Post Graduate Program in
Power Management




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About the Program

This executive PG Program in Power Management is designed for professional who need focused program in Power management specialization. It’s meant for professionals moving into mid or senior management roles in Energy sector, Renewable energy, EPC, Consulting firms, Venture capital in infrastructure industries and other related industries, in both India and Abroad. Today, along with government companies, large numbers of private players have taken over a significant portion of Indian power sector particularly in generation and distribution sides and the sector is all set to see large number of private players in the years to come. The rapidly expanding power sector offers abundant opportunities for the qualified, talented, capable and young graduates and post graduates with diversified backgrounds like engineering, commerce, finance, accounts, human resource, law and logistics.

Program Overview

Key Highlights

UPES Certification

Interactive live sessions by Industry Experts & Global Faculty

Career Essential programs

Global PEER-to-PEER interaction enhancing exposure

100% Placement Assistance

Dedicated academic & career advisor

24/7 Library and Content access

Discrete LMS and Helpdesk Assistance

Detailed Curriculum

Best-in-class content by highly experienced faculty and eminent industry leaders. Live online classes, case-studies, projects, and assignments.

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : Power Sector of India
  • Unit - 2 : Demand Side Management
  • Unit - 3 : Basic Energy Generation Costs and Energy Pricing
  • Unit - 4 : Measures to Produce and Supply Low Cost Power
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block 2

  • Unit - 6 : Capital Budgeting
  • Unit - 7 : Numeric Models of Capital Budgeting
  • Unit - 8 : Depreciation
  • Unit - 9 : Energy Taxation and Energy Subsidies
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block 3

  • Unit - 11 : Tariffs
  • Unit - 12 : Private Power Policy in India: An Appraisal
  • Unit - 13 : Environment Development Interface
  • Unit - 14 : Global Energy Scenario
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block 4

  • Unit - 16 : Important Terms of Electricity Act, 2003
  • Unit - 17 : National Electricity Policy and Plan
  • Unit - 18 : COP 21 and COP 24
  • Unit - 19 : Regulatory Framework
  • Unit - 20 : Case Study

Block 5

  • Unit - 21 : Regulatory Framework II-Amendments
  • Unit - 22 : Economics of Energy and Asset Management
  • Unit - 23 : Theft of Energy and Energy Audit
  • Unit - 24 : Role of Energy Auditors in Renewable Purchase Obligation
  • Unit - 25 : Case Study

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : Introduction to Return Concepts –I
  • Unit - 2 : Introduction to Return Concepts –II
  • Unit - 3 : Introduction to Project Appraisal
  • Unit - 4 : Financial Analysis
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block 2

  • Unit - 6 : Concept of Business Entity
  • Unit - 7 : Effective Utilisation of Funds
  • Unit - 8 : Cost of Equity Models
  • Unit - 9 : WACC and Equity Capital
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block 3

  • Unit - 11 : Sources of Finance –I
  • Unit - 12 : Sources of Finance –II
  • Unit - 13 : Risk Management
  • Unit - 14 : Risk Identification, Analysis and Control
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block 4

  • Unit - 16 : Risk Planning
  • Unit - 17 : Incentive for Non-conventional Projects
  • Unit - 18 : Financing Non-conventional Projects
  • Unit - 19 : IREDA and Its Role
  • Unit - 20 : Case Study

Block 5

  • Unit - 21 : Project Economics and Viability – I
  • Unit - 22 : Project Economics and Viability – II
  • Unit - 23 : Electricity Sector in India –I
  • Unit - 24 : Electricity Sector in India –II
  • Unit - 25 : Case Study
  • Unit - 1 : Power Pricing
  • Unit - 2 : Power Generation
  • Unit - 3 : Bidding Process
  • Unit - 4 : Power Purchase Agreement
  • Unit - 1 : Introduction to Trade
  • Unit - 2 : Power Trading
  • Unit - 3 : Power Trading Markets
  • Unit - 4 : Derivatives and Power Market
  • Unit - 5 : Development Power Policy

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : Introduction to Power Station
  • Unit - 2 : Power Station Management – An Overview
  • Unit - 3 : Types of Power Station
  • Unit - 4 : Thermal Power Station
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block 2

  • Unit - 6 : Boiler Efficiency
  • Unit - 7 : Electric Generator
  • Unit - 8 : Power Grid
  • Unit - 9 : Electric Power
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block 3

  • Unit - 11 : Power Station Operation
  • Unit - 12 : Maintenance Planning
  • Unit - 13 : Management Unit Plan
  • Unit - 14 : Outage Management
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block 4

  • Unit - 16 : Maintenance Schedules
  • Unit - 17 : Budgets and Budgetary Control
  • Unit - 18 : Operation & Maintenance of Hydro Power Stations
  • Unit - 19 : Renovation and Modernisation (R&M) of Power Station
  • Unit - 20 : Case Study

Block 5

  • Unit - 21 : Power System Automation
  • Unit - 22 : Residual Life Assessment (RLA)
  • Unit - 23 : Environmental Aspects and Power Stations
  • Unit - 24 : Power Plants in India
  • Unit - 25 : Case Study

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : Business Policy – An Overview
  • Unit - 2 : Strategy and Strategic Management
  • Unit - 3 : Basic Models of Strategic Management
  • Unit - 4 : Strategic Intent – Vision, Mission and Objectives
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block 2

  • Unit - 6 : Formulating Business Strategy
  • Unit - 7 : Formulating Corporate Strategy
  • Unit - 8 : SWOT and Value Chain Analysis
  • Unit - 9 : Portfolio Analysis and Strategic Alliance
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block 3

  • Unit - 11 : Strategic Management Process
  • Unit - 12 : Strategic Choice and Implementation
  • Unit - 13 : Strategies for Global Environment
  • Unit - 14 : Strategies for Retrenchment
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block 4

  • Unit - 16 : Strategic Organisational Design
  • Unit - 17 : Modern Organisational Structure
  • Unit - 18 : Learning and Organisational Strategy
  • Unit - 19 : Behavioural Strategic Implementation
  • Unit - 20 : Case Study

Block 5

  • Unit - 21 : Strategies at Functional and Operational Level
  • Unit - 22 : Strategic Control and Evaluation
  • Unit - 23 : Corporate Goals and Strategic Gap
  • Unit - 24 : Life Cycle Approach to Strategic Planning
  • Unit - 25 : Case Study

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : Energy: The Indian Scenario
  • Unit - 2 : Energy and Development
  • Unit - 3 : Energy Planning
  • Unit - 4 : Energy Security for India
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block 2

  • Unit - 6 : Energy Policy and Institutional Arrangements of India
  • Unit - 7 : Renewable Sector: Policy Framework
  • Unit - 8 : Integrated Energy Policy: Planning Commission, Government of India, August 200
  • Unit - 9 : Bureau of Energy Efficiency
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block 3

  • Unit - 11 : The Energy Conservation Act, 2001 with 2010 Amendments
  • Unit - 12 : Japan Energy Policy
  • Unit - 13 : U.S.A. Energy Policy
  • Unit - 14 : Europe Energy Policy
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block 4

  • Unit - 16 : Generation of Electricity Acts & Rules
  • Unit - 17 : Transmission of Electricity Acts & Rules
  • Unit - 18 : Distribution of Electricity Acts & Rules
  • Unit - 19 : Central Electricity Authority Acts & Rules
  • Unit - 20 : Case Study

Block 5

  • Unit - 21 : Regulatory Commissions Acts & Rules
  • Unit - 22 : ctricity Act, 2003
  • Unit - 23 : Governing Contracts, Sale of Goods, Environmental Issues and Companies Law
  • Unit - 24 : Electricity Act, 2003: Judgements of Supreme Court and High Courts of India
  • Unit - 25 : Case Study

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : HSE Issues in Power Plant
  • Unit - 2 : Legal Requirements Pertaining to HSE Issues
  • Unit - 3 : HSE Management Profile
  • Unit - 4 : Safety Related Procedures for Power Sectors
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block 2

  • Unit - 6 : Work Permit Systems
  • Unit - 7 : Loss Causation & Prevention in the Workplace
  • Unit - 8 : Risk Assessment
  • Unit - 9 : Systematic Approach for Controlling Risk
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block 3

  • Unit - 11 : Disaster Management Plan
  • Unit - 12 : Human Errors
  • Unit - 13 : General Aspects of Occupational Health & Hygiene
  • Unit - 14 : Ergonomics
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block 4

  • Unit - 16 : Role of Personal Protective Equipment
  • Unit - 17 : Fire Risk
  • Unit - 18 : Human Factors
  • Unit - 19 : Environmental Issues
  • Unit - 20 : Case Study

Block 5

  • Unit - 21 : Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Unit - 22 : EMS 14001
  • Unit - 23 : Air and Water Pollution Control
  • Unit - 24 : Solid/Hazardous Waste Management
  • Unit - 25 : Case Study
Instructor
Dr. Rajesh KS
Dr. Rajesh KS
Assistant Professor,
University of Petroleum & Energy Studies
Dr Rajesh is a renowned scholar in the field of the Power and Energy sector with more than a decade of rich experience in research and higher education. As a Ph.D and M.Tech in the specialisation of Power System, he has been associated with India’s leading universities as an eminent academician for various subjects in the field of Power and Energy. In the last 5 years, he has authored and published several research papers for national and global journals in the UK. Also, he holds licensed certifications from the globally-leading MOOC platform – Coursera and the University of Buffalo, the State University of New York. His research interests include Electricity Markets & Regulations, Energy Policy, Hydrogen Economy, Energy Storage Systems, and Renewable Energy Technology. Currently, he is serving as a professor at UPES, Dehradun with extensive experience in the space of Electrical Engineering.
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Skills you will learn

Power plant management, Power auditing, Electricity markets and Power Trading, Power efficient systems/technologies, Technology of power generation, Energy laws, Power policies, Power security, Power pricing, Power economics, Power purchase agreements etc

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Career Prospects

Power Plant Manager, Project/Operations Manager, Power Trader, Power Analyst, EPC Manager, Power Market Research Analyst, Commercial Manager, Techno-Managerial Consultants, Project Management and Efficiency Management, Strategy & Consulting Firms.

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Who Is This Program For?

Fresh graduates/ Working Professionals looking for career growth into Mid or Senior level position in Power and related sectors. Finance or business professionals working in power sector related projects.

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Minimum Eligibility

Bachelor’s Degree with 50% or equivalent passing marks.

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Post Graduate Program in Power Management

After completing the course, you will get a Master’s certificate from UPES

  • UPES University was awarded ‘The University of the Year-North’ by ASSOCHAM.
  • In 2020, UPES was ranked 1 for Best Academia-Industry Alliance among Private Indian Universities by the Education World.
Post Graduate Program in Power Management
  • Certification from UPES (NAAC “A” Grade University)
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Frequently asked questions

Why should I study PGP in Power Management with UPES?

UPES is the best known University for Power Management programs in India. It started with Energy Management programs before launching other domains. We are considered a premium University by corporates in Power, Energy sectors, consulting firms, power funding agencies and related sectors. Our students are working with some of best known corporates both in India and as well Abroad.

What are the minimum eligibility criteria for the program?

Working professionals or freshers graduated with 50% aggregate marks in their graduation.

The work experience requisite is relaxed basis on application and profile. Basic knowledge of computer programming will be an added advantage.

What is the time commitment for the program?

A time commitment of an average of 4 to 5 hours per week is recommended to complete the program successfully.

Will I receive career assistance and support after the program completion?

Career mentoring will be provided to all the mentees on how to build an outstanding resume with respect to their technical and domain expertise. Interview preparation and coaching by industry experts will be provided with job assistance at the end of the program.

Do I get to interact with Industry Experts during the program?

Yes, there will be live online interactive sessions with faculty and industry experts.

Is there any financial support provided for the program?

To ensure the least number of barriers in the path of your learning, we offer financing options with our partner company Financepeer to help you make this program more financially feasible.

What certification will I get after the course?

Upon successful completion of the program, you will be awarded industry-recognized PG Certification in Power Management in collaboration with the UPES, Dehradun.

What are the job prospects after completing the program?

Power Plant Manager, Project/Operations Manager, EPC Manager, Power Market Research Analyst, Commercial Manager Techno-Managerial Consultants, Project Management and Efficiency Management, Strategy & Consulting Firms, Financing and Supply Chain Management in Power Sector, Power Project and Resource Planning, Project Management and Efficiency Planning