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Overview

The Chemical Engineering Department at Nirma University, is committed to provide excellence to its students by providing them high quality teaching–learning in state-of-the-art laboratories, well-equipped infrastructure, qualified and committed faculty members and serene ambience. It comprises of highly motivated faculty members with strong research and academic experience. Their expertise cater to diverse domains in Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Energy Engineering, Chemistry, Polymer Technology, which equip the students with strong fundamentals, awareness of modern concepts and competent skill set.

The faculty members of the department are actively involved in research and development in various areas like catalysis, advanced wastewater treatment, thermodynamics, energy, green processes, nanotechnology, polymers, etc. They are also actively involved in consultancy projects of environmental audit. The faculty members and students have won several prestigious national awards from various organisations like Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE), Indian Institute of Chemical Engineering (IIChE), Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) , Association of Chemical Technology (India), etc.

To be a leading Chemical Engineering Department imparting quality education and conducting research in chemical and allied areas for the sustainable development of the society.
  • To develop and mentor socially responsible, environmentally conscious and ethically upright professionals, equipped with state-of-the-art knowledge and skills.
  • To interact continuously with the industry and society at large to respond effectively to their needs.
  • To develop modern chemical engineering laboratories and research facilities.


The curriculum of chemical engineering is designed to prepare graduates to attain the following program-specific outcomes:

  • To model, simulate and validate the chemical engineering problems.
  • To design or develop chemical processes incorporating the impact of economic, environmental, social, health, safety and sustainability.
  • To practise or apply chemical engineering principles, communication and other skills in a wide range of industrial and professional employment areas.