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MBA in Power Management/Energy Trading

MBA in Power Management/Energy Trading

MBA in Power Management

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MBA in Power Management/Energy Trading

 

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2 years B.Tech/B.Sc/BBA/B.COM with 60 % On the basis of performance in the online Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) Test of 2 hours duration and personal interview. Rs 2,00,000 per year
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MBA in Power Management

The objective of the MBA in Power Management in Jaipur is to train students to fill the gap between the growing renewable and sustainable industry demand for specialized manpower. The growth of economy extensively depends upon the performance and growth of the power sector. The growth of renewable power sector is of the order of 10%. Thus the sector is all set to see a large number of skilled manpower in the coming years as there will be major role of private power sector and users will have the freedom to choose the power distribution company. The MBA in Power Management in Jaipur is specially designed to develop the skills and abilities related to Power Management, Energy trading and to meet the challenging of management of power utilities & energy trading in future. Placement opportunities are available in government, private and policy sector at national and international level. Gyan vihar takes pride in its innovative curriculum, course delivery and placements, which makes it the top MBA college in India. Join us in the best MBA program in Rajasthan.

Career Prospects:

MBA in Power Management

  • Power Resource Manager
  • Power Planning and Policy Manager
  • TPower Project Manager
  • Energy Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • Research Analyst
  • Power Economist
  • Customer Support Manager
  • Commercial Manager
  • Academician
  • Power Trading Manager
  • Carbon Trader
  • Power/Energy Consultant
  • Power Gen./Trans./Discom Manager

Program Structure

MBA in Power Management

Semester 1

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Quantitative Technique
  • Marketing Management
  • Managerial Economics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Seminar in Contemporary Issues
  • Introduction to Energy Resources and Conversion

Semester 2

  • Human Resource Management
  • Research Methods in Management
  • Corporate Financial Management
  • Economic Environment of Business
  • Seminar in Contemporary Issues
  • Integrated Energy Management and Planning
  • Electricity Industry Structure and Regulations

Semester 3

  • Energy Operation & Production Management
  • Power Project Management
  • Power Corporate Strategy & Ethics
  • Entrepreneurship Planning & Development
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Trade Procedures and Documentation
  • Research Report Presentation/Dissertation
  • Summer Internship Project

Power Management and Energy Trading Electives

  • Business Law, Policy & Strategy
  • Health, Safety & Environment for Power Sector
  • Management of Technology & Innovation
  • Power Pricing, Trading and Purchase Agreements
  • Management of Power Transmission and Distribution
  • Energy Trading I
  • Energy Trading II
  • Energy Supply Chain Management

Semester 4

Power Management and Energy Trading Electives

  • Demand Side Management & Energy Efficiency
  • Management Information System
  • Energy Taxation and Laws
  • Energy Conservation and Audit
  • Energy Derivatives, Risk and Hazardous Management
  • Challenges in Energy Sector
  • Operation and Material Management
  • Energy and Utilities
  • Global Power Business Energy and Utilities

Dissertation

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Lectures, seminars
60%
Independent Studies
10%
Industrial Visits
20%
Placements
10%

Year 2

Lectures, seminars
45%
Independent Studies
10%
Industrial Visits
30%
Placements
15%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%

Year 2

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%
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