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School of Petroleum Technology

School of Petroleum Technology
Established 2007
Type Education and Research Institution
Academic staff Permanent: 25
Visiting: 5
Location Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India
Campus Urban

The School of Petroleum Technology (SPT), formerly known as the Institute of Petroleum Technology is part of the Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, in Gandhinagar. It offers courses addressing the technological requirements of the oil and gas sector. The programmes offered include education in aspects of the petroleum industry, including exploration, production, drilling, reservoir, transportation, refining & geosciences of energy and petroleum sector. The B.Tech (petroleum engineering) programme of SPT is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).

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