• Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
Welcome to Department of Chemical Engineering

Course No of Seats
B. Tech in Chemical Engineering Started with 40 seats in 2006, Intake increase to 60 seats in 2008
M. Tech in Chemical Engineering 18 seats in 2011
M. Tech in Food Technology 18 seats in 2014

 

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

Graduates have the ability to:
1. Acquire high end industry centric skills in the field of Chemical Engineering.
2. Demonstrate proficiency in training for chemical engineering unit operations under simulated conditions.
3. Exhibit to the state of the art of software solutions in the field of chemical engineering.

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO No. Description of Objective
1. To make the students ready for successful career leading to higher education and /or in industry related domains of design, research and development, testing and manufacturing.
2. To solve diverse real-life engineering problems equipped with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and chemical engineering principles.
3. To provide the necessary training to the students to conduct and perform the experimental studies physically and by computational methods to analyze and simulate the data to prepare technical reports.
4. To motivate and encourage the students to imbibe professionalism, teamwork, leadership, communication skills, ethical approach and adapt to modern trends in Chemical Engineering by engaging in lifelong learning.
5. To provide learning opportunity in a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary fields such as petrochemicals, material science, energy, environmental engineering, nanotechnology etc.

 

Program Outcomes (POs)

The graduates will be able to:

  • Apply the knowledge of basic science, mathematics and fundamentals of engineering with specialization to solve the complex problems of engineering.
  • Identify and formulate for the analysis of the engineering problems considering the knowledge of engineering mathematics, natural and engineering sciences and review of the research articles for substantial conclusions.
  • Demonstrate and develop the appropriate solutions of the complex level of chemical engineering design based problems to meet the specified needs and overall sustainability of the processes, considering the necessary approaches of safety, health hazards, societal and environmental factors.
  • Investigate, demonstrate and conduct the design based complex problems using research based knowledge and methodologies, experimental studies, subsequent analysis and interpretation of data to prepare the valid technical reports.
  • Use the modern software tools and their application with appropriate techniques and necessary resources to predict the expected results with modeling and its limitations for desired engineering practices.
  • Explore the contextual knowledge to assess the consequent various necessary possibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
  • Understand and demonstrate the impact of relevant professional engineering solutions and knowledge for the sustainable development of society and environment.
  • Apply suitably the norms and responsibilities of engineering practices towards the commitment following the principles of engineering ethics.
  • Work effectively as an individual or in diversified and multidisciplinary environments showing the team solidarity.
  • Ability to communicate efficiently with the engineering community, society and able to represent and explain the design documentation effectively with clear instructions.
  • Demonstrate the knowledge and principles of engineering, management, cost and feasibility studies for the desired projects as an individual, a member or leader in a team of multidisciplinary settings.
  • Possess the attitude of lifelong independent learning as per the need of wider context of technological changes and can pursue higher education for careers in academics, research and development.