph.D. degree in Engineering, to choose from.

Top Institutes Offering M.Tech. Energy Engineering

In India, there are more than 2000 M.Tech. Engineering colleges, from which one can choose accordingly. Some of the top institutes that offer M.Tech. in Energy Engineering are:

Name of the Institution

Location

IIT

New Delhi

IIT

Bombay

NIT

Tiruchirappalli

Thapar University 

Punjab

Birla Institute of Technology

Jharkhand

NIT

Agartala

NIT

Kerela

Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Energy Engineering) Fee Structure in India


51.34 K (Minimum Fee)PUBLIC COLLEGES4.23 L  (Maximum Fee)
1.64 L (Average Fee)
1.28 L (Minimum Fee)Private COLLEGES3.91 L (Maximum Fee)
2.66 L (Average Fee)

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