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The students of BBA (oil and gas) UPES visited to ONGC museum situated inside the TEL BHAVAN . The trip proved of immense help in gaining knowledge and exposure related to OIL AND NATURAL GAS ...

The students of BBA (oil and gas) UPES visited to ONGC museum situated inside the TEL BHAVAN . The trip proved of immense help in gaining knowledge and exposure related to OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION especially about the history as well as the invention of OIL & GAS in different parts of INDIA. Under the guidance of faculty Mr. Sunil Barthwal, students gathered memorable learning from this trip.
The museum is based on the discovery of ONGC as well as the upstream activities of ONGC. Upstream activities include exploration & production of oil.

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  • 1. BBA students visit to ONGC MuseumThe students of BBA (oil and gas) UPES visited to ONGC museum situated inside the TELBHAVAN . The trip proved of immense help in gaining knowledge and exposure relatedto OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION especially about the history as well as theinvention of OIL & GAS in different parts of INDIA. Under the guidance of faculty Mr.Sunil Barthwal, students gathered memorable learning from this trip.The museum is based on the discovery of ONGC as well as the upstream activities ofONGC. Upstream activities include exploration & production of oil.D.V. PRADHKAR EXPLAINING THE BASIC THINGS ABOUT ONGC MUSEUM as well as ABOUT THEPENDULUM IN THE MIDDLE NAMED AS “FOUCAULT
  • 2. MR V.B PRADKAR EXPLAINING “Formation of Oil to students” . ,THE FIRST PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS “THE LIQUID GOLD”, WHILE THE NEXT TWO WERE DIFFERENTOIL SAMPLES.PICTURES OF DIFFERENT OIL AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE AND CHART EXPLAINING“THE VISCOSITY EFFECT” WHILE TRANSPORTING CRUDE OIL.
  • 3. STUDENTS PLAYED THIS GAME TO TEST THEIR KNOWLEDGE ON OIL AND GAS.As can be seen in this photograph, three circles with an arrow and two buttons “red” and “green”at the bottom while at the top some information is written on the different balloons. In the centrethere was a stop watch showing the time limit. It was a type of game for testing the knowledge ofthe students in the field on oil and natural gas. Even many of the students played this game to testtheir knowledge and got the correct answer.Aquarium having multi colored fishes and the aquatic plants.BBA students saw aquarium outside the museum. There were world’s most beautiful aswell as unique fishes in the aquarium. There were fishes of different color and other smallaquatic animals & plants in the aquarium. The purpose of having this aquarium in themuseum was the “protection of aquatic life from the damage caused by oil activities”.Many oil companies are damaging the environment but ONGC keeps in mind theprotection of environment and tries to protect the environment as much as they can fromthe oil activities.
  • 4. th thiAFTER THE AQUARIUM STUDENTS SAW THE DIFFERENT ROCKS AND THE DEAD REMAINSOF DINOSAURUS. THE PHOTOGRAPH IS THE MIDDLE IS SHOWING THE BONES OF WILDANIMALS WHICH DIED THOUSANDS OF YEARS BACK. THE REST PHOTOGRAPHS ARE OFTHE DIFFERENT ROCKS FOUND INSIDE THE EARTH.After the dead remains, students saw the FPSO. The most interesting thing was that itwas the working model of FPSO showing each and every function of FPSO step by step.As it was a working process, students found it interesting as well as easy to understand.
  • 5. The next was the statue of the workers near the oil rig and next to the statue was thecomputer displaying the facts about ONGC like the discovery of ONGC, it functions andother important featuresThen the students were shown the instruments in the oil rig and next to it was theWORKING in the OIL RIG.
  • 6. After that the students were shown the different PETROLEUM DISTILLATES and next toit were the CATALYSTS.Students shown the MAP OF INDIA marked with the REFINERIES UNDER ONGC,OTHER REFINERIES AND THE UPCOMING REFINERIES.
  • 7. Statues of the workers explaining the SAFETY MEASUREMENTS AT THEOIL RIG.Students were shown the information about different concepts like COAL BED METHANE, GASHYDRATES and also the functioning of the ONGC VIDESH LTD.
  • 8. Students were shown the MAPS showing the ASSESTS, BASINS & SERVICES of ONGC.Students were shown the INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY in ONGC, explaining thedifferent modern technologies used in ONGC.
  • 9. Then the students were taken to QUIZZING ZONE where they can play the quiz. Thequestions were totally based on all the information gathered during the museum visit. Itwas the last zone of the museum. It was fun recapitulating information by students in thiszone.Then both the groups were taken outside the museum to show the various machines inthe ONGC and their working.
  • 10. Group photograph was taken of the Mr.D.V. Pradhkar , withBBA(O&G) students and their course coordinator, Mr. Sunil Barthwal& accompanying faculty Dr. Vipul Sharma and Dr. P.C.Bahuguna OFUPES to make this visit MEMORABLE. A MEMORABLE ONGC VISIT BBA (O&G), 2010-2013