Chemical Engineering

Overview

The main role of chemical engineers is to design and troubleshoot processes for the production of chemicals, fuels, foods, pharmaceuticals, and biologicals, just to name a few. They are most often employed by large-scale manufacturing plants to maximize productivity and product quality while minimizing costs.
The Chemical Engineering Programme was started in 1994 and the programme is Approval by the AICTE, New Delhi. Sx Faculties has been working in this Department.

Faculty

Mr. M. Ramachandran

HOD

Qualification :

B.Tech.,MBA

Ms. S. Mahasowmiya

Lecturer

Qualification :

B.Tech

Ms. K. Mahisha varshini

Lecturer

Qualification :

B.Tech

Ms. R. Iswarya

Lecturer

Qualification :

B.Tech

Vision

To produce competitive, responsive, globally competent chemical technologists to cater the needs of the industries.

Mission

Program Educational Outcomes

Program Specific Outcomes

HOD Desk's

The department was established in 1994 courses offered by the department is Diploma in Chemical engineering which is approved by AICTE. It is a full time course with 6 semesters. Current annual intake is (60 + 12). The Department has highly qualified and experienced faculty and has well equipped with excellent lab facilities Chemical Engineering is one of the most popular branches of engineering which deals with the large-scale production of chemicals. Chemical Engineers apply both, the knowledge of chemistry and, the principles of engineering to the chemical industry and thus form the bridge or the link between science and manufacturing. They are involved in a wide variety of activities like equipment design, process developing for chemical manufacture on a large scale, planning and testing ways of producing and the treatment of by-products as well as supervision of manufacturing activities.
The Chemical Engineers (also called as Process Engineers) work in the various aspects of varieties of industries such as: chemicals, petroleum and petrochemicals, bio-chemicals, food preservation, pharmaceuticals, electronic materials, materials of everyday life, energy, environment, etc.