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Curriculum development

Technical and Executive personnel belonging to
AkzoNobel Sartorius
Cipla Desmet Ballestra
Honeywell Central Food Technological Research Institute

distinguish meetings conducted on regular basis in the department.

Adjunct Professor Dr. A.R. Phani has taught courses on particle technology at the UG and PG level.

MoU with Industry

Building on the success of a project on “Permeability & Filtration studies on Ceramic Filters” under the TIFAC scheme, the department has entered into an MoU with Ceramic Technological Institute - Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (CTI-BHEL).

The department has plans for consultancy from closer cooperation with Cipla soon.

Joint projects

General Electric has been involved in a joint project with the department on biomass gasification since 2011. At the college level the department has been involved in extending its core competencies to interdisciplinary projects in vacuum and flexible electronics, and composite materials. Collaboration with external colleges/universities is also documented. Central Power Research Institute and INM Technologies have guided M.Tech. students and employed interns from the department for curricular project work. These have resulted in research publications as well.

Training programs

Our faculty have trained personnel at Cipla on heat transfer, and personnel at Electronics and Radar Development Establishment (LRDE) on mass transfer as well.

Between third and fourth years, several industries, including but not limited to

Cipla Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd.
Panipat Refinery and Petrochemical Complex Michelin India
Sidvin Core Tech Reliance
Haldia Petrochemicals BASF
BARC L&T
Tata Chemicals Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers
Achal Industries Northland Rubber Woods
UB Group AkzoNobel
Fugro Middle East Essar
Qatar Fuel Additives Rajni Combustion
Arjuna Natural Extracts.

offer summer internships to our students.

Our students have trained on and used evaluation versions of StarCCM+ for computational fluid dynamics simulations.

Industry visits

The department students benefit professionally from industry visits organized on a regular basis. In the last three years:

  • B.E. (III Sem, class of 2017) and M.Tech. (I Sem, class of 2015) students visited AkzoNobel in October 2014
  • B.E. (III Sem, class of 2016) students visited AkzoNobel and Cipla in December 2013

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