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    Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University

                                                            Lonere,Dist.Raigad Pin-402103(MS)

                               (Established by Govt of Maharashtra vide Act No.XXII of 1989)

Annual Report

  • 2015-2016
    Academic Advisors Report for Chemical Engineering 2015-2016
    Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University
    ACADEMIC AUDIT OF DEGREE COLLEGE
    Format for submission of Academic Advisors Report (AAR)
    I-COLLEGE PROFILE( To be filled in by the IQAC Co-ordinator/Director)
    Name of the College, Website, email and Ph.No. Department of Chemical Engineering
    Name of the Principal, email & Mob.No Dr. P.V.Vijay Babu, pvvijaybabu@dbatu.ac.in, 9422494063
    Name of the Vice-Principal, email & Mob. No.
    Name of the IQAC Coordinator, email & Mob. No.
    Year of Establishment & own land if any 1992, University Land
    NAAC Grade with Cycle, Accredited Year ( if not Accredited Status of Preparations) NAAC B
    UGC Recognition (2F & 12 B) YES
    College Working Hours( if shift system mention details of both shifts & give reasons for shift system) 8.00 A.M. TO 6.00 P.M.
    No. of Posts Sanctioned: 14
    Course wise & Year wise Students strength particulars ( Proforma enclosed & to be submitted along with AAR) ATTACHED
    II-CURRICULAR ASPECTS
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    Impression of Academic Advisor with grade A(Good)/B( Satisfactory)/C (poor) after observation Recommendation/Suggestions by Academic Advisors
    Grade Actual Status
    Implementation of Annual Institutional Plan A A
    Departmental Annual Curricular Plans A A
    Departmental Activity Registers ( Dept. Wise) A A
    Add-on Courses (Department-wise) completed during Academic Year B B Need to have more certification add-on courses
    Add-on Courses (Department-wise) in Academic Year B B Need to have more certification add-on courses
    Coverage of Syllabus (Average Percentage) A A Almost 90-95% Coverage is desired.
    Teaching of HVPE & Foundation Courses B B Paedogogy Workshop, Industrial Visits should focus on professional skills and behaviour
    Teaching of Environmental Science and Ethics B B Seminars, Soft Skills should focus on professional and ethical values.
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    Impression of Academic Advisor with grade A(Good)/B( Satisfactory)/C (poor) after observation Recommendation/Suggestions by Academic Advisors
    Grade Actual Status
    Maintenance of Student Attendance Registers A A Attendance is maintained online
    Feedback forms on Curriculum from students A A student feedback should be collected online
    III-TEACHING, LEARNING & EVALUATION
    Teaching Diaries & Plans in the Prescribed Formats A A
    Co-Curricular Activities ( College Level) A A More students should be encouraged to prticipate in Technical events, Conference etc
    Academic Competitions ( College & Above level) A A More students should be encouraged to prticipate in Technical events, Conference at national and international level.
    Conduct of Internal Examinations-continious assessment & Mid-Term Test A A Online submission and evaluation of assignments should be done
    Subject wise result analysis A A
    Teacher wise result analysis A A
    Remedial Classes A A
    Record of Evaluation of Teachers by Students A A
    IV-RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY
    Is the College a Recognized Research Centre YES
    No. of Research Guides in the College 4
    No. of Research Scholars working for M.Phil & Ph. D 7
    Major/Minor/Other Research Projects B B 1
    Research Papers Published in Academic year ( International /National ) A A International - 04, National -04
    Papers Presented in Academic year ( International /National/ State level confernces ) A A International - Nil, National -01
    Books Published in Academic year (Single Author/ Co Author) B B 1
    Seminars/Workshops/ Training Programme Conducted in Academic year ( International /National/ State ) C C NIL
    Record of Consultancy in Academic year A A IRG of Rs. 17,50,000 is generated through Consultancy Work
    Record of MOUs in Academic year B B
    VI-EXTENSION ACTIVITIES
    Record of Subject/Department Related Extension Activities
    Name of the NSS PO & Mobile No. H. N. Warahtkar, 9403316374
    NSS Attendance register A A Maitained at University Level
    NSS Activity register A A Maitained at University Level
    Name of the NCC ANO & Mobile No. M. P. Bhagat, 7588265601
    NCC Attendance register A A Maitained at University Level
    NCC activity register A A Maitained at University Level
    Name of the Eco- & Innovation Club Coordinator & Mobile No. NIL
    Eco- & Innovation Club Activities C C NIL
    Technology & retain C C NIL
    Technology Development and Transfer Cell Activities C C NIL
    Any other Club A A ChEA
    IV-LEARNING RESOURCES
    Name of the Librarian & Mob.No S P Vaidya, 94233382280
    Access timings of the Library 9.30 A.M. to 5.30 P.M.
    Circulation of Books among Students A A
    Availability of Previous years Question papers C C Last Three years question papers Should be made available in the department.
    Avaialbility of model answers of previous examinations B B Model answers are availble with Exam Department.
    Record of Visitors to Library A A Maitained by Library and Department Library is maintained by Lab Assistant.
    Status of Library Automation NIL
    e- Resources Various Journal and Resources are subscibed and made available online.
    Number of E-Journals IEEE
    Number of Print Journals
    Access to NPTEL courses A A
    Number of Print Journals
    Access to NPTEL courses A A NPTEL Lectures are downloaded and made available on the local server.
    Access to Spoken Tutorials A A Covered in QEEE Program
    Access to e-learning tutorials A A Covered in QEEE Program
    N TED-X activity on campus Various video lectures are shown to students in university campus.
    VII-Student Support Activities
    Name of Dean/Faculty Incharge & Mob.No Prof. Shivanand Chavan
    Activities and Support for Sports A A Students are encouraged to participate in various Univeristy, State and National Level events. Students won medals and trophies.
    Records of events conducted and significant achievements in Sports & Games A A Record of participation and achievements in various events is maitained at department level.
    Record of cultural programmes conducted A A Record of participation and winners of various cultural events is maitained at department level.
    Record of any other extra-curricular activities conducted A A Extra-curricular activities like Streetplay competition, Debate, Essay writing Competition, Elocution Competition etc. are being conducted for the students.
    Record of Students trained in different verticals Speacialised Trainings A A Students attends various STTPs, workshops, Industrial trainings and Inernships
    Record of Students placed in In campus placement A A 8 out of 70
    Name of Career Guidance Coordinator and Mob.No Dr. P.V.Vijay Babu, 9422494063
    Record of activities Career Guidance and placement cell B B Various expert talks and soft skills development programs are conducted and recorded.
    Implementation of Departmental Research Plan B B
    IQAC activities & maintenance of records , (Action Plan/Minutes of Meeting/ submission of AQAR to NAAC etc) A A minutes of every meeting is maintained by HOD office.
    Record of Alumni Association Activities B B Alumni Ineraction Committee needs to be established.
    Record of Grievance Redressal Cell / Anti Ragging Cell A A Anti Ragging Cell is formed with participation of faculty members, parents and students.
    Awards and Prizes earned by students B B Records of various Achievements needs to be maintained by HOD office.
    Mentoring / Counseling System B B Faculty members guide the students for their higher studies and buiding proper career.
    VIII-Basic Amenities
    Maintenance of drinking water A A Number of Water coolers and filters in the campus should be increased and cleaned more frequently
    Maintenance of Sanitation B B more university workers should be appointed for the purpose.
    Rest room for women students B B show directions using board
    Greenery & Cleanliness A A more university workers and administrators should be appointed for the purpose.
    Health Care Facility B B First Aid Kit available with department should be made visible.
    Canteen A A Available
    IX-GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP
    Staff meetings Register B B Records of various meetings needs to be maintained by HOD office.
    Functioning of Committees in Administration ( Minutes of Meetings) A A Various comittees are available at department level with participation of faculty, parents and teacher.
    Awards/Achievements of faculty B B
    Faculty development initiatives A A Faculties should actively participate in STTPs and Paedogogy workshop.
    Staff meetings Register B B Records of various meetings needs to be maintained by HOD office.
    Functioning of Committees in Administration( Minutes of Meetings) A A Various comittees are available at department level with participation of faculty, parents and teacher.
    Awards/Achievements of faculty B B
    Faculty development initiatives A A Faculties should actively participate in STTPs and Paedogogy workshop.
    X - IT INITIATIVES
    e-class rooms(Number & Usage) B B 1) Edusat, used for QEEE lectures, NPTEL lectures, TED talks and Video Conferencing.
    Internet Centre A A Computer center with own server available at University should use high speed internet.
    Computer labs ( No. of labs & working systems) A A 1 computer labs with 18 working computers.
    XI-Best Practices
    Record of best/innovative practices by the institution A A Best Practices needs to maintained by the Department.
    College Activity Register/ Annual Report A A AR are maintained and submitted by depertment to VC office.
    Hard Copy of AQAR A A Submitted.
    Over All Impression on the College A A-
  • 2016-2017
    Academic Advisors Report for Chemical Engineering 2016-2017
    Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University
    ACADEMIC AUDIT OF DEGREE COLLEGE
    Format for submission of Academic Advisors Report (AAR) 2016-2017
    I-COLLEGE PROFILE( To be filled in by the IQAC Co-ordinator/Director)
    Name of the College, Website, email and Ph.No. Department of Chemical Engineering
    Name of the HoD, email & Mob.No Dr. Y.S. Mahajan, ysmahajan@dbatu.ac.in, 9421939941, 9923188748
    Name of the Vice-Principal, email & Mob. No.
    Name of the IQAC Coordinator, email & Mob. No. Dr. L.N.Singh, lnsingh@dbatu.ac.in, (M):8087369025
    Year of Establishment & own land if any 1992, University Land
    NAAC Grade with Cycle, Accredited Year ( if not Accredited Status of Preparations) B Grade, 2015
    UGC Recognition (2F & 12 B) YES
    College Working Hours( if shift system mention details of both shifts & give reasons for shift system) 8.00 A.M. TO 6.00 P.M.
    No. of Posts Sanctioned: 14
    Course wise & Year wise Students strength particulars ( Proforma enclosed & to be submitted along with AAR) ATTACHED
    II-CURRICULAR ASPECTS
    item
    Impression of Academic Advisor with grade A(Good)/B( Satisfactory)/C (poor) after observation Recommendation/Suggestions by Academic Advisors
    Grade Actual Status
    Implementation of Annual Institutional Plan A A
    Departmental Annual Curricular Plans A A
    Departmental Activity Registers ( Dept. Wise) A A
    Add-on Courses (Department-wise) completed during Academic Year B B Need to have more certification add-on courses
    Add-on Courses (Department-wise) in Academic Year B B Need to have more certification add-on courses
    Coverage of Syllabus (Average Percentage) A A Almost 90-95% Coverage is desired.
    Teaching of HVPE & Foundation Courses B B Paedogogy Workshop, Industrial Visits should focus on professional skills and behaviour
    Teaching of Environmental Science and Ethics B B Seminars, Soft Skills should focus on professional and ethical values.
    item
    Impression of Academic Advisor with grade A(Good)/B( Satisfactory)/C (poor) after observation Recommendation/Suggestions by Academic Advisors
    Grade Actual Status
    Maintenance of Student Attendance Registers A A Attendance is maintained online
    Feedback forms on Curriculum from students A A student feedback should be collected online
    III-TEACHING, LEARNING & EVALUATION
    Teaching Diaries & Plans in the Prescribed Formats A A
    Co-Curricular Activities ( College Level) A A More students should be encouraged to prticipate in Technical events, Conference etc
    Academic Competitions ( College & Above level) A A More students should be encouraged to prticipate in Technical events, Conference at national and international level.
    Conduct of Internal Examinations-continious assessment & Mid-Term Test A A Online submission and evaluation of assignments should be done
    Subject wise result analysis A A
    Teacher wise result analysis A A
    Remedial Classes A A
    Record of Evaluation of Teachers by Students A A
    IV-RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY
    Is the College a Recognized Research Centre YES
    No. of Research Guides in the College 4
    No. of Research Scholars working for M.Phil & Ph. D 7
    Major/Minor/Other Research Projects B B 1
    Research Papers Published in Academic year ( International /National ) A A International - 02, National -02
    Papers Presented in Academic year ( International /National/ State level confernces ) A A International - Nil, National -01
    Books Published in Academic year (Single Author/ Co Author) B B 1
    Seminars/Workshops/ Training Programme Conducted in Academic year ( International /National/ State ) C C NIL
    Record of Consultancy in Academic year A A IRG of Rs. 12,50,000 is generated through Consultancy Work
    Record of MOUs in Academic year B B
    VI-EXTENSION ACTIVITIES
    Record of Subject/Department Related Extension Activities
    Name of the NSS PO & Mobile No. H. N. Warahtkar, 9403316374
    NSS Attendance register A A Maitained at University Level
    NSS Activity register A A Maitained at University Level
    Name of the NCC ANO & Mobile No. M. P. Bhagat, 7588265601
    NCC Attendance register A A Maitained at University Level
    NCC activity register A A Maitained at University Level
    Name of the Eco- & Innovation Club Coordinator & Mobile No. NIL
    Eco- & Innovation Club Activities C C NIL
    Technology & retain C C NIL
    Technology Development and Transfer Cell Activities C C NIL
    Any other Club A A ChEA
    IV-LEARNING RESOURCES
    Name of the Librarian & Mob.No S P Vaidya, 94233382280
    Access timings of the Library 9.30 A.M. to 5.30 P.M.
    Circulation of Books among Students A A
    Availability of Previous years Question papers C C Last Three years question papers Should be made available in the department.
    Avaialbility of model answers of previous examinations B B Model answers are availble with Exam Department.
    Record of Visitors to Library A A Maitained by Library and Department Library is maintained by Lab Assistant.
    Status of Library Automation NIL
    e- Resources Various Journal and Resources are subscibed and made available online.
    Number of E-Journals IEEE
    Number of Print Journals
    Access to NPTEL courses A A
    Number of Print Journals
    Access to NPTEL courses A A NPTEL Lectures are downloaded and made available on the local server.
    Access to Spoken Tutorials A A Covered in QEEE Program
    Access to e-learning tutorials A A Covered in QEEE Program
    N TED-X activity on campus Various video lectures are shown to students in university campus.
    VII-Student Support Activities
    Name of Dean/Faculty Incharge & Mob.No Prof. Shivanand Chavan
    Activities and Support for Sports A A Students are encouraged to participate in various Univeristy, State and National Level events. Students won medals and trophies.
    Records of events conducted and significant achievements in Sports & Games A A Record of participation and achievements in various events is maitained at department level.
    Record of cultural programmes conducted A A Record of participation and winners of various cultural events is maitained at department level.
    Record of any other extra-curricular activities conducted A A Extra-curricular activities like Streetplay competition, Debate, Essay writing Competition, Elocution Competition etc. are being conducted for the students.
    Record of Students trained in different verticals Speacialised Trainings A A Students attends various STTPs, workshops, Industrial trainings and Inernships
    Record of Students placed in In campus placement A A 8 out of 70
    Name of Career Guidance Coordinator and Mob.No Dr. P.V.Vijay Babu, 9422494063
    Record of activities Career Guidance and placement cell B B Various expert talks and soft skills development programs are conducted and recorded.
    Implementation of Departmental Research Plan B B
    IQAC activities & maintenance of records , (Action Plan/Minutes of Meeting/ submission of AQAR to NAAC etc) A A minutes of every meeting is maintained by HOD office.
    Record of Alumni Association Activities B B Alumni Ineraction Committee needs to be established.
    Record of Grievance Redressal Cell / Anti Ragging Cell A A Anti Ragging Cell is formed with participation of faculty members, parents and students.
    Awards and Prizes earned by students B B Records of various Achievements needs to be maintained by HOD office.
    Mentoring / Counseling System B B Faculty members guide the students for their higher studies and buiding proper career.
    VIII-Basic Amenities
    Maintenance of drinking water A A Number of Water coolers and filters in the campus should be increased and cleaned more frequently
    Maintenance of Sanitation B B more university workers should be appointed for the purpose.
    Rest room for women students B B show directions using board
    Greenery & Cleanliness A A more university workers and administrators should be appointed for the purpose.
    Health Care Facility B B First Aid Kit available with department should be made visible.
    Canteen A A Available
    IX-GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP
    Staff meetings Register B B Records of various meetings needs to be maintained by HOD office.
    Functioning of Committees in Administration ( Minutes of Meetings) A A Various comittees are available at department level with participation of faculty, parents and teacher.
    Awards/Achievements of faculty B B
    Faculty development initiatives A A Faculties should actively participate in STTPs and Paedogogy workshop.
    Staff meetings Register B B Records of various meetings needs to be maintained by HOD office.
    Functioning of Committees in Administration( Minutes of Meetings) A A Various comittees are available at department level with participation of faculty, parents and teacher.
    Awards/Achievements of faculty B B
    Faculty development initiatives A A Faculties should actively participate in STTPs and Paedogogy workshop.
    X - IT INITIATIVES
    e-class rooms(Number & Usage) B B 1) Edusat, used for QEEE lectures, NPTEL lectures, TED talks and Video Conferencing.
    Internet Centre A A Computer center with own server available at University should use high speed internet.
    Computer labs ( No. of labs & working systems) A A 1 computer labs with 18 working computers.
    XI-Best Practices
    Record of best/innovative practices by the institution A A Best Practices needs to maintained by the Department.
    College Activity Register/ Annual Report A A AR are maintained and submitted by depertment to VC office.
    Hard Copy of AQAR A A Submitted.
    Over All Impression on the College A A-

Chemical Department

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    Departmental Information

    Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University

    Department of Chemical Engineering

    1. Established in the year 1992 with B.Tech (intake 60)
    2. M.Tech in Chemical Engineering in 2000 (intake 18)
    3. M.Tech in Environmental Engineering in 2001 (intake 18)
    4. Ph.D. in 2001



    Government Institutes that offer Chemical Engineering Programme


    1. ICT Mumbai
    2. IITs
    3. NITs
    4. DBATU, Lonere
    5. LIT Nagpur
    6. UDCTs (Jalgaon, Amaravati & Aurangabad)
    7. SGGSIT



    Department Faculty


    1. Dr. P.V.Vijay Babu:
    2. B.Tech and M.Tech (NIT Warangal), Ph.D. (IIT Bombay)
    3. Dr.V.S.Sathe:
    4. B.Tech (Pune Uni.), M.Tech (IIT Bombay), Ph.D. (IIT Madras)
    5. Dr. Y.S.Mahajan:
    6. B.Tech (Mumbai Uni.), M.Tech and Ph.D. (IIT Bombay)
    7. Dr. A.R. Chavan:
    8. B.Tech (DBATU, Lonere), M.Tech (IIT Kanpur), Ph.D. (IIT Bombay)
    9. Shri A.M. Ghugal:
    10. B.Tech and M.Tech (LIT Nagpur)
    11. Mrs. S.P. Dhongade:
    12. B.Tech (Amaravati Uni.), M.Tech (DBATU, Lonere)



    Contract faculty


    1. Mr. Siddhesh Palande [M.Tech (DBATU, Lonere)]
    2. Miss Reshma Devale [B.Tech and M.Tech (DBATU, Lonere)]
    3. Mr. Sharad Pinjari [M.Tech (NIT Warangal)]
    4. Miss Vaishali [M.Tech (VNIT, Nagpur)]



    Head of the Department


    • Dr. Y.S. Mahajan



    Department staff


    • Class III

    1. Shri B.D. Bairagi
    2. Shri Y.N. Kamble
    3. Shri S.D. Patil
    4. Shri Shinde (on contract basis)

    • Class IV

    1. Shri P.B. Thale + 2 more on daily wages basis

Analytical Lab

CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING

Sr.No. Name of Experiment
1 Isothermal Semi-Batch Reactor
2 Isothermal Plug Flow Reactor
3 Isothermal Batch Reactor
4 Emulsion polymerisation Reactor
5 RTD Plug Flow Reactor
6 RTD Of Packed Bed Reactor
7 Isothermal Tubular Reactor
8 RTD Studies in CSTR
9 Isothermal CSTR
10 Adiabatic Batch Reactor
11 Plug Flow Reactor Straight Tube Type

FLUID FLOW OPERATION

Sr.No. Name of Experiment
1 Reynolds Apparatus
2 Losses due To Pipe fitting
3 Calibration Of Rotameter
4 Frictional Pressure Drop In circular Pipe
5 Bernoullis Theorem Verification Apparatus
6 Venturimeter Test Rig

HEAT TRANSFER OPERATION

Sr.No. Name of Experiment
1 Concentric Pipe heat Exchanger
2 Heat Transfer In Natural Convection
3 Shell And Tube Heat Exchanger
4 Heat Transfer In Laminar Flow
5 Finned Tube Heat Exchanger
6 Heat Transfer In Turbulent Flow
7 Single Effect Evaporator

Process Dynamics And Control

Sr.No. Name of Experiment
1 CDynamics Of Single Tank System
2 Interacting And Non-Interacting Systems
3 Wetted Wall Column

MASS TRANSFER OPERATION

Sr.No. Name of Experiment
1 Sieve Plate Distillation
2 Forced Draft Tray Dryer
3 Fluidized Bed Dryer
4 Absorption In Packed Bed
5 Wetted Wall Column
6 Heat Transfer In Turbulent Flow
7 Packed Bed Distillation
8 Vapour-Liquid Equilibrium

Teaching Faculty

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    Dr.Abhijit Ramchandra Chavan

    Associate Professor

    • BIODATA
      • Name :Dr.Abhijit Ramchandra Chavan
      • Designation : Associate Professor
      • Education : Ph.D(IIT, Bombay), M.Tech(IIT, Kanpur), B.Tech(Dr. BATU, Lonere).
      • Experience : 21 years in teaching and research.
      • Email : archavan@dbatu.ac.in, archavan72@yahoo.com
      • Contact : 9987891080
      • Research Interests:
        • Study of bioprocesses
        • Environmental Engg,
        • Modeling and simulation
        • Herbal Sciences
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    Miss Reshma Rohidas Devale

    Associate Professor

    • BIODATA
      • Name : Miss Reshma Rohidas Devale
      • Designation : Assistant Professor
      • Education : B.Tech. (Petrochemical Engg.) from from Dr.B.A.T.U.,Lonere. M.Tech. (Chemical Engg.) from Dr.B.A.T.U.,Lonere.
      • Experience : Teaching Assistant for 1 year, Currently Assistant Professor in Dr. B.A.T.U.,Lonere.
      • Email : reshmadevale1992@gmail.com
      • Contact : 9545391591 / 8149565604
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    Prof. Suvarna P. Dhongade

    Assistant Professor

    Academic Positions

    • Present 2007

      Assistant Professor

      Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University,Lonere

    • 2017 2008

      Timetable co-ordinater

      Working as Departmental Timetable co-ordinator

    • 2016

      Rector

      Dhavalgiri Girls Hostel in Dr.BATU university,Lonere

    • 2013 2009

      Assistant Rector

      Assistant Rector in Dhawalgiri Girls Hostel in Dr. B. A. T. U.campus,Lonere

    Education & Training

    • Post Graduate2007

      Post Graduate Diploma in Piping Engg.

      Thane University

    • M.Tech. 2006

      M.Tech.

      Dr.BATU university

    • B.Tech.2004

      B.Tech.

      Amravati University

    • Diploma2001

      Chemical Engg.

      Government Polytechnic,Arvi

    Training program attended

    • Training
      • MHRD, Gol, TEQUIP-II sponsored “Two Week Training Programme on Process Design and Intensification : Fundamentals and application” organized by Department of Chermical Engineering, Northe Maharashtra University , Jalgaon during December26, 2016 to January 04, 2017.
      • TEQUIP-II sponsored one week FDP on “Advances in Control Systems” organized by the department of Electrical Engineering of Dr. BATU, lonere, from 7-11 November 2016
      • “Advances and Practicese in Heating, Ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration” organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, during January 8-12 2013 under TEQUIP-II.
      • “Nanotechnology”, organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, during December 10-14 2012 under TEQUIP-II.
      • “ High Impact Teaching Skill” organized at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, during February27-29, 2012.
      • Two weeks Staff Development Programmeon “Recent Trends in Chemical Engiineering and Technology” organized by Priyadarshani Institute of Engineering and Technology at Nagpur during June15-25, 2011.
      • Two weeks STTP on “Sunrise Technologies in Environmental And Energy Scienec and Soft Skill Workshop”, organized by Saraswati College of Engineering, Kharghar, navi Mumbai, during December 7-20, 2009.
      • ISTE-AICTE approved STTP On “Application Based Numerical Methods for Chemical Enineers using MATLAB” organized by Chemical Engineering Departemnt, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedlkar Technological Universirsty, Lonere During March 9-14, 2004.
      • Two days national Workshop on “Steam Engineering-Innovative Approach” organized at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, and Institute of Chemical Technology, University of Mumbai Jointly with Forbs Marshall Pvt Ltd , Pune under TEQUIP networking during 16-17 January 2009.

    Program Organised

    • Organised
      • A Program on Self defense by Social Activist Ulkatai Mahajan for University Girls Students on November 4, 2014 at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological university, Lonere.
      • An expert talk on “Research planning” by Dr. Bhushan Chaudhari, NMU Jalgaon on 18th March 2017 for interdisciplinary Mtech And PhD students at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere.
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    Prof. A. M. Ghugal

    Associate Professor

    • BIODATA
      • Name :prof.Arun M. Ghugal
      • Designation : Associate Professor
      • Education : B.Tech in Chemical Engg., M.Tech in Petrochemical Engg
      • Experience : Teaching experience of 26 years
      • Email : amghugal@gmail.com
      • Contact : 7507032522
      • Research Interests:
        • Process Equipment Design and drawing
        • Chemical Process Technology
        • Plant safety and Utilities
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    Mr. Siddesh Vijay Palande

    Assistant Professor

    • BIODATA
      • Name : Mr. Siddesh Vijay Palande
      • Designation : Assistant Professor
      • Education : B.E.(Chemical Engg.) from Finolex Academy of Management & M.Tech (Chemical Engg.) from Dr.B.A.T.U.,Lonere.
      • Experience : Teaching Assistant for 1 year, Currently Assistant Professor in Dr.B.A.T.U.,Lonere.
      • Research Area:Process Systems Engineering, Chemical Reaction Engineering
      • Email : sidu6203@gmail.com
      • Contact : 07066922062 /09422510974
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    Mr. Sharad Dhyanu Pinjari

    Assistant Professor

    • BIODATA
      • Name :Mr.Sharad Dnyanu Pinjari
      • Designation : Assistant Professor
      • Education : B.E. (Chemical Engg.) from Tatyasaheb Kore Institute of Engineering & Technology,Warananagar. M.Tech (Chemical Engg.) from National Institute of Technology,Warangal
      • Experience : Currently Assistant Professor in Dr.B.A.T.U.,Lonere.
      • Email : sharad.pinjari2020@gmail.com
      • Contact : 9491859280
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    Dr.Vivek S.Sathe

    Assistance Professor

    • BIODATA
      • Name :Dr. Vivek S. Sathe
      • Designation : Assistant Professor
      • Education :
        • B.Tech (Petrochemical Engineering), Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, 2009.
        • M.Tech (Chemical Engineering), Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, 2012.
        • Ph.D (Chemical Engineering), Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, pursuing from 2012.
      • Experience :
      • Publication :5
      • Email : vssathe@dbatu.ac.in
      • Contact : 9421259080
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    Dr.P. V. Vijay Babu

    Professor

    Academic Positions

    • Present 1997

      Professor of Chemical Engineering

    • 1997 1993

      Assistance Professor

      Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University

    • 1993 1992

      Assistance Professor

      Tatyasaheb Kore Institute of Engineering and Technology, Warananagar, Kolhapur

    • 1989 1987

      experience

      worked in industry

    Education & Training

    • Ph.D. 1992

      Ph.D.

      IIT BOMBAY

    • M.Tech.1987

      M.Tech.

      NIT WARANGAL

    • B.Tech.1984

      B.Tech.

      NITWARANGAL

    • Research
      Research Interest
      • Laminar Flow Heat Transfer Augmentation
      • Non-Newtonian Fluids
      • Environmental Engineering
      • Thermodynamics
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    Miss.Vaishali Sudhakar Waghmare

    Assistant Professor

    • BIODATA
      • Name :Miss Vaishali Sudhakar Waghmare
      • Designation : Assistant Professor
      • Education : B.Tech.(Chemical Engg.)from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology,Nagpur.,M.Tech.(Petrochemical Engg.) from Laxmiarayan Institute of Technology,Nagpur.
      • Experience : Teaching experience of 1 year at SGGSIE &T,Nanded. Currently Assistant Professor in Dr.B.A.T.U.,Lonere
      • Email : waghmare982@gmail.com
      • Contact : 9766681363
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    Dr.Y. S. MAHAJAN

    Head of Department

    Academic Positions

    • Present 2017

      Head Of Department

      Associate Professor

    • 2008 2007

      Best Teacher

      Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University

    • 2006 1998

      Lecturer

      Department of chemical EnggDr.BATU University

    • 1998 1995

      Lecturer

      Institute Of Petrochemical Engg ,Lonere

    • 1995 1991

      Lecturer

      Konkan Education Society’s Engineering College (K. E. S. E. C.) Pen, Raigad, Affiliated to Bombay University

    Education & Training

    • Ph.D. 2007

      Ph.D.

      IIT BOMBAY

    • M.Tech.1998

      Master in Technology

      IIT BOMBAY

    • B.E.1990

      BOMBAY UNIVERSITY

    Membership of Professional Bodies

    • Membership
      Name of Body status
      Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) LIfe Member
      Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) LIfe Member

    STTP Attended

    • Attended
      STTP attended:
      • Education Technology: May 10 – 21, 1999, ISTE STTP, Dr. B. A. T. University, Lonere, Course Coordinator: Dr. R. B. Mankar, Department of Chemical Engineering, (Two weeks).
      • Intellectual Property Rights: April 17 – 21, 2000, Dr. B. A. T. University, Lonere, Course Coordinator: Dr. P. V. Vijay Babu, Department of Chemical Engineering, (One week)
      • Sludge Treatment and Membrane Technology: January 16 – 25, 2001, Dr. B. A. T. University, Lonere, Course Coordinator: Dr. D. P. Mishra, Department of Chemical Engineering, (One week)
      • Computer Aided Design in Chemical Processes: December 23 – 28, 2002, Dr. B. A. T. University, Lonere, Course Coordinator: Dr. D. P. Mishra, Department of Chemical Engineering, (Two weeks)
      • Piping Engineering: QIP/CEP Certificate Course, December 6 – 19, 2006, IIT Bombay, Course Coordinator: Prof. A. S. Moharir, CAD Center, IIT Bombay (Two weeks)
      • Process Simulators for Chemical Engineering Applications, June 2 - 7, 2008, NIT Warangal. Course Coordinator: Prof. S. Sarath Babu (One Week)
      Conferrence attended:
      2004 Chemcon 2004, Yogesh S. Mahajan, Sudhir. V. Dapurkar and Sanjay M. Mahajani, Mumbai Preparation, Characterization and Applications of Catalytic Packings
      2006 Chemcon 2006, Yogesh S. Mahajan, Ravindra S. Kamath and Sanjay M. Mahajani, Bharuch, Gujarat Potential of Semi Batch Reactive Distillation (SBRD) for aldol condensation of acetaldehyde with methyl ethyl ketone
      2006 Chemcon 2006, Yogesh S. Mahajan, Ravindra S. Kamath, Ankur K. Shah and Sanjay M. Mahajani,Bharuch, Gujarat Recovery of trifluoroacetic acid from aqueous dilute solutions: Batch kinetics and reactive distillation studies
      2008 Chemcon 2008, Yogesh S. Mahajan, S. Bhavsar and S. Kamat, Chandigarh, Punjab Distillation of Azeotropic Mixtures: The Simulation Approach
      2009 AChemE 2009, Anup S. Pardey and Yogesh S. Mahajan, Patiala, Punjab Simulations in the Reactive Distillation Environment: Case Study ofManufacture of Tetrahydrofuran From 1, 4 – Butanediol Over Ion Exchange Resins”

    STTP Conducted

    • conducted
      STTP conducted
      • Application Based Numerical Methods for Chemical Engineers using MATLAB TM, ISTE – AICTE – STTP, 09 – 14 March, 2009, jointly coordinated by Dr. Vivek S. Sathe and Dr. Yogesh S. Mahajan
      • Advances in Chemical Engineering: Recent Trends (ACERT), 26 - 30 March 2012, Sponsored by University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi, jointly coordinated by Prof. V. P. Jawanjal and Dr. Yogesh S. Mahajan
      • Recent Trends in Energy Research, TEQIP-II sponsored one week STTP, jointly coordinated by Dr. Neeraj Agrawal and Dr. Yogesh S. Mahajan, 07-11D

    Conference Conducted

    • Dec 2014
      Conference Conducted
      Enery Need and Recent Trends, 19 - 20 December 2014, jointly coordinated by Dr. Neeraj Agrawal and Dr. Yogesh S. Mahajan with Prof. P. K. Brahmankar as the convener

    Sponsored Project Handled

    • sponsorship
      Sponsoring Agency Title of project Amount of grant period
      A.I.C.T.E.,New Delhi Process Development in Reactive Distillation Rs.10,35,000/- 2009-12
      U.G.C.,New Delhi Value Added Esterification of Trifluoroacetic acid in Dilute Aqueous Solutions: Studies in Reactive Distillation Rs.9,42,000/- 2011-14
      O.N.G.C.(O.E.C.),New Delhi Simulation Studies on the Sulfur – Iodine (SI) Closed Loop Thermochemical Process for Production of Hydrogen Using Suitable Simulation and Application Software Rs.7,41,000/- 2009-11

Lab Faculty

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    Mr. Bairagi Bhanudas D.

    Lab Technician

    • BIODATA
      • Name :Mr. Bairagi B.D
      • Designation : Laboratory Technician
      • Education :Diploma Mechanical, B.A.
      • Experience : 28 years
      • Email : bairagibd@gmail.com
      • Contact : 9423806892
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    Mr.Yogesh Namdev Kamble

    Lab Technician

    • BIODATA
      • Name :Mr.Yogesh Namdev Kamble
      • Designation : Laboratory Technician
      • Education :Diploma in computer hardware and Networking Technology, B.A.
      • Experience : 24 years
      • Email : ynkamble@gmail.com
      • Contact : 9272459386
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    Mr.Sanjay Dadaji Patil

    Lab Technician

    • BIODATA
      • Name :Mr.Sanjay Dadaji Patil
      • Designation : Lab Technician
      • Education : B.Sc.CHEMISTRY, M.Sc. CHEMISTRY(First Class),B.Ed. (Physical Education)
      • Experience : 22 Years in Dr.B.A.T.U.,Lonere.
      • Achivement :Best Supportive Staff Award Among Class II and Class III(2007-2008) in Dr.B.A.T.U.,Lonere.
      • Email : sanjaypatil1671@gmail.com
      • Contact : 9421166241
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    Mr.Thali Parshuram B.

    Peon

    • BIODATA
      • Name :Mr.Thali Parshuram B.
      • Designation : Peon
      • Education :SSC
      • Experience : 24 years
      • Email : -
      • Contact : 9028593547
                                                                                                                        Sort by year:

Industrial applications of reactive distillation: recent trends, RS Hiwale, NV Bhate, SM Mahajani, International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering 2 (1), 2004

Y.S.MAHAJAN RS Hiwale, NV Bhate, SM Mahajani
Publication2004

Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 47 (1), 25Self-condensation of cyclohexanone over ion exchange resin catalysts: Kinetics and selectivity aspects-33, 2008

Y.S. MAHAJAN RS Kamath, PS Kumbhar, SM Mahajani,
publication Kinetics and selectivity aspects-33, 2008

Recovery of trifluoroacetic acid from dilute aqueous solutions by reactive distillation Separation and Purification Technology 59 (1), 58-6, 2008

Y.S. MAHAJAN AK Shah, RS Kamath, NB Salve, SM Mahajani
publication2008

Investigation of the performance of chitosan as a coagulant for flocculation of local clay suspensions of different turbidities

Y.S. MAHAJAN MV Jadhav
publication KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 17 (2), 328-334, 2013

Recovery of acids from dilute streams: A review of process technologies, VD Talnikar, YS Mahajan, Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering 31 (10), 1720-1731, 2014,

Y.S. MAHAJAN VD Talnikar
publication Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering 31 (10), 1720-1731, 2014

Production of tetrahydrofuran by dehydration of 1, 4-butanediol using Amberlyst-15: Batch kinetics and batch reactive distillation, VM Shinde, GN Patil, A Katariya, YS Mahajan, Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 95, 241-248, 2015

Y.S. MAHAJAN VM Shinde, GN Patil, A Katariya
productionProcessing: Process Intensification 95, 241-248, 2015

Purification of tetrahydrofuran from its aqueous azeotrope by extractive distillation: Pilot plant studies, OA Deorukhkar, BS Deogharkar, YS Mahajan, Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 105, 79-91, 2016

Y.S. MAHAJAN OA Deorukhkar, BS Deogharkar
publictaion Process Intensification 105, 79-91, 2016

(2011), Studies on the Adsorption of Brilliant Green Dye from Aqueous Solution on to Low-Cost NaOH Treated Saw Dust, Desalination, 273, 321-329.

P.V. Vijay babu Mane V.S.
publication

Heat Transfer in a circular tube and square duct fitted with swirl flow generators: A review, International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications, vol 2, no. 5, pp. 326-331, 2011.

P.V. Vijay Babu S.V. Patil,
publicationApplications, vol 2, no. 5, pp. 326-331, 2011

“ Energy Retrofit Studies in Diethyl Thiophosphoryl Chloride (DETC) Plant, International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 439-444, 2011.

P.V. VIJAY BABU Y.P.Bhalerao, Suhas V. Patil
publicationInternational Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 439-444, 2011

Heat transfer enhancement for laminar flow of ethylene glycol through a square duct fitted with increasing and decreasing orders of twisted tape, International Journal of Heat Transfer – Asian Research (John-Wiley Publisher), vol. 41 (3), pp. 227-240, May 2012.

P.V. VIJAY BABU S.V. Patil
publication International Journal of Heat Transfer – Asian Research (John-Wiley Publisher), vol. 41 (3), pp. 227-240, May 2012.

Heat transfer and pressure drop studies through square duct fitted with increasing and decreasing order of twisted tape” Accepted for publication in International Journal of Heat transfer Engineering (Taylor and Francis Publishers), July 2012.

P.V.VIJAY BABU S.V. Patil
publicationPublication in International Journal of Heat transfer Engineering (Taylor and Francis Publishers), July 2012

Heat transfer enhancement through a square duct fitted with twisted tape inserts, International Journal of Heat Mass Transfer (Springer), vol. 48, pp. 1803-1811, 2012.

P.V. VIJAY BABU S.V. Patil
publicationInternational Journal of Heat Mass Transfer (Springer), vol. 48, pp. 1803-1811, 2012.

Flow heat transfer augmentation through a square duct and circular tube with twisted tapes, Accepted for publication in International Journal of Experimental Heat Transfer, Taylor & Francis Publishers, in October, 2012

P.V. VIJAY BABU S.V. Patil
publication International Journal of Experimental Heat Transfer, Taylor & Francis Publishers, in October, 2012

Experimental heat transfer and friction factor studies through a square duct fitted with helical screw tapes, Accepted for publication in Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, John-Wiley publishers, March 2013.

P.V. VIJAY BABU S.V. Patil
PublicationPublication in Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, John-Wiley publishers, March 2013.

Effect of various parameters on formation of polyurea microcapsules by interfacial polycondensation techniques, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 4, Issue 9, September-2013.

P.V. VIJAY BABU K.T. Jadhav,
PublicationInternational Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 4, Issue 9, September-2013.

Some studies on removal of phenol from waste water using low cost adsorbent, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC & ENGINEERING RESEARCH VOLUME 4, ISSUE 8, AUGUST-2013.

P.V. VIJAY BABU M.W. Barve
publicationInternational Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 4, Issue 8, August-2013.

Optimization of Lime- Soda Process Parameters for Reduction of Hardness in Aquaculture Practices using Taguchi Methods. Accepted for publication in Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, NEERI, India.

P.V. VIJAY BABU Yavalkar S.P., A.G.Bhole and Chandra Prakash
publication

Adsorption of 2-picoline from wastewater by agro coal ash: parametric, kinetic, equilibrium and thermodynamic features, Desalination and water treatment (Taylor and Francis), July 2013.

P.V. VIJAY BABU Gaurav B. Daware, P.V.Vijay Babu and Bhausaheb L. Pangarkar
publication

Coal Based Bottom Ash A Waste Material is Attractive Adsorbent For 2-Picoline Removal From Waste Water, International Journal of Biotechnology & Environmental Engineering (IJBCEE), 1-8, Vol. 1, (2), August 2012.

P.V. VIJAY BABU Gaurav B. Daware and P.V.Vijay Babu
publicationInternational Journal of Biotechnology & Environmental Engineering (IJBCEE), 1-8, Vol. 1, (2), August 2012.

“Modeling and experimental studies on intermittent starch feeding and citrate addition in simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of starch to flavor compounds”, J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol 36, 509-519.

Dr. Abhijit R. Chavan R. C. Anuradha and Venkatesh K.V.
publication

“Studies of extraction of methylene blue from synthetic wastewater using liquid emulsion membrane technology”, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, Published online January 2012.(Impact factor : 0.7)

Dr. Abhijit R. Chavan Pradip Gadade, Mamta Sardare
publication

"CD- NRep Relationship for Solid-Liquid Suspensions," International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 10-14, 2010

Dr. Vivek S. Sathe Manik P. Deosarkar and Kartik Chandra Ghanta
publication

(2006) A simple method of tuning parallel cascade controller, Indian Chemical Engineering Vol. 48 No. 4 October-December 2006, pp. 262-269

Dr. Vivek S. Sathe M. Chidambaram
publication

(2005) An improved relay autotuning of PID controllers for unstable FOPTD systems, Computers and Chemical Engineering, 29, 2060-2068

Dr. Vivek S. Sathe M. Chidambaram
publication

E. Sivakumar, Sathe Vivek and M. Chidambaram (2005) Improved saturation relay test for systems with large dead time, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 44, 2183-2190

Dr. Vivek S. Sathe E. Sivakumar, M. Chidambaram
publication

Sathe Vivek and M. Chidambaram (2005) Identification using single symmetrical relay feedback test, Computers and Chemical Engineering, 29, 1625-1630

Dr. Vivek S. Sathe M. Chidambaram
publication

Experimental studies on mixed convection heat transfer in laminar flow through a plain square duct, International Journal of Heat Mass Transfer (Springer), vol. 48, pp. 2013-2021, 2012

P.V. VIJAY BABU S.V. Patil
publication International Journal of Heat Mass Transfer (Springer), vol. 48, pp. 2013-2021, 2012

B.Tech.

  • First
    First Year
    Sr. PRN Number Name of Student
    110303320171124510001 MANE ROHIT RAJARAM
    210303320171124510002 ZAMBRE KEDAR GOVINDRAO
    310303320171124510003 WANI ABHISHEK ATUL
    410303320171124510004 NILEKAR AMIT NEGESH
    510303320171124510007 KSHATRIYA VISHAL MANOHAR
    610303320171124510008 NAR ABHISHEK PRADEEP
    710303320171124510010 AGADE ATHARVA KISHOR
    810303320171124510011 MHATRE ANKITA DILIP
    910303320171124510012 MOOLYA SUDHIR THIMMAPPA
    1010303320171124510013 GUNJAL RUSHIKESH SHANKAR
    1110303320171124510014 PATIL ASHISH MANOHAR
    1210303320171124510015 SONAWANE KARAN DINKAR
    1310303320171124510016 HUMANE AKHIL VASANT
    1410303320171124510017 MOHITE VILAS RAJABHAU
    1510303320171124510019 BAGHELE ANURAG CHAITRAM
    1610303320171124510021 PATIL SHUBHAM ANANDA
    1710303320171124510022 GUNALE SUJATA VISHNUKANT
    1810303320171124510024 MARPADWAD NIKHIL RANGNATH
    1910303320171124510025 TANGADE KUNAL SANTOSH
    2010303320171124510026 BIRADAR OMKAR DILIP
    2110303320171124510029 GOSAVI PARTH NANDKISHOR
    2210303320171124510030 SANAP SHIVSHANKAR GANESH
    2310303320171124510032 PATIL DHANASHRI MOTIRAM
    2410303320171124510033 SONAWANE KALYANI MILIND
    2510303320171124510034 TALELE UJWAL KISHOR
    2610303320171124510035 DUMANE TEJASWINI AVINASH
    2710303320171124510036 SHENDE VIKAS SANTOSH
    2810303320171124510037 TARONE SHIVAM GAJANAN
    2910303320171124510038 SONAWANE VISHAL ARVIND
    3010303320171124510039 JADHAV SURAJ DILIP
    3110303320171124510040 DANDEKAR PURVA VISHWAS
    3210303320171124510041 MUJAWAR NUZHAT NAUSHAD
    3310303320171124510042 MANGAONKAR SAURABH CHANDRAKANT
    3410303320171124510043 MALI VIJAY DEVIDAS
    3510303320171124510044 KUTHE NEHA GHANSHYAM
    3610303320171124510045 BAGATE SANGHRAJ NARAYAN
    3710303320171124510046 SHAHARE SHASHANK RAMESH
    3810303320171124510047 PAWAR HRITIK VILAS
    3910303320171124510048 RAMRAJE RAHUL NITIN
    4010303320171124510049 TANDULKAR SANKET DIWAKAR
    4110303320171124510051 NAWANDE PRANITA NAGESH
    4210303320171124510052 KOLTE ANVISHA DEEPAK
    4310303320171124510053 KAMBLE SHRUTI PRAVIN
    4410303320171124510062 JOSHI SOHAM SANTOSH
    4510303320171124510066 DHAMGAYE PIYUSH MAHENDRAKUMAR
    4610303320171124510067 BHONGADE SAYALI ARUN
    4710303320171124510069 LONE AIJAZ AHMAD
    4810303320171124510070 BHUSKUTE APURVA VIDYADHAR
    4910303320171124510071 SUHAIL REHMAN
    5010303320171124510072 NAKKA SAI VENKATESH MURALIDHARA
    5110303320171124510072 BACHATE SUHAS BALASAHEB
    5210303320171124511001 MOTE SNEHDIP ANILRAO
    5310303320171124511002 BOMNE RAM ASHOK
    5410303320171124511003 MALI ROHAN RUPCHAND
    5510303320171124513001 KADAM BHAKTI CHANDRASHEKHAR
    5610303320171124513002 DUDHAL AISHWARYA BALASAHEB
    5710303320171124513003 BHIRUD DEOVRAT ASHOK
    5810303320171124513004 SOMANI HARSHAL SANJAY
    5910303320171124513005 PILLAI SREEHARI KALADHARAN
    6010303320171124513006 PATANGE NEHA CHANDRAKANT
    6110303320171124513007 KAMBLE NINAD NANDKUMAR
    6210303320171124513008 JADHAV PRANAV RAVINDRA
    6310303320171124513009 TEMBE YASH NANDKUMAR
    6420160627 SAHIL MATTOO (Re-Admission)
    6520160647 RAISIDAM MAHESH ASARAM (Re-Admission)
    66TELANG SOURABH SURYKANT
    67DESHMUKHE PRALHAD MAROTI
  • Second
    Second Year
    Sr. PRN Number Name of Student
    1 20160802 BACHHAV NIKITA KISHOR
    2 20160803 BANSODE MANASI DEVANAD
    3 20160804 BHOIR VARAD VIJAY
    4 20160806 CHAUGHULE SATYAM VIJAY
    5 20160807 DAWRUNG SAURABH SATISH
    6 20160808 DEVKATE KAMLESH NAVNATH
    7 20160809 DEVRUKHKAR SHRAVIKA SUDHAKAR
    8 20160810 DHONE KIRAN VITTHALRAO
    9 20160811 GADPAYLE RAJRATNA BINDUSAR
    10 20160812 GAIKWAD AKASH ASHOK
    11 20160813 GAIKWAD OMKAR SOPAN
    12 20160815 GHONSIKAR SURAJ GANESH
    13 20160817 GONDGE SHIVANAND ASHOKRAO
    14 20160818 GOPE PRAMOD MAHADEV
    15 20160819 JADHAV AMEY MANOJ
    16 20160820 JADHAV RUSHIKESH UTTAMRAO
    17 20160822 KADAVE KARISHMA VIJAY
    18 20160823 KAMBLE VISHWAJIT PRAKASH
    19 20160824 KASTURE KRUSHNA SANJAY
    20 20160825 KHAMITKAR PRASHANT DATTATRAY
    21 20160826 KHAMKAR PRATIKSHA GANESH
    22 20160827 KHANANDE MILIND KAILASRAO
    23 20160828 KOLHE SHIVAM VIJAYRAO
    24 20160829 KUNJIR MAYUR SHIVAJI
    25 20160830 LAMB RUTURAJ RAVISHANKAR
    26 20160831 LAUTE PRATIK RAJESH
    27 20160834 MANDELKAR MUKTA SANJAY F
    28 20160835 MANE AKSHAY VIJAY
    29 20160836 MEHAR ATUL BABRUWAHAN
    30 20160837 MHASE MANALI MANOHAR
    31 20160838 MIRGAL TEJAL SANTOSH
    32 20160839 MOHITE RUTUJA ROHIDAS
    33 20160841 MULANI JISHAN SHAIKHLAL
    34 20160842 NANDANKAR BHASHITA PARASHARAM
    35 20160843 PADALKAR HARSHAD DNYANOBA
    36 20160844 PATHAN SAAD AHMAD PATHAN KHAJA KHAN
    37 20160845 PATIL JAYESH MADHUKAR
    38 20160846 PATIL RUSHABH RANJEET
    39 20160847 PATIL SONALI SHARAD
    40 20160850 RAMOLE DEVEN VILAS
    41 20160852 SAKPAL SANKET SANTOSH
    42 20160853 SHADANI PRIYANKA JAIPALDAS
    43 20160854 SHIRURE KRISHNA PRABHAKAR
    44 20160855 SINGH SURJEET
    45 20160856 SUROSHE PRADIP DEVRAO
    46 20160857 TAMBE RAHUL PRAKASH
    47 20160858 THALE SHRADDHA DILDAR
    48 20160859 VANKHANDE VIVEK SURESH
    49 20160861 WAKADE HARSHAD BAPURAO
    50 20160862 YADAV AMIT SAMSHER
    51 20160864 YADAV AMIT SAMSHER
    52 20160801 ADHIKARI M AWWAF YUSUF
    53 20160805 BHOSALE PRANIT NAVNATH
    54 20160814 GAIKWAD PRUTHVIRAJ UDAY
    55 20160816 GHUGE SATISH DASHRATHRAO
    56 20160821 KACHARE VISHAKHA SHANKAR
    57 20160832 LOKHANDE EBRAHIM INAYATULLA
    58 20160833 MAHINDRAKAR SWAPNIL MOHAN
    59 20160840 MOTE BHAVANA GOPU
    60 20160848 PENKAR MRUNALI SATISH
    61 20160849 POSHETTI PRANAV BALAJI
    62 20160851 RATHOD KARISHMA TEJSING
    63 20160860 WAIGANKAR GAURANGI BANDU
  • Third
    Third Year
    Sr. Roll No. Name of Student
    1 20160271 BALSHETWAD MANALI ASHOKRAO
    2 20160272 BHALEKAR AMITA VINAYAK
    3 20160273 GHATOL VAIBHAV VILAS
    4 20160274 HASWARE SUHAIL SALIM
    5 20160275 JADHAV SOMNATH PANDURANG
    6 20160275 JADHAV SOMNATH PANDURANG
    7 20160276 JAYBHAYE KIRTI BABASAHEB
    8 20160277 KAMBLE CHETAN BHARAT
    9 20160278 KARHALE GOPAL SANJAY
    10 20160279 LOKHANDE SANYUKTA SANTOSHRAO
    11 20160280 MAHABALE KOMAL BHAGWAN
    12 20160281 MALI AKASH TANAJI
    13 20160282 NEVASE MANDAR DATTATRAY
    14 20160283 SAKPAL SONALI BABU
    15 20160284 SATHE AKASH BALASAHEB
    16 20160285 SHIROLE RUPALI ANANDRAO
    17 2016 KADAVE KARISHMA VIJAY
    18 20150237 PATIL PRITESH HARISCHANDRA
    19 20150201 BHARATKAR DARSHAN VASANT
    20 20150202 CHOPADE DHANASHREE PRADIP
    21 20150203 DAHIFALE PRITI POPAT
    22 20150204 DEVGIRE ASHUTOSH MAHAVIR
    23 20150205 DHOBLE SAHIL MAHENDRA
    24 20150206 DHOTE ANKIT DILIP
    25 20150207 FULLUKE PRATIK YASHWANT
    26 20150208 GALANDE SHUBHAM BAPU
    27 20150209 GAVIT HEMANT SANJAY
    28 20150210 GIRI VIJAYSHRI ANANTGIR
    29 20120211 GOURKAR ANKITA TUSHAR
    30 20150212 HAIBATE GOVIND JALBA
    31 20150213 JADHAV CHANDRAKANT BABAN
    32 20150214 MJADHAV KOMAL SANJAY
    33 20150215 MULANI JISHAN SHAIKHLAL
    34 20150221 KHOKLE VISHWRANJAN VISHWAMBHAR
    35 20150217 JAMDHADE ANIKET MACHINDRA
    36 20150218 JITENDRA KUMAR
    37 20150219 KALE JAGDISH ASHOK
    38 20150220 KHAMKAR PRATIK BHASKAR
    39 20150221 KHUPTE TUSHAR MANISH
    40 20150222 KOLHE SAHIL ANGAD
    41 20150223 SLANGI PRIYANKA ULHAS
    42 20150224 LATHKAR NITESH SURESHRAO
    43 20150225 SMADANE BAPU BANDU
    44 20150226 MADKE AKASH ANANTRAO
    45 20150227 SMAHANUBHAV HITESH MADHUKAR
    46 20150228 MATE AMOL MILIND
    47 20150229 MOON PRADNYA UTTAMRAO
    48 20150230 MORE PRASHANT DNYANESHWAR
    49 20150231 NAGOTHKAR SUPRIYA DEEPAK
    50 20150232 NARAYANE AMIT PRADEEP
    51 20150233 NIKALJE GAURAV KANTILAL
    52 20150235 APANCHAL ANKIT SANTOSH
    53 20150236 PARADE SUPRIYA PRASHANT
    54 20150238 PATIL RAHUL RAJAN
    55 20150239 PATIL SAYALI RAGHUNATH
    56 20150240 PATIL SHIVANAND BALAJI
    57 20150241 PATIL SHRUTI RAJENDRA
    58 20150242 PATIL VIKRAMSINH VASANTRAO
    59 20150244 PISE PRANAY BALAJI
    60 20150245 RAHATE ANUJ SUBHASH
    61 20150246 RAMDHAN SUSHMITA TEJRAO
    62 20150247 RANE OMKAR AVINASH
    63 20150248 RRATHOD PRAVIN VINAYAK
    64 20150250 SANGARE DHANASHREE RAJENDRA
    65 20150251 SATVE AJAY CHANDRAKANT
    66 20150252 SAWAKE AMIT RAJABHAU
    67 20150253 SAWARE DATTA BALBHIM
    68 20150254 SHAIKH KARIMABEE SHAUKAT
    69 20150255 SHAIKH WASIM AHMAD
    70 20150256 SHETE DEEPAK BABASAHEB
    71 20150257 SIRSAT SHUBHAM SACHCHIDANAND
    72 20150258 TAMGADGE PRASHIK YASHWANT
    73 20150259 TIWARI DEVESH SHIVPUJAN
    74 20150260 VIRKAR SHUBHANGI NAMDEO
    75 20150259 TIWARI DEVESH SHIVPUJAN
    76 20150260 VIRKAR SHUBHANGI NAMDEO
    77 20150261 TWADAJKAR PRAMODKUMAR VISHWAMBHAR
    78 20150262 TYADAV ANSHUMAN SHANKAR
    79 20150265 CHAUDHARI PARAG ASHOK
    80 20150266 KSHIRSAGAR JAGESHWARI NEPAL
    81 20150267 MOKAL HRUSHIKESH PARSHURAM
    82 20140215 HEGADKAR VAIBHAVI SANJAY
    83 20140221 KHOKLE VISHWRANJAN VISHWAMBHAR
    84 20140221 KHOKLE VISHWRANJAN VISHWAMBHAR
    85 20140251 AMBOKAR SHUBHAM VIJAY
    86 20140261 LAKESHRI SHUBHAM SURYAKANT
    87 20140264 LALHMAN GAIHRUALA
    88 20130227 KOKARE ANKUSH ZIMA
    88 20110213
  • Final
    Final Year
    Sr. Roll No. Name of Student
    1 20150471 BARAI VIKESH TUKARAM
    2 20150472 BENDLE SURAJ YASHWANT
    3 20150473 CHIKHALE NIKHIL SUBHASH
    4 20150474 DHANE ABHIK BALASO
    5 20150475 GAWADE AKSHAY VIKRAM
    6 20150476 MANKAR KARUNA SURESH
    7 20150477 MORE RUTUJA DNYANESHWAR
    8 20150478 NOGJA SURAJ NANDKISHOR
    9 20150479 RIKAME SACHIN SANTOSH
    10 20150480 SALVI ROSHAN RAJENDRA
    11 20150481 SHAH KONCHITA NITIN
    12 20150482 SHELAKE SURAJ HANMANT
    13 20150483 SHELAR PRAVIN SUNIL
    14 20150484 SONAWANE NAYAN SUBHASH
    15 20150485 SURYAWANSHI DHARMESH SHAMKANT
    16 20150486 TETGURE UPDESH DATTARAM
    17 20150487 WALIKAR AYESHABANU GOUSMOHAMMAD
    18 20150488 CHAVAN ROHIDAS SARJERAO
    19 20140401 ANGRE LANKESH KAMLAKAR
    20 20140402 BACHUTE SHIVANI CHHAGAN
    21 20140403 BADOLE NIKHIL UDAYBHAN
    22 20140404 BAMBODE PRACHI PRAMOD
    23 20140405 BAVISKAR ROHIT SHASHIKANT
    24 20140406 BHALADHARE PRANJAL RAJESH
    25 20140408 BHOIR SNEHAL BALARAM
    26 20140409 BIRAJDAR RATAN ANKUSHRAO
    27 20140410 BORANA SURESHKUMAR HIMATRAM
    28 20140412 DULE ANOM ASHOK
    29 20140413 GANDHE AJINKYA VIJAYKUMAR
    30 20140415 GHARAT BHAVESH PRAVIN
    31 20140416 GORE ABOLI RAJAN
    32 20140417 GOSAVI DIVYA JAYENDRANATH
    33 20140418 GOSWAMI KARTIK LAXMANRAO
    34 20140419 JAGTAP MOHIT CHANDRASHEKHAR
    35 20140420 JAMBHULKAR SWAPNIL JAYGOPAL
    36 20140421 JOSHI PRIYANKA AJIT
    37 20140424 KHANDEKAR PRADEEP RAGHUNATH
    38 20140426 KORDE PRASAD MANGESH
    39 20140427 LAD VISHAL BALASAHEB
    40 20140428 MADAVI VAIBHAV SURESH
    41 20140430 MALI VAIBHAV ASHOK
    42 20140431 MALIWAR SHANTANU DIVAKAR
    43 20140432 MANDLEKAR SANYOG YASHWANT
    44 20140433 MANE VISHVAJEET VIJAY
    45 20140434 MULANI JAID INNUS
    46 20140435 MULAY ADITYA RAJARAM
    47 20140436 MURKUTE NARESH UTTAM
    48 20140437 NARKHEDE PRANALI CHANDRAKANT
    49 20140439 PATIL KAUSHAL RAMESH
    50 20140440 PATIL NAYAN VILAS
    51 20140441 PATIL ONKAR PRAVIN
    52 20140442 PATIL SALONI GANGAJI
    53 20140444 PATIL VIRAJ MANOHAR
    54 20140445 PAWAR MAYURI SUHAS
    55 20140447 PURANIK NIKHIL
    56 20140449 RATH SIDDHARTH
    57 20140450 SARODE KOYAL
    58 20140452 SHUKLA SHUBHAM BHALACHANDRA
    59 20140454 SONTAKKE SWAPNIL MOHAN
    60 20140455 SUKHADEVE PRERNA PRABHAKAR
    61 20140457 TEMBHURNE DIKSHA DEEPAK
    62 20140458 BERSALE TUSHAR DNYANOBA
    63 20140460 KATODE NIKITA RAMESHRAO
    64 20140461 NILESH NARHARI SOLANKE
    65 20140462 SAWANT SANGRAM VITTHAL
    66 20140463 MALUSARE PRATIK JANARDAN
    67 20130403 ARBAN RASIKA RAMESH
    68 20130411 BHOYE CHETAN NARAYAN
    69 20130414 CHAVAN SAURABH PANDURANG
    70 20130434 LABHANE UPALEE CHANDRAMANI
    71 20130445 PHADNIS SUMIT SANJAY
    72 20130461 KAPDEKAR ANIKET SANTOSH

M.Tech.

  • First
    M.Tech.First Year
    Sr. Roll No. Name of Student
    110303320171291410001 SHENDE KIRAN ASHOK
    210303320171291410002 DANGE PRATIK SURESH
    310303320171291410003 JADHAV AMOL EKNATH
    410303320171291410004 PATIL JAYESH DILIP
    510303320171291410005 SHELAKI RAJSHRI JAGANNATH
    610303320171291410006 BHOLE NEHA SACHIN
    710303320171291410007 GAIKWAD ANIKET SANJIV
    810303320171291410008 PADHYE MANDAR SHRIKRISHNA
    910303320171291410009 GAVADE ROHIT ASHOKKUMAR
    1010303320171291410010 SONAGE SACHIN CHANDRAKANT
    1110303320171291410011 GUND PRATHAMESH PRAMOD
    1210303320171291410012 SAWANT AMRARAJ PARAG
    1310303320171291410013 LATHI NIKHIL RAJENDRAKUMAR
    1410303320171291410014 DHAIGUDE AKSHAY PARASHURAM
    1510303320171291410015 SURWASE PARMESHWAR MADHAV
  • Second
    M.Tech. Second Year
    Sr. Roll No. Name of Student
    1 MT2016301 DESHMUKH ROHIT NITIN
    2 MT2016302 DUTANDE PRASAD VILAS
    3 MT2016303 GHOSALKAR SHRUTIKA SHRIDHAR
    4 MT2016304 HARKANCHE SUBODH BABURAO
    5 MT2016305 JAMDAR VIJAY TULSHIDAS
    6 MT2016306 JAYASWAL DHARMENDRA PYARELAL
    7 MT2016307 KURANGKAR KIRAN VIJAY
    8 MT2016308 MEHTA MOHINI RAJESH
    9 MT2016309 PANSARI NASRIN BASHR
    10 MT2016310 PATIL PRANITA GORAKHNATH
    11 MT2016311 RATHOD BIPIN RAMRAO
    12 MT2016311 RATHOD BIPIN RAMRAO
    13 MT2016313 SHEWALE AKASH MADHUKAR
    14 MT2016314 SHINDE SAYALI MARUTI
    15 MT2016315 SHIRKE KALIDAS DHARMU

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GATE

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING GATE COACHING CLASS 2017-2018

Sr.no.Subject NameFaculty Name
1Chemical Process CalculationProf. Sharad Pinjari
2Solid Flow OperationProf.Vaishali Waghmare
3Fluid Flow OperationDr. Vijay babu
4Heat Transfer OperationDr.Y.S Mahajan
5Thermodynamics-I &IIProf. Sharad Pinjari
6Mass Transfer Operation-I&II -
7Chemical Reaction Engineering-I&IIProf. Sharad Pinjari
8Process Dynamics And ControlProf. Reshma Devale
9Inorganic & Organic Chemical TechnologyProf. Reshma Devale
10Process Design EconomicsDr. A.R.Chavan
11Engineering Mathematics And Numerical MethodProf. Vaishali Waghmare
12General AptitudeDr. A.R.Chavan

AIChE-CCPS' SAChE Certificate Course Description

Students must have a strong grasp of fundamentals in order to not only understand but also appreciate why process safety matters to them and to the world. After completion of the four courses of level 1, they will emerge with a strong understanding of why process safety is so important and how it will impact the rest of their courses and career. The time commitment for students to complete the entire Level 1 curriculum is about 8 hours.

Chemical engineers must know the risks associated with their work, and the level-two courses are designed to expose students to the technical and management aspects of process safety. Students will learn about anticipating what can go wrong, evaluating the severity of the consequences, and what can be done to prevent or mitigate the consequences. The time commitment for students to complete the entire Level 2 curriculum is 25 - 30 hours

The advanced courses are designed to expand upon the content of level two by going into more detail on various topics that will be relevant to students who are just about to graduate and venture into the real world.
There are four categories of courses. They cover

  • Quantitative Methods and Hazard Assessment;
  • Safe Design and Operation & Equipment Hazards;
  • Material Hazards;
  • Management.
The two additional classes are available to be taken at any time. These legacy classes may benefit students seeking a fuller understanding of “hand’s on” process safety and students who are not enrolled in a chemical engineering program.

EVENTS

  • since 2004
    CHEMFRATERNITY
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    CHEMFRATERNITY is a National Level Chem Technology Fest of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere. It is held being held each year since 2004.Since its inception, it has gained immense response. It provides a platform to all the budding engineers to showcase their talent and skills. Students from every nook and corner of the nation participate with great enthusiasm, each year.
    In 2010, it was held on 2nd and 3rd of April
    In 2012, it was held on 20th April and 21st April - Theme of 2012 was “Save earth, go green”. It consisted of 5 events. Out of which 3 were techno event of 2 were non-techno. Prizes were of worth Rs. 40000/- .Events were :

    • Industrial Development Program
    • Paper Presentation
    • Technical Quiz
    • Snap sort
    • Fun “n” Games
    • Website: www.chemfraternity.in

      In 2016.it was held on 18th, 19th and 20th March –
      Theme of 2016 was “Green Technology and water management”. This time level of event with respect to budget and events was above the par. Response was very good from other colleges. In toto, 105 students from other colleges participated this year. Prizes worth of Rs. 1,00,000 were given. Signature events were IDP, Posterize (poster presentation) and Vortrag (paper presentation).
      Event were:

      • IDP
      • Vortrag
      • Posterize
      • Chemwar
      • Safety 1st
      • Ad Mania
      • Science Mania
      • Mock Placement
      • Facebook:Chemfraternity2K16 Website: www.chemfraternity.com

  • ChEA
    ChEA and its events
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    Chemical Engineering Association is a student’s association which is for the students, by the students and of the students. Every activity of chemical department is taken care and well executed by ChEA.
    Maize Cracker is the official club of ChEA which is under University Club “Engg’oy”.Every year this club conducts various lectures and events to boost the team spirit, courage and evoke the hidden talents of students.
    ChEA also conducts a Quiz competition for School students on every World Water Day (3rd of March).This activity is completely taken care by first year students.
    Main body of ChEA consists of one technical head, one cultural head and one overall head (President).President is elected by student’s poll. Fresher’s party and Farewell get-togethers are also managed by ChEA.

  • Cynosure
    Chemical Events in Cynosures

    Chemical Engineering Department also participates and showcases it’s events in University’s technical festival “CYNOSURE”. Few flash backs of Chemical Events from Cynosure 2K14 to Cynosure 2K16:
    Cynosure 2K14:
    Periscope - It was a national level technical as well as general knowledge quiz.
    Cynosure 2K15:
    Chemdash – It was technical hunt event including various puzzles and riddles.
    IDP – Industrial Defined Problem was given and were asked to give a suitable solution in order to execute a plant more economically and eco-friendly. There were two categories- Senior IDP and Junior IDP.
    Cynosure 2K16:
    i-Speak – It was a technical presentation contest.
    Frugal World – It was a real engineering contest were students were asked to make working models frugally.

  • guest lecture
    Recent Guest lectures and Workshops

    Recent Guest lectures and Workshops
    1. One day workshop on Latex for project, seminar, Thesis typesetting by Dr. Chandrasekhar D. Gourshete on March 5, 2016
    2. 12 days workshop on Molecular Dynamics by Dr. Meena Singh from ICT, Mumbai from 18th June to 29th June 2016.
    3. Guest lecture on ‘Green Chemistry’ by Dr. Man Mahon from University of Illinois, USA on 15th July, 2016.
    4. 3days workshop on ASPEN from 24th Sept. to 26th Sept. 2016.
    Past National Conference
    A National Conference On
    Energy: Needs and Current Trends
    Date: 19th Dec. and 20th Dec. 2014 By Chemical and Mechanical Department
    Organizing secretary: Dr. Yogesh S. Mahajan and Dr. Neeraj Agarwal Convener: Dr. P. K. Brahmankar

Parents Meet

Report on Parents Meet

Chemical engineering department had arranged parent meet on 25 th Oct. 2017 in conference hall. Parent of all four year students were invited for the program. The main purpose of the meet was to have positive interaction between parent and teacher. Dr.Vijay babu gave the brief introduction of the department to the parent. Dr.Y.S.Mahajan, head of chemical department also addressed the meet briefly. Mr. Sharad Pinjari,our contractual faculty told the various opportunities available to chemical engineer and the importance of the gate exam. Then there was a short break for tea.

After tea break there was an interaction session among students, parent and teacher. Various points were discussed in this session like shortage of attendance, regularity of lectures, submission on date etc.

In the last session parent express their view regarding the meet. They also actively gave some wonderful suggestions which are always welcomed by the department. The parent meet was successfully arranged under the guidance of Dr. Abhijit R.Chavan. We hope that such meet will definitely help to improve the overall department performance.

CHEMFRATERNITY

ENGINEER'S DAY on 15 th September 2017

Report on Engineer’s Day Celebration

As we know that engineer’s day is celebrated on the 15 th September on every year to honour the Sir Mokshgundanam Visvesvaraya contribution in the field of engineering. He was also conferred with the highest civilian award Bharat Ratna in 1809.In our department we have organised two session namely discussion among the students and the guest lecture by Dr.B.B.Singh, Head of Mathematics Department.

SESSION 1

In the first session we have organised the discussion among the students about the recent advances in chemical engineering. We motivate them to participate in this session. Students enthusiastically participate in this discussion session. The various topics which were included in this session were as follows:

  1. Reactive distillation
  2. Debottlenecking
  3. CCS (Carbon Capturing and Storage)
  4. Emulsion
  5. Biofuels
  6. Boron-nitrate nanotubes
  7. Atomic energy : Use of thorium in place of Uranium
  8. Biotechnology
SESSION 2

In the second session, we have organised a guest lecture by Dr.B.B.Singh on the occasion of Engineer’s day. He is the head of the mathematics department. He unfold the various shades of Sir Mokshgundanam Visvesvaraya. He also told the students about the importance of values like timeliness, honesty.

Induction Program For the First Year Engineering Students

The admissions are over and the students at the edge of their teen years are entering into their college years with excitement for an entirely new world and apprehension for unknown. We would like to make the environment as friendly as possible but also something which the new entrant shall enjoy. Overcoming the inhibitions and mixing with others should be made as enjoyable as possible with simultaneous awareness of the challenges ahead in their academic career.

The Induction program was a one week activities. It would help the students to reassess their capabilities without slogging through lectures or practicals in the first week . These activities

All departmental faculty and even senior students can got involved in this induction program.

Day 1
Morning Session: Ice-Break
We welcomed the new entrants with a chocolate. Every new student gave introduction and they also told at least one incident in their life that they are proud of in their preferable language.

Session two: Walk through
Senior students took the class, in groups of not more than ten each, through different laboratories of the Department, explained all equipments and their usage. Students also visited Science laboratories ,Library and workshop, canteen, mess, computer centre, office space, play ground, etc.

Day 2: Imagination
On the 2nd day, we made them to work. You designed some games where students would have to use their skills to make something useful.

Day 3: Making hands dirty
On this day, the groups were made and taken to one of the Departmental Laboratory. We asked them to take any equipment dissemble the various parts and again assemble it properly.

Day 4:Ideation
On this day some ideas were given to students on which they have to imagine and present before the class .

Day 5: Communication The day was for reading. Reading was in a scientific nature, and the all student had collected data from internet, laboratory books and based on self knowledge and we evaluated that in a second session.

Day 6: Test Day This is hard test day. The students was tested for their knowledge of Maths and Physics which consisted of 25 MCQ’S.

FEEDBACK SESSION Please conduct a feedback session at the end of the week to see if there is any learning from the induction program.

Head of Department

Dr.Y. S. MAHAJAN

ysmahajan@dbatu.ac.in

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