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|Program Name||M.Tech Chemical Engineering|
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This course is designed to learn a variety of chemical, physical, biological treatment processes related to industrial pollution control, the main concepts of pollution prevention which minimize wastes and prevent pollution. This course also deals risk assessment, environmental standards, and regulatory loading limits and help the
Students learn key treatment processes that are central to industrial pollution control. Students will be asked to design treatment schemes based on unit processes, carry out their study of these processes with information from lecture and through literature research.
This course presents the pollution prevention and waste minimization concepts, terminologies, life cycle impacts, and management strategies. The course introduces available remediation techniques for industrial pollution control and prevention and examines specific applications to industries including biological, chemical, physical, and thermal techniques.
At that the end of the Programme, the postgraduates should be able to:
- Apply Environmental Engineering principles for problem identification, formulation and solution.
- Apply in-depth technical knowledge to analyze, interpret, evaluate and improve system performance in one of the specialized areas like industrial environmental engineering, process plant engineering, gas and petrochemical engineering, process analysis and control and petroleum engineering.
- Design process plants and improve performance by incorporating the concept of sustainable development.
At the Department of Chemical Engineering,research often results in the development of innovative and patentable ideas, leading to new technologies and, sometimes, new companies. Faculty members in the Department have strong interactions with industry, including consulting, sponsored research, and/or in the advisory boards of various companies.
Research is supported by state-of-the-art laboratories. The students participate in college-wide and University-wide multidisciplinary research areas. The School of Chemical Engineering also has a strong research base in the areas of membrane separations, Computational fluid dynamics, and biotechnology. Exceptional facilities are available for the synthesis and characterization of membrane materials, molecular and cellular biological samples, novel catalysts, polymeric materials, and surface coatings.
After successful completion of this programme, a Post Graduate can be absorbed very easily in state/ central Pollution Control Boards or any process industry as an Environmental Engineer or can start environmental consultancy or can pursue Ph.D.
III & IV Semester