When the de-regulation blueprint of the Indian oil industry was announced in 1997, the world took note of the enormous potential that India offered in terms of business. From a controlled field of business to one where petrol and its products have been branded and are being positioned to attract the maximum number of consumers, the petroleum industry has come a long way.
But then the larger question is about getting adequate number of qualified professionals to harness fossil fuels, an invaluable natural resource. From the old, small petrol pumps to the service stations with state-of-the-art technology, dealing in Petrol, Diesel, Compressed Natural Gas(CNG), and Liquefied Petroleum Gas(LPG) for Automobiles, and other domestic industrial applications, the industry is primed for unprecedented opportunities. Moreover, LPG and CNG are the promising energy fuels for the future and are finding their utility in an increasing number of fuel-based applications. In a nutshell, the entire Oil & Gas sector is poised for promising growth with an entirely unique approach.
For the Doctoral Programme, Ph.D students are required to register and successfully complete a minimum number of courses as per the Ph.D rules of the School.
The candidate should have a M.Tech. degree in Petroleum / Mechanical / Chemical or M.Sc/M.Sc Tech in Geology /Geophysics.
The Institute plans to establish full-fledged Research & Development activities to solve operational problems of the Industry.
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