• Access to world class E-library
  • Cutting-edge online Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Emergency health services
  • Online feedback and grievance redressal system for Students

UPCOMING EVENTS

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UDAAN

27-Mar-2019

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Energy Cup

27-Apr-2019

HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES

The University provides the students a well equipped First-aid support in the Infirmary, It’s also equipped with Ambulance evacuation for the students. There are two male and two female doctors to provide medical support to the students.

Medical supports which are beyond the infirmary are facilitated through a high tech medical ambulance which is present with emergency management facilities.

Medical Insurance service is provided to the students by Universal Sompo General Insurance Co. Ltd. Stationed in Rajpur Road, Dehradun.

How to avail Medical Insurance:

“Medical Insurance Service is facilitated by Ms. Rashmi Lall, Sr. Manager - Students Welfare, 09818758010”

 

Crisis intervention and short term counseling services for students encountering psychological problems that could interfere with their academic progress, such as personal, emotional, relationships, sexuality, substance abuse, etc. are addressed by our Psycho educational programs conducted by our experienced clinical psychologists.Extended help is also offered to students and employees' families.

INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIPS

Baker Hughes

Mr. Aryab Majumdar

GSE 3rd Year

Selected in Baker Hughes, for 3 Month Summer Internship, offered stipend of 6 Lakhs, location at Texas USA.

Indian Academy of Sciences

Mr. Adityam Rai

GSE 3rd Year

Selected by Indian Academy of Sciences for his summer internship with the stipend of 15,000/Month for three month.

ASU

Ms. Akshaya Venkatakrishnan

(MSENT 4th Year)

Granted admission in Materials Science and Engineering (MS) program beginning the Fall 2017, at Arizona State University, Tempe, USA. U.S. News & World Report ranks ASU at No. 1 among the most innovative schools in America for the second year in a row.

STUDENT AFFAIRS

The cultural and extra-curricular activities at the university are managed by the DSA. It organizes various sporting events at regular intervals. The University has adequate sports infrastructure and multipurpose play field for sports like football, hockey, cricket, handball, athletics and volleyball and basketball courts. The students also get a chance to participate in inter-state and national level games besides participating in activities and games being held within the campus.

Cultural Activities at UPES

The University focuses on all round personality development of students. Cultural activities are an integral part of personality development. UPES under the aegis of Department of Student Development and Support every year organizes fresher party and the Annual Cultural Festival – Uurja, which gives a platform to students to showcase their talents.

Uurja – The Annual Festival

The Annual Cultural Festival – Uurja is celebrated for two days at UPES Campus. It is organized by Department of Student Development and Support. The events are organized in Social, Cultural and Fun categories. Day one of the function is more oriented towards events related to Dance, Music and games with DJ in the evening whereas day two is more of theatre and fun events with performance of a band in the evening. The function can only be organized till 2000 hours. No event / company promoting gambling in any nature, drug / alcohol or negligence on road can be a part of the function/ No sponsorship to be taken from any private hostels for Uurja or any other event in the University.




Discipline to be maintained while enrolled with the university:

  • Students are expected to strictly adhere to the Acceptable IT usage policy and social media Policy found on the students portal (https://stu.upes.ac.in).
  • Damaging any IT equipment in class rooms or labs will result in a penalty.  
  • Unauthorized usage of commercial/free tools to subvert University systems will be dealt with in accordance with the penalties outlined in the Acceptable IT usage policy.  
  • Students are advised not to tamper with the computing devices issued to them – either in terms of hardware or software. Formatting of the machine or uninstalling legal software constitutes a violation of the University IT Policy and will be handled accordingly.
  • The mind works better in peace and calm. Silence should be maintained.  
  • Bags/folders/bottles etc. are to be kept outside the Computer Centre (or lab).
  • No eatables are allowed in the Computer Centre (or lab).  No hardware components can be replaced / swapped without permission. Doing so without permission will result in a penalty. If necessary, guidance of the Systems Administrator is always available.  
  • Internet usage should be in accordance with the Acceptable IT usage policy and Acceptable Downloads and Executable policy of the University. Both these documents are available at https://stu.upes.ac.in  
  • Entry of outsiders is strictly prohibited.  
  • Tampering with files of others in the desktop/network will be seriously viewed.  
  • Systems should be shutdown properly and switched off before leaving the Computer Centre.

“Ragging in any form inside or outside the University Campus and hostel premises (covers campus / private / P.G. / outside areas) is strictly prohibited. Ragging is a cognizable offence and means doing an act which causes or is likely to cause insult or annoyance or fear or apprehension or threat or intimidation or outrage of modesty or injury to a student.

Acts amounting to ragging could be  

  • Teasing, Embarrassing and Humiliating;  
  • Assaulting or using Criminal Force or Criminal intimidation;  
  • Wrongfully restraining or confining or causing hurt; Taking “introduction” is also an act amounting to ragging  
  • Causing grievous hurt, kidnapping or rape or committing unnatural offence; and  
  • Causing death or abetting suicide
  • Violation of the status, dignity and honor of the fellow students including those belonging to a Scheduled Caste or a Scheduled Tribe, Other Backward Classes or Handicapped / Challenged or any kind of discriminatory behavior on grounds of gender, race, color, religion, region and caste, physical features / appearance etc;

 

UPES prescribes a dress code for all students. All students must abide by the dress code as given below:-

  1. Jacket ( Blazer) : Dark Navy Blue (Raymond Top Line—4040015235 Shade No. 12
  2. Trouser : Dark Navy Blue ( Raymond Top Line—4040015235 Shade No. 12
  3. Shirt : Oxford Blue ( Raymond Quality No. 40055021/21 )
  4. Pull Over : Sleeveless Light Grey Sweater with Yellow & Blue Strip
  5. Pull Over : Full Sleeves Light Grey Sweater with Yellow & Blue Strip
  6. University Tie : As prescribed.
  7. University Scarf : As prescribed (For Girl Students only)
  8. Shoes : Executive Black Leather shoes with proper shoe laces
  9. Socks : Navy Blue Socks ( Cotton Feel )
  10. Jacket Wind Cheater : Navy Blue ( With Detachable Hood )

 

The aim is to raise awareness among students about “staying safe and keeping others safe”.

Major activities can broadly be categorized under following heads:

  • Road Traffic Safety Initiatives (RTSI)
  • Medical insurance support  
  • Substance abuse prevention  
  • Satisfactory functioning of facilities

UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES REGULATIONS GOVERNING GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL MECHANISM FOR STUDENTS, 2010 In exercise of the provision under Article 3.3.7(xvi) of the First Statutes of the University

 

THE UPES is committed to provide safe working and academic environment to all girl students and its women employees. Salient aspects of the UPES rules and regulations covering prevention of sexual harassment against women are covered extensively in the below PDF document.

UPES POLICY ON PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT AGAINST WOMEN

Office Communication For the Academic Year 1st July 2015 to 30th June 2016, the “Gender Champions Club-UPES” have following students. This club is formed as per the Saksham guidelines of UGC:

  • Gender Champions:

 Bishwas Kumar Srivastav-COES  Ankur Tiwari- COES Prakhar Prateek- COES  Ankit Raj-COES Mannat Sareen-COES Ms. Manvi Kathuria- COES  Ms. Ananya Roy- COES Ms. Somya Deshawar- COES Bhavdeep Singh Kalra-CMES  Shubhi Nagar-CMES Kanupriya- CMES Kanupriya Singh- CMES Rushil Agarwal- COLS  Parul Bhagel-COLS Atisha Singh- COLS

 (Reference: UGC, MHRD, D. O. No. 91-2/2-14(GS) dated 3rd August 2015)

Brig. Dr. Anil Sharma Prof. cum Director Student Affairs

Dr Shrihari Honwad Vice Chancellor Copy to:  P&CEO Chancellor Vice Chancellor OMC Members  MC Members Director – Student Affairs Proctorial Board  All Cultural Committee Members HR

Extensive road safety awareness programs for the students are put in place to make them aware.  

Awareness is spread through various activities such as:

  • Lectures/ Talk by the subject expert
  • Poster Painting Competitions
  • Debate
  • Quiz
  • Videos and documentary films.
  • Carry out checks related to road safety compliance

Counselling of defaulters and communicating with their parents. Initiating disciplinary action if required,  

Communication via SMS/ emails/ Facebook page; UPES Lives for wider dissemination.

CONTACT

Nodal Officer for Students Facilitation Services - OGRS ( Online grievance handling system)

Mr. Ashutosh Dora - Sr. Student Affairs Officer - 7906572813

Mr. Karan Singh - Dy Director, Student Affairs and Student Engagement and Experience - 9929161865

E mail ID – dsafeedback@gmail.com

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