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    • Sectors &Programsat a GlanceCourse Offerings from UPESPlacements 2011/12InfrastructureOil & GasPower & Energy SystemsEnergy TradingLogistics & Supply ChainInternational BusinessAviationPort & ShippingAerospace & AvionicsAutomotiveRoboticsInformation System UPES THE NATION BUILDERS’ UNIVERSITY
    • 4200 STUDENTS 40+ SPECIALISED PROGRAMS 230+ FACULTY 3700 STUDENTS PLACED00
    • Located in the sylvan 30 acres Campus in the Himalayan foothills near Dehradun,UPES provides an environment that is conducive for higher education.Setup with the aim of catering to the demand for domain specific and industryready management & engineering professionals, UPES is committed to providingeducation, training, research, consultancy & outreach services in energy,Transportation, Infrastructure and their allied sectors.Within a short span of time since its inception in 2003, the institution has takenrapid strides towards achieving its goal of becoming a leader in imparting trulyworld-class education & developing talent of the very highest caliber.
    • Index
    • Nation Buildersin InfrastructureInfrastructure
    • Infrastructure is the backbone of any modern day economy. Be it boom time or a period of recession, theneed for multi-skilled workforce in the infrastructure development and maintenance industry is perennial.In the next two decades, India is expected to double its economic infrastructure in terms of roads,telecommunication systems, water supply, power generation, ports and airports. According to Prime MinisterDr. Manmohan Singh, Indias infrastructure and transportation sectors require nearly $400 billion USDinvestment over the next 7 - 8 years to develop world-class infrastructure that is so critical to meet Indiasgrowth targets.Projects like the Golden Quadrilateral (joining four metropolitan cities viz. Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai andMumbai through an 8-lane mega highway), Metro Rail and Sky Bus are inviting use of sophisticated andbreakthrough technologies and multi-skilled work force.Moreover, the Government of India is taking initiatives to further open up this sector to private players inorder to boost growth and development.Programs OfferedB.Tech Infrastructure Engineering? MBA Infrastructure Management* ?Industrial Tours Visits ofMundra Port, Gujarat?Indian Energy Exchange, New Delhi? Dignitaries Mr. A. K. Aggarwal ? in Downstream Sector Use of IT ? Accounting Crude Oil Small process projects in O&G ? Downstream Sector *Graduating in 2012
    • B.Tech Infrastructure Engineering Practical Semester VIOverview Engineering Graphics Lab I Electrical & Electronics Lab Structural Analysis II Transportation Engineering IIDesigned to create highly skilled Physics Lab II Design of Steel Structureconstruction and project management Engineering Workshop Foundation Engineeringprofessionals who are well-versed in the Environmental Engineeringplanning, design, cost estimation, Semester III Building Construction Project Cost Analysisbuilding, and maintenance of buildings. Mechanics of Solids Practical Fluid Mechanics I Steel Design PracticalThe program also covers topics like Basic Mechanical Engineering Project Cost Analysistransportation infrastructure and lifeline Surveying I Transportation Engineering Labstructures that involve bridges, dams, Communication Workshop III Environmental Engineering Labcanals, and structures for water supply and Minor Project IIsanitary units. Practical Computer Aided Engg. Graphics Comprehensive Viva I Surveying Lab Semester VII Fluid Mechanics Lab Formation, Evaluation & Well Logging Material Testing Lab I Infrastructure Construction Planning &Curriculum Semester IV Mathematics III Management Advanced Design of Structures Building Design & Drawing Hydraulic StructuresSemester I Environmental Engineering IIPhysics I Structural Analysis IChemistry I Concrete Technology Elective IMathematics I Engineering Geology Design & Construction of OffshoreMaterial Science Surveying II StructuresComputer Science Practical Optimization Methods and Its Appl. inCommunication Workshop I Infrastructure Engg.Environmental Studies Geology Lab Surveying Lab Finite Element MethodsBasic Infrastructure Engineering Ground Improvement Techniques Computer Aided Drawing LabPractical Concrete Testing Lab II PracticalPhysics Lab I Comprehensive Viva IIChemistry Lab Semester VComputer Lab Water Resource Engineering Semester VIII Fluid Mechanics II Oil Field Asset ManagementSemester II Applied Numerical Methods Infrastructure Safety & MaintenancePhysics II Soil Mechanics Building Law & EthicsMathematics II Transportation Engineering IBasic Electrical Engineering Design of Concrete Structures Elective IIBasic Electronics Engineering Infrastructure ModelingCommunication Workshop II Practical Pre-stressed ConcreteEngineering Graphics Fluid Lab II Structural DynamicsWorkshop Technology Soil Mechanics LabEngineering Mechanics Concrete Design Lab Practical Minor Project I Major Project II Industrial Visit Seminar II Nation Builders in Infrastructure
    • MBA Infrastructure ManagementOverview Curriculum Semester III Project Management & ContractThe program has been tailored to equip the Administration Semester I Business Policy & Strategyincumbent with all the relevant knowledge Economics & Management Decisions Econometricsand skill sets needed to tap possibilities Quantitative Techniques Non Conventional Methods ofthat have recently emerged in the rapidly Business Communication & Negotiation Infrastructure Creationevolving Infrastructure domain, Skills Urban Infrastructure Management & Organizational Behavior RegulationNot only does it impart managerial Infrastructure Development Urban Transport Infrastructureskills in core subjects, but also Infrastructure Sector Economy & Planning Managementspecialised domain related expertise in Economics & Management Decisions Financing Infrastructure Projectsinfrastructure management, contract IT Applications in Infrastructure Dissertation I Accounting in Infrastructure Sectoradministration, non-conventional Semester IVmethods of infrastructure creation, Semester II BOOT/ BOLT Agreementfinance, IT, and accounting, specifically Operations & Materials Management Infrastructure for Rural & Social Sectorsin the context of the infrastructure Marketing Management and E-Governancesector. Research Methodology and Applied Resourcing for Infrastructure Statistics Dissertation II Human Resource Management Strategic Issues in Infrastructure Creation Infrastructure Management Infrastructure Law & Policy Industrial Visits FDI in Infrastructure SectorNation Builders in Infrastructure
    • Nation Buildersin Oil & GasOil & Gas
    • India is the fifth largest energy consumer and the sixth inrefining capacity globally. Out of the six Indian companies Programs Offeredthat have made it to the Fortune Global 500 list, five belong B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering withto the petroleum sector. Indian Oil & Gas companies are specialisation in Upstreamalso expanding their global reach by picking oil equity in B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering withVietnam, Russia, Sudan, Myanmar, Iraq, Libya, Syria and specialisation in Gas StreamYemen besides commencing marketing operations in Sri B. Tech. Chemical Engineering withLanka, Mauritius, Sudan, Romania, Venezuela, Russia, specialisation in Refining & Petrochemicals*Kazakhstan and UK. B. Tech. Geo Informatics EngineeringA huge captive demand for energy, excellent policy initiatives B. Tech. Geo Sciences Engineeringlike the New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP) by the BBA Oil & Gas MarketingGovernment of India, some world class discoveries in the MBA Oil & Gas ManagementKrishna-Godavari (KG) basin, Rajasthan, etc. andglobalization of the Indian corporate sector, have all M. Tech. Health Safety & Environmentalprovided a fillip to the Indian Oil & Gas sector. NELP VI, Engineeringawarded in March 2007, is expected to bring in investment M. Tech. Pipeline Engineeringof USD 8 - 10 billion. NELP VII is expected to offer 70 - 80 M. Tech. Process Design Engineeringblocks (compared to 55 in NELP VI) and hence similar, if not M. Tech. Petroleum Explorationadditional, investment is expected.With 26 sedimentary basins in an area of 3.14 millionsquare kms. and prognosticated reserves of 28 billiontonnes of oil equivalent of gas, India is relatively unexploredwith only 18% of area extensively explored (Source: DGH).While these are some clear indicators of the growthpotential for this sector, the latest PwC-Petrofed report alsoprojects a huge shortage of skilled manpower andprofessionals in the Indian Oil & Gas industry, which will hitabout 30,000 by the year 2012. Remuneration packages inthe Oil & Gas industry are also set to rise
    • B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineeringwith specialisation in Upstream Physics Lab II Semester VIOverview Chemistry Lab II Applied Numerical Methods Semester III Reservoir Engineering IIThe program trains students in Petroleum Well Log Analysis and Well TestingEngineering and focuses primarily on the Mathematics III Mechanics of Solids Industrial ManagementExploration & Production of Oil & Gas. Material Science Introduction to Petroleum Operations Thermodynamics & Heat Engines PracticalStudents gain a thorough knowledge of all Communication Workshop III Minor Project IIthe major technical aspects in relation to Programming Language and DBMS Comprehensive Viva Ithe entire hydrocarbon value-chain, and Applied Geology IIthe strategic techno-commercial issues Semester VIIrelevant to the domain. Practical Offshore Drilling & Production Operations Engineering Graphics Lab II Production Engineering II Material Testing Lab Pipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas Petroleum Product Testing Lab Programming Language and DBMS Lab Elective I Petroleum Production Systems DesignCurriculum Semester IV Fluid Mechanics Reservoir Modeling & Simulation Coal Bed Methane TechnologySemester I Basic Electrical Engineering Basic Electronics Engineering PracticalPhysics I Reservoir & Production Engineering LabChemistry I Applied Geology III Surveying Major Project IMathematics I SeminarComputer Science Drilling Engineering & Well CompletionCommunication Workshop I Communication Workshop IV Industrial TrainingWorkshop Technology I Comprehensive Viva IIEnvironmental Studies Practical Fluid Mechanics Lab Semester VIIIPractical Electrical & Electronics Lab Petroleum Engineering EconomicsPhysics Lab I Surveying Lab Health, Safety & EnvironmentChemistry Lab I Geology Lab ManagementComputer Lab Well StimulationEngineering Workshop Semester V Elective II Production Engineering ISemester II Reservoir Engineering I Enhanced Oil RecoveryPhysics II Natural Gas Engineering Developing LNG Production & HandlingChemistry II Heat Transfer Processes PracticalMathematics II Chemical Thermodynamics Major Project IIEngineering GraphicsCommunication Workshop II PracticalMaterial & Energy Flow Competition Heat Transfer LabApplied Geology I Drilling Fluids & Cement Lab Minor Project IPractical Industrial VisitEngineering Graphics Lab I Chemical Thermodynamics Nation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineeringwith specialisation in Downstream Introduction to Petroleum Operations Petroleum Refining & PetrochemicalOverview Thermodynamics & Heat Engines Material & Energy Flow Computation Technology Natural Gas Processing & Utilisation Technical Communication Industrial Management Programming Language & DBMS Practical Practical Reservoir Engineering Lab Engineering Graphics Lab II Mass Transfer Lab Electrical Lab Minor Project IICurriculum Petroleum Production Testing Lab Comprehensive Viva I Programming Language & DBMS LabSemester I Semester VIIPhysics I Semester IV Offshore Drilling & ProductionChemistry I Fluid Mechanics Pipeline Transportation of Oil & GasMathematics I Applied Geology III Production Engg. IIApplied Geology I Surveying Refining Process, Modeling & SimulationComputer Fundamentals & Operations Drilling Engineering & Well Completion Petrochemical ProcessesProfessional Communication I Mass Transfer Operations Chemical Reaction EngineeringWorkshop Technology Mechanics of Solids PracticalPractical Practical Production Engineering LabPhysics Lab I Fluid Mechanics Lab Major Project IChemistry Lab I Geology Lab II Seminar IComputer Lab Surveying Lab Industrial TrainingProfessional Communication Lab I Technical Communication WorkshopEngineering Workshop Semester VIII Semester V Petroleum Engineering EconomicsSemester II Production Engineering I Safety, Health & Environmental Mgmt.Physics II Reservoir Engineering I Petroleum Refining EngineeringChemistry II Natural Gas EngineeringMathematics II Practical Heat Transfer Processes Major Project IIApplied Geology II Instrumentation & ControlEngineering Graphics Seminar II Chemical Thermodynamics Comprehensive Viva IIProfessional Communication II Power SystemsEnvironmental Studies PracticalPractical Heat Transfer LabGeology Lab I Drilling Fluids & Cementation LabEngineering Graphics Lab I Materials Testing LabPhysics Lab II Minor Project IChemistry Lab II Industrial VisitProfessional Communication Lab II Semester VISemester III Applied Numerical MethodsMathematics III Reservoir Engineering IIBasic Electrical Engineering Well Log Analysis & Well TestingNation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineeringwith specialisation in Gas Practical Semester VIOverview Engineering Graphics Lab I Physics Lab II Applied Numerical Methods Basics of Petroleum Refining &The program is intended for technical Chemistry Lab II Petrochemical Technologyprofessionals who are fit to take on Communication Workshop Lab II Natural Gas Processing & Utilisationengineering responsibilities across the Industrial Managemententire value-chain of the Gas Industry – a Semester III Chemical Reaction Engineeringspecialization that has seen growing Mathematics III Air Fractionation & Purification of Gases Basic Electrical Engineeringdemand in recent years. Practical Basic Electronics Engineering Introduction to Petroleum Operations Minor Project IIDesigned to help students understand and Thermodynamics & Heat Engines Comprehensive Viva Iapply the best global practices in the fields Material & Energy Flow Computation Reaction Engineering Labof natural gas processing, gas Communication Workshop IIItransportation and gas utilization, and Semester VII Practical Pipeline Transportation of Oil & Gasspecif ic upstream activities that Engineering Graphics Lab IIencompass exploration, storage and Gas Processing & Equipment Design Electrical & Electronics Lab Petrochemical Process Technology &production. Petroleum Production Testing Lab Polymers Semester IV City Gas Distribution & Pipeline Networks Fluid Mechanics Elective I Mass Transfer Operations I Coal Bed Methane Technology Chemical Thermodynamics Developing LNG, Production & HandlingCurriculum Drilling Engineering & Well Completion Programming Language & DBMS Practical Major Project I Engineering Mechanics & Mechanics of SeminarSemester I SolidsPhysics I Industrial Training Communication Workshop IV Comprehensive Viva IIChemistry IMathematics I PracticalComputer Science Fluid Mechanics Lab Semester VIIICommunication Workshop I Materials Testing Lab Safety, Health & Environmental Mgmt.Workshop Technology Mass Transfer Lab Petroleum Engineering EconomicsPractical Programming Language & DBMS Lab Elective IIPhysics Lab I Natural Gas Processes: Modeling & Semester V SimulationChemistry Lab I Instrumentation & ControlComputer Lab CNG Based Green Fuels Natural Gas EngineeringProfessional Communication Lab I Heat Transfer Processes PracticalEngineering Workshop Mass Transfer Operations II Major Project IISemester II Gasification & Gas to Liquid TechnologyPhysics II Materials ScienceChemistry II PracticalMathematics II Heat Transfer LabApplied Geology Instrumentation & Control LabEngineering Graphics Minor Project ICommunication Workshop II Industrial VisitEnvironmental Studies
    • Integrated BBA Oil & Gas Marketing +MBA Oil & Gas Management Semester VOverview Customer Relationship Management Business Policy & Strategy Negotiating Skills Petro Retail Economics Industry Visit Health, Safety and Environment in the Petroleum Industry Minor Project ICurriculum Semester VI Project ManagementSemester I Business Process OutsourcingBusiness Organisation Lubricant MarketingBusiness Economics I Gas Fundamentals & MarketingBusiness Mathematics Petroleum Business Regulations & LawsBusiness Accounting Minor Project IIBusiness Communication IBusiness Computing Semester VIISemester II Petroleum Industry AccountingOrganisational Behavior Quantitative TechniquesBusiness Economics II IT Applications in the Petroleum SectorBusiness Statistics Fundamentals of RefiningFinancial Management Fundamentals of Petroleum ExplorationBusiness Communication II Semester VIIIMarketing Management Project ManagementSemester III Fundamentals of Petroleum ExplorationHuman Resource Management Understanding the Petro ChemicalOperations and Materials Management BusinessLogistics and Supply Chain Management Marketing SpecialisationOil/ Gas Storage & TransportationConsumer Behavior and Market Research Industrial MarketingPetroleum Retail Development Service MarketingSemester IV Finance Specialisation International Finance ManagementInternational BusinessAdvertising & Sales Promotion Energy Derivatives & Risk ManagementResearch Methodology & Report Writing Security Analysis & Portfolio Mgmt.Understanding the Oil & Gas Business Dissertation IPetroleum Retail MarketingInternet & Petroleum E-CommerceIndustrial Visit
    • B. Tech Applied Petroleum Engineeringwith specialisation in Upstream + MBA Oil& Gas Management Practical Semester VIIOverview Engineering Graphics Lab II Electrical Lab Offshore Drilling & Production Operations Production Engineering II Petroleum Product Testing Lab Pipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas Programming Language & DBMS Lab Upstream Specialisation Semester IV Petroleum Production Systems Design Fluid Mechanics Reservoir Modeling & Simulation Applied Geology III Surveying PracticalCurriculum Drilling Engineering & Well Completion Mass Transfer Operations Production Engineering Lab Major Project ISemester I Mechanics of Solids Seminar IPhysics I Industrial Training PracticalChemistry I Fluid Mechanics Lab Semester VIIIMathematics I Geology Lab II Petroleum Engineering EconomicsApplied Geology I Surveying Lab Health, Safety & EnvironmentalComputer Fundamentals & Operations Technical Communication WorkshopProfessional Communication I ManagementWorkshop Technology Semester V Upstream SpecialisationPractical Production Engineering I Well StimulationPhysics Lab I Reservoir Engineering I Enhanced Oil RecoveryChemistry Lab I Natural Gas Engineering Heat Transfer Processes PracticalComputer Lab Major Project IIProfessional Communication Lab I Instrumentation & Control Power Systems Seminar IIEngineering Workshop Comprehensive Viva II Chemical ThermodynamicsSemester II Semester IXPhysics II Practical Heat Transfer Lab Research Methodology and App. StatisticsChemistry II Petroleum Industry AccountingMathematics II Drilling Fluids & Cement Lab Materials Testing Lab Understanding the Petro ChemicalApplied Geology II BusinessEngineering Graphics Minor Project IProfessional Communication II Industrial Visit Instrumentation & ControlEnvironmental Studies POL: Retailing Semester VI Operations & Materials ManagementPractical Applied Numerical Methods Petro EconomicsGeology Lab I Reservoir Engineering II Project Mgmt. & Contract AdministrationEngineering Graphics Lab I Well Log Analysis and Well Testing Dissertation IPhysics Lab II Petroleum Refining & Petrochemical Tech.Chemistry Lab II Natural Gas Processing & Utilisation Semester XProfessional Communication Lab II Industrial Management International Business Management Business Policy & StrategySemester III Practical Petroleum Financial ManagementMathematics III Reservoir Engineering Lab Understanding the Natural Gas BusinessBasic Electrical Engineering Mass Transfer Lab Supply Chain & Logistics for theIntroduction to Petroleum Operations Minor Project IIThermodynamics & Heat Engines Petroleum Industry Comprehensive Viva I E- Enterprise ManagementMaterial & Energy Flow ComputationTechnical Communication Dissertation IIProgramming Language & DBMS
    • B. Tech Applied Petroleum Engineeringwith specialisation in Downstream + MBAOil & Gas Management Practical Semester VIIOverview Engineering Graphics Lab II Electrical Lab Offshore Drilling & Production Operations Production Engineering II Petroleum Product Testing Lab Pipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas Programming Language & DBMS Lab Downstream Specialisation Semester IV Chemical Reaction Engineering Fluid Mechanics Petrochemical Processes Applied Geology III Petroleum Refining Systems Design SurveyingCurriculum Drilling Engineering & Well Completion Mass Transfer Operations Practical Production Engineering LabSemester I Mechanics of Solids Major Project IPhysics I Seminar I Practical Industrial TrainingChemistry I Fluid Mechanics LabMathematics I Geology Lab II Semester VIIIApplied Geology I Surveying Lab Petroleum Engineering EconomicsComputer Fundamentals & Operations Technical Communication WorkshopProfessional Communication I Health, Safety & EnvironmentalWorkshop Technology Semester V ManagementPractical Production Engineering I Downstream SpecialisationPhysics Lab I Reservoir Engineering I Petroleum Refining Process Modeling &Chemistry Lab I Natural Gas Engineering SimulationComputer Lab Heat Transfer Processes Instrumentation & Control PracticalProfessional Communication Lab I Major Project IIEngineering Workshop Power Systems Chemical Thermodynamics Seminar IISemester II Comprehensive Viva IIPhysics II Practical Heat Transfer Lab Semester IXChemistry II Research Methodology and App. StatisticsMathematics II Drilling Fluids & Cement Lab Materials Testing Lab Petroleum Industry AccountingApplied Geology II Understanding the Petro ChemicalEngineering Graphics Minor Project IProfessional Communication II Industrial Visit BusinessEnvironmental Studies Instrumentation & Control Semester VI POL: RetailingPractical Applied Numerical Methods Operations & Materials ManagementGeology Lab I Reservoir Engineering II Petro EconomicsEngineering Graphics Lab I Well Log Analysis and Well Testing Project Mgmt. & Contract AdministrationPhysics Lab II Petroleum Refining & Petrochemical Tech. Dissertation IChemistry Lab II Natural Gas Processing & UtilisationProfessional Communication Lab II Industrial Management Semester X International Business ManagementSemester III Practical Business Policy & StrategyMathematics III Reservoir Engineering Lab Petroleum Financial ManagementBasic Electrical Engineering Mass Transfer Lab Understanding the Natural Gas BusinessIntroduction to Petroleum Operations Minor Project IIThermodynamics & Heat Engines Supply Chain & Logistics for the Comprehensive Viva I Petroleum IndustryMaterial & Energy Flow ComputationTechnical Communication E-Enterprise ManagementProgramming Language & DBMS Dissertation II
    • B. Tech Applied Petroleum Engineering +MBA Upstream Asset Management Practical Semester VIIOverview Engineering Graphics Lab II Electrical Lab Offshore Drilling & Production Operations Production Engineering II Petroleum Product Testing Lab Pipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas Programming Language & DBMS Lab Upstream Specialisation Semester IV Petroleum Production System Design Fluid Mechanics Reservoir Modeling & Simulation Applied Geology III Surveying Downstream SpecialisationCurriculum Drilling Engineering & Well Completion Mass Transfer Operations Chemical Reaction Engineering Petrochemical ProcessesSemester I Mechanics of Solids Petroleum Refining Systems DesignPhysics I Practical PracticalChemistry I Fluid Mechanics Lab Production Engineering LabMathematics I Geology Lab II Major Project IApplied Geology I Surveying Lab Seminar IComputer Fundamentals & Operations Technical Communication Workshop Industrial TrainingProfessional Communication IWorkshop Technology Semester V Semester VIIIPractical Production Engineering I Petroleum Engineering EconomicsPhysics Lab I Reservoir Engineering I Health, Safety & EnvironmentalChemistry Lab I Natural Gas Engineering ManagementComputer Lab Heat Transfer Processes Instrumentation & Control Upstream SpecialisationProfessional Communication Lab I Well StimulationEngineering Workshop Power Systems Chemical Thermodynamics Enhanced Oil RecoverySemester II Downstream SpecialisationPhysics II Practical Heat Transfer Lab Petroleum Refining Process Modeling &Chemistry II SimulationMathematics II Drilling Fluids & Cement LabApplied Geology II Materials Testing Lab PracticalEngineering Graphics Minor Project I Major Project IIProfessional Communication II Industrial Visit Seminar IIEnvironmental Studies Comprehensive Viva II Semester VIPractical Applied Numerical Methods Semester IXGeology Lab I Reservoir Engineering II Petroleum Industry AccountingEngineering Graphics Lab I Well Log Analysis and Well Testing Research Methodology and App. StatisticsPhysics Lab II Petroleum Refining & Petrochemical Tech. Surface FacilitiesChemisty Lab II Natural Gas Processing & Utilisation Petro EconomicsProfessional Communication Lab II Industrial Management Operations & Materials ManagementSemester III Practical Upstream Asset ManagementMathematics III Reservoir Engineering Lab Project Mgmt. & Contract AdministrationBasic Electrical Engineering Mass Transfer Lab Dissertation IIntroduction to Petroleum Operations Minor Project II Semester XThermodynamics & Heat Engines Comprehensive Viva IMaterial & Energy Flow Computation Oil Equity Acquisition and Asset AllocationTechnical Communication Business Policy & StrategyProgramming Language & DBMS Petroleum Financial Management Understanding the Natural Gas Business
    • B. Tech. Geo Informatics Engineering Physics Lab II PracticalOverview Chemistry Lab II Geology Lab I Mechanical Engineering Lab Drilling Fluids & Cementation LabThe program entails understanding the Minor Project Iprocessing and simulation of scientific Semester III Industrial Visitsdata required for the construction and Mathematics IIImonitoring of Geo-structures, and Applied Geology III Semester VI Fluid Mechanics Basin Analysisenvironmental modelling & analysis, Thermodynamics & Heat Engines Geo-Thermal Scienceleading to careers in analytical simulation/ Introduction to Geo-informatics Digital Image Processingsoftware development. Basic Electronics Engineering Spatial Database System Basic Electrical Engineering Analytical Methods in Geo-Science Communication Workshop III Industrial Management Practical Practical Engineering Graphics Lab II Minor Project IICurriculum Geology Lab II Fluid Mechanics Lab Comprehensive Viva I Electrical & Electronics Lab Semester VIISemester I Formation Evaluation & Well LoggingPhysics I Semester IV Geophysical Data Acquisition: ProcessingChemistry I Methods of Petroleum Exploration I & InterpretationMathematics I Planning & Surveying Application of Geo Informatics IApplied Geology I Statistical Methods in Geo-SciencesComputer Science Programming Language and DBMS Elective ICommunication Workshop I Instrumentation and Control Principles of Reservoir EngineeringEnvironmental Studies Communication Workshop IV Spatial Data Analysis & ModelingPractical Practical PracticalPhysics Lab I Surveying Lab Major Project IChemistry Lab I Programming Language and DBMS Lab SeminarComputer Lab Instrumentation and Control Lab Industrial Training Comprehensive Viva IISemester II Semester VPhysics II Drilling Engineering and Well Completion Semester VIIIChemistry II Methods of Petroleum Exploration II Oil Field Asset ManagementMathematics II Rock Mechanics and Geo Technical Application of Geo Informatics IIApplied Geology II Engineering Elective IIEngineering Graphics Sedimentology Mobile MappingCommunication Workshop II Engineering Materials Photogrammetry: Remote Sensing, FIS PracticalPractical Major Project IIEngineering Graphics Lab I and GPS Nation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • B. Tech. Geo Sciences Engineering Chemistry Lab II Industrial Visit Overview Semester III Semester VI A unique blend of Geology and Geophysics, Mathematics III Basin Analysis the program aims to provide students an in- Applied Geology III Geo-Thermal Science Fluid Mechanics Applied Micro Paleontology depth knowledge of Geo Science Thermodynamics & Heat Engines exploration in Oil & Gas, and Geo-data Soil Mechanics and Foundation Ground Water Exploration Engineering analysis & interpretation. Basic Electrical Engineering Industrial Management Basic Electronics Engineering Analytical Methods in Geosciences Communication Workshop III Practical Practical Minor Project II Engineering Graphics Lab II Comprehensive Viva I Curriculum Geology Lab Fluid Mechanics Lab Semester VII Formation, Evaluation & Well Logging Semester I Semester IV Methods in Structural Geology Physics I Methods of Petroleum Exploration I Geophysical Data Acquisition: Processing Chemistry I Methods of Petroleum Exploration II & Interpretation Mathematics I Planning & Surveying Applied Geology I Statistical Method in Geosciences Practical Computer Science Programming Language and DBMS Comprehensive Viva II Communication Workshop I Instrumentation & Control Major Project I Environmental Studies Communication Workshop IV Seminar I Industrial Training Practical Practical Physics Lab I Programming Language and DBMS Lab Elective I Chemistry Lab I Surveying Lab Principles of Petroleum Production Computer Lab I Engineering Semester V Principles of reservoir Engineering Semester II Drilling Engineering & Well Completion Physics II Applied Numerical Methods Semester VIII Chemistry II Photogrammetry Remote Sensing, GIS & Oil Field Asset Management Mathematics II GPS HSE Management Applied Geology II Rock Mechanics & Geo-Technical Elective II Engineering Graphics I Engineering Petro Economics and Risk Management Communication Workshop II Sedimentology in Exploration Workshop Technology Engineering Materials Petroleum Law and Contract Practical Practical Administration Engineering Workshop Mechanical Engineering Lab Practical Engineering Graphics Lab I Drilling Fluids & Cementation Lab Major Project II Physics Lab II Minor Project I00 Nation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • BBA Oil & Gas Marketing Operations & Materials ManagementOverview Logistics and Supply Chain Management Consumer Behavior & Market ResearchIndia’s Oil & Gas industry is well-poised to Petroleum Retail Developmentfurther fuel the growth of its economy. Semester IV International BusinessThis program aims to create industry ready Advertising & Sales Promotionmarketing professionals that specialise in Research Methodology & Report WritingPetro-retailing and Lubes marketing. Understanding new Energy Resources Internet & Petroleum E-CommerceStudents are exposed to various aspects of Petroleum Business Regulation & Lawthe Oil & Gas industry in order to Industrial Visitunderstand and develop the skills neededto manage challenges faced in the sales & Semester V Customer Relationship Managementmarketing of petroleum products and their Business Policy & Strategyallied services. Negotiating Skills Health Safety and Environment in the Petroleum Industry Summer Internship Dissertation ICurriculum Semester VISemester I Project ManagementBusiness Organization Entrepreneurship and VentureBusiness Economics I ManagementBusiness Mathematics Lubricant MarketingBusiness Accounting Gas Fundamentals and MarketingBusiness Communication I Dissertation IIBusiness ComputingSemester IIOrganizational BehaviorBusiness Economics IIBusiness StatisticsFinancial ManagementBusiness Communication IIMarketing ManagementUnderstanding the Oil & Gas BusinessSemester IIIHuman Resource Management Nation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • MBA Oil & Gas Management Semester III Overview Project Management & Contract Administration Fo r s t u d e n t s ke e n t o p u r s u e a International Business Management management career in the fast growing Oil Business Policy & Strategy & Gas domain, this unique program aims to Econometrics produce its future managers and leaders, POL: Retailing and is designed to inculcate in them a Understanding the Petro Chemical thorough understanding of strategic Business business issues across the entire Supply Chain & Logistics for the hydrocarbon value chain. Petroleum Industry Financing Petroleum Sector Projects Dissertation I Semester IV E-Enterprise Management Curriculum Oil & Gas Law & Policy Health, Safety & Environment for Semester I Petroleum Economics & Management Decisions Dissertation II Quantitative Techniques Business Communication Negotiation Skills 5% Organizational Behavior Fundamentals of Oil & Gas Business 10% Fundamentals of Petroleum Exploration IT Applications in the Petroleum Sector Petroleum Industry Accounting 7% Semester II Operations & Materials Management Marketing Management 8% Research Methodology and Applied Statistics 70% Human Resource Management Understanding of the Natural Gas Business Petro Economics Fundamentals of Refining Petroleum Financial Management Industrial Visit00 Nation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • M. Tech. Health Safety & EnvironmentalEngineering Petroleum Exploration & Petro RefineryOverview Elective IIThis program provides an innovative, high- HAZOP & HAZAN Techniquesquality learning opportunity in Health, HSE in the Infrastructure IndustrySafety & Environmental Engineering and Elective IManagement. Basics of Infrastructure Engineering Elective IIIt is a professional degree that enables its Construction Safetystudents to manage the safety needs of HSE in Power Industryorganizations in a variety of occupational Elective Ienvironments, with a special focus on the Introduction to Power Systempetroleum sector. Elective II Safety in Electrical Design Seminar on Assigned Topics Semester IIICurriculum Green Fuels and their Environmental ImpactSemester I Risk Analysis and ManagementEnvironment Management Fire Risk & ManagementTotal Quality Management Clean Development MechanismElements of a Safety Management Safety in Drilling & ProductionSystem Summer Internship SeminarOccupational Health & Safety Dissertation IManagementHealth, Safety & Environmental Lab Semester IVStatutory Rules & Regulations Project IIClean Development MechanismsSemester IIElectrical SafetyTotal Predictive MaintenancePrinciples of Process SafetySafety in Industrial Operations & DesignProject Management and ContractAdministrationSpecializationHSE in Process IndustryElective I Nation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • M. Tech. Pipeline Engineering Project Management and Contract Overview Administration Structural Engineering and Vibration in Students of this program learn the Pipelines principles behind designing pipelines, the Software Engineering optimisation of in-plant pipeline design, Seminar on Assigned Topics m a te r i a l s e l e c t i o n , a n d t h e u s e international standards like API, ANSI, Semester III Defect Assessment & Maintenances in ASTM & ASME. Pipeline II Equipment and Machinery Maintenance The program’s inputs are relevant in Telemetry/ SCADA Systems engineering activities like the construction Pipeline Network Analysis & maintenance of cross country pipelines, ESM and its Application in the Petro pipeline operations, pipeline integrity Sector systems, investigation of pipeline defects, Database Management Systems repairs & maintenance,etc. Summer Internship Summer Internship Seminar Project II Semester IV Project II Curriculum Semester I Pumps and Compressors: Selection, Sizing & Specifications Basics of Petroleum Refining & Petrochemicals Transport Phenomena Numerical Methods in Engineering Petroleum Transport Systems & Operations I Route Surveying and Planning GIS Image Processing for the Petroleum Industry Semester II Petroleum Transport Systems & Operations II Defect Assessment & Maintenance in Pipelines I System Analysis & Optimisation00 Nation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • M. Tech. Process Design Engineering AutomationOverview Seminar on Assigned TopicsThe program develops professionals with Semester IIIdomain knowledge of the various Process Modeling & Simulationprocessing steps involved in the Chemical/ Gas Processing TechnologyPetroleum/ Petrochemical industries and Process Design & Flow Sheeting Pressure Vessel Design & Design oftheir inter-connections, so as to transform Column Internalsraw materials into finished products in an ESM & its Applications to the Petroleumoptimal way. Sector Pumps and Compressors: Design &Students are equipped with skills to select Selectionan appropriate plant/ process design, Summer Internshipdetermine economic viability, safety, Summer Internship Seminarproduct quality, and environmental impact Project Ithrough a rigorous, industry oriented Semester IVtheoretical and practical curriculum. Project II Physics Lab II Chemistry Lab IICurriculumSemester IThe Separation ProcessAdvanced ThermodynamicsTransport PhenomenaBasics of Petroleum Refining &PetrochemicalsNumerical Methods in EngineeringChemical Reaction Engineering andReactor DesignSemester IIPlant Utility Equipment & SystemsHeat Transfer Principles & EquipmentSystem Analysis and OptimisationSoftware EngineeringProject Management and ContractAdministrationProcess Plant Instrumentation & Nation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • M. Tech. Petroleum Exploration Elective IOverview Sell Seismic Methods Statistical Methods in GeosciencesThe program aims to develop specialised Applied Micropaleontologytalent with domain knowledge in all the Sedimentologyaspects of refining and petrochemical Subsurface Geological Methodsscience & engineering, including materials Electronics & Geo-Physicalscience, refining & petrochemical Instrumentationproduction processes, waste disposal, and Modern Analytical Methods in Geonew process technologies. Sciences Oil/ Gas Field Development Semester IV Project IICurriculumSemester IPetroleum GeologyMethods in Petroleum Exploration IBasin AnalysisMethods in Structural AnalysisRemote Sensing, GIS & GPSComputer Programming & AppliedNumerical Methods in Science &EngineeringSemester IIMethods in Petroleum Exploration IIGeophysical Data Acquisition &ProcessingDrilling Technology & Well CompletionIntroduction to Production EngineeringIntroduction to Petroleum ReservoirEngineeringFormation Evaluation & Well LoggingSemester IIIGeophysical Data InterpretationEconomics & Risk Mgmt. in ExplorationHSE Challenges in Petroleum OperationsPetroleum Law & Contract AdministrationNation Builders in Oil & Gas
    • Nation Buildersin Power &Energy SystemsPower & Energy Systems
    • The Indian Power sector has been at the forefront of the Indian growth story. With huge captive coalreserves, significant potential for generation of power from renewable energy sources, and a highlyinvestor friendly Government policy for setting up greenfield power projects, the Indian Power sector isrife with untapped opportunities.Currently, India is the sixth largest power consumer in the world. With plans to add 78.7 GW of powergeneration capacity till March 2012, India will also be among the largest electricity generatingcountries. India’s electricity consumption is expected to grow at 8-10% per annum to keep pace withits accelerating economic growth. The sector is expected to offer investment opportunities in excessof around US $ 500 billion over the next decade.Initiatives such as the Electricity Act 2003, Accelerated Power Development Reform Program (APDRP)and Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPPs), with annual capacity of 4 GW each by the Ministry of Poweraugur well in terms of opportunities for professionals focused on this sector. The Indian power sectoris at a critical point in its development and its progress is imperative to sustain India’s economicgrowth.There is also significant potential in India for generation of power from renewable energy sources,such as Wind, Small Hydro, Biomass and Solar Energy. India is ranked No. 2 in bio-gas withinstallation of over 40 lakh Biogas plants and No. 4 in Wind Energy Development globally by achieving7,300 MW power connecting to grids. The Ministry has set a target of 12,000 MW fresh capacityaddition in the next five years, including 7,000 MW from the wind energy segment, 2,500 MW fromHydel sources and the rest from co-generation. Overall, the Government is targeting up to 80,000 MWof power generation capacity through renewable sources by 2032.NTPC has lined up plans to invest Rs. 6,000 crore in creating 1,000 MW of renewable energy capacityover the next 10 years. NTPC also plans to add 30-50 MW from geothermal power projects and 35MW from small biomass and solar sources.ProgramsOfferedB. Tech. Power System EngineeringM. Tech. Energy SystemsMBA Power Management
    • B. Tech. Power System Engineering Materials Science AuxiliariesOverview OOPs using C++ Power Plant Electrical Machines & SystemsThis program, at the intersection of electric Practical Programming Lab Applied Numerical Methodspower, economics and management, Electrical & Electronics Measurement Engineering Graphics Lab Ip r e p a r e s p ro fe s s i o n a l s i n p owe r Physics Lab II Hydro Power Engineeringgeneration, transmission & distribution, Engineering Workshop Lab Practicaland power equipment. Microprocessor Lab Semester III Electrical & Electronic Measurement LabStudents can also equipped to switch over Mathematics III Minor Project Ito other specialisations like energy Thermodynamics Industrial Visitconser vation, renewable energy Mechanics of Solids Power System Modeling & Simulation Labengineering, and sustainable Electrical Machines Idevelopment. Electric Circuit Theory Semester VI Analog Electronics Power System Protection & Switchgear Communication Workshop III Power Transmission Practical Power Distribution and Utilisation Electrical Machine Lab I Power Plant Control & Instrumentation Power Electronics & Electrical DrivesCurriculum Materials Testing Lab Electrical Circuit Lab I Substation DesigningSemester I Electronics Lab PracticalPhysics I Engineering Thermodynamics Lab Power System Protection & SwitchgearChemistry Lab Semester IV Power Electronics & Electrical Drives LabMathematics I Applied Fluid MechanicsEngineering Mechanics Minor Project II Communication Workshop IV Comprehensive Viva IComputer Science Electrical MachinesCommunication Workshop I Heat & Mass Transfer Processes Semester VIIEnvironmental Studies Control Engineering Petrochemical ProcessesPractical Energy Conversion Renewable Power Distribution &Physics Lab I Digital Electronics UtilizationChemistry Lab Practical Power Plant Operation & MaintenanceComputer Lab Digital Electronics Lab Power System Analysis & StabilityEngineering Mechanics Control Engineering Lab Project Management & Contact Electric Machines Lab AdministrationSemester IIPhysics II Thermal Lab Elective IMathematics II Fluid Machines Lab Nuclear Power GenerationEngineering Graphics IC Engineering & Gas DynamicsCommunication Workshop II Semester V Power Generation Engineering PracticalWorkshop Technology Steam Generators & Turbines and their Minor Project I Seminar I Industrial Training Semester VIII Conservation & Energy Audit Load Dispatch & Regulatory Issues Nation Builders in Power & Energy Systems IE Rules & Electrical Safety Practical
    • M. Tech. Energy Systems EquipmentOverview Performance Analysis of Electrical EquipmentsThe course is designed keeping in mind the Process Optimisationdemand for a new breed of energy Specialisation in Renewable Energyprofessionals to promote the development Biomass Conversion Technologiesof renewable energy. Solar Energy Wind & Small Hydro Power SystemsIt enables students to meet the Summer Internshipcommitment required to combat the issues Summer Internship Seminarof climate change and environmental Project Isustainability. Semester IV Project IICurriculumSemester IEnergy Scenario & Energy FormsFuels & CombustionThermal Utilities IGeneration, Transmission & DistributionThermodynamics & Heat TransferSystemsRenewable Energy TechnologiesSemester IIThermal Power GenerationHydro Power GenerationWaste Heat Recovery & CogenerationThermal Utilities IIElectrical UtilitiesProject & Finance in the Energy SectorSeminar on Assigned topicSemester IIIGreen BuildingsEnergy Management & AuditsClean Development MechanismSpecialisation in Energy AuditingPerformance Analysis of ThermalNation Builders in Power & Energy Systems
    • MBA Power Management Semester IIIOverview Project Management & Contract AdministrationKeeping in view the advent of private Business Policy & Strategyplayers in the Power sector, this program Econometricsgrooms young managers to handle various Regulatory Framework of Power Sectorissues pertaining to the sector. Energy Power Trading Power Pricing & Purchase AgreementsIt develops in students the skill and ability Summer Internshipto apply management theories and Dissertation Iconcepts to live problems of the Power Supply Chain & Logistics for the Powerindustr y across the spectrum of Industrygeneration, transmission and distribution. Financing Energy Sector Projects Semester IV Energy Law & Policy Non-Conventional Methods of Power GenerationCurriculum HSE for the Power Industry Dissertation IISemester IEconomics & Management DecisionsQuantitative TechniquesBusiness Communication & NegotiationSkillsOrganisational BehaviorPower GenerationPower TransmissionIT Applications in the Power SectorPower Industry AccountingSemester IIOperations & Materials ManagementMarketing ManagementResearch Methodology and AppliedStatisticsHuman Resource ManagementPower Sector PlanningPower DistributionPower Station ManagementIndustrial VisitsPower Financial Management Nation Builders in Power & Energy Systems
    • Nation Buildersin EnergyTradingEnergy Trading
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    • MBA Energy Trading International Trade and EconomicsOverview Understanding the Energy Value Chain II (Refining & Power)This program is designed for students who Energy Economics (Petro & Power)wish to obtain a practical understanding of Energy Trading Lab I (Power & Emissions)the basic energy derivatives structures that Industrial Visit Reportare currently used in trading, marketing Energy Industry Accounting (Oil & Power)and risk management. Semester III Trade Procedures & DocumentationVisionary managers are expected to have a International Finance Managementbroader understanding of the global Energy Trading Lab IIindustry, which is why the program exposes Energy Trading I (Oil and Gas Markets)students to global best practices in energy/ Energy Law & Policy Icommodity trading, and the needs of Oil & Energy Contracting & NegotiationsGas trading, including Pricing & Risk Dissertation IManagement and Oil Economics. Energy Derivates and Risk Management HSE Challenges in the Energy Sector Semester IV Comparative International ManagementCurriculum Energy Trading II (Power & Emissions) Oil Equity Acquisition & Asset Allocation Energy Law & Policy IISemester I Dissertation IIManagerial EconomicsMarketing ManagementBusiness Communication & NegotiationSkillsUnderstanding the Petroleum Value ChainI (Oil & Gas))Overview of Maritime LogisticsOrganisational BehaviorEnergy Industry AccountingQuantitative TechniquesIT Applications in the Energy SectorSemester IIEconometricsHuman Resource ManagementStrategic ManagementResearch Methodology and AppliedStatistics Nation Builders in Energy Trading
    • Nation Buildersin Logistics &Supply ChainLogistics & Supply Chain
    • The logistics market in India is estimated to be Rs. 260,000 crores and constitutes 13% of the GDP (ascompared to an average of 10% in other developing countries). The global logistics industry is valued at US$3.5 trillion. Global Market Analysis firm Datamonitor’s "India Logistics Outlook 2007" report estimates theIndian logistics industry at over US$ 125 billion. The sector currently employs over 40 million people globally.Burgeoning trade, increased geographical distribution of incomes and markets, better than expectedperformance of the manufacturing sector and an explosive growth in the third party logistics segment hascontributed to the phenomenal growth of the Indian Logistics and Supply Chain sector. In the Indian scenario,there is an impressive growth of container traffic of over 15% per annum over the last five years.Many large Indian corporate such as Tata and Reliance Industries have started providing in-house logisticsservices and, sensing market growth, have started providing services to other corporates as well. PSUs havecome up with Joint Service Organizations to felicitate in-house logistics activities (IOCL, BPCL, HPCL, ONGC,GAIL, CONCOR, etc.). Large express cargo and courier companies such as Transport Corporation of India (TCI)and Blue Dart have also started logistics operations. These companies enjoy the advantage of already havinga large asset base and an all-India distribution network. Indian shippers are also gradually becoming moreaware of the benefits of logistics outsourcing. They are now realizing that customer service and deliveryperformance are equally important as cost to remain competitive in the global economy. With the 100% FDIregime, most of the large logistics MNCs have presence in the country, primarily in the freight managementbusiness. These MNCs have also started acquiring local distribution companies to strengthen operationslocally to derive integrated benefits.Investment boost in infrastructure development by the Government has brought the Logistics sector in focus.Some examples are:The Golden Quadrilateral Project, East-West and North-South corridors (connecting four major metros)Free Trade and Warehousing Zones (FTWZ) in line with Special Economic Zones (SEZ) with 100% ForeignDirect Investment (FDI) and public-private partnerships (PPP) in infrastructure developmentProgramsOfferedBBA Logistics Management*MBA Logistics & Supply ChainManagement
    • MBA Logistics & Supply Chain Management Semester IIIOverview Business Policy & Strategy Project Mgmt. & Contract AdministrationThe program aims to train and develop Business Process Re-Engineeringfuture leaders and managers in the fast Global Supply Chain & Logistics Mgmt.growing Logistics & Supply chain sector. Multi Model Transportation Supplier Relationship ManagementA highly integrated program, it helps Supply Chain Modeling & Designstudents to acquire a thorough knowledge Summer Internshipand understanding of multiple facets of the Dissertation Isupply chain business, including purchase, Semester IVmaterials management, supply-chain Supply Chain Simulationmanagement, transportation, customs Customer Relationship Managementregulations, foreign exchange, Competitive Intelligenceinternational trade, and information Dissertation IItechnology, among various other aspects.CurriculumSemester IEconomics & Management DecisionsQuantitative TechniquesOrganisational BehaviorMarketing ManagementIntroduction to Logistics & Supply ChainManagementIT Applications in the the Supply ChainAccounting in the Logistics & SupplyChain SectorSemester IIOperations & Materials ManagementBusiness Communication & NegotiationSkillsResearch Methodology & AppliedStatisticsHuman Resource ManagementLogistics Planning and StrategyLean Supply Chain ManagementFinancial Management in the SupplyChain IndustryEconometricsIndustrial Visits Nation Builders in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
    • Nation Buildersin InternationalBusinessInternational Business
    • As the Indian economy integrates with the world economy, the Government of India has set ambitious targetsto accelerate the country’s participation in International Business. India’s first ever long term Foreign TradePolicy is one such initiative in this direction whose objective would be to double India’s share in global tradeby 2020, which according to estimates is currently less than 2%.Services, particularly finance (insurance) and transportation of goods, are traditional complements toManufacturing. With the spread of telecommunications and computer technologies, virtually all commercialservices have become trade-able across borders. The trend of globalisation, reinforced by liberalisationpolicies and the removal of regulatory obstacles, has fuelled steady growth of international investment andtrade in services.The Government of India has entered into a number of bilateral agreements like CEPA, etc. to furtheraccelerate the growth of the flows of bilateral trade and investment between India and individual countries.AT Kearneys Global Services Location Index has ranked India as second in the world in terms of financialattractiveness, people and skills availability and business environment. It is the second most attractivedestination for FDI after China, ahead of US, Russia and Brazil. Cumulative amount of FDI inflows till dateamount to 4,04,728 (Rs); 92, 158 (US $ m).Besides, the country has raised FDI limits in petroleum refinery, aviation, commodity exchanges, creditinformation companies and mining of some precious metals to attract more capital and boost growth.India will need massive investment up to March 2012, including $500 billion in infrastructure, to sustain highgrowth rates.ProgramsOfferedMBA International Business
    • MBA International Business Semester IIIOverview E-Business & E-Commerce International FinanceThe MBA International Business has been Internal Business Strategydesigned to address managerial issues Commodity Trading & Price Riskthat are relevant to doing business Managementinternationally. International Trade Operation & DocumentationIt develops in students an advanced The WTO & its Impact on Internationalunderstanding in the operation of global Businessorganisations, strategic concepts, and Dissertation Icurrent theories in the management of Semester IVglobal businesses. Cross Cultural Management International Business Negotiation Mergers, Acquisitions & Corporate Regulations International Human ResourceCurriculum Management Dissertation IISemester IEconomics & Management DecisionsQuantitative TechniquesBusiness Communication & NegotiationSkillsOrganisational BehaviorMarketing ManagementIT for ManagersFinancial AccountingSemester IIIndian Economy & Trade PoliciesResearch Methodology and AppliedStatisticsInternational Human ResourceManagementGlobal Economics EnvironmentInternational Logistics & Supply ChainManagementFinancial ManagementIndustrial Visits Nation Builders in International Business
    • Nation Buildersin AviationAviation
    • With a growth rate of 18% per annum, the Indian aviation industry is one of the fastest growing aviationindustries in the world. The Governments open sky policy has led to many overseas players entering themarket and the industry has been growing both in terms of players and number of aircrafts.Today, private airlines account for around 75% share of the domestic aviation market. Scheduled domesticair services are now available from 82 airports as against 75 in 2006. The Indian Civil Aviation market grewat a CAGR of 18%, and was worth US$ 5.6 billion in 2008. By 2020, Indian airports are expected to handlemore than 100 million passengers including 60 million domestic passengers and around 3.4 million tonnesof cargo per annum.Significant measures to propel further growth in the civil aviation sector are on the anvil. Investment inairport infrastructure will go up US$ 9 billion by 2013, of which close to US$ 6.8 billion is expected to comethrough public private partnerships (PPP) model, according to a study by research firm Frost & Sullivan. Thisis expected to open up a vast array of opportunities for trained professionals in the Aviation and AlliedServices.Over the next 2 decades, India is envisaged to be one of the largest Aerospace Markets in the world for wideand narrow body aircrafts.ProgramsOfferedBBA Aviation Operations*MBA Aviation Management
    • MBA Aviation Management Aviation Financial ManagementOverview Semester IIIAimed at bridging the gap between industry Business Policy & Strategydemand and the supply of professionals Seminar on Assigned Topicswith the requisite global knowledge of Operations & Materials ManagementAviation Industry, the core modules of the Airline Economics Aviation Forecasting Techniquesprogram are designed to equip aspiring Aviation Law & Insurancemanagers with specialized domain specific Dissertation Iskills in Ground Handling, Cargo Supply Chain Management & Logistics forOperations, Aviation Safety & Fleet the Aviation IndustryManagement, Regulatory Management, Aviation Marketing ManagementFueling Management, and other alliedissues relevant to the Aviation Industry. Semester IV Customer Relationship Management Competitive Intelligence Aviation Regulatory Management Dissertation IICurriculum Aviation Enterprise ManagementSemester IEconomics & Management DecisionsQuantitative TechniquesBusiness Communication & NegotiationSkillsOrganisational BehaviorFundamentals of the Aviation BusinessAirport Planning & Mgmt.IT Applications in the Aviation SectorAviation Industry AccountingSemester IIEconometricsMarketing ManagementResearch Methodology & AppliedStatisticsHuman Resource ManagementAviation Safety & Security Mgmt.Airport EconomicsCargo & Refueling in AviationIndustrial Visits Nation Builders in Aviation
    • Nation Buildersin Port &ShippingPort & Shipping
    • 95% of India’s trade by volume and 70% by value is carried out through maritime transport. The Indianshipping industry consists of about 616 ships with a total capacity of 6. 62 million tons Gross RegisteredTonnage (GRT). About 258 ships are engaged in overseas trade while the rest ply inland routes.The sector is getting a tremendous boost through private sector participation in major ports. There arealready about 55 shipping companies in the sector, of which 19 deal exclusively in coastal trade, and 29 areengaged in overseas trade. The rest operate in both types of trade. India has 12 major and 184 minor /intermediate ports spread across the vast coastline of 7517km.ProgramsOfferedMBA Port & Shipping Management
    • MBA Port & Shipping Management Semester IIIOverview Business Policy & Strategy EconometricsThe core modules of this program are Port Planningdesigned to help an aspiring manager learn Ship Operations, Brokering and Charteringthe essential management skills required Container Management & Dangerousfor meeting the challenges of the ever- Goodsgrowing shipping industry. Dissertation I Supply Chain & Logistics for Ports &Upon completion, graduates of the Shippingprogram are able to manage the various Marketing Enterprise Mgmt.developmental and operational needs of Semester IVport and allied infrastructure. Customer Relationship Management Marine Insurance, Shipping Law, Contracts Shipping Environmental Management Marketing of Shipping ServicesCurriculum Dissertation IISemester IEconomics & Management DecisionsQuantitative TechniquesBusiness Communication & NegotiationSkillsOrganisational BehaviorFundamentals of Port OperationsInternational Maritime TransportPort & Shipping Industry AccountingIT Applications in Ports & ShippingSemester IIOperations & Materials ManagementMarketing ManagementResearch Methodology & AppliedStatisticsPort EconomicsHuman Resource ManagementShipping EconomicsIndustrial VisitPort & Shipping Financial Management Nation Builders in Port & Shipping
    • Nation Buildersin Aerospace& AvionicsAerospace & Avionics
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    • B. Tech. Aerospace Engineering Engineering Graphics Lab II Industrial VisitOverview Chemistry Lab Semester VIBy training students on a wide variety of Semester III Introduction to Vibration Analysistechnical issues, including the Design, Mathematics III Propulsion II Materials Science Flight Mechanics IIAnalysis and Manufacturing of Airplanes, Applied Fluid MechanicsRockets, Missiles, Space Launch Vehicles, Supersonic Hypersonic Aerodynamics Thermodynamics & Heat Engines Aircraft Structures IIUAVs and more, the program aims to create Basic Electrical Engineeringa pool professionals who are industry Basics Electronics Engineering Practicalready and can be readily deployed upon Introduction to Aerospace Engineering Aircraft Structures Labgraduation. Communication Workshop III Propulsion Lab Comprehensive Viva I Practical Minor Project II Applied Fluid Mechanics Lab Electrical & Electronics Lab Semester VII Industrial ManagementCurriculum Mechanics of Solids Lab Semester IV Rocket Propulsion Aircraft Maintenance and LegislationSemester I Digital Electronics & Microprocessors Flight Dynamics & ControlPhysics I Aerodynamics IMathematics I Programming Language & DBMS Elective IComputer Science Propulsion I Helicopter EngineeringCommunication Workshop I Heat Transfer Processes Orbital MechanicsEngineering Graphics Communication Workshop IV PracticalWorkshop Technology Avionics Lab PracticalPractical Heat Transfer Lab Flight LabPhysics Lab I Programming Language & DBMS Lab Comprehensive Viva IIComputer Lab I CAD (Advanced Aero Drawing) Major Project IEngineering Graphics Lab I SeminarEngineering Workshop Lab Semester V Industrial Training Flight Mechanics ISemester II Aircraft Material & Manufacturing Semester VIIIPhysics II Techniques Design of Aerospace VehiclesChemistry Aircraft Structures I Space Craft Dynamics & Attitude ControlMathematics II Aerodynamics II Elective IIEngineering Mechanics + Mechanics of Applied Numerical Methods Introduction to Airo ElasticitySolids Radio & Satellite Communications Space Science and Space EnvironmentCommunication Workshop IIEnvironmental Studies Practical Elective III Aerodynamics Lab Computational Fluid DynamicsPractical Aero Modeling & Fabrication Lab Finite Elements AnalysisPhysics Lab II Minor Project I Control Theory Practical Major Project II Nation Builders in Aerospace & Avionics
    • B. Tech. Aerospace Engineering withspecialisation in Avionics Engineering Engineering Graphics Lab II Aero Modeling & Fabrication LabOverview Chemistry Lab Professional Communication Lab II Aircraft Structures Lab Minor Project ITo t r a i n a n d d eve l o p m o t i v a te d Electrical Lab Industrial Visitprofessionals in the specific areas ofa e r o s p a c e a n d a v i o n i c s , t h i s Semester III Semester VIinterdisciplinary program integrates key Mathematics III Radio Communication Mechanics of Solids Aircraft Systems & Flight Instrumentsconcepts and techniques from the field of Applied Fluid Mechanics Digital Signal ProcessingA e r o n a u t i c s , E l e c t r o n i c s , a n d Thermodynamics & Heat Engines Introduction to Automatic Flight ControlInstrumentation. Basics Electronic Engineering Microprocessors Introduction to Aerospace Engineering Practical Technical Communication Microprocessors Lab Practical Aircraft Systems & Instruments LabCurriculum Applied Mechanics Lab Electronics Lab Propulsion Lab Comprehensive Viva I Mechanics of Solids Lab Minor Project IISemester I Digital Electronics LabPhysics I Semester VIIMathematics I Semester IV Avionics IComputer Fundamentals & Operations Theory of Machines Radar TechnologyProfessional Communication I Aerodynamics I Computational Fluid DynamicsBasic Electrical Engineering Digital Electronics Avionics MaintenanceEngineering Graphics Programming Language & DBMSWorkshop Technology Practical Analog Electronics Avionics LabPractical Heat Transfer Processe Aircraft Maintenance & Testing LabPhysics Lab I Practical Major Project IComputer Lab I Heat Transfer Lab Seminar IProfessional Communication Lab I Programming Language & DBMS Lab Industrial TrainingEngineering Graphics Lab I CAD (Advanced Aero Drawing)Engineering Workshop Lab Technical Communication Workshop Semester VIII Avionics IISemester II Semester V Avionics System DesignPhysics II Flight Mechanics I Industrial ManagementChemistry Propulsion I Aircraft LegislationMathematics II Aircraft Structure IEngineering Mechanics Practical Aerodynamics II Major Project IIProfessional Communication II Applied Numerical Methods & FEMEnvironmental Studies Seminar II Satellite Communication Comprehensive Viva IIPractical PracticalPhysics Lab II Aerodynamics LabNation Builders in Aerospace & Avionics
    • Nation Buildersin AutomotiveAutomotive
    • India is fast emerging as the preferred destination for Automotive Design Engineering. Five out of the top 10automobile manufactures of the world are already operating in India with almost US$ 5,000 million of designspend. It is expected that a significant proportion of this spend will be routed to dedicated automotive designfirms in India.India is currently ranked 2nd after China as the preferred destination for Automotive Design Engineering dueto its strong potential for engineering design off-shoring abilities.ProgramsOfferedB. Tech Automotive Design EngineeringBBA Auto Retailing*
    • B. Tech Automotive Design Engineering Engineering Graphics I I. C. Engine IIOverview Communication Workshop II Introduction to Transportation Systems Vehicle Dynamics Applied Numerical MethodsThe program intends to meet the needs of Workshop Technology Microprocessor Based Control Systemsthe 21st century automotive industry. Practical Practical Engineering Graphics Lab I CAD Appl. in Automotive Engine DesignIt trains students on a range of topics, Physics Lab II Engine Testing & Emission Measurementincluding the design, manufacturing and Engineering Workshop Lab Labmaintenance of automobiles. Engine Trouble Shooting and Servicing Semester III LabAdditionally, the curriculum imparts Mathematics III Minor Project I Thermal Engineering Industrial Visitknowledge on related aspects of the Strength of Materialst r a n s p o r t a t i o n s e c t o r, e n e r g y & Electrical Engineering Semester VIenvironmental concerns, the application of Electronics Engineering Automotive Transmission Systemsfossil & alternative fuels, and the Applied Fluid Mechanics Vehicle Body Engineeringdevelopment of vehicles of the future. Communication Workshop III Robotics Practical Mechatronics Engineering Graphics Lab II Heat Transfer Processor Fluid Mechanics Lab PracticalCurriculum Materials Testing Lab Electric & Electronics Lab CAD Appl. for Chassis Component Design Heat Transfer Lab & Thermal Lab Robotics & CAM LabSemester I Semester IV Minor Project IIPhysics I Components of Automotive Chassis Comprehensive Viva IChemistry I Automatic Electrical & ElectronicsMathematics I Systems Semester VIIEngineering Mechanics Internal Combustion Engines I Two & Three Wheelers TechnologyComputer Fundamentals & Operations Elements of Machine Design Advanced Manufacturing TechnologyCommunication Workshop I Kinematics & Dynamic Machines Automotive Engine Component DesignEnvironmental Studies Programming Language & DBMS PracticalPractical Manufacturing Technology Design Analyses Software LabsPhysics Lab I Practical Major Project IChemistry Lab I Automotive Chassis Component Lab SeminarComputer Lab Automotive Electrical & Electronic Lab Industrial TrainingEngineering Mechanics Lab Manufacturing and Metrology Lab Comprehensive Viva IISemester II Programming Language & DBMS Lab Semester VIIIPhysics II Semester V Industrial ManagementMathematics II Advanced Transportation Studies Economics and Life Cycle ConceptsMaterials Science Automotive Chassis Components Design Elective Computational Fluid Dynamics Vehicle Infotronics Alternative Fuel for Automobiles Practical Major Project II Nation Builders in Automotive
    • Nation Buildersin RoboticsRobotics
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    • M. Tech Robotics Engineering Semester IIIOverview Artificial Intelligence & Neutral Networks Embedded Systems PLC & Data Acquisition Systems CAD/ CAM PracticalCurriculum Robotics Lab II Summer InternshipSemester I Summer Internship SeminarApplied Numerical Methods Project IControl Systems Semester IVIntroduction to Robotics Project IIInstrumentation & SensorsAnalog & Digital ElectronicsAdvanced or Solid MechanicsPracticalInstrumentation & Sensor LabSemester IIManufacturing SystemsElectrical Actuators & DrivesImage Processing & Machine VisionRobotics-based Industrial AutomationMicro Processor & Micro ControllerProgrammingPracticalRobotics Lab IMicro Processor Lab
    • Nation Buildersin InformationSystemsInformation Systems
    • The Information Technology (IT) sector in India needs no introduction. Having played a remarkable role in theemergence of India as a leading economy in the world, IT continues to grow by leaps and bounds. Exportshave been the key driver and will continue to be the primary catalyst of its evolution going forward. GlobalMarket Analysis firm IDC expects the overall IT and ITES market in India to touch US$ 132 billion and thedomestic IT market to be at US$ 50 billion by 2012.Banking, Fnancial Services and Insurance (BFSI) remains the largest vertical market for the Indian IT sector,followed by High Technology (HiTech), Telecom, Accounting, Manufacturing and Retail. Other key segmentsinclude Media, Healthcare, Airlines and Transportation, and Utilities.The BPO industry in India is maintaining a blazing growth rate. Service providers are now looking to move upthe value chain in terms of their offerings to their vendors.ProgramsOfferedB. Tech. (Computer Science Engineering)B. Tech in CS with specialiSation in:Cloud Computing & VirtualisationTechnologies in association with IBM*Mainframe Technology in association withIBM*Open Source & Open Standards inassociation with IBM*Oil & Gas Informatics in association withIBM*MBA Information Systems Management
    • MBA Information Systems Management Financial Management in the IT SectorOverview Semester IIIThis program emphasizes the strategic and Business Policy & Strategic Managementmanagement issues relevant to the Risk Assessment & Managementdevelopment and management of cutting- Managing Service Organisationedge software technologies. E-Business Information Quality Metrics in IT Software Project ManagementGraduates of the program are especially Data Warehousing & Data Mininggroomed to address the complex issues Summer Internshipthat lie at the intersection of business and Dissertation Itechnology, and are trained to lead theirfuture organizations in developing and Semester IVexecuting technology strategies and Business Intelligence & Knowledgemanaging innovative technology projects. Management Tools Strategic Information Systems Legal Issues in Information Technology Dissertation IICurriculumSemester IOrganisational BehaviorQuantitative TechniquesBusiness Communication & NegotiationSkillsEconomics & Management DecisionsData Communication & ElectronicCommerceEnergy InformaticsAccounting in the IT SectorSemester IIMarketing ManagementHuman Resource ManagementResearch Methodology & AppliedStatisticsDatabase Management SystemsE-Enterprise ManagementRecent Trends in the IT SectorIndustry Visits Nation Builders in Information Systems
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