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DETAILS

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Duration of Course 4 years (8 Semesters)

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Seats 100 only

  • Learn systematic design development and operations of process systems for the extraction, transformation and recovery of economically useful materials.
  • Become industry centric personnel with a specialization in petrochemicals, petroleum refining and other significant streams.

DETAILS

 

Semester I

 

          Subject

  • Physics I
  • Mathematics I
  • Design Thinking
  • English Communication
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Basic Electrical and Electronics
  • Computer Programming

         Practical

  • Physics Lab I
  • Electrical and Electronics Lab
  • Computer Programming Lab

Semester II

 

        Subject

  • Physics II
  • Mathematics II
  • Environmental Studies
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Workshop Technology
  • Chemistry

          Practical

  • Physics II Lab 
  • Engineering Workshop Lab
  • Chemistry Lab

Semester III

 

          Subject

  • Mathematics III
  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I
  • Momentum Transfer
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Chemical Process Calculation
  • Introduction to Bio Engineering

         Practical

  • Momentum Transfer Lab

 

Semester IV

 

           Subject

  • Particulate Technology
  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II
  • Heat Transfer
  • Chemical Technology
  • Open Elective I
  • Open Elective II

          Practical

  • Heat Transfer Lab

Semester V

 

          Subject

  • Numerical Methods in Chemical Engineering
  • mass Transfer I
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering I
  • Open Elective III
  • Minor Project I
  • Program Elective I

          Practical

  • Particulate Technology Lab

 

Semester VI

 

          Subject

  • Mass Transfer II
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering II
  • Process Dynamics, Instrumentation & Control
  • Program Elective II

        Practical

  • Petroleum Product Testing lab
  • Mass Transfer Lab
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab
  • Minor Project II
  • Industrial Visit

 

Semester VII

 

         Subject

  • Chemical Process Equipment Design & Drawing
  • Chemical Engineering Softwares
  • Chemical Project Economics
  • Program Elective III

        Practical

  • Process Dynamics, instrumentation & Control Lab
  • Comprehensive Viva
  • Summer Internship
  • Major Project I

 

  • Program Electives I - V
  • Petroleum Refining Technology
  • Polymer Science and Engineering
  • Material Science
  • Petrochemical Process Technology
  • Catalyst Design and Catalysis
  • Biochemical Engineering
  • Chemical Process and Plant Safety
  • Fluidization Engineering
  • Plant Utilities
  • Pollution Control in Process Industries
  • Petrochemical and Refining Design
  • Understanding of oil and Natural gas Business
  • Process Optimization
  • Gasification Technology
  • Intro to Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Alternate Energy Sources
  • Corrosion Engineering
  • Novel Separation Process
  • Natural Gas Engineering & Processing
  • Pipeline Transportation of Oil & Gas

Semester VIII

 

          Subject

  • Process Modelling & Simulation
  • Program Elective IV
  • Program Elective V

         Practical

  • Major Project II

 

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  • Refining Engineer
  • Petrochemical Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Process Design Engineer
  • Shift Engineer
  • Chemical Equipment Engineer
  • Consultant (pollution control, finance, audit, waste management, etc)

 

 

Semester

Tuition Fee (Rs.)

Academic Service Fee (Rs.)

Total (Rs.)

I

103,750

69,000

172,750

II

103,750

69,000

172,750

III

108,750

72,250

1,81,000

IV

108,750

72,250

1,81,000

V

1,14,000

75,750

1,89,750

VI

1,14,000

75,750

1,89,750

VII

119,500

79,500

1,99,000

VIII

119,500

79,500

1,99,000

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Examination Pathway admissions through UPESEAT (Up to 80% of Seats):

  • Minimum 60% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th)
  • Minimum 60% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics at Senior Secondary level (12th)

Non-Examination Pathway – admissions through JEE Mains Score (Up to 20% of Seats):

  • JEE Main Merit Pathway –
    Eligibility: Minimum 60% marks at higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) and minimum 60% aggregate in PCM at senior secondary level (12th class)
    Cut off : 60 percentile score JEE Main

    • Board Merit Pathway– We are opening this pathway for this session
    Eligibility: Minimum 80% marks at higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) and minimum 80% aggregate in PCM at senior secondary level (12th class)

UPES Engineering Aptitude Test (UPESEAT) followed by Centralized Counseling

Test Dates:

Name of Program

Date of Test

Test Window

Duration

B.Tech All Streams 

13th May– 19th May 2019 (CBT) 
 

Date & Time to choose from website from 18th April, 2019 onwards

3 Hours

Last date to apply for B. Tech exam Category is 10th May 2019.

Admit Card (to be downloaded from UPES website)

On the basis of information in the Application form, admit card of provisionally eligible candidates will be uploaded on the University website www.upes.ac.in on 1st May, 2019. Candidates are required to download the admit card accordingly. The duly completed downloaded admit card with photograph affixed (duly attested) in the space provided will have to be produced at the allotted test center. Candidates without the admit card or card without the photograph will NOT be permitted to take the test.

Admit card for B. Tech. CBT Test –

  1. Test date booking process will start from 18th April 2019 onwards on www.upes.ac.in
  2. Admit card will be issued to students immediately after successfully completion of test booking process.
  3. Student applying through offline mode through OMR form, also follow the process of test date booking and to get Admit Card from 1st May 2019 onwards on www.upes.ac.in

Note: 1. University reserves the right to increase or decrease test days/dates/number of test cities. Please refer www.upes.ac.in for updated information. 2. UPES will allot the test date and city as per the availability for the students who fail to choose the test date and city of their choice.