Introduction

The Department of Chemical Engineering translate processes developed in the lab into practical applications for the commercial production of products and then work to maintain and improve those processes. The main role of chemical engineers is to design and troubleshoot processes for the production of chemicals, fuels, foods, pharmaceuticals, and biological. They are most often employed by large-scale manufacturing plants to maximize productivity and product quality while minimizing costs. The aerospace, automotive, biomedical, electronic, environmental, medical, and military industries seek the skills of chemical engineers in order to help develop and improve their technical products, Conducting research into improved manufacturing processes, Incorporating safety procedures for working with dangerous chemicals, fabrics, adhesives for vehicles, Biocompatible materials for implants and prosthetics, Films for optoelectronic devices.

The department is determined to nurture new talent and create leaders and entrepreneurs who can bring high-level value addition to the chemical industry and the nation at large. The mission is to drive excellence in Chemical Engineering Education and training thereby leading to the creation of a common platform for connecting academia and industry in the exchange of knowledge for mutual benefit. The Department of Chemical Engineering was established in the year 2004. Since its inception, the Department has grown from leaps and is today one of the prestigious departments. Recognizing the development, accredited by NBA under Tier-I in 2015, reaccredited in November 2018 and now it’s extended to 2022 and making it the only Chemical Department in Telangana to possess such distinction.

Our professional bodies are IIChE, ISTE, ISCA, IAEng, ISEIS, PSI, and IEI. The rich academic expertise is complemented by a world-class infrastructure with 8 fully equipped laboratories and the latest ICT technologies support the learning process. With its interdisciplinary flavors, along with its diversified structure, the department is dedicated to build strong careers for students.

Outcome-based education with regular industry visits, guest lectures, conferences & workshops to make students more employable.

Highlights of the Department

  • Accredited by NBA under Tier-I in 2015 and reaccredited in 2018 and received extension till 2022
  • Established in the year 2004.
  • Strong Faculty with 4 PhDs
  • Members of IIChE, ISTE, IAEng & IEI
  • 8 state of the art laboratories
  • Chemical Engineering Innovation Centre – Research and consultancy services
  • Consistent track record of placements.
  • Extensive training to all students in Value added courses
  • MOUs with 16 companies

Programs

Under Graduate (UG) – B.Tech Chemical Engineering - 60
B.Tech Chemical Engineering Minors
Material Science and Engineering
Ph.D., (Chemical Engineering)
B.Tech Chemical Engineering Honors
Green Technology and Sustainability Engineering

Vision

To be a center of excellence for academic, research and training the students to meet the challenging needs of Chemical & allied industries and society.

Mission

1. Imparting quality technical education in emerging areas of Chemical Engineering. 2. Enhancing research & development in the area of Chemical Engineering and allied Fields. 3. Provide training by fostering the alliance with the industry and Academia.

Head of the Department

Faculty

Dr. M. MUKUNDA VANI

Ph. D Professor & Head

Dr. M. B. V. RAMANA REDDY

Ph. D Assistant Professor

Dr. T. VIJAYA KUMAR

Ph. D Assistant Professor

Mrs. P. L. V. N. SAICHANDRA

Ph. D Assistant Professor

Board of Studies

Outcome Based Education (OBE)

It’s a student-centric approach It’s not what teacher teaches, it’s what student learns. The desired outcomes are determined first and the programme curriculum, teaching and learning methodology and supporting facilities are designed to support the intended outcomes

  • Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
  • Program Outcomes (PO)
  • Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)
  • Programme Assessment Committee (PAC)
  • Department Advisory Board (DAB)

Program Educational Objectives (Peo)

  • PEO1:Acquire strong foundation in basic sciences and chemical engineering with modern experimental and computational tools.
  • PEO2:Adapt to the developing technologies through quality research and stay in-tune with current needs of the society.
  • PEO3:Inculcate professional excellence and ethical attitude, effective communication skills and entrepreneurial practices for overall development.
  • PEO4:Exhibit leadership qualities to serve organization and society as adaptable engineers through lifelong learning.

Program Outcomes (Po)

  • PO1:The students shall be able to solve problems in mathematics through differential equations, calculus-based physics, chemistry, and one additional area of science.
  • PO2:The student shall be able to Design a chemical engineering experiment to meet a need; conduct the experiment, and analyze and interpret the resulting data.
  • PO3:The students shall be able to Design a complex system or process to meet desired needs, within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  • PO4:The students shall be able to analyze a complex situation involving multiple conflicting professional and ethical interests, to determine an appropriate course of action.
  • PO5:The students shall be able to apply relevant techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools to solve a simple problem.
  • PO6:The students shall be able to Determine the global, economic, environmental, and societal impacts of a specific, relatively constrained engineering solution
  • PO7:The students shall be able to understand the impact of environment and shall be able to demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8:The students shall be able to apply the ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering Practice.
  • PO9:The students shall be able to function effectively as a member of a multi-disciplinary team and shall be able to demonstrate the ability to learn on their own, without the aid of formal instruction.
  • PO10:The students shall be able to organize and deliver effective verbal, written, and graphical communications.
  • PO11:The students shall be able to solve well-defined engineering problems in core technical areas appropriate to chemical engineering and shall be able to manage and shall be able to study the financial or the economic feasibility of the process.
  • PO12:The students shall be able to gain strong foundation in the basics of the subjects so that they can cope up in the broadest context of Technological changes.

Program Specific Outcomes (Pso)

  • PSO1:Ability to apply knowledge of advanced mathematics, physical sciences and engineering principles to practical problems in their respective professions.
  • PSO2:Ability to design innovative processes and equipment suitable to the contemporary needs of the chemical industry and to promote the qualities of leadership and employability and be able to to work in multidisciplinary teams supported by continuous Industry – Institution interaction.
  • PSO3:Ability to meet specified objectives within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability in the field of chemical engineering..

Program Assessment Committee(PAC)

The Program Assessment Committee (PAC) in the Dept. of Chemical Engineering is constituted with following faculty members. The PAC will work with all academic units to provide assistance and information for assessment activities and to increase the visibility of assessment efforts and accomplishment

Members of the PAC

  1. Dr. M. MukundaVani (Convener)
  2. Mr.T. Purushotham (Coordinator)
  3. Dr. N. Anil (Member)
  4. Dr.VenkataRamana Reddy (Member)
  5. Dr.T.Vijaya Kumar (Member)
  6. Mrs. P.L.V.N. Saichandra (Member)
  7. Mrs. N. Rama (Member)
  8. Mrs. M. Shireesha(Member)
  9. Mrs.Sk. Shaheda(Member)
  10. Mrs.D. ShruthiKeerthi(Member)

Role of PAC Members:

  • Will monitor the attainment of POs and PEOs.
  • Program effectiveness evaluation and recommends necessary changes.
  • Prepares periodic reports, records program activities, progress, status or other special reports for key stakeholders.
  • Design of assessment surveys, distribution and evaluation process.
    Motivates the faculty and students towards attending workshops, developing projects and research publications.
  • Interacts with students, faculty, program coordinator,module coordinator and outside/community agencies in facilitating program educational objectives.

Curriculum R-20

Curriculum R-18

SemesterSubjectsElectives
Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.
Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.

Program Assessment Committee

B TECH II YEAR I SEMESTERCOURSE COORDINATOR
Fluid MechanicsP L V N Sai Chandra
Material & Energy Balance ComputationsDr.N.Anil
Mechanical Unit OperationsM. Shireesha
B TECH III YEAR I SEMESTERCOURSE COORDINATOR
Chemical Reaction Engineering- IPURUSHOTHAM THEEGALA
Mass Transfer Operations-ISK SHAHEDA
Environmental Pollution and ControlN RAMA
Petroleum and Petro Chemical TechnologyPURUSHOTHAM THEEGALA
Numerical Methods in chemical Engineering Dr.T.VIJAYA KUMAR
B TECH IV YEAR I SEMESTERCOURSE COORDINATOR
Process Instrumentation and ControlDr. M. MUKUNDA VANI
Process Modeling and simulationSHRUTHI KEERTHI
Chemical process equipment designN RAMA
Transport PhenomenaP L V N Sai Chandra
Design and Analysis of ExperimentsM. Shireesha
Computational Fluid DynamicsDr.T.VIJAYA KUMAR
Convener: Dr. M. MukundaVani (Convener)

Responsibilities of Programme Assessment Committee (PAC)

  • Will monitor the attainment of POs and PEOs.
  • Program effectiveness evaluation and recommends necessary changes.
  • Prepares periodic reports, records program activities, progress, status or other special reports for key stakeholders.
  • Design of assessment surveys, distribution and evaluation process.
  • Motivates the faculty and students towards attending workshops, developing projects and research publications.
  • Interacts with students, faculty, program coordinator,module coordinator and outside/community agencies in facilitating program educational objectives.

Student Achievements/ Activities 2020-2021

Facilities

  • Calorimeter
  • Hot air oven
  • PH meter
  • Cascade control system
  • Pool boiling apparatus
  • Batch distillation apparatus
  • Non-isothermal reactor
  • Ball mill apparatus
  • MatLab software
  • Sci-Lab software
  • Open-foam software

Professional Chapters

Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA)

The Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA) is a professional body under Department of Science & Technology, Government of India. ISCA is a premiere scientific organization of the country established in 1914. ISCA has been promoting science and inculcating the spirit of science through its multifarious activities.

Indian Institute Of Chemical Engineers

Indian Institute Of Chemical Engineers is a confluence of streams of professionals from academia, research institute and industry. It provides them the appropriate forum for joint endeavors, hand-in-hand, to work for human being through application of chemical engineering and allied sciences.

Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)

The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is the leading National Professional non-profit making Society for the Technical Education System in our country with the motto of Career Development of Teachers and Personality Development of Students and overall development of our Technical Education System. The major objective of the ISTE is to provide quality training programmes to teachers and administrators of technical institutions to update their knowledge and skills in their fields of activity and to assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industry and other organizations.

International Association of Engineers (IAENG)

The International Association of Engineers (IAENG) is a non-profit international association for the engineers and the computer scientists. The goals are to promote the co-operation between the professionals in various fields of the engineering and to cultivate an environment for the advance and development of the technology. The objective includes: Promoting the interactions between the engineers; Advancing the application of engineering techniques from the academics to the industry; Facilitating the exchange of information and ideas among the engineers and scientists freely.

Chemical Reaction Engineering Laboratory

B. Tech – III – II Semester

Process Dynamic &Control Lab

B.Tech, IV year I semester

Mass Transfer Operations Laboratory

B.Tech, III year II semester

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

B.Tech, II year I semester

Mechanical Unit Operations Laboratory

B.Tech, II year I semester

Heat Transfer Laboratory

B.Tech, II year II semester

Simulation Laboratory

B.Tech, IV year I semester

Chemical Technology Laboratory

B.Tech, II year II semester

Advanced Equipment

  • IDMT relay
  • Simulation systems with MATLAB, PSPICE, high speed internet broad band
  • Trainer kits for Transmission line parameters, line and earth faults.
All Labs are supported by UPS with 2 hours backup and generator.

Industrial Visits

Academic year 2019-20
Academic year 2018-19

Faculty Guiding Ph.D

Name of the FacultyNumber of Ph. D s guiding
Prof. M. Mukunda Vani02

Faculty Pursuing Ph.D

Name of the FacultyName of the UniversityArea of Research
Mrs. M. ShireeshaIndian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), HyderabadMultiphase flow in reactors
Mr. T. PurushothamOsmania University (OU), HyderabadNanofluids in heat exchanger
Mrs. Sk. ShahedaOsmania University (OU), HyderabadReactive distillation
Mrs. D. Shruthi KeertiBirla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), HyderabadFuel cells
Mrs. P. L. V. N. Sai ChandraJawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTUA), Anantapuramu Water treatment
Mrs. N. RamaOsmania University, HyderabadPervaporation

Faculty Research Publications

Academic year 2020-21
SL.noAuthorArticle TitleJournal / ConferencePublication details
1Savita Belwal, Nighat Fahmi, Sujana Kariveda, Saritha Ramagiri, Ranhari Meena, Anita Kumari & Sandhya Kutikanti Biogenic Titanium Metal Nanoparticles Composition with Improved in vitro activity on Multidrug resistant Tuberculosis bacteria and cancer cell linesIndian Patent, Journal Number - 35/2021202141037119 Published on – 27th August2021
2Savita Belwal, Sujana Kariveda, Saritha Ramagiri, Swathi A, Shubham Kute, Suryam GoudThe anti-malignant activity of Macrotyloma uniflorum mediated green synthesized Cu and Zn metal-ligand nanocomplexesInternational Journal of research in Pharmaceutical SciencesISSN:0975-7538 No:1573-1580
3Tejaswi Jella, Giribabu LingamalluSynthesis and Photo Electrochemical Characterization of Extended π-conjugated modified Black Dye for Dye-sensitized Solar Cell Application.IJRARVol-7, 681-685 Oct-2020
4S. Shankaraiah and M. Srinivasa ReddyOptical Properties of LiF–Li2O –WO3–B2O3 GlassesInternational Journal of Scientific Research in Science and TechnologyVol-7,Issue-6 344-348,Dec-2020
5Savita Belwal, Saritha Ramagiri, Sujana KarivedaSynthesis, Characterization andAsian Journal of ChemistryVol. 32, No. 6 (2020), 1286- 1290, ISSN: 1286-1290
6Savita Belwal, Nighat Fahmi, Monika Upadhyay, Naveen SharmaSynthesis, characterization and biochemical behaviour of macrocyclic complexes of Zn(II)and Co(II) metalsJournal of Chemical ResearchPublished on 21st Feb 2020, Taylor & Francis ISSN: 2470-1556
7Savita Belwal, Bhavana Gupta, Anita Kumari, R. V Singh, Nighat FahmiSynthesis, characterization of platinum(II) complexes of Schiff base ligands and evaluation of cytotoxic activity of platinum nanoparticlesJournal of Inorganic and Nano-Metal ChemistryPurus neque ornare
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