Elective Subjects
The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Nano Technology
  2. Biomass Technology
  3. Petrochemical and Petroleum Refinery Technology
  4. New Separation Techniques

Elective Subjects
The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Nano Technology
  2. Biomass Technology
  3. Petrochemical and Petroleum Refinery Technology
  4. New Separation Techniques

Elective Subjects
The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Nano Technology
  2. Biomass Technology
  3. Petrochemical and Petroleum Refinery Technology
  4. New Separation Techniques

Elective Subjects
The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Nano Technology
  2. Biomass Technology
  3. Petrochemical and Petroleum Refinery Technology
  4. New Separation Techniques


This course brings together the concepts of engineering and economics for chemical plant design and optimization. 
This course deals with applications of the individual aspects of chemical engineering such as fluid mechanics, mass transfer, heat transfer, chemical reaction engineering, chemical process calculations, thermodynamics, process equipment design etc. for designing of a efficient and economic chemical process. 
The hierarchy of decisions in synthesis and analysis of a chemical process and its alternatives will be discuss. 
Various stages of the chemical process design are addressed step by step such as input-output structure, material and energy balance calculations, design of separation processes and heat integration of the process. An easy procedure will be describe in the form of cost diagram for the meaningful estimation of the economic implications of various process alternatives. 
The structure of the course covers both theory and problems. The course is meant for undergraduates and also for practicing engineers.
Biochemical Engineering is an interdisciplinary subject since biologist, physicist, chemist, technologist and mathematician all join hand in hand to develop realistic models. 
This specialized subject comprises of transport processes, sophisticated advanced control system besides conventional biology, physics and mathematics. 
Production of biomolecules can be done broadly in two different ways namely, using enzymes and microbial cells. 
Students undergoing this course will be initially able to differentiate between conventional chemical reaction engineering and biochemical reaction engineering. 
They also develop the expertise to do the design of any biochemical process which will be very much useful for the industries.
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 will provide an overview of chemical kinetics and reactor design at basic to an intermediate level.
This course applies the concepts of reaction rate, stoichiometry and equilibrium to the analysis of chemical and biological reacting systems such as derivation of rate expressions from reaction mechanisms and equilibrium or steady state assumptions and design of chemical and biochemical reactors via synthesis of chemical kinetics, and mass and energy balances.
The objective of this course is to provide the student to understand chemical reaction engineering, notably: 
  1. Complex chemical reaction mechanisms and kinetics. 
  2. Transport effects in multiphase reactive systems. 
  3. Advanced reactor design and stability, including consideration of the energy balance. 
On completion of the course, the student should be able to design/analyze a variety of complex reacting systems of chemical engineering.
This course introduces the fundamental concepts, principles and application of control theory and controller design to the undergraduate students of chemical engineering. 
The topics cover introductory concepts, modeling considerations, dynamic behavior of chemical processes, stability aspects and design of feedback controller as well as control strategies such as feed-forward controller, cascade control structure, ratio control, split-range control, selective control and preliminary concepts of adaptive control. 
The topics on multi-loop multi-variable control will also be presented for completeness. 
Instrumentation part will consist of valve characteristics, various measuring devices, instrumentation symbols and introduction to P&ID. 
The course material will be very useful to undergraduate students, teachers and control practitioners. 
A number of chosen problems will be solved to illustrate the concepts clearly.
This course introduces the concepts of fluid and particle mechanics and demonstrates their applications