MIT World Peace University (WPU) is accepting applications for its undergraduate program in petroleum engineering (artificial intelligence and machine learning).
The BTech program is aimed at engineering enthusiasts and will produce highly trained professionals specializing in multiple fields such as exploration and economics, production engineering, drilling engineering, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data analytics, etc.
The 4-year BTech curriculum incorporates inputs from mathematics, physical, and geosciences, along with several engineering fields. In the most recent recruiting campaign, Cairn India – Vedanta offered the biggest package of Rs 20 LPA to the top 10% of the current batch, followed by ExxonMobil with Rs 11.5 LPA.
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Dr. Rahul Joshi, Head, School of Petroleum Engineering at MIT WPU, said, “The necessity to obtain clean energy from the subsurface of the earth and to store crude oil, a significant ingredient for the production of medicines, agrochemicals and other petrochemicals (polymers and synthetic detergents), is inevitable.”
He further added that the field of energy and resources is expanding with technological innovation to adapt to modern demand, and MIT-WPU is constantly engaging with industry to equip its students with best-in-class skills and knowledge.
The program aims to develop industry-ready individuals with a thorough understanding of the interdisciplinary subject. Candidates must have completed XII grade with Physics, Mathematics, and English as compulsory subjects and a minimum of 50% in PCM group to become eligible for this BTech course.
Interested candidates can apply for this program from the official website of MIT WPU. The last date to submit applications is 25th May 2022.