Chemical Engineering

These programs are meant for basically those professionals who are already working in technical departments of the corporate sector. These courses enable our students to go ahead and achieve higher profiles in their respective organizations through a high profile curriculum.

CoursesDiploma in Chemical EngineeringBachelors Program in Chemical EngineeringMaster Program in Chemical Engineering
EligibilityS.S.C with Work Experience3 Years Diploma or HSC with 3 years Work ExperienceGraduate or Diploma with 5 years Work Experience
SyllabusSEM – I
1. Applied Mathematics – I
2. English Communication
3. Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
4. Inorganic Chemistry
5. Applied Chemistry – I
SEM – II
1. Communication Skills
2. Engineering Mechanics
3. Engineering Drawing
4. Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering
5. Engineering Mathematics
SEM – III
1. Applied Mathematics – II
2. Industrial Chemistry
3. Mechanical Operation
4. Chemical Process Technology – I
5. Stoichiometry
SEM – IV
1. Physical Chemistry & Materials of Construction
2. Electrical & Electronics
3. Plant Utility
4. Fluid Flow Operation
5. Chemical Process Technology – II
SEM – V
1. Plant Safety & Maintenance
2. Energy Management
3. Heat Transfer Operation
4. Chemical Process Instrumentation & Control
5. Chemical Reaction Engineering
SEM – VI
1. Environmental Technology
2. Chemical Engineering Drawing
3. Mass Transfer Operation
4. Petro Chemical Engineering
5. Alcohol Technology
SEM – I
1. Calculus
2. Physics
3. Mechanics of Solids
4. Engineering Graphics
5. English
6. Linear Algebra
SEM – II
1. Chemistry
2. Environment & Energy Studies
3. Art of Programming
4. Elements of Electrical Engineering
5. Communication Skills
6. Electronic Devices & Circuit
SEM – III
1. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
2. Chemical Engineering Calculation
3. Process Information & Analysis
4. Mathematics – III
5. Basic Electronic Engineering
6. Production Engineering
SEM – IV
1. Fluid Mechanics
2. Mechanical Operation
3. Organic Chemical Technology
4. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics – II
5. Strength of Materials
6. Basic Electronic Engineering
SEM – V
1. Heat Transfer
2. Mass Transfer – I
3. Process Equipment Design (Mechanical) – I
4. Inorganic Chemical Technology
5. Numerical Analysis & Computer Application
6. Chemical Process Instrumentation & Control
SEM – VI
1. Mass Transfer – II
2. Process Equipment Design – II
3. Process Dynamics & Control
4. Chemical Reaction Engineering
5. Engineering Materials
6. Petro Chemical Engineering
SEM – VII
1. Project Engineering, Economics & Management
2. Process Equipment Design – III
3. Fuel Combustion Energy Technology
4. Transport Phenomena
5. Petroleum Refinery Engineering
6. Polymer Technology – I
SEM – VIII
1. Process Utilities & Safety
2. Optimization Techniques in Chemical Engineering
3. Environmental Pollution Control Engineering
4. Process Modeling & Simulation
5. Polymer Technology – II
6. Polymer Technology – II
SEM – I
1. Mathematical Methods in Chemical
2. Advanced Fluid Mechanics Engineering
3. Advanced Mass Transfer
4. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
5. Advanced Transport Phenomena
6. Advanced Heat Transfer
7. Distillation
SEM – II
1. Chemical Reaction Engineering
2. Advanced Process Dynamics & Control
3. Process Modeling & Simulation
4. Research Methodology
5. Project Management
6. Optimization Techniques
7. Safety & Hazards
SEM – III
1. Analytical Techniques
2. Composite Materials
3. Nuclear Fuel Cycles
4. Bio-fuels
5. Biomedical Engineering & Engineering Health Care
6. Health Physics
7. Power Plant Design
SEM – IV
1. Renewable Energy Engineering
2. Biochemical Process Design
3. Enzyme Engineering & Technology
4. Bioreactor Analysis
5. Food Technology
6. Chemical Plant Safety & Occupational Hazards
7. Specialization
Duration1 ~ 3 Years1 ~ 4 Year1 ~ 2 Year
Fees29000/-39000/-36000/-

DIRECTOR’S DESK

Welcome you all Aspirants…

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From Director’s Desk : GITMS

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