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Skill Sectors    Power   Energy Auditor

Energy Auditor

An energy audit is an inspection, survey and analysis of energy flows, for energy conservation in a building, process or system to reduce the amount of energy input into the system without negatively affecting the output(s). In commercial and industrial real estate, an energy audit is the first step in identifying opportunities to reduce energy expense and carbon footprints.

Sr. No

Paper

Name of Subject

Theory/ Practical

Teaching Hour

Maximum Marks Allotted

Passing

Credit

External

Internal

Total

External

Internal

Total

01

Paper-I

Principles of Energy Efficiency and Management

Theory

90

60

40

100

24

16

40

6

02

Paper-II

Principles of Energy Audit and Optimization

Theory

90

60

40

100

24

16

40

6

03

Paper-III

Industrial Training/Case Study/ Industrial Visit

Practical

120

60

40

100

24

16

40

8

 

Learning Outcomes:

 

By the end of this course participant will acquire skills such as:

 

• An understanding of the energy management, auditing and optimization processes

• Hands on experience and skills to conduct an audit

• Functional knowledge about a range of reporting methods and formats

• Operational knowledge to create a prioritised audit report

• The professional knowledgebase and attitude to carry out an audit organisation.

 

Industrial Training/Case Study/ Industrial Visit

(Course Content)

Yearly Examination Scheme:

Teaching Scheme:                                          (IE) Internal Continuous Assessment: 40 Marks

Practical: 120 Hrs/yearly                              (EE) End Examination (OR): 60 Marks   

                                                                                                                            

Industrial Training [80 Hrs]

• Student shall undergo industrial training for a minimum period of two weeks during academic year.

• The industry in which industrial training is taken should be a medium or large scale industry like Power Generation, Substation etc.

• The paper bound report on training must be submitted by the student in the beginning of Fifth semester along with a certificate from the company where the student took training.

• Every student should write the report separately.

• Institute / Department/T&P Cell have to assist the students for finding Industries for the training.

• Students must take prior permission from Department before joining for Industrial Training.

 

Case Study [20 Hrs]

• Student has to submit name of two case Study topics related to course content.

• Case study in a group shall not be allowed.

• The three-member committee appointed by Head of Department shall allot Eight topics submitted by the student.

• Every student must submit the paper bound report based on special study at the end of academic year.

• Department should allot guide to all such students, for monitoring their progress and guide them for literature survey / report writing etc.

• Evaluation of case study shall be done based on presentation made by student, followed by brief question answer session.

 

Industrial Visit [20 Hrs]

 

  • Industry visits for minimum five industries shall be carried out by each student preferably or college shall arrange the industrial visit during academic year.

 

  • The student should obtain appropriate certificates of visit from the concerned organizations just after the visits.

 

  • Every Student should submit Industrial Visit report individually at the end of academic year.

 

  • The report(Thermal Bound) should contain information about the following points:

 

a.The organization - activities of organization and administrative setup technical personnel and their main duties.

 

b.The project / industry brief description with sketches and salient technical information.

 

c.The work / processes observed with specification of materials, products, equipments etc. and role of engineers in that organization.

 

d.Suggestions (if any) for improvement in the working of those organizations.

 

 

Evaluation of Industrial Training / Case Study/ Industrial Visit

 

IE: The Internal Examination shall be based on the active participation of the students in the training / Case study/ Visit and based on knowledge / skill acquired by the student. The three-member committee appointed by Head of Department shall assess the reports and award marks based on following:

 

(a) Report 20 marks.

(b) Presentation 10 marks.

(c) Viva-voce at the time of presentation 10 marks.

Total: 40 marks.


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