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Last Seen: 01 Jun' 20
Joined On: 01 Jun' 20
Education Interest: Engineering and Architecture
Education Level: In Graduation
- Batch of Jan. 1, 2022
- B.Tech Petroleum Engineering
Questions related to School of Petroleum Technology, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar
is there any kind of internal scholarship in pdpu in petroleum engineering except government scholarship and what are there requirements
There are many kind of scholarships that you can het benefitted through. The basic eligibility criteria is that the Total Annual Income (from all Sources) of the students family should not be exceeding Rs. 6.00 Lacs.
- Students seeking such scholarships will have to apply after their 1st Years results in a Prescribed Form wherein authentic information about the family income and other relevant information shall be furnished. The merit list may be based on any one of the following as to be decided by the University:
- 1st year results
- Combination of JEE score (40%) and 1st year results (60%)
- The scholarship will be 50% of the total Tuition Fees from the 2nd Academic Year.
- A list of qualifying applicants shall be arranged in the ascending order of their merit. The Scholarship Committee, keeping in view relative merits, will decide award of scholarships to top SEVEN (7) meritorious students in each branch of B. Tech.
There are several other scholarships too about which you can know about only after getting into the college.
I hope this helps.
is laptop necessary for any kind of work in pdpu in petroleum engineering
Yes, laptop in these days is really getting very necessary, be you're in CSE, ECE branch or Petroleum/Chemical engineering. With a laptop, you can prepare your preferred subject or topic presentation. You can learn MATLAB computer course from any training institute offering with computer courses which it helps you in process calculations easily if you're using a laptop. Also, if you're technically strong and can work out in computers, you can get a good job too.
Hope, it helps you.
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