B.Tech (Chemical Engineering)


B.Tech (Chemical Engineering)

Program Overview

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 defense 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 Ph.D. from India and abroad.

Program 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

  • AIChE Global Outstanding Student Chapter Award 2019

  • 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

  • Exposure to Problem based Learning

  • Experiential learning

  • Guest Faculty of National and International experts

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

  • World Peace teachings in curriculum

  • Dedicated training and placement support

  • Study Tours

  • Mentoring

  • Emphasis on social context in engineering education

Program 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

  • Study tours

  • Track I: Flow Simulation

  • Track II: Refining and Petrochemicals

  • Track III: Biochemical Engineering

  • Track IV: Process Modeling and Simulation

  • Industry internship

  • Capstone project