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 Indian Power Sector – Paper 1st

 Power Sector Reforms – Paper 2nd

Curriculum of Indian Power Sector – Paper 1st (IBM-E1061)

 

S.No Topics
1 Power Sector Reforms & Infrastructure Sector Reforms
2 Examining New Opportunities in Indian Power Sector
3 India’s Private Power Policy Initiatives: Some New Developments
4 Financing of Energy Sector in Developing Countries
5 Evaluation Risks and Opportunities for Financing Power Projects in India (SEB Perspective)
6 Electricity Sector Reform: Required Legislative Initiative
7 Power Sector in India:- Retrospect & Prospect
8 Power Development Programmes: – Road Blocks and Remedies
9 Demand-Side Management in the Power Sector
10 Optimum Utilisation Strategies for Existing Power Plants
11 Management of Maintenance of Large Size Thermal Power Stations & Power Systems
12 Operational Strategy and Achievements of NTPC
13 Turnaround of Badarpur & UNchahar Thermal Power Station.
14 Mega Power Project Policy
15 Renovation and Modernisation of Power Plants
16 Measures to Produce and Supply Low-Cost Power
17 Power Problems Short-Term and Intermediate-Term Steps
18 Developing Power Projects:- Issues Concerning Guarantee for Payments
19 Role of Private Sector in Meeting the Capacity Expansion Programme During Next Three Decades
20 Management of Electricity Distribution in India: – Some Myths and Realities
21 Gas for Power Generation: – User Perspective
22 Power Transmission & Distribution in India: – Opportunities of Convergence
23 Concept Paper for Privatisation of Distribution System
24 SEB Reforms: – Initial Feedback of Orissa Restructuring
25 Management of Rural Electricity Supply
26 Need for Environment-Friendly use of Coal for Power Generation
27 Some Coal Related Issues for Consideration
28 Strategic Value of Fossil Fuels: – Challenges and Responses
29 Climate Change Issues for Developing and Growing Economies with Reference to India
30 Customer-The Focal Point of the Management Philosophy of BSES
31 Project Management: – NTPC Experience
32 Environment Concerns of NTPC

 

Curriculum of Power Sector Reforms – Paper 2nd  (IBM-E1062)

 

S.No. Topics
 1 Introduction:- Power Sector, Multi-Dimensional Features of Power Sector, Participatory Democracy: Sustainable Method for Establishing Legitimacy of Power Reform Policy Process, Critical Evaluation of Power Distribution Reform in Delhi, The Need for Reform of Reform, Distribution Sector Reform: Need of New Approach, Social Multi-Criteria Evaluation, Research Work, NAIADE ( Novel Approach to Imprecise Assessment and Decision Environment), Objective of Applying SMCE, The Structure of the Thesis.
2 Social Multi-Criteria Evaluation- A New Approach To Power Reform s:- Post-Normal Science, Social and Technical Incommensurability, Impact Matrix, Different Multi-Criteria Approach and Main Principles of Social Multi-Criteria Evaluation, SMCE Scheme, NAIADE (Novel Approach to Imprecise Assessment and Decision Environment), Scenario Construction.
3 Power Sector Reform: National And International Experiences: – Drivers For Power Sector Reform, Basic Models of Power Sector Reform, Design of Reform, Power Sector Reform: International Experience, Power Sector in India, Distribution Reform: State Initiative, Assessment of Power Reform in India.
4 Delhi Power Reforms: A Critical Evaluation:- Restructuring of Delhi Vidyut Board and Privatization of Distribution Business, Salient Features of Delhi Distribution Reforms, Major Objectives of Privatisation of Distribution Sector, The Critical Evaluation of Power Sector Reform in  Delhi, The Need For Reform, The Road Ahead.
5 SMCE: Approaching And Presentation Phase:- Objective of SMCE: Power Sector Sustainability, Conflicts Inherent in Power Sector, Application of SMCE, SMCE in Practice: Approaching Phase, Distribution Reform: What Next, Selection and Design of Alternatives (Future Scenarios), Designing New Equity Structure, SMCE in Phase: Representation Phase, Impact Matrix.
6 SMCE: In Practices: Evaluation And Learning Phase: – The  Multi-Criteria Evaluation Model in SMCE: Its Requisites, Understanding NAIADE, Choice of Weight: How it Has Been Handed?, How It Operates, Results and Interpretation, Equity Matrix Analysis, Sensitivity Analysis.
7 Road Ahead: – Analysis Of Results: Conclusion, Lesson Learnt, Recommendations, Some Final Words.

 

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