MIT-WPU School of Petroleum Engineering
Petroleum engineering students cover a broad education spectrum from exploration of hydrocarbons to refining and transportation of oil and gas. This requires understanding of knowledge of pure and applied sciences along with different engineering disciplines. Petroleum engineers search for oil and gas reservoirs beneath the earth’s surface. They develop the safest and most efficient methods of bringing those resources to the surface. The petroleum engineer is involved from discovering the hydrocarbons through refining and distributing it. Using skills that are often associated with the earth sciences, petroleum engineers examine a variety of geologic and engineering data to determine the most likely sources of hydrocarbons. They often need to travel extensively as the places are far located.
To be recognized as a centre of educational excellence in the field of Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering with a strong foundation of social and professional ethics.
- To produce quality petroleum and petrochemical engineering graduates from students of diversified backgrounds by providing them broad based education, team building skills, and professional values in a nurturing as well as creative learning environment.
- To Initiate Post Graduate Course in Petrochemical Engineering.
- To focus Placement Drive on Service Providing Sector as well as to tap opportunities in Upstream Sector
- To improve productivity of supporting staff by encouraging skill up-gradation .
- To set up state of the art laboratories for industrial research through high value schemes funded by agencies such as OIDB.