(M. Tech.) Energy Technology
Master of Technology (M.Tech) is a post-graduate degree that engineers can opt for. It forms an extension of an engineer’s graduate education and provides him with an opportunity for the practical implementation of engineering knowledge. Generally, if a student has a good understanding of technical subjects and he wishes to enhance his skills in the field of Engineering or technology, it is advisable that he should pursue an M.Tech course from recognized institutes of the country.
M.Tech. in Energy Technology 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 for 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 a minimum 60% in aggregate. The scope of employment after completing a 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 the market are Reliance Industries, Cairn, Adani, Essar, and Technip and can expect a starting salary of around 1 lakh to 4 lakh per annum.