- The basic eligibility criteria for pursuing B.E Chemical Engineering course is a pass degree in 10+2 or Higher Secondary Examination or equivalent examination in Science stream and with subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Maths with a reasonably high percentage of marks in aggregate and clearing the different national and state level entrance examinations.
- Selection to B.E Chemical Engineering degree course is based on the marks secured in final merit list i.e. total marks aggregated in the final exam of 10+2 and the entrance exam taken together.
- A Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is conducted by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in the country. The entrance to the IITs can be secured only after clearing JEE.
B.E Chemical Engineering course can be completed in a span of 4 years which is divided into eight semesters, with each semester lasting for a period of six months.
[Description from merged course]
A candidate needs to pass 10+2 Science and JEE exam or Institute level entrance exam.
Admission criteria is Merit of 10+2 Science and or JEE or Institute level Entrance exam or through Institute level Management quota.
Chemical engineering is a traditional branch of engineering, which applies the basic concepts of physical sciences and life sciences to produce, transform, transport, and use chemicals, materials and energy appropriately. In today's world, advances in chemical engineering have enabled engineers to create synthetic substitutes for our inadequate natural materials and resources. The objective of the Chemical Engineering undergraduate course is to prepare skilled professionals for taking leading positions in the chemical industry.
[Description from merged course]
the basic eligibility criteria for this course is 10+2 Science exam of national level JEE exam or Institute level entrance exam. A diploma in the same branch can take direct admission to second year degree.
Admission is based on merit of 10+2 science or JEE or Institute level exam
Candidates joining this course need to have a strong background in chemistry and mathematics. Chemical engineering graduates make chemistry happen. This course is all about the design and operation of chemical processes and the conceptual understanding and design of technically useful materials. The course is designed to equip the graduates with the skills required to take up leading positions in the chemical industry.
It is an undergraduate Chemical Engineering course. It combines the study and application of the principles of chemistry and engineering to solve problems involving the production or use of chemicals. The degree provides the theoretical knowledge in the operation and development of chemical processing plants as well as equipment used in these plants. B.E Chemical Engineering course is very valuable and career orienting one which opens a lot of jobs and opportunities both in private and government sector. Chemical Engineering degree course objective is to prepare skilled professionals who can hold leadership positions in the chemical and petro-chemical industries.
Interested candidates can go for further higher degrees in the respective field such as M.E Chemical Engineering or M.Tech Chemical Engineering.
Advantages or benefits of B.E Chemical Engineering course
- Chemical engineers are some of the highest paid professionals in the country.
- The chemical and petroleum industries are reserved job areas for chemical engineers.
- Environment concerns such as waste reduction and biohazard clean-up activities are catching attention of the whole world. Chemical engineers will enjoy high demand and wider scope in these areas.
- Chemical engineers can develop everything from fibres to artificial organs for human transplant and thus the wide scope and broad application of B.E Chemical Engineering degree has and will always continue to provide the degree holders the opportunities to take up work in almost any field of interest such as chemical manufacturing, healthcare, electronics, biotechnology, clothing, pulp and paper, etc.
[Description 2 from merged course]
The eight semester course is taught using theory, practical, tutorial, project, and various academic activities. Students undergo basic subjects namely: physics, maths, applied chemistry, applied mechanics, engineering drawing etc. The second and the third year curriculum comprises of basic subjects of electronic materials, process engineering, energy, food processing, electronic materials, safety, environmental, electrochemical processes, polymers, biochemical engineering etc. The course curriculum is designed to prepares the student to face the real world challenges in the chemical domain.
The basic role of a chemical engineering graduate is to design and develop processes in chemical sector namely: oil and gas; pharmaceuticals; energy; water treatment; manufacturing, healthcare, design and construction, pulp and paper, petrochemicals, nuclear energy, mineral based industries , food processing, polymers, biotechnology, and environmental health and safety industries, plastics; toiletries etc. There are also ample job opportunities in the government sector in healthcare, atomic power plants, environment regulation, recycling department and power conservation projects. Chemical engineering has always been one of the sought after branches for few decades.
Graduates can opt for ME or M Tech in Chemical Engineering or MBA if they desire to pursue higher education.
[Description 2 from merged course]
This four year course spreads across eight semesters with the curriculum comprising of starting with basic subjects, core subjects, electives pertaining to chemical engineering. These are taught using theory – instructor based lectures, tutorials, practical , mini projects etc. The candidates take up projects in the final year or the final semester, depending on the University. Overall the graduates completing this course are equipped to manipulate natural processes and or produce materials or chemicals which are economically safe, and environmentally benign.
The chemical engineering graduates can be employed in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, pulp and paper, petrochemicals, food processing, polymers, biotechnology, and environmental health and safety industries etc. They apply the concepts of chemistry learnt to solve problems pertaining to the production or use of chemicals and other products. Their job profiles may include the design of equipment and processes for large-scale/ medium –scale/ small-scale chemical manufacturing plants, plan and test the techniques of manufacturing products and chemically treating the byproducts, or supervising production.
The graduates can opt for research by joining a post graduate course or pursue a degree in MBA.
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