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    • ® UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES • Established through an Act passed by Uttarakhand State Legislature • Recognized by University Grants Commission under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956 • Accredited by National Assessment & Accreditation Council (NAAC) • Member Association of Indian Universities (AIU) Disclaimer INFORMATION BULLETIN• Every effort is made to ensure that information contained in this Information Bulletin is accurate and up-to-date. However, the contents of individual courses and the programs for any given degree are under constant academic review in light of current circumstances and requirement ACADEMIC YEAR 2012 – 2013 of industry and may change from time to time; with some programs and courses being modified, discontinued or replaced.• The University reserves the right at any time to change or amend the course nomenclature, • COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS STUDIES module content, commencement dates, time, location, fees and the Terms and Conditions.• The University also reserves the right to discontinue, postpone or move the operation of any of • COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING STUDIES its course or program of study at any time before or after the registration/commencement of program and effect change in student intake due to any academic or regulatory requirements. • COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES ENROLLMENT OFFICES Dehradun Enrollment Office: UPES Campus, P Bidholi, Via Prem Nagar, Dehradun - 248 007 .O. (Uttarakhand) Tel: 08410060090, 08410080040, 0135-2102549 Delhi Enrollment Office: PHDCCI, 3rd Floor, PHD House 4/2 Siri Institutional Area, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi- 110016 Tel: 011 - 41730151/152/153, Fax: 011 - 41730154 Toll Free No.: 1800-102-8737 Please visit us at www.upes.ac.in University Campus: Energy Acres, P.O. Bidholi, Via Prem Nagar, Dehradun - 248 007 (Uttarakhand) Tel: 0135-2776201, 2776061, 2776053/6054, 2776095, 2102691 Fax: 0135-2776090
    • ® ® Quick Link for Program Specific Details - Open Page No. 18 CONTENTS Description Page No. Admission Criteria/ Test Details Management Programs (BBA/ MBA) 4 BTECH Programs 6 LAW Programs 8 MTECH Programs 10 Program Fee Structure 11 Other Fee 14 Scholarship/ Fee Concession 14 Hostel Facility/ Fee 14 Reservation of Seats 15 Withdrawal of Admission 15 Transportation 15 Placement 15 Ragging 15 How To Apply 15 Admission Policy for International Students 16 Programs on Offer / Intake/ Codes 18 Program Contents College of Management & Economics Studies 20 College Engineering Studies 34 College of Legal Studies 87 Lateral Entry Professional Programs 9802 03
    • ® ® ADMISSION CRITERIA MBA (UPES-MET) Test** Management Programs Test Date Name of Program Date of Test Time Duration DURATION PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ADMISSION CRITERIA (YEARS) MBA (All Streams) 25 Feb 2012 (Saturday) 1000 - 1230 Hours 2.30 Hours COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS STUDIES Entrance Test Locations / City Codes Science / Commerce stream with minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Group Discussion & Interview 3 Kindly refer to the following table for filling up the OMR/Online Application form. Candidates are cautioned to fill the City code and shade correctly as the allotment of required BBA Oil & Gas Marketing Secondary level (10th & 12th) Test City will be based on this information only. Candidates need to give both first & second choice as per their city preference in OMR/Online Application form. BBA Aviation Operations Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Group Discussion & Interview 3 MBA (UPES-MET) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Group Discussion & Interview 3 City Name Test City Code City Name Test City Code City Name Test City Code BBA Logistics Management Maths in Class XII Preferred Ahmedabad 11 Hyderabad 19 Shillong 27 Bangalore 12 Jaipur 20 Bhubaneswar 28 BBA Auto Retailing Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Group Discussion & Interview 3 Bhopal 13 Kolkata 21 Ranchi 29 (1) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) UPES Management Entrance Test Chennai 14 Lucknow 22 Cochin 30 MBA Oil & Gas Management (2)Engineering*/ B. Sc. (PCM) Graduates with minimum 50% marks from a (UPES-MET)/ National Level Test 2 Chandigarh 15 Mumbai 23 recognized University. + Group Discussion & Interview Delhi 16 Patna 24 Dehradun 17 Varanasi 25 (1)Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) UPES Management Entrance Test Guwahati 18 Vishakhapatnam 26 MBA Energy Trading (2)Graduation in Commerce/Economics/Mathematics/ Statistics/CA/ICWA/ (UPES-MET)/ National Level Test 2 B.Tech*/B.Sc (PCM) with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University + Group Discussion & Interview Note:1. University reserves the right to change or cancel any test centre /city at its discretion, if required. 2. Last date to receive the filled application (OMR Form) is 4 Febuary 2012 (Saturday) (1)Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) UPES Management Entrance Test Admit Card (to be downloaded from UPES website) MBA Power Management (2)Engineering* /B.Sc (PCM) Graduates with minimum 50% marks from a (UPES-MET)/ National Level Test 2 + Group Discussion & Interview On the basis of information in the Application form, admit card of provisionally eligible candidates will be uploaded on the University website www.upes.ac.in on recognized University. 18 Feb, 2012. Candidates are required to download the admit card accordingly. The duly completed downloaded admit card with photograph affixed (duly attested) in the UPES Management Entrance Test space provided will have to be produced at the allotted test centre. Candidates without the admit card or card without the photograph will NOT be permitted to take the test. MBA Port & Shipping (1)Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) (UPES-MET)/ National Level Test 2 Management (2)Graduation with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University Scheme of Test + Group Discussion & Interview UPES Management Entrance Test Sections No.of Questions MBA Logistics & Supply Chain (1)Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) (UPES-MET)/ National Level Test 2 General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability 40 Management (2)Graduation with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University + Group Discussion & Interview Quantitative: Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency 40 (1)Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) UPES Management Entrance Test MBA International Business (UPES-MET)/ National Level Test 2 General Awareness: General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario 40 (2)Graduation with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University + Group Discussion & Interview Analytical & Logical Reasoning 40 (1)Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) UPES Management Entrance Test Total No.of Questions 160 MBA Aviation Management (UPES-MET)/ National Level Test 2 (2)Graduation with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University + Group Discussion & Interview MBA Admissions through National Level Tests** MBA Information Systems (1)Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) UPES Management Entrance Test 2 Management (2)B.Tech/ BE (IT/CSE/EEE), B.Sc. (IT/CSE), BCA with 50% marks from a (UPES-MET)/ National Level Test recognized University. + Group Discussion & Interview (1)Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) UPES Management Entrance Test MBA Infrastructure 2 Management (2)B.Tech/ BE (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, EEE), B.Sc. (PCM) with 50% marks (UPES-MET)/ National Level Test from a recognized University. + Group Discussion & Interview* Engineering Degree with relevant industry requirement is acceptable 04 05
    • ® ® B. TECH Programs B. TECH. (UPESEAT) Test Details PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ADMISSION CRITERIA DURATION Test Date (YEARS) Name of Program Date of Test Time Duration COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING STUDIES BTECH- All Streams (UPESEAT) 19 May 2012 (Saturday) 0930 - 1230 Hours 3 HoursB. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering withspecialization in UpstreamB. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering with Admit Card (to be downloaded from UPES website)specialization in Gas On the basis of information in the Application form, admit card of provisionally eligible candidates will be uploaded on the University website www.upes.ac.in onB. Tech. Chemical Engineering with specialization 12 13 May, 2011. Candidates are required to download the admit card accordingly. The duly completed downloaded admit card with photograph affixed (duly attested) in the 2012.in Refining & Petrochemicals space provided will have to be produced at the allotted test centre. Candidates without the admit card or card without the photograph will NOT be permitted to take the test.B. Tech. Geo Science EngineeringB. Tech. Geo-Informatics Engineering Entrance Test Locations / City CodesB. Tech. Automotive Design Engineering Kindly refer to the following table for filling up the OMR/ Online Application form. Candidates are cautioned to fill the City code and shade correctly as the allotment ofB. Tech. Aerospace Engineering required Test City will be based on this information only. Candidates need to give both first & second choice as per their city preference in OMR/Online Application form.B. Tech. Aerospace Engineering with spl. in Avionics B. Tech. (UPESEAT)B. Tech. Electronics Engineering (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary City Name Test City Code City Name Test City Code City Name Test City CodeB. Tech. Mechatronics Engineering level (10th & 12th) Hyderabad 19 Ahmedabad 11 Shillong 27B. Tech. Power System Engineering (2) Minimum 60% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Bangalore 12 Jaipur 20 Bhubaneswar 28B. Tech. Infrastructure Engineering Mathematics at Senior Secondary level (12th) UPES Engineering Aptitude Bhopal 13 Kolkata 21 Ranchi 29B. Tech. Material Science Engineering with Test (UPESEAT) followed by 4specialization in Nano Technology Chennai 14 Lucknow 22 Cochin 30 Centralised CounselingB. Tech. Fire & Safety Engineering Chandigarh 15 Mumbai 23 Delhi 16 Patna 24B. Tech. Computer Science withspecialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Tech.* Dehradun 17 Varanasi 25B. Tech. Computer Science with OR Guwahati 18 Vishakhapatnam 26specialization in Open Source & Open Standards* Note:1. University reserves the right to change or cancel any test centre /city at its discretion, if required.B. Tech. Computer Science with 2. Last date to receive the filled application (OMR Form/ Online) is 28 April 2012specialization in Mainframe Technology* Scheme of TestsB. Tech. Computer Science with Board Merit/AIEEE Merit through Merit Ranking Sections No.of Questionsspecialization in Oil & Gas Informatics*B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Mathematics 50Telecom Informatics* Physics 50B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Chemistry 50Retail Informatics* English Language Comprehension 30B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Current Affairs Awareness 20Infrastructure Management* Total No.of Questions 200B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization inBusiness Analytics and Optimization * B. Tech. Energy Technology + LLB with (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary B.TECH. through Board Merit / AIEEE Merit # emphasis on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) level (10th & 12th) 6 B. Tech. Computer Science + LLB with (2) Minimum 60% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ADMISSION CRITERIA emphasis on Cyber Laws Mathematics at Senior Secondary level (12th) Board Merit Minimum 80% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) and minimum 80% aggregate Counseling through Merit RankingAge Criteria in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics at Senior Secondary levelOnly candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 1, 1990 are eligible to apply for admission. Date of Birth as recorded in the Secondary Education Board/ ORUniversity certificate only will be taken as authentic. AIEEE Merit (1)Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) and minimum 60% aggregate Counseling through Merit Ranking in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics at Senior Secondary level also mandatory with *In collaboration with IBM (2) AIEEE RANK- upto 1 Lakh (All India Rank) #Upto 20% seats shall be filled through Board Merit / AIEEE Merit category. Incase candidates for such seats are not available, UPES has the right to fill these through any other means University also reserves the right to conduct further physical (paper pencil test) / online test for admission 06 07
    • ® ® 100% Scholarship on Tuition Fee: 1. Scholarship will be offered to students securing an aggregate of 85% marks in class XII & 90% marks in PCM for Scheme of Tests B.Tech (All Streams) in CBSE or ICSE Examination Board. Such Scholarships will be limited to 5% of seats in each B.Tech Program Sections No.of Questions 2. Scholarships will be given on the basis of Merit only. Language Comprehension 40 3. Continuation of Scholarship in the subsequent year will be as per the University policy. Quantitative & Numerical Ability 40 Logical Reasoning 40 Candidates placed in compartment are not eligible for admission to any program of study in the University Candidates who want to avail scholarship have to submit class 12th marks (only CBSE & ICSE Board) on UPES website by 31st May 2012 Legal General Knowledge 40 Legal Aptitude 40 Total No.of Questions 200 LAW Programs DURATION Entrance Test Locations / City Codes PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ADMISSION CRITERIA (YEARS) Kindly refer to the following table for filling up the OMR/Online Application form. Candidates are cautioned to fill the City code and shade correctly as the allotment of required Test City will be based on this information only. Candidates need to give both first & second choice as per their city preference in OMR application form. COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES 5 years Integrated BA LL.B with City Name Test City Code emphasis on Energy Laws UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test (UL-SAT) Bangalore 12 / Board Merit / CLAT Merit / L-SAT India Minimum 50% Marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) 5 Bhopal 13 Merit followed by Group Discussion & 5 years Integrated BBA LL.B with Interview Delhi 16 emphasis on Corporate Laws Dehradun 17 Jaipur 20 Kolkata 21 B. Tech. Energy Technology + Lucknow 22 LLB with emphasis on Mumbai 23 Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary UPES Engineering Aptitude Note:1. University reserves the right to change or cancel any test centre /city at its discretion, if required. level (10th & 12th) Test (UPESEAT) followed by 2. Last date to receive the filled application (OMR Form/ Online) is 28 April 2012 6 (2) Minimum 60% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Centralised Counseling B. Tech. Computer Science + Mathematics at Senior Secondary level LLB with emphasis on Cyber Laws # LAW Programs through Board Merit/ CLAT Merit / L-SAT India MeritNote: Above Programs are Approved by Bar Council of IndiaAge CriteriaOnly candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 1, 1990 are eligible to apply for admission. Date of Birth as recorded in the Secondary Education Board/University certificate only will be taken as authentic. LAW (UL-SAT) Test DetailsTest Date Name of Program Date of Test Time Duration LLB- All Streams (UL-SAT) 19 May 2012 (Saturday) 0930 - 1230 Hours 3 HoursAdmit Card (to be downloaded from UPES website)On the basis of information in the Application form, admit card of provisionally eligible candidates will be uploaded on the University website www.upes.ac.in on1213 May, 2011. Candidates are required to download the admit card accordingly. The duly completed downloaded admit card with photograph affixed (duly attested) in the 2012. Candidates placed in compartment are not eligible for admission to any program of study in the Universityspace provided will have to be produced at the allotted test centre. Candidates without the admit card or card without the photograph will NOT be permitted to take the test. 08 09
    • ® ® M. TECH. Programs PROGRAM FEE STRUCTURE DURATION PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ADMISSION CRITERIA (YEARS) COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS STUDIES (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Screening of Application &M. Tech. (Health, Safety & (2) B. Tech /BE in any discipline or M. Sc. in Environment Science/ M. Sc. Interview 2 Semester Wise Fee (in Rs.)Environmental Engineering) (Organic Technology) with minimum 60% marks Program 1 & 2 Per Semester Fee 3 & 4 Per Semester Fee 5 & 6 Per Semester Fee (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Screening of Application & Tuition Academic Total Tuition Academic Tuition AcademicM. Tech. (Petroleum Exploration) (2) B. Tech /BE in Mechanical / Chemical or M. Sc. in Geology / Geo Physics Interview 2 Total Total / Physics with minimum 60% marks Fee Service Fee Fee Service Fee Fee Service Fee Fee Fee Fee (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Screening of Application & 2 BBAM. Tech. (Energy Systems) (2) B. Tech /BE in Electrical/Mechanical/Chemical or M. Sc. Physics with Interview 53,625 17,875 71,500 56,250 18,750 75,000 59,063 19,687 78,750 Oil & Gas Marketing minimum 60% marks BBA Aviation Operations* 53,625 17,875 71,500 56,250 18,750 75,000 59,063 19,687 78,750 (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Screening of Application &M. Tech. (Pipeline Engineering) (2) B. Tech /BE in Mechanical/Chemical/Civil/Electrical Engineering with Interview 2 BBA minimum 60% marks Logistics Management 53,625 17,875 71,500 56,250 18,750 75,000 59,063 19,687 78,750 (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) BBAM. Tech. (Process Design Screening of Application & Auto Retailing 53,625 17,875 71,500 56,250 18,750 75,000 59,063 19,687 78,750 (2) B. Tech /BE in Chemical Engineering/Petro Chemical Engineering, with Interview 2Engineering) minimum 60% marks * In addition, IATA (International Air Transport Association) course fee (approx. 30000/- or as applicable) is payable during October 2012. (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Screening of Application & Program 1 Semester Fee 2 Semester Fee 3 Semester Fee 4 Semester FeeM. Tech. (Robotics Engineering) (2) B. Tech /BE in Electronics /Mechanical /Electrical /Instrumentation & 2 Interview Control/ IT/ CSE Engineering with minimum 60% marks Tuition Academic Total Tuition Academic Total Tuition Academic Total Tuition Academic Total Fee Service Fee Fee Service Fee Fee Service Fee Fee Service FeeM. Tech. (Artificial Intelligence (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Fee Fee Fee Fee Screening of Application &Artificial Neural Networks) (2) B.Tech./ BE (IT/CSE/EEE/ECE /Instrumentation & Control) / M.Sc. 2 Interview MBA (IT/CSE) with minimum 60% marks Oil & Gas Management 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125M. Tech. (Computational Fluid (1) Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) MBA Screening of Application & 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125Dynamics) (2) B. Tech /BE in any discipline with minimum 60% marks 2 Energy Trading Interview MBA 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 Power Management MBA Please Note: Port & Shipping Mgmt 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125• For all MBA/ M. Tech. programs, Candidates appearing in final year qualifying examination are also eligible to apply provided they submit the proof of their eligibility latest by September 30, 2012. Admission of students failing to submit the proof of their eligibility by September 30, 2012 even on account of non declaration of results by their respective MBA Logistics & Supply Universities, will stand automatically cancelled & no refund of fee will be admissible, in such cases. Chain Management 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125• Candidates placed in compartment are not eligible for admission to any program of study in the University in class 12th. For all M. Tech. programs, candidates with relevant work experience and valid GATE score will be preferred and may be offered teaching and research assistantship while pursuing the MBA 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125• International Business program as per Universitys requirements and discretion.• Admissions will be purely on the basis of merit and candidates are strongly advised against canvassing and/or extraneous pressure on the selection process. Any candidate found guilty MBA in above activities, his/her candidature is liable for immediate disqualification. 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 Aviation Management• The University of Petroleum & Energy Studies reserves the right to cancel any advertised course due to insufficient enrolments or for any other reason beyond its control. In such an eventuality, full fee shall be refunded to the student. MBA Information 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 Systems Management MBA Infrastructure Management 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 1,35,844 45,281 1,81,125 The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 10 11
    • ® COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING STUD IES/ COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES Semester-wise Fee (in ) 1 & 2 Per Semester Fee 3 & 4 Per Semester Fee 5 & 6 Per Semester Fee 7 & 8 Per Semester Fee 9 & 10 Per Semester Fee 11 & 12 Per Semester Fee Academic Academic Academic Academic Academic Academic Tuition Service Total Tuition Service Total Tuition Service Total Tuition Service Total Tuition Service Total Tuition Service Total Programs Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee FeeB. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering with specialization in Upstream 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering with specialization in Gas 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Chemical Engineering with specialization 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300in Refining & PetrochemicalB. Tech. Geo Science Engineering 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Geo-Informatics Engineering 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Aerospace Engineering 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Aerospace Engineering with spl. in Avionics 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300 Not applicable Not applicableB. Tech. Automotive Design Engineering 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Electronics Engineering 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Mechatronics Engineering 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Power System Engineering 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Infrastructure Engineering 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Material Science Engineering with specialization in Nano Technology 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Fire & Safety Engineering 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Computer Science with 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300specialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Technology*B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300Open Source & Open Standards*B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Mainframe Technology* 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Oil & Gas Informatics* 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Telecom Informatics* 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Retail Informatics* 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Infrastructure Management* 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Business Analytics and 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000 66,780 44,520 1,11,300Optimization*M. Tech. Pipeline Engineering 49,500 16,500 66,000 51,975 17,325 69,300M. Tech. Process Design Engineering 49,500 16,500 66,000 51,975 17,325 69,300M. Tech. Health, Safety & Environmental Engineering 49,500 16,500 66,000 51,975 17,325 69,300M. Tech. Petroleum Exploration 49,500 16,500 66,000 51,975 17,325 69,300 Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable Not applicableM. Tech Energy Systems 49,500 16,500 66,000 51,975 17,325 69,300M. Tech. Robotics Engineering 49,500 16,500 66,000 51,975 17,325 69,300M. Tech. Artificial Intelligence Artificial Neural Networks 49,500 16,500 66,000 51,975 17,325 69,300M. Tech. Computational Fluid Dynamics 49,500 16,500 66,000 51,975 17,325 69,300Integrated BA LLB 42,900 28,600 71,500 45,000 30,000 75,000 47,250 31,500 78,750 49,500 33,000 82,500 51,975 34,650 86,625 Not applicableIntegrated BBA LLB 42,900 28,600 71,500 45,000 30,000 75,000 47,250 31,500 78,750 49,500 33,000 82,500 51,975 34,650 86,625B. Tech. Energy Technology + LLB with 52,800 35,200 88,000 55,350 36,900 92,250 58,050 38,700 96,750 60,900 40,600 1,01,500 63,900 42,600 1,06,500 67,095 44,730 1,11,825emphasis on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)B. Tech. Computer Science + LLB with 52,800 35,200 88,000 55,350 36,900 92,250 58,050 38,700 96,750 60,900 40,600 1,01,500 63,900 42,600 1,06,500 67,095 44,730 1,11,825emphasis on Cyber Laws *In collaboration with IBM 12 13
    • ® ® OTHER FEE RESERVATION OF SEATSIndustrial Tour Charge: In order to give real life exposure of the industry, short duration and long duration industrial tours would be organized for all students of full time For Uttarakhand domicile candidates: 15% of seats in all programs will be reserved on merit, subject to producing of domicile certificate.programs. Participation in the industrial tour is mandatory for which a charge of 16,000/- (one time) is payable at the time of registration.Alumni Fee: This Fee is applicable to students of all the programs of the University. An Alumni Fee of 1,500/- is to be paid along with 3rd Semester fee of MBA, M. Tech Reservation for Differently Abled Students: 3% of seats are reserved for Differently Abled Students with minimum disability to the extent of 40% subject to producing of/ 7th Sem. fee of B. Tech. / 5th Sem. fee of BBA and 9th Sem. fee of BA LL.B & BBA LL.B/ 11th Sem. of B.Tech LL.B. a certificate from authorized Medical Doctor/Hospital indicating the extent of physical disability.Personality Development Program (PDP) Fee: To improve communication & soft skills, it is mandatory for all the students to attend the Personality Development Programorganized by UPES. PDP fee for MBA / M.Tech is 10,000/- payable along with 2nd Semester Fee; and for Under Graduate Programs (BBA/ BA LLB/ BBA LLB/ BTECH/ However, in event of the seats remaining unfilled in the above mentioned categories, the same shall be treated as unreserved.B.TECH+LLB) is 15,000/- payable along with 3rd semester fee.Refundable Security: Refundable (interest free) security amount of 20,000/- is also payable at the time of registration. In case any taxes/ levies on fee are charged WITHDRAWAL OF ADMISSIONby the Central/State/Local Authorities/Overseas Authorities from time to time, the same shall also be borne by the students.Students of BBA Aviation Operations will additionally have to pay applicable IATA course fee (approx. 30,000/-) in addition to the semester fee during October 2012.One time Academic Computing fee: 30,000/- will be charged at the time of registration towards computing devise and allied computing services.Fee Payment Schedule for those admitted in Academic Year 2012-13 TRANSPORTATION 1st Semester 2nd Semester 3rd Semester 4th Semester 5th Semester 6th Semester Students residing at Dehradun city and wishing to avail transportation facility to the UPES campus can avail the same by paying a fee of 15,000 for academic year 2012-13. Boarders residing in on-campus hostels will be provided to and fro transportation facility to the city once a week free of charge. At the time by 1st to by 1st to by 1st to by 1st to by 1st to of admission 10th January, 10th July, 10th January, 10th July, 10th January, 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 7th Semester 8th Semester 9th Semester 10th Semester 11th Semester 12th Semester PLACEMENT by 1st to by 1st to by 1st to by 1st to by 1st to by 1st to UPES shall provide placement assistance to all enrolled students subject to their fulfilling eligibility conditions as prescribed in UPES Placement Regulations. However, the 10th July, 10th January, 10th July, 10th January, 10th July, 10th January, obligation of the University will be only to provide Placement assistance and not Placement guarantee. 2015 2016 2016 2017 2017 2018 SCHOLARSHIP/FEE CONCESSION RAGGING • University of Petroleum & Energy Studies offers limited scholarships in some specific programs as decided by the University. • The University has zero tolerance policy on ragging and will strictly enforce it. • The scholarships are awarded purely on academic merit cum means. • Ragging in any form inside or outside the campus and hostel premises is strictly prohibited under UGC Regulations on ragging, Ragging being a cognizable offence; the • Waiving of Tuition Fee partially/fully will be considered for those who are awarded scholarships. punishment for ragging will be summary expulsion from the University. • The details of the scholarships would be provided to the students in the students bulletin given to the students at the time of registration. • Ragging as defined by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India: • Award of Scholarships will be decided by the Scholarship Committee & its decision shall be final and binding. “Any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written, or by an act with the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness any other student; indulging in rowdy or • 25% Concession on Tuition fee shall be provided only to Uttarakhand domicile students on merit-cum-means basis to be decided by the University subject to undisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological or to raise fear or apprehension thereof, in a fresher or a junior student, or asking fulfilling the following conditions: the students to do any act or perform something which such student will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating essence of shame or - Students’ whose gross annual family income is not more than 2 lakhs, embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student.” - Students’ who posses valid domicile certificate from Uttarakhand state, - Should have passed class X & XII level schooling from Uttarakhand. However, this condition may be relaxed for wards of defense personnel subject to producing of posting certificate outside the state issued by competent authority. HOW TO APPLY HOSTEL FACILITY / FEE Candidates desirous of seeking admission to any of the program may procure the prospectus and application form from UPES Enrolment Offices at Dehradun/ Delhi on paymentLimited On-campus hostel facility is available on first-cum-first-serve basis for boys only. UPES has tie-up with certain hostel agencies for providing hostel facility of 1600 ( 1700, if required through post or courier). The payment should be made in the form of demand draft drawn in favor of "UPES Fee Account", payable atto girls and boys students at Dehradun city. Dehradun/ Delhi.Student wishing to avail hostel facility (On-campus or outsourced) will need to deposit; Hostel Fee: 75,000/- for the academic year 2012-2013 Interest free refundable Hostel security Fee: 10,000/-A student registered in the Hostel (On-campus or outsourced) and withdraws from the same will not be entitled to hostel fee refund. Incase, the seat is filled up by anotherboarder, proportional refund may be considered. 14 15
    • ® ® ADMISSION POLICY FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS International Students include : Programs Fee Structure for Other Countries (in USD per Annum): • Foreign students holding passports of foreign countries & people of Indian origin holding foreign nationality BBA MBA B. Tech. M.Tech. B.Tech.+LLB BA LLB/ BBA LLB • Non Resident Indians having studied & passed qualifying examinations from schools or colleges in foreign countries. Dependents of NRI studying in India will not be regarded as international students. • Students from SAARC countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) holding citizenship proof. A. Others 5,000 10,250 8,100 5,300 8,000 5,200 Eligibility: Note: The fee mentioned above is for first year only & the fee for the subsequent years shall be enhanced by 5% every year till the duration of the program. 1. Fulfill minimum eligibility requirements prescribed by UPES for a program of study The fee mentioned above includes Industrial Tour Charges, Alumni Fee, Personality Development Program Fee, Academic Computing Fee 2. Degrees/certificates of the candidates have been recognized as equivalent by the Association of Indian Universities. 3. GMAT score of 600 for MBA programs offered by College of Management & Economics Studies; B. Refundable Security: Refundable (interest free) security amount of 20,000/- is also payable at the time of admission. In case any taxes/levies on fee are charged by the Central/State/Local Authorities/Overseas Authorities from time to time, the same shall also be borne by the students. SAT score of 1500 for undergraduate programs / GRE Score of 1700 (cumulative) for postgraduate programs offered by College of Engineering Studies. 4. Cleared TOEFL (only for candidates from non English speaking countries) Students of BBA Aviation Operations will also have to pay applicable IATA course fee (approx. 30,000/-) in addition to the semester fee during October 2012. 5. Possess passport valid for the duration of study issued by respective country. Procedure for admission: 1. Candidate may apply on prescribed format available online at www.upes.ac.in along with Application fee of $ 75 USD (which can be remitted online). HOSTEL FACILITY / FEE 2. UPES after examining their academic credentials will issue provisional admission offer letters The University may also interview a candidate, if felt necessary. Limited On-campus hostel facility is available on first-cum-first-serve basis for boys only. UPES has tie-up with certain hostel agencies for providing hostel facility . 3. The selected candidates will be required to submit attested copies of the following documents for final registration to students (girls and boys) at Dehradun city. • 10th & 12th/Graduation grade card; Student wishing to avail hostel facility (On-campus or outsourced) will need to deposit; • transfer certificate from Institution, last attended Hostel Fee: 75,000/- for the academic year 2012-2013 • passport and student visa/ PIO card. Interest free refundable Hostel security Fee: 10,000/- 4. Copy of Registration with the office of Foreigners Regional Registration Office / local police authorities as per regulation of the Ministry of External A student registered in the Hostel (On-campus or outsourced) but withdrawing from the same will not be entitled to hostel fee refund. Incase, the seat is filled up by another Affairs, Govt. of India. boarder, proportional refund may be considered. Program Fee Structure for SAARC Countries (in USD per Annum): Cost of Prospectus & Application form for International Students: BBA MBA B. Tech. M.Tech. B.Tech.+LLB BA LLB/ BBA LLB USD $ 75 by Demand Draft.A. SAARC Countries Mode of Payment of Fee / other charges: 3,250 8,086 6,125 3,600 6,000 3,470 By crossed Demand Draft in favour of “University of Petroleum & Energy Studies Fee Account”, payable at New Delhi (India) The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings and academic regulations or change of location at any time without assigning any reason or prior Note: The fee mentioned above is for first year only & the fee for the subsequent years shall be enhanced by 5% every year till the duration of the program. notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University.B. OTHER FEE Industrial Tour Charge: In order to give real life exposure of the industry, short duration and long duration industrial tours would be organized for all students of full time programs. Participation in the industrial tour is mandatory for which a charge of 16,000/- (one time) is payable at the time of registration. Alumni Fee: This Fee is applicable to students of all the programs of the University. An Alumni Fee of 1,500/- is to be paid along with 3rd Semester fee of MBA, M. Tech / 7th Sem. fee of B. Tech. / 5th Sem. fee of BBA and 9th Sem. fee of BA LL.B & BBA LL.B/ 11th Sem. of B.Tech LL.B. Personality Development Program (PDP) Fee: To improve communication & soft skills, it is mandatory for all the students to attend the Personality Development Program organized by UPES. PDP fee for MBA / M.Tech is 10,000/- payable along with 2nd Semester Fee; and for Under Graduate Programs (BBA/ BA LLB/ BBA LLB/ BTECH/ B.TECH+LLB) is 15,000/- payable along with 3rd semester fee. Refundable Security: Refundable (interest free) security amount of 20,000/- is also payable at the time of registration. In case any taxes/ levies on fee are charged by the Central/State/Local Authorities/Overseas Authorities from time to time, the same shall also be borne by the students. Students of BBA Aviation Operations will additionally have to pay applicable IATA course fee (approx. 30,000/-) along with the semester fee during October 2012. One time Academic Computing fee: 30,000/- will be charged at the time of registration towards computing devise and allied computing services. The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 16 17
    • ® ® PROGRAMS ON OFFER / INTAKE / CODES at UPES, Dehradun PROGRAMS ON OFFER / INTAKE / CODES at UTM, Shillong Kindly refer to the following table for filling up the OMR Application Form Kindly refer to the following table for filling up the OMR Application Form + + Program Intake Code Program Intake Code BBA Oil & Gas Marketing 40 12001 Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication 50 62001 BBA Aviation Operations 40 12002 BBA Logistics Management 40 12003 BBA Retail Marketing 50 62002 BBA Auto Retailing 40 12004 BBA Hospitality, Travel and Tourism 50 62003 MBA Oil & Gas Management 60 22005 Bachelor of Design (Fashion Communication) + MBA (Fashion Management) 5 years 50 62004 MBA Energy Trading 30 22006 integrated program MBA Power Management 60 22007 MBA Event Management 40 72001 MBA Port & Shipping Management 40 22008 MBA Fashion Management 40 72002 MBA Logistics & Supply Chain Management 60 22009 PGDM Sports Management 40 72003 MBA International Business 60 22010 MBA Aviation Management 40 22011 B.Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualization Technology* 60 81001 MBA Information Systems Management 40 22012 B.Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Retail Informatics* 60 81002 MBA Infrastructure Management 40 22013 B.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineering 60 81003 B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering with specialization in Upstream 40 31001 + B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering with specialization in Gas As per Academic Council decision, the University at its discretion may exceed the approved intake by 10%. 40 31002 B. Tech. Chemical Engineering with specialization in Refining & Petrochemicals 40 31003 *In collaboration with IBM B. Tech. Geo Science Engineering 40 31004 For more details on eligibility and admission criteria about UTM, Shillong programs please visit www.utm.ac.in B. Tech. Geo-Informatics Engineering 40 31005 B. Tech. Automotive Design Engineering 60 31006 B. Tech. Aerospace Engineering 30 31007 B.Tech. Aerospace Engineering with specialization in Avionics Engineering 30 31008 B. Tech. Electronics Engineering 60 31009 B. Tech. Mechatronics Engineering 60 31010 B. Tech. Power System Engineering 60 31011 B. Tech. Infrastructure Engineering 60 31012 B. Tech. Material Science Engineering with specialization in Nano Technology 60 31013 B. Tech. Fire & Safety Engineering 40 31014 B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Technology* 60 31015 B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Open Source & Open Standards* 60 31016 B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Mainframe Technology* 60 31017 B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Oil & Gas Informatics* 60 31018 B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Telecom Informatics* 60 31019 B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Retail Informatics* 60 31020 B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Infrastructure Management* 60 31021 B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Business Analytics and Optimization* 60 31022 M. Tech. Health, Safety & Environmental Engineering 40 41016 M. Tech. Petroleum Exploration 15 41017 M. Tech Energy Systems 20 41018 M. Tech. Pipeline Engineering 20 41019 M. Tech. Process Design Engineering 20 41020 M. Tech. Robotics Engineering 20 41021 M. Tech. Artificial Intelligence Artificial Neural Networks 15 41022 M. Tech. Computational Fluid Dynamics 15 41023 5 years Integrated BA LL.B. with emphasis on Energy Laws 120 53001 5 years Integrated BBA LL.B. with emphasis on Corporate Laws 60 53002 B. Tech. Energy Technology + LLB with emphasis on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) 60 53003 B. Tech. Computer Science + LLB with emphasis on Cyber Laws 60 53004 + As per Academic Council decision, the University at its discretion may exceed the approved intake by 10%.18 19 *In collaboration with IBM
    • ® ® BBA (Oil & Gas Marketing) Semester I Semester II ! Business Organization ! Organizational Behavior UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES ! Business Economics I ! Business Economics II ! Business Mathematics ! Business Statistics ! Business Accounting Financial Management Program Contents ! ! Business Computing ! Business Communication II ! Business Communication I ! Marketing Management ! Understanding Oil & Gas Business COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS STUDIES Semester III Semester IV ! Human Resource Management ! International Business ! Operations and Materials Management ! Advertising & Sales Promotion UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMS ! Logistics and Supply Chain Management ! Research Methodology & Report Writing ! Consumer Behavior & Market Research ! Understanding New Energy Resources • BBA Oil & Gas Marketing ! Oil / Gas Storage & Transportation ! Internet & Petroleum E – Commerce • BBA Aviation Operations ! Petroleum Retail Development ! Petroleum Business Regulation & Law • BBA Logistics Management ! Industry Visit • BBA Auto Retailing POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS Semester V Semester VI • MBA Oil & Gas Management ! Customer Relationship Management ! Project Management • MBA Energy Trading ! Business Policy & Strategy ! Entrepreneurship & Venture Management • MBA Power Management ! Negotiating Skills ! Lubricant Marketing • MBA Port & Shipping Management ! HSE in Petroleum Industry ! Gas Fundamentals & Marketing ! Summer Internship ! Energy Retail Economics • MBA Logistics & Supply Chain Management ! Dissertation I ! Dissertation II • MBA International Business • MBA Aviation Management • MBA Information Systems Management • MBA Infrastructure Management The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University.20 21
    • ® ® BBA (Aviation Operations) BBA (Logistics Management) Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II ! Business Organization ! Organizational Behavior ! Business Organization ! Organization Behavior ! Introduction to Aviation Industry ! Business Economics I ! Business Economics I ! Transportation Economics ! Business Mathematics ! Business Statistics ! Business Mathematics ! Business Statistics ! Business Accounting ! IATA Travel & Tourism* ! Business Accounting ! Financial Management ! Business Communication I ! Business Computing ! Business Communication II ! Business Computing ! Business Communication I ! Marketing Management ! Understanding Logistics Semester III Semester IV Semester III Semester IV ! Marketing Management ! Business Communication II ! Human Resource Management ! Global Supply Chain Management ! Research Methodology and Report Writing ! Business Law ! Operations and Materials Management ! Introduction to ERP ! Airport Functions of Airlines ! Consumer Behavior and Market Research ! Logistics and Supply Chain Management ! Research Methodology & Report Writing ! Financial Management ! Marketing Communication ! Consumer Behavior & Market Research ! Logistics Information System ! Business Economics II ! Cargo Handling ! Project & Contract Management ! Industrial Visit ! Traveling Agency & Tour Operations ! Introduction to Service Logistics ! Intro to Multimodal & Transportation Semester V Semester VI Semester V Semester VI ! Essential of Strategic Management ! Airport Customer Services ! Customer Relationship Management ! Retail Logistics ! Customer Relationship Management ! Aviation Marketing ! Logistics Planning & Strategy ! Entrepreneurship & Venture Management ! International Business ! Human Resource Management ! Decision Modeling using spread sheet ! Logistics in Manufacturing sector ! Understanding of Aviation Business ! Dissertation II ! Supply Relationship Management ! Green SCM ! Tourism Enterprise Planning ! Summer Internship ! Dissertation II ! Dissertation I ! Dissertation I ! Summer Internship ! Industrial Tour Report* Non Credit but mandatory course. Additional IATA fee will be charged during first semesterThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 22 23
    • ® ® BBA (Auto Retailing) MBA (Oil & Gas Management) Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II ! Business Organization ! Organizational Behavior ! Economics & Management Decisions ! Operations & Materials Management ! Business Economics I ! Business Economics II ! Quantitative Techniques ! Marketing Management ! Business Mathematics ! Business Statistics ! Business Comm. & Negotiation Skills ! Research Methodology and App. Statistics ! Business Accounting ! Financial Management ! Organizational Behavior ! Human Resource Management ! Business Computing ! Business Communication II DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES ! Business Communication I ! Marketing Management ! Fundamentals of Oil & Gas Business ! Understanding of Natural Gas Business ! Fundamentals of Petroleum Exploration ! Petro Economics DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES ! Fundamentals of Refining ! Industrial Visit ! IT Applications in Petroleum Sector Semester III Semester IV ! Petroleum Industry Accounting DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES ! Human Resource Management ! Marketing of Services ! Petroleum Financial Management ! Operations and Materials Management ! Automotive Materials / Material Management ! Logistics and Supply Chain Management ! Research Methodology & Report Writing ! Consumer Behavior & Market Research ! CRM and e-CRM ! Introduction to Automotive Industry ! Integrated Marketing Communication ! Industry Visit Semester III Semester IV ! Project Management & Contract Administration ! E- Enterprise Management ! International Business Management DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES ! Business Policy & Strategy ! Oil & Gas Law & Policy ! Econometrics Semester V Semester VI ! Dissertation II ! Automotive Internet Marketing ! B2B Auto Retailing DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES ! Business Policy and Strategy ! Entrepreneurship and Venture Management ! POL: Retailing Total Quality Management Understanding Petro Chemical Business ! Health, Safety & Environment for Petroleum ! Brand Management ! ! ! Automotive Marketing Distribution/ Sales & Distribution Mgmt ! Dissertation II ! Summer Internship ! Summer Internship ! Dissertation I ! Dissertation I DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES ! Supply Chain & Logistics for Petroleum Industry ! Financing Petroleum Sector ProjectsThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 24 25
    • ® ® MBA (Energy Trading) MBA (Power Management) Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II ! Managerial Economics ! Econometrics • Economics & Management Decisions • Operations & Materials Management ! Marketing Management ! Human Resource Management • Quantitative Techniques • Marketing Management ! Business Comm. & Negotiation Skills ! Trade Procedures and Documentation • Business Comm. & Negotiation Skills • Research Methodology and App. Statistics ! Quantitative Techniques ! Research Methodology & Applied Statistics • Organizational Behavior • Human Resource Management ! Organizational Behavior DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Power Generation • Power Sector Planning DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES ! International Trade and Economics • Power Transmission • Power Distribution ! Overview of Maritime Logistics ! Understanding Energy Value Chain-II (Refining & Power) DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Power Station Management ! Understanding Energy Value Chain – 1 (Oil & Gas) ! Energy Economics (Petro & Power) • IT Applications in Power Sector • Industrial Visits ! Energy Trading Lab I (Power & Emissions) DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Power Industry Accounting DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES ! Industrial Visit Report • Power Financial Management ! IT Applications in Energy Sector ! Energy Industry Accounting DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES ! Financial Management in Energy Sector Semester III Semester IV Semester III Semester IV • Project Mgmt. & Contract Administration DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • International Finance Management • Comparative International Management • Business Policy & Strategy • Energy Law & Policy • Strategic Management DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Econometrics • Non Conventional Methods of Power Generation DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • HSE Challenges in Energy Sector DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Dissertation II • Energy Trading Lab-II • Oil Equity Acquisition & Asset Allocation • Regulatory Framework of Power Sector DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Energy Trading-1 (Oil & Gas Markets) • Energy Law & Policy II • Energy Power Trading • HSE for Power Industry • Energy Law & Policy-1 • Dissertation II • Power Pricing & Purchase Agreements • Energy Contracting & Negotiations • Summer Internship • Energy Trading II (Power & Emissions) • Dissertation I • Summer Internship DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Dissertation I • Supply Chain & Logistics for Power Industry DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Financing Energy Sector Projects • Energy Derivatives & Risk ManagementThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 26 27
    • ® ® MBA (Port & Shipping Management) MBA (Logistics & Supply Chain Management) Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II • Economics & Management Decisions • Operations & Materials Management • Economics & Management Decisions • Operations & Materials Management • Quantitative Techniques • Marketing Management • Quantitative Techniques • Research Methodology and App. Statistics • Business Comm. & Negotiation Skills • Research Methodology and App. Statistics • Organizational Behavior • Human Resource Management • Organizational Behavior • Human Resource Management • Marketing Management • Business Comm. & Negotiation Skills DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Econometrics • Port & Terminal Management • Maritime Economics • Introduction to Logistics & Supply Chain Management DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • International Maritime Transport • Industrial Visit DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Logistics Planning & Strategy DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • IT Application in Supply Chain • Lean Supply Chain Management • IT Applications in Port & Shipping • Port & Shipping Financial Management • Accounting in Logistics & Supply Chain Sector • Industrial Visits • Port & Shipping Industry Accounting DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Financial Management in Supply Chain Industry Semester III Semester IV Semester III Semester IV • Business Policy & Strategy • Customer Relationship Management • Business Policy and Strategy DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Econometrics DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Project Management & Contract Administration • Supply Chain Simulation DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Marine Insurance and Law • Business Process Re- Engineering • Dissertation II • Port Economics & Planning • Dissertation II DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Ship Operations Brokering & Chartering DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management • Customer Relationship Management • Liner Management • Maritime HSSE Management • Multi Model Transportation • Competitive Intelligence • Summer Internship • Marketing of Shipping Services • Supplier Relationship Management • Dissertation I • Summer Internship DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Dissertation- I • Supply Chain. & Logistics for Port & Ship. DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Maritime Enterprise Management • Supply Chain Modeling & DesignThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 28 29
    • ® ® MBA (International Business Management) MBA (Aviation Management) Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II • Economics & Management Decisions • Indian Economy & Trade Policies • Economics & Management Decisions • Econometrics • Quantitative Technique • Research Methodology and App Statistics • Quantitative Techniques • Marketing Management • Business Comm & Negotiation Skills • International Business Management • Business Comm. & Negotiation Skills • Research Methodology and App. Statistics • Organizational Behavior • Human Resource Management • Organizational Behavior • Human Resource Management • Marketing Management • Global Economic Environment DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • IT for Managers • International Logistics & Supply Chain Management • Fundamentals of Airlines Operations • Aviation Safety & Security Management • Financial Accounting • Financial Management • Airport Planning & Management • Airport Economics • International Marketing Management DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Air Cargo Management • Industrial Visits • IT Applications in Aviation Sector • Aviation Refuelling • Aviation Industry Accounting • Industrial Visits DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Aviation Financial Management Semester III Semester IV Semester III Semester IV • E- Business & E Commerce • Cross Cultural Management • Business Policy and Strategy • Customer Relationship Management • International Finance Management • International Business Negotiations • Contemporary issues in Aviation • Competitive Intelligence • International Business Strategy • Mergers, Acquisition, Corporate Regulation • Operations & Materials Management DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Commodity Trading & Price Risk Management • Dissertation II DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Aviation Regulatory Management • International Trade operations & Documentation • Airline Economics • Dissertation II • WTO & its impact on International Business • Aviation Forecasting Techniques DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Econometrics • Aviation Law and Insurance • Aviation Enterprise Management • Summer Internship • Summer Internship • Dissertation I • Dissertation- I DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Supply Chain Management & Logistics for Aviation Industry • Aviation Marketing ManagementThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 30 31
    • ® ® MBA (Information Systems Management) MBA (Infrastructure Management) Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II • Organisational Behaviour • Human Resource Management • Economics & Management Decisions • Operations & Materials Management • Quantitative Techniques • Research Methodology & Applied Statistics • Quantitative Techniques • Marketing Management • Business Communication & Negotiation Skills • Enterprise Risk Management • Business Comm. & Negotiation Skills • Research Methodology and App. Statistics • Economics & Management Decisions • Operations Management • Organizational Behavior • Human Resource Management • Marketing Management DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Business Process Management Systems • Infrastructure Development • Strategic Issues in Infrastructure Creation • Network & IT Infrastructure Management • E-Commerce and E Business Systems • Infrastructure Sector Economy & Planning • Infrastructure Management • Managing Information System • Recent Trends in IT - II DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Infrastructure Law & Policy • Recent Trends in IT - I • Industrial Visit • IT Applications in Infrastructure • Industrial Visit DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Accounting in Infrastructure Sector DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Accounting in IT Sector • Financial Management in IT Sector • FDI in Infrastructure Sector Semester III Semester IV Semester III Semester IV • Business Policy & Strategic Management DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Project Mgmt. & Contract Administration DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • International Business Management • Energy Informatics • Business Policy & Strategy • BOOT/ BOLT Agreement • Business Process Outsourcing • ERP Configuration & Management • Econometrics • Infrastructure for Rural & Social Sector & E Governance DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Recent Trends in IT - IV DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES • Resourcing for Infrastructure • Enterprise Business Applications DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Non Conventional Methods of Infrastructure Creations • Dissertation II • IT Project Management • Legal Aspects of Business • Urban Infrastructure Mgmt & Regulation • Business Analytics • Dissertation II • Urban Transport Infrastructure Mgmt • Recent Trends in IT - III • Summer Internship DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Dissertation I • Summer Internship DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES • Dissertation I • Financing Infrastructure ProjectsThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 32 33
    • ® ® B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering with specialization in UpstreamUNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES Semester I Semester II ! Physics I ! Physics II COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING STUDIES ! Chemistry I ! Chemistry II ! Mathematics I ! Mathematics II UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMS ! Computer Science ! Engineering Graphics • B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering with specialization in Upstream ! Communication Workshop I ! Communication Workshop II • B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering with specialization in Gas ! Workshop Technology ! Material & Energy Flow Competition • B. Tech. Chemical Engineering with specialization in Refining & Petrochemicals ! Environmental Studies ! Applied Geology I • B. Tech. Geo Science Engineering • B. Tech. Geo-Informatics Engineering PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • B. Tech. Automotive Design Engineering ! Physics Lab I ! Engineering Graphics Lab I • B. Tech. Aerospace Engineering ! Chemistry Lab I ! Physics Lab II • B. Tech. Aerospace Engineering with specialization in Avionics Engineering • B. Tech. Electronics Engineering ! Computer Lab ! Chemistry Lab II • B. Tech. Mechatronics Engineering ! Engineering Workshop • B. Tech. Power System Engineering • B. Tech. Infrastructure Engineering • B. Tech. Material Science Engineering with specialization in Nano Technology • B. Tech. Fire & Safety Engineering • B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Technology* Semester III Semester IV • B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Open Source & Open Standards* ! Mathematics III ! Fluid Mechanics • B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Mainframe Technology* • B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Oil & Gas Informatics * ! Mechanics of Solids ! Basic Electrical Engineering • B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Telecom Informatics* ! Introduction to Petroleum Operations ! Basic Electronics Engineering • B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Retail Informatics* ! Thermodynamics & Heat Engines ! Drilling Engineering & Well Completion • B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Infrastructure Management* ! Communication Workshop III ! Applied Geology III • B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Business Analytics and Optimization * ! Programming Language & DBMS ! Surveying Applied Geology II ! Communication Workshop IV POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS ! PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • M. Tech. Health, Safety & Environmental Engineering ! Petroleum Product Testing Lab ! Fluid Mechanics Lab • M. Tech. Petroleum Exploration ! Engineering Graphics Lab II ! Surveying Lab • M. Tech Energy Systems ! Material Testing Lab ! Electrical & Electronics Lab • M. Tech. Pipeline Engineering • M. Tech. Process Design Engineering ! Programming Language & DBMS Lab ! Geology Lab • M. Tech. Robotics Engineering • M. Tech. Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Neural Networks The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. • M. Tech. Computational Fluid Dynamics *In collaboration with IBM34 33 35
    • ® ® B. Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering B. Tech. (Applied Petroleum Engineering) with specialization in Upstream with specialization in Gas Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II ! Production Engineering I ! Applied Numerical Methods • Physics I • Physics II ! Reservoir Engineering I ! Reservoir Engineering II • Chemistry I • Chemistry II ! Heat Transfer Processes ! Well Log Analysis & Well Testing • Mathematics I • Mathematics II ! Natural Gas Engineering ! Industrial Management • Computer Science • Applied Geology ! Chemical Thermodynamics ! Material Science • Professional Communication I • Engineering Graphics PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Workshop Technology • Professional Communication II ! Heat Transfer Lab ! Minor Project II PRACTICAL • Environmental Studies ! Drilling Fluid & Cementation Lab ! Comprehensive Viva I • Physics Lab I PRACTICAL • Chemistry Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab I ! Minor Project I • Computer Lab • Physics Lab II ! Industrial Visit • Professional Communication Lab I • Chemistry Lab II • Engineering Workshop • Professional Communication Lab II Semester VII Semester VIII ! Offshore Drilling & Production Operations ! Petroleum Engineering Economics ! Production Engineering II ! Safety, Health & Environment Management Semester III Semester IV ! Pipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas ! Well Stimulation • Mathematics III • Fluid Mechanics Elective I Elective II • Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering • Mass Transfer Operations I ! Petroleum Production System Design ! Enhanced Oil Recovery • Introduction to Petroleum Operations • Chemical Thermodynamics ! Reservoir Modeling & Simulation ! Developing LNG Production & Handling • Thermodynamics & Heat Engines • Drilling Engineering & Well Completion • Material & Energy Flow Computation • Programming Language & DBMS ! Coal Bed Methane Technology PRACTICAL • Technical Communication • Engineering Mechanics & Mechanics of Solids PRACTICAL ! Major Project II PRACTICAL PRACTICAL ! Reservoir & Production Engineering Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab II • Fluid Mechanics Lab ! Major Project I • Petroleum Production Testing Lab • Material Testing Lab ! Seminar • Electrical & Electronics Lab • Mass Transfer Lab ! Industrial Training • Programming Language & DBMS Lab ! Comprehensive Viva IIThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 36 37
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Applied Petroleum Engineering) B. Tech. Chemical Engineering with specialization in with specialization in Gas Refining & Petrochemicals Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Production Engg I • Applied Numerical Methods • Physics I • Physics II • Reservoir Engg I • Industrial Management • Chemistry I • Chemistry II • Heat Transfer Processes • Chemical Reaction Engineering • Mathematics I • Mathematics II • Natural Gas Engineering • Air Fractionation & Purification of Gases • Environment Studies • Material & Energy Flow Computation • Instrumentation & Control • Reservoir Engineering II • Computer Science • Engineering Graphics • Material Science • Gasification & Gas to Liquid Technology • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Communication Workshop 1.2 PRACTICAL • Petroleum Refining and Petrochemical Technology • Workshop Technology • Programming Language & DBMS • Heat Transfer Lab PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Drilling Fluid lab • Minor Project II • Physics Lab I • Programming Language & DBMS Lab • Minor Project I • Comprehensive Viva I • Chemistry Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Industrial Visit • Instrumentation and Control Lab • Computer Lab • Physics Lab II • Language Lab • Language through Literature • Engineering Workshop Lab • Chemistry Lab II Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Production Engineering II • Safety, Health & Environment Management • Mathematics III • Fluid Mechanics • Pipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas • Petroleum Engineering Economics • Mechanics of Solids • Thermodynamics - II • City Gas Distribution & Pipeline Network • Natural Gas Storage, Modeling & Simulation • Introduction to Petroleum Operations • Mass Transfer I • Formation Evaluation and Well Stimulation • Thermodynamics - I • Particulate Technology • Basic Electrical Engineering • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Basic Electronics Engineering • Heat Transfer PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Engineering Graphics Lab II • Fluid Mechanics Lab • Material Testing Lab • Particulate Technology Lab • Petroleum Product Testing Lab • Heat Transfer Lab • Electrical & Electronics LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 38 39
    • ® ® B. Tech. Chemical Engineering with specialization in B. Tech. (Geo Science Engineering) Refining & Petrochemicals Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Mass Transfer II • Chemical Reaction Engineering - II • Physics I • Physics II • Process Instrumentation • Natural Gas Engg. & Processing • Chemistry I • Chemistry II • Petroleum Refining Technology • Industrial Management • Mathematics I • Mathematics II • Chemical Reaction Engineering - I • Petrochemical Processes • Applied Geology I • Applied Geology II • Material Science • Process Equipment Design • Computer Fundamentals & Operations • Engineering Graphics • Applied Numerical Methods • Process Control • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Communication Workshop 1.2 PRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 3.0 • Environmental Studies • Workshop Technology • Mass Transfer Lab PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Minor Project I • Instrumentation & Control Lab • Physics Lab I • Engineering Workshop • Industrial Visit • Reaction Engineering Lab • Chemistry Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Minor Project II • Computer Lab • Physics Lab II • Comprehensive Viva I • Language Lab • Geology Lab I • Language through Literature • Chemistry Lab II Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Process Optimization • Chemical Project Economics • Mathematics III • Methods of Petroleum Exploration I • Pipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas • Safety, Health & Environment Mgmt. • Applied Geology III • Planning and Surveying • Petroleum Refining Process Design Elective II (choose any one) • Fluid Mechanics • Statistical Methods in Geosciences Elective I (choose any one) • Polymer Processing & Technology • Thermodynamics & Heat Engines • Programming Language & DBMS • Catalyst Design & Catalysis • Process Modelling & Simulation • Ground water Exploration • Economic Geology • Fluidization PRACTICAL • Basics Electrical Engineering • Methods of Petroleum Exploration II PRACTICAL • Major Project II • Basics Electronics Engineering • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Major Project I PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Seminar • Engineering Graphics Lab II • Surveying Lab • Industrial Training • Geology Lab II • Programming Language & DBMS Lab • Comprehensive Viva II • Fluid Mechanics Lab • Electrical & Electronics LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 40 41
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Geo Science Engineering) B. Tech. (Geo-Informatics Engineering) Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Drilling Engineering & Well Completion • Basin Analysis • Physics I • Physics II • Applied Numerical Methods • Geo Thermal Science • Chemistry I • Chemistry II • Rock Mechanics & Geo Technical Engineering • Applied Micro Paleontology • Mathematics I • Mathematics II • Sedimentology • Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg. • Applied Geology I • Applied Geology II • Mineral Exploration and Mining Geology • Analytical Methods in Geosciences • Computer Fundamentals & Operations • Engineering Graphics • Photogrammetry Remote Sensing GIS and GPS • Industrial Management • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Communication Workshop 1.2 PRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 3.0 • Environmental Studies • Workshop Technology • GIS Lab PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Drilling Fluids & Cementation Lab • Minor Project II • Physics Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Minor Project I • Comprehensive Viva I • Chemistry Lab I • Physics Lab II • Industrial Visit • Computer Lab • Chemistry Lab II • Language Lab • Language through Literature • Geology Lab 1 Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Formation Evaluation and Well Logging • Asset Management • Mathematics III • Methods of Petroleum Exploration I • Methods in Structural Geology • Safety, Health & Environment Mgmt. • Applied Geology III • Planning and Surveying • Geophysical Data Acquisition: Processing & Interpretation Elective II (choose one) • Fluid Mechanics • Statistical Methods in Geosciences Elective I (choose any one) 3 • Resource Economics and Risk Management in Exploration • Thermodynamics & Heat Engines • Programming Language & DBMS • Principle of Petroleum Production Engineering • Operational Law & Contract Administration • Introduction to Geoinformatics • Instrumentation & Control • Principle of Reservoir Engineering PRACTICAL • Basic Electrical Engineering • Communication Workshop 2.0 PRACTICAL • Major Project II • Basics Electronics Engineering PRACTICAL • Major Project I • Seminar II PRACTICAL • Instrumentation & Control Lab • Seminar I • GIS Lab I • Surveying Lab • Industrial Training • Geology Lab II • Programming Language & DBMS Lab • Comprehensive Viva II • Fluid Mechanics Lab • Electrical & Electronics LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 42 43
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Geo-Informatics Engineering) B. Tech. (Automotive Design Engineering) Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Drilling Engineering & Well Completion • Basin Analysis • Physics I • Physics II • Methods of Petroleum Exploration II • Geo Thermal Science • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Rock Mechanics & Geo Technical Engineering • Digital Image Processing • Mathematics I • Material Science • Sedimentology • Spatial Database System • Engineering Mechanics • Engineering Graphics – I • Mineral Exploration and Mining Geology • GIS and Satellite Navigation System • Computer Fundamentals & Operations • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Phogrametry and Remote Sensing GIS and GPS • Industrial Management • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Workshop Technology PRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 3.0 • Environmental Studies • Introduction to Transportation Systems • GIS Lab II PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Drilling Fluids & Cementation Lab • Minor Project II • Physics Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Minor Project I • Comprehensive Viva I • Chemistry Lab • Physics Lab II • Industrial Visit • Language Lab • Language through Literature • Computer Lab • Engineering Workshop Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Formation Evaluation and Well Logging • Asset Management • Mathematics III • Components of Automotive Chassis • Geophysical Data Acquisition: Procesing and Interpetation • Application of Geo Informatics II • Thermal Engineering • Automotive Electrical & Electronic Systems • Application of Geo Informatics I Elective II (choose one) • Strength of Materials • I. C. Engine - I Elective I (any one) • Mobile Mapping • Basic Electrical Engineering • Design of Machine Elements • Principles of Reservoir Engineering • Advance Remote Sensing • Basic Electronics Engineering • Kinematics & Dynamics of Machines • Spatial Data Analysis & Modeling PRACTICAL • Applied Fluid Mechanics • Programming Language & DBMS PRACTICAL • Major Project II • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Manufacturing Technology • Major Project I PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Seminar • Engineering Graphics – II • Automotive Chassis Component Lab • Industrial Training • Fluid Mechanics Lab • Manufacturing & Metrology Lab • Comprehensive Viva II • Material Testing Lab • Automotive Electrical & Electronic Lab • Electrical & Electronics Lab • Programming Language & DBMS LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 44 45
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Automotive Design Engineering) B. Tech. (Aerospace Engineering) Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Advanced Transportation Studies • Automotive Transmission Systems • Physics I • Physics II • Automotive Chassis Components Design • Vehicle Body Engineering • Mathematics I • Chemistry • I. C. Engine - II • Robotics • Computer Science • Mathematics II • Vehicle Dynamics • Mechatronics • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Engineering Mechanics +Mechanics of Solids • Applied Numerical Techniques • Heat Transfer Processes • Engineering Graphics • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Communication Workshop 3.0 PRACTICAL • Workshop Technology • Environmental Studies • Micro Processor Based Control System • CAD Appl. for Chassis Components Design PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Robotics & CAM Lab • Physics Lab I • Physics Lab II • CAD Appl. in Automotive Engine Design • Heat Transfer Lab & Thermal Lab • Computer Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab II • Engine Testing & Emission Measurement Lab • Industrial Visit • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Chemistry Lab • Engine Troubleshooting & Servicing Lab • Minor Project II • Language Lab • Language through Literature • Minor Project I • Comprehensive Viva I • Engineering Workshop Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Two & Three Wheelers Technology • Industrial Management • Mathematics III • Digital Electronics & Microprocessors • Advanced Manufacturing Technology • Economics and Life Cycle Concepts • Material Science • Aerodynamics I • Automotive Engine Component Design • Elective (any one subject) • Applied Fluid Mechanics • Programming Language & DBMS PRACTICAL • Computational Fluid Dynamics • Thermodynamics & Heat Engines • Propulsion I • Design & Analysis Softwares Lab. • Vehicle Infotronics • Basic Electrical Engineering • Heat Transfer Processes • Major Project I • Alternate Fuel for Automobiles • Basics Electronics Engineering • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Seminar PRACTICAL • Introduction to Aerospace Engg PRACTICAL • Industrial Training • Major Project II PRACTICAL • Heat Transfer Lab • Comprehensive Viva II • Applied Fluid Mechanics Lab • Programming Language & DBMS Lab • Electrical & Electronics Lab • CAD (Advanced Aero Drawing) • Mechanics of Solid LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 46 47
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Aerospace Engineering with B. Tech. (Aerospace Engineering) specialization in Avionics Engineering) Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Flight Mechanics I • Introduction to Vibration Analysis • Physics I • Physics II • Aircraft Material & Manufacturing Techniques • Propulsion II • Mathematics I • Chemistry • Aircraft Structures I • Flight Mechanics II • Computer Science • Mathematics II • Aerodynamics II • Supersonic & Hypersonic Aerodynamics • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Engineering Mechanics +Mechanics of Solids • Applied Numerical Methods • Aircraft Structures II • Engineering Graphics • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Radio & Satellite Communications • Communication Workshop 3.0 • Workshop Technology • Environmental Studies PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Aerodynamics Lab • Aircraft Structures Lab • Physics Lab I • Physics Lab II • Aero Modeling & Fabrication Lab • Propulsion Lab • Computer Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab II • Minor Project I • Industrial Visit • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Chemistry Lab • Comprehensive Viva I • Language Lab • Language through Literature • Minor Project II • Engineering Workshop Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Industrial Management • Design of Aerospace Vehicles • Mathematics III • Digital Electronics & Microprocessors • Rocket Propulsion • Spacecraft Dynamics & Attitude Control • Material Science • Aerodynamics I • Aircraft Maintenance & Legislation Elective II (choose any one) • Applied Fluid Mechanics • Programming Language & DBMS • Flight Dynamics & Control • Introduction to Aeroelasticity • Thermodynamics & Heat Engines • Propulsion I Elective I (choose any one) • Space Science & Space Envt. • Basic Electrical Engineering • Heat Transfer Processes • Helicopter Engineering Elective III (choose any one) • Basics Electronics Engineering • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Orbital Mechanics • Computational Fluid Dynamics • Introduction to Aerospace Engg PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Finite Element Analysis • Communication Workshop III • Heat Transfer Lab • Flight Lab • Control Theory PRACTICAL • Programming Language & DBMS Lab • Comprehensive Viva II PRACTICAL • Applied Fluid Mechanics Lab • CAD (Advanced Aero Drawing) • Major Project I • Major Project II • Electrical & Electronics Lab • Seminar • Mechanics of Solid Lab • Industrial TrainingThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 48 49
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Aerospace Engineering with B. Tech. (Electronics Engineering) specialization in Avionics Engineering) Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Flight Mechanics I • Digital Signal Processing • Physics I • Physics II • Aircraft Material & Manufacturing Techniques • Propulsion II • Engineering Graphics • Chemistry • Aircraft Structures I • Flight Mechanics II • Mathematics I • Mathematics II • Aerodynamics II • Signals & Systems • Computer Science • Basics Electrical Engineering • Applied Numerical Methods • Aircraft Structures II • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Radio & Satellite Communications • Communication Workshop 3.0 • Workshop Technology • Environmental Studies PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Aerodynamics Lab • Aircraft Structures Lab • Physics Lab I • Electrical Lab • Aero Modeling & Fabrication Lab • Propulsion Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Physics Lab II • Minor Project I • Industrial Visit • Computer Lab • Chemistry Lab • Comprehensive Viva I • Engineering Workshop • Language through Literature • Minor Project II • Language Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Industrial Management • Avionics System Design • Mathematics III • Electromagnetic Field Theory • Avionics I • Spacecraft Dynamics & Attitude Control • OOPs using C++ • Instrumentation & Measurement • Avionics Maintenance & Legislation • Avionics II • Signals & Systems • Digital Electronics • Radar Technology Elective II (choose any one) • Electronic Devices & Circuits (EDC)-I • Electronic Devices & Circuits (EDC)-II Elective I (choose any one) • Computational Fluid Dynamics • Network Theory • Numerical Methods & Applications • Helicopter Engineering • Finite Element Analysis • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Probability and Random Variables • Orbital Mechanics • Control Theory PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • OOPs Lab • Instrumentation & Measurement Lab • Flight Lab • Major Project II • Electronics & Devices Circuits Lab - I • Electronics & Devices Circuits Lab - II • Comprehensive Viva II • Network Lab • Digital Electronics Lab • Major Project I • Electronics Workshop • Seminar • Industrial TrainingThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 50 51
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Electronics Engineering) B. Tech. (Mechatronics Engineering) Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Linear Integrated Circuits • Microwave Engineering • Physics I • Physics II • Antenna & Wave Propagation • Control System Engineering • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Microprocessor & Peripherals • Digital Signal Processing • Mathematics I • Basic Electrical Engineering • Analog Commucication • Digital Communication • Computer Fundamentals & Operations • Basic Electronics Engineering • Power Electronics & Derives • VLSI Technology & Processes • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Engineering Graphics I • Digital IC Applications PRACTICAL • Workshop Technology • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Communicaiton Workshop 3.0 • Advanced Microprocessor Lab PRACTICAL • Environmental Studies PRACTICAL • Digital Communication Lab • Physics Lab I PRACTICAL • Analog Communication Lab • DSP & MATLAB Lab • Chemistry Lab • Electrical& Electronics Lab • Microprocessor Lab • Industrial Visit • Computer Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Linear Integrated Circuit Lab • Minor Project II • Engineering Workshop • Physics Lab II • Minor Project I • Comprehensive Viva I • Language through Literature • Language Lab • Electrical Drives & Electronics Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • VLSI Design • Micro Electro Mechanical Systems • Materials Technology • Fluid Mechanics • Wireless Communications • Industrial Automation • OOPs with C++ • Metrology & Computer Aided Inspection • Artificial Intelligence • Industrial Management • Thermodynamics & Heat Engines • Mechanics of Solids Elective I (choose any one) Elective II (choose any one) • Analog and Digital Electronics • Control Engineering • Nano Electronics technology • VHDL • Electrical Machines • Instrumentation & Control • Remote Sensing • Multimedia Systems • Manufacturing Technology • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Solar Cell Technology • Biomedical Instrumentation PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Optical Communications • Radar Systems • OOPs Lab • Fluid Mechanics Lab • Satellite Communication • Broadband Wireless Communication • Engineering Graphics Lab -II • Instrumentation & Control Lab • Telecommunication switching Systems & Networks • Microcontroller & embedded system • Electrical Drives & Electronics Lab • Manufacturing science and material testing Lab PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • VLSI Lab • Major Project II • Major Project I • Seminar • Industrial TrainingThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 52 53
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Mechatronics Engineering) B. Tech. (Power System Engineering) Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Power Electronic & Derives • Design of Machine Elements • Physics I • Physics II • Numerical Methods & Applications • Robotics & Control • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Microprocessor & Microcontroller • Hydraulics and Pneumatics • Mathematics I • Engineering Graphics • Theory of Machines • Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) • Engineering Mechanics • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Computer Aided Manufacturing • Sensor Systems and Artificial Intelligence • Computer Fundamentals & Operations • Workshop Technology • Signal Processing and Systems • Computer Aided Design • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Object Oriented Programming using C++ PRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 3.0 • Environmental Studies PRACTICAL • Power Electronics & Drives Lab PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Programming Lab • Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab • Hydraulics & Pneumatics Lab • Physics Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Sensor & Signal Processing Lab • PLC and AI Lab • Chemistry Lab • Physics Lab II • CAM Lab • Robotics Lab • Computer Lab • Language through Literature • Minor Project I • Minor Project II • Language Lab • Engineering Workshop Lab • Comprehensive Viva I • Engineering Mechanics Lab • Industrial Visit Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Mechatronics System Design • Material Handling • Embedded Systems • Computational Fluid Dynamics • Mathematics III • Applied Fluid Mechanics • Fluid Power System & Factory Automation Elective II (choose any Two) • Thermodynamics & Heat Engines • Electric Machine II Elective I (choose any Two) • Robot Applications • Mechanics of Solids • Heat & Mass Transfer Process • Rapid Prototyping and Tooling • Micro Electromechanical System • Electric Circuit Theory • Control Engineering • Manufacturing System Analysis • Optimization Technique • Analog Electronics • Introduction to Power Generation Technology • Manufacturing Information System • Machine Vision • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Digital Electronics • Process Control Description • Electric Machine I PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Computer Integrated Manufacturing • CFD Lab PRACTICAL • Digital Electronics Lab PRACTICAL • Major Project II • Engineering Thermodynamics Lab • Control Engineering Lab • Mechatronics Lab • Electric Circuit Lab • Electric Machine II Lab • Computer Aided Design Lab • Electronics Lab • Thermal Lab • Major Project I • Electric Machines I Lab • Fluid Machines Lab • Seminar • Industrial Training • Comprehensive Viva IIThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 54 55
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Power System Engineering) B. Tech. (Infrastructure Engineering) Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Power Transmission • Power System Protection & Switchgear • Physics I • Physics II • Steam Genrator, its Aux and BOP • Hydro Power Generation • Mathematics I • Mathematics II • Steam Turbine and its Auxillaries • Power Plant Operation & Performance Monitoring • Chemistry • Engineering Graphics • Applied Numerical Methods • Power Electronics • Material Science • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Mesurement and Instrumentation • Power Distribution & Utilization • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Workshop Technology • Microprocessor • Nuclear Power Generation • Environmental Studies • Basic Electrical Engineering • Communication Workshop 3.0 PRACTICAL • Computer Fundamentals & Operations • Basic Electronics Engineering PRACTICAL • Power System Protection & Switchgear Lab • Basic Infrastructure Engineering • Engineering Mechanics • Microprocessor Lab • Power Electronics Lab PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Mesurement and Instrumentation Lab • Minor Project II • Physics Lab I • Physics Lab II • Power System Modeling & Simulation Lab • Comprehensive Viva I • Chemistry Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab • Minor Project I • Industrial Visit • Computer Lab • Engineering Workshop • Language Lab • Electrical & Electronics Lab • Language through Literature Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Automation in Power System • Energy Conservation & Audit • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Mathematics III • Power System Analysis & Stability • Electric Drives • Mechanics of Solids • Structural Analysis I • Project Management • HSE for Power Industry • Engineering Geology • Fluid Mechanics I Group Elective – Group - I (select any one) Group - III • Surveying I • Building Design & Drawing • Power Plant Maintenance Practices • Diesel & Gas Turbine Plant • Building Construction • Surveying II • Design of Mechanical Equipment • IGCC & Clean Coal Technology • Basic Mechanical Engineering • Concrete Technology Group - II (select any one) Group - IV PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • High Voltage Engineering • Load Dispatch & Electricity Regulation • Material Testing Lab • Computer Aided Drawing Lab PRACTICAL • Advance Power Transmission (HVDC, EHCAC, FACTS ) • Geology Lab • Surveying Practical II • Major Project I PRACTICAL • Surveying Practical I • Concrete Testing Lab • Seminar • Major Project II • Computer Aided Engg. Graphics • Fluid Mechanics Lab I • Industrial Training • Comprehensive Viva II The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University.assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 56 57
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Material Science Engineering) with B. Tech. (Infrastructure Engineering) specialization in Nano Technolgogy Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Applied Numerical Methods • Design of Steel Structures • Physics I • Physics II • Structural Analysis II • Project Cost Analysis • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Design of Concrete Structures • Environmental Engineering I • Mathematics I • Engineering Mechanics • Fluid Mechanics II • Transportation Engineering II • Workshop Technology • Engineering Graphics • Soil Mechanics • Foundation Engineering • Computer Science • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Transportation Engineering I • Water Resource Engineering • Thermodynamics & Heat Engines • Environmental Studies • Communication Workshop 3.0 PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Basic Electrical Engineering PRACTICAL • Steel Design Practical • Physics Lab I • Basic Electronics Engineering • Concrete Design Practical • Project Cost Analysis Practical • Chemistry Lab PRACTICAL • Fluid Mechanics Lab II • Environmental Engineering Lab • Computer Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab • Soil Mechanics Lab • Industrial Visit • Engineering Workshop Lab • Physics Lab II • Transportation Engineering Lab • Comprehensive Viva I • Language through Literature • Electrical &Electronics Engineering Lab • Minor Project I • Minor Project II • Language Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Infrastructure Construction Planning & Management • Infrastructure Safety & Maintenance • Mathematics III • Micro and Nano Materials Characterization • Advanced Design of Structures • Building Law & Professional Ethics • Metallurgical Thermodynamics & Kinetics • Electrical, Magnetic & Electronic Materials • Hydraulic Structures Elective II (any one subject) • Strength of Materials • Principles of Metal Extraction & Refining • Environmental Engineering II • Infrastructure Modeling • Material Science/Physical Metallurgy • Fuel Furnaces & Refractories Elective I (any one subject) • Pre-stressed Concrete • Transport Phenomenon • Particulate Processing • Design & Construction of Offshore Structures • Structural Dynamics • Introduction to Nano Technology • Applied Numerical Method • Optimization Methods and its Application in Infrastructure Engg. • Advanced Transportation Engg. PRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Finite Element Method PRACTICAL • Material Science Lab PRACTICAL • Ground Improvement Techniques • Seminar II • Metallurgical & Instrument Analysis Lab PRACTICAL • Comprehensive Viva II • Advanced Design Practical • Major Project II • Seminar I • Industrial Training • Major Project IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 58 59
    • ® ® B. Tech. (Material Science Engineering) with specialization in Nano Technolgogy B. Tech. (Fire & Safety Engineering) Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Nano Material Processing • Corrosion Science & Technology/Materials Degradation • Physics I • Physics II • Mechanical Behaviour & Properties of Materials & Its Prevention • Chemistry I • Chemistry II • Polymers & Ceramics • Iron & Steel Processing • Computer Science • Mathematics II • Energy Resources and Conversion • Phase Equilibria & Phase Transformation in Materials • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Manufacturing Process • Modeling & Simulation of Metallurgical Processes • Quality ,Reliability and Safety • Workshop Technology • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Manufacturing Processes • Industrial Management • Mathematics I • Engineering Graphics PRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 3.0 PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Manufacturing Lab PRACTICAL • Physics Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab • Materials Testing Lab • Corrosion Engineering Lab • Chemistry Lab I • Physics Lab II • Nano Materials Laboratory • Minor Project II • Computer Lab • Chemistry Lab II • Minor Project I • Comprehensive Viva I • Engineering Workshop • Language Lab • Industrial Visit • Language through Literature Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Nano Composite • Advanced Applications of Nano Technology • Mathematics III • Applied Numerical Techniques • Process Plant Design for Metallurgical Engineering Operations • Nano Electronics & Robotics • Chemical Engineering I • Chemical Engineering II • Non-Ferrous Materials Technology Elective II (choose any one) • Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Flow Machines • Strength of Materials Elective I (choose any one) • Tribology • Elements of Machine Drawing • Fire Engineering I • Finite Elements Methods • CFD • Principles of Safety Management • Electrical Technology & Safety in Electrical Systems • Advanced Manufacturing System • Advanced Materials Technology PRACTICAL • First Aid and Emergency Procedures PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab • Communication Workshop 2.0 • Composite and Nano Composite Fabrication Lab • Major Project II PRACTICAL • Seminar • Strength of Material Lab • Major Project I • Electrical Technology Lab • Industrial Training • Comprehensive Viva IIThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 60 61
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science Engineering B. Tech. (Fire & Safety Engineering) with specialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Tech.* Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Chemical Engineering III • Legal Aspects of Safety, Health & Environment • Physics I • Physics Lab II • Principles of Engineering Design • Chemical Process Safety • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Fire Engineering II • Process Instrumentation and Control Engineering • Mathematics I • Data Structures using C • Principles of Engineering Management • Fire Engineering III • Problem Solving with C • Engineering Graphics • Safety in Construction • Environmental Engineering & Management • Professional Communication I • Professional Communication II PRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 3.0 • Environmental Studies • Introduction to PHP using IDE on Linux • Safety Engineering Lab • Occupational Health and Hygiene Management • Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards; & OSS • Dynamic Paradigm in Cloud Computing 1 • Chemical Engineering Lab PRACTICAL Development Methodology • Introduction to Mathematical Logic • Minor Project I • Environmental Engineering & Management Lab PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Industrial Visit • Comprehensive Viva I • Physics Lab I • Data Structures using C Lab • Minor Project II • Chemistry Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab I • C Programming Lab • Physics Lab II • Professional Communication Lab I • Professional Communication Lab II • PHP Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Hazard Identification & HAZOP • Human Factors Engineering • Mathematics III • Microprocessors • Safety in Rail and Road Transport • Disaster Management • OOPS using C++ • Data Communication & Networks • Safety in Engineering Industry • Advanced Safety Engineering & Management • Computer Systems Architecture • Service Oriented Architecture • Fire Engineering IV • Insurance Claim Settlement • Introduction to Virtualization and cloud • Dynamic Paradigm in Cloud Computing 2 • Safety in Process Industry PRACTICAL • Technical Communication • Operating Systems PRACTICAL • Major Project II • Database Management Systems & Data Modelling • Advanced SQL • Fire Engineering Lab • Philosophy of Science • Theory of Automata & Computation • Industrial Hygiene Lab • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Introduction to Virtualization and Cloud 2 • Comprehensive Viva II PRACTICAL • Principles of Management • Major Project I • OOPS using C++ Lab PRACTICAL • Industrial Training • DBMS Lab • Microprocessor Lab • Seminar • Operating System Lab • Advanced SQL Lab • Hypervisor Lab *In collaboration with IBMThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 62 63
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science Engineering B. Tech. Computer Science Engineering with specialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Tech.* with specialization in Open Source & Open Standards* Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Software Engineering & UML • Software Project Management • Physics I • Physics II • Computer Graphics • Enterprise Java • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Cloud Computing Platforms: VmWare • Platforms: Cloudburst • Mathematics I • Data Structures using C • Java Programming • Dynamic Paradigm in Cloud Computing 3 • Problem Solving with C • Engineering Graphics • Advanced IDE • Storage Technology Foundation • Professional Communication I • Professional Communication II • Web Application server and Advanced PHP • Platform Tools • Environmental Studies • Introduction to PHP using IDE on Linux • HTML Programming PRACTICAL • Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards • Dynamic Paradigm in Open Source & Open Standards 1 • Organizational Behavior • Enterprise Java Lab PRACTICAL • Introduction to Mathematical Logic PRACTICAL • Minor Project II • Physics Lab I PRACTICAL • IDE Lab • Comprehensive Viva-I • Chemistry Lab • Data Structures using C Lab • Java & HTML Lab • Computer Graphics Lab • C Programming Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Minor Project I • Platforms lab • Professional Communication Lab I • Physics Lab II • Industrial Visit • Professional Communication Lab II • PHP Lab Semester III Semester IV Semester VII Semester VIII • Mathematics III • Microprocessors • Security • Network Security & Cryptography • OOPS using C++ • Data Communication & Networks • Application Development I • Dynamic Paradigm in Cloud Computing 4 • Computer Systems Architecture • IT Applications and Open Standards • Advanced Scripting • Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse • OSS Development Methodology • Dynamic Paradigm in Open Source & Open Standards 2 • Versioning & Bug Tracking • Managing the Cloud • Technical Communication • Operating Systems • Backup & DR • Application Development – II • Database Management Systems & Data Modelling • Advanced SQL • Performance Tuning • Entrepreneurship and Product Development • Philosophy of Science • Theory of Automata & Computation • Managerial Economics • Professional Ethics • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Graphic & Animation Tools • Scripting Lab PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Principles of Management PRACTICAL • Major Project II • OOPS using C++ Lab PRACTICAL • Seminar • DBMS Lab • Microprocessor Lab • Industrial Training • Operating Systems Lab • Comprehensive Viva II • Advanced SQL Lab • Performance Tuning Lab *In collaboration with IBM • Graphic & Animation Lab • Major Project I *In collaboration with IBMThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 64 65
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science Engineering B. Tech. Computer Science Engineering with specialization in Open Source & Open Standards* with specialization in Mainframe Technology* Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Software Engineering & UML • Software Project Management • Physics I • Physics II • Computer Graphics • Enterprise Java • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Marketing & Services in OSS • XML programming • Mathematics I • Data Structures using C • Java Programming • Dynamic Paradigm in Open Source & Open Standards 3 • Problem Solving with C • Engineering Graphics • Advanced IDE • Storage Technology Foundation • Professional Communication I • Professional Communication II • Web Application Server and Advanced PHP • Open Source Mobile Platform • Environmental Studies • Introduction to PHP using IDE on Linux • HTML Programming PRACTICAL • Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards & OSS • Dynamic Paradigm in Mainframe Technology 1 • Organizational Behavior • Enterprise Java Lab Development Methodology • Introduction to Mathematical Logic PRACTICAL • Minor Project II PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Advanced PHP & IDE Lab • Comprehensive Viva-I • Physics Lab I • Data Structures using C Lab • Java & HTML Lab • Computer Graphics Lab • Chemistry Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Minor Project I • Mobile Platform Lab • C Programming Lab • Physics Lab II • Industrial Visit • Professional Communication Lab I • Professional Communication Lab II • PHP Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Retail applications & ARTS - I • Network Security & Cryptography • Mathematics III • Microprocessors • Healthcare applications & HL7 - I • Dynamic Paradigm in Open Source & Open Standards 4 • OOPS using C++ • Data Communication & Networks • Web 2.0 Technologies • Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse • Computer Systems Architecture • Linux Implementation for System z • Versioning & bug tracking • Retail applications & ARTS - II • Fundamental System Skills on z/OS • Dynamic Paradigm in Mainframe Technology 2 • Graphics & Animation tools • Healthcare Applications & HL7 - II • Technical Communication • Operating Systems • Linux desktop & admin, OSS Tools and Device Setups on OS • Entrepreneurship and Product Development • Database Management Systems & Data Modelling • Advanced SQL Platform • Professional Ethics • Philosophy of Science • Theory of Automata & Computation • Managerial Economics PRACTICAL • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Mainframe Operating Systems • Scripting Lab • Major Project II PRACTICAL • Principles of Management PRACTICAL • OOPS using C++ Lab PRACTICAL • Seminar • DBMS Lab • Microprocessor Lab • Industrial Training • Operating System Lab • Comprehensive Viva II • Advanced SQL Lab • Performance Tuning Lab • Major Project I *In collaboration with IBM *In collaboration with IBMThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 66 67
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science Engineering B. Tech. Computer Science Engineering with specialization in Mainframe Technology* with specialization in Oil & Gas Informatics * Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Software Engineering & UML • Software Project Management • Physics I • Physics II • Computer Graphics • Enterprise Java • Chemistry • Mathematics II • z/OS services • Components or products of z/vm • Mathematics I • Data Structures using C • Java Programming • Dynamic Paradigm in Mainframe Technology 3 • Problem Solving with C • Engineering Graphics • Advanced IDE • Storage Technology Foundation • Professional Communication I • Professional Communication II • Web Application server and Advanced PHP • Parallel Sysplex for z/OS • Environmental Studies • Introduction to PHP using IDE on Linux • HTML Programming PRACTICAL • Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards; & OSS • Dynamic Paradigm in O&G Informatics 1 • Organizational Behavior • Enterprise Java Lab Development Methodology • Introduction to Mathematical Logic PRACTICAL • Minor Project II PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Advanced PHP & IDE Lab • Comprehensive Viva-I • Physics Lab I • Data Structures using C Lab • Java & HTML Lab • Computer Graphics Lab • Chemistry Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Minor Project I • C Programming Lab • Physics Lab II • Industrial Visit • Professional Communication Lab I • Professional Communication Lab II • PHP Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Resource allocation on System z • Network Security & Cryptography • Mathematics III • Microprocessors • Advanced Scripting • Dynamic Paradigm in Mainframe Technology 4 • OOPS using C++ • Data Communication & Networks • Versioning & Bug Tracking • Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse • Computer Systems Architecture • IT Applications and Open Standards in Oil & Gas Industry • Transaction manager on z/os - CICS • Networking under z/vm - zv10 • Fundamentals of Oil & Gas Business • Dynamic Paradigm in O&G Informatics 2 • SMP/E - Maintenance of z/os • Application Development – II • Technical Communication • Operating Systems • Managerial Economics • Entrepreneurship and Product Development • Database Management Systems and Data Modeling • Advanced SQL • Scripting Lab • Professional Ethics • Philosophy of Science • Theory of Automata & Computation PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Basics of Petroleum Exploration • Seminar • Major Project II PRACTICAL • Principles of Management • Industrial Training • OOPS using C++ Lab PRACTICAL • Comprehensive Viva II • DBMS Lab • Microprocessor Lab • Major Project I • Operating System Lab *In collaboration with IBM • Advanced SQL Lab *In collaboration with IBM • PETREL LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 68 69
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science Engineering B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Oil & Gas Informatics* with specialization in Telecom Informatics* Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Software Engineering & UML • Software Project Management • Physics I • Physics II • Computer Graphics • Enterprise Java • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Telemetry and SCADA Systems • Fundamentals of Refining • Mathematics I • Data Structures using C • Java Programming • Dynamic Paradigm in O& G Informatics 3 • Problem Solving with C • Engineering Graphics • Advanced IDE • Storage Technology Foundation • Professional Communication I • Professional Communication II • Web Application server and Advanced PHP • Understanding Petro-chemicals • Environmental Studies • Introduction to PHP using IDE on Linux • HTML Programming PRACTICAL • Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards • Dynamic Paradigm in Telecom Informatics 1 • Organizational Behavior • Enterprise Java Lab PRACTICAL • Introduction to Mathematical Logic PRACTICAL • Minor Project II • HTML programming PRACTICAL • Advanced PHP & IDE Lab • Comprehensive Viva-I • Physics Lab I • Data Structures using C Lab • Java & HTML Lab • Computer Graphics Lab • Chemistry Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Minor Project I • Aspen Hysis Lab • C Programming Lab • Physics Lab II • Industrial Visit • Professional Communication Lab I • Professional Communication Lab II • PHP Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Health, Safety and Environmental Issues • Network Security & Cryptography • Mathematics III • Microprocessors and Embedded Systems • Web 2.0 Technologies • Dynamic Paradigm in O&G Informatics 4 • OOPS using C++ • Computer Networks • Versioning & Bug Tracking • Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse • Computer Systems Architecture • Dynamic Paradigm in Telecom Informatics 2 • Production Engineering • Geophysical Data Acquisition: Processing & Interpretation • Fundamentals of Telecom Business • Operating Systems • Photogrammetry: Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS • Spatial Data Analysis & Modeling • Technical Communication • Advanced SQL • Spatial Database System • Entrepreneurship and Product Development • Database Management Systems and data modeling • Theory of Automata & Computation • Managerial Economics • Professional Ethics • Philosophy of Science • Advanced concepts in Telecom business PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Principles of Management • Scripting Lab • Major Project II PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Seminar • OOPS using C++ Lab • Microprocessor & Embedded systems Lab • Industrial Training • DBMS Lab • Operating System Lab • Comprehensive Viva II • Advanced SQL Lab • Eclipse Lab • Networking lab • Major Project I *In collaboration with IBM *In collaboration with IBMThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 70 71
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Telecom Informatics* with specialization in Retail Informatics* Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Software Engineering & UML • Software Project Management • Physics I • Physics II • Computer Graphics • Enterprise Java • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Data Communications • Operating System Internals • Mathematics I • Data Structures using C • Java Programming • Dynamic Paradigm in Telecom Informatics 3 • Problem Solving with C • Engineering Graphics • Advanced IDE • Mobile Communication Standards • Professional Communication I • Professional Communication II • Web Application server and Advanced PHP PRACTICAL • Environmental Studies • Introduction to PHP using IDE on Linux • Organizational behavior • Enterprise Java Lab • Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards • Dynamic Paradigm in Retail PRACTICAL • Minor Project II • HTML programming • Introduction to Mathematical Logic • Advanced PHP & IDE Lab • Comprehensive Viva-I PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Java Lab • Software Project Management lab • Physics Lab I • Data Structures using C Lab • Computer Graphics Lab • Operating Systems Internals lab • Chemistry Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Minor Project I • C Programming Lab • Physics Lab II • Industrial Visit • Professional Communication Lab I • Professional Communication Lab II • PHP Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Mobile Communication Network Design • Network Security & Cryptography • Mathematics III • Microprocessors & Embedded Systems • Versioning & Bug Tracking • Dynamic Paradigm in Telecom Informatics 4 • OOPS using C++ • IT Applications and Open Standards in Retail • Mobile Apps using Android • Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse • Computer Systems Architecture • Dynamic Paradigm in Retail 2 • Operations Support System (OSS) • Business Support System (BSS) • Introduction to Retail Business • Operating Systems • Business Analytics and Optimization (BAO) • Entrepreneurship and product development • Technical Communication • Advanced SQL • Managerial Economics • Professional Ethics • Database Management Systems and data modeling • Theory of Automata & Computation PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Philosophy of Science • Retail Marketing applications • Seminar • Major Project II • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Principles of Management • Industrial Training PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Comprehensive Viva II • OOPS using C++ Lab • Microprocessor & embedded systems Lab • Mobile network design lab • DBMS Lab • Operating System Lab • Mobile Apps Lab • Advanced SQL Lab • Major Project I • Retail Marketing lab *In collaboration with IBM *In collaboration with IBMThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 72 73
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science B. Tech. Computer Science with specialization in Retail Informatics* with specialization in Infrastructure Management* Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Software Engineering & UML • Software Project Management • Physics I • Physics II • Computer Graphics • Enterprise Java • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Data Communication & Networks • Store design and visual merchandising • Mathematics I • Data Structures using C • Retail Location Strategies • Dynamic Paradigm in Retail 3 • Problem Solving with C • Engineering Graphics • Java Programming • Storage Technology Foundation • Professional Communication I • Professional Communication II • Advanced IDE • Category Management • Environmental Studies • Service Management -an introduction • Web Application server and Advanced PHP PRACTICAL • Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards • Dynamic Paradigm in Infrastructure 1 • Organizational behavior • Enterprise Java Lab • HTML programming • Introduction to Mathematical Logic PRACTICAL • Minor Project II PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Advanced PHP & IDE Lab • Comprehensive Viva-I • Physics Lab I • Data Structures using C Lab • Java Lab • Chemistry Lab • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Computer Graphics Lab • C Programming Lab • Physics Lab II • Minor Project I • Professional Communication Lab I • Professional Communication Lab II • Industrial Visit Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Retail Buying • Network Security & Cryptography • Mathematics III • Microprocessors & embedded systems • Web 2.0 Technologies • Dynamic Paradigm in Retail 4 • OOPS using C++ • Servers & Server Management • Versioning & bug tracking • Retail Analytics • Computer Systems Architecture • Dynamic Paradigm in Infrastructure 2 • Retail Mathematics • e-payment systems • Networks & Network Management • Operating Systems • Retail Supply Chain • Non store retail • Technical Communication • Advanced SQL • CRM and Loyalty • Entrepreneurship and product development • Database Management Systems & data modelling • Theory of Automata & Computation • Managerial Economics • Professional Ethics • Philosophy of Science • Storage Technology Foundation PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Principles of Management • Scripting Lab • Major Project II PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Seminar • OOPS using C++ Lab • Microprocessor & Embedded systems Lab • Industrial Training • DBMS Lab • Operating Systems Lab • Comprehensive Viva II • Advanced SQL Lab • Eclipse Lab • Element management for RIM-1 Lab • Major Project I *In collaboration with IBM *In collaboration with IBMThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 74 75
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science B. Tech. Computer Science with with specialization in Infrastructure Management* specialization in Business Analytics and Optimization* Semester V Semester VI Semester I Semester II • Software Engineering & UML • Software Project Management • Physics I • Physics II • Computer Graphics • Enterprise Java • Chemistry • Mathematics II • Data Communication & Networks • Operations Management • Mathematics I • Data Structures using C • Application Management / Composite Application Management • Dynamic Paradigm in Infratructure 3 • Problem Solving with C • Engineering Graphics • Java Programming • ITIL Version 3 • Professional Communication I • Professional Communication II • Storage Management • Event Correlation, Aggregation, & Enrichment • Environmental Studies • Introduction to Business Analytics • CIM, Probes, Gateways - Introduction PRACTICAL • Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards & OSS • Dynamic Paradigm in Analytics 1 • Organizational behavior • Operations management for RIM-1 Lab Development Methodology • Introduction to Mathematical Logic PRACTICAL • Minor Project II • HTML programming PRACTICAL • Element management for RIM-2 Lab • Comprehensive Viva-I PRACTICAL • Data Structures using C Lab • composite app.mgmnt lab • Operations management for RIM-2-omnibus and impact Lab • Physics Lab I • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Computer Graphics Lab • Chemistry Lab • Physics Lab II • Minor Project I • C Programming Lab • Professional Communication Lab II • Industrial Visit • Professional Communication Lab I • Information Management Semester VII Semester VIII Semester III Semester IV • Data centre transformation basics • Network Security & Cryptography • Mathematics III • Microprocessors & Embedded systems • Security operations - an introduction • Dynamic Paradigm in Infrastructure 4 • OOPS using C++ • Business Intelligence Fundamentals • Application discovery & dependency management • Business Analystics and Optimization • Computer Systems Architecture • Dynamic Paradigm in Analytics 2 • Common management database - an introduction • Data centre transformation advanced • Performance Management • Operating Systems • Versioning & bug tracking • Cloud - an introduction • Technical Communication • Advanced SQL • Managerial Economics • Event Presentation • Database Management Systems & data modelling • Theory of Automata & Computation PRACTICAL • Entrepreneurship and product development • Philosophy of Science • Statistics for Analytics • Element management for RIM-3- Lab PRACTICAL • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Principles of Management • Seminar • Data centre transformation - 2 Lab PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Industrial Training • Professional Ethics • OOPS using C++ Lab • Microprocessor & embedded systems Lab • Comprehensive Viva II • Major Project II • Cognos Lab • Operating System Lab • Data centre transformation - 1 (optimization) Lab • DBMS Lab • Advanced SQL Lab • Integarated BSM/ITSM Lab • BI Fundamentals lab • Major Project I *In collaboration with IBM *In collaboration with IBMThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 76 77
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science with M. Tech. (Health, Safety & Environmental Engineering) specialization in Business Analytics and Optimization* Semester I Fire Safety Engineering ! Environmental Management Elective I Semester V Semester VI ! Total Quality Management System ! Fire Fighting Appliances and Operations • Software Engineering & UML • Software Project Management ! Elements of Safety Management System Elective II • Computer Graphics • Enterprise Java Occupational Health & Safety Management ! Concepts of Fire Safety in buildings, structures & Installations • Data Communication & Networks • Business Analytics and design ! • Data Mining • Dynamic Paradigm in Analytics 3 ! Health, Safety & Environment Lab • Java Programming • Storage Technology Foundation ! Statutory Rules & Regulation Semester III • Data Integration and Quality PRACTICAL ! Green Fuels & Their Environment Impact • Organizational behavior • Minor Project II ! Risk Analysis & Management PRACTICAL • Comprehensive Viva-I • Data Integration and Quality Lab 1 Semester II ! Fire Risk and Control • Data Integration and Quality Lab 2 ! Electrical Safety Specialisation • Computer Graphics Lab ! Total Predictive Maintenance HSE in Process Industry • Minor Project I ! Safety in Industrial Operations & Design Elective III • Industrial Visit ! Project Management & Contract Admn ! Hazards Safety Measures in Process Industry Specialisation HSE in Infrastructure Industry HSE in Process Industry Elective III Elective I ! Environmental Management in Infrastructure Semester VII Semester VIII ! Petroleum Exploration & Petro Refinery HSE in Power Industry • BAO applications in Banking • Network Security & Cryptography Elective II Elective III • BAO applications in Telecom • Dynamic Paradigm in Analytics 4 ! HAZOP & HAZAN Techniques ! Environmental Management in Power Industry • Versioning & Bug Tracking • BAO applications in Retail • BAO and Cloud • Mobile Analytics HSE in Infrastructure Industry HSC in Fire Safety • Managerial Economics • Entrepreneurship and Product Development Elective I Elective III PRACTICAL • Professional Ethics ! Fire Safety Engineering Lab ! Basics of Infrastructure Engg • Seminar PRACTICAL • Industrial Training • Major Project II Elective II ! Summer Internship • Comprehensive Viva II Construction Safety ! Summer Internship Seminar • Social & Web Analytics HSE in Power Industry ! Project I • Major Project I Elective I *In collaboration with IBM ! Introduction to Power System Elective II Semester IV ! Safety in Electrical Design ! Project IIThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 78 79
    • ® ® M. Tech. (Petroleum Exploration) M. Tech. (Energy Systems) Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II ! Petroleum Geology ! Basin Analysis ! Energy Scenario & Energy Forms ! Thermal Power Generation ! Methods in Petroleum Exploration I ! Geophysical Data Acquisition & Processing ! Fuels & Combustion ! Hydro Power Generation ! Methods in Petroleum Exploration II ! Drilling Technology & Well Completion ! Thermal Utilities I ! Waste Heat Recovery & Cogeneration ! Methods in Structural Analysis ! Introduction to Production Engineering ! Generation Transmission & Distribution ! Thermal Utilities II ! Remote Sensing, GIS & GPS ! Introduction to Petroleum Reservoir Engineering ! Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer Systems ! Electrical Utilities ! Computer Programming & Applied Numerical Methods in ! Formation Evaluation & Well Logging ! Renewable Energy Technologies ! Project & Financial Management in Energy Sector Science & Engineering ! Seminar on Assigned Topic Semester III Semester IV Semester III Semester IV ! Geophysical Data Interpretation ! Project Work II ! Green Buildings ! Project II ! Economics & Risk Mgmt in Exploration ! Energy Management & Audit ! HSE Challenges in Petroleum Operations ! Clean Development Mechanism ! Petroleum Law & Contract Administration Choose one Group Electives I (any two) Specialization In Energy Auditing ! Well Seismic Methods ! Performance Analysis of Thermal Equipments ! Statistical Methods in Geosciences ! Performance Analysis of Electrical Equipments ! Applied Micropaleontology ! Process Optimization ! Sedimentology Specialization In Renewable Energy ! Subsurface Geological Methods ! Biomass Conversion Technologies ! Electronics & Geo-Physical Instrumentation ! Solar Energy ! Modern Analytical Methods in Geo Sciences ! Wind & Small Hydro Power Systems ! Oil / Gas Field Development ! Summer Internship ! Spatial Data Analysis & Modeling ! Summer Internship Seminar ! Summer Internship ! Summer Internship Seminar ! Project I ! Project IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 80 81
    • ® ® M. Tech. (Pipeline Engineering) M. Tech. (Process Design Engineering) Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II ! Pumps & Compressors, Selection, Sizing, Spees ! Petroleum Transport Systems & Operations 2 ! Separation Processes ! Plant Utility Equipment & Systems ! Basics of Petro Refining & Petrochemicals ! Defect Assessment & Maintenance in Pipelines 1 ! Advanced Thermodynamics ! Heat Transfer: Principles & Equipments ! Transport Phenomena ! Systems Analysis & Optimization ! Transport Phenomena ! Systems Analysis and Optimization ! Numerical Methods in Engineering ! Project Management & Contract Administration ! Basics of Petroleum Refining & Petrochemicals ! Chemical Engineering Software Lab ! Petroleum, Transport Systems & Operations 1 ! Structural Engineering & Vibration in Pipeline ! Chemical Engineering Computing ! Project Mgmt. & Contract Administration ! Route Surveying & Planning ! Software Engineering ! Chemical Reaction Engineering & Reactor Design ! Process Control ! GIS Image Processing for Petroleum Industry ! Seminar on Assigned Topics ! Seminar on Assigned Topics Semester III Semester IV Semester III Semester IV ! Defect Assessment & Maintenance in Pipeline 2 ! Project II ! Process Modeling,& Simulation ! Project II ! Equipment & Machinery Maintenance ! Gas Processing Technology ! Telemetry & SCADA System ! Process Design & Flow Sheeting ! Pipeline Network Analysis ! Pressure Vessel Design & Design of Column internals ! ESM & its Application in Petro Sector ! ESM & its Applications to Petroleum Sector ! Database Management Systems ! Pumps compressors, Designed selection ! Summer Internship ! Summer Internship ! Summer Internship Seminar ! Summer Internship Seminar ! Project 1 ! Project IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 82 83
    • ® ® M. Tech. (Robotics Engineering) M. Tech. (Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Neural Networks) Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II ! Applied Numerical Method ! Manufacturing System ! Problem Solving Methods ! Embedded Systems ! Control Systems ! Electrical Actuators & Drives ! Automated Reasoning ! Agent Based Intelligent Systems ! Introduction to Robotics ! Image Processing & Machine Vision ! Knowledge Engineering and Expert Systems ! Image Processing & Machine Vision ! Instrumentation & Sensors ! Robotics- based Industrial Automation ! Computational Intelligence ! Soft Computing ! Analog & Digital Electronics ! Micro Processor & Micro Controller Programming ! AI and Artificial Neural Networks ! Modeling and Simulation of Digital Systems ! Advanced Solid Mechanics ! Signal Processing ! AI based Programming tools ! Seminar on Assigned Topics PRACTICAL PRACTICAL ! Instrumentation & Sensor Lab ! Robotic Lab I ! Micro Processor Lab Semester III Semester IV Semester III Semester II ! Artificial Intelligence & Neutral Network ! Project II ! Natural Language Processing ! Project II ! Embedded System ! Speech Processing /Bio Metric Processing ! PLC & Data Acquisition system ! Machine Learning ! CAD/CAM ! Cognitive Systems ! Wireless Sensor Networks ! Human computer interaction PRACTICAL ! Interface Technologies ! Robotics Lab II ! Summer Internship ! Summer Internship ! Summer Internship Seminar ! Summer Internship Seminar ! Project I ! Project IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 84 85
    • ® ® M. Tech. (Computational Fluid Dynamics) Semester I Semester II ! Introduction to CFD ! Geometric Modeling & Grid Generation Techniques ! Introduction to Fluid Dynamics ! Laminar and Turbulent Flows UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES ! Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer ! Reaction Fronts and Combustion Analysis ! Compressible Flows ! Introduction to Multiphase Flow ! Finite Differences and Finite Volumes Method Analysis ! Visualization of Advanced Fluid Flow and Flow Diagnostics COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES ! Finite Elements and Boundary Elements Analysis ! Advanced Computational Techniques ! Lab – Computational Technique with MATLAB Programming ! Seminar on Assigned Topics UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMS • Integrated BA LL.B. with emphasis on Energy Laws (5 years) • Integrated BBA LL.B. with emphasis on Corporate Laws (5 years) • Integrated B. Tech. Energy Technology + LLB with emphasis on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) (6 years) • Integrated B. Tech. Computer Science + LLB with emphasis on Cyber Laws (6 years) Semester III Semester IV ! Software Engineering and Project Management ! Project II ! Usage of CFD in Multidisciplinary Applications ! Commercial CFD Software Applications ! High Performance and Parallel Computing Applications for CFD ! LAB- Commercial CFD Software Applications ! CFD Industrial Application Project ! Summer Internship ! Summer Internship Seminar ! Project IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 86 87
    • ® ® Integrated BA LL.B (5 years) Integrated BA LL.B (5 years) Semester I Semester II Semester VII Semester VIII ! General English ! Legal Language & Legal Writing ! Interpretation of Statutes ! Labour Law II ! Political Science I ! Political Science II ! Private International Law ! Banking & Insurance Law ! Computer Fundamentals & its Applications ! Sociology ! Labour Law I ! Intellectual Property Law ! History-I ! History II (History of Court, Legislation & Legal Profession in ! Air & Space Law ! Taxation Law ! Law of Contracts I India) ! Aviation Law ! Oil & Gas Law & Policy (Downstream) ! Legal Method (+ Legal Reasoning) ! Law of Contracts II ! Environmental Law ! Maritime Law ! Fundamentals of Moot Court ! Constitutional Law I ! Oil & Gas Law & Policy (Upstream) ! Summer Internship ! Sectoral Report III Semester III Semester IV Semester IX Semester X ! Family Law I ! Family Law II ! Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers & Bar Bench ! Arbitration and Conciliation & Alternative Dispute Resolution Relation Mechanism ! Torts & Consumer Protection Law ! Philosophy ! International Economic Law ! Information Technology Law ! Constitutional Law II ! Civil Procedure Code & Law of Limitation ! Competition Law ! Energy Economics ! Understanding Oil & Gas Business ! Power & Energy Sector Business & Relation Regulation ! Pleading, Drafting & Conveyance ! Health, Safety and Environmental Challenges in Energy Sector ! Political Science III ! Economics ! Regulatory Framework of Power Energy Sector ! Dissertation II ! Psychology ! Jurisprudence ! Right to Information ! Dissertation I Semester V Semester VI ! Company Law I ! Company Law II ! Law of Evidence ! Administrative Law ! Understanding Transport Sector ! Human Rights & International Law ! Property law including Transfer of Property Act & Easement Act ! Criminal Procedure Code ! Law of Crimes (IPC) ! Law relating to Mining ! Sectoral Report I ! Sectoral Report IIThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 88 58 89
    • ® ® Integrated BBA LL.B (5 years) Integrated BBA LL.B (5 years) Semester I Semester II Semester VII Semester VIII ! General English including Legal Language ! Legal Language & Legal Writing ! Interpretation of Statutes ! Intellectual Property Right ! Law of Contracts I ! History of Courts, Legislature & Legal Profession of India ! Labour Law I ! Labour Law II ! Legal Method (+ Legal Reasoning) ! Law of Contracts II ! Environmental Law ! Business Policy & Strategy ! Computer Applications & its Fundamentals ! Business Economics I (Micro) ! Corporate Governance ! Corporate Finance & Investment Regulations ! Business Mathematics ! Constitutional Law I ! International Finance & Risk Management Optional Law II ! Business Organization ! Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making Optional Law I ! Banking & Insurance Law ! Fundamentals of Moot Court ! Private International Law ! Power Sector Law & Policy ! Oil & Gas Law Policy ! Sectoral Report III ! Sectoral Report II ! Summer Internship Semester III Semester IV ! Family Law I ! Jurisprudence ! Torts & Consumer Protection Act ! Family Law II Semester IX Semester X ! Constitutional Law II ! Civil Procedure Code & Law of Limitation ! Professional Ethics, Accountancy for lawyers & Bar Bench ! Arbitration, Conciliation & ADR Mechanisms ! Business Economics II (Micro) ! Human Resource Management Relation ! Information Technology Law ! Business Accounting ! Marketing Management ! Law Justice & Information ! Project Finance ! Organizational Behavior ! Financial Management ! Competition Law ! Pleading, Drafting and Conveyance Elective I (any one) ! Markets Frauds & Auditing ! Law of Infrastructure Development Optional Law III ! International Arbitration Semester V Semester VI ! International Trade Law ! TRIPs (Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) ! Law of Crimes (IPC) ! Law of Evidence ! Energy Economics ! Dissertation II ! Company Law I ! Company Law II ! Dissertation I ! Administrative Law ! Human Rights & International Law ! Property Law including Transfer of Property Act & Easement Act ! Criminal Procedure Court, JJ Act & Prohibition of Offenders Act ! Consumer Behavior & Market Research ! Operations & Materials Management ! Commercial Transaction ! Sectoral Report IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 90 58 91
    • ® ® B. Tech. Energy Technology + B. Tech. Energy Technology + LLB with emphasis on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) LLB with emphasis on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Semester I Semester II Semester V Semester VI • Physics I • Physics II • Combustion Energy & Technology • Energy Management & Audit • Chemistry I • Chemistry II • Solar Energy Technology • Nuclear Power Technology • Mathematics I • Mathematics II • Alternate Energy Technologies • Performance Analysis of Electrical Equipments • Computer Science • Workshop Practice • Fundamentals of Bio Energy • Fundamentals of Nano Technology • Engineering Graphics • Basics Electrical Engineering • Law of Contracts II • Family Law II • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Constitutional Law II • Law of Torts & Consumer Protection Law • Environmental Studies-I • Energy Scenario & Energy Forms • Family Law I • Law of Crimes I PRACTICAL • Fundamentals of Moot Court PRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 3.0 • Physics Lab I PRACTICAL • Minor Project I PRACTICAL • Chemistry Lab I • Physics Lab II • Minor Project II • Computer Lab • Chemistry Lab II • Comprehensive Viva-I • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Workshop Lab • Industrial Visit • Language through Literature • Electrical Engg Lab • Language Lab Semester III Semester IV Semester VII Semester VIII • Thermodynamics & Heat Engines • Fluid Mechanics • Wind Energy Technology • Project Management & Financial Management in Energy Sector • Material & Energy Flow Computation • Material Science • Waste Heat Recovery & cogeneration • Hydro Power Generation • Data Base Mgmt Systems & Data Modeling • Power System • Thermal Utilities • Carbon Trading • Introduction to Numerical Analysis • Thermal Power Generation • Company Law I • Civil Procedure Code & Law of Limitation • Basics Electronics Engineering • Heat & Mass Transfer Process • Law of Crime II • Labour Law I • Legal History of Courts • Law of Contracts I • Administrative Law • Merger & Acquisition • Legal Method + Legal Reasoning • Constitutional Law I • Jurisprudence • Company Law II PRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 2.0 PRACTICAL PRACTICAL • Electronic Lab PRACTICAL • Major Project I • Major Project II • DBMS Lab • Fluid Machines Lab • Seminar I • Seminar II • Heat Transfer Lab • Industrial Training • Comprehensive Viva II • Mass Transfer LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 92 93
    • ® ® B. Tech. Energy Technology + B. Tech. Computer Science + LLB with emphasis on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) LLB with emphasis on Cyber Laws Semester IX Semester X Semester I Semester II • Labour Law II • Arbitration and Conciliation & Alternative Dispute Resolution • Physics I • Physics II • Law of Evidence Mechanism • Basic Electronics Engg. • Mathematics II • Environmental Law • Taxation Law • Mathematics I • Chemistry • Public International Law • Private International Law • Problem Solving with C • Data Structures using C • Law Justice & Information • Competition Law • Environmental Studies • Engineering Graphics • Law of Patents • Law of Copyrights Specifications & Claims Writing • Communication Workshop 1.1 • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Property law including Transfer of Property Act & Easement Act PRACTICAL • Fundamental of Moot Court PRACTICAL • Physics Lab I • Communication Workshop 1.2 • Mediation Workshop • Chemistry Lab I PRACTICAL • Legal Internship I • C Programming Lab • Data Structures using C Lab • Language through Literature • Engineering Graphics Lab I • Physics Lab II • Electronics Lab • Language Lab Semester XI Semester XII Semester III Semester IV • Pleading, Drafting & Conveyance • Professional Ethics • Mathematics III • Microprocessor • Information Technology Law • International Trade Law • OOAP using C++ and UML • Operating Systems • Law of Trademarks TRIPs • IPR Technology & Transfer • Computer Systems Architecture • Database Management System • IP Litigation • IP Valuation & Management • Data Communication & Networks • Theory of Automata & Computation • Legal Internship II • Dissertation II • Legal History & History of Courts • Industrial Management • Dissertation I • Legal Method + Legal Reasoning • Communication Workshop 2.0 PRACTICAL • Law of Contracts I • OOAP using C++ and UML Lab • Constitutional Law I • Networking Lab PRACTICAL • Electronics Lab • Microprocessor Lab • Operating System Lab • DBMS LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 94 95
    • ® ® B. Tech. Computer Science + B. Tech. Computer Science + LLB with emphasis on Cyber Laws LLB with emphasis on Cyber LawsSemester V Semester VI Semester IX Semester X• Software Engineering • Compiler Design • Labour Law II • Arbitration and Conciliation & Alternative Dispute Resolution• Design & Analysis of Algorithms • Web Technologies Using .NET • Law of Evidence Mechanism• Artificial Intelligence • Storage Technology Foundations • Environmental Law • Taxation Law• OOPS through Java • Network Security & Cryptography • Public International Law • Private International Law• Law of Contracts II • Family Law II • Law Justice & Information • Intellectual Property Law• Constitutional Law II • Torts & Consumer Protection Law • Jurisprudence of Cyber Space • Regulatory Framework of Cyber• Family Law I • Law of Crimes I PRACTICAL • E-Commerce & LawPRACTICAL • Communication Workshop 3.0 • Mediation Workshop• Design & Analysis of Algo Lab PRACTICAL • Legal Internship I• Java Lab • Web Technologies Using .NET Lab• AI Lab • Minor Project II• Minor Project I • Comprehensive Viva-I • Industrial VisitSemester VII Semester VIII Semester XI Semester XIII• Mobile Computing • Data Security with Cryptography and Stegnography • Pleading, Drafting & Conveyance • Professional Ethics, Accountancy for lawyers & Bar Bench RelationElective 1 (choose Any One) Elective III (Choose one from remaining two of Elective One) • Competition Law • International Trade Law• Data Warehousing & Data Mining Elective IV (Choose one from remaining two of Elective Two) • Cyber Crimes • Trademarks & Domain Names• Artificial Neural Networks • Civil Procedure Code & Law of Limitation • Copyrights in Digital Era • Cyber Forensic• Natural Language Processing • Labour Law I • IPR Transaction & Technology Transfer • Dissertation IIElective II (Choose any one) • Property Law • Legal Internship II• Embedded Systems • Company Law II • Dissertation I• Real Time Systems • Merger & Acquisition• Human Computer Interaction PRACTICAL• Company Law I • Elective Three Lab• Law of Crime II • Elective Four Lab• Administrative Law • Major Project II• Jurisprudence • Seminar IIPRACTICAL • Comprehensive Viva II• Elective One Lab• Elective Two Lab• Major Project I• Seminar I• Industrial Training The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University.96 97
    • ® ® LATERAL ENTRY PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS FEE STRUCTURE ADMISSION CRITERIA Lateral Entry B. Sc. (Aircraft Maintenance) Degree Program for AME Courses Eligibility Criteria ADMISSION CRITERIA Duration (Yrs) 1. A composite Account Payee Demand Draft of ` 35,000/- drawn on any Bank, payable at Dehradun to be made towards Cost of Admission Form (` 1000/-), University Registration Fee and Semester I Fee. Lateral Entry B.Sc 10+2 or equivalent, with Civil Pilot License (CPL) granted by the DGCA, Ministry of 3 years (Lateral entry (Aviation Studies) Degree Class I Medical Civil Aviation & Flying Radio Telephony Operators License candidates will move Date to be paid by Amount payable On Account of Program for (FRTOL) granted by the Ministry of Communications, directly to IV semester) Civil Pilot License Holders Govt. of India At the time of admission ` 34,000/- University Registration + Semester I Fee Lateral Entry B.Sc 10+2, or equivalent Aircraft Maintenance Engineer from Schools Approved by 3 years (Lateral entry By March 1, 2012 ` 38,000/- Semester II & Semester III Fee (Aircraft Maintenance) Degree DGCA, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India candidates will move By May 1, 2012 ` 46,000/- Semester IV Fee Program for AME directly to IV semester) By July 1, 2012 ` 64,000/- Semester V Fee By January 1, 2013 ` 56,000/- Semester VI Fee + Convocation Fee + Alumni Fund FEE STRUCTURE 2. All subsequent payments can also be done through electronic funds transfer facility as under: Lateral Entry B. Sc. (Aviation Studies) Degree Program for CPL Holders1. A composite Account Payee Demand Draft of ` 35,000/- drawn on any Bank, payable at Dehradun to Description Details be made towards Cost of Admission Form (` 1000/-), University Registration Fee and Semester I Fee. Name of Beneficiary University of Petroleum & Energy Studies Date to be paid by Amount payable On Account of Bank Name Oriental Bank of Commerce At the time of admission ` 34,000/- University Registration + Semester I Fee Account Type Savings Account By March 1, 2012 ` 29,000/- Semester II & Semester III Fee Account No 00022010048230 By May 1, 2012 ` 55,000/- Semester IV Fee Branch Rajpur Road, Dehradun By July 1, 2012 ` 55,000/- Semester V Fee IFSC/RTGS Code ORBC0100002 By January 1, 2013 ` 65,000/- Semester VI Fee + Convocation Fee + Alumni Fund MICR 2480220022. All subsequent payments can also be done through electronic funds transfer facility as under: All students admitted to the Lateral Entry undergraduate programs will have to make their own arrangements for transportation, lodging and boarding to fulfill residency requirement at Dehradun Campus. Description Details Name of Beneficiary University of Petroleum & Energy Studies For any Information Related to Lateral Entry only, Visit www.cce.upes.ac.in Bank Name Oriental Bank of Commerce Account Type Savings Account Account No 00022010048230 Branch Rajpur Road, Dehradun IFSC/RTGS Code ORBC0100002 MICR 248022002 All students admitted to the Lateral Entry undergraduate programs will have to make their own arrangements for transportation, lodging and boarding to fulfill residency requirement at Dehradun Campus. For any Information Related to Lateral Entry only, Visit www.cce.upes.ac.in 98 99
    • ® ® PROGRAM CONTENT Lateral Entry B.Sc (Aviation Studies) Degree Program Lateral Entry B.Sc (Aircraft Maintenance) Degree for Civil Pilot License Holders Program for AME License Holders Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II ! Air Navigation (Basic)* ! Air Navigation (Advanced)* ! All Common Subjects at the DGCA approved AME School ! All Mechanical or Avionics Stream Subjects at the DGCA ! Aviation Meteorology (Basic)* ! Aviation Meteorology (Advanced)* ! Engineering Mathematics* approved AME School ! Technical (General)* ! Air Frame Engines & Theory of Flight (Advanced)* ! Fundamentals of Theory of Structures* ! Air Regulations* ! Radio Aids* ! Business Communication ! Negotiating Skills Semester III Semester IV Semester III Semester IV ! All Workshop Practice Subjects at the DGCA approved AME ! Aerodynamics* Flying School* School Aircraft Structures* ! ! Aircraft Materials & Processes ! ! Propulsion ! Fluid Mechanics* ! Flight Performance* ! Introduction to Automatic Flight ! Aircraft Materials & Composites* ! Fundamentals of Aircraft Maintenance ! Industrial Management Semester V Semester VI Semester V Semester VI ! Production Planning & Control* ! Aerospace Quality Management* ! Radio Communication ! Aviation Safety & Security Management ! Avionics: (Radio + Instruments + Electrical)* ! Aircraft Maintenance & Overhaul Practices* ! Aircraft Systems & Flight Instruments ! Human Resource Management ! Human Factors Affecting A/c Maintenance* ! Aircraft Audit & Investigation* ! Radar Technology ! Principles of Aviation Management ! Aircraft Stability & Control* ! Management of Aircraft Systems* ! Research Methodology & Applied Statistics ! Dissertation ! Propulsion* ! Dissertation Final* ! Aviation Law & Insurance ! Dissertation Part I* Subjects Marked as (*) are eligible for Credit TransferThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time without The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at any time withoutassigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 100 58 101
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