Economic Augmentation & Impact

This course will be focused not only in addressing technical barriers, providing engineering solutions, and
developing the scientific and engineering underpinnings of emerging products, and bio/solar/hydro/nuclear
power industries but also in human resource, culture and fine arts.

It will also create opportunities for individuals with a wide range of skills and training while supporting the
national strategy to develop diverse domestic energy resources as well as entrepreneurship.

It will help students to build a knowledgeable and well-trained workforce which will be an essential key part
for developing the domestic bio-economy to meet future energy demands.

The goal of the longer-term-focused study is to accelerate the implementation of the technologies by
developing a deeper knowledge of feedstock supply systems, biological systems, nuclear systems, thermal &
hydro systems, biochemical and thermochemical conversion processes and many more.

These comprehensions can ultimately be accustomed to develop new or improved technologies that increase
accessible inexpensive biomass supplies, improve conversion potency, and scale back conversion prices while
reducing carbon dioxide equivalent emissions and water use.
R&D is intended on moving current feedstock and conversion technologies from figment to bench to minimal scale.
It will eventually escalate the bio |solar |nuclear |thermal |hydro power production graph in the upcoming years
putting us among the nonpareil bracket for renewable energy manoeuvre.
It seems clear that it will lead to building a physical technological infrastructure as well as human resource
infrastructure for technology to fulfil its promise to higher education.

It will introduce a new educational paradigm in order to deliver an educational opportunity to a broader spectrum of

It replenishes new higher education system and will get better equipped to meet the needs of a complex and rapidly
changing society.