Under Graduate Programmes
B.Tech Petroleum Engineering+
||10+2 (PCM) with 60% Marks
|Admission Procedure||Merit prepared on basis of (10+2)% / JEE Main Score|
|Fee Structure||Click here|
The process of making oil and gas available in huge quantities needed to sustain our industrial economy and maintain our standard of living is quite challenging. Petroleum engineers are trained to face these challenges. Oil and gas must be discovered; its quantity and production potential must be assessed; optimal extraction methods must be established to maximize recovery, and it must be transported from the point of production to the refinery and then stored. All these processes need to be carried out in an environmentally benign manner. Petroleum engineers must be multi-faceted in order to cover all these aspects. The prospection, production, exploration, production, and development of petroleum field, storage, transport, refining, production of petroleum product require well-trained petroleum engineers.
Well trained petroleum engineer has a wide variety of choice of career opportunities. The industry uses a variety of types of equipment, and careers are also open in sales engineering. Some of the testing and service functions in the industry are performed by “service companies” which rely heavily on petroleum engineers. Increasingly important career opportunities for petroleum engineers are opening up in governmental and regulatory bodies. However, the most rewarding and challenging career opportunities are found in the Oil and Gas producing companies.