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|Program Name||B.Tech in Chemical Engineering|
|Program Specific Enquiries||0863-2344745|
|Admission Enrollment and General Enquiries||0863-2344777, 1800-425-2529
|HoD Contact Number||9840052103|
The four-year B.Tech Programme is designed in such a way that, a graduate of this programme can be absorbed very easily in the Chemical Engineering core industry or he/she can go for higher studies such as M.Tech / MS in Chemical Engineering, MS in Pharmacy or MS in IT. It is also kept in the mind while designing the course the wide spread and the expanding Pharmaceutical industry, nine courses related to Pharmaceutical industry are incorporated, so that a graduate of this programme can be immediately absorbed by Pharmaceutical industry.
Chemical Engineering involves the design and maintenance of chemical plants and the development of chemical processes for converting raw materials or chemicals into valuable products. It combines knowledge of Chemistry and Engineering for the production of chemicals and related by-products. This branch of engineering is a varied field, covering areas of Biotechnology, Nano-Technology Mineral Processing, Petrochemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Synthetic fibers, Petroleum Refining etc. Chemical Engineers design and operate chemical plants and improve methods of production.
The work of Chemical Engineers, the most versatile of all engineers, involves the invention, development, design, operation and management of processes in process industries. So they combine the work of several fields such as those of chemists, industrial engineers, materials engineers as well as electrical engineers. Chemical engineers are responsible for the availability of modern high-quality materials that are essential for running an industrial economy.
Apply information and knowledge to demonstrate solutions to basic science and engineering.
Utilize the full range of chemical engineering techniques to design at least one manufacturing facility or perform a comprehensive analysis for a scenario with significant application of chemical engineering principles.
Demonstrate experimental skills that test science and engineering principles learned in the classroom, including the design of experiments.
Demonstrate skills that reflect the broader professional qualities necessary for success in their careers, including ethics and professional responsibilities, oral communications, and activities in team structures.
Creativity, collaboration, and innovation are characteristics emphasized and nurtured in the Vignanís School of Chemical Engineering. While analysis is at the core of undergraduate instruction, creativity and synthesis are key aspects of the graduate experience. Practical solutions to technological problems require the creative synthesis of often disparate ideas and approaches.
At Vignanís School of Chemical Engineering, graduate research often results in the development of innovative and patentable ideas, leading to new technologies and, sometimes, new companies. Faculty members in the School have strong interactions with industry, including consulting, sponsored research, and/or advisory board activities. Opportunities continue to arise to use your technical and entrepreneurial abilities to create new solutions to societal problems.
After successful completion of this programme, a graduate can be absorbed very easily in Chemical Engineering core industry or can go for higher studies such as M.Tech / MS in Chemical Engineering or MS in Pharmacy or MS in IT. It is also kept in the mind while designing the course the wide spread and the expanding Pharmaceutical industry nine courses related to Pharmaceutical industry are incorporated.
An opportunity is also provided in the curriculum to a student to adopt himself/herself in the IT sector by means of number of IT related courses. It is believed that a proper orientation towards management programmes leads to self-discipline and motivation towards career, hence a variety of management programmes are also incorporated in the curriculum. This enables the graduate of this programme to get admission into MBA programme.
|I Year (R16 Regulation)||I Semester|
|16HS105||Technical English Communication||3||-||2||4|
|16CS101||Basics of Computers and Internet||3||-||2||4|
|16EE101||Basics of Engineering Products||3||-||2||4|
|16HS104||English Proficiency and Communication Skills||-||-||2||1|
|16HS110||Engineering Physics Laboratory||-||-||3||2|
|I Year (R16 Regulation)||II Semester|
|16HS108||Engineering Mathematics - II||3||1||2||5|
|16EE102||Basics of Electrical and Electronics Engineering||3||-||2||4|
|16HS111||Engineering Chemistry Laboratory||-||-||3||2|
|16HS109||Environmental Science and Technology||2||-||-||2|
|16ME103||Work shop Practice||-||-||3||2|
|16CH101||Basics of Chemical Engineering||3||-||-||3|
|II Year (R16 Regulation)||III Semester|
|16HS202||Probability and Statistics||4||-||-||4|
|16EL102||Soft Skills Laboratory||-||-||2||1|
|16CH102||Materials Science and Technology||3||1||-||4|
|16CH201||Chemical Process Calculations||3||1||-||4|
|Employability and Life Skills Elective||-||-||-||1-3|
|II Year (R16 Regulation)||IV Semester|
|16EL103||Professional Communications Laboratory||-||-||2||1|
|16CH204||Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-I||3||1||-||4|
|16CH205||Mechanical Unit Operations||3||-||2||4|
|16CH207||Process Heat Transfer||3||-||2||4|
|Department / Open Elective||-||-||-||3-4|
|Employability and Life Skills Elective||-||-||-||1-3|
|III Year (R13 Regulation)||V Semester|
|CH303||Mass Transfer Operations - I||4||-||-||4||4|
|CH305||Chemical Reaction Engineering - I||4||-||-||4||4|
|CH301||Process Heat Transfer||4||-||-||4||4|
|CH325||Process Dynamics & Control||4||-||-||4||4|
|CH329||Industrial Safety & Hazard Management|
|CH331||Design of Analysis & Experiments|
|Minor - III||4||-||1||1||1|
|CH335||Chemical Technology Lab||-||-||3||3||2|
|CH337||Process Dynamics & Control Lab||-||-||3||3||2|
|CH333||Process Heat Transfer Lab||-||-||3||3||2|
|III Year (R13 Regulation)||VI Semester|
|CH304||Chemical Reaction Engineering - II||4||-||-||4||4|
|CH306||Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-II||4||-||-||4||4|
|CH302||Mass Transfer Operations - II||4||-||-||4||4|
|CH310||Mathematical Methods for Chemical Engineering|
|Minor - IV||4||-||-||4||4|
|CH314||Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab||-||-||3||3||2|
|CH334||Mass Transfer Operations Lab||-||-||3||3||2|
|IV Year (R13 Regulation)||VII Semester|
|CH401||Chemical Engineering Plant Design & Economics||4||0||-||4||4|
|CH403||Chemical Process Equipment Design||4||0||-||4||4|
|CH405||Process Modeling & Simulation||4||0||-||4||4|
|CH407||Industrial Pollution Control Engineering||4||0||-||4||4|
|CH415||Optimization of Chemical Processes|
|CH419||Colloidal & Interfacial Science|
|CH421||Chemical Process Equipment Design Lab||-||-||3||3||2|
|CH423||Chemical Process Simulation Lab||-||-||3||3||2|
|CH449||Industrial Pollution Control Engineering Lab||-||-||3||3||2|
|IV Year (R13 Regulation)||VIII Semester|
|Elective - V||4||0||-||4||4|
|CH402||Technology of Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals|
|CH404||Mineral Process Engineering|
|CH406||Food Processing Technology|
|Elective - VI||4||0||-||4||4|
|CH410||Computer Applications In Chemical Engineering|
The students opting for semester-long industrial internship during 8th semester, carry out Minor Ė V in 7th semester itself as additional course.18 credits are allotted to internship as given below:
|CH416||Internship (6 months)||-||-||36||36||18|
|L=Lecture; T=Tutorial; P=Practicals; To=Total; C=Credits;|