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Chemical Engineering

Duration Department Intake Affiliation: Approval
4 years (8 semesters) Chemical Engineering 60 Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University AICTE
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ABOUT THE COURSE

Chemical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with process of converting raw materials or chemicals into more useful or valuable forms. It is concerned with the economic design, operation and control of chemical plants.

Scope of Chemical Engineering Government Organisations
IOCL, ONGC, GAIL, SAIL, HPCL, BPCL, OIL, IFFCO, RCFL, etc.
Private Sector
1. Petrochemical Industry
2. Oil and refining
3. Nuclear Industry
4. Power Industry
5. Pharmaceuticals
6. Polymer Industry
7. Mining
8. Biotechnology
9. Environment
10. Food Technology
11. Material science

Vision The Chemical Engineering Department envisions to be recognized as an outstanding department with Centre of Excellence in advanced research and high quality education to meet global challenges in the field of education and industry.
Mission 1. To develop state-of-the-art research facilities in the field of chemical engineering to fulfil global requirements of human resource
2. To impart quality education among the students and to enhance their technical skills to make them globally competitive
3. To equip the students with academics, corporate and entrepreneurial leadership along with global awareness required by the engineering profession
4. To establish an environment that encourages maintaining the professional and personal integrity and ethical behaviour

Faculty

S.No Name of Faculty Designation Specialization
1 Dr. CL Verma Professor Chemical Technology
2 Mrs. Monika Srivastava Assistant Professor Process Calculation
3 Mr. Krishanu Saha Assistant Professor Piping Design
4 Mr. Saurabh Yadav Assistant Professor Fluid Mechanics
5 Ms. Niharika Dutt Assistant Professor Mass Transfer
6 Mr. Rahul Garg Assistant Professor Transport Phenomena
7 Ms. Priyanka Assistant Professor Petroleum Engineering
8 Mr. Chetan Garg Assistant Professor Process Dynamics & Control
9 Mrs. Roopa Gera Assistant Professor On leave
10 Mr. Vaibhav Kumar Assistant Professor
11 Dr. PK Garg Professor

Visiting Faculty

S.No Name Designation Company
1 Raman Talwar Chief Executive officer Simulanis Solutions Pvt. Ltds
2 Manish Kumar Senior Process Engineer Samsung


Laboratories The department has well equipped laboratories as follows:
1) Mechanical operations
2) Mass Transfer Operations
3) Chemical Reaction Engineering
4) Chemical Technology
5) Process Dynamics & Control
6) Energy lab
7) Electrical measurement lab
8) Fluid mechanics lab
9) Environment lab
10) Manufacturing science lab
11) Heat Transfer operations
12) Analytical lab
13) CAD & Simulation lab.

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Programme Outcomes (POs)

  1. Engineering knowledge - Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis - Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions - Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems - Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage - Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering & IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society - Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability - Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics - Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work - Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication - Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance - Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one's own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning - Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) PEO 1 - Knowledge and skill: To develop students as chemical engineers who will get success in technical and professional career by providing high quality education with sufficient emphasis both on theory and practical along with research projects.
PEO 2 - Innovation: To bridge the gap between academia and industry so that chemical engineering graduates will continue to learn and to adapt in a world of constantly evolving technologies.
PEO 3 - Professionalism: To produce graduates who are capable to communicate effectively in a bilingual talent as well as work in multidisciplinary sectors with an attitude of team work.
PEO 4 - Contribution: To develop innovative ideas in chemical engineering graduates which enables them to design systems, components or processes within realistic constraints such as economic, social, ethical, environmental, health and safety.

Head of the Department (Chemical Engineering)


Dr. C. L. Verma did his graduation (B.Tech) and postgraduation (M.Tech) in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur (1967) and Bombay (1969), respectively. He was awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Chemical Engineering from the then University of Roorkee (now IIT), Roorkee in 1986 (Distinctly, the rarest USP of Engineering Qualifications from the three prestigious IITs). Dr. Verma served as Lecturer in the Chemical Engineering Department of the University of Roorkee (1970-73), and worked at various levels of Sr. Scientsts, and retired as Director Grade Scientist from the Central Building Research Institute (1973-2004). His major areas of expertise are Environmental Science & Engineering, Building Construction Materials, Chemical Technology, and professional management. He has published/presented more than 150 technical/research papers in National and International Journals/ Conference Proceedings. Dr. C.L. Verma has supervised 3 Ph.D theses and 7 M. Tech Dissertations. He has handled several sponsored and consultancy projects worth Rs. 5 crores.

Dr. Verma has won a large number of Scholarships / Fellowships and National & International Honours/Awards including the prestigious NRDC Invention Award. He is a Life Member of the Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, and Life Fellow of the Institution of Engineers (India). He has widely travelled abroad (15 countries in Europe, America and Asia) for Professional Visits/Exchange Programs (IGPs). Post superannuation, he has worked in senior responsible positions in some professional engineering and technical institutes. Presently, Dr. Verma is Chairman of the National Sectional Committee on Building Lime & Gypsum Projects (CED-4) of Civil Engineering Division of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS- formerly ISI), New Delhi for the past 25 years while Chairing in Personal Capacity.

syllabus


S.NoYearClick to Download
1B.Tech Chemical Engineering 1st YearDownload
2B.Tech Chemical Engineering 2nd YearDownload
3B.Tech Chemical Engineering 3rd YearDownload
4B.Tech Chemical Engineering 4th YearDownload

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Publications

Sn. No Title Authors Journal Year
1 Chemical swarm robotics Dr. PK Jha, Aman Pandey International journal of novel research & development 2017
2 Production & Growth prospects of second generation Biodiesel using animal waste fats Monika Srivastava,HS Pali, Sudarshan Mishra, Priyanshu Trivedi, Pramendra Pandey Journal of Biofuels 2016
3 Optimization of Gasoline in FCC riser using RSM Niharika Dutt, Divyanshu Arya, Rahul Simon Bunny, Yash Dutt Pathak Research journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological & Chemical Sciences 2015

CONFERENCES

Sn. No Title Authors Presented At Year
1 Catalytic cracking of jatropha curcasa oil to liquid & gaseous hydrocarbons: optimization studies through design of experiments Saurabh Yadav, Dr. Neeru Anand, Dinesh Kumar CHEMCON-International conference 2014

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Placements


S.No Name Roll No Company Name Branch
1 HARSHIT KATIYAR 1113351011 JUBILANT LIFESCIENCE CH
2 AISHWARYA SRIVASTAVA 1213351302 GENPACT CH
3 PRIYANSHU TRIVEDI 1213351016 GENPACT CH
4 ANKIT JAIN 1113351005 RADICO KHAITAN CH
5 AISHWARYA SRIVASTAVA 1213351302 SIMULANIS SOLUTIONS PVT LTD. CH
6 DEEPAK KUMAR 1213351006 SIMULANIS SOLUTIONS PVT LTD. CH
7 SUDARSHAN MISHRA 1213351023 SIMULANIS SOLUTIONS PVT LTD. CH
8 SWATI YADAV 1213351025 JUNGBU CHEMICALS INDIA PVT LTD. CH
9 ABHAY SONI 1213351301 JUNGBU CHEMICALS INDIA PVT LTD. CH
10 UMESH KUMAR 1313351907 JUNGBU CHEMICALS INDIA PVT LTD. CH
11 SANIYA ZAIDI 1213351022 JUNGBU CHEMICALS INDIA PVT LTD. CH
12 PRIYANSHU TRIVEDI 1213351016 JUBILANT LIFESCIENCE CH
13 RAVI AGRAWAL 1213351019 ATOTECH INDIA PVT LTD. CH
14 GAURAV RAWAT 1313351902 ATOTECH INDIA PVT LTD. CH
15 ABHAY SONI 1213351301 ATOTECH INDIA PVT LTD. CH
16 DEEPAK KUMAR 1213351006 ATOTECH INDIA PVT LTD. CH
17 RICHA SHARMA 1213351020 TECHOON IT SOLUTIONS CH
18 MANJU LODHI 1213351010 BNB COATINGS INDIA PVT LTD. CH
19 RAM KUMAR 1213351018 BNB COATINGS INDIA PVT LTD. CH
20 VIKAS CHAUDHARY 1213351027 BNB COATINGS INDIA PVT LTD. CH
21 AISHWARYA SRIVASTAVA 1213351302 TOLUNA INDIA CH
22 ANKUR CHAUDHARY 1313351002 Ways2Capital CH
23 ASHISH GUPTA 1213351004 Genpact CH
24 GOURAV CHOUDHARY 1313351004 Sutherland CH
25 MOHD SHARIQ 1313351008 Sutherland CH
26 HARISH 1213351007 Shivalik chemicals pvt ltd CH
27 ABHIMANYU SHARMA 1313351901 HANJIN CHEMICAL CH
28 BHUSHAN KUMAR 1413351904 Shri Shyam Polycoat Pvt. Ltd. CH

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INDUSTRIAL VISITS a. Kadambri Auto Parts Pvt. Ltd.
b. National Fertilizers Limited
c. Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

MOU'S & TIE UP's a) Kadambri Auto Parts Pvt. Ltd.
b) Chamunda Paper Pvt. Ltd.
c) Devpriya Industry Limited



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Students Achievements

S.No. Name of Students Achievements
1 Aman Pandey 2nd position in Enviro (Technical Event) in IIT BHU
2 Aman Pandey3rd position in River Generation Conclave (Technical Event) in IIT BHU 3rd position in River Generation Conclave (Technical Event) in IIT BHU
3 Aman Pandey 2nd position in Greenx (Technical Event) in IIT BHU
4 Gaurav Sharma 2nd position in Greenx (Technical Event) in IIT BHU
5 Himanshu Chauhan 2nd position in Greenx (Technical Event) in IIT BHU
6 Parmeet Singh Best Paper Award in Students Paper Presentation Activity in NIET
7 Rahul Verma 2nd position in Greenx (Technical Event) in IIT BHU


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