Chemical Engineering is the design and
maintenance of chemical plants and the
development of chemical processes for
converting raw materials or chemicals into
valuable forms including those used to remove
chemicals from waste materials, to enable largescale
manufacture. It combines knowledge of
Chemistry and Engineering for the production of
chemicals and related by-products.
This branch of engineering is a varied field,
covering areas from biotechnology and
nanotechnology to mineral processing. It covers
various fields of chemical technology in mineral
based industries, petrochemical plants,
pharmaceuticals, synthetic fibres, petroleum
refining plants etc. Chemical engineers design
and operate chemical plants and improve
methods of production.

1. B. Tech
2. M. Tech

10+2 pass with physics, chemistry and
mathematics from recognized Board of
examination. Most of the colleges offer admission
on the basis of score obtained in national/state
level entrance test.

1. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)
2. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur
3. Indian institute of Technology (Madras)
4. Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
5. Rajasthan Technical University, Kota,
6. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha
University, Delhi

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