Meet the H.O.D

Prof. (Dr.) Kiran D. Patil (H.O.D-Chemical Engineering)

Prof. (Dr.) Kiran D. Patil, H.O.D. Chemical Engineering

Prof. (Dr.) Kiran D. Patil, H.O.D. Chemical Engineering

Dear Students & Parents,

Welcome to the exciting world of Chemical Engineering!

Chemical Engineers are at the forefront of technology and their role in modern society is becoming increasingly important. Chemical engineers have been improving our well-being for more than a century. From the development of smaller, faster computer chips to innovations in recycling, treating disease, cleaning water, and generating energy.

At MIT-WPU, challenges are opportunities for chemical engineers who are best prepared with problem solving skills to tackle the challenges for a better and sustainable world. We are committed to providing innovative and high-quality opportunities for our students to obtain the fundamental knowledge, skills and qualities necessary for entry and success in a professional career, backed by latest tools and technology

Our B. Tech Programme is based on the three cardinal principles: (i) providing social context to education, (ii) giving maximum choice to the student to choose a career path and (iii) encouraging active learning. The Chemical Engineering department has excellent infrastructural facilities for training students in this interdisciplinary program. The students are trained by qualified, experienced and competent faculty, in an atmosphere which is highly conducive for Teaching-Learning process. The students are given practical hands on training of latest software used by Industries such as ASPEN PLUS, HYSYS, HTRI, COMSOL MULTIPHYSICS, and MATLAB etc. The Department has strong links with industry with interactions spanning consultancy, sponsored research and continuing education.

Because of this well designed and unique approach the students are fully equipped to take responsibilities across Chemical and allied Industries. We lay special emphasis on the development of overall personality and character of students through a series of workshops, interactions and curricular activities. This helps in developing winning personalities capable of facing future challenges of the Industry. The budding chemical engineers are developed as a special resource of trained and quality manpower for Chemical process industry and Hydrocarbon sector.

I wish Chemical Engineering students pleasant and successful four years with MIT-WPU Chemical Engineering Department.

Prof. (Dr.) Kiran D. Patil
Professor and Head
School of Chemical Engineering
MIT World Peace University-Pune India
Tel. No: +91-20-30273512
E-mail: kiran.patil@mitpune.edu.in

B.Tech (Chemical Engineering)

Chemical engineers have been improving our well-being for more than a century. From the development of smaller, faster computer chips to innovations in recycling, treating disease, cleaning water, and generating energy.

Chemical engineers work in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, design and construction, pulp and paper, petrochemicals, food processing, specialty chemicals, microelectronics, electronic and advanced materials, polymers, business services, biotechnology, environmental health and safety industries, among others. B.Tech graduates can also work in government sector or choose to work in defence establishment, atomic power plant, and power conservation projects, recycling department or healthcare related projects. (DRDO, ISRO, NTPC etc), or in research fields in laboratories. (NCL, ISRO, etc) or get involved in IPR and knowledge management industry.

For higher studies, our students often pursue their MS, MBA, M.Tech or PhD from India and abroad.

Programme Highlights

Chemical engineering is a multi-disciplinary and versatile branch of engineering that combines natural and experimental sciences (such as chemistry and physics), along with life sciences (such as biology, microbiology and biochemistry) plus mathematics and economics At MIT-WPU, we inculcate problem solving skills, team spirit, professional ethics and habit of self-learning.

    • State-of-art infrastructure

    • Strong industry and research organization support

    • Outstanding PETROTECH student Chapter award 2010, Highest Award

    • Active Learning Pedagogy

    • Prominent Industry Collaborations

    • Strong Global Alumni Network

    • Competency Mapping to aid students elect right subjects in final year

    • Emphasis on social context in engineering education

    • National as well as International exposure

    • Exposure to Problem based Learning

    • Experiential learning

    • Guest Faculty of National and International experts

    • An ideal blend of academics with sports, culture, yoga for holistic lifestyle

    • World Peace teachings in curriculum

    • Dedicated training and placement support

    • Social Internship, National & International Tours

    • Mentoring

Programme Structure

B.Tech (Chemical Engineering) at MIT-WPU is imparted with active learning methods like Problem Based Learning (PBL), Experiential Learning and Collaborative Learning. The curriculum is a four year programme comprising of twelve trimesters and credit based programmes. In their final year Students can choose from the following tracks:

    • Foundation of Science, Engineering & Design

    • Social Internship & Guided Study tours

    • Track I : Flow Simulation

    • Track II : Refining and Petrochemicals

    • Track III : Biochemical Engineering

    • Track IV : Process Modeling and Simulation

    • 4 weeks International Study Tour

    • Industry internship-4th year-last Semester

    • Capstone project in the eighth semester

    • Inter-disciplinary project in the seventh semester

    • National Study Tour of two weeks includes visits to Industries, Industrial Exhibitions, Research Laboratories and Research Organizations and Premium Institutes of National and International repute.

    • International Study Tour of four weeks with unique Modular Certificate Course and visits to various distinguished universities and international exhibitions

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Why MIT- WPU?

Pursuing a B.Tech Programme from MIT World Peace University delivers a uniquely designed experience of best-in-class resources that are in conformance to futuristic Industry requirements, giving you an edge over your peers. Few of these are highlighted below-

    • Flexible Academic Credit System (ACS)

    • Continuous Updated Education (CUEd)

    • Research Collaborations

    • Corporate Collaborations for Live Industry Projects

    • National, Internationally acclaimed Research Scholars and Faculty

    • Rural Immersion Programme

    • Peace Programmes for holistic development

    • Promote Sports Culture for Peace

    • Rural Immersion Programme

    • National Study Tour

    • Peace Programmes for holistic development

    • Promote Sports Culture for Peace

    • Alumni Connect for hand holding support

    • Social Mission – inculcate Social Responsibility for sustainable development goals

    • Life @ campus beyond education

        • Promote National & International level Competitive Sports

        • NCC & Gymkhana

        • E-Cell-Entrepreneurship Skills

        • Communications Laboratory

        • Counselling

        • Film Club

        • Student Initiatives- Abhivyakti

Chemical Engineering (Eligibility/ Selection Criteria)

  • 10 + 2 Science pattern or equivalent examination with Mathematics and Physics as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or Technical Vocational subjects and obtained a minimum score of 50% marks in the above subjects taken together.

  • Obtained valid score of Entrance Test JEE (Main) or MH-CET.

  • Passed Diploma in Engineering and Technology and obtained at least 50 % marks.

  • Merit based. As per the norms laid down by Government of Maharashtra for the year 2018-19. Merit based, on the basis of marks in HSC (2018), JEE Main (2018), MHT-CET (2018) score. As per the norms laid down by the Government of Maharashtra for the year 2018-19.

Advisory Board

    • Dr. G. D. Yadav VC, ICT Mumbai

    • Dr. V. V. Ranade, Professor, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

    • Sameer Hiremath, Joint MD, HIKAL Ltd.

    • Dr. Anirudhha B. Pandit, Professor and Dean, ICT, Mumbai

    • Sanjay Chougule, Sr. GM, ICICI

    • Raghvendra Gaikaiwari, MD, High-Tech Biosciences Laboratories

    • Sadanand Yadwadkar, Ex-President, Reliance Industries Ltd.

    • Avinash Dharmadhikari, IAS (Retd.)

    • Dr. Achala Danait, Vice President R&D, Clariant Chemicals (India) Ltd.

    • Dr. B. D. Kulkarni, Ex-Deputy Director, NCL, Pune

    • Dr. Dinesh Deshpande, Former Executive Director, HPCL, Mumbai

Department Infrastructure

The Chemical Engineering Department boasts of Digital classrooms that aid modern learning tools. The Infrastructure facilitates fully equipped Laboratories and Computer Labs with latest software’s like Aspen Plus, MATLAB, COMSOL and HTRI in sufficient number for curricular and co-curricular activities. Department library is regularly upgraded with trending Books, Reference guides, Audio-visual aids, Digital library and e Library facility accessible anywhere across department. Students & Faculty can subscribe to publications like Science Direct, One Petro (SPE International) and other prominent E-journals related to all engineering disciplines.

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Computer Laboratory:

It has 40+ computers with latest configuration. Professional software like ASPEN Suite, MATLAB, COMSOL Multiphysics and HTRI are available. These are rigorously used in practical courses.

Subjects covered: Process Calculations, Computational Skills, Numerical Methods and Statistics, Advanced Numerical Simulation, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Refinery Process Design, Biochemical Process Design, Flow Assurance, Piping Engineering, Novel Separation Processes, Process Dynamics and Control, Chemical Process Optimization and Machine Drawing.

Departmental Library:

Department library is one of the most updated facilities available in the department catering for the need of students and faculty members. It has a good collection of printed text and reference books along with digital library facility accessible anywhere in department. This is inclusive of subscriptions to Science Direct, One Petro (SPE International) and e-journals related to other engineering disciplines.

Solid Handling Laboratory:

Unit operations form the building blocks of a Chemical Industry. The size reduction and separation of the material is handled in this laboratory.

Equipment available: Ball mill, Jaw Crusher, Leaf Filter, Filter Press, Elutriator, Cyclone Separator, Sedimentation, Agitation and Fluidization.

Subjects covered: Particulate Technology, Environmental Engineering and Chemical Engineering Practices.

Mass Transfer Laboratory:

Mass Transfer studies the movement of chemical components in different operations like distillation, absorption, extraction, drying, etc. Be it manufacture of petrol from crude oil or extraction of edible oil from seeds, mass transfer principles decide the purity and yield. Students perform these operations on the available equipment and explore the results.

Equipment available: Vapour-Liquid Diffusion, Steam Distillation, Wetted Wall Column, Cooling Tower, Tray Dryer, Liquid-Liquid Extraction.

Subjects covered: Mass Transfer-I, Mass Transfer-II, Chemical Engineering Practices

Refining and Separation Processes Laboratory:

Petroleum products are the backbone of modern economy. Application and cost of these products is decided by their quality. This lab helps to determine the quality of petroleum products like petrol, diesel, kerosene, bitumen, coal, etc.

Equipment available: All equipment are as per ASTM standards. ASTM Distillation, Dean Stark Apparatus, Abel’s Flash Point, Pensky Marten Flash Point, Saybolt Viscometer, Smoke Point, Cloud and Pour point, Aniline point, Reid Vapour Pressure, Bomb Calorimeter, Ring and Ball Apparatus, Oxidation Stability, Conradson Carbon Residue and Penetrometer. The Separation equipment include: Absorption using Sieve tray, Membrane Separation Unit, Adsorption using packed bed and Ion Exchange.

Subjects covered: Refining Operations, Novel Separation Processes, Biochemical Process Design, Chemical Engineering Practices and Environmental Engineering

Process Instrumentation and Control Laboratory:

The operations of any chemical process are driven by Instrumentation and process control for better yield and product quality. It is highlighted by the fact that any Chemical Process Industry allocates around 40% of its capital budget for Process Instrumentation. This laboratory gives hands on experience of the instruments and control systems used in the industry.

Equipment available: Temperature measurement using Thermocouples and RTDs, Pressure measurement using transducers, Level measurement using Ultrasonic method and air bubbler method, Valve Characteristics, Refractometer, UV Spectrophotometer, Conductivity measurement, First order system, Second order system, Ratio Control, Switches and PLC trainer.

Subjects covered: Process Instrumentation, Process Dynamics and Control, Instrumental Methods of Analysis, Piping Engineering

Chemical process systems are governed by flow of fluids and energy. Chemicals and utilities like steam are necessarily transported through pipes. Also energy conservation is of prime importance. This lab covers the Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics aspects of the Transport Phenomena. Students can experiment on the parameters for fluid flow and heat flow patterns required for designing a system.

Equipment available: Thermal Conductivity measurement, Insulation thickness, Heat Exchanger Trainer, Reynolds Set up, Venturimeter, Orifice meter, Flow loops, Pressure drop in pipes and Chemical Engineering Practices

Subjects covered: Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Environmental Engineering, Piping Engineering and Transport Phenomena

Chemical Processes Laboratory:

Chemical Technology deals with industrial applications of organic and inorganic chemistry, quantitative and instrumental analysis, electrolysis and petrochemicals which form an integral part of our day to day life. This lab helps to learn the laboratory synthesis and analysis of the various chemicals.

Equipment available: All the basic as well as advanced glassware and chemicals required for any laboratory experiment in chemistry.

Subjects covered: Petrochemical Processes, Green Technology, Instrumental Methods of Analysis, Biochemical Process Design, Flow Assurance, Chemical Engineering Practices and Catalysis.

Industry Affiliation

The Department of Chemical Engineering has collaborations with the following industries:

  1. Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.
  2. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.
  3. Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
  4. Reliance Industries Ltd.
  5. Finolex Industries Ltd.
  6. Thermax Ltd.
  7. Aker Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
  8. Forbes Marshall
  9. Kirloskar Ebara Pumps Ltd.
  10. Alfa Laval (India) Ltd.
  11. Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd
  12. Praj Industries Ltd.
  13. Equinox Software and Services Pvt. Ltd.
  14. Honeywell India Ltd.
  15. National Chemical Laboratories (NCL), Pune
  16. CSIR, Urdip, Pune
  17. Rashtriya Chemical Fertilizers (RCF) Ltd.
  18. Infosys Technologies Ltd.
  19. Accenture
  20. Cognizant Supreme Petrochem Ltd.
  21. Privi Organics Ltd.
  22. Kajaria Ceramics Ltd.
  23. Texol Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
  24. HIKAL Ltd.
  25. Bell Energy Pvt. Ltd.
  26. Praxair (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  27. Helium Consulting, Pune
  28. Asian Paints
  29. Mu Sigma, Pune
  30. Z S Associates, Pune

Contact Us

Program Head:

Prof. (Dr.) Kiran D. Patil
E-Mail: kiran.patil@mitpune.edu.in
Tel No. : +91-20-30273512,
Mobile : (+91) 9850272850

Counselor:

Dr. Vikrant D. Gaikwad
E-Mail: vikrant.gaikwad@mitpune.edu.in
Tel No. : +91-20-30273118,
Mobile : (+91) 7709198836