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    What is the course fee of Petrochemical engineering?

    How much fees for petrochemical engineering?

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    varalakshmi nelavelli
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    May 2013

    Re: What is the course fee of Petrochemical engineering?


    The course fee varies from college to college depending on the college demand.

    Petroleum engineering course offer wonderful job opportunities at global and domestic levels. Opportunities in oil and gas sector are ample in Middle East with very high annual income packages. Higher education opportunities are good all over America and Europe too.

    Core Companies: The organizations in which the graduates are absorbed are Reliance Industries Ltd., ONGC, Schlumberger, Shell, OIL, Gas Authority of India Ltd., British Gas, Halliburton Services, Essar Oil, GSPC, Cairn Energy, IOCL, Essar Oil Ltd., Baker Hughes, Reliance Energy, NIKO Resources, GEOENPRO, MECOM Ltd., etc.

    Average salaries: 4~5 lacks annual

    Institute offering petroleum engineering:
    ISM Dhanbad
    Universities of Petroleum and Energy Studies
    Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology
    Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
    Maharashtra Institute of Technology - Petroleum Engineering

    All the best....

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    Join Date
    May 2013

    Re: What is the course fee of Petrochemical engineering?

    Hello friend.
    Generally the petrochemical course is an 4 year course. In which most of the universities are divvied this 4 year course in 8 semesters that means each of the semester is covering 6 month. Now talking about the course fees so let me tell you in detail that many of the colleges like university of petroleum and energy studies are charged per semester the course the tuition fees of each semester is approx 60 to 65 thousand. Then after they will be charged the academic services fess which is nearly 40 thousand .so the net fees per semester is approx 1 to 1.2 lakh. Then tuition fess of per semester is always increasing sem by sem. So my friend this is the general idea of the course fees of many private and state board universities.
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