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Students bulletin 2011-12

  1. 1. UNIVERSITY of PETROLEUM and ENERGY STUDIES Student Bulletin (2011-12) 1
  2. 2. Reservation of Rights / DisclaimerEvery effort has been made to provide accurate and current information; however, the right isreserved to change without notice any of the Rules and Regulations of the University at any time,including those relating to fees, location, to withdraw curricula and specific courses, change ordiscontinue programs, alter course content, change the calendar. All such changes are effective atsuch times as the University Authorities determine, and may apply not only to prospectivestudents but also to those who are already enrolled in the University.The information contained in the Bulletin is subject to change at any time, without notice. It isintended to serve only as a general source of information about the University and is in no wayintended to state contractual terms.This information may include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. 2
  3. 3. 1. INTRODUCTIONThe University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) is established through an Act No. 15 of 2003 ofthe State Legislature of Uttarakhand. The University is recognized by University Grants Commission(UGC) under Section 2 (f) of the UGC Act, 1956 vide notification no. F-9-20/2003 (CPP-1) dated 4th June2004. This applies that UPES is fully compliant to the regulations established by UGC.It is the first University in the country dedicated to petroleum and energy studies for creating world-classpetroleum professionals in the Petroleum, Oil & Gas, Power and Transportation sector to fulfill thegrowing demand of specialized personnel in the industry. It offers Post Graduate and the Undergraduateprogrammes in all areas pertaining to the Oil and Gas, Power and Transportation and allied sectors withhighly focused cutting edge courses. The UPES is an endeavor of Hydrocarbons Education and Research Society (the ‘Society’), a non- profitorganization, pioneer in imparting education and other activities in Energy Sector. The society comprisesof eminent individuals from the Oil and Gas industry including the top bureaucrats concerned with thissector in Government of India, Professionals of repute, Chiefs of major oil companies and experts fromvarious national & international organizations.2. VISION To be the premier institute with state of art facilities to provide world class education, training, research, consultancy and outreach services in the areas of Oil & Gas, Energy & Transportation Sector.3. MISSION • To create top quality human resources, to enhance the productivity in the Oil and Gas and Energy Industry. • To design, develop and deliver continuously evolving education and training programmes for professionals in the industry. • To take leader’s role in promoting the growth of Oil and Gas and Energy sector through specific education & outreach activities. • To provide support to research, consultancy, development activities in all technical & managerial aspects of the petroleum industry4. PROGRAMMESThe University offers the following programmes in various sectors through its 3 Constituent colleges. viz • College of Management & Economic Studies • College of Engineering Studies • College of Legal Studies 3
  4. 4. College-wise ProgramsCollege of Engineering StudiesUndergraduate Postgraduate Oil & Gas B. Tech. (Applied Petroleum Engineering) M. Tech. (Health Safety & Environmental Engineering) with specialization in Upstream M. Tech. (Pipeline Engineering) B. Tech. (Applied Petroleum Engineering) M. Tech. (Process Design Engineering) with specialization in Gas M. Tech. (Petroleum Exploration) B. Tech. (Chemical Engineering) with specialization in Refining & Petrochemicals B. Tech. (Geo Informatics Engineering) B. Tech. (Geo Sciences Engineering) Power B. Tech. (Power System Engineering) M. Tech. (Energy Systems) B.Tech.(Energy Technology) + LL. B. with emphasis on Intellectual Property Rights Transportation B. Tech. (Aerospace Engineering) M. Tech Computational Fluid Dynamics B. Tech. (Aerospace Engineering with specialization in Avionics Engineering) B. Tech. (Automotive Design Engineering) Infrastructure B. Tech. (Infrastructure Engineering) B. Tech. (Material Science Engineering with specialization in Nanotechnology) B. Tech. (Fire Safety Engineering) Computer Science B. Tech. (Computer Science) + LL. B. with emphasis on Cyber Law 4
  5. 5. B. Tech in Computer Science with specialization in- Cloud Computing & Virtualization Technologies- Mainframe Technologies- Open Source & Open Standard- IT with Oil & Gas Informatics Electronics B. Tech. (Electronics Engineering) M. Tech. (Robotics Engineering) B. Tech. (Mechatronics Engineering)College of Management & Economic StudiesUndergraduate Postgraduate Oil & Gas BBA (Oil & Gas Marketing) MBA (Oil & Gas Management) MBA (Energy Trading) Power MBA (Power Management) Transportation BBA (Aviation Operations) MBA (Aviation Management) BBA (Auto Retailing) MBA (Port & Shipping Management) Infrastructure MBA (Infrastructure Management) Logistics & Supply Chain BBA (Logistics Management) MBA (Logistics & Supply Chain Management) Information Technology MBA (Information Systems Management) 5
  6. 6. International Business MBA (International Business)College of Legal Studies Undergraduate Postgraduate Integrated BA - LL. B. (5 years) Integrated BBA - LL. B. (5 years) B. Tech (Energy Technology) + LL.B. with specialization in Intellectual Property Rights (6 Years) B. Tech (Computer Science) + LL.B. with specialization in Cyber Law (6 Years)5. SPECIFIC FEATURES OF UPESSpecific features of the University include: • Industry specific programmes offerings • Contemporary curriculum • Real life exposure through industry visits • Guest lectures by eminent professionals from Oil & Gas, Power, and Transportation Sector • Vast opportunities for summer training placement in reputed organizations. • Scholarships for meritorious students • Teaching assistantship to postgraduate students • Only University in the PAN Asian Region whose courses are accredited by Energy Institute London, U.K. • Accredited by NAAC6. CAREERS OPPORTUNITIES FOR UPES GRADUATESThe graduates from UPES can look forward for their career in any of the following areas depending uponthe sectoral course they have opted for.OIL & GAS SECTOR • Oil Exploration • Oil and Gas Transportation • Oil Refining • Oil Trading, Marketing and Retailing • Pipeline Operations • Petroleum Products Management • Distribution and Supply Chain Management • LNG, CNG and LPG Supply and Distribution 6
  7. 7. • Financial Institution and Regulatory Bodies • Consulting and Engineering Companies • Service Providers • Management of Asset • Reservoir Management • Crude Processing Facilities Management • Wire Line Logging ManagementPOWER SECTOR • Power Generation Management • Power Transmission Management • Power Distribution Management • Power Project Financing • Power Consultancy • Power TradingTRANSPORTATION SECTOR • Corporate Planning & Strategic Management • Brand Management • Air Fleet Scheduling and Management • Customer Relationship Management • Loyalty Programmes Management • Fuelling Management • Basic CAD/ CAM Services • Modeling & Analysis • Full-fledged Manufacturing Engineering • Specialty Design • System Engineering • Software Development • Flight Research • Field ServiceINFRASTRUCTURE • Infrastructure Projects • Public Private Partnerships • Infrastructure Financing • Infrastructure Regulations • Strategic Issues in Infrastructure Sector • Urban & Rural Infrastructure • Domestic and International Construction Management • Real Estate Business • Engineering, Construction & ProcurementLOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN • Logistic companies 7
  8. 8. • Multi-Modal Transportation • 3rd / 5th Party Logistics • Retail Logistics • Enterprise Resource Planning • International Logistics • Supply Chain ManagementINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY • IT in Power / Energy Sector • IT in Infrastructure • IT in Oil & Gas Sector • Computer Science & Technology Organisation • ERP • ICT CompaniesINTERNATIONAL BUSINESS • Maritime Industries • Aviation Industries • International Trade organization • International Marketing • International Logistic Supply Chain Management • Business Analyst • FDI & FII Investors • EXIM Organisation • e-Commerce & e- BusinessCOMPUTER SCIENCE & ELECTRONICS • ICT companies • Telecommunication Companies • Hardware/Software Companies • VLSI Design • Electronic Designs • Robotics • Mechatronics companies • Space Technology Companies • Networking • Cloud Computing • Open source • Main frame 8
  9. 9. 7. LOCATION UPES is located at one of the most scenic tranquil locations of India, Dehradun, the capital city of State of Uttarakhand, which is famous for its educational institutions. The University’s campus at par with international standards is at Bidholi on the outskirts of Dehradun.8. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Academic Year 2011-12 COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS STUDIES Courses Eligibility Criteria Admission Criteria Duration (yrs)BBA (O & G M) / BBA Group Discussion and 10+2, with Min. 50% Marks 3(AVO)/BBA Auto Retailing InterviewBBA (Logistics 10+2, with Min. 50% Marks & Group Discussion and 3Management) Maths in Class XII Preferred Interview Min. 50% Marks in class X / XII UPES Management Entrance and Engineering & Science Test (UPES-MET)/NationalMBA (O & G) / MBA (PM) 2 (PCM) Graduates with Min 50% Level Test + Group from recognized University Discussion & Interview Min. 50% Marks in class X / XII UPES Management Entrance and B.Tech / BE (Civil, Test (UPES-MET)/NationalMBA (IFM) Electrical, Mechnical, EEE), B.Sc 2 Level Test + Group (PCM) with Min 50% from Discussion & Interview recognized University Min. 50% Marks in class X / XII UPES Management EntranceMBA (AVM/ IBM// P&SM/ and Graduation with Min 50% Test (UPES-MET)/National 2L&SCM ) from recognized University Level Test + Group Discussion & Interview Min. 50% Marks in class X / XII UPES Management Entrance and B.Tech (IT/CSE)/BCA/B.Sc Test (UPES-MET)/NationalMBA (ISM) 2 with Mathematics with min 50% Level Test + Group from recognized University Discussion & Interview Min. 50% Marks in class X / XII UPES Management Entrance & graduation in Commerce / Test (UPES-MET)/NationalMBA (ET) Economies/Mathematics/Statistics 2 Level Test + Group /CA/ICWA/B.Tech/B.Sc (PCM) Discussion & Interview with minimum 50% marks. MBA with Min 50% Marks + 3*Ph. D in Management 3 Year Experience 9
  10. 10. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING STUDIES Duration Courses Eligibility Criteria Admission Criteria (yrs) Min. 60% Marks in class X / XII UPES Engineering AptitudeB. Tech and 60% Marks in PCM Test (UPESEAT) followed by(APE/CSE/ADE/GSE/GI/ASE/ Centralized Counseling 4AVE/EE/ME/PSE/IFE/CE)/FSE OR/MSE with specialization in Board Merit/AIEEE MeritNano Tech. through Merit RankingB.Tech (Energy Min. 60% Marks in class X / XII UPES Engineering AptitudeTechnology+LLB with and 60% Marks in PCM Test (UPESEAT) followed byemphasis on Intellectual Centralized Counseling 6Property Rights(IPR)/Computer ORScience+LLB with emphasis on Board Merit/AIEEE MeritCyber Laws through Merit Ranking Min 60% Marks in class X/XII and B.Tech/BE in Electrical/ Screening of Application &M. Tech (ES) 2 Mechanical/Chemical or M.Sc Interview Physics with min 60% Min 60 Marks in class X/XII and B. Tech /BE in any discipline/ M. Screening of Application &M. Tech (HSE) 2 Sc (Environment Sc/Organic Interview Technology ) with min 60% Min 60 Marks in class X/XII and B. Tech/BE in Mechanical/ Screening of Application &M. Tech (PLE) 2 /Chemical/Civil/Electrical Engg Interview with min 60% Min 60% Marks in class X/XII and B. Tech/BE in Chemical Engg/ Screening of Application &M. Tech (PDE) 2 Petro Chemical Engg, with min Interview 60% Min 60% Marks in class X/XII and B. Tech/BE in Electronics / Screening of Application &M.Tech (RE) 2 Mechanical/Electrical/Instrumentat Interview ion & Control Engg with min 60% Min. 60% Marks in class X/XII Screening of Application & and B.Tech/BE in InterviewM.Tech (PE) Mechanical/Chemical or M.Sc. in 2 Geology/Geo Physics/Physics with min. 60% Marks Min. 60% Marks in class X/XII Screening of Application &M.Tech (CFD) and B.Tech/BE in any discipline Interview 2 with min. 60% Marks B. Tech / M. Sc with minimum Screening of Application &*Ph. D in Engineering 3 60% + 3 Years Work Experience Interview* Part Time Programme 10
  11. 11. COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES Duration Courses Eligibility Criteria Admission Criteria (yrs) UPES Law Studies AptitudeIntegrated BA LLB Min.50% Marks at Higher & Test (UL-SAT)/BoardProgramme (with emphasis Senior Secondary level (10th & Merit/CLAT Merit/LSAT Merit 5on Energy Laws) 12th ) followed by Group Discussion & Interview UPES Law Studies AptitudeIntegrated BBA 5 Year LLB Min.60% Marks at Higher & Test (UL-SAT)/BoardProgramme with Emphasis Senior Secondary level (10th & Merit/CLAT Merit/LSAT Merit 5on Corporate Laws 12th ) followed by Group Discussion & InterviewB.Tech. Energy 1. Min.60% Marks at Higher & UPES Engineering AptitudeTechnology+LLB with Senior Secondary level (10th & Test (UPESEAT) followed by 6emphasis on Intellectual 12th ) Centralised CounselingProperty Rights (IPR) 2. Minimum 60% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry &B.Tech. Computer UPES Engineering Aptitude Mathematics at Senior SecondaryScience+LLB with emphasis Test (UPESEAT) followed by 6 levelon Cyber Laws Centralised Counseling Candidates appearing in the Final Year Qualifying Examination are eligible to apply provided they submit the proof of their eligibility latest by 30th September, 2011. University reserves the right to offer any or all of the above mentioned programmes in the Academic Session 2011-12. It also reserves the right to alter/modify the curriculum of the above mentioned courses from time to time. 11
  12. 12. 9. FEE STRUCTURE 9.1 FEE FOR REGULAR COURSES COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING STUDIES (COES) Semester Wise Fee (in Rs) I/II Semester III/IV Semester V/VI Semester VII/VIII Semester Program Academic Tuition Academic Tuition Academic Total Tuition Total Tuition Academic Total Total Fee Service Fee Service Fee Fee Service Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Service Fee Fee FeeB. Tech. Applied PetroleumEngineering with specialization 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000in UpstreamB. Tech. Applied PetroleumEngineering with Specialization 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000in GASB. Tech. Chemical Engineeringwith Specialization in Refining & 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000PetrochemicalB. Tech. Geo Science 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringB. Tech. Geo-Informatics 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringB. Tech. Aerospace 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringB. Tech. Aerospace 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000Engineering with spl. In AviationB. Tech. Automotive Design 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringB. Tech. Electronics 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringB. Tech. Computer Science 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringB. Tech. Mechatronics 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringB. Tech. Power System 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringB. Tech. Infrastructure 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000Engineering 12
  13. 13. B. Tech. Material Science 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringB. Tech. Fire Safety 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 60,600 40,400 101,000 63,600 42,400 106,000EngineeringM. Tech. Pipeline Engineering 47,250 15,750 63,000 49,500 16,500 66,000M. Tech. Process Design 47,250 15,750 63,000 49,500 16,500 66,000EngineeringM. Tech. Health, Safety & 47,250 15,750 63,000 49,500 16,500 66,000Environmental Engineering Not applicable Not applicableM. Tech. Petroleum Exploration 47,250 15,750 63,000 49,500 16,500 66,000M. Tech. Energy Systems 47,250 15,750 63,000 49,500 16,500 66,000M. Tech. Robotics Engineering 47,250 15,750 63,000 49,500 16,500 66,000M. Tech. Computational Fluid 47,250 15,750 63,000 49,500 16,500 66,000Dynamics COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS STUDIES (COMES) Semester Wise Fee (in Rs) I/II Semester III/IV Semester V/VI Semester Program Academic Academic Academic Tuition Total Tuition Total Tuition Total Service Service Service Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee BBA Oil & Gas 51,188 17,062 68,250 53,625 17,875 71,500 56,250 18,750 75,000 Marketing BBA Aviation 51,188 17,062 68,250 53,625 17,875 71,500 56,250 18,750 75,000 Operations* BBA Logistics 51,188 17,062 68,250 53,625 17,875 71,500 56,250 18,750 75,000 Management BBA Auto 51,188 17,062 68,250 53,625 17,875 71,500 56,250 18,750 75,000 Retailing *In addition, IATA (International Air Transport Association) course fee (approx Rs. 30000/- or as applicable) is payable during October 2011). 13
  14. 14. I Semester II Semester III Semester IV Semester Program Academic Academic Academic Academic Tuition Total Tuition Total Tuition Total Tuition Total Service Service Service Service Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee FeeMBA Oil & Gas 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500ManagementMBA Energy Trading 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500MBA Power 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500ManagementMBA Posrt &Shipping 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500ManagementMBA Logistics &Supply Chain 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500ManagementMBA International 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500BusinessMBA Aviation 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500ManagementMBA InformationSystems 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500ManagementMBA Infrastructure 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500Management 14
  15. 15. COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES (COLS) Semester Wise Fee (in Rs) I/II Semester III/IV Semester V/VI Semester VII/VIII Semester IX/X Semester XI/XII Semester Acade Academ Academ Academ Program Academic Tuitio mic Total Tuition Academic Total Tuitio Total Tuitio ic Total Tuition ic Total Tuitio ic Total Service n Fee Service Fee Fee Service Fee Fee n Fee Fee n Fee Service Fee Fee Service Fee n Fee Service Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee FeeIntegrated BA 40,950 27,300 68,250 42,900 28,600 71,500 45,000 30,000 75,000 47,250 31,500 78,750 49,500 33,000 82,500LLB Not applicableIntegrated 40,950 27,300 68,250 42,900 28,600 71,500 45,000 30,000 75,000 47,250 31,500 78,750 49,500 33,000 82,500BBA LLBB. Tech.EnergyTechnology+LLB with 50,400 33,600 84,000 52,800 35,200 88,000 55,350 36,900 92,250 58,050 38,700 96,750 60,900 40,600 101,500 63,900 42,600 106,500emphasis onIntellectualPropertyRights (IPR)B. Tech.ComputerScience+LLB 50,400 33,600 84,000 52,800 35,200 88,000 55,350 36,900 92,250 58,050 38,700 96,750 60,900 40,600 101,500 63,900 42,600 106,500with emphasison CyberLaws The fee does not include hostel fee/ industry tour fee etc. Concession on academic fee would be provided to student with domicile of Uttarakhand State and who have necessarily passed their 10+2 examination from the State of Uttarakhand, and whose family income is less than Rs 2 lacs per annum. In case any taxes/ levies on fee are charged by the University, are levied by the Central/State/Local Authorities, the same shall be borne by the students. 15
  16. 16. 9.2 OTHER FEEINDUSTRIAL TOUR CHARGE: In order to give real life exposure of the industry, short duration andlong duration industrial tour would be organized for all students of fulltime programs. Participation in theindustrial tour is mandatory for which a charge of Rs. 15,000/- (one time) is payable at the time ofregistration.ALUMNI FEE: This Fee is applicable to students of all the programs of the University. An Alumni Feeof Rs.1,500/- is to be paid along with 3rd Semester fee of MBA, M. Tech /7th Semester Fee of B. Tech5th Semester Fee of BBA and 9th Sem. Fee of BA LLB & BBA LLB/11th Semester of B. Tech LLB.PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (PDP) FEE: To improve communication & softskills, it is mandatory for all the students to attend the Personality Development Program organized byUPES. PDP fee for MBA / M. Tech is Rs.10,000/- payable along with 2nd Semester Fee, and for UnderGraduate Programs (BBA/ BA LLB/BBA LLB/ B TECH/ B TECH + LLB) is Rs. 15,000/- payable alongwith 3rd semester fee.Students of BBA Aviation Operations will additionally have to pay applicable IATA course fee (approx.Rs.30,000/-) in addition to the semester fee during October 2011.REFUNDABLE SECURITY: Refundable (interest free) security amount of Rs.20,000/- is also payableat the time of registration. In case any taxes/ levies on fee are charged by the Ventral / State / LocalAuthorities/ Overseas Authorities from time to time, the same shall also be borne by the students.ONE TIME ACADEMIC COMPUTING FEE: Rs. 30,000/- will be charged at the time of registrationtowards computing device and allied computing services.10. FEE PAYMENT SCHEDULE 1st Semester 2nd Semester 3rd Semester 4th Semester 5th Semester 6th Semester At the time of Between 1st to Between 1st to Between 1st to Between 1st to Between 1st to admission 10th Jan 2012 10th July 2012 10th Jan. 2013 10th July, 2013 10th Jan 2014 7th Semester 8th Semester 9th Semester 10th Semester 11th Semester 12th Semester Between 1st to Between 1st to Between 1st to Between 1st to Between 1st to Between 1st to 10th July 2014 10th Jan 2015 10th July. 2015 10th Jan. 2016 10th July 2016 10th Jan. 201711. TRANSPORTATIONLimited bus facility available for Day Boarders in Dehradun. Student’s availing bus facility will have todeposit an amount of Rs. 15,000 for one Academic Year12. HOSTELA self contained and well equipped Hostel with a capacity of 555 students for boys is available atDehradun Campus and 225 seats in two contracted girls hostels. Besides normal facilities these hostelshave hygienically clean & well run student’s messes. The other facilities include running hot water in thebathrooms, Wi-Fi connection, common room with TV, indoor sports facility and a small shoppingcomplex. 16
  17. 17. The campus Hostel has a well equipped Infirmary with a Doctor during day and a male nurse available all24 hours. The University has also set up a Multi Purpose Gymnasium at its Hostel.The students availing Hostel facility will be required to deposit a sum of Rs. 70,000/- towards hostel feefor one Academic Year 2011-12. In addition students will also pay an amount of Rs 10,000/- towardrefundable security. The Hostel fee includes Boarding, Lodging and Transportation to the campus &back. Campus hostel provides transport facility to hostel boys from campus to Dehradun City and backonce a week. Option exercised for the Hostel seat shall not be allowed to be withdrawn and fee paidtherefore shall not be refunded in any case. Students availing Hostel Facility will have to abide by thehostel rules and regulation. Hostel facility is available on first cum first serve basis.13. WITHDRAWAL OF ADMISSION • UPES will follow the guidelines of UGC regarding withdrawal of admission as prescribed from time to time14. UPES SCHOLARSHIP & REIMBURSEMENT OF FEEThe University offers scholarships in specific programmes for students pursuing full time programmes.The scholarships will be available for meritorious Students as indicated below. Order of Merit Extent of Scholarships 1st 20% of the fees 2nd 12.5% of the fees• In case of M. Tech Program scholarship will be Rs. 10,000 per academic yearThe scholarships will be disbursed at the end of the each Academic Year as per terms and conditionslisted below: • Scholarship will be based on CGPA of each academic year. • The student secures first or second rank during the academic year and has obtained a minimum CGPA grade point of 3.67 out of 4.00. in the case of General Category Students and 3.52 out of 4.00 in the case of Uttaranchal Domicile Students. • Number of scholarships will depend upon number of students enrolled for a particular programme. • Has not re-appeared in any paper during the year • Has fulfilled the prescribed attendance norms. • Has not been involved in any indiscipline or misconduct.The decision of the Management in this respect will be final and binding on the students. 17
  18. 18. 15. SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR MERITORIOUS STUDENTS IN B TECH PROGRAM. UPES will offer scholarship to meritorious students admitted in B-Tech Programmes based on the following criteria: i) Number of scholarships per program will be decided by the Management. ii) Academic performance in CBSE/ICSE and eligibility criteria of UPES – 85% in Class XII & 90% in PCM. iii) 100% waiver of tuition fee to qualified students on first cum first serve basis. iv) Initially, the scholarship will be offered for 1st year. However, scholarship in subsequent academic years will be renewed subject to securing min CGPA of 3.67 at the end of preceding academic year.16. CHANGE OF STREAM Students pursing B. Tech Programme will be allowed to change their stream at the end of the first academic year only subject to the following terms and conditions:- • Minimum CGPA at the end of the first academic year – 3.67 • Should be among the first two rank holders. • Should not have indulged in any act of indiscipline • Subject to Vacancy. The decision of the Management in this respect will be final and binding on the students.17. ACADEMIC AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT The academic environment at the UPES is fairly, demanding and quite different from what exists in most of the other Universities. The University is committed to the quality education for students, and their total development in the related fields of Engineering, Applied Sciences and Management which support and advance Petroleum, Power and Transportation Industry in the country. The operations at the UPES are organized in accordance with the highest expectations of a world class University that upholds the standards for academic quality, professional ethics and best practices. The University aims to develop and offer new degree programmes in response to the demand & needs of the Oil & Gas, Power, Energy and Transportation Industry. The academic and learning environment at UPES aims to inculcate a number of qualities and skills in students. These are as follows: 1. APPLIED AND THEORETICAL COMPETENCE Development of capability to apply scientific and engineering principles in solving a wide variety of technical problems: The curriculum is structured in a manner that basic implementation skills and design skills are interwoven together. 2. PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 18
  19. 19. Appreciation of verbal, written and graphical communication in engineering and management fields and developing skills to communicate with different persons at various levels employing IT skills wherever required. 3. SELF LEARNING Development of curriculum which encourages self-learning and makes a bold attempt to move away from teacher-centered learning to student-specific learning: The students are encouraged to learn to develop flexibility in managing a career path that changes over time and supported by life-long learning, critical thinking, team work and leadership. 4. GLOBAL PRACTICES Inculcating awareness for customary practices in different countries and the influence of diverse cultures: UPES provides its students sufficient exposure to various cultures for their success in international arena. 5. INTEGRITY & MATURITY Observance of professional integrity and maturity are the core competencies of UPES. Students are trained to always make ethical decisions. 6. QUALITY CONSCIOUSNESS Striving towards importance of continuous improvement imbibing the zero-defect concept and doing quality work. 7. GROUP DYNAMICS UPES stresses inter-disciplinary teamwork to crack the complex technological problems. Students learn group dynamics and the art of working in teams. That distinguishes them as a class among the masses.18. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 1. The Academic Council of the University, which is a blend of senior academia and industrial personnel, is the overall custodian of the academic rigour that is followed by the students and faculty. The Academic Council has constituted Board of Studies (BOS) (one for each Constituent College) to review the curricula which was developed by benchmarking it against similar programmes offered nationally and internationally The BOS meet and review the curricula of its academic content and industry relevance so as to fulfill the international standards, academic standards and the latest industry requirements. The recommendations of the BOS are then sent to Academic Council for approval. 2. Basic theory and fundamentals of every subject are imparted through experienced professors who have a wide exposure and have excelled in their respective teaching and research areas. The practical aspects are covered by inviting experienced / working professionals from the industry in specific areas to sharpen student’s grasp of the subject. 3. The industrial aspects are further strengthened by way of learning through actual field visits specific to programmes of study under the guidance of faculty members. In Addition, students are encouraged in preparation of assignments and presentation on critical aspects / areas of the course. This approach helps the students in developing better understanding and grasp of critical areas of the 19
  20. 20. course and in-depth information on international operational and design standards. The students are also encouraged to understand practical aspects of theory through tutorials and assignments solving practical problems faced in the industry. 4. With a view to upgrade the students on the latest developments, in specific areas highly placed professional speakers are invited from the industry to discuss developments taking place in their respective areas followed by visits to national research laboratories / institutions of national importance. This exposes the students to working scientists and provides them an opportunity to develop familiarity with the problems / areas which are being investigated for future technological needs. 5. Another major step followed at UPES to make the learning process more practical for students is their summer internships for two months with the industry to work on well defined projects under the direct guidance of hard-core professionals. The projects for this purpose are chosen in advance as per the requirement of the industry / organizations and the students are asked to apply the knowledge gained while on campus to find solution or develop applications which help the industry to improve operations / efficiency.19. INSTRUCTION METHODOLOGY Based on the outlines provided in the syllabi, the faculty develops teaching plan for each course in the beginning of each semester. The broad outlines of the course plan shall include: • Title • Course Code • Objectives • Learning Outcomes • Course Outline: Detailing session plan coverage for various topics including the case studies likely to be taken up during each of these sessions. • Evaluation scheme including weightages assigned to each component of evaluation system. • Text and Reference Books The faculty uses a blend of the following methodologies during the course of instruction to meet the teaching and learning objectives. *Lectures *Paper Presentation *Industrial Tours *Group Discussions *Seminars *Field Visits *Case Analysis *Quizzes *Video Lectures *Simulation Games *Surprise tests *Experts’ Lectures *Role Plays *Projects *Internships 20
  21. 21. 20. COURSE CURRICULUM20.1 COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS STUDIES20.1.1 BBA (OIL & GAS MARKETING)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IIBusiness Organization Organizational BehaviorBusiness Economics I Business Economics IIBusiness Mathematics Business StatisticsBusiness Accounting Financial ManagementBusiness Computing Business Communication IIBusiness Communication I Marketing Management Understanding Oil & Gas BusinessSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVHuman Resource Management International BusinessOperations and Materials Management Advertising & Sales PromotionLogistics and Supply Chain Management Research Methodology & Report WritingConsumer Behavior & Market Research Understanding New Energy ResourcesOil / Gas Storage & Transportation Internet & Petroleum E – CommercePetroleum Retail Development Petroleum Business Regulation & Law Industry VisitSEMESTER V SEMESTER VICustomer Relationship Management Project ManagementBusiness Policy & Strategy Entrepreneurship & Venture ManagementNegotiating Skills Lubricant MarketingHSE in Petroleum Industry Gas Fundamentals & MarketingSummer Internship Energy Retail EconomicsDissertation I Dissertation II20.1.2 BBA (AVIATION OPERATION)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IIBusiness Organization Organizational BehaviorIntroduction to Aviation Industry Business Economics IBusiness Mathematics Business StatisticsBusiness Accounting IATA Travel & TourismBusiness Communication IBusiness Computing 21
  22. 22. SEMESTER III SEMESTER IVMarketing Management Business Communication IIResearch Methodology and Report Writing Business LawAirport Functions of Airlines Marketing Communication Consumer Behavior & Market ResearchFinancial ManagementBusiness Economics II Cargo Handling Travelling Agency & Tour OperationsSEMESTER V SEMESTER VIEssential of Strategic Management Airport Customer ServicesCustomer Relationship Management Aviation MarketingInternational Business Human Resource ManagementUnderstanding of Aviation Business Dissertation IITourism Enterprise PlanningDissertation ISummer InternshipIndustrial Tour Report20.1.3 BBA (AUTO RETAILING)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IIBusiness Organization Organizational BehaviorBusiness Economics I Business Economics IIBusiness Mathematics Business StatisticsBusiness Accounting Financial ManagementBusiness Computing Business Communication IIBusiness Communication I Marketing ManagementSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVHuman Resource Management Marketing of ServicesOperations and Materials Management Automotive Materials / Material MgmtLogistics and Supply Chain Management Research Methodology & Report WritingConsumer Behavior & Market Research CRM & e- CRMIntroduction to Automotive Industry Integrated Marketing Communication Industry VisitSEMESTER V SEMESTER VIAutomotive Internet Marketing B2B Auto RetailingBusiness Policy & Strategy Entrepreneurship & Venture ManagementBrand Management Total Quality ManagementAutomotive Marketing Distribution/ Sales & DistributionMgmt Dissertation IISummer InternshipDissertation I 22
  23. 23. 20.1.4 BBA (LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IIBusiness Organization Organizational BehaviorBusiness Economics I Business Economics IIBusiness Mathematics Business StatisticsBusiness Accounting Financial ManagementBusiness Computing Business Communication IIBusiness Communication I Marketing ManagementSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVHuman Resource Management Supplier Relationship MgmtOperations & Materials Mgmt Introduction to ERPLogistics & Supply Chain Mgmt Research Methodology & Report WritingConsumer Behavior & Market Research Logistics Information SystemProject & Contract Management Introduction to Multimodal TransportationUnderstanding Logistics Decision Modeling using Spreadsheet Industry VisitSEMESTER V SEMESTER VICustomer Relationship Mgmt Retail LogisticsLogistics Planning & Strategy Total Quality ManagementBusiness Policy & Strategy Dissertation IILogistics in Manufacturing SectorSummer InternshipDissertation I20.1.5 MBA (AVIATION MANAGEMENT)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSES CORE COURSESEconomics & Management Decisions EconometricsQuantitative Techniques Marketing Management Research Methodology and App. StatisticsBusiness Comm. & Negotiation SkillsOrganizational Behavior Human Resource MgmtDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSESFundamentals of Airlines Operations Aviation Safety & Security MgmtAirport Planning & Mgmt Airport Economics Cargo & Refueling in Aviation Industrial VisitsDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSESIT Applications in Aviation Sector Aviation Financial MgmtAviation Industry Accounting 23
  24. 24. SEMESTER III SEMESTER IVCORE COURSES CORE COURSESBusiness Policy and Strategy Customer Relationship MgmtSeminar on Assigned Topics Competitive IntelligenceOperations & Materials ManagementDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSESAirline Economics Aviation Regulatory MgmtAviation Forecasting Techniques Dissertation IIAviation Law and InsuranceSummer InternshipDissertation- IDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSESSupply Chain Mgmt. & Logistics for Aviation Industry Aviation Strategic MgmtAviation Marketing Mgmt20.1.6 MBA (ENERGY TRADING)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSES CORE COURSESManagerial Economics EconometricsMarketing Management Human Resource ManagementBusiness Comm. & Negotiation Skills Strategic ManagementQuantitative Techniques Research Methodology & Applied StatisticsFinancial & Management Accounting International Trade and Economics Understanding Energy Value Chain-II (Refining & Power)Organizational BehaviorOverview of Maritime Logistics Energy Economics (Petro & Power)Understanding Energy Value Chain – 1 (Oil & Gas) Energy Trading Lab I (Power & Emissions)IT Applications in Energy Sector Industrial Visit Report Energy Industry Accounting (Oil & Power)SEMESTER IIICORE COURSES CORE COURSES Comparative International ManagementTrade Procedures and DocumentationInternational Finance ManagementDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSE DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSE Energy Trading II (Power & Emissions)Energy Trading Lab-II Oil Equity Acquisition & Asset AllocationEnergy Trading-1 (Oil & Gas MarketsEnergy Law & Policy-1 Energy Law & Policy IIEnergy Contracting & Negotiations Dissertation IISummer InternshipDissertation IDOMAIN TAILORED COURSEEnergy Derivatives & Risk ManagementHSE Challenges in Energy Sector 24
  25. 25. 20.1.7 MBA (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSES CORE COURSESEconomics & Management Decisions Indian Economy & Trade Policies Research Methodology and App StatisticsQuantitative Technique International Business ManagementBusiness Comm. & Negotiation SkillsOrganizational Behavior Human Resource ManagementMarketing Management Global Economic Environment International Logistics & Supply Chain ManagementIT for ManagersFinancial Accounting Financial Management Industrial VisitsSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVE- Business & E Commerce Cross Cultural ManagementInternational Finance Management International Business NegotiationsInternational Business Strategy Mergers, Acquisition, Corporate RegulationCommodity Trading & Price Risk Management International MarketingInternational Trade operations & Documentation Dissertation IIWTO & its impact on International BusinessSummer InternshipDissertation I TOTAL20.1.8 MBA (INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSES CORE COURSESEconomics & Management Decisions Operations & Materials ManagementQuantitative Techniques Marketing ManagementBusiness Comm. & Negotiation Skills Research Methodology and App. Statistics Human Resource ManagementOrganizational BehaviorDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSE DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSE Strategic Issues in Infrastructure CreationInfrastructure DevelopmentInfrastructure Sector Economy & Planning Infrastructure Management Infrastructure Law & Policy Industrial VisitDOMAIN TAILORED COURSE DOMAIN TAILORED COURSEIT Applications in Infrastructure FDI in Infrastructure SectorAccounting in Infrastructure SectorSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVCORE COURSES CORE COURSESProject Mgmt. & Contract AdministrationBusiness Policy & StrategyEconometrics 25
  26. 26. DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSE DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSENon Conventional Methods of Infrastructure Creations BOOT/ BOLT AgreementUrban Infrastructure Mgmt & Regulation Infrastructure for Rural & Social Sector & E GovernanceUrban Transport Infrastructure Mgmt Resourcing for InfrastructureSummer Internship Dissertation IIDissertation IDOMAIN TAILORED COURSESFinancing Infrastructure Projects20.1.9 MBA (INFORMATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSES CORE COURSESOrganization Behaviour Marketing ManagementQuantitative Technique Human Resource ManagementBusiness Communication & Negotiation Skills Research Methodology & Applied StatisticsEconomics & Management Decisions Risk Assessment & Management Fundamentals of Power SectorDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSESData Communication & Electronic Commerce E - Enterprise ManagementEnergy Informatics Data Warehousing & Data Mining Industrial VisitsDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSESAccounting in IT Sector Financial Management in IT SectorSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVCORE COURSES CORE COURSESBusiness Policy & Strategic ManagementManaging Service OrganizationDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSESE Business Information Business Intelligence & Knowledge Management ToolsData Base & Knowledge SystemRecent Trends in IT SectorQuality Metrics in IT Strategic Information SystemSoftware Project Management Legal Issues in Information TechnologySummer Internship Dissertation IIDissertation I 26
  27. 27. 20.1.10 MBA (LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSES CORE COURSESEconomics & Management Decisions Operations & Materials Management Research Methodology and App. StatisticsQuantitative TechniquesOrganizational Behavior Human Resource Management Business Comm. & Negotiation SkillsMarketing Management EconometricsDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSESIntroduction to Logistics & Supply Chain Management Logistics Planning & Strategy Lean Supply Chain Management Industrial VisitsDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSESIT Application in Supply ChainAccounting in Logistics & Supply Chain Sector Financial Management in Supply Chain IndustrySEMESTER III SEMESTER IVCORE COURSES CORE COURSESBusiness Policy and StrategyProject Mgmt. & Contract AdministrationBusiness Process Re- EngineeringDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSE DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSEGlobal Supply Chain & Logistics Mgmt Supply Chain SimulationMulti Model Transportation Dissertation IISupplier Relationship ManagementSummer InternshipDissertation- IDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSES Customer Relationship ManagementSupply Chain Modeling & Design Competitive Intelligence20.1.11 MBA (OIL & GAS MANAGEMENT)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSES CORE COURSESEconomics & Management Decisions Operations & Materials ManagementQuantitative Techniques Marketing ManagementBusiness Comm. & Negotiation Skills Research Methodology and App. StatisticsOrganizational Behavior Human Resource MgmtDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSESFundamentals of Oil & Gas Business Understanding of Natural Gas BusinessFundamentals of Petroleum Exploration Petro Economics 27
  28. 28. Fundamentals of Refining Industrial VisitDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSESIT Applications in Petroleum Sector Petroleum Financial ManagementPetroleum Industry AccountingSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVCORE COURSES CORE COURSESProject Mgmt. & Contract Administration E- Enterprise ManagementInternational Business ManagementBusiness Policy & StrategyEconometricsDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSESPOL: Retailing Oil & Gas Law & PolicyUnderstanding Petro Chemical Business Dissertation IISummer InternshipDissertation IDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSESSupply Chain & Logistics for Petroleum Industry Health, Safety & Environment for PetroleumFinancing Petroleum Sector Projects20.1.12 MBA (PORT & SHIPPING MANAGEMENT)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSESEconomics & Management Decisions Operations & Materials ManagementQuantitative Techniques Marketing ManagementBusiness Comm. & Negotiation Skills Research Methodology and App. StatisticsOrganizational Behavior Human Resource MgmtDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSESFundamentals of Port Operations Port EconomicsInternational Maritime Transport Shipping Economics Industrial VisitDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSESIT Applications in Port & Shipping Port & Shipping Financial MgmtPort & Shipping Industry AccountingSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVCORE COURSESBusiness Policy & Strategy Customer Relationship MgmtEconometrics 28
  29. 29. DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES Marine Insurance, Shipping Law, ContractsPort PlanningShip Operations Brokering & Chartering Dissertation IIContainer Management & Shipping GoodsSummer InternshipDissertation IDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSESSupply Chain. & Logistics for Port & Ship. Shipping Environmental MgmtMaritime Enterprise Mgmt Marketing of Shipping Services20.1.13 MBA (POWER MANAGEMENT)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSES CORE COURSESEconomics & Management Decisions Operations & Materials ManagementQuantitative Techniques Marketing ManagementBusiness Comm. & Negotiation Skills Research Methodology and App. StatisticsOrganizational Behavior Human Resource MgmtDOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSES DOMAIN SPECIFIC COURSESPower Generation Power Sector PlanningPower Transmission Power Distribution Power Station Management Industrial VisitsDOMAIN TAILORED COURSES DOMAIN TAILORED COURSESIT Applications in Power Sector Power Financial ManagementPower Industry AccountingSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVProject Mgmt. & Contract AdministrationBusiness Policy & StrategyEconometricsRegulatory Framework of Power Sector Energy Law & PolicyEnergy Power Trading Non Conventional Methods of Power Gen.Power Pricing & Purchase Agreements Dissertation IISummer InternshipDissertation ISupply Chain & Logistics for Power Industry HSE for Power IndustryFinancing Energy Sector Projects 29
  30. 30. 20.2 COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING STUDIES20.2.1 B.TECH (INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IIPhysics I Physics IIMathematics I Mathematics IIChemistry Engineering GraphicsMaterial Science Communication Workshop IICommunication Workshop I Workshop TechnologyEnvironmental Studies Basic Electrical EngineeringComputer Science Basic Electronics EngineeringBasic Infrastructure Engineering Engineering MechanicsPRACTICAL PRACTICALPhysics Lab I Physics Lab IIChemistry Lab Engineering Graphics PracticalComputer Lab Engineering Workshop Electrical & Electronics LabSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVCommunication Workshop III Mathematics IIIMechanics of Solids Structural Analysis IFluid Mechanics I Building Design & DrawingSurveying I Surveying IIBuilding Construction Concrete TechnologyBasic Mechanical Engineering Engineering Geology Communication Workshop IVPRACTICALS PRACTICALMaterial Testing Lab Computer Aided Drawing LabFluid Mechanics Lab I Surveying Practical IISurveying Practical I Concrete Testing LabComputer Aided Engg. Graphics Geology LabSEMESTER V SEMESTER VIApplied Numerical Methods Structural Analysis IIWater Resource Engineering Design of Steel StructuresDesign of Concrete Structures Project Cost AnalysisFluid Mechanics II Environmental Engineering ISoil Mechanics Transportation Engineering IITransportation Engineering I Foundation EngineeringPRACTICAL PRACTICALConcrete Design Practical Steel Design PracticalFluid Mechanics Lab II Project Cost Analysis Practical 30
  31. 31. Soil Mechanics Lab Environmental Engineering LabIndustrial Visit Transportation Engineering LabMinor Project I Comprehensive Viva I Minor Project IISEMESTER VII SEMESTER VIIIInfrastructure Construction Planning & Management Infrastructure Safety & MaintenanceAdvanced Design of Structures Building Law & EthicsHydraulic StructuresEnvironmental Engineering IIElective I (any one subject) Elective II (any one subject)Design & Construction of Offshore Structures Infrastructure ModelingOptimization Methods and its Application inInfrastructure Engg. Pre-stressed ConcreteFinite Element Method Structural DynamicsGround Improvement Techniques Advanced Transportation Engg.PRACTICAL PRACTICALAdvanced Design Practical Seminar IISeminar I Comprehensive Viva IIIndustrial Training Major Project IIMajor Project I20.2.2 B.TECH (AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN ENGINEERING)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IIPhysics I Physics IIChemistry Mathematics IIMathematics I Material ScienceEngineering Mechanics Engineering Graphics – IComputer Science Communication Workshop IICommunication Workshop I Workshop TechnologyEnvironmental Studies Introduction to Transportation SystemsPRACTICAL PRACTICALPhysics Lab I Engineering Graphics Lab IChemistry Lab Physics Lab IIComputer Lab Engineering Workshop LabSEMESTER III SEMESTER IV Components of Automotive ChassisMathematics III Automotive Electrical & Electronic SystemsThermal EngineeringStrength of Materials I. C. Engine - IBasic Electrical Engineering Elements of Machine Design 31
  32. 32. Basic Electronics Engineering Kinematics & Dynamics of Machines Programming Language & DBMSApplied Fluid MechanicsCommunication Workshop III Manufacturing Technology Communication Workshop IVPRACTICAL PRACTICAL Automotive Chassis Component LabEngineering Graphics – IIFluid Mechanics Lab Manufacturing & Metrology Lab Automotive Electrical & Electronic LabMaterial Testing Lab Programming Language & DBMS LabElectrical & Electronics LabSEMESTER V SEMESTER VI Automotive Transmission SystemsAdvanced Transportation StudiesAutomotive Chassis Components Design Vehicle Body EngineeringI. C. Engine - II RoboticsVehicle Dynamics MechatronicsApplied Numerical Techniques Heat Transfer ProcessesMicro Processor Based Control SystemPRACTICAL PRACTICALCAD Appl. in Automotive Engine Design CAD Appl. for Chassis Components DesignEngine Testing & Emission Measurement Lab Robotics & CAM LabEngine Troubleshooting & Servicing Lab Heat Transfer Lab & Thermal Lab (Shifted from IV Sem.)Minor Project I Minor Project IIIndustrial Visit Comprehensive Viva ISEMESTER VII SEMESTER VIIITwo & Three Wheelers Technology Industrial ManagementAdvanced Manufacturing Technology Economics and Life Cycle ConceptsAutomotive Engine Component Design Elective (any one subject) Computational Fluid Dynamics Vehicle Infotronics Alternate Fuel for AutomobilesPRACTICAL PRACTICALDesign & Analysis Softwares Lab. Major Project IIMajor Project ISeminarIndustrial TrainingComprehensive Viva II 20.2.3 B.TECH (APPLIED PETROLEUM ENGINEERING) – GAS SPECIALIZATIONSEMESTER I SEMESTER II 32
  33. 33. Physics I Physics IIChemistry I Chemistry IIMathematics I Mathematics IIComputer Science Applied GeologyCommunication Workshop I Engineering GraphicsWorkshop Technology Communication Workshop II Environmental StudiesPRACTICAL PRACTICALPhysics Lab I Engineering Graphics Lab IChemistry Lab I Physics Lab IIComputer Lab Chemistry Lab IIEngineering WorkshopSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVMathematics III Fluid MechanicsBasic Electrical Engineering Mass Transfer Operations IBasic Electronics Engineering Chemical ThermodynamicsIntroduction to Petroleum Operations Drilling Engineering & Well CompletionThermodynamics & Heat Engines Programming Language & DBMS Engineering Mechanics & Mechanics of SolidsMaterial & Energy Flow ComputationCommunication Workshop III Communication Workshop IVPRACTICAL PRACTICALEngineering Graphics Lab II Fluid Mechanics LabPetroleum Production Testing Lab Material Testing LabElectrical & Electronics Lab Mass Transfer Lab Programming Language & DBMS LabSEMESTER V SEMESTER VIInstrumentation & control Applied Numerical Method Basics of Petroleum Refining & Petrochemical TechnologyNatural Gas EngineeringHeat Transfer Process Natural Gas Processing & UtilizationMass Transfer Operations II Industrial ManagementGasification & Gas to Liquid Technology Chemical Reaction EngineeringMaterial Science Air Fractionation & Purification of GasesPRACTICAL PRACTICALHeat Transfer Lab Minor Project IIInstrumentation and Control Lab Comprehensive Viva IMinor Project I Reaction Engineering LabIndustrial VisitSEMESTER VII SEMESTER VIIIPipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas Safety, Health & Environment Management Petroleum Engineering EconomicsGas Processing, Equipment Design 33
  34. 34. Petrochemical Process Technology & Polymers Elective II (Any one)City Gas Distribution & Pipeline Network Natural Gas Processes: Modeling & SimulationElective I (Any One) CNG based Green FuelsCoal Bed Methane TechnologyDeveloping LNG, Production & HandlingMajor Project ISeminarIndustrial TrainingComprehensive Viva II20.2.4 B.TECH (APPLIED PETROLEUM ENGINEERING) – UPSTREAMSPECILIZATIONSEMESTER I SEMESTER IIPhysics I Physics IIChemistry I Chemistry IIMathematics I Mathematics IIComputer Science Engineering GraphicsCommunication Workshop I Communication Workshop IIWorkshop Technology Material & Energy Flow CompetitionEnvironmental Studies Applied Geology IPRACTICAL PRACTICALPhysics Lab I Engineering Graphics Lab IChemistry Lab I Physics Lab IIComputer Lab Chemistry Lab IIEngineering WorkshopSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVMathematics III Fluid MechanicsMechanics of Solids Basics Electrical EngineeringIntroduction to Petroleum Operations Basics Electronics EngineeringThermodynamics & Heat Engines Drilling Engineering & Well CompletionCommunication Workshop III Applied Geology IIIProgramming Language & DBMS SurveyingApplied Geology II Communication Workshop IVPRACTICAL PRACTICALPetroleum Product Testing Lab Fluid Mechanics LabEngineering Graphics Lab II Surveying LabMaterial Testing Lab Electrical & Electronics LabProgramming Language & DBMS Lab Geology LabSEMESTER V SEMESTER VIProduction Engineering I Applied Numerical MethodsReservoir Engineering I Reservoir Engineering II 34
  35. 35. Heat Transfer Processes Well Log Analysis & Well TestingNatural Gas Engineering Industrial ManagementChemical Thermodynamics Material SciencePRACTICALHeat Transfer Lab Minor Project IIDrilling Fluid & Cementation Lab Comprehensive Viva IMinor Project IIndustrial VisitSEMESTER VII SEMESTER VIIIOffshore Drilling & Production Operations Petroleum Engineering Economics Safety, Health & Environment ManagementProduction Engineering IIPipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas Well StimulationElective I (Choose any one) Elective IIPetroleum Production System Design Enhanced Oil Recovery Developing LNG Production & HandlingReservoir Modeling & SimulationCoal Bed Methane TechnologyPRACTICALReservoir & Production Engineering Lab Major Project IIMajor Project ISeminarIndustrial TrainingComprehensive Viva II20.2.5 B.TECH (AEROSPACE ENGINEERING)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE CORE SUBJECTSPhysics I Physics IIMathematics I ChemistryComputer Science Mathematics IICommunication Workshop I Engineering Mechanics +Mechanics of SolidsEngineering Graphics Communication Workshop IIWorkshop Technology Environmental StudiesPRACTICAL PRACTICALPhysics Lab I Physics Lab IIComputer Lab I Engineering Graphics Lab IIEngineering Graphics Lab I Chemistry LabEngineering Workshop LabSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVMathematics III Digital Electronics & MicroprocessorsMaterial Science Aerodynamics I 35
  36. 36. Applied Fluid Mechanics Programming Language & DBMSThermodynamics & Heat Engines Propulsion IBasic Electrical Engineering Heat Transfer ProcessesBasics Electronics Engineering Communication Workshop IVIntroduction to Aerospace EnggCommunication Workshop IIIPRACTICAL PRACTICALApplied Fluid Mechanics Lab Heat Transfer LabElectrical & Electronics Lab Programming Language & DBMS LabMechanics of Solid Lab CAD (Advanced Aero Drawing)SEMESTER V SEMESTER VIFlight Mechanics I Introduction to Vibration AnalysisAircraft Material & Manufacturing Techniques Propulsion IIAircraft Structures I Flight Mechanics IIAerodynamics II Supersonic & Hypersonic AerodynamicsApplied Numerical Methods Aircraft Structures IIRadio & Satellite CommunicationsPRACTICAL PRACTICALAerodynamics Lab Aircraft Structures LabAero Modeling & Fabrication Lab Propulsion LabMinor Project I Comprehensive Viva IIndustrial Visit Minor Project IISEMESTER VII SEMESTER VIIIIndustrial Management Design of Aerospace VehiclesRocket Propulsion Spacecraft Dynamics &Attitude ControlAircraft Maintenance & Legislation Elective II (Choose any one)Flight Dynamics & Control Introduction to AeroelasticityElective 1(Choose any one) Space Science & Space Envt.Helicopter Engineering Elective III (Choose any one)Orbital Mechanics Computational Fluid Dynamics Finite Element Analysis Control TheoryPRACTICAL PRACTICALFlight Lab Major Project IIComprehensive Viva IIMajor Project ISeminarIndustrial Training 36
  37. 37. 20.2.6 B.TECH (AEROSPACE ENGINEERING) with Avionics SpecializationSEMESTER I SEMESTER IIPhysics I Physics IIMathematics I ChemistryComputer Science Mathematics IICommunication Workshop I Engineering Mechanics +Mechanics of SolidsEngineering Graphics Communication Workshop IIWorkshop Technology Environmental StudiesPRACTICAL PRACTICALPhysics Lab I Physics Lab IIComputer Lab I Engineering Graphics Lab IIEngineering Graphics Lab I Chemistry LabEngineering Workshop LabSEMESTER III SEMESTER IVMathematics III Digital Electronics & MicroprocessorsMaterial Science Aerodynamics IApplied Fluid Mechanics Programming Language & DBMSThermodynamics & Heat Engines Propulsion IBasic Electrical Engineering Heat Transfer ProcessesBasics Electronics Engineering Communication Workshop IVIntroduction to Aerospace EnggCommunication Workshop IIIPRACTICAL PRACTICALApplied Fluid Mechanics Lab Heat Transfer LabElectrical & Electronics Lab Programming Language & DBMS LabMechanics of Solid Lab CAD (Advanced Aero Drawing)SEMESTER V SEMESTER VIFlight Mechanics I Digital Signal ProcessingAircraft Material & Manufacturing Techniques Propulsion IIAircraft Structures I Flight Mechanics IIAerodynamics II Signals & SystemsApplied Numerical Methods Aircraft Structures IIRadio & Satellite CommunicationsPRACTICAL PRACTICALAerodynamics Lab Aircraft Structures LabAero Modeling & Fabrication Lab Propulsion LabMinor Project I Comprehensive Viva IIndustrial Visit Minor Project IISEMESTER VII SEMESTER VIII 37
  38. 38. Industrial Management Avionics System DesignAvionics I Spacecraft Dynamics &Attitude ControlAvionics Maintenance & Legislation Avionics IIRadar TechnologyPRACTICAL PRACTICALFlight Lab Major Project IIComprehensive Viva IIMajor Project ISeminarIndustrial Training20.2.7 B.TECH (CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) WITH SPECIALIZATION IN REFINING& PETROCHEMICALSSEMESTER I SEMESTER IIPhysics I Physics IIChemistry I Chemistry IIMathematics I Mathematics IIEnvironment Studies Material & Energy Flow ComputationComputer Science Engineering GraphicsCommunication Workshop I Communication Workshop IIWorkshop Technology Programming Language & DBMSPRACTICAL PRACTICALPhysics Lab I Programming Language & DBMS LabChemistry Lab I Engineering Graphics Lab IComputer Lab Physics Lab IIEngineering Workshop Chemistry Lab IISEMESTER III SEMESTER IVMathematics III Fluid MechanicsMechanics of Solids Chemical Reaction EngineeringIntroduction to Petroleum Operations Applied Numerical MethodsThermodynamics & Heat Engines Mass Transfer Operations ICommunication Workshop III Material ScienceBasic Electrical Engineering Communication Workshop IVBasic Electronics EngineeringPRACTICAL PRACTICALEngineering Graphics Lab II Fluid Mechanics LabMaterial Testing Lab Mass Transfer LabPetroleum Production Testing Lab Reaction Engineering LabElectrical & Electronics LabSEMESTER V SEMESTER VI 38
  39. 39. Particulate Technology Polymer Engineering Petroleum Refining & Petrochemical Tech.Heat Transfer ProcessesInstrumentation & Control Natural Gas ProcessingChemical Thermodynamics Industrial ManagementMass Transfer Operations IIPRACTICAL PRACTICALParticulate Technology Lab Instrumentation & Control LabHeat Transfer Lab Minor Project IIMinor Project I Comprehensive Viva IIndustrial VisitSEMESTER VII SEMESTER VIIIPetrochemical Processes Plant Design Economics Safety, Health & Environment Mgmt.Petroleum Refining Equipment Design Petroleum Refining Process DesignPipeline Transportation of Oil & GasThermodynamics of Liquid & Liquid Mixtures Refining Process, Modeling & Simulation System Analysis & OptimizationCatalyst Design & CatalysisFluidization & Mixing Major Project IIMajor Project ISeminarIndustrial TrainingComprehensive Viva II20.2.9 B.TECH (ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING)SEMESTER I SEMESTER IICORE COURSESPhysics I Physics IIEngineering Graphics ChemistryMathematics I Mathematics IIComputer Science Basics Electrical EngineeringCommunication Workshop I Communication Workshop IIWorkshop Technology Environmental StudiesPRACTICAL PRACTICALPhysics Lab I Electrical LabEngineering Graphics Lab I Engineering Graphic LabComputer Lab Physics Lab IIEngineering WorkshopSEMESTER III SEMESTER IV 39

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