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UPES starts new courses to impart smart skills

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With emergence of new job categories following government's mega initiatives like India, Skill India, Smart Cities and Make in and to meet changing landscape of businesses, Dehradun-based University of Petroleum and Energy Studies has started several new courses.

"To make the best use of these opportunities, we have launched new programmes having future relevance so that students do not choose just what is prevalent today or what their peers are doing," UPES CEO-cum-President Utpal Ghosh said today.



He said to arm students with relevant industry knowledge and smart skills for the future, UPES has 79 graduate and post-graduate programmes across 14 core sectors like energy, IT, design and planning, architecture, business, public policy and legal studies.

Some of the new courses are B.Tech Mechatronics Engineering, B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering, M.Tech Health, Safety and Environmental Engineering, B.Tech Energy Technology LLB (Hons) with Specialization in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and B.A Public Policy & Administration with embedded civil services coaching and test preparation, he said.

Ghosh said that because of its multi-disciplinary courses, UPES graduates were selected for jobs by various companies.

"UPES has maintained a consistent placement track record of 85 per cent," he said, adding it was a QS rated university with 5 stars for both placements and campus facilities and 4 stars for teaching.

He said UPES students pursing BTech specialisation courses recently participated in global aerospace competition - CanSat 2016 - and grabbed first position in Europe and Asia. CanSat competition is organised by American Astronautical Society, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and NASA.

Some of the new courses are B.Tech Mechatronics Engineering, B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering, M.Tech Health, Safety and Environmental Engineering, B.Tech Energy Technology LLB (Hons) with Specialization in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and B.A Public Policy & Administration with embedded civil services coaching and test preparation.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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UPES starts new courses to impart smart skills

With emergence of new job categories following government's mega initiatives like Digital India, Skill India, Smart Cities and Make in India and to meet changing landscape of businesses, Dehradun-based University of Petroleum and Energy Studies has started several new courses. "To make the best use of these opportunities, we have launched new programmes having future relevance so that students do not choose just what is prevalent today or what their peers are doing," UPES CEO-cum-President Utpal Ghosh said today. He said to arm students with relevant industry knowledge and smart skills for the future, UPES has 79 graduate and post-graduate programmes across 14 core sectors like energy, IT, design and planning, architecture, business, public policy and legal studies. Some of the new courses are B.Tech Mechatronics Engineering, B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering, M.Tech Health, Safety and Environmental Engineering, B.Tech Energy Technology LLB (Hons) with Specialization in ... With emergence of new job categories following government's mega initiatives like India, Skill India, Smart Cities and Make in and to meet changing landscape of businesses, Dehradun-based University of Petroleum and Energy Studies has started several new courses.

"To make the best use of these opportunities, we have launched new programmes having future relevance so that students do not choose just what is prevalent today or what their peers are doing," UPES CEO-cum-President Utpal Ghosh said today.

He said to arm students with relevant industry knowledge and smart skills for the future, UPES has 79 graduate and post-graduate programmes across 14 core sectors like energy, IT, design and planning, architecture, business, public policy and legal studies.

Some of the new courses are B.Tech Mechatronics Engineering, B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering, M.Tech Health, Safety and Environmental Engineering, B.Tech Energy Technology LLB (Hons) with Specialization in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and B.A Public Policy & Administration with embedded civil services coaching and test preparation, he said.

Ghosh said that because of its multi-disciplinary courses, UPES graduates were selected for jobs by various companies.

"UPES has maintained a consistent placement track record of 85 per cent," he said, adding it was a QS rated university with 5 stars for both placements and campus facilities and 4 stars for teaching.

He said UPES students pursing BTech specialisation courses recently participated in global aerospace competition - CanSat 2016 - and grabbed first position in Europe and Asia. CanSat competition is organised by American Astronautical Society, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and NASA.

Some of the new courses are B.Tech Mechatronics Engineering, B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering, M.Tech Health, Safety and Environmental Engineering, B.Tech Energy Technology LLB (Hons) with Specialization in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and B.A Public Policy & Administration with embedded civil services coaching and test preparation.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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UPES starts new courses to impart smart skills

With emergence of new job categories following government's mega initiatives like India, Skill India, Smart Cities and Make in and to meet changing landscape of businesses, Dehradun-based University of Petroleum and Energy Studies has started several new courses.

"To make the best use of these opportunities, we have launched new programmes having future relevance so that students do not choose just what is prevalent today or what their peers are doing," UPES CEO-cum-President Utpal Ghosh said today.

He said to arm students with relevant industry knowledge and smart skills for the future, UPES has 79 graduate and post-graduate programmes across 14 core sectors like energy, IT, design and planning, architecture, business, public policy and legal studies.

Some of the new courses are B.Tech Mechatronics Engineering, B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering, M.Tech Health, Safety and Environmental Engineering, B.Tech Energy Technology LLB (Hons) with Specialization in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and B.A Public Policy & Administration with embedded civil services coaching and test preparation, he said.

Ghosh said that because of its multi-disciplinary courses, UPES graduates were selected for jobs by various companies.

"UPES has maintained a consistent placement track record of 85 per cent," he said, adding it was a QS rated university with 5 stars for both placements and campus facilities and 4 stars for teaching.

He said UPES students pursing BTech specialisation courses recently participated in global aerospace competition - CanSat 2016 - and grabbed first position in Europe and Asia. CanSat competition is organised by American Astronautical Society, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and NASA.

Some of the new courses are B.Tech Mechatronics Engineering, B.Tech Fire and Safety Engineering, M.Tech Health, Safety and Environmental Engineering, B.Tech Energy Technology LLB (Hons) with Specialization in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and B.A Public Policy & Administration with embedded civil services coaching and test preparation.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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