Engineering Chemistry

Engineering Chemistry

Degrees offered: B.E /B.Tech, Diploma, Dual Degree, M.E /M.Tech., Ph.D

What is Engineering Chemistry

Engineering chemistry can be described as the development that meets the necessities of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to satisfy their own needs. The idea and concept of Engineering chemistry can be interpreted in many ways, however, at core its an approach towards development that looks to balance different, and often competing, necessities against an awareness of the environmental, social and economic limitations we confront as a society.


Generally, development is triggered by one particular need, without thoroughly considering the wider or future impact. The damage caused by this type of approach towards development affects every aspect of life such as large-scale financial crises due to the irresponsible banking or change in global climate resulting from our dependence on fossil fuel-based energy resources. The consequences will become more extreme and frequent, as long as Engineering chemistry is being practised. The focus of Engineering chemistry is far greater than the environment. It's about ensuring a healthy and strong society.


Courses Overview 

Course name

Type of Courses

Duration

Fee

Diploma in Chemical Engineering 

Diploma Degree 

3 years 

Rs. 3 lakhs - Rs. 9 lakhs

B.Tech in Chemical Engineering 

Bachelor Degree 

4 years 

Rs. 4 lakhs - Rs. 13 lakhs 

B.E. in Chemical Engineering 

Bachelor Degree

4 years

Rs. 3 lakhs - Rs. 11 lakhs

M.Tech in Chemical Engineering 

Postgraduate Degree 

2 years 

Rs. 2 lakhs - Rs. 10 lakhs 

M.E. in Chemical Engineering 

Postgraduate Degree

2 years

 Upto Rs. 7 lakhs

M.S. in Chemical Engineering 

Postgraduate Degree 

2 years

Rs. 2 lakhs - Rs. 7 lakhs


For Undergraduate Courses: 


Diploma in Chemical Engineering 

  • Course Name: Diploma in Chemical Engineering

  • Type of Course: Undergraduate Degree 

  • Eligibility: 10+2 with science and mathematics 

  • Admission Process: Merit list

  • Duration: 3 years 

  • Examination Type: Semester System

  • Fee: Rs. 3 lakhs - Rs. 7 lakhs in Public Institutes, Rs. 4 lakhs - Rs. 11 lakhs in Private Institutes


B.Tech Chemical Engineering

  • Course Name: B.Tech in Chemical Engineering

  • Type of Course: Undergraduate degree 

  • Eligibility: 10+2 with science stream

  • Admission Process: Entrance test/ Cut -off

  • Duration: 4 years 

  • Examination Type: Semester System

  • Fee: Rs. 4 lakhs - Rs. 10 lakhs in Public Institutes, Rs. 7 lakhs - Rs. 20 lakhs in Private Institutes


B.E. Chemical Engineering 

  • Course Name: B.E. in Chemical Engineering

  • Type of Course: Undergraduate degree

  • Eligibility: 10+2 with science stream

  • Admission Process: Entrance test/ Cut -off

  • Duration: 4 years 

  • Examination Type: Semester System

  • Fee: Rs. 3 lakhs - Rs. 9 lakhs in Public Institutes, Rs. 5 lakhs - Rs. 14 lakhs in Private Institutes


For Postgraduate Courses: 


M.Tech Chemical Engineering 

  • Course Name: M.Tech. Chemical Engineering

  • Type of Course: Postgraduate Degree

  • Eligibility: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with a 50% aggregate 

  • Admission Process: Entrance test/ Merit-list 

  • Duration: 2 years 

  • Examination Type: Semester System

  • Fee: Rs. 2 lakhs - Rs. 7 lakhs in Public Institutes, Rs. 4 lakhs - Rs. 10 lakhs in Private Institutes


M.E. Chemical Engineering

  • Course Name: M.E. Chemical Engineering

  • Type of Course: Postgraduate Degree

  • Eligibility: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with a 50% aggregate 

  • Admission Process: Entrance test/ Merit-list 

  • Duration: 2 years 

  • Examination Type: Semester System

  • Fee: Upto Rs. 7 lakhs (approximately)


For M.S. Chemical Engineering 

  • Course Name: M.S. Chemical Engineering

  • Type of Course: Postgraduate Degree

  • Eligibility: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or its equivalent 

  • Admission Process: Entrance test/ Merit-list 

  • Duration: 2 years 

  • Examination Type: Semester System

  • Fee: Rs. 1.5 lakhs - Rs. 4 lakhs in Public Institutes, Rs. 3 lakhs - Rs. 7 lakhs in Private Institutes


What does an engineering chemistry graduate do? 


Engineering chemistry graduates or chemical engineers use raw materials and chemicals to design, manufacture, and test new products, systems and machinery which are used in numerous industries. These systems and products are essential needs of our daily lives which makes our lives safer, easier. Scholars of both Engineering Chemistry and Chemical Engineering also gain high skills and experience to design large-scale chemical manufacturing plants. They work in various industries such as chemical diagnostics, alternative energy and process synthesis.

In chemical diagnostics, they manufacture devices for biomedical applications, environmental monitoring, microfluidics, forensics and security analyses. They also work in pharmaceuticals companies as manufacturers and researchers. Chemical engineers develop the most efficient way of production and also test the product to ensure that the quality of product is satisfactory. Nearly in every industry, they deal with materials and chemicals and use them to design and create useful equipment and machines for many different fields, like medicine, nuclear sector, agriculture, and product manufacturing, etc.

Eligibility Criteria (UG & PG) of Engineering Chemistry

  • Eligibility criteria for admission in Diploma in Chemical Engineering: The minimum educational criteria for candidates is passing class 10 with minimum aggregate marks of 45% in Science and Mathematics or its corresponding from any recognized board in India. 

  • Eligibility criteria for admission in B.Tech Chemical Engineering: The basic educational qualification for candidates is passing class 10+2 with Science stream or its corresponding from any recognized board in India. Candidates are required to have a minimum aggregate of 50% in class 12th. Reserved categories such as SC/ST are provided a relaxation upto 5%. The qualifying examination should be with Physics, Maths, Chemistry and an extra subject of the students choice. For IIT, candidates have to qualify the JEE Main (Joint Entrance Examinations) and JEE Advanced. 

  • Eligibility criteria for admission in B.E. Chemical Engineering: Candidates need to qualify class 12th (Science stream) or its equivalent from any relevant board in India. To get admission in top colleges within India, candidates must qualify exams such as JEE Main, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, etc.

  • Eligibility criteria for admission in M.Tech in Chemical Engineering: Candidates must have graduated with an aggregate of 50%. To pursue this course in IITs, candidates need to qualify GATE. 

  • Eligibility criteria for admission in M.E. in Chemical Engineering: Candidates are required to have a minimum aggregate of 55% in B.Tech or B.E. in chemical engineering from a recognized university in India. They will also have to pass the entrance exams conducted by universities across the country such as GATE.

  • Eligibility criteria for admission in M.S. in Chemical Engineering: The educational criteria required to pursue M.S. in chemical engineering is Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or its corresponding from any recognized university within India.


Top Entrance Exams for Engineering Chemistry

 

JEE Main (Joint Entrance Examination)

JEE Main (Engineering Entrance Exam) is a national level entrance exam conducted twice a year by NTA (National Testing Agency). NTA decided that from 2019, JEE Main will be conducted twice a year, in January and April. An aspirant can appear for JEE Main twice a year for three consecutive years which means 6 attempts in a time-period of 3 years. This is deemed to be one of the toughest entrance exams in India. It is a gateway for IITs & NITs and also a qualifying exam for appearing in JEE Advanced. Only a handful of applicants are able to qualify this exam to appear for JEE Advanced. 


Mentioned below are some important points for aspirants: 

  • The given exam is computer based and consists of 75 (MCQs) questions.

  • JEE Main is conducted in three different languages which are Hindi, English and Gujrati.

  • To be eligible for appearing for this candidates must qualify 10+2 with science stream and with an aggregate of 60% in PCM (Physics, chemistry and mathematics).

  • Candidates have 6 attempts in a span of consecutive 3 years.

  • The question paper is of total 300 marks and +4 marks is rewarded on 1 correct answer, while 1 incorrect answer results in -1 mark.


JEE Advanced (Joint Entrance Examination)

After qualifying JEE Main, candidates can appear for JEE Advanced. The eligibility criteria is based on a merit list released by NTA (National Testing Agency). This merit list is based on the marks obtained by candidates in JEE Main. Candidates with equal or more marks than merit-list are deemed eligible to appear for JEE Advanced. The cut off is usually very high. This exam is the most competitive undergraduate entrance exam within India and is also quite different from JEE Main in terms of pattern. Even after qualifying both exams, candidates must secure 75% or more in class 10+2 to be eligible for admission in any IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) across the country. IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) are considered to be one of the top B.Tech engineering colleges in India. 


Mentioned below are some important points for aspirants:

  • This is a computer based exam which is conducted in three different languages Hindi, English and Gujrati.

  • There are two numbers of papers (Paper I and II) in JEE Advanced and the time duration given for each paper is 3 hours.

  • The number of questions for JEE Advanced varies each year. 

  • The eligibility criteria to appear for this examination is based on the merit list formulated on the basis of JEE Mains result.

  • In 2 consecutive years candidates have only 2 attempts.

  • For each correct answer candidates are awarded +4 marks and for every incorrect question 1 mark gets minus. 

 

BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test)

The BITSAT is conducted in three states (Pilani, Hyderabad and Goa) by BITS (Birla Institute of Technology and Science). It is one of the most competitive engineering entrance exams along with JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The number of applications per year is over 3 lakh which results in admission rate being highly low. A degree in engineering chemistry awarded by BITS (Birla Institute of Technology and Science) is equivalent to any degree granted by other institutes in India. 

  • This entrance exam is also computer based with a total of 150 (MCQs) questions.

  • Total duration of the exam is 3 hours. 

  • The number of attempts candidates have are 2.

  • The total number of marks is 450.

  • For 1 correct answer: +3 marks

For 1 incorrect answer: -1


GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering)

GATE is conducted for admission in M.Tech into government and private institutions. It is a national level entrance examination which is jointly conducted by the seven Indian Institute of Technology (Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kharagpur, Madras, Kanpur and Roorkee) and IISC (Indian Institute of Science) Bangalore. It is a computer-based (Online) test of 3 hours. There are two sections in this exam which have a total of 65 questions. These 65 questions are of total 100 marks. 


Marking Scheme - 

  • Questions may carry 1 or 2 marks

  • For incorrect answers: ⅓ mark will be deducted for 1 mark questions

  • Note: Only MCQs will have negative marketing. There will be no negative marking for NAT questions. 


Admission Criteria - Engineering Chemistry 

For Diploma in Chemical Engineering: Candidates must have passed class 10th or its equivalent with a minimum aggregate of 45% in science and mathematics, along with English. Admissions are conducted on the basis of merit list, however, these merit-lists differ for each institute. Candidates can apply for this program through offline mode as well as an online portal by logging into the official website of the college. 

For B.Tech Chemical Engineering: The admission in B.Tech Chemical Engineering is done through two processes: entrance exams (JEE Main, JEE Advanced and BITSAT) or direct admission. To get admission in top colleges of India, candidates have to qualify entrance exams such as JEE Main & Advanced and BITSAT. Direct admission is regulated on the basis of the marks obtained by applicants in class 12th. 

For B.E. Chemical Engineering: Candidates are required to have passed their class 12 with a minimum aggregate of 50% in physics, chemistry and mathematics. For IITs, candidates have to qualify exams such as JEE Main, JEE advanced. Many private institutes also conduct their own respective entrance examinations. 

For M.Tech Chemical Engineering: Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in B.Tech chemical engineering with an aggregate of 50%. Direct admission in IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) are done on the basis of marks achieved by candidates in GATE. 

For M.E. Chemical Engineering: Candidates seeking admission for this course must have a Bachelor’s degree in B.Tech or B.E. with an aggregate of 55%. Entrance exams such as GATE are conducted for admission in IITs (Indian Institute of Technology). 

For M.S. Chemical Engineering: Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or its equivalent from any recognized university in India. Admission to M.S. in Chemical Engineering is offered on the basis of applicant’s performance in the entrance test regulated by the respective institute. 

Scope of Engineering Chemistry in India and Abroad

India is at a very crucial point in its growth path. It is on the brink of a major change. As it is improving the quality and quantity of all its citizens, while managing the natural resources that underpin the lives and livelihoods of people, and the possibility of resources is very high.

India is one of the fastest-growing economies and the 7th largest GDP of the globe. However, these accolades are undermined by severe air pollution, water pollution and its damage to health. The natural ecosystem is under high stress, half of the water bodies are polluted beyond drinking and agriculture use, a large part of the land is degraded to too many levels of optical productivity. Thus, certain goals have been determined which are going to bring together development and environment into a single set of targets. To ensure that these objectives are being pursued by skilled professionals. Governments and major companies have come together to invest a huge amount of money in this sector. Engineering chemistry has become the key for India to make sure that its population of 1.2 billion does not run out of resources in the near future.

A career in Engineering chemistry is both national and international in nature. Multinational companies (MNCs) hire skilled professionals to make sure that they improve the quality and efficiency of products. These companies offer a lucrative salary. The scope of work is not just limited to one industry, it expands to various fields such as the government sector to private industries like energy production, investment & financial and marketing sectors. 

Course Fees Engineering Chemistry

Minimum Fees Maximum Fees
Private Government Private Government
UG
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10.34 Lakhs
Dual Degree in Engineering Chemistry at Indian Institute of Technology Banaras Hindu University Varanasi
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10.34 Lakhs
Dual Degree in Engineering Chemistry at Indian Institute of Technology Banaras Hindu University Varanasi
PG
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Data not available
53.00 K
M.E /M.Tech. in Engineering Chemistry at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
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Data not available
4.29 Lakhs
B.E /B.Tech in Engineering Chemistry at Indian Institute of Technology Banaras Hindu University Varanasi
DIPLOMA
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35.04 K
Diploma in Engineering Chemistry at Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai
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35.04 K
Diploma in Engineering Chemistry at Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai

Course Subjects

For Undergraduate Courses 

Diploma in Chemical Engineering 




Semester 1

  • Basic Mathematics 

  • Chemistry I 

  • Engineering Drawing I

  • Physics I 

  • Applied Mathematics 

  • Development of Life Skill 

  • Workshop




Semester 2

  • Basics of Computer Systems 

  • Chemistry II

  • Engineering Drawing II

  • Physics II

  • Communication Skill

  • Engineering Mathematics 

  • Organic and Physical Chemistry 



Semester 3

  • Strength of Materials 

  • Electrical Technology 

  • Polymer Chemistry 

  • Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals 

  • Technology of Inorganic Chemicals 

  • Mechanical Operations 




Semester 4 

  • Technology of Plastics

  • Principles of Stoichiometry

  • Applied Mathematics

  • Basic Electronics 

  • Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer 

  • Material of Construction 

  • Technology of Organic Chemicals and Products 

Semester 5

  • Plant Training 




Semester 6 

  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering 

  • ELective I

  • Stress Management 

  • Chemical Engineering Drawing 

  • Plant Utilities 

  • Industrial Management 



Semester 7 

  • Introduction to Energy System Engineering 

  • Process Instrumentation and Control

  • Elective II

  • CADD & Estimation 

  • Mass Transfer 

  • Project 

Semester 8

  • Field Training 



B.Tech in Chemical Engineering 




Year 1 

  • Mathematics (Part I)

  • Mathematics (Part II)

  • Chemistry (Part I)

  • Chemistry (Part II)

  • Physics (Part I) 

  • Physics (Part II)

  • Computer Programming 

  • Engineering Mechanics 

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering 




Year 2

  • Mechanics of Solids

  • Organic Chemistry 

  • Physical Chemistry 

  • Fluid Mechanics

  • Chemical Process Industries (Part I) 

  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (Part I) 

  • Chemical Process Calculations 

  • Mechanical Operations 

  • Environmental Science and Engineering 





Year 3

  • Chemical Process Industries (Part II)

  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis 

  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (Part II)

  • Heat Transfer 

  • Mass Transfer 

  • Energy Engineering 

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering (Part I)

  • Material Science and Technology 

  • Process Instrumentation Dynamics and Control 

  • Department Elective


Year 4

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering (Part II)

  • Chemical Process Plant Safety 

  • Biochemical Engineering 

  • Department Electives 



B.E. in Chemical Engineering 





Semester 1

  • Biochemical Engineering and Bioinformatics

  • Corrosion Engineering

  • Nanotechnology 

  • Metallurgy 

  • Process Design, Control and Development 

  • Thermodynamics

  • Paper Engineering 

  • Textile Engineering




Semester 2

  • Plastic Engineering 

  • Nuclear Reprocessing 

  • Industrial Gas 

  • Corrosion and Environmental Engineering 

  • Chemical Process Modelling 

  • Biomedical Engineering 

  • Study of Chemical Reactors 

  • Electrochemistry 




Semester 3

  • Engineering Chemistry I 

  • Process Calculations

  • Applied Mathematics II

  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I

  • Fluid Flow Operations (FFO)

  • Chemical Technology 

  • Engineering Chemistry I (Lab Practice) 

  • Chemical Engineering Lab Practice 




Semester 4 

  • Engineering Chemistry II

  • Mechanical Equipment Design 

  • Applied Mathematics - IV

  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II

  • Solid-Fluid Mechanical Operations 

  • Chemical Engineering Economics 

  • Engineering II (Lab Practice) 

  • Chemical Engineering Lab III




Semester 5

  • Business Communication and Ethics 

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering - I (CREI)

  • Mass Transfer Operation - I

  • Heat Transfer Operations (HTO)

  • Electives: Piping Engineering Advanced Materials Science Instrumentation Colloids and Interfaces



Semester 6 

  • Transport Phenomenon

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering 

  • Mass Transfer Operation - II

  • Environmental Engineering 

  • Electives: Operational Research Computational Fluid Dynamics Biotechnology 



Semester 7

  • Process Engineering 

  • Process Equipment Design (PED)

  • Process Dynamics and Control (PDC)

  • Electives: Corrosion Engineering Petroleum Technology Industrial Organization and Management

  • Projects / Seminar




Semester 8

  • Energy Stream Design 

  • Modelling, Simulation and Optimization 

  • Project Engineering and Entrepreneurship Management

  • Electives: Total Quality Management Polymer Technology Advanced Process Control Advanced Separation Technology


For Postgraduate Courses

M.Tech in Chemical Engineering 






Year 1

  • Transport Phenomena

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering 

  • Applied Mathematics 

  • Advanced Mass Transfer

  • Advanced Process Dynamics and Control

  • Process Equipment Design

  • Multiphase Flow 

  • Solvent Extraction Engineering 

  • Catalysis and Surface Phenomena 

  • Food Process Engineering and Technology 

  • Environmental Engineering 

  • Modern Separation process 





Year 2

  • Computer-Aided Design 

  • Process Modelling Simulation and Optimization

  • Safety Engineering 

  • Fluidization Engineering 

  • Project Engineering of Process Plants 

  • Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

  • Biomedical Engineering 

  • Pharmaceutical Technology 

  • Total Quality Management 

  • Numerical Techniques 

  • Operation Research 

  • Computational Methods and Computer Graphics 


M.E. in Chemical Engineering 

Semester 1

  • Process Optimization 

  • Research Methodology 

  • Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering 

  • Advanced Fluid Transfer

  • Advanced Separation Process 

  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 

  • Project Management

Semester 2 

  • Advanced Process Control

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering 

  • Process Modelling and Simulation 

  • Advanced Reaction Engineering 

  • Advanced Transport Phenomena

  • Distillation 

  • Safety and Hazards

  • Seminar I

Semester 3

  • Process Modelling 

  • Advanced Thermodynamics 

  • Composite Materials 

  • Seminar II

  • Lab Practice 

Semester 4 

  • Seminar III

  • Thesis

  • Project Work


M.S. in Chemical Engineering 




Semester 1

  • Process Optimization 

  • Research Methodology 

  • Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering 

  • Advanced Separation Processes

  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 

  • Project Management 




Semester 2

  • Advanced Process Control 

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering 

  • Process Modelling and Simulation 

  • Advanced Reaction Engineering 

  • Advanced Transport Phenomena 

  • Distillation 

  • Safety and Hazards 

  • Seminar I 



Semester 3

  • Process Modelling

  • Advanced Thermodynamics 

  • Composite Materials 

  • Seminar II

  • Lab Practice 


Semester 4

  • Seminar III

  • Thesis 

  • Project Work


Careers in Engineering Chemistry

After completing their Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Chemistry, they generally work in the petroleum industry, large scale productions, overviewing or designing of plants as a chemical process engineer, quality and production engineer, etc. It provides an innovative approach towards jobs in which they develop new industrial processes, design process plants or enhance existing ones. A second job profile much alike to this would be production engineer which ensures that all products are manufactured with efficiency and the quality is on par with company standards. Aside from private industries, there are also various opportunities in the government sector. Stated below are some of the top job profiles from both private & government sectors.

Job Profiles and Top Recruiters

Job Profiles 

  • Chemical Process Engineer 

  • Quality Engineer 

  • Production Engineer 

  • Plant Manager

  • Safety Management Officer 

  • Plant Designer 

  • Purchase and Quality Control Executive

  • Powder Coating

  • Process Design Engineer

  • Researcher 

  • Senior Laboratory Assistant

  • Junior Laboratory Assistant 

  • Senior Technical Superintendent

  • Junior Technical Superintendent

  • Professor 

  • Assistant Professor 

  • Associate Professor 

  • Adjunct Professor 


Top Recruiters

  • Indian oil corporation limited (IOCL)

  • Hindustan petroleum corporation limited (HPCL)

  • Bharat petroleum corporation limited (BPCL)

  • National thermal power corporation (NTPC)

  • ONGC 

  • Gas authority of India limited (GAIL)

  • Steel authority of India limited (SAIL)

  • Pedlite limited 

  • Kribhco 

  • Asian paints 

  • Gujarat Narmada Fertilizer Corporation (GNFC)

  • Gujarat State Fertilizer Corporation Limited (GSFC)

  • Gujarat Insecticide Limited 

  • Sun Pharma 

  • Lupin Limited 

  • Alkem Laboratories

  • Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories 

Questions related to Engineering Chemistry

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which is the best book for 1. Engineering chemistry 1st year 2. Engineering mathematics 3. Engineering graph and drawing

Ankur Dubey Student Expert 10th Nov, 2020

Hello

Here are best  books for the subject you have mentioned in the question

For engineering chemistry: pc jain (Dhanpat rai publications)

For engineering drawing- ND. Bhatt

For engineering mathematics- higher engineering maths by B.S grewal. (Khanna publications)

Good Luck.

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what is engineering physics, engineering mathematics and engineering chemistry. do they have scope and is there any difference between engineering mathematics and mathematical computing

Sonali Sahu Student Expert 30th May, 2020

Hello,

Engineering science is bit deep and has different theories which is completely different which you read in 12th.

Basics is same but those are use to solve lot more real life problems.

Engineering mathematics and physics is mostly used in all engineering streams.

Engineering chemistry and physics is used in biotechnology engineering , chemical engineering, mechanical and aerospace engineering.

Science is basic rule for every process or thing or component. There is no domain or work for engineering mathematics, physics or chemistry. You can read them in BTech/BE and use them in your job time. Engineering has good scope and it's improving towards automations.

Hope it helps!

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what is b.tech polymer technology?suggest its scope?

Devanshi Adhikari 1st May, 2020

Hello aspirant,

Polymer Engineer is related to converting natural and synthetic raw materials into a host of products that include plastic, rubber, textile fabric and advanced materials. An undergraduate course in Polymer Engineering helps the aspirants to get innovative ideas on the application of polymer materials and developing polymer processing. B.Tech or BE in Polymer Engineering is a 4-year program. The students are trained in various Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software such as Accelrys, Material Studio for molecular simulation etc. Apirants can also pursue M.Tech in Chemical and Polymer Engineering after graduating in B.Tech or BE program.

Scope of Polymer Engineering:

Graduates and postgraduates in Polymer Engineering can be employed as:

  • production supervisors, quality control inspectors, mold designers, and production planners in several private and public sector companies.
  • technologists or polymer scientists
  • lecturers or professors in engineering institutes.
  • Research and development, quality control, design and manufacture of molds etc.

For more information about Polymer Engineering you can visit:

https://www.careers360.com/courses/polymer-engineering-course

Thank you.

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My exams are 1 week away. How can I prepare for it. Im in 11th Class PCM.

Nithesh 1st Oct, 2019
Haii shreyas!!! I'll tell you some tips for for 11th PCM follow If you like. Chemistry: This subject requires more concentration so keep practising everything and remember bit to bit. NCERT is enough iff you write and remember line to line. Physics : some of the main topics to cover is like thermodynamics, law of motion,gravitation,oscillations and waves.firstly do practice the important derivations. Remember the formulas to solve the problems.Better to write formulas in a notes to keep remember and for revision. Read conceptual questions by understanding the theory in it don't by heart it and then remember the main points in that question. While coming to maths:some the topics to cover is trignometry and yahh...R.D sharma is prescribed and ease to prepare in this Bionomical and Conic sections,p&c,trignometry(8,9,10,11of RD. Sharma) .Do practice the problems clearly in an order because the questions will be given in the advanced level. Do practice well for the exam.All the best Shreyas!! Give your best in your examinations. And in practicals also. Good luck!
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