Chemical Engineering is inextricably connected with our lives in many distinct ways; involving ways of production from drugs to garments; food to healthcare products, from molecules to genes. It is a universal branch of engineering and aims at improving the quality of life by converting raw materials into more durable and usable products.
To impart quality education and produce chemical engineers with sound fundamentals, high ethics and moral values.
Chemical Engineering is the branch of engineering concerned with the design, construction, and operation of machines and plants that perform chemical reactions to solve practical problems or make useful products. It deals with the application of physical science and life sciences with mathematic, to the process of converting raw materials or chemicals into more useful or valuable forms. Engineers in this field use math, physics, and economics to solve technical problems. They design and invent new processes. Engineers in this field are employed by almost all companies in the chemical process industry. Chemical Engineers can find jobs in chemical industries, petrochemical industries, manufacturing plants, mining industries, research Institutes, and Natural Gas industry etc.
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Chemical Engineering has to do with industrial processes in which raw materials are processed and separated into the useful products. The behavior of fluids is important to process engineering and constitutes one of the foundations for the study of the unit operations.
development of refining and petro-chemical industries in the country has made
it compulsory for the chemical engineers to understand important aspects of
petroleum refining and petrochemical technology. Petroleum refining as well as
petrochemical industries constitute a major part of chemical sector. Every
chemical engineer has to invariably handle the enormous consumption of
petroleum products, their diversity and increasing applications. Beside this, a
chemical engineer must be aware about the various properties of petroleum
fractions as well as petrochemicals.