Why to Study Chemical ?
The department of Chemical Engineering was established in 1997, conducts 4 years degree course in Engineering under affiliation to Berhampur University (upto 2006) and Biju Patnaik University of Technology (B.Tech programme w.e.f. 2003) having intake capacity 60. The course is designed by the University, and aimed at making the students well versed with the recent trends as well as the basics of Chemical Engineering. The Department has been accredited thrice by the National Board of Accreditation. The Chemical Engineering Department’s strength lies in a highly experienced and celebrated team of professors drawn from premier technological institutions of the country. There are a number of laboratories with state – of – the -art machinery, sophisticated equipment and apparatus to elevate the image of the Department and the institution as a whole.
The field of Chemical engineering is a diverse one ranging from biotechnology and nanotechnology to mineral processing. The work of chemical engineers is the most versatile of all engineers; involve the invention, development, design, operation and management of processes in industries. The scope of chemical engineers is tending to grow in future due to industrial expansion and related scarcity of resources needed. It is diverse and dynamic with market sectors rapidly expanding. the major areas which offers good career opportunities for chemical engineers are Petrochemical Industry, Oil and refining, Nuclear Industry, Power Industry, Pharmaceuticals, Polymer Industry, Mining, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology and Space research.
To develop competent chemical engineers into an atmosphere of innovation and critical thinking.
- To provide high-quality education in Chemical Engineering to prepare the graduates for a rewarding career in tune with evolving needs of the industry.
- To prepare the students to become responsible professionals and capable citizens who would apply their knowledge critically and innovatively to solve professional and social problems.
BOARD OF STUDIES MEMBERS
|1||Mr Radhakrishna Padhi, GIET, Gunupur||Chairman|
|2||Dr. B C Meikap, Professor, IIT, Kharagpur||University Nominee|
|3||Dr. A Sarat Babu, Professor, NIT, Warangal||Subject Expert|
|4||Dr. S B Mohanta, Professor, IGIT, Saranga|
|5||Mr. Mayank Jindal, CGM (Manufacturing), J.K.PAPER MILL LTD, JK PUR||Industry Expert|
|6||Dr. S N Dash, Professor, GMRIT, RAJAM||Alumni Expert|
|7||Dr. Bikash Mahto, Professor, ISM, Dhanbad||Expert for Specialized course|
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
The Chemical Engineering UG Programme at GIET, Gunupur is framed and designed such that within first few years after graduation, the graduates will be able to:
PEO 1: Acquire the fundamental principles of science and chemical engineering with modern experimental and computational skills.
PEO 2: Face current technical challenges in the society by maintaining a professional and ethical attitude towards the society and also considering impacts on safety, health and environment.
PEO 3: Excel their career as Chemical Engineers or researchers in both traditional and emerging fields of Chemical Engineering such as environmental, material, food, pharmaceutical and energy applications.
Programme Outcomes (POs)
At the end of the Programme, a graduate will be able to
PO1: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO11: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)
PSO1: To correlate theoretical concepts with real time experimental and field data through application of process simulation and analytical techniques .
PSO2: To develop cutting edge chemical processes, equipment and products for the benefit of the human kind using innovative research and development skills and continuous learning efforts.
|PARTICULARS||I -sem||3rd-sem/5th sem/7th –sem||WEEKS|
|2||Ist spell of instructions||6/8/18 to 29/10/18||2/7/18-25/8/18||8|
|3||Mid Semester I||4/10/18 to 6/10/18||28/8/18- 30/8/18||3(days)|
|4||Mid Semester I Result||11/10/18||4/9/18|
|5||2st spell of instructions||8/12/18||31/8/18 -07/11/18||8|
|6||Mid Semester II||6/12/18 to 8/12/18||08/11/18 -10/11/18||3(days)|
|7||Mid Semester II Result||13/12/18||14/11/18|
|8||Practical Exams||1/12/18 to 7/12/18||31/10/18 -07/11/18||1week|
|9||Last day of Instruction||8/12/2018||10/11/18|
|10||University Theory Exams||17/12/18to08/12/18||17/11/18-07/12/18||3weeks|
|11||Semester break||29/12/18 to 06/01/19||23/12/18 to 2/01/19|
|12||Publication of Result||23/12/2018|
Starting Date of Instruction
|Sem.||Subject Code||Name of the Subject|
|3rd||BCHPC3030||Physical and Analytical Chemistry|
|3rd||BCHES3040||Object Oriented Programming Systems|
|3rd||BBSHS3062/ BMGHS3061||Environmental Engineering & Safety/ Engineering Economics & Costing|
- S K Bindhani presented a paper entitled “Ultrasonic studies on binary mixture of Propiophenone + Ethyl acetate at 303.15 – 313.15 K” in CHEMCON 2016 organized by Anna University & IIT, Chennai.
- K. Bindhani, a paper entitled “Molecular Interaction Studies on Pentan-1-ol (1) + Nitrobenzene (2) at temperatures of 303.15, 308.15 and 313.15 K” got published in proceeding of CHEMCON-2012.
GATE qualified student list
- Pawan Kumar Tiwary, qualified GATE, 2016, having rank 477
- Prachiprabha Pradhan, qualified GATE, 2014, having rank 1558
- Janmajaya Mohapatra, qualified GATE, 2012, having rank 876
- Vishal Kumar Sandwar, qualified GATE, 2012, having rank 1180
- Amrut Pattnaik published two books “A Tryst with Hell” (2013) and “The Horror Nights” (2014).
Prize awarded in event
- Asharani Patra got Second prize in CHEMSTORM organized by IIchE Student chapter, IGIT, Sarang 13th-14th Oct, 2015.
- Sarthak Panda got First prize in Student Conference at XPLORA2K12 organized by Centurian University, 2012.
- Sarthak Panda got First prize in Poster Presentation at XPLORA2K12 organized by Centurian University, 2012.
- Amitabh Sarangi, Manish, Munmi Das & Bhabani Sankar Mallick got third prize in Synergy Design at Azeotropy 2k10 organized by ChEA, IIT, Bombay on 6th-7th March, 2010.
- Ravi Kumar presented a paper at WISSENAIRE 14 conducted by IIT, Bhubaneswar in 2014.
- Zeeshan Mallick presented a paper at Khistij 2014 conducted by IIT, Kharagpur in 2014.
- Asutosh Pattnaik & Pramod Kumar Bag presented a paper entitled “Removal of oxygen from carbon dioxide” at SCHEMCON-2017 organized by IIChE Student’s Chapter, Rourkela Regional Centre and Department of Chemical Engg., at NIT, Rourkela on 7-8 October 2017 & got published in preceding.
- TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND MINERAL PROCESSING, BHUBANESWAR held on 12th &13th September, 2015, organized by The Institution of Engineers (India), Odisha State Center and partly sponsored by Gandhi Institute of Engineering and Technolgy, Gunupur. The following students are rewarded in poster presentation.
First prize: The poster titled “Preparation of Adhessives from Tamrind seeds” has been presented by Abhilash Thakur.
Second prize: The poster titled “Exploration of utilizing structural bamboo FRP composites for housing purposes” has been presented by Sumeet Sahu, Ophelia Mundu, M.Abhilash and Hitesh Mahajan.
Third prize: The poster titled “Treatment of Dairy Waste water using orange and banana pills” have been presented by Amar Pratap Singh and Prinka Rani Nayak.
- Rahul Ranjan, Manav Kumar, Harshad Kuar & Mrinal Shekhar won the First prize at INNOVA 2k16 organized by Jadavpur University.
ISTE student Chapter
IIchE student Chapter
Chemical Engineering Students’ Association (CESA) took birth in the year 2003 with the noble objective of providing an intellectual platform for all-round development of students of the department. It functions in an environment of fellow-feeling and brotherhood. CESA now has a membership consisting of 162 students from second, third and final year students.
Activities undertaken by CESA are as follows:
National and International level Seminars & Conferences.
Mock Interviews for Personality Development.
Technical Quiz to enhance students’ subject expertise.
Debate, Essay-writing etc. to bring out the latent creative talent in them.
Student welfare funding