@pagalguysaikat: Lowest package was 4.5 (1 person), second lowest was 5.5(1 person), third lowest 6.2 (one person), all others were above 6.5.....

Complete batch could not be placed: 4 ppl were left however none of them is unplaced now... You will get a call from the college but check your age before joining the college as you may not be eligible to appear for some PSUs

@suck : Not fixed , depends on application...... In our batch, they did not find any suitable SC/ST candidate, so they took other students........

@rahulsirohi You need to check you eligibility only about your CGPI on college's website..... rest is ok
@sunnypallab Dear Aspirant, In December, BPCL and IOCL came to RGIPT rae bareli campus for B.tech... So forget about that court directive......

My suggestion would be.... RGIPT won't guarantee a placement in PSUs.... If you are genuinely interested in Energy Sector only then come to this college.......

ST category: Sure admission + sure PSU job (provided there are not many ST students in the batch) !!!
@vins4u Cut off for NC-OBC should be around 70.........

@navsob Chances of getting a call are good........ Just check for 12th eligibility criteria on college's website....
@rohitchanchal1 Studying is RGIPT is like a High Risk- High Return game..... If you are good in academics you will get a really good placement (which generally starts very late unlike other B-Schools).... It is one of the best B-schools in energy sector in India (considering lowest package offered, number of PSU placement )..... Most of the faculties are PhD in their respective subject. Obviously, you can't expect an engineer to teach organizational behavior (Somebody BA+MA+PhD in psychology will teach that ). I agree, permanent faculties are less, but visiting faculties aregood (CK Sen gupta for derivative trading, Vijay Duggal for natural gas business, Pankaj Sinha for Finance and many more, just search their name on google or Linked In, you will get good info)... Placements, generally starts very late (As i said earlier)................

You should take advice from multiple people (preferably pass out students of different batches from RGIPT)... Check all permutations and combinations... And then take a decision.....

You should come to RGIPT if you are genuinely interested in Energy Sector.... But if you think that RGIPT is ashort cut for PSUs then better you think again.....
ThanksRahul Sirohi,
B tech in Petrochemical Engineering
MBA from RGIPT (2010-12 Batch)
congrats all :)
I am confused guys...selected in PDPU also.where should I go now?anyone having same situation here?

Hi Sid, why are you confused now ?
avijitbajpai133 Says
u can definitely apply ur score is fine and u will get a call.. conversion is upto u as some of the best people of petroleum industry take the GD and Interview

Always mention the question to which you are responding.
mkrabha Says
Is there any relaxation in graduation percentage for category students ? And how the percentage of final year students will be considered ? pliz reply.


The candidates must have:

*Minimum 60% in aggregate (55% for SC/ST) in Class 10, Class 12. (Copies of passing certificates and Mark-sheets to be attached with the Application Receipt)

*Bachelors degree in any branch of Engineering / Technology (4 years duration course after 10+2) with 65% marks or C.P.I. of 7.0. Mathematics must be one of the subjects in 10+2. Bachelors Degree must have AICTE recognition. (Photocopy of degree or provisional degree and Mark-sheets of all semesters/years to be attached with the Application Receipt)

*Qualification either in CAT 2011, or GMAT (After June 2011) (Copy of Admit Card to be attached along with the Application Receipt)

*Applicants fulfilling the above criteria will be shortlisted based on merit for selection process which will comprise of Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

*The meritorious academic performance of the candidate will get due weightage in final selection process. Not all those satisfying the minimum requirement are likely to be shortlisted.

*Reservation policy as per Government of Indias directives will be applicable.