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Semester-wise Pattern for Students Admitted to B.E. (Hons.) Chemical Engineering Programme

Year

First Semester

U

Second Semester

U

 

 

 

 

I

BIO

F110

Biology Laboratory

1

MATH

F112

Mathematics II

3

BIO

F111

General Biology

3

ME

F110

Workshop Practice

2

BITS

F112

Technical Report Writing

2

CS

F111

Computer Programming

4

BITS

F110

Engineering Graphics

2

EEE

F111

Electrical Sciences

3

MATH

F111

Mathematics I

3

CHEM

F110

Chemistry Laboratory

1

BITS      

F112   

Thermodynamics

3

MATH

F113

Probability and Statistics

3

PHY

F111

Mechanics, Oscillations and Waves

3

PHY

CHEM      

F110

F111

Physics Laboratory

General Chemistry

1

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17

 

 

 

20

 

 

 

 

 

 

II

MATH

F211

Mathematics III

3

CHE

F244

Separation Processes I

3

 

 

Humanities Electives

3(min)

MGTS

F211

Principles of Management

3

CHE

F211

Chemical Process Calculations

3

 

 

Humanities Electives

3(min)

CHE

F214

Engineering Chemistry

3

CHE

F241

Heat Transfer

3

CHE

F213

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

3

CHE

F242

Numerical Methods for Chemical Engineers

3

CHE

F212

Fluid Mechanics

3

CHE

F243

Material Science & Engineering

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18(min)

 

 

 

18(min)

Summer                                                             BITS F221 Practice School –I

                                                                                (For PS Option Only)

 

 

 

 

 

 

III

 

 

Open/ Humanities Electives

3 to 6

 

 

Open/ Humanities Electives

3 to 6

CHE

F312

Chemical Engineering Laboratory I

3

CHE

F341

Chemical Engineering Laboratory II

3

CHE

F313

Separation Processes II

3

CHE

F342

Process Dynamics & Control

3

CHE

F311

Kinetics & Reactor Design

3

CHE

F343

Process Design Principles II

3

CHE

F314

Process Design Principles I

3

 

 

Discipline Electives

6

 

 

Discipline Electives

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18/21

 

 

 

18/21

 

 

 

IV

 

 

Open Electives

5 to 11

BITS

F412

Practice School II

or

20

 

 

Discipline Electives

6

BITS

F421T

Thesis

or

16

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thesis (9) and Electives

(6 to 9)

15 to 18

 

 

 

11/17

 

 

 

15/20

                        Discipline Core – 45 Units (15 Courses)                                     Discipline Electives – 15 Units (5 Courses)

Note: 
 
1. This is operative pattern for the students who are admitted from August 2011 onwards as approved by the         Senate appointed committee, subject to change if the situation warrants.
2.  First year courses are shuffled between two semesters for the convenience of laboratory arrangements. 
3.  Student can opt either first semester or second semester of IVth year for doing Practice school II / Thesis.  
 
Pool of Discipline Electives: Environmental Pollution Control, Process Equipment Design, Process Plant Safety, Transport Phenomena, Molecular and Statistical Thermodynamics, Process Plant Design Project I, Process Plant Design Project II, Modelling and Simulation in Chemical Engineering, Chemical Process Technology, Bio-chemical Engineering, Corrosion Engineering, Advanced Process Control, Fluidization Engineering, Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals, Environmental Management Systems, Polymer Technology, Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering, Introduction to Multiphase flow,  Nuclear Engineering, Energy Conservation and Management, Introduction to NanoScience and Technology, Paper and Pulp Technology, Alternate Energy Resources, Petroleum Product Characterization, Advanced Separation Technology, Advanced Mass Transfer, Advanced Heat Transfer, Petroleum Reservoir Engineering, Petroleum Refinery Engineering, Petroleum Downstream Processing, Process Intensification, Energy Integration Analysis, Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, Reaction Engineering.
 
Minor degree in Materials Science and Engineering was introduced in July 2015. Any first degree student can opt Minor degree at the end of second year (after completing four semesters). Cilck here for more information. 
 
M.E Chemical Engineering was introduced  from the academic year 2015. Click here for more information. 
 
PhD students admitted for the program are required to write PhD qualifying examination based on two subareas from following list.
 
Subareas for PhD Qualifying Examination     
 
1.  Transport Phenomena & Separation Processes
2. Chemical Reaction Engineering & Thermodynamics
3. Material Science & Engineering
4. Environmental Engineering
5. Energy and Process System Engineering
6. Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering
7. Biochemical Engineering
 
       Click here for more detailed information about subareas 


 
 
 

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