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Chemical Engineering is a branch of engineering that provides the necessary knowledge to convert raw materials into useful products within the realm of economy and profit. Its knowledge further helps to optimize the existing manufacturing processes thereby achieving an economical cost of production.

Today, when more emphasis is given to reduction in production cost and innovation, Chemical Engineers are in huge demand in India and worldwide. Graduate Chemical Engineers find themselves working in Chemical-Production Facilities, Plant-Designing, Marketing, Environmental-Protection Auditing, Research and Development, and many such new-age professions.

Educational
Objective

Following are the Educational Objectives of the Department of Chemical Engineering:

  • Demonstrate sustained learning and adapt to the constantly demanding industrial requirements and technologies through higher studies, professional development, and self-study
  • Sound knowledge of fundamentals and innovations to solve the problems related to Energy, Food, Environment, etc.
  • Demonstrate Critical thinking skill to analyze Industrial Processes and activities mainly concentrated on the chemical and allied industries, in order to provide sustainable solutions
  • Promote entrepreneurship and creativity through innovation and research
  • Have technological skills, soft skills, and social skills towards industry readiness and for contribution to society.
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EXPERT MATRIX

EXPERT MATRIX

  • We have 500+ faculty that includes 100+ PH. D faculty.
  • Courses taught by experts and designed specifically to improve English language skills, and subject knowledge, required for a successful entrepreneurial journey.
  • The Academic Team comprises of accomplished scientists, researchers, innovators, and entrepreneurs.

RESEARCH CAPABILITY AND FOCUS AREA

RESEARCH CAPABILITY AND FOCUS AREA

  • MEFGI has diverse research group in the area of Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, CAD/CAM, Smart Foundry, Automotive Engineering, Power Quality, and Conditioning Monitoring, Air Pollution, Water Quality, and Structural Engineering.
  • The labs and facilities at the university ensure our students learn by ‘doing’ things rather than just watching and listening.
  • Ultramodern lab in association with Bosch Rexroth, Germany is developed to impart training to students as well as faculty members, along with a joint certificate of Bosch Rexroth and Marwadi University.

360 DEGREE EDUCATION MODEL

360 DEGREE EDUCATION MODEL

  • A structured 3 tier program to ensure that students acquire necessary soft skills and professional attributes that elevate their employability index.
  • Hands-on experience with campus placement drives which give students exposure and insights into the industry and breed confidence.
  • Rigorous training programs to upgrade and innovate the teaching methodologies to help faculty stay a step ahead in the dynamic field of education.

Student
Outcomes

Owing to the fact that Technical skills are in huge demand in the market worldwide, a Student after having undergone studies in Chemical Engineering will be

  • Able to understand and brainstorm upon complex engineering problems in hand
  • Accomplished to use various methodologies to solve problems of engineering nature
  • Proficient to predict possible outcomes/consequences of any situation or problem in hand
  • Capable of modifying/innovating in order to solve 21st-century challenges

Eligibility Criteria

  • 12th in Science with minimum 45%
  • Appeared in GUJCET and registered under ACPC

Scope of
Employment

In the current scenario and for years to come, graduate Chemical Engineers have exciting career options in front of them like

  • Plant Operations: Chemical engineers are widely recruited by Organizations in the area of Petroleum, Petrochemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Fertilizers, Agro-chemicals, Dyes, and Paints. Their Primary role in such industries is to ensure smooth operations of the manufacturing plant
  • Process Designer | Simulation engineer: As Process and equipment designer, a chemical engineer will be using sophisticated software/s to design and simulate the processes and/or equipment
  • Research and Development: A Chemical engineer can find himself working in an R&D set up of an organization or a govt sponsored CSIR Labs as a research fellow or Research Scientist
  • Sales and Marketing: For the sales and marketing of Specialty chemicals, organizations recruit chemical engineers in the role of sales manager
  • Environmental Auditor: Due to stringent environmental laws and the growing necessity to protect the environment, Chemical engineers are being recruited as Environmental auditors by various Environmental auditing agencies.

Chemical
Labs

  • MASS TRANSFER LAB
  • HEAT TRANSFER LAB
  • INSTRUMENTATION AND PROCESS CONTROL LAB
  • CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING LAB
  • MECHANICAL OPERATION LAB
  • PETROLEUM PRODUCT TESTING LAB
  • FLUID FLOW OPERATION LAB
  • CHEMISTRY LAB

Welcome to the
Department of Chemical Engineering!

Chemical Engineers are at the forefront of technology and their role in modern society is becoming increasingly important. Chemical Engineering Department at MEFGI takes pride in nurturing high-quality Chemical Engineering professionals for fruitful engagement in industry, research, and academics. We endeavor to generate new knowledge and technologies in the areas of chemical processing, environment, energy, and advanced materials. We cherish a vibrant atmosphere that is scholarly, interconnected and respectful of the rich diversity of our students, staff, and faculty.

The Faculty members of the department are dynamic individuals who are committed to delivering high-quality academic programs. They are leaders in their fields and this will ensure that you are exposed to the latest developments as well as obtaining a solid basis in the engineering fundamentals. Our undergraduate program benefits from the co-operative education model, offering the best mix of classroom learning and practical experience.

The world is changing rapidly and it is facing challenges in areas of energy, water, food, health, and environment. These trials are opportunities for Chemical Engineers who are best prepared with problem-solving skills to tackle the challenges for a better and sustainable world.

Discover a world of opportunities with Marwadi University!
-H.O.D Chemical Engineering

Teaching Scheme

Semester I
Subject Code Subject Name Category Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) IA CSE Viva (V) Term work (TW)
01MA1101 Differential and Integral Calculus BS-UC 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CI0101 Elements of Civil Engineering ES-UC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01ME0101 Elements of Mechanical Engineering ES-UC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01SL0102 /
01SL0103
Reading & Writing for Technology /
Speaking & Presentation Skills
GN-UE 2 0 0 2 50 30 20 25 25 150
01GS0101 /
01GS0102
Physics /
Chemistry
BS-UC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CR0101 Value Education GN-UC 2 0 0 2 50 30 20 0 0 100
01EN0101 Basics of Environmental Studies ES-UC 3 0 0 3 50 30 20 0 0 100
Total 20 2 6 24 350 210 140 125 125 950
Semester II
Subject Code Subject Name Category Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) IA CSE Viva (V) Term work (TW)
01MA0102 Matrix algebra and vector calculus BS-UC 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CE0101 Computer Programming ES-UC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01ME0102 Engineering Graphics ES-UC 4 0 4 6 50 30 20 25 25 150
01EE0103 Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering ES-UC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01ME0104 Mechanical Workshop ES-UC 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 50 50
01PE0101 Physical Education/Sports/Yoga NCC 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 25 25 50
Total 14 2 12 20 200 120 80 125 175 700
Semester III
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) IA CSE Viva (V) Term work (TW)
01CH0301 Fluid Flow Operations PC 4 0 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0302 Stoichiometry PC 3 2 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0303 Mechanical Operations UC 4 0 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0304 Chemical Technology UC 3 2 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01MA0301 Applied Differential Equations BS 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0305 Chemical Engineers and Society-I EE 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 25 25 50
01CR0302 Professional Ethics GN-UC 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 50 50 100
Total 18 6 6 24 250 150 100 150 150 900
Semester IV
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme

(Hours)

Credits Theory

Marks

Tutorial/

Practical

Marks

Total

Marks

Theory Tutorial Practical ESE
(E)
IA CSE Viva
(V)
Term
work(TW)
01CH0401 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-I PC 3 2 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0402 Material Science & Composition PC 4 0 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0403 Heat Transfer Operations PC 4 2 2 6 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0404 Organic & Inorganic Chemistry PC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01MA0281 Statistical & Numerical Methods BS 3 2 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0405 Chemical Engineers and Society-II EE 0 0 2 1 25 25 50
Total 17 6 8 24 250 150 100 150 150 800
Semester V
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme

(Hours)

Credits Theory

Marks

Tutorial/

Practical

Marks

Total

Marks

Theory Tutorial Practical ESE
(E)
IA CSE Viva
(V)
Term
work(TW)
01CH0501 Mass Transfer Operation-I PC 4 2 2 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0502 Cleaner Production PC 3 2 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0503 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-II PC 3 2 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0504 Instrumentation & Process Control PC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0505 Safety In Chemical Industries PC 3 2 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0506 Chemical Engineers and Society-III EE 2 0 0 2 25 25 50
01CR0501 Business Benchmark HS-UC 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 50 50 100
Total 17 6 6 24 250 150 100 150 150 900
Semester VI
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme

(Hours)

Credits Theory

Marks

Tutorial/

Practical

Marks

Total

Marks

Theory Tutorial Practical ESE
(E)
IA CSE Viva
(V)
Term
work(TW)
01CH0601 Mass Transfer Operation-II Core 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0602 Chemical Reaction Engineering-I Core 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0603 Process Equipment Design Core 4 4 0 6 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0604 Open Elective UE 3 2 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
Department Elective-I EC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0607 Chemical Engineers and Society-IV EE 0 0 0 1 25 25 50
Total 16 6 8 23 800
Departmental Elective-I
01CH0606 Biochemical Engineering ES 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0604 Unit operations and Proesses ES 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
Open Elective-I
01ES0601 Renewable Energy Resources ES 3 2 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0605 Enviornmental management in chemical industries ES 3 2 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
Semester VII
B. Tech. Year IV, Sem VII                                                                                                                                                                      Evaluation Scheme
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE
(E)
IA CSE Viva
(V)
Term work (TW)
01CH0701 Process Modelling & Simulation PC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0702 Chermical Reaction Engineering-II PC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0703 Process Equipment & Design-II PC 4 2 0 5 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0704 Plant Design & Project Engineering PC 2 0 0 2 50 30 20 25 25 150
Departmental Elective-II PEC 3 0 0 3 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0705 Project I PC 0 0 8 4 0 0 0 50 50 100
Total 15 2 12 22 850
Subject Code Departmental Elective-II
01CH0706 Food Technology 3 0 0 3 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0707 Advanced Separation Techniques 3 0 0 3 50 30 20 25 25 150
Semester VIII
Subject Code Subject Name Type Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE
(E)
IA CSE Viva
(V)
Term work (TW)
01CH0801 Optimization in chemical engineering PC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0802 Transport Phenomena PC 3 2 0 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0803 Petroleum Refining & Petrochemicals PC 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
Departmental Elective-III PEC 3 0 0 3 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0804 Project II PC 0 0 16 8 0 0 0 100 100 200
Total 12 2 20 23 800
Subject Code Departmental Elective-III
01CH0805 Polymer & Nanotechnology 3 0 0 3 50 30 20 25 25 150
01CH0806 Fertilizer Technology 3 0 0 3 50 30 20 25 25 150

Placement
Stories

PLACEMENT IN SWIGGY AS OPERATIONAL MANAGER FOR ENTIRE WEST REGION.
Every year, we have around 150+ renowned companies visiting Marwadi University for campus recruitment. The education and training that we receive at Marwadi University give us an edge in the market. We are so well trained by our Learning and development department and Placement cell who work hand-in-hand, equipping us with all 21st-century skills. I was recruited in campus interview and currently, I am placed in Bangalore for my internship training. Thanks to Marwadi University, I have begun very well – and as they say, ‘Well begun is half done’, right?

DHRUMIL KOTAK – MBA, MARKETING – 2019

PLACEMENT IN ZOMATO AS REGIONAL MANAGER - 2019.
I joined Marwadi University in 2015. From that day my journey to grow and thrive began. My faculty has played a pivotal role in carving my destiny. Our ‘Learning and Development Department’ trained us with 21st-century soft skills – a must in today’s jobmarket. Thank you, Noor Ali Sir, you made our language classes stimulating. Through our Marwadi Placement Department I started my career as a subordinate in Zomato – but thanks to the skills I learned at Marwadi – within 21 days I was promoted to the post of a regional manager in ‘Zomato’. And my package is a whopping 6 lakh+.  Thank you, MU and the placement cell, – who helped me at every juncture.

RITUL SHARMA PASSED MECHANICAL ENGINEERING IN 2019

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