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Diploma in Chemical Engineering

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Educational
Objectives

Keeping in view the employment opportunities of diploma holders in Chemical Engineering, the course is aimed at developing following knowledge and skills in the students:

  • Basic understanding of concepts and principles related to applied sciences as a foundation for further studies.
  • Development of communication and interpersonal skills for effective functioning in the world of work.
  • Understanding of basic concepts and principles of chemical engineering, so as to enable the students to apply the knowledge and technical skills of these principles to the field of chemical engineering.
  • Ability to read and interpret drawings related to plant layout, process equipment and components.
  • Knowledge of various materials used in chemical processes, their properties and specifications,
  • Knowledge and associated skills of various unit operations, unit processes and process instrumentation in process industry.

Scope of
Employment

Chemical Engineering Diploma graduates are in great demand in Public & Private Sector Petroleum Refineries, Fertilizers complexes and various other Chemical plants offering decent salaries and career growth as per current market trends. Diploma engineers in chemical industries are primarily responsible for operations of the plant and its periodic maintenance. With experience, diploma engineers are given greater responsibilities of the plant sections giving them thorough exposure to technical & management aspects. Overall, in India, being a Diploma Chemical Engineer is a rewarding career option full of opportunities.

Student
Outcomes

With the provision of highly trained staff, a direction of specialists specialized in a theoretical and practical framework with technical skills and well-equipped labs/infrastructure, offering voluminous of learning openings that would produce the following outcomes:

  • Identify, evaluate, formulate and solve process-related technical and operational problems with technical skills.
  • Basic understanding of process designing principles.
  • Plan and implement projects, using project management tools and skills.
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with a variety of audiences, using appropriate language structure, style, and graphical support.
  • Implement knowledge of the Safety, Health, and Environmental (SHE) impact of chemical processing activities, by identifying the impact and measures used to control these impacts.

Eligibility
Criteria

For the purpose of admission to the Professional Diploma Courses, a candidate shall have passed the qualifying examination (SSC, STD.10) from, (i) The Gujarat Board; or (ii) The Central Board of Secondary Education Board (CBSE) or the Council of Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi or the International School Board or the National Institute of Open Schooling or equivalent, with minimum eligibility criteria of percentage of marks in subjects prescribed by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) from time to time.

Chemical
Labs

  • Heat Transfer Lab
  • Mass Transfer Lab
  • Chemistry Lab
  • Fluid Flow Operation Lab
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab
  • Mechanical Operation Lab
  • Instrumentation & Process Control Lab

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Semester I
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
09MA0101Mathematics-IBS24065030202525150
09GS0102Applied ChemistryBS40265030202525150
09CH0101Chemical Engineering
Equipment Design
ES24065030202525150
09SL0101Communication Skills-IHSS00220030202525100
09CE0101Computer Fundamental SkillES00440030202525100
09ME0102Mechanical WorkshopES00440030202525100
Total881228150180120150150750
Semester II
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
09MA0201Mathematics-IIBS24065030202525150
09CH0201Unit Operation – 1ES20465030202525150
09ME0101Engineering DrawingES20465030202525150
09SL0201Communication Skills-IIHSS00220030202525100
09CI0203Environment Conservation & Disaster ManagementES00440030202525100
09CH0202Electrical Pumps and Valves Operation SkillES00660030202525100
Total642030150180120150150750
Semester III
Subject CodeSubject NameTypeTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal
TheoryTutorialPracticalESEIACSEVivaTerm workMarks
Theory Component
09CH0301Unit Operation – IIPCC20445030202525150
09CH0302Industrial Stoichiometry PCC24065030202525150
09CH0303Safety & Pollution MeasuresPCC20445030202525150
09MA0301Basic CalculusBS22045030202525150
Skill Component
09CH0304Reactor & Boiler operation skillPCC0042030202525100
Total861220200180120150150800