B. Tech: Chemical Engineering

National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli
In Tiruchirappalli

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Tiruchirappalli
National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli Tanjore Main Road, National Highway 67, , 620015, Tamil Nadu, India
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· Requirements

Admission to the course at U.G. level after +2 is through the AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination) conducted by CBSE( Central Board of Secondary Education), New Delhi. Details on the examination

Course programme

Established in 1968, the Department of Chemical Engineering,NIT Trichy is regarded as one of the premier centers for Chemical Engineering in India by industries as well as academia.
The department is backed by highly qualified and experienced faculty, most of whom have been involved in various industrial projects and consultancy services. The students, guided by the experienced faculty, have presented many papers in India and abroad and have won several National Level Design Competitions. The programme is supplemented by several state-of-the-art laboratories, which cover all areas of practical interest. Other than traditional laboratories like Fluid Mechanics, Heat and Mass transfer and Mechanical Operations, the students are exposed to specialised ones like Reaction Engineering, Process Control, Biotechnology. The Process Control lab, one of the best in the country, is equipped with the latest instruments for recording and analysis of data used for simulating plant conditions.

The first year of the B.Tech(Chemical Engineering) academic program has common classes for all the departments. The students from all departments are conglomerated together in various sections. Students from all the departments offering B.Tech course are present in any given section.

The academic year is divided into two semesters. Both the semesters have two cycle tests followed by the semester examination.

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