Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun
Two year PG Research Programme in Engineering entitled Advanced Petroleum Science and Technology
PG Research Programme in Engineering (PGRPE) entitled Advanced Petroleum Science and Technology (APST).
Number of Seats
A maximum of 10 students inclusive of sponsored candidates will be admitted in 2011. The essential qualification required for admission to APST is mentioned in the PGRPE common brochure 2011-2012.
Admission Process and Eligibility for Admission
Please see the CSIR website, http://www.csir.res.in for announcement and online submission form. The selected candidates will be designated as “Scientist Trainee” under CSIR QHS scheme. The details are available in the PGRPE common brochure 2011-2012.
Fellowship amount of Rs. 25,000 per month will be awarded to qualified non sponsored candidates during the two year programme as already mentioned in the PGRPE common brochure 2011-2012.
Programme Fee Structure
1. Onetime Admission Fee (non refundable): Rs. 4,000.
2. Onetime Security Deposit (refundable): Rs. 6,000.
3. Semester Fees (nonrefundable): Rs. 24,000.
Indian Institute of Petroleum
The Indian Institute of Petroleum (IIP), established in 1960, is one of the constituent laboratories of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), dedicated to R&D in the hydrocarbon sector.
The Director General of CSIR based in Delhi, Samir K. Brahmachari, is the head of institute followed by M.O. Garg, who has been the Director of the institute since 2003.
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