If you are planning to pursue your career in the demanding field of Energy, then the first step is to have a great qualification in that field under your belt. Although the energy segment needs engineers from all disciplines, qualified Petroleum engineers are in the highest demand.

By choosing this career path, one clear advantage is the remuneration earned by petroleum engineers. Petroleum engineers are one of the highest payed engineers in the world due to their specialized nature and demand within the industry.
The job of petroleum engineers is to assess the costs and feasibility of offshore as well as onshore projects and then to apply the most viable techniques for oil extraction. MIT-WPU School of Petroleum Engineering offers the best Petroleum engineering program to keep you ahead by providing you with the most specialized program focused on the current needs of the industry. Almost all top multinational and national corporations in oil and gas domain visit us for placements as well as industry collaborations. MIT-WPU School of Petroleum engineering brings with itself a legacy of almost 4 decades and is one of the very few schools offering Undergraduate and Post-Graduate programs in Petroleum Engineering.

Prof. (Dr.) S. J. Naik

Associate Professor and Head of School

Meet the Head of School

Dear students, parents and our colleagues from the industry, Very warm greetings to you all, and welcome to the World of Petroleum!

Growth in consumption of oil and natural gas indicates that it will remain very important global source of energy for the next few decades.


flyer for webinar on post pandemic iadc

Webinar – “Post Pandemic Challenge and Road Ahead for the Drilling Industry and the Future Petroleum Engineers”

IADC MIT Student Chapter had organized a webinar on “Post Pandemic Challenge and Road Ahead for the Drilling Industry and the Future Petroleum Engineers” on 10th May 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This was the first webinar since the establishment of the IADC student chapter at MIT Pune.

We had Mr. Mike DuBose (Vice President- International Development at IADC) as chief guest for the webinar. Along with him, we had Mr. Hisham Zebian (Vice President- Eastern Hemisphere at IADC) and Mr. Lars Nydahl JØrgensen (Regional Director at IADC), Mr. Arun Karle (Director, Askara Group), Joachim Van der Meulen (Director, VR) and dignitaries from ONGC including Mr. N.C. Pandey, Mr. Aniruddha Patnaik, Mr. Gurpreet Singh Sara, Mr. Milap Goud, Mr. Ratan Chakraborty, and alumni of MIT Pune along with teachers and students of our department.