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Department of Energy


Department of Energy

Energy is the essence of human existence and a catalyst for the economic development of a country. The need for energy is increasing at a very fast rate in the developing countries in comparison with the developed countries. The existing reserves of conventional resources are likely to be scarce resources and also uses of these resources have a negative impact on the environment. So it is the time to look ahead and work in the right direction to use the present sources judiciously, find out some viable alternatives and also to protect our environment for the next generation. This is also a transition period of fuel substitution, in which the emphasis is to supplement the carbon fuel to non-carbon ones so as to prolong the existing stock of the former, that too without the environmental degradation.

Department of Energy started in 1996, with an aim to produce manpower pool in the field of energy, develop new and efficient energy technologies, R & D and extension activities in diverse areas of energy. The department offers a two-year (four semesters) AICTE approved M. Tech. programme in Energy Technology and Ph.D in energy related areas. The thrust areas of research are Biomass energy, Solar energy, Hydro-energy, Energy-Environment interaction and Energy Conservation and Management. At present it is a DST-FIST sponsored department. Apart from the teaching and research, the department also organize training programmes, workshops and seminars in the relevant areas of energy.

Department of Energy
Tezpur University,
Napaam, Sonitpur,
Assam-784 028,


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