UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

The Department offers comprehensive four-year degree program leading to B.E Petroleum Engineering under the semester system with 139 credit hours. The program is designed on the upstream side of the petroleum industry; the curriculum has been designed in collaboration with the experts covering the core areas and including G&G, Drilling Engineering, Reservoir Engineering and Production Engineering. 

The program emphasis on building up of strong base in the foundation Engineering and basic sciences subjects and detailed understanding of core areas with practical knowledge that comprehend with use of professional software. The program is competent to enhance capabilities for higher education and to serve the petroleum industry. 

PEC Accreditation Status:
B.E. Petroleum (From Intake of Batch 2004-05 to 2016-17) (In level I).
B.E. Petroleum ( Batch 2017 and 2018) (In level II)

Syllabi of Courses for Bachelor of Engineering Programme in Petroleum (Batch 2018,2019 & 2020) 

Syllabi of Courses for Bachelor of Engineering Programme in Petroleum (Batch 2021 & onwards)

Alumni

CLOs and PLOs Booklet

Final Year Project (FYP)

FYP Presentation Rubrics
FYP Progress Report Rubrics
FYP Policy
FYP Final Report Rubrics
Appendix II
 

Final year Project List (Batch 2018)

S.No Project Title
1 Prevention of Mud Dephasing due to cement contamination during COC.
2 Effect of carbonates (CO3 )  and Bi- Carbonates (HCO3 )  or clay shale swelling
3 Recovery Optimization in Gas Condensate Reservoirs
4 Sensitivity and Economic Analysis of In-Situ CO2 EOR in Unconventional Tight
5 Formulation of an Environment friendly hybrid Nano Drilling Fluid using Aloe-Vera gel and Nano ScaleSio 2
6 Experimental investigation of the applicability of nanotechnology for Enhanced Oil Recovery
7 Synthesis and evaluation of an Environmental friendly acidizing fluid laced with activated carbon for Carbonate Rocks
8 Experimental study of Chemical Enhance Oil Recovery in Pakistan Oil Formations

 

Final year Project List (Batch 2017)

S.No Project Title
1 Gas Field Development using Classical and Numerical Approaches. Parametric study of Tight Gas Reservoirs.
2 Generation of Inflow Performance Relationship Curve using Eclipse 100 for Multi Layered Oil Reservoir By Incorporating Cross Flow Between Layers.
3 Optimization of Oil Field Development with Water Flooding and Artificial Lift.
4 Swelling Characteristics of Formation by Using Mud Additives at Nano Scale.
5 Evaluation of Foam Lift Techniques on Gas Wells.
6 To Reduce Shale Swelling by using Nano-Based Drilling Fluid.