EMBA in Oil/Gas/Energy/Petroleum

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For Energy and Infrastructure (Oil and Gas domain) EMBA courses; School of Petroleum Management (SPM) offers 15-months full-time residential programme at its Gandhinagar campus under Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU) (Pandit Deendayal P...
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I've heard UPES also offers Part-Time EMBAs in Power and Oil & Gas. It's an established University with a great Alumni base. You guys shoul try it.

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devenec Says
i am an ec engineer. i am working in cement industry in dubai as an instrument engineer.is it worth to have mba in energy management for me. i have 2 years of experience


Hi;

As you might have read, the Oil and Gas/ Energy sector has enormous potential in India owing to its significance to sustain the phenomenal GDP growth. I am sure in the coming years with market de-regulation, more and more investments are due in this sector making it one of the lucrative sectors in terms of employment.

Your work experience in the cement sector would surely help you relate with Oil and Gas sector and a MBA degree would surely help you switch sectors. Our EMBA batch students have varied profiles and work experiences ranging from IT, Banking, Mining, EPC to Fertilizers and Oil & Gas. Please find the below attached link for viewing our existing batch students profiles.

The problem with your profile is the meager 2year work experience which doesn't qualify you for an EMBA course. However you may join our regular MBA courses through CAT.

- abhiktushardas.
(EMBA10/SPM@PDPU)

EMBA Student profiles: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=...trk=anet_ug_hm

Mail us on: spm_pdpu_emba10@googlegroups.com

Visit SPM: www.spm.pdpu.ac.in
@abhiktushardas
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i am an ec engineer. i am working in cement industry in dubai as an instrument engineer.is it worth to have mba in energy management for me. i have 2 years of experience

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Hi Abhik,

I need one more favour from you. Can you please enquire about the profiles of the students which IT companies were looking for? Also if possible can they tell us if there were any lateral placements in the IT companies which came over for placements?

Amit


Hi;

The regular guys are on summer internship leave, so no one in the campus. I won't be able to answer that question of yours, but you can post this query in the regular MBA thread, hopefully someone may answer.

Follow the link: http://www.pagalguy.com/discussions/school-of-petroleum-management-admission-20112013-25064806

Hope that's useful.

- abhiktushardas.
(EMBA10/SPM@PDPU)

Our profiles: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid;=3750339&trk;=anet_ug_hm

Our email: spm_pdpu_emba10@googlegroups.com
@abhiktushardas
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Hi Abhik,

I need one more favour from you. Can you please enquire about the profiles of the students which IT companies were looking for? Also if possible can they tell us if there were any lateral placements in the IT companies which came over for placements?

Amit

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mail.aksingh Says
Any idea on the number of people who have confirmed the seats for the 2011 EMBA course? I am joining the course so count me in. :)


Hi;

Probably 18, cant confirm you the exact numbers. See you at the campus on 4th July.

- abhiktushardas
(EMBA10/SPM/PDPU)

Email: spm_pdpu_emba10@googlegroups.com

Our profiles: PDPU SPM Exec-MBA (Oil n Gas) | LinkedIn
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Any idea on the number of people who have confirmed the seats for the 2011 EMBA course? I am joining the course so count me in. 😃

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Thanks Abhik!!

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Hi,

I am currently working in a software services mnc with around 4.8 years of experience. Do you see any value add for a software professional like me in joining this course? Also, in case you have interacted with the regular MBA students, have you see software industry people taking these courses.

I know the decision ultimately lies with me and my interest but I am curious in knowing if the course is worth moving out of my comfort zone and taking a risk towards an unknown territory.

AKS


Hi Amit;

Got your email.

Great to know about your interview offer. Yes, there are many in our campus both from the EMBA as well as Regular MBA who are software professionals. IT companies too have energy domains and they have placed many from the regular batches in the energy consulting domain, so you are not taking any risk in joining this course.

Secondly as you may know, this is our 1st batch of EMBA. Our placement process has been initiated, and we are sure to set the stage for you guys in terms of placement packages.

Regarding international internship/ placement; we are in talks and hope our efforts would help the coming batches in foreign exposure. Placement is no worry, the role matters.

We have 2 guys from the IT sector, I have asked them to reply to you on email about the prospects for a IT engineer. Since I am a Chemical Engineer, I wont be in a position to understand your dilemma to the fullest.

I wish you all the very best for the interview; look forward to see you at our impressive campus on 01/June/2011.

- abhiktushardas.
(EMBA10/SPM/PDPU)

EMBA10 Student profiles: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid;=3750339&trk;=anet_ug_hm

Mail us on: spm_pdpu_emba10@googlegroups.com

Visit SPM: www.spm.pdpu.ac.in
@abhiktushardas
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Hi,

I am currently working in a software services mnc with around 4.8 years of experience. Do you see any value add for a software professional like me in joining this course? Also, in case you have interacted with the regular MBA students, have you see software industry people taking these courses.

I know the decision ultimately lies with me and my interest but I am curious in knowing if the course is worth moving out of my comfort zone and taking a risk towards an unknown territory.

AKS

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