Elective Subjects
The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Fertilizer Technology
  2. Polymer Science and Technology
  3. Pulp and Paper Technology

Elective Subjects
The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Fertilizer Technology
  2. Polymer Science and Technology
  3. Pulp and Paper Technology


Elective Subjects
The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Fertilizer Technology
  2. Polymer Science and Technology
  3. Pulp and Paper Technology

Chemical Industries involve problems in process design, unit operations, equipment design and overall plant design. 
The course goes deeper into the various aspects of mechanical design in the chemical process plant. It stresses upon the design and analysis of the basic process equipment viz. vessels, distillation column, absorption column, heatexchanger, driers and evaporators etc. 
The course emphasizes on the development of design skills among the students to take design related decisions. 
The course will be very useful to undergraduate students and practitioners.

This course describe the importance of Mass Transfer operations in chemical processes, from the preliminary purification of raw materials to the final separation of products. 
The mass transfer operations are largely the responsibility of chemical engineers, but increasingly practitioners of other engineering disciplines are finding them necessary for their work. 
The objective of this course is to provide a means to teach undergraduate chemical engineering students the basic principles of mass transfer and to apply these principles, aided by computational tools, to the design of equipment used in separation processes. 

In manufacturing, quality control is a process that ensures customers receive products free from defects and meet their requirements. 
Inspection and measurement is needed during production for quality control because of the inherent variability introduced by the machines, tools, raw materials, and human operators which causes variations in the different quality characteristics (length, diameter, thickness, tensile strength, surface finish etc.) of the product. 
In this course, statistical approach of quality control will be introduce with various examples.