About the Department
The Department of Chemical Engineering is well equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities. There are 11 fully equipped laboratories. The Department also developed a research and development cell encouraging faculty and students to pursue higher education and research by collaborating with research organizations, Industries and several National laboratories. The Department also provides consultancy and testing facility to industries.
The department is headed by Dr. M Mukunda Vani and supervised by highly qualified and well known professor of chemical engineering, Prof. M Bhagvanth Rao, assisted by 12 other faculty members, of these three members having Ph.D and another will be completing Ph.D within 3 to 4 months time and rest of the staff are M.Tech with Teaching and Research Experience.
Department also has well equipped classrooms with LCD Projectors, Department Library and computer centre with internet facility to impart effective education for the students.The Chemical Engineering program, with its interdisciplinary flavors along with its diversified structure is dedicated to the aspiring students and mentoring them for the broad spectrum of Chemical Engineering careers. The Highly qualified staff in the Department motivates the students to work hard and also arrange several lectures to gain the knowledge in the latest Technology and unitedly prepare them as an employable, Knowledgeable Chemical Engineers.
The department emphasizes programs in both engineering and research. Each individual student is also given an industry oriented major project and also research project in their final year which helps them in enhancing their technical skills in collaboration with national Laboratories and Local Industries. So far 8 batches have come out of the Institution. In view of above factors all the eligible candidates are gainfully employed.
All the faculties of the department are members of professional bodies like Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers and Indian Society of Technical Education. We have student chapter of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) with a membership of 150 students. The department arranges lectures from experts drawn from Industry and National Laboratories for every 15 days.
The College offers following Programs in Chemical Engineering Department.
Duration: 4 Years
To be a center of excellence for academic, research and training the students to meet the challenging needs of Chemical & allied industries and society.
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.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
Acquire strong foundation in basic sciences and chemical engineering with modern experimental and computational tools.
Adapt to the developing technologies through quality research and stay in-tune with current needs of the society.
Inculcate professional excellence and ethical attitude, effective communication skills and entrepreneurial practices for overall development.
Exhibit leadership qualities to serve organization and society as adaptable engineers through lifelong learning.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
Ability to apply knowledge of advanced mathematics, physical sciences and engineering principles to practical problems in their respective professions.
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.
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..
The students shall be able to solve problems in mathematics through differential equations, calculus-based physics, chemistry, and one additional area of science.
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.
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.
The students shall be able to analyze a complex situation involving multiple conflicting professional and ethical interests, to determine an appropriate course of action.
|The students shall be able to apply relevant techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools to solve a simple problem.|
|The students shall be able to Determine the global, economic, environmental, and societal impacts of a specific, relatively constrained engineering solution|
|The students shall be able to understand the impact of environment and shall be able to demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.|
|The students shall be able to apply the ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering Practice.|
|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.|
|The students shall be able to organize and deliver effective verbal, written, and graphical communications.|
|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.|
|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.|
Dr.M Mukunda Vani
Head of the Department
Dr.M Mukunda Vani has graduated from Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Hyderabad and did Master of Technology from Osmania University, Hyderabad under the specialization of Chemical Reaction Engineering. She completed PhD in the department of Biotechnology from JNTU, Hyderabad. She has 15 years of teaching experience. She is also a life member of ISTE and IIChE and student coordinator for IIChE Student chapter, Hyderabad Regional Centre.
She has more than 10 research publications in National and International Journals & Conferences. She has attended various conferences and workshops. She has also submitted Major Research Project under Early Research Fellow Scheme to DST. She has an expertise in establishing Chemical Engineering Laboratories of the department. Her major research areas include Biochemical Engineering and Modeling & Simulation.
Message From HOD
The chemical engineering graduates with good fundamentals have tremendous employment opportunities in BARC, NFC, PHARMAINDUSTRY, CEMENT INSUDTRY, PETROLEUM ONGC, GAIL, TEXTILE, and PULP & PAPER INDUSTRIES including software. Beside jobs, the students from the institute are getting higher education all over the world. Professional growth in chemical engineering field is much faster than any other engineering branch. The common public does not have awareness of chemical engineering discipline. The students should concentrate on conceptual learning and conduct practicals sincerely so that they can face any challenger once they go out of the institute.
|1||Dr.M.Mukunda Vani||M.Tech., Ph.D.,||Asso Prof|
|2||Dr.N.Anil||M.Tech., Ph.D||Asso Prof|
|3||Dr.Vijaya Kumar Talari||Ph.D.,||Asst Prof|
|4||Dr.M.B.Venkata Ramana Reddy||M.Tech.,(Ph.D)||Asst Prof|
|8||Mrs.D.Shruthi Keerthi||M.Tech||Asst Prof|
|10||Ms.P.L.V.N.Sai Chandra||M.Tech.,(Ph.D)||Asst Prof|
List various facilities available
- Department library facility with access to e-journals
- Industrial visits & Internships
- Speakers from various industry and national labs to bridge the gap between Academics and industries
- Student Counselling every week .
Chemical Reaction Engineering Laboratory
Chemical reaction engineering involves the selection, sizing, design, operation, and troubleshooting of chemical reactors. Chemical reactors are used to convert lower value reactants into higher value commodities are used throughout the world to produce polymers, plastics, fuel, food, paints, chemical commodities, and the like. At CRE Laboratory students learn to determine reaction kinetics, reactor troubleshooting, sizing and safe operation using batch reactors, a plug flow reactor, a continuously stirred tank reactor, tubular reactor, and the batch reactor.
Process Dynamic &Control Lab
Process dynamics and control Lab is setup to understand the basic principles involved in chemical process control industries. Students study different type of processes without controller to understand their dynamics, process connected in series in interacting and non-interacting mode, study of I/P and P/I converter and flapper nozzle system. They also understand the response of the controller in presence of feedback controllers, i.e. pressure control trainer, temperature control trainer
Mass Transfer Operations Laboratory
The purpose of this lab is to introduce the undergraduate students with the most important separation equipments in the process industry, and provide a hands-on training of the proper operation of these units. This helps in not only understanding the theoretical fundamentals of the subject but also helps to visualize its real-world applications in the process industry.
Momentum Transfer Laboratory
The Fluid Mechanics Laboratory covers practical aspects of fluid flow for both compressible and incompressible fluids and its properties. It features the following equipment: , Bernoulli’s apparatus, Osborne Reynolds Demonstration unit, Multi Pump Test Rig, Fluid Friction Measurement unit, Fixed and Fluidized Bed Equipment, centrifugal fan and centrifugal pump .
Mechanical Unit Operations Laboratory
Mechanical Operation Lab provides chemical engineering students the opportunity to observe, analyze and apply their engineering knowledge and training to the operation of equipment and processes commonly found in many chemical industries like Rotary drum filtration, Froth filtration, Centrifugal pump characteristics, Forced draft tray dryer, Vacuum notch filter, Ball mill and jaw crusher.
Lab 1: Heat Transfer Laboratory
Heat Transfer Lab is setup to understand the basic principles of heat transfer operation. Learning outcomes of the labs includes friction in pipelines and fittings, flow through packed beds and fluidized beds, diffusion coefficient, Gas absorption, different types of heat exchanger and mass transfer with chemical reaction.
Lab 1: Simulation Laboratory
The course will help students to write programs for chemical engineering problems in various basic as well as advanced programming software such as C/C++, SciLAB, Python etc. Students will solve problems using various numerical methods for chemical engineering subject which they have learnt so far. Students will get an opportunity to revise chemical engineering basics along with developing software skills.
Board of Studies
- M.Mukunda vani
- Dr Narasimha Mangadoddy
HOD ,Chemical Engineering IITH ,Member
- Dr. A.SaratBabu
HOD, Chemical Engineering NITW ,Member
- Dr. G. Prabhakar Reddy
- Dr. A.Ramesh Babu
Asst. Professor BITS Pilani Hyderabad Campus, Member
- Dr. K.Sainath,
Managing Director, Clair Engineers Pvt Ltd, Member, Member
- Mr. S.Sri.Ganesh
Research Scholar IIT Kharagpur, AGI Alumni, Member
Assoc. Professor, AGI, Member
Asst. Professor, AGI, Member
- Mrs. M. Rama,
Asst. Professor, AGI, Member
- Mrs. Sk. Shaheda
Asst. Professor, AGI, Member
Program Assessment Committee
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. Mukunda Vani (Convener)|
|2||Mr.T. Purushotham (Coordinator)|
|3||Dr. N. Anil (Member)|
|4||Dr.VenkataRamana Reddy (Member)|
|5||Dr.T.Vijaya Kumar (Member)|
|6||Mrs. Mrs.P.L.V.NSaichandra (Member)|
|7||Mrs. N. Rama (Member)|
|10||Mrs.D. Shruthi Keerthi(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 stake holders.
- 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, and module coordinator and outside/community agencies in facilitating program educational objectives.
Faculty Pursuing Research
Area: Catalysis and CRE
Status: Registered in 2013
|S.NO.||AUTHOR NAME||TITLE OF THE PUBLICATION||NAME OF THE JOURNAL/CONFERENCE||PUBLICATION DETAILS|
|1||M. Mukunda Vani,
K. Pushpitha and
P. Sagar Suresh rao
|Equilibrium Studies On Adsorption Of Organic
Contaminants From Wastewater Using Activated
Carbon From Putrescible Vegetable Waste
|Asian Jr. of Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc.||Vol. 20 (Feb. Suppl.) : 2018,
PP – S207-211, ISSN-0972-3005
|2||Savita Belwal, N. Narasimha Naidu, V.S. Aravind and M .Bhagvanth Rao||An Endeavour to Enhance the Yield of Adjuvant (Active Vaccine Emulsifier) from Esterification||International Journal of PharmaTech Research||Vol.11, Issue 2,
2018, PP – 134-142, ISSN: 0974-4304, ISSN (Online): 2455-9563
G. Priyadarshini, Y. Ramu and
|Monitoring the water quality through physicochemical
parameters and Univariate statistical analysis in lakes
|International Journal of Ecology, Environment and Conservation||Vol.24, Issue 1, January 2018,
|4||Dr.M. Mukunda Vani,
D. Shruthi Keerthi
|Kinetic Study On Production Of Protease From
|International Journal Of Current Engineering And Scientific Research (IJCESR)||Vol.5, Issue-4, 2018,
PP – 554-561,
ISSN (PRINT): 2393-8374, (ONLINE): 2394-0697
M. Prem Kumar,
L. Suresh Kumar
|Research Planning and Experimental Procedure for Production of Bio-oil by using renewable sources||International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research (IJETSR)||Vol. 4, Issue 11, November 2017,
PP – 969-973,
|6||Dr.Sridhar Reddy, M Shireesha,
P. Kartheek Rao,
|Review Of Carbon Capture For The Production Of Fuel||International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research (IJETSR)||Vol. 4, Issue 12, December 2017,
P. Kartheek rao
|Effective method for removal of lead through electro coagulation process in waste water||International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research (IJETSR)||Vol. 5, Issue 1 January 2018 ,
PP – 1147-1152,
P. Kartheek Rao,
MD. Hyder Ali,
|A Review on Effluent Treatment of Textile by Biological and Chemical methods||International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research (IJETSR)||Vol. 4, Issue 11 November 2017 ,
PP – 961-968,
|9||Dr. B. Madhusudhan, Abdul Raoof Ahmed Razvi,
Dr. N. Anil
|A Review On Development Of Clean Coal Technologies And Application To Indian Coal||International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering (IJARSE)||Vol. 6, Issue 7, July 2017,
|Analysis of Pervaporation Membrane Batch Reactor for Esterification Reactions||International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering
|Vol. 7, Issue 7, July 2017,
|11||Shaikh Shaheda, Dr.M. Mukunda Vani,
Nuthakki Sai Venkata Dinesh
|Equilibrium Studies On Reactive Extraction of Propanoic Acid Using Tributyl Amine In Different
|International Journal Of Current Engineering And Scientific Research (IJCESR)||Vol. 5, Issue-4, 2018,
ISSN (PRINT): 2393-8374, (ONLINE): 2394-0697
Ganesh M ,
Sujala Bindu V and
|Green Applications of Nanoparticles Derived from Spent Tea Leave as Solar Photo-catalyst and Water Purifier||BioTech Ind Journal,||Vol. 13, Issue 6,
PP – 1-14,
2016 - 17
|Faculty Name||Topic||Journal Name||Volume, issue and Page Nos.|
|Dr.M.MukundaVani||kinetic studies and adsorption of organic contaminants using activated carbon putresible vegetable waste||International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and development||5; 6; 97-106; 2016 ISSN 2249-6149|
|K.Meenakshi||Kinetics on xylose preparation||International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and development||Issue 7, Vol. 1 (January 2017) A ISSN 2249-6149|
|Dr. N.Anil||Kinetics on xylose preparation||International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and development||Issue 7, Vol. 1 (January 2017) A ISSN 2249-6149|
|Sk.Shaheda||Thermal exchanger integrated millifluidic reactor for esterification reactions||International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Development||Issue 6, Vol. 6 ISSN 2249-6149 (November 2016)|
|N Rama||Assessment of strength of granules prepared In rotary drum granulator based on theirResidence time||International Journal of Chem Tech Research||9; 347-361;2016.ISSN:2455-9555|
2015 - 16
|Faculty Name||Topic||Journal Name||Volume, issue and Page Nos.|
|Prof M. Bhagvanth Rao||Investigation for strength of layering of pelletized balls used as feed for gas solid reaction,||International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications||
5; 10; 60; 2015ISSN: 2248-9622
Prof .M. Bhagvanth Rao.
|Dynamic optimization of copolymerization reactor using Tabu Search||International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications||5; 10; 60; 2015 ISSN: 0019-0578|
|Dr. M.MukundaVani||Identification And Chemical Characterization Of Compounds Present In Different Solvent Extracts Of AzadirachtaIndica Through Thin Layer Chromatography Analysis||International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology||5; 2; 202-207; 2016 ISSN: 2319-1163|
|N.Rama||Optimization Of Moisture Content To Strengthening The Granules Prepared In Rotary Drum Granulator||International Journal of chemical sciences||Page no1549-1568 ISSN 0972-768X2016,|
|Dr. N.Anil||Pretreatment process for removal of lignin in Bioethanol production||International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and development – A case study||4; 6; 120-122; 2016 ISSN 2249-6149|
|K.Meenakshi||Pretreatment process for removal of lignin in Bioethanol production||International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and development – A case study||4; 6; 120-122; 2016 ISSN 2249-6149|
|Sk.Shaheda||Design and Evaluation of Millireactor to perform reactions oatsmall scale||International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and Technology||6; 4; 689-695; 2016 ISSN:2319-1058|
|Abdul Raoof Ahmed Razvi||Experimental study on properties of ternary blended self compacting concrete by adding fibre reinforcement and replacing quarry dust as sand||Global Journal of Engineering Sciences and Researches||2; 10; 849-861; 2015 ISSN 2348–8034|
|Abdul Raoof Ahmed Razvi||A review of genetic Algorithms and its applications in Chemical Engineering Research||International Journal of Engineering Sciences and Research Technology||5; 1; 89-97; 2016 ISSN: 2277-9655|
|Abdul Raoof Ahmed Razvi||Process Intensification using phase transfer catalysts||International Journal of thesis projects and Dissertations||4; 1; 56-63; 2016 ISSN 2348-3164|
|PurushothamTheegala||Optimization of Textile Dye Effluent using copper and Zinc Electrodes||International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)||Volume: 03 Issue: 06 | June-2016 ISSN:2395 -0056 Page no.2639-2642|
|Dr. SavitaBelwal||Investigation for strength of layering of pelletized balls used as feed for gas solid reaction,||International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications||
5; 10; 60;2015.ISSN: 2248-9622,
|Dr. SavitaBelwal||Inventive Triorgano tin (IV) Complexws of Biologically Potent Schiff base Derivatives||Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology||
2; 11; 34; 2015ISSN: 2394 - 658X
|Dr. SavitaBelwal||Synthetic, spectroscopic Characterization and Biological Evaluation of some innovative silicon Schiff base compounds||International Journal of Engineering Sciences and Research Technology||4; 12; 285; 2015 ISSN: 2277-9655|
|Dr. SavitaBelwal||Pharmaceutical Aspects of Intravenous Therapy: A Short Review||International Journal of Engineering Technology and Scientificinnovation||1; 3; 200; 2015|
|Dr. SavitaBelwal||Quality assessment of Polluted lake water of Hyderabad in India by Analytical parameters and statistical techniques||Journal of Environmental Biology||5; 10; 60; 2015|
|Mr.Y.DharmendarReddy||UGC Sponsored Project||Mathematics||INR 300,000/-|
|Dr.M.SrinivasaReddy||UGC Sponsored Minor Research Project||Physics||INR 310,000/-|
|Prof.M.BhagvanthRao||R & D Projects and consultancy are being carried out with local industries||Chemical||INR 500,000/-|
|Dr.N.Anil||Consultancy project - M/S. Prabhava Organics Ltd.||Chemical||INR 100,000/-|
|Dr.M MukundaVani||Consultancy project - M/S. Prabhava Organics Ltd.||Chemical||INR 100,000/-|
|Ms.Rama||Consultancy project for Enfab Ltd.||Chemical||INR 100,000/-|
2014 - 15
|Faculty Name||Topic||Journal Name||Volume, issue and Page Nos.|
|Investigation for strength of layering of pelletized balls used as feed for gas solid
Journal ofEngineering Research and Applications (IJERA)
5; 10; 60; 2015
|M.Shireesha||Green Chemistry & Green Engineering for aBlue planet-A Review||AP Akademi of Sciences special issue on Science forSociety||16; 2; 2014|
|PurushothamTheegala||Formulation Development and Evaluation of
OndansetronHcl Fast Dispersing Tablets for
Treatment of Chemotherapy
|International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
Paper ID: 020132259
|Volume 3 Issue 5, May 2014
|Dr.Ganesh||Modeling of batch process using Explicitly Time dependent Artificial Neural Networks||IEEE Transactions On Neural Networks And Learning Systems||Vol. 25, No. 5, May 2014|
|Dr.Ganesh||Experimental analysis in different batch operating units for process intensification: An esterification reaction case study||International Journal of Industrial
Int J IndChem
|Dr. SavitaBelwal||Investigation for strengh of layering of pelletized balls used as feed for gas solid reaction||International Journal ofEngineering Research and Applications (IJERA)||
5; 10; 60; 2015
|Dr. SavitaBelwal||Inventive Triorgano tin (IV) Complexws of Biologically Potent Schiff base Derivative||European Journal of Advances in Engineering and
2; 11; 34; 2015
|Dr. SavitaBelwal||Synthetic, spectroscopic Characterization and Biological Evaluation of some innovative
silicon Schiff base compounds
|International Journal ofEngineering Sciences and Research Technology (IJESRT),||
4; 12; 285; 2015.
|Dr. SavitaBelwal||Pharmaceutical Aspects of Intravenous Therapy: A Short Review||International Journal of Engineering Technology and Scientific
|1; 3; 200; 2015|
- Ms Linisha Biswal is the Institute topper with 90% -First Autonomous Batch of the Institution
- The department has 100% placement including higher education.
- Many of the students of final year published their research papers with the help of faculty members
The following students received various prizes and awards conducted under IICh.E students Chapter, Hyderabad Regional Centre.
- D Vaishnavi, IV year Chemical won BV Raju Merit Student Award by IICh.E for the year 2015 and Linisha Biswal , IV year Chemical for the year 2016 .
- K.Pushpitha and Ch.Meghana, IV year Chemical received III prize in Elecution Competition (sponsored by Sri. Allam Pandu) for the year 2016.
- P Rahul, V Vamshi Sreedhar and Maqsood Khan, II Year Chemical received III Prize in Padmasri B.V. Raju Memorial Technical Quiz competition (Sponsored by Dr B.V.RAJU) for the year 2016.
- Vennu Revanth and Chinmayi Punna received II and III Prize respectively in Ramanathan Memorial Essay Writing Competition (Sponsored by Prof. V. Gopalakrishnan) for the year 2016
One day workshop on Recent Trends in Plastic Engineering, Aug 6th 2016.
In the lecture, Mr. V. Kiran Kumar enlightened the students about various trends (past, present and emerging) in the Plastic Industry in our country. Students were introduced to the companies that are directly and indirectly involved in this field. Various types of plastics, its products and environmental issues thereof were discussed briefly and systematically. The applications of Plastics along with its limitations and various advantages and disadvantages were also briefly discussed apart from the economic structure and the future prospects of growth of the plastic industry in India and at global level in general.
Various employment opportunities were discussed by the presenter, in the Plastic Industry in the areas of Process/Manufacturing, R&D and QA/QC.
Visit to NUCLEAR FUEL COMPLEX on 17-07-2016
Better interaction between Institution and industry is the need of the hour. This will have great bearing on the Engineering Curriculum, exposure of industrial atmosphere to engineering students and subsequent placement of young graduating engineers in industries across the country. With the advent of globalization and opening up of Indian economy to outside world, competition among industries has become stiff. To solve their engineering problems they look up now to engineering Institutions. Similarly, there is an urgent need to prepare engineering students for jobs in multinational companies, by exposing them to newer technologies and engineering methodologies. These objectives can only be achieved well by bridging the gap between industry and the academic institute.
To Promote Industry Institute Interaction Following Schemes Are Being Undertaken
- Establishment of Industry-Institute Partnership /interaction Cell.
- Organizing Workshops, conferences and symposia with joint participation of the faculty and the industries.
- Encouraging engineers from industry to visit Institution to deliver lectures.
- Participation of experts from industry in curriculum development.
- Arranging visits of staff members to various industry
- Professional consultancy by the faculty to industries.
- Industrial testing by faculty & technicians at site or in laboratory.
- Joint research programmes and field studies by faculty and people from industries.
- Visits of faculty to industry for study and discussions or delivering lectures on subjects of mutual interest.
- Visits of industry executives and practising engineers to the Institute for seeing research work and laboratories, discussions and delivering lectures on industrial practices, trends and experiences.
Name of The Industry
- Indian Institute of Chemical Technology
- V.V. Med Labs Limited
- Biomax Limited
- Prabhava Organics Limited
- Hychem Laboratories Limited
- Enfab Limited
- Rane Engine Valves Limited
- Bhagiratha Chemicals and Industries Pvt. Ltd.
- Malladi Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
- SPARKVEE Fine Chemicals Pvt. Ltd.
- Nippy Chemicals Pvt. Ltd.
- Rhyme Organics and Chemicals Ltd.
- Ram Charan Oil Industries
- Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
- Rakshit Drugs Pvt. Ltd
- Swetech Environms India Pvt. Ltd.
- Inventa Chemicals Ltd.
- Sri Krishna Pharmaceuticals Ltd
- Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Limited.
- Celestial Bio lab Ltd.
- Southern Online Biotechnology Ltd.
Academic year 2017-2018 placements.
|S.No||Roll Number||Name of the Student||Name of Company|
|1||14H61A0803||B MANOGNA||PREMIER PLASTICS INDUSTRIES,SANGAREDDY DIST|
|2||14H61A0804||KODIKAL EKAAMBARI||ARCI(Advanced Research Centre for Power Metallurgy and New Materials),BALAPUR|
|3||14H61A0807||PONNALA RAHUL||ZEN CHEMICONSULTECH PVT.LTD,HYDERABD|
|4||14H61A0809||ETHI KIRAN RAJ||AMAZON,HYDERABAD|
|5||14H61A0811||ANEGONDI NATERI ACHYUTH||AMAZON,HYDERABAD|
|6||14H61A0813||TIPPARAM.N. UMAMAHESHWARA CHARY||INDIAN NAVY,INDIAN NAVAL SHIP,VIKRAMADITYA|
|8||14H61A0817||MAQSOOD KHAN||BIOMAX ,SHAMEER PET|
|9||14H61A0818||UGGE VAMSHI SRIDHAR||VERNIX TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD|
|10||14H61A0819||SHAIKH MOHD KHALEEL||COVALENT LABORATORIES PRIVATE LIMITED,SANGAREDDY DIST|
|12||14H61A0828||PREM KUMAR.M||SIGACHI INDUSTRIES PVT LIMITED,HYDERABAD|
|13||14H61A0829||KOTAMRAJU VENKATA CHAITANYA||RAJMANDRY PAPER MILL|
|14||14H61A0830||P.KARTHEEK RAO||VASANTH CHEMICAL PRIVATE LIMITED,VISAKHAPATNAM|
|15||14H61A0831||J SRIKANTH REDDY||SPIC(SOUTHERN PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRIES CORPORATION LIMITED),TUTICORIN,TAMILNADU|
|16||14H61A0832||SIRIPURAM RUSHITHA||VERNIX TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD|
|17||14H61A0833||SYED FAEQUE SYED ISRAR||DIVIS LABORATORIES,GACHIBOWLINHYDERABAD|
|18||14H61A0834||DHIRAJ TALLAWAR||COVALENT LABORATORIES PRIVATE LIMITED,SANGAREDDY DIST|
|19||15H65A0801||ANNAMDASU BHASKAR||VISION DRUGS PVT LTD|
|20||15H65A0802||BOGA SAI KIRAN||EMPYREAN LIFE SCIENCES PVT LTD|
|21||15H65A0805||KANDAGATLA NARESH||AURORE LIFE SCIENCE,MADHAPUR,HYDERABAD|
|22||15H65A0807||MD.HYDER ALI||HETERO CORPORATE,HYDERABAD|
|23||15H65A0811||SYED AZHAR||AUROBINDO PHARMA ,BOLLARAM INDUSTRIAL AREA,HYD|
Academic year 2016-2017 placements.
|S.No||Roll Number||Name of the Student||Name of Company|
|1||13H61A0804||BELLAM ABHISHEAK||Laurus labs,Shameerpet,hyderabad|
|2||13H61A0807||CHINMAYI PUNNA||Amazon(Development Center Private limited)|
|3||13H61A0808||C VAMSHIDHAR||Core vision Pvt Ltd,hyderabad|
|4||13H61A0809||CH ANIL KUMAR||Divis Laboratories,Gachibowli,hyderabad|
|5||13H61A0810||D SUJITH RAO||Micro labs,Kukatpally,Hyderabad|
|6||13H61A0811||GANESH MORE||Avra Laboratories Pvt.Ltd,Nacharam,hyderabad|
|7||13H61A0813||G SHUBHAM VILAS||Avra Laboratories Pvt.Ltd,Nacharam,hyderabad|
|8||13H61A0814||G RAJASHEKAR||Zen adsorption Pvt Ltd|
|9||13H61A0819||KATKAM SRINIVAS||Knoah Solutions Pvt. Ltd,Hyderabad-Esupport officer|
|10||13H61A0820||K S V V DINESH K||SVR Drugs & Intermediates Pvt Ltd|
|11||13H61A0822||KRISHNA KARANKOT||ReGe Engredea Private Limited|
|12||13H61A0823||M MANOJ KUMAR||Piramal health care products Pvt Ltd(Nalanda Corporative Services LTD)|
|13||13H61A0824||M SRINIVAS||ReGe Engredea Private Limited,Chityal mandal,Nalgonda Dist|
|14||13H61A0825||ZUBER B P||ReGe Engredea Private Limited,Chityal mandal,Nalgonda Dist|
|15||13H61A0826||MANDALA HIMAJA||Avra Laboratories Pvt.Ltd,Nacharam,hyderabad|
|16||13H61A0834||POREDDY HARINI||Spectrum Bio sciences,Balanagar,Hyderabad|
|17||13H61A0835||RAGAM SRINIVAS||Premier Plastic Industries,sangareddy dist|
|18||13H61A0836||SUSHEEL S||Aurobindo Pharma Limited,Executive-,Kondapur,Hyderabad|
|19||13H61A0840||V.SANDEEP||ONGC,Graduate Apprentice Trainee|
|20||13H61A0841||MD SAFEER QURESHI||Premier Plastic Industries|
|21||14H65A0801||D.MAHENDER||Arene life sciences,Unit-I,Pashamylaram,API Company|
|22||14H65A0807||J.BHARATH KUMAR||Senior Research Fellow,BITS,Pilani|
|23||14H65A0809||CHIRALA GOPI KRISHNA||Arene life sciences,Unit-I,Pashamylaram,API Company|
|24||14H65A0810||P.SHORYA PRAKASH||Arene life sciences,Unit-I,Pashamylaram,API Company|
|25||14H65A0811||SRUJAN||KEP engineering,Apuroopa Colony,Hyderabad|
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 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.
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The Institution of Engineers (India) (IEI) is the premier professional body of engineers in India. IEI Vision is to enable practice of ethical ethos and pursuits of professional excellence for engineering fraternity to serve the humanity through inclusive growth.
The ‘ELEMENTS” is a technical club of Department of Chemical Engineering, Anurag Group of Institutions (Autonomous). The aim of the club is to provide an overall development of students by engaging them in technical, cultural and moral activities. It is also aimed to provide a platform to the students to interact and share ideas with teachers, researchers and scientists on various disciplinary and interdisciplinary engineering and environmental issues.
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- Dept of Chem Engg, organised a guest lecture on 01/10/2016
- The department conducts Technical Symposiums, Seminars, Workshops, in collaboration with Indian Institute Of Chemical Engineers
The department conducted a National Level Technical Fest “RASAYANIKA2K15” on October 8th-9th of 2015
- Organized Industrial Visits to :
- M/s CLAIR Engineering. Pvt Ltd., on 17th October 2015
- Nuclear Fuel Complex, Hyderabad on 8th January 2016
- ACC Cement, Wadi, Karnataka on 23rd January 2016
Sewage Treatment Plant, Hyderabad on 13th October 2015
- The department organizes interaction sessions of students with esteemed and successful people belonging to the field of Chemical Engineering from National and International Organizations
- Dr.P. Ramesh, Managing Director, Sparkvee Private Limited on 8th October 2015
Srikanth V. Joshi, Additional Director, ARCI on 9th October 2015.
- The Department organizes lecture series by senior scientist / Professor from NFC, IICT, DMRL, NIT WARANGAL, IIT CHENNAI, and IIT GUHAWATI.
- A guest lecture by Mr. Francis Kunjumin, Director-R and D for Holy Grace Academy of Engineering and Management Studies on 9th September 2015 at Anurag Group of Institutions, Hyderabad. The title is Spices, Herbs, Extract and Technopreneurship
- Conducts quiz sessions for the students to encourage sharing of knowledge and intellectual discussions.
- Department encourages students to participate in National Service Scheme and Group of Rural Activities.
- Students of Chemical Engineering 2nd Year have conducted Aarambh Summer Camp which was held from May 2nd to May 11th 2016 at Koremmula Village, Ghatkesar Mandal. The main motto of this camp is to target students of classes 7, 8 and 9 from the village. The curriculum in the Camp included Yoga, Spoken English and Communication Skills, Sports and Story Telling.
- Nss special camp 2k16 was held at korremula village on February 19th to 25th 2016. The curriculum included village survey, shrama dhaan, tree plantation, health&eye camp, swach bharath & awareness program school and educating them to write names
- NSS special camp was held in Korramula village from 22th to 28th February 2015
- Harita haram at Nandanavanam, Narapally.
- Blood donation camp was held on 26th September 2015 in the college where our students volunteered.
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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)