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  1. 1. IndiaSector by SectorNation Builders from UPESPlacements 2011/12InfrastructureOil & GasPower & Energy SystemsEnergy TradingLogistics & Supply ChainInternational BusinessAviationPort & ShippingAerospace & AvionicsAutomotiveRoboticsInformation Technology UPES THE NATION BUILDERS’ UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. UPESThe Universitythat is definingNew India.
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  5. 5. UPES is Asias first Energy & Core Sector University.Established in 2003, we offer an unmatched bouquetof domain specific programs.Our sprawling 30-acre campus in Dehradun combinesan incomparable academic infrastructure with astunning location.
  6. 6. From the Desk ofThe Chancellor Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quae ab illo inventore veritatis et quasi architecto beatae vitae dicta sunt explicabo. Nemo enim ipsam voluptatem quia voluptas sit aspernatur aut odit aut fugit, sed quia consequuntur magni dolores eos qui ratione voluptatem sequi nesciunt. Neque porro quisquam est, qui dolorem ipsum quia dolor sit amet, consectetur, adipisci velit, sed quia non numquam eius modi tempora incidunt ut labore et dolore magnam aliquam quaerat voluptatem. Ut enim ad minima veniam, quis nostrum exercitationem ullam corporis suscipit laboriosam, nisi ut aliquid ex ea commodi consequatur? Quis autem vel eum iure reprehenderit qui in ea voluptate velit esse quam nihil molestiae consequatur, vel illum qui dolorem eum fugiat quo voluptas nulla pariatur? Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quae ab illo inventore veritatis et quasi architecto beatae vitae dicta sunt explicabo.
  7. 7. From the Desk ofThe Vice Chancellor It is my privilege to present the Batch of 2012; these students are young, bright and to put it simply ‘ready’ to take on the world. In keeping with the tradition of the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, we aim to develop our students into ‘industry-ready’ professionals that sets them apart from their contemporaries by enabling them to deliver high performance and results. The previous year, I am pleased to share, has been an eventful one for UPES. The events that stand out have been the academic collaboration with IBM for cutting edge B Tech IT Programs, a first of its kind initiative in the world and the establishment of the Management Development Centre (MDC) at the UPES Campus. These collaborative programs reflect the broader spectrum of innovative measures that we undertake on continuous basis for high academic rigor and excellence in our curriculum. Moreover, we remain steadfast in our vision to play a pioneering role in providing domain specialization education and talent to the industry particularly in the high growth Energy and Core Sectors of the country. To the recruiters, I welcome all of you to the Placement Program - 2012. I extend my deep felt appreciation to our past recruiters for their continued support and look forward to many new ones to join and be part of our placement program. To the students, these are exciting times that you start your professional journey when opportunities abound. I am sure you will continue to do us proud and excel in the career chosen. Dr P Diwan Vice Chancellor
  8. 8. A DomainSpecificUniversity,Committed toExcellence
  9. 9. Born out of a unique vision, UPES was created with the aim of providing domain specific andindustry ready management, engineering & legal professionals, at the graduate, postgraduateand doctoral levels.Since its inception in 2003, it has become the preferred destination for students & corporatesin the Energy and Core sectors. More than 3000 students have passed through its hallowedportals and are today enjoying key roles in their chosen sectors.The UPES campus is located in the sylvan surroundings of the Pondha valley at the foothills ofthe Himalayas in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, and offers an unsurpassed environment conduciveto academic, personal & professional growth.Moreover, our commitment to supporting innovation and technology to develop sustainableenergy solutions makes us a favoured destination not just for senior research fellows &scholars, but also for institutional funding from government agencies and corporate partners.Also, having realised that modern research increasingly straddles multiple disciplines &locations, we have established strong working relationships with a number of world-renoweduniversities and institutes so as to facilitate joint seminars, faculty exchange programmes,review of PhD theses and mutual exchange of scientific publications.The ultimate responsibility for governing and managing UPES lies collectively with the Board ofGovernors, the Board of Management, the Academic Council and various University officials.
  10. 10. A University ofMany Firsts First Energy & Core sector University in the Pan Asian region First Indian University of its kind to be Accredited by NAAC First Indian Energy University recognised by UGC under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956 First Indian University to offer energy courses accredited by the Energy Institute, UK First Indian Institution to offer 44 specialised programs across the Oil & Gas, Power, Transportation, Infrastructure and Logistics & Supply Chain sectors First Indian Energy Institution to set up an in-house Bio-Diesel Laboratory First Indian University to implement SAP for its operations
  11. 11. Vision To be a premier international institution with state-of-the-art facilities to provide world-class education, training, research, consultancy and outreach services in the Energy, Transportation and infrastructure sectors.MissionTo be a premier international institution with state-of-the-artfacilities to provide world-class education, training, research,consultancy and outreach services in the Energy, Transportationand infrastructure sectors.To take the leadership role in establishing academic benchmarksfor entry level professionals in the Energy, Infrastructure andTransportation sectors.To develop academic and training competency in teachingprofessionals to help them create ‘future ready’ professionals’ forthe Energy, Infrastructure and Transportation sectors.To design, develop and deliver cutting edge education andtraining for working professionals in the Energy, Infrastructureand Transportation sectors.To provide support to research, consultancy and developmentactivities in all technical and managerial aspects of the Energy,Infrastructure and Transportation sectors.
  12. 12. ISO 9001:2008 Certified Quality Policy We are committed to provide world class education, training, research, consultancy and outreach services in the areas of Oil and Gas, Energy and Transportation sector. We shall continually improve our systems: To create top quality human resource in order to enhance the productivity in the Oil & Gas, Energy and allied sectors. To design, develop and deliver continuously evolving education and training programs for professionals in the industry. To take the leader’s role in promoting the growth of Oil & Gas, Energy and Transportation sectors through specific education and outreach activities. To provide support to research, consultancy and development activities in all technical and managerial aspects of the Oil & Gas, Energy and Transportation sector.
  13. 13. UPES...The Journey of a Vision 2005 UPES family grows to 1500 students, 2003 125 faculty and 22 programs across A statutory university, UPES was Oil & Gas, Power, Mining, Aviation, Port established in 2003 and started with & Shipping and Automotive sectors. 500 students, 50 faculty members and Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, the then 10 graduate and post graduate programs. President of India, graced the occasion Within a very short span of time, UPES of first convocation. has become the "Institution of Choice" for students and corporate in the Energy and Core sectors. 2006 2004 UPES family extended to 1900 students, 150 faculty and 28 An Idea is Born The University adds another 200 programs. students, 40 faculty members and starts 5 more new programs Energy Institute, UK, awards in the Energy and other Core accreditation to UPES programs. sectors. Shri. Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, the then Vice President of India chaired the second convocation.
  14. 14. 2011 A total of 980 students across various disciplines were awarded degrees that included Graduates and Post Graduates. The Chief Guest Hon’ble Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Chief Minister, 2009 State of Uttarakhand and the Distinguished Guest of Honour of The Dehradun campus is consolidated to become one of the largest National Eminence Hon’ble Shri S.2007 Jaipal Reddy, Union Minister for institutions in the country offeringThe Indian core sector gets 500 domain engineering and management Petroleum and Natural Gas,focused, industry ready professionals. education programs in the energy and Government of India graced the core sectors under one roof. occasion with their presence.The Dehradun campus gets a majorinfrastructural facelift. UPES gets accredited by NAAC.Mr. R.S.Sharma, Chairman ONGCpresided over the third conference. 2010 2008 The UPES student fraternity grows to 4400 UPES grows to 2500 students, 175 faculty, and 33 programs. 1500 The seventh convocation gets specialized professionals join the presided over by H.E.Smt. Margaret Indian Industry. Alva, Governer, Uttarakhand. UPES wins “Best Global Energy Dr. Farooq Abdullah inaugurated a Education Provider” award at solar Power Plant at the campus. Getenergy, London. Dr. E Sreedharan, CMD, DMRC chaired the fourth convocation.
  15. 15. Taking Acclaim in StrideIndustry Interface Award Innovation Leadership AwardB-School with Excellent B-School with InnovationIndustry Interface Leadership AwardAwarded by B-School Affairs at Suntech, Awarded by B-School Affairs at Suntech,Singapore under the category of Asias Best Singapore under the category of Asias BestB-School Awards. B-School Awards.Academic Brand of the Year for Sectoral SpecificBusiness SchoolAwarded by Dewang Mehta Business School Awards on 5th November2009 at Mumbai in recognition of UPES "assiduous effort in innovation,contemporary curriculum, industry interaction and placement efforts".Dr. Parag Diwan, Vice Chancellor, UPES received the award from Mr. AshishChauhan, Deputy CEO, Bombay Stock Exchange.
  16. 16. Best B-School with Excellent Industry Interface Awarded at the Dainik Bhaskar B School Leadership Awards in Mumbai. Mr. Arun Jyoti, received the award on behalf of UPES from the Honourable Prime Minister of Bhutan, Jigme Yoser Thinley.Best Professor TeachingMarketing ManagementAwarded to Dr. Suresh Malodia at the Dainik BhaskarB School Leadership Awards in Mumbai.State Energy Conservation Award2nd position for UPES (Office Building and EducationalInstitute category)1st prize for Dr. Kamal Bansal (BEE Certified EnergyAuditor) for his work in conducting energy audits andtraining programs and for preparing technical literatureon energy conservation awarded by the State EnergyConservation Award 2009 (Uttarakhand).The awards were received by Prof. G. C. Tewari andMr. Kamal Bansal, respectively, from the HonourablePrincipal Secretary Energy of Uttarakhand.
  17. 17. Values We Value Each one at UPES shares these values and embraces them in their day to day lives. These values bind us all together and give us all a foundation for life. Excellence Innovation Respect Teamwork Performance00
  18. 18. Excellence We ensure a top-down approach Respect to creating an institutional culture of excellence. We value diversity & inclusion and believe that all people are We strive to always out-do worthy of respect. ourselves and realise that Best Practices are a continous work-in- We recognise that respect forms progress. the basis for good ethics, compliance & corporate We appreciate criticism and are responsibility. open to all suggestions for improvement, irrespective of We are unequivocally committed where they come from. to giving back to nature and are of the firm view that respect for the environment is absolutely non-negotiable. PerformanceTeamwork We recognise that a "Can Do"We leverage our collective attitude is often the differentiatorstrengths, experience & skills to between success and failure.deliver programs that are unique We encourage our people to showand aligned with industry needs. initiative and take responsibility.We put the interests of the Innovation Although we focus on results, weinstitution ahead of our individual also constantly endeavour to We understand that to be trulymotivations. improve our turnaround times. successful, we must anticipateWe support our co-workers and the future needs of all ourshare in their success. stakeholders and provide practical solutions. We promote creativity & forward- thinking across the board, while allowing room for mistakes. We facilitate collaboration and fast-track the sharing of knowledge.
  19. 19. ConvocationsUPES is an unique institution. Out of many Firsts to its credit, the first convocationhad the first citizen of the nation as the Chief Guest of Honor. The then, Presidentof India Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam read out the convocation address.The First The SecondConvocation, 2005 Convocation, 2006I am particularly happy to be with you today I do hope this University will address itself toin this institution, which is one of the uniqe the need for paradigm shift form conventionalinstitutions in the country imparting which is energy development to sustainable envergylifeline for all ativities in the nation. development and work out an appropriate holistic development model for ensuringIn essence I would suggest UPES to give energy leadership in quality manpowergeneration for exploration of energy sources. Your Unviersity has earned a distinct place amongst institutions of higher education inI would recommend the University of the country, imparting quality education andPetroleum & Entergy Studies (UPES) to take research in the key economic area ofthe lead and enable establishment of model petroleum and energy. I also congradulate thebio-diesel plants with the inputs of Jatropha entire hydrocarbon fraternity for their benigncomming from different parts of the county. support to this university which is creating topThe then Hon’ble President of India quality human resource dedicated to the spirit of innovation and research to provide muchH.E. Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam needed leadership to the ever expanding frontiers of the oils, gas and energy sectory. The then Honble Vice President of India Mr. Bhairon Singh Sekhawat
  20. 20. The Third Convocation, 2007 The Fourth Convocation, 2008 pic + msgUPES is setting up an ONGC will have greater I am very much impressed Impressive facilities andexample which need to association with UPES. by the pioneering and very excellent ambiance withbe replicated. valuable efforts being in a short span of time Mr. R. S. Sharma taken by the University to the institution has reallyMr. B. L. Joshi CMD, ONGC Ltd produce competent and established itself as anThen Governor of well-trained professionals institute of globalUttarakhand for the oil and energy standards. sector Dr. G. Madhavan Nair Dr. E. Sreedharan Chairman, Indian Space Managing Director, Delhi Research Organization Metro Rail Corporation The Special Convocation, 2009 "Impressed with UPES program, students and your plans for future" H. E. Dr Mohammed Hamad Al-Rumhy Minister of Oil & Gas, Sultanate of Oman
  21. 21. The Fifth Convocation, 2009 The Sixth Convocation, 2010UPES has many innovative Impressive facilities and UPES has many innovative UPES is upholding all thefeatures including their excellent ambiance with features including their values of all academicsacademic specialization, in a short span of time academic specialization, throughout its history.the self-financing model the institution has really the self-financing modelwhich can be replicated established itself as an which can be replicated Dr. Ramesh Pohriyalaround the country, and institute of globaltheir beautifully located standards. around the country, and Nishank their beautifully located Hon’rable Chief Ministercampus. campus. Dr. G. Madhavan Nair of UttarakhandDr. Karan Singh Chairman, Indian Space Dr. Karan SinghMP & President, Indian Research Organization MP & President, IndianCouncil for Cultural Council for CulturalRelations Relationsmsg
  22. 22. The Seventh Convocation, 2010 The Eighth Convocation, 2011 picI am please that UPES is UPES is the first energy This University is playing I am impressed with thenot only imparting and core sector a critical role in the rapid growth UPES hasspecialized education but university across Pan country’s economic undergone in a very shortalso taking initiatives Asia region. development by providing span of time. Thewhich lead into valuable industry-ready challenge for thesavings and protection of I foresee the role of UPES professionals for the students studying in thisenvironment. in determining India’s country’s booming unique University would energy security, which in energy sector. be to imbibe and beDr. Farooq Abdulla turn, would shape the different in their skillsUnion Minister of New & political destiny. Shri S. Jaipal Reddy from students of otherRenewable Energy Union Minister of regular Universities. Smt. Margaret Alva Petroleum Governor of Uttarakhand & Natural Gas Dr. Ramesh Pohriyal Nishank Hon’rable Chief Minister of Uttarakhand1
  23. 23. HR RoundtableSeries
  24. 24. UPES has the distinction of organisingHR Roundtable Series on emergingissues in various sectors.First Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2002 Eighth Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2009Strategic HRM Challenges in the Creating Gen-Next Oil & Gas BusinessDeregulated Hydrocarbon Sector LeadersSecond Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2003 Ninth Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2010Meeting HR Challenges through Discovering New TalentOrganizational Transformation Tenth Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2011Processes in the Hydrocarbon Sector HR’s Contribution to the Bottom-line &Third Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2004 Enterprise ValueOptimizationFourth Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2005Competency Driven HR Systems &ProcessesFifth Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2006Leveraging Outsourcing for CompetitiveSuccessSixth Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2007Talent Management in Oil & GasIndustrySeventh Oil & Gas HR Round Table, 2008Talent Portfolio Management
  25. 25. The Cradleof InnovationUPES has a fine tradition of developing domain specific andindustry ready graduates. After developing our teaching andlearning processes, for the last eight years, UPES has initiatedResearch & Development activities in various sectors.Green InnovationsBeing innovations brainchild, our commitment to the environment is only anatural choice.The UPES Staff Car is not only powered by an engine modified in-house, italso runs on a Biodiesel blend produced in our own Biodiesel Lab.Further, a 100 kW Solar Power Plant under installation on-campus, is just apart of the initiative towards reducing our carbon footprint.
  26. 26. Research & Development at UPESStrategies & ActivitiesCollaborative efforts Inter-disciplinary ResearchUPES pursues and identifies at an institutional level, Across broad spectra of the University’s researcha range of priorities that will enhance the external portfolio, new and dynamic research is increasinglyexcellence of our research portfolio. These include taking place at the interfaces between emerginginstitutional strategic alliances, national and academic disciplines. Such efforts have resulted ininternational business opportunities, and the emergence and advancement of severalcollaborative partnership with other Academic and Research Institutes and Centres of Excellence inResearch Institutes. multidisciplinary areas, such as, Nanotechnology, Environment & Energy, High PerformanceInternational Alliances Computation, Alternate Energy Research,! Oil & Gas University of Ploiesti, Romania Automotive research, Energy Economics, Supply! Chain, Robotics, Infrastructure Project Financing, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada! Energy Law and Earth Science. Institute of Air & Space Law! McGill University, Canada! Centennial Energy Institute, Toronto, Canada! China University of Petroleum, China! Knowledge Transfer Petroleum University of Technology, Abadan, Iran Knowledge transfer is a key output of academic! Centennial Energy Institute, Toronto, Canada research. Through our R&D, we are focussing to! University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada apply the knowledge in the public or private sector! School of Business, University of Alberta, Canada through contract research or by the development! Carleton University, Canada of a portfolio of Intellectual Property, which will eventually be commercialized, licensed orNational Alliances exploited in start-ups.! Indian Institute of Petroleum (IIP)! Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)! Confederation of Indian Industries (CII)! Gensol Consultants Pvt. Ltd! Phillips Carbon Black Ltd! The WB University of Juridical Sciences! The National Law School of India! IBM India Pvt. Ltd! Birbal Sahni Institute of Paleobotany! Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology
  27. 27. ENERGYEntrepreneurship Entrepreneurship Nurturing,NurturingEnterpriseResourcing for Enterprise Resourcing forGraduates andYouth Graduates and YouthENERGY A innovative incubation initiative by UPES Entrepreneurship Nurturing, Enterprise Resourcing for Graduates and Youths (ENERGY) is an initiative by UPES to facilitate aspiring entrepreneurs to promote their Business Ideas. ENERGY offers Mentoring, Infrastructure Support and Financial Support under this initiative. How ENERGY helps ENERGY offers access to Inculcate an entrepreneurial Entrepreneurship knowledge & mindset, develop knowledge skill building programs & skills Expert Advice and coaching on Creative, out of box thinking, your idea/plan not constrained by resources Networking opportunities with Knowledge and skills relevant entrepreneurial community to venture creation Practical knowledge and info related to venture creation Entrepreneurship events and activities in your city
  28. 28. ENERGY Success StoriesAnmol Singh Jaggi Kraftloom Overseas Pvt LtdDirector, Gensol Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Within the serene walls of University of Petroleum & EnergyAnmol Singh Jaggi from the 1st B.Tech. batch Studies (UPES), were four students – Priyanka Gupta, Mamtaof Petroleum Engineering (2007) has been Kumari, Pankaj Joshi & Anirban Ghosh doing their MBA inawarded as Indias Hottest Young International Business, shared a common vision to bring forthEntrepreneur by the Business World the traditional art of the state. Thus grew within them an urgeMagazine (issue March 29, 2010). He was to transform the forgotten art of Uttarakhand and turn it intodeclared as the 1st Young Entrepreneur at brand “Kriti”the Convocation held in Dec 2007. Thedeclaration of Jaggi as the Young The continuous support of Uttarakhand Handloom &Entrepreneur makes his alma-meter feel as Handicraft Development Council (UHHDC), helped thesean incubation centre for many more Jaggis in students transform them into professionals. It was also fortimes to come. Today Jaggi is the Director of the first time that Uttarakhand in terms of its crafts wasGensol Consultants Pvt. Ltd. A firm which he placed at an international level. A small shipments handmadefloated as a consultancy for carbon credits. woolen shawls were also sent to Australia & USA. True to one of its missions “To create top quality human resource in order to enhance the productivity in the Oil & Gas, Energy, Transportation industry, International Business”, UPES can surely be termed as the Incubation centre for the young sparkling talent.
  29. 29. Sectors & ProgramsAt a Glance
  30. 30. Infrastructure Logistics & Supply ChainB. Tech. (Infrastructure Engineering) BBA (Logistics Management)MBA (Infrastructure Management) MBA (Logistics & Supply Chain Management)Oil & Gas AviationB.Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering with BBA Aviation Operations *specialization in Upstream MBA Aviation ManagementB.Tech. Applied Petroleum Engineering withspecialization in Gas Stream Port & ShippingB.Tech. Chemical Engineering with specialization in MBA (Port & Shipping Management)Refining & PetrochemicalsB.Tech. Geo-Informatics Engineering Aerospace & AvionicsB.Tech. Geo Sciences Engineering B.Tech. (Aerospace Engineering)M.Tech. (Health, Safety & Environmental Engineering) B.Tech. (Aerospace Engineering with specialization in Avionics Engineering)M.Tech. (Pipeline Engineering)M.Tech. (Process Design Engineering) AutomotiveM.Tech. (Petroleum Exploration) B.Tech. Automotive Design EngineeringBBA (Oil & Gas Marketing) BBA (Auto Retailing)MBA (Oil & Gas Management) RoboticsPower & Energy Systems B. Tech (Electronics Engineering)B. Tech. (Power System Engineering) B. Tech (Mechatronics Engineering)M. Tech. (Energy Systems) M. Tech. (Robotics Engineering)MBA (Power Management) Information TechnologyEnergy Trading B. Tech (Computer Science Engineering)MBA (Energy Trading) B. Tech in Computer Science with specialization in : ? Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Technologies inLegal association with IBM ? Technology in association with IBM MainframeBA LL. B. with emphasis on Energy Laws ? Open Source & Open Standard in association with IBMBBA LL. B. with emphasis on Corporate Law ? Informatics in association with IBM Oil & GasB. Tech (Energy Technology) + LL.B. with emphasis on MBA (Information Systems Management)Intellectual Property RightsB. Tech. (Computer Science) + LL. B. with specialization Inter-disciplinaryin Cyber Law B. Tech (Fire Safety Engineering)International Business B. Tech (Material Science Engineering with Specialization in Nano Technology)MBA (International Business) M. Tech (Computational Fluid Dynamics)
  31. 31. Energy Acres The Sprawling Campus at Dehradunnew plan awaited
  32. 32. The mother campus of the University, christenedas ‘Energy Acres’, is spread over 30 acres of thelush green Pondha Valley in the foothills of theAravallis. A wi-fi enabled facility, ‘Energy Acres’provides an invigorating academic and researchenvironment.The campus has more than 600,000 sq.ft. ofbuilt-up area housing 3700+ students, 185+faculty members, 100 multimedia enabledclassrooms, 35 super specialised labs, a newage learning resource centre, and advancedcomputing centre, a well equipped gym, playingfields, excellent cafes and extensive hostelfacilities. Facility Area (sqft)The campus offers detailed amenities like Food Classroom 1,45,000court, canteen, Nescafe cafeteria, sports ground,music room, common room, helipad, door step Playground 1,00,000ATM, AIRTEL tower, infirmary with ambulance,STP plant, bio-diesel plant, solar power energy, Hostel 1,00,000tube-wells, open Am-phi theater, electric Labs 70,000substation with fully automatic gen sets ,underground water tank, rain water harvesting, Library 30,000100% power backup, round the clock securityand plenty of lavish green area. Recreational/ Cafeteria etc. 25,000 Office 80,000 IT 13,000 MDC & Residential Facilities 40,000 Total Area 6,03,000
  33. 33. Classrooms AcademicSeminar Halls InfrastructureLibrary
  34. 34. LibraryA well equipped library is the backbone of anyuniversity. Constructed in a total area of more than5000 sq. ft., UPES’s new age Learning ResourceCentre has a seating capacity of more than 100students and contains over 40000 volumes ofpublications including books, standards, reports,proceedings and more than 240 National andInternational Journals in the fields of PetroleumExploration, Power, Infrastructure, Chemical, Computer,Electrical, Electronics and Mechanical Engineering,Information Technology and Management, etc.The UPES Learning Resource Centre has a richcollection of online resources in terms of CDs, accessto specialised portals on Oil & Gas and Power relatedinformation, West-Law International for UK lawinformation, and Manupatra forlatest Supreme Court and High Court judgements, for general statistical information andEBSCO which is a leading online site providing access Lecture Roomsto 81000 publishers globally, for students pursuinglegal courses. All class rooms of the academic blocks having seating capacity of more than 5,000 students are appropriatelyUPES has also acquired Institutional Memberships of furnished with all modern and latest technologies likethe British Council Library, the American Centre LCD projectors, screen, wireless mike and speakers,Library, the AIMA Library, the Central Secretariat black/white boards, WI FI connectivity, and attendanceLibrary, and DELNET. UPES is also in the process of card reader machine.building a digitized library whereby manyinternationally acclaimed e-books will be available tostudents and faculty members. Management Development CentreIn fact, as part international cooperation andcollaboration efforts, IFP (France) gifted 138 books on To train and develop of middle and top executives ofPetroleum Engineering to the University. The global oil the industries, a fully residential Managementmajor Shell has also gifted a large number of technical Development Centre (MDC) having 44 beds with 4books to the library. suits, one Conference room with video conferencing, and four fully equipped classrooms with all latestUPES has also introduced an e-enabled student- facilities has been developed and delivered. A fullyteacher interaction based Learning Management furnished Annex comprise of 6 apartments of 18System to ensure symbiotic exchange of tacit bedroom also developed and deliver to handleinformation. corporate participants in specialized courses.
  35. 35. IT Infrastructure
  36. 36. Computer CentreThe Computer centre is equipped with 64-bit muti-core Xeon and Opteron processor based serversrunning in a virtualized cloud environmentdesigned to provide maximum uptime as well ascompute on demand facilities to the Universitycommunity. These servers cater to a total of about5,000 nodes The primary operating environment isa mix of Windows Server 2008, Solaris 10 andLinux.Wifi CampusThe entire campus acts as a wireless hot spot byproviding a Wi-Fi network based on the 802.11nstandard. The student Engineering Graphics labscontain 60 engineering workstations.IT AlliancesThe University has several Academic Alliances withleading IT majors such as Microsoft, ORACLE,Schlumberger, SAP, Aspentech etc. through whicha large portfolio of applications and platforms areavailable for use by students and faculty.Applications range from basic operating systems to UPES-IBM Centre for Informationhigh end clustering and grid computing solutions. TechnologyAdditionally, specialized software is available tostudents like Solidworks for Engineering Graphics, Centre for Information Technology (CIT) is the sharedCATIA, AutoCAD Engineering Suite, SPSS & Systat vision and goal of UPES and IBM to provide a dynamicfor Statistical analysis, Mathematica, Matlab etc. IT education platform to the next generation of students. In 2010, UPES and IBM India joined hands as partners to reinvent IT education in the country, atSAP the graduate level by launching a series of new futuristic industry aligned Bachelor of Technology (B.UPES is one of the few universities with SAP Tech) courses. Under the tutelage of UPES and IBM,implementation for HR management. the students, graduating from the much in demand industry oriented programs, will be equipped with the right competitive skills to perform in their choosen profession.
  37. 37. SpecialisedLabs
  38. 38. Petroleum Product Testing Lab The lab is created to make students aware of various ASTM Standard Test Methods for various petroleum products such as petrol, diesel, kerosene, lube oil, wax, bitumen etc. The lab experiments help students understand the important fuel/nonfuel specifications such as smoke point, flash point, fire point, Reid Vapor Pressure, Penetration Index, Viscosity etc. and their importance in storage, handling and transportation ofAircraft Structures Lab the same. The key experiments involve determination of aniline point of diesel, flash/ fire point of kerosene,Aircraft Structures deals with the computation of smoke point of kerosene, penetration index of bitumen,design and testing of various structural ASTM distillation of petrol/diesel, cloud/ pour point ofcomponents of use in an aircraft. This includes diesel, Reid Vapor Pressure of gasoline (petrol),computation of stresses, deflection of beams, viscosity of lube oil etc.elastic and plastic behavior of different materialsunder different loading conditions and different Drilling Fluid Labend conditions. Backed by Modern Equipments related to drilling FluidAerodynamics Lab testing & Cementing, qualified professionals provide training on drilling fluid experiments. Study theThe Aerodynamics lab introduces students to the formation of different type of mud systems like Silicaconcept of Aerodynamic Testing and gives them mud, Polymer mud & Eco friendly mud systems.a feel of flow around Aerodynamic bodies. The downhole equipments i.e. packers, hangers, bits etc.lab provide students with the facility to compute This lab is also recognized by International Associationcharacteristics of various Aerodynamic bodies of drilling Contractors (IADC).and verify what they have studied in the textbooks. Geology LabPropulsion Lab UPES Geology lab is equipped with more than 200 Hand specimens of different rocks and minerals;Propulsion as a subject deals with the hundreds of micro-paleontology fossils (like foraminifersgeneration of power for moving the aircraft and diatoms); 20 Polarized microscopes; 30 thinagainst the aerodynamic drag. Propulsion Lab in sections of rocks; more than 35 3-D Geological andgeneral provides the facilities for the study of the Geomorphological models; life size Geological TimeAircraft Power Plants and estimation of various table charts and many more. Furthermore plans areparameters of performances of different power already underway to further develop the lab into a fullyplant components. This propulsion lab deals with fledged state of the art Geology Museum – which willthe study of gas turbine engines and its various serve as a practical knowledge repository for studentssystems in detail. and researcher dealing in Geological subjects.
  39. 39. Living Labs
  40. 40. Basic Sciences AerospacePhysics Lab I AerodynamicsPhysics Lab - II Aircraft Structures LabChemistry Aerospace Propulsion Aero Modeling & FabricationEarth Sciences Aircraft Systems & Instruments (OS) Advanced Aero drawingEngineering Aircraft Maintenance (OS)Drilling Fluid LabGeology Electrical Engineering &Production Engg.Reservoir Engg. ElectronicsSedimentology & Palaeontology lab + AvionicsGeo physics Lab Basic Electronics LabInstrumentation and Control Digital Electronics Lab Analog Electronics LabCivil Engineering Linear Integrated Circuit LabHealth, Safety & Environment Microprocessor & Microcontroller LabSurveying Advanced Microprocessor LabConcrete Testing Lab DSP LabSurveying Lab - II Communication -I LabComputer aided drawing & CAD Communication -IIDesign Labs Microwave and Antenna LabSoil Mechanics VLSI LabR.C.C. Design Lab Electronic WorkshopAdvanced Fluid Mechanics Lab Robotics Lab Basic Electrical LabMechanical Network/Circuit TheoryWorkshop Control Engg LabFluid Mechanics Eletrical and Electronics Measurement LabMechanical Engineering/ Material Power Electronics & Electric drives LabTesting Lab. Electrical Machines LabManufacturing & Metrology Power System Protection & Switch Gear Lab Avionics LabChemical EngineeringMass Transfer and Reaction Engg. IT & ProfessonalPetroleum Product Testing CommunicationHeat Transfer Computer Engineering Graphics (Auto Cad)ADE Professional CommunicationAutomotive Chassis Lab Electrical Networks LabAutomotive Electrical & Electronics Remote Sensing Lab (Geology)Thermal Engg. Geo Sicence & Geo Informatics LabEngine Testing & EmissionMeasurement
  41. 41. Student Resource Hostel A hostel block , fully furnished with mess having 250 seating capacity, fitness centre, common room with LCD, 100% solar power back, round the clock security has been built up to facilitate to more than 550 students. Food, Court, Canteen & Cafeteria A three stories food court having more than 20,000 sq. ft. area of more than 500 students at a time with LCD TV facilities and audio system delivered to serve the fraternity of the university including all modern amenities.
  42. 42. SportsA spontaneous multipurpose sport ground for cricket,football, hockey etc in top sport facility has developed.In addition badminton, volleyball, tennis courts areplanned and in progress. The common room includesthe facility of table tennis, carom, chess etc is alreadyavailable to the students for recreation. By keeping inthe mind current trend, a separate music room havinglatest music instruments is also available only tostudents in hostel block. Recreation 50% more area of UPES is open and green, covered by bountiful green grass, beautiful flowers and varieties of flourish plants & trees. Whereas beautification of campus is also feathered by National Flag, Maa Saraswati , Buddha and Gandhi statute, Konark wheel, MIG-23 BN Air craft, big ship Anchor, portrait of various Indian legends, and stick board on wall of all time inspiring slogans at various location etc.
  43. 43. StudentAchievements
  44. 44. 15th International Symposium on Geology andSub Surface ProblemsThree students of Integrated B. Tech. (APE UAM) stood first in the panel forPetroleum Engineering and Mining out of 71 participants across the world at the15th International Symposium on Geology and Sub Surface Problems organized atTomsk University, Russia on 9th April 2011. They were also awarded with Diplomafor their outstanding report on Quantitative Modeling and Mathematical Methodsin Reservoir Simulation by the Tomsk University, Russia.Energy Cup 2011UPES Team “Men in White” once again won the Energy Cup 2011, consecutivelyfor the third time. Defeating ONGC & Schlumberger. Final match was playedbetween UPES and Schlumberger on May 1, 2011 in which UPES won by 76 Runs.Executive Director & Head of Institution GEOPIC , ONGC - Mr S.K. Das distributedprizes to the winning team and best performers.Smt. Subhadra Shah Memorial TrophyUPES bagged the ‘Smt. Subhadra Shah Memorial Trophy’ for the secondconsecutive year in 2011. This running trophy is annually awarded by the IMABlood Bank for the Promotion of Institutional Voluntary Blood Donation. The trophywas awarded to the University by the Chief Guest Dr. Harak Singh Rawat on theFoundation Day Celebrations of IMA Blood Bank on May 30, 2011.Academic Research Report on‘Space Tourism in India’An academic research report on Space Tourism in India conducted by studentsand faculty members of the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES),Dehradun in association with the Institute of Air & Space Law, McGill University,Montreal, Canada was released by Dr Nasim Zaidi, Secretary, Ministry of CivilAviation, Government of India on 30 March 2011.
  45. 45. National Aerospace OlympiadStudents of Aerospace Engineering won the Olympiad which was held inChandigarh from 15-17 November 2010. The Olympiad 2010 was sponsoredby DRDO, ISRO and DST.Mechathlon 2010Students of B.Tech (ASE) designed and fabricated a Robot and participated ina National Level competition “Robowar of Mechthlon 2010”, organized byIndian School of Mines and secured the First Position.Parliamentary Debate CompetitionStudents from College of Legal Studies represented UPES at 3rd CNLU -National Parliamentary Debate Competition (in fond memory of Shri ShileshChandra Mishra) at Chanakya National Law University, Patna.There were 22 teams from across the country including various NLUs, Amity,ICFAI, BITS, NIFT, KIIT, UIT, etc. UPES team qualified for the semi finals andbeat NLS-D which remained unbeaten in all the 5 preliminary rounds.UPES was awarded Best Team and the Best Speaker in the Finals was alsoawarded to a member of our team. The awards were given by Chief GuestJustice A. K. Tripathi in the presence of Justice Mridula Mishra (Judge PatnaHC) and Prof. A. Lakshminath (V.C. CNLU, Patna)
  46. 46. SPE Star Fellowship AwardA B.Tech. APE 3rd year student has received the SPE Star Scholarship forthe year 2011-12. He in one among 5 students to get the scholarship in theAsia, Middle East, Africa and European regions.Student ExchangeUniversity of Applied Sciences, Frankfurt / Main, Germany2 students from MBA (AVM) have been selected to go to Cologne/BonnAirport for 2 months practical training starting next year with partial stipend.Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada2 students from MBA (IB) are likely to go to Alberta Business School for their3rd semester under the exchange program starting September 2011 withfull tuition fee waiver.Entrepreneurial & Skill Development Programme(ESDPs)Entrepreneurial and Skill Development Programs (ESDPs) on Courier &Cargo and Jatropha & Biofuels Products was organized at UPES Campus inpartnership with Indian Institution of Entrepreneurship (IIE), Dehradun fromJanuary 3 to February 2, 2011.
  47. 47. Student Activities Cele-Fiesta (Aerospace Day 2011) Cele-Fiesta (Aerospace Day 2011) was organized by Aerospace Department on February 11-12, 2011. Mr. Ashok Jadhav, Chief Manager (Aviation), Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. inaugurated the event. The highlight of Cele-Fiesta was the parajumping by IAF Dare Devils. Ten highly trained IAF officers and NCOs, under the command of Wg. Cdr. Vasant Raj, parachuted out of their Dornier aircraft performing stunning maneuvers and glided their way through 9000 ft and landed on UPES ground. Technical Fest Exploit 2011need A two-day Technical Fest Exploit 2011 was organized through UPES- CSI Student Chapter and IT Department on February 24-25, 2011. The Fest included Workshop on ‘Ethical Hacking,’ highlighting wayspic and means to safeguard systems and to bring awareness regarding the possible attacks to vulnerable systems. Workshop on Robotics Two-day Workshop on Robotics was organized by the Department of Electronics & Electrical Engineering, UPES on January 22-23, 2011. The theme of the Workshop was basically to design an autonomous robotic application that takes decisions based on electronic circuitry.
  48. 48. Physics DayDepartment of Physics, UPES celebrated Physics Day atEnergy Acres on April 2, 2011. Professor Tashi Nautiyal, I.I.TRoorkee shared her views on the dais. In addition to thesessions by eminent speakers, a poster competition was alsoorganized.Transportation WeekTransportation Week was organized for the students at UPESon April 18-21, 2011. Among the highlights were AircraftModeling Using Scraps and a case analysis on Aircraft HijackInvestigation.Nuclear DayNuclear Day was organized to acknowledge and celebratethe achievements and contributions of nuclear sciencestowards society by Department of Physics, UPES with thejoint efforts of IT Dept & Wipro Team on April 23, 2011. Mr.K.J. Sebastian & Mr. Anand Ghare, PAEC- Mumbai talked onthe ocassion. Dr. McRae, from Carlton University, Canadadelivered a very informative tele-speech on developments inCanada through telephone. The event was streamed live &several distinguished professors from various countrieswatched the event through the webcast. In addition to this,UPES students presented presentations which received highpraise from the guests, as well as viewers abroad. Thepresentations are available on, andcan be downloaded by interested readers.
  49. 49. Aerobatics ‘11UPES organized ‘Aerobatics -11’ an Aero ModelingSummer School for B.Tech (ASE) students at Energy Acreson May 26 – June 2, 2011. The inauguration ceremony ofthe School was graced by the Chief Guest Mr. RameshKumar, Director, Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun. In theSchool, students had fabricated and flown different typesof Aircraft models. Expert lectures from industry andacademia were organized to enlighten the audience onthe prospects and opportunities in AerospaceEngineering.UPES-SPE Fest 2011UPES SPE Student Chapter celebrated UPES-SPE Fest2011 on January 28-30, 2011. B. Tech (APE) studentswere actively engaged in organizing the event. Prominentindustry professionals like Mr. John Hoppe, DisciplineManager, Projects and Technology Business, Shell India,Dr. Anil Prakash Joshi & Abhishek Upadhayay, DGMDrilling Operations, Cairn India and professionals fromPetrobangla shared their knowledge and experience withthe students. Various events like Techuminati (PaperPresentation), Virtuoso (Poster Presentation), EngineeringCase Study (Time to churn out the brain), Noesis (Theknowledge barrel quiz) and many more were organized forstudents.Extempore CompetitionThe preliminary round of Extempore Competition wasorganized by E-360, the Club Economics on February 25,2011. The final round of Extempore Competition wasorganized in April along with the launch of the secondedition of e-magazine “TRIVIA”.
  50. 50. Co-curricularActivities
  51. 51. Uurja - The Annual Fest UURJA is an Annual Youth Festival organised by the students of UPES to showcase the multi-faceted talents of the young. Students from various institutions get together at the UPES Campus in Degradun and celebrate over a period of days. Enthusiatic participation by students in different cultural, technical and social events makes UURJA a pulsating and enthralling event. Wheels of Spring UPES organized WHEELS OF SPRING –a quiz based car rally in Doon valley on March 27, 2011. It was an adventurous, fun filled Car Rally riddled with ‘Quizzes’ and Puzzles. The flag off of the Rally was from Doonga House and had concluded in the UPES Campus at Bidholi with the Prize Distribution. Covering the 55 kms distance, the participants not only had discovered the correct route with the help of a tulip but were also challenged through numerous Brain Teasers. 55 vehicles (translating into over 200 people) in three categories viz. Open, Family & Upes Family participated in this Rally. The rally was well appreciated by the participants and the audience. Formula 1 UPES bagged the ‘Smt. Subhadra Shah Memorial Trophy’ for the second consecutive year in 2011. This running trophy is annually awarded by the IMA Blood Bank for the Promotion of Institutional Voluntary Blood Donation. The trophy was awarded to the University by the Chief Guest Dr. Harak Singh Rawat on the Foundation Day Celebrations of IMA Blood Bank on May 30, 2011.need pic + write-up
  52. 52. Industry Summer Internship Students undergo a two month summer internship in the companies relevant to theirInterface domains. Summer internships are mandatory and is pursued by students under the guidance of a mentor from the company and also their faculty. Industrial Tours Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco Mundra Port- Gujarat, ESSAR Refinery - Gujarat India Energy Exchange – New Delhi IOCL, Koyali, Petronet LNG, Dahej ONGC Workshop, Baroda Ahmadabad – Amul & Cadila Pharma, Future Supply Chain Surat- GMB Port, ESSAR Steel, SHELL Hazira, BPCL Bottling Plant, L&T Heavy Engg. Sealan Exploration, Bakrol, Institute of Reservoir Studies, Ahmadabad ESSAR Refinery & Reliance Refinery, Jamnagar Super Scientific Works, Baroda IOGPT, New Panvel GAIL, Usar ONGC, Uran RIL, Patalganga Oil India, Jaisalmer & CAIRN Energy, Badmer NTPC Faridabad & Tata Power, Trombay , Reliance Dahanu Thermal Power St., Thane, Crompton Greaves, Mumbai) Delhi- T3 Terminal Ahmadabad –Ahmadabad Aviation Academy
  53. 53. Guest LecturesLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod temporincididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrudexercitation ullamcoMr. A. K. Aggarwal Mr. O.S. KarthaUse of IT in Downstream Sector General Manager, Indian Oil CompanyCrude Oil Accounting Aviation Fuel and Refueling OperationsSmall process projects in O&G Downstream Aviation Fuel IndustrySector Mr. Ashok JadhavMr. A. K. Aggarwal Chief Manager Aviation, BharatOverview of Autofuel Policy Petroleum CompanyStrategic Planning Changed Scenario in Indian Aviation FuellingMr. A. K. SharmaBlock Development Officer, Khadi and Village Dr.N.K.JayakumarIndustries, Commission, Dehradun Vice Chancellor, NUALS, KeralaBiogas schemes of GoI and field experiences in Judicial Activism in IndiaBiogas Development. Mr. Sanjeev SharmaProf. R C Bansal Spicejetfrom Power & Energy Group Air Cargo ManagementDecentralization Power Generation Mr. Prabhat SinghMr. D.K.Gupta Director Marketing- GAILfrom Jindal Power Understanding LNG businessPower Trading Mr Arun Kumar BhallaMr. Arjun Lal Kalra CEO , Shree Cement Power Trading LtdPlant Utility Equipment & Systems Power TradingMr. L RaviGMRAirport Security red texts needed
  54. 54. CSR ActivitiesUPES has undertaken a number of Community Outreach Programs like adoption of 5nearby village schools. UPES is providing material support in the form of computers,furniture, stationery, etc, and fully supporting educational expenses of 11 girls adoptedfrom nearby villages.11 daughters of UPES meet with the Governor of Uttarakhand Her Execellency, Mrs.Margaret Alva in the month of August 2010. These girls are the adopted daughters of UPESand supported for their education and development by the University. This opportunity wasprovided to these girls by the University to assist them to gain self-confidence and biggerexposure towards development and motivation in life.Under CSR activities, UPES organized a series of Personality Development Programs forseventeen UPES’ adopted daughters on June 13-24, 2011 at the Campus, when the girlshad their summer break. The program aimed at sharpening the knowledge of the childrenthrough various sessions on self introduction & confidence building, writing skills andcomputer knowledge. The daughters were also exposed to dance and music sessions. Ithelped them to boost their self-esteem and enhance their confidence and motivation, andthus build a positive mindset.
  55. 55. UPES’s adotpted daughters got the chance of their lifetime to visit the high dome seat of authority, the Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi and meet the President Her Execellency, Smt. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil, the First Citizen of India at a function held in New Delhi on Children’s Day, 2010.
  56. 56. Faculty & ResourceDevelopmentFaculty Development Program on Teaching to LearningFaculty Development Program (FDP) on Teaching to Learning was organized in collaborationwith Delhi Judicial Academy at UPES from February 18 – 20, 2011. The program was attendedby faculty members of CoLS including those faculty members of CoMES & CoES who havetaught or are teaching at CoLS. Several esteemed facilitators from Delhi Judicial Academy, NLU(Dwarka), Faculty of Law (Delhi University) delivered lectures.MDP on Project Management Benchmarks RedefinedFirst four day residential MDP on Project Management: Benchmarks Redefined was organizedat newly built and inaugurated Management Development Center, UPES on May 3-6, 2011.Under the directorship of Dr. M. Ramachandran, former Secretary, Ministry of UrbanDevelopment, GOI, the interactive sessions were conducted. Among various dignitaries, whowitnessed the sessions, were the delegates from both Private and Public Sector Companies,like: GAIL, OIL, IOCL, NTPC, Power Grid, L&T, Cairn Energy, Department of Minor Irrigation,Uttarakhand, and Gujarat Energy Training and research institute (GETRI).Over 20 distinguished speakers addressed 22 sessions, covering six all encompassingcapsules onManaging Human ResourcesNewer Strategies of Sourcing the FundsManaging FundsProject Contracts & Risk ManagementTechnology and IT Applications in Project Management andProject Coordination & Monitoring
  57. 57. CONIAPS-XIIon ‘Emerging Interfaces of Physical Sciences and Technology’3-day International Conference CONIAPS-XII on ‘Emerging Interfaces of Physical Sciences andTechnology’ was organized on June 14-16, 2011 at Energy Acres. Over 648 delegatesparticipated and shared their views representing national & international Universities includingCzech Republic, Canada, England, South East Asia. The opening ceremony was attended bydistinguished dignitaries. H.E. Shri Shekhar Dutt Hon’ble Governor of Chattisgarh State deliveredthe Inaugural Address and Prof. P. N. Pandey, General Secretary, IAPS, Dr. Rajendra Dhobal,Director General, UCOST, Prof. H. P. Dikshit, Director General, SGPA shared the dais. TheConference provided an opportunity to scientists working in different disciplines of knowledge, todiscuss and underscore the potentialities of the interacting ideas and researches to meet thechallenges of the future.Symposium on Solar Energy Future in UttarakhandMapping the Way: A dialogue on Issues and NeedsUCOST and UPES jointly organized the Symposium addressed to achieving sustainable solarenergy for future. The Symposium was organized by the Centre for Energy Economic Research,UPES and was held on February 12, 2011 at UPES Campus, Dehradun. Dr. Rajendra Dobhal,Director, UCOST, Dr. D. S. Chauhan, VC, UTU, Prof. Grijesh Pant, VC, Doon University were part ofthe August gathering.Information Security Awareness and EducationA Workshop on Information Security Awareness and Education was conducted for students andstaff on the March 4 - 5, 2011. The effort was jointly initiated by the HR and IT department toenhance awareness on data security.National Conference on Sustainable Development in EnergySectorNational Conference on Sustainable Development in Energy Sector was organized by the UPESPetrotech Chapter and Centre for Energy Law Research in knowledge partnership with the WorldEnergy Council–Indian Member Committee on April 8-9, 2011 at Energy Acres, UPES. Theobjective of the conference was to create a knowledge sharing environment where theparticipants could share their views on sustainable development in energy sector. Severaldignitaries like Mr. M C Mehta (Legal Practitioner & Environmentalist) along with many industryexperts participated in the conference.
  58. 58. Faculty
  59. 59. DR. B.S. TEWARIDepartment of Physics Assistant Professor Senior Scale B.Sc, M.Sc (Physics), PhD (Physics)DR. PIYUSH KUCHHALAssociate Professor NIPPANI SATYA KRISHNAB. Sc, M. Sc, PhD (Physics) Lecturer B. Sc. (Electrical Engineering) M.Sc.(ElectricalDR. AJAY VASISHTH Engineering), PhD (Pursuing)Assistant Professor Selection GradeB.Sc (Electronics),M.Sc (Opto Electronics), SEETESH PANDEPGDCA,Ph.D (Physics) Lecturer B.Sc( Physics), M.Sc( Physics, IIT- Delhi), PhDDR PRASANT SHAMBHUDAYAL RAWAT (Pursuing)Assistant Professor Selection GradeB.Sc (Physics), M.Sc (Physics), PhD (Science)DR RAJEEV KUMAR GUPTA Department of ChemistryAssistant Professor Selection GradeB.Sc, M. Sc (Physics), PhD (Physics) DR. K. MASTAN RAO Associate ProfessorDR. AMIT KUMAR CHAWLA B. Sc., M.Sc (Chemistry), PhD (Chemistry) PhysicalAssistant Professor Selection Grade ChemistryPhD - (Study of Optical Properties of Nanocrystallinemetal and metal oxides thin films), M.Sc- DR. K.S.R. MURTHY(Electronics),B.Sc. Assistant Professor Selection Grade B.Sc (Chemistry), M.Sc (Environmental ScienceDR SANTOSH KUMAR JOSHI ,University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK), M. ScAssistant Professor Selection Grade (Analytical Chemistry)Ph.D (Physics- Solid State Physics), M.Sc (Physics-Electronics), B.Sc (PCM) DR. BHAWNA YADAV LAMBA Assistant Professor Selection GradeGAGAN ANAND B,Sc, M.Sc. (Organic Chemistry), M.E. (PolymerAssistant Professor Selection Grade Technology), PhD (Chemistry)B.Sc (Physics), M.Sc (Physics), PhD (pursuing, thesissubmitted) DR. SANJEEV KUMAR Assistant Professor Senior ScaleRISHI DEWAN B.Sc (Chemistry Hons), M.Sc (Applied Chemistry) CSIR-Assistant Professor Senior Scale NET (Chemical Sciences), PhD (Applied Chemistry)M.Sc (Physics with Electronics), M-TQM (Masters inTotal Quality Mgt.), PhD (Pursuing) DR. SHAILEY SINGHAL Assistant Professor Selection Grade B.Sc, M.Sc. (Chemistry), CSIR- NET (Chemical Sciences), Ph.D. (Chemistry)
  60. 60. GIRIDHAR JOSHI DR. VIPIN KUMAR DESHWALAssistant Professor Assistant Professor Senior ScaleB.Sc (Chemistry), M.Sc (Organic Chemistry), PhD(Pursuing) DR. MAHESHWAR PATHAK Assistant ProfessorSHILPI AGARWAL B.Sc; M.Sc (Mathematics), PhD (Mathematics)Assistant ProfessorB. Sc (Chemistry), M. Sc (Chemistry), CSIR-NET PANKAJ KUMAR MISHRA(Chemical Engineering), U.P.SLET (Chemical Assistant ProfessorEngineering), PhD (Pursuing) B. Tech, M. Tech (IIT Roorkee), PhD (Pursuing) RAJESH SHARMAG. SELVI SANJAY KUMAR Assistant ProfessorLecturer B.Sc, M.Sc (Mathematics), M.Tech (IndustrialB.Sc (Chemistry), M. Sc (Chemistry), PhD (Pursuing) Mathematics with Computer Application), PhDSURBHI SEMWAL (pursuing - IIT Roorkee)Doctoral Research Fellow SHALLEY GUPTAB.Sc, M.Sc (Organic Chemistry), PhD (Pursuing) Assistant Professor M.Tech.(CSE) Ph.D. (pursuing) M.Phil. (Mathematics)Department of Mathematics M.Sc.(Mathematical Sciences) B.Sc. (PCM)DR. S.K.BANERJEE SHWETA SACHDEVAProfessor Assistant ProfessorB. Sc (Mathematics), M.Sc.(Mathematics), PhD M.Sc.(Maths), M. Phil, PhD (Pursuing)DR. D.K.BANERJEE RK PAVAN KUMAR PANNALAAdjunct Professor Assistant ProfessorB. Sc (PCM), M. Sc(Mathematics), Ph.D. (Fluid B.Sc. (Mathematics), M. Sc.(Mathematics), PhDMechanics, MHD Turbulance) (Pursuing)DR. MUKESH KUMAR SINGHAL VIVEK KUMARAssistant Professor Selection Grade Assistant ProfessorB.Sc, M.Sc (Mathematics, IIT- Roorkee), Ph D B.Sc (PCM), M.Sc (Maths), M.Phil (Maths),(Mathematical Modeling & Simulation-IIT Roorkee) Pursuing Ph.D (Thesis submitted)DR. KOMAL GEETIKA SHARMAAssistant Professor Senior Scale LecturerB. Sc, M.Sc (Applied Mathematics -IIT Roorkee, PhD B.Sc (PCM), M.Sc (Maths, Applied Sciences), M. PhilMathematics - IIT, Roorkee) (Mathematics), PhD (Pursuing)DR ANUJ KUMAR SANGEETA PANTAssistant Professor Senior Scale LecturerB.Sc (PCM), M.Sc (Maths & Computer Science), Ph.D B.Sc (PCM), M.Sc (Maths), Pursuing Ph.D (Thesis submission on July 2011)
  61. 61. RAVI KIRAN MADDALI DHARMENDRA KUMAR GUPTALecturer Associate ProfessorB. Sc.(Mathematics), M. Sc (Applied Mathematics), BE(Analysis &Design Process Equipments),PhD (Pursuing) ME(Analysis & Design of Process Equipments),PhD(Pursuing) DR. ARKA PRAVA MUKHERJEEDepartment of Petroleum Assistant Professor - SG PhD (University of Delhi) M.Tech (Applied Geology), IITEngineering & Earth Sciences Roorkee B.Sc hons (University of Delhi)DR.S.K.NANDA DR. N.G. ROYAdjunct Professor Assistant Professor Selection GradeM.Sc.(Organic Chemistry),B.E (Science & Maths), B.Sc (Geology), M.Sc (Applied Geology), M.TechPh.D (Polymers) (Petroleum Exploration- ISM, Dhanbad), PhDDR. K.S MISRA (Engineering Geoscience - IIT, Kanpur)ProfessorBSc, MSc (Geology),PhD (Exploration Geology & DR. PANKAJ KUMAR SRIVASTAVARemote Sensing, University of Manitoba, Canada) Assistant Professor Selection Grade B.Sc, M.Sc (Geology), M.Tech (Applied Geology, IITDR M.R SRINIVASAN Kharagpur) Researcher (Remote Sensing, University ofProfessor Tokyo), PhD (Geology & Geophysics, IIT Kharagpur)B.E (Chemical Engineering), MBA (FinanceManagement), PhD (Application of modified Value DR. U. KEDARESWARUDUEngineeringin project management) Assistant Professor Selection Grade B.Sc., M.Sc. (Geophysics), UGC NET (Geophysics),ASIT KUMAR SAMADDER M. Tech (Computer Science & Engineering),Industry Fellow Ph. D (Geophysics)B.Sc Hons (Applied Geophysics - Indian School ofMines, Dhanbad), Masters (Applied Geophysics - DR. J. DEVARAJUIndian School of Mines, Dhanbad), PhD (Pursuing) Assistant Professor Senior Scale B. Sc, M. Sc, PMDH (Hydrology) Ph. D (Geology)
  62. 62. DR. SABYASACHI MAITI DR. NITYANAND CHOUDHARYAssistant Professor Senior Scale Adjunct ProfessorB.Sc (Geology), M.Tech (Applied Geology, IIT Roorkee), B.Sc. (Chemical Engineering), M.Sc. & Ph.D.PhD (Remote Sensing, IIT Kharagpur) (Chemical Engineering) Chemical EngineeringARUN SINGH CHANDEL DR. ALOK KUMAR SAXENAAssistant Professor Senior Scale ProfessorB.Tech (Chemical Engineering), M.Sc (Oil & Gas B.Tech (Chemical Engineering - Institute of Technology,Engineering), PhD (Pursuing) BHU), M.Tech (Process Instrumentation & Control - IIT, Delhi ), PhD (IIT, Delhi), Post Doc Research(UniversityDR. PRADEEP JOSHI of Oldenburg, Germany)Assistant Professor Senior ScaleB. Sc (Geology), M. Sc (Geology) D. Phil (Geology) DR ASHTOSH PANDEY Associate ProfessorDEEPAK SINGH B. Tech, M.Tech (Chemical Engineering - IIT, Kanpur),Doctoral Research Fellow PhD (Chemical Engineering - University ofB.Sc, M.Sc (Applied Geology), M.Tech (Petroleum Massachusetts, USA)Exploration), PhD (Pursuing) G. SANJAY KUMARPAWAN GUPTA Assistant Professor Selection GradeDoctoral Research Fellow B.E. (Chemical), M. Tech (Petroleum Refining), PhDB.E, M.Tech ( Petroleum Engg), PhD (Pursuing) (Pursuing)UDAY BHAN NITEEN RAMCHANDRA YEOLEDoctoral Research Fellow Assistant Professor Selection GradeB.Sc, M.Sc (Applied Geology), M. Tech (Petroleum B.Tech(Petrocemicals), M.E (Chemical Engineering)Exploration), PhD (Pursuing) AMIT DHRUV SARAN Assistant Professor Senior Scale B.Tech (Chemical Engg), M.Tech(Chemical Engg-IITDepartment of Chemical Kanpur), PhD(Pursuing - IIT Bombay)Engineering AMEYA DIWAN Assistant Professor Senior Scale M.E (Chemical Engg), PhD (pursuing - IIT Bombay)DR. SHRIHARIDean & Professor CH VARA PRASADB.Tech (Chemical Engineering, BITS-Pilani, M.Tech Assistant Professor Senior Scale(Chemical Engineering), PhD (Chemical Engineering- B. Tech, ME(Chemical Engineering), PhD (Pursuing)IISc.Bangalore)DR. R. P. BADONI RAJESHWAR MAHAJANDistinguished Professor Assistant Professor Senior ScaleM. Sc. Ph. D. (Chemistry) B. Tech (Chemical Engineering.), M.E (Chemical Engineering), PhD (Pursuing)
  63. 63. SANJAY DASRATH DALVI DR. RAVI KUMAR TIWARIAssistant Professor Senior Scale Assistant Professor Senior ScaleM. Tech(Chemical Engineering) , BE (Chemical Ph.D (Chemical Engg.), B.Tech (Chemical Engg.)Engineering), Phd (Pursuing) KINGSHUK SRIVASTAVASHIPRA BATRA Doctoral Research FellowAssistant Professor Senior Scale B.Sc, M.Sc (Electronics), M.Tech (Petro Informatics)B.Tech, M.Tech (Chemical Engineering - IIT Mumbai)DR. A. ARAVIND KUMARAssistant Professor Senior ScaleB.Tech (Chemical Engineering), M.Tech (Chemical Centre for ProfessionalEngineering), PhD CommunicationADARSH KR. ARYA DR MEENAKSHI SINGHALAssistant Professor Assistant Professor Selection GradeB.Tech (Chemical Engineering), M.Tech (Chemical M.A (English Literature), PhD (Literature)Engineering), PhD (Pursuing) VICKRAM SAHAIGIRISH N DESAI Assistant Professor Senior ScaleAssistant Professor B.A (Economics), PGDBA, PGD in PR, Masters(MassB.E (Chemical Engineering), M.Tech (Chemical Comm.), M. Phil (Journalism & Mass Comm), PhDEngineering - IIT, Mumbai), PhD (Pursuing) (Pursuing)KUMARGAURAV DNYANESHWAR PUNASE ANAND PRAKASH PATHAKAssistant Professor Assistant ProfessorB.Tech , M.Tech (Chemical Engineering- IIT, Roorkee) B.A, M.A, M.PhilROSE HAVILAH PULLA NEHA CHHABRAAssistant Professor Assistant ProfessorB. Tech( Chemical Engineering), M.E( Petrochemical B.Tech (Mechanical), MBA (Finance), M.Phil (BusinessEngineering),PhD (Pursuing) Management & Commerce), PhD (Pursuing)G. SARADHA DEVI DR. RADHIKA BANSAL PASRICHADoctoral Research Fellow Assistant ProfessorB.Tech (Chemical Engineering), M.Tech (Refining & B.A, M.A (English Literature), B.Ed, Advance Diploma inPetrochemicals), PhD (Pursuing) French Language, PhD(English)T. SRINIVAS DR. RATI OBEROIDoctoral Research Fellow Assistant ProfessorM.Tech (ChemicalEngg) B.Tech (Chemical Engg) BA, MA(English Literature), PhD (English Literature)ANAND PRABHAKADoctoral Research Fellow DR.SHALINI VOHRAM.Tech (ChemicalEngg) B.Tech (Chemical Engg) Assistant Professor M.A (English), Ph. D (English)
  64. 64. JYOTI LUXMI KASHYUP G HANUMAT SASTRYLecturer Assistant Professor Senior ScaleB.A, M.A (English), M.Phil (English), PhD(Pursuing) B.Sc, M.Sc (Computer Science), M.Tech (Computer ScienceEngineering), Pursuing Ph.D (Thesissubmitted)M. SASI SEKHARLecturer M. VENKATADARIB. A., M. A. (English), PhD (Pursuing) Assistant Professor Senior Scale B.Tech (CSE), M.Tech (IT), M.Tech (CSE) Ph.D (Pursuing)P. L. L. ANNAPURNA NEERAJ CHUGHLecturer Assistant Professor Senior ScaleB.Com, M. A. (English Literature), M. Phil (English), M.Sc.,M.Tech(Computer Science Engineering)PhD (Pursuing) PRAKASH G LDR. MANISH PRATEEK Assistant Professor Senior ScaleProfessor B.E, M.E (Computer Science Engineering),B.Tech, M.Tech (Computer Engineering-from Kursk PhD (Pursuing)State Technical University, Russia), PhD (Robotics,Dept. of Physics) VINAY AVASTHI Assistant Professor Senior ScaleANANT BHASKAR GARG B .Sc, M.Sc (IT), MCA, M.Phil (Computer Science)Assistant Professor Selection Grade PhD (Pursuing)B.E(Computer Science),M.S, PhD (Pursuing) VISHAL KAUSHIKAJAY SHANKAR SINGH Assistant Professor Senior ScaleAssistant Professor Selection Grade B.Sc, PGDCA, M.Sc (Computer Science) and M. Tech (IT)B.Tech & M.Tech (Computer Science - Kursk StateTechnical University, Russia)PhD (Pursuing) AJAY RAWAT Assistant ProfessorDR NEELU JYOTI AHUJA BCA, MCA, M.S (Software Syatems - BITS, pilani)Assistant Professor Selection GradeB. Sc, Microsoft Certified Professional, M .Tech (IT), P S V S SRIDHARMBA, PhD (Geo Informatics) Assistant Professor B Sc, MCA, PhD (Pursuing)
  65. 65. RAJ KUMAR JAISWAL DR. NITYANAND CHOUDHARYAssistant Professor Adjunct ProfessorB.E. (CSE), M.E. (CNE) B.Sc. (Chemical Engineering), M.Sc. & Ph.DCSE (Computer Science Engg.) (Chemical Engineering)INDER SINGH DR. ALOK KUMAR SAXENAAssistant Professor ProfessorB.Com, M. Sc (IT), M.Tech (IT), PhD (Pursuing) B.Tech (Chemical Engineering - Institute of Technology, BHU), M.Tech (Process Instrumentation & Control - IIT,GAGAN DEEP SINGH Delhi ), PhD (IIT, Delhi)LecturerBCA, M.Sc. (Computer Science),M.Phil (Computer DR ASHTOSH PANDEYScience)HDSE (Honours Diploma in Software Associate ProfessorEngineering, Aptech Certified), ACEP (Aptech Certified B. Tech, M.Tech (Chemical Engineering - IIT, Kanpur),E-commerce Professional) PhD (Chemical Engineering - University of Massachusetts, USA)R. SUGANYADoctoral Research Fellow G. SANJAY KUMARB.Sc, MCA, M.Tech (Petro Informatics), PhD (Pursuing) Assistant Professor Selection GradeN C CHITHRA CHAKRA B.E. (Chemical), M. Tech (Petroleum Refining),Doctoral Research Fellow PhD (Pursuing)B.Tech , M.Tech (Petro Informatics),PhD (Pursuing) NITEEN RAMCHANDRA YEOLEKINGSHUK SRIVASTAVA Assistant Professor Selection GradeDoctoral Research Fellow B.Tech(Petrocemicals), M.E (Chemical Engineering)B.Sc, M.Sc (Electronics), M.Tech (Petro Informatics),PhD (Pursuing) AMIT DHRUV SARAN Assistant Professor Senior Scale B.Tech (Chemical Engg), M.Tech(Chemical Engg-IIT Kanpur), PhD(Pursuing - IIT Bombay)Department of Chemical AMEYA DIWANEngineering Assistant Professor Senior Scale M.E (Chemical Engg), PhD (pursuing - IIT Bombay)DR. SHRIHARI CH VARA PRASADDean & Professor Assistant Professor Senior ScaleB.Tech (Chemical Engineering, BITS-Pilani, M.Tech B. Tech, ME(Chemical Engineering), PhD (Pursuing)(Chemical Engineering), PhD (Chemical Engineering-IISc.Bangalore) RAJESHWAR MAHAJAN Assistant Professor Senior ScaleDR. R. P. BADONI B. Tech (Chemical Engineering.), M.E (ChemicalDistinguished Professor Engineering), PhD (Pursuing)M. Sc. Ph. D. (Chemistry)
  66. 66. SANJAY DASRATH DALVI DR. RAVI KUMAR TIWARIAssistant Professor Senior Scale Assistant Professor Senior ScaleM. Tech(Chemical Engineering) , BE (Chemical Ph.D (Chemical Engg.), B.Tech (Chemical Engg.)Engineering), Phd (Pursuing)SHIPRA BATRAAssistant Professor Senior ScaleB.Tech, M.Tech (Chemical Engineering - IIT Mumbai) Department of Petroleum Engineering & Earth SciencesDR. A. ARAVIND KUMARAssistant Professor Senior ScaleB.Tech (Chemical Engineering), M.Tech (Chemical DR. S. K.NANDAEngineering), PhD Adjunct Professor M.Sc.(Organic Chemistry),B.E (Science & Maths),ADARSH KR. ARYA Ph.D (Polymers)Assistant ProfessorB.Tech (Chemical Engineering), M.Tech (Chemical DR. K.S MISRAEngineering), PhD (Pursuing) Professor Bsc, MSc (Geology),PhD (Exploration Geology &GIRISH N DESAI Remote Sensing, University of Manitoba, Canada)Assistant ProfessorB.E (Chemical Engineering), M.Tech (Chemical DR M.R SRINIVASANEngineering - IIT, Mumbai), PhD (Pursuing) ProfessorKUMARGAURAV DNYANESHWAR PUNASE B.E (Chemical Engineering), MBA (FinanceAssistant Professor Management), PhD (Application of modified ValueB.Tech , M.Tech (Chemical Engineering- IIT, Roorkee) Engineeringin project management)ROSE HAVILAH PULLA ASIT KUMAR SAMADDERAssistant Professor Industry FellowB. Tech( Chemical Engineering), M.E( Petrochemical B.Sc Hons (Applied Geophysics - Indian School ofEngineering),PhD (Pursuing) Mines, Dhanbad), Masters (Applied Geophysics - Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad), PhD (Pursuing)G. SARADHA DEVIDoctoral Research Fellow DHARMENDRA KUMAR GUPTAB.Tech (Chemical Engineering), M.Tech (Refining & Associate ProfessorPetrochemicals), PhD (Pursuing) BE(Analysis &Design Process Equipments), ME(Analysis & Design of ProcessT. SRINIVAS Equipments),PhD(Pursuing)Doctoral Research FellowM.Tech (ChemicalEngg), B.Tech (Chemical Engg) DR. ARKA PRAVA MUKHERJEE Assistant Professor - SGANAND PRABHAKA PhD (University of Delhi),M.Tech (Applied Geology),Doctoral Research Fellow IIT Roorkee, B.Sc hons (University of Delhi)M.Tech (ChemicalEngg) B.Tech (Chemical Engg)