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Multi-disciplinary centre at AEC

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, April 9 � Oil India Limited (OIL) Chairman and Managing Director, NM Borah has appreciated the success of Assam Engineering College alumni in various spheres, especially their achievements in the energy sector. He mentioned that many of them have earned recognition as engineers at OIL and other petrochemical industries.

Borah said this today after formally inaugurating a Multi Disciplinary Centre (MDC) at the engineering college for which OIL had extended a financial support of Rs 1.5 crore.

The highly esteemed engineer, who heads OIL, urged students to consider careers in the petroleum sector as it would be �important for at least the next six or seven decades, even as alternative and non-conventional energy sources are being explored�.�

Addressing students and faculty, Borah mentioned that the petroleum sector offered splendid opportunities and challenges to young engineering professionals, and the country also required their services to meet growing energy needs. �We have to keep running�using technology to the fullest in order to have more access to oil and natural gas�, he remarked.

Borah in his speech spoke about the upstream petroleum industry its future and challenges, urging students to prepare themselves to respond to new prospects in an appropriate manner.

Speaking on the occasion, AEC Principal N Patowary thanked OIL for its generous funding and said that the Multi Disciplinary Centre would help students in a number of ways.

At present the MDC houses the Entrepreneurship Development Cell, Training and Placement Cell and a new language laboratory under a single roof, said Tridib Duvarah, manager, public relations and co-ordination of OIL.

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Multi-disciplinary centre at AEC

GUWAHATI, April 9 � Oil India Limited (OIL) Chairman and Managing Director, NM Borah has appreciated the success of Assam Engineering College alumni in various spheres, especially their achievements in the energy sector. He mentioned that many of them have earned recognition as engineers at OIL and other petrochemical industries.

Borah said this today after formally inaugurating a Multi Disciplinary Centre (MDC) at the engineering college for which OIL had extended a financial support of Rs 1.5 crore.

The highly esteemed engineer, who heads OIL, urged students to consider careers in the petroleum sector as it would be �important for at least the next six or seven decades, even as alternative and non-conventional energy sources are being explored�.�

Addressing students and faculty, Borah mentioned that the petroleum sector offered splendid opportunities and challenges to young engineering professionals, and the country also required their services to meet growing energy needs. �We have to keep running�using technology to the fullest in order to have more access to oil and natural gas�, he remarked.

Borah in his speech spoke about the upstream petroleum industry its future and challenges, urging students to prepare themselves to respond to new prospects in an appropriate manner.

Speaking on the occasion, AEC Principal N Patowary thanked OIL for its generous funding and said that the Multi Disciplinary Centre would help students in a number of ways.

At present the MDC houses the Entrepreneurship Development Cell, Training and Placement Cell and a new language laboratory under a single roof, said Tridib Duvarah, manager, public relations and co-ordination of OIL.