The School has state- of art laboratories with modern equipment & instruments to train the students with modern practices in all branches of Engineering.

A guest lecture was organized on “Bioinformatics and its Role in Drug Designing” for students of B.Tech Biotechnology on 17th Sep., 2018 by School of Engineering and Technology. The lecture was delivered by Dr. Subhash Agarwal, Scientist E, National Institute of Cancer Prevention and Research (NICPR), Noida.

A guest lecture on “Current research trends in Bio-Sciences & Biotechnology and Rejuvenation of wastewater” was organized by School of Engineering and Technology on 17th Oct., 2018. The lecture was delivered by Dr. M.R.R. Prasad an Eminent Scientist, ISRO and Colleague of late Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

Visit to National Botanical Garden, Lucknow

On 4th february, 2019, the students of B.Tech Biotechnology VI Semester visited the National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI), Lucknow, which is amongst one of the constituent research institutes of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). Visit to different labs of NBRI acquainted the standards with various high throughput techniques use in basic and applied areas of Plant Biotechnology. Students also observed germplasm collections and the plant wealth of the botanic garden, including wide variety of important medicinal and ornamental plants. The visit was full of fun and knowledge.

Cleanness to Self Dependence

Dr. Debojit Dey, Head of the Department of History, S.K.Roy College, Katlicherra, Assam visited Jaipur National University and interacted with the students of B.Tech Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering. During his interaction with the students he has shared various method of waste management and how student can start their own entrepreneur cell and can become self dependence using various techniques of waste management.

Dr. Debojit Dey interacting with the students and sharing is ideas of cleanness to self dependence

A visit to National Research Centre of Seed Spices (NRCSS), Ajmer was organized on 14/03/18 for the students of B.Tech Biotechnology Programme.

Safety Aspects of Storage, Handling and Transportation of Petroleum Products

22nd Jan, 2019

3rd year students of Chemical Engineering attended five day (January 07-11, 2019) short term course on Safety Aspects of Storage, Handling and Transportation of Petroleum Products at MNIT Jaipur. The aim of this course was to present an insight into the safety aspects of handling, transportation and storage of petroleum products. The course includes lectures by industry/academic experts about fundamentals and case studies pertaining to the course theme. Participants have also visited to IOCL terminal, Mohanpura, Jaipur to show the safety aspects in petroleum pipeline.

Department arranges industrial visit to provide industrial knowledge to the students.
  • I. Chemical engineers have very vital role in cement industry. Therefore, Department organized the industrial visit to cement industry (ACC Cement Ltd, Lakheri, Rajasthan) on 10th February 2017 to show the live manufacturing process of Pozzolana and Portland cement. Students closely observed the working of electrostatic precipitator, rotary kiln, pre-heater and cyclone separator.
  • II. Pulp and paper technology is one of the important segments in the course of B.Tech Chemical engineering so we planned to visit one of the renowned handmade paper manufacturing industries of Jaipur to impart the better and practical knowledge in this field. 24 students of chemical engineering along with 2 faculty members visited Kagzi Industries, Sanganer, Jaipur on 14th March 2018. The industry was established in the year 1992 by Md. Rafiq Kagzi.
  • III. Students of B.Tech Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology visited JDA’s Sewage Treatment Plant having 30 MLD capacity at Ralwata, Goner Road, Jaipur, on 7th September, 2018. The objective of the visit was to impart the practical knowledge and relevant technical aspects of working of the Effluent Treatment Plant. Students learnt primary and secondary treatment processes and also the digestion process of sludge, involved in effluent treatment processes.
  • IV. More than 45 students and two faculty members of B.Tech Chemical Engineering and Food Technology visited Jaipur Dairy (SARAS) at Malviya Nagar, Jaipur on 26th October 2018. During their visit students learnt about various equipments and methods of analysis used in Milk and Milk products processing, for e.g., Pasteurizer, Cream Separators, Homogenizer, Butter churner, Plate-form analysis of raw Milk, Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese) preparation, their packaging and dispatch using refrigerated vans.

Process Instrumentation and Control Lab

S. No. Name Of Equipment
1 Temperature control trainer
2 Pressure control trainer
3 Control valve
4 Flow control trainer
5 Time constant of thermometer
6 Air purge method
7 Calibration of thermocouple
8 Time constant of manometer
9 Interacting and non- interacting system
Mass Transfer Lab
S. No. Name Of Equipment
1 Distillation column
2 Absorption column
3 Crystallizer
4 Rotary Dryer
5 Cooling tower
6 Vapour liquid diffusion
7 Liquid -Liquid extraction equipment
8 Wetted Wall tower
9 Spray Tower
10 Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Set up
Fluid Mechanics and Mechanical operation Lab
S. No. Name Of Equipment
1 Orifice meter
2 Venturimeter
3 Rotameter
4 Reynolds apparatus
5 Pipe fitting
6 Loses through pipe fittings
7 Bernoulli apparatus
8 Mixing in agitated vessel
9 Cyclone Separator
10 Ball mill
11 Jaw Crusher
12 Sieve-Shaker

The Department of Chemical Engineering organized a guest lecture on “Career Prospect of Chemical Engineers in the Marketing Field” by Mr. Apurv Singh, (alumni 2006-10 batch) Area Sales Manager, J.K. Cement Ltd., Rajasthan, on 30th Jan 2019 for the students (all semesters) of Chemical Engineering.

Mr. Singh emphasized on the role of an engineer in the marketing field. He explained every engineer should have at least two major qualities viz., positive attitude and ability to take challenges. A chemical engineer has various roles in an industry like plant designing, process developing, plant operation and process optimization as well as marketing.

He stressed over thorough knowledge of product manufacturing techniques, quality standard, and relevant competitor’s product knowledge to get established in the marketing segment. He narrated his career growth from Trainee in Golcha soapstone to area sales manager J.K. Cement Ltd..

The Department of Chemical Engineering organizes guest lectures to impart knowledge about recent advanced topic and research.

  • I. The Department of Chemical Engineering has organized a guest lecture on “Affordable De-fluoridation Technologies using Nano-biotechnology” by Dr. Suphiya Khan, Associate Professor, Banasthali University on 17th August, 2018. Dr. Khan introduced the basic problems encountered by the presence of fluoride ions in drinking water. She also discussed about various fluoride removal techniques and their major limitations. In continuation with this, she conversed about the nano-bio-sorbent for fluoride removal which is a simple, inexpensive and highly efficient technology. This new method uses pouches covered with nanoparticles synthesized from organically-grown jojoba seeds to remove fluoride from water.
  • II. The Department of Chemical Engineering organized a guest lecture on “Computational Fluid Dynamics” by Mr. Manjeet Kumar Mishra, Assistant Professor, Apex Institute of Engineering & Technology on 25th Oct. 2018 for the students of Chemical Engineering and Food Technology. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) skill in the industry. Mr. Mishra highlighted why CFD is a powerful tool and how it is being implemented in various fields such as automotive, aerospace, biomedical, chemical, energy systems etc.
  • III. The Department of Chemical Engineering organized a guest lecture on “Career Prospect of Chemical Engineers in the Marketing Field” by Mr. Apurv Singh, (alumni 2006-10 batch) Area Sales Manager, J.K. Cement Ltd., Rajasthan, on 30th Jan 2019 for the students (all semesters) of Chemical Engineering. Mr. Singh emphasized on the role of an engineer in the marketing field. He explained every engineer should have at least two major qualities viz., positive attitude and ability to take challenges. A chemical engineer has various roles in an industry like plant designing, process developing, plant operation and process optimization as well as marketing. He stressed over thorough knowledge of product manufacturing techniques, quality standard, and relevant competitor’s product knowledge to get established in the marketing segment. He narrated his career growth from Trainee in Golcha soapstone to area sales manager J.K. Cement Ltd.

Visit to Bisalpur Dam & Kota Barrage on dated 21 March to 22-03-2018. Students of B.Tech.(civil) have visited the Kota Barrage .They were accompanied by Prof P.N.Darde and Mr Yusuf. They were explained how the water is used for the water supply from the reservoir. It is a part of their syllabus .They was a good feed back from the students. The visit to Bislpur dam was also quite useful .They had been explained how the water from this reservoir is supplied to Jaipur and Ajmer. The designed and planning of these projects were demonstrated by the Executive Engineer of the projects.

KOTA BARRAGE RESERVOIR VIEW

STUDENTS OF B.Tech. (C) 6TH SEMESTER AT KOTA BARRAGE.

2. One day Workshop on CAD for design Steel Structure on 15-03-2018.

3. Visit to Birla Cement Plant Jobner on 17-01-2018

4. One day Workshop on Auto-CAD on 11-01-2018

5. Hindi celebration on 14-09-2017 - A big students had participated in this celebration. A debate competition was also arranged on this day.

Celebration of Engineers’ day on 15-09-2018 - Celebration of Engineers is celebrated on 15 Sept. every on the birth day of Dr S. Radha Krishanan,ex President of India.

7. Guest Lecture by Prof. M. S. Babel from Bangkok 10th of October 2017. - Dr M. S. Babel a Professor from Asian Institute of technology Bangkok was very kind to deliver lecture on the importance of education and research work which are being under taken in various university. He has also clarified the methods to get admissions in higher education.

8. Survey Camp at Dalhousie from 22 to 29 Sept. 2018 - Survey camp was organized accompied by Faculty members namely Mr Yusuf Ali and Mr Dharmveer sagar. The survey camp was arranged at Dalhousie to impart the training to the V th Sem Students of B.Tech.(civil) to carry out the surface levels and draw the counters .Students have also learn how to make use of various instruments for the survey works. It is a very important exercise since without survey civil works can not be under taken.

9. Guest Lecture on Construction & Planing by Mr. Sunil Kulmat Jangid, Manager on 11-10-2017

10. Lecture on Cost Estimate by Mr. Omprakash Nagar on 21 Sept.2018. - Costing is a important part of the B.Tec.(c) Course. Mr Omprakash Nagar, an Ex Assistant Engineer, P.W.D has delivered lecture on this topic.

11. Lecture on Design of Concrete Structure by Mr. Sudama Sharma Red. (Assistant Engineer, PWD) on 26 Sept. 2018. - Design of concrete is one of the courses offered to B Tech. (Civil) students. It is a core subject. The lecture was arranged by inviting Mr. Sudama Sharma.

12. Seminar on Career & Skill development on 06-10-2017 by Mr. Praveen Singh IES officer.

13. Visit to Chandigarh, Cement plant, Pandoh Dam and Manali Road Construction 23/10/18 to 29/10/18 By 3rd semester B.Tech. (C)

VISIT TO RMC PLANT MOHALI

Without the field activities the theoretical knowledge is incomplete. To explain how the cement is manufactured, road is constructed in the field ,students of B.Tech.(civil) ,3 rd semester were taken to cement manufacturing plant at Chandigarh ,Manali for the constructionof road and Pando Dam. They were accompanied by faculties Mr. Prashant Sharma and Mr Sanjeev Saini.

Email Filtering using Machine Learning

The project presents a machine learning method in spam filtering by conducting an empirical experiment in six public and real non-encoded datasets. (Student Team: Saif Salim Solanki, Sandeep Saha)

Automatic Auditing of Pollution Level and Removal of Hard Waste from River Bodies using IOT.

The aim of this project is to remove hard waste using mechanical and automated system through IOT. (Student Team: Sanjeev Kumar)

Internet of Things based on Smart Grid

The goal of this project is to visualize and monitor the power consumption online on a smart phone using mobile application by integrating smart plugs, sensors, IOT devices and gateway. (Student Team: Shambhawi, Pranav Kumar, Varsha Sharma)

Hadoop Data Processing

HadoopMapReduce is a programming model for developing applications that process large amount of data in parallel across clusters of commodity hardware in a reliable and fault tolerant manner. (Student Team: BhanuPratap Singh Chouhan, IkhlasMohd. Saqib)

A Security System through Face Detection

A proposed solution, Face Recognition Security System detects intruders to restricted or high security areas an helps in minimizing human error.(Student Team: Aditya Kumar, Amit Phulera, Ravi Gurjar)

Travelonian

The main objective of this project is to create the android application which provides soothing travel experience to the tourists from foreign or even from our country while visiting India. (Student Team: Gaurav Pushola, Kadambary, Kanika Nagpal)

Intrusion and Denial of Service Attack in Cloud Computing Environment: Investigation and Prevention

In this project, a survey has been conducted on DDOS attacks research work and analyzed prevention and detection methods used for DDOS attacks in cloud.( Student Team: Manish Kumar)

  • Students participation in Smart India Hackathon competitions with funding from MHRD,GoI
  • Active participation in Swayam, MOOC courses by the students and faculty members
  • Job-oriented Addon Courses in the Pre – final year semester based on Project Based Learning Approaches
  • Regular industrial visits/ tours, workshops and guest lectures.
  • Industry oriented syllabus
  • Good Placement record
  • Strong Alumni Links and Support

TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION PROJECT MADE BY STUDENTOF DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

HYDRO POWER PLANT PROJECT MADE BY STUDENT OF DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

WIRELESS MOBILECHARGERPROJECT MADE BY STUDENT OF DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

SOLAR CAR PROJECT MADE BY STUDENT OF DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

HYBRID CAR (BASED ON SOLAR ENERGY & ELECTRICAL ENERGY) MADE BY STUDENT OF DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

A Guest Lecture on Robotic Process Automation delivered by Mr. Nishant Goel, Founder & CEO of BOT Mantra on 19th January 2019.

Automobile security system using GPS

Antitheft system uses for alarm you through GSM about any theft activity happen with vehicle. (Student Team: Md. Ziauddin and Rupesh Kumar)

Smart Helmet

Innovative Idea design a helmet that detects alcohol and level alcohol warn about any drink & drive. (Student Team: Inpreet, Gunveen, Kour Lokesh & Mirganshi)

Keyless home entry system

Design blue tooth based system and algorithm that allow only authenticated person entry in the home. (Stuedent Team: Rohan, Nitish and Unnati)

POV based Digital Clock

The objective of this project is to create a fully functional digital clock and display the current time and date using the concept of Persistence of Vision

Smart Dustbin based on GPS and GSM system

Smart dustbin which can be helpful to reduce human effort to make waste management more efficient. It will sense that dustbin is full or empty and will instruct to dump the garbage by for sending messages by Gsm and arduino module controls.

Robotic Vacuum cleaner

Automated vaccum cleaner robotic system that allows for automatic cleaning of a particular area or room by covering the area using border analysis. The robotic system follows a zigzag path to cover entire room (Student Team: Bhavna Sharma, Gourav Poddar)

Robotic Arm

Robotic Arm controlled through GSM and Bluetooth device. It use in biomedical instrumentation and automation industries. (Student Team: Amit Kumar, Ajit, Kapil Kumar)

Blind Stick

Project is an idea to help the blind person. Blind stick able to identified obstacle and warn the blind person through alarm ( Student Team: Manish Guniyal, Deekha Singh)

About Food Technology:

B.Tech Food Technology is a multidisciplinary course which involves the study of Food Science, Quality, Safety, Packaging, Processing and Preservation of Food products. In Department our major emphasis is on the theoretical and practical knowledge, where students can learned and get trained in the field of Food Technology. Organization of seminars & workshops, guest lectures, industrial & institutional visits helps the students to develop research temperament, orientation skills and to practically observe Food Technological processes at Industrial level. Apart from academics, participation in sports and extracurricular activities provides a holistic and enriching experience to students. After Engineering Food Technologist can become Research and Development Scientist, Analyst, Quality Controller, Process Engineer, Nutritionist, Auditor, Entrepreneur etc.

Salient features of Department of Food Technology:

  • The department has received financial assistance of Rs. 50 Lac from the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Govt. of India, New Delhi, for strengthening and updating its laboratory facilities
  • Job-oriented four to six months Industrial Project/ Internship in the final semester
  • Regular industrial visits/ tours, workshops and guest lectures.
  • Industry oriented syllabus
  • Good Placement record
  • Strong Alumni Links and Support

Cutting Edge Laboratories:

  • Food Processing Lab
  • Food Analytical Lab
  • Bakery and Confectionary Lab
  • Microbiology Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Heat Transfer Lab
  • Mass Transfer Lab
  • Instrumentation and Process Control Lab
  • Computer Lab

Faculty Profile:

  • Prof. Kailash Chandra Sharma, Head of Department, 45 years Industrial experience.
  • Mr. Rahul Agarwal, Asst. Prof. and branch co-coordinator, 11 years teaching and 1 year Industrial experience.
  • Mr. Rahul Saxena, Asso. Prof. and Sr. Coordinator, 11 years of teaching experience.
  • Mr. Vikas Bansal, Asst. Prof, 5 years of teaching and 3.5 years of Industrial experience.
Join us at Food Technology Department in Jaipur National University, Jaipur & cherish your dreams.

Food Analytical Lab

Food Processing Lab

Alumni Talk on "Career prospects for Food Technologist in breweries, distilleries and abroad"

A guest lecture was organized on the topic “Career prospects for Food Technologist in breweries, distilleries and abroad” by Dept. of Food Technology on Monday, 21st Jan. 2019. Total of 70 students of B.Tech. Food Technology (II, IV & VI semester) attended the session. It was an interactive session which proved a boon to students to know about various career opportunities of a food technologist as well as they came to know Role & Responsibilities of Food Technologist in breweries and distilleries.

The guest speaker was Mr. Saurabh Soni, who is Alumni of the Department of Food Technology and currently working as Big Five Breweries Ltd, Nairobi, Kenya (East Africa) as Production Manager with more than 9+ years of experience. Speaker spoke about his endeavours and life experiences and appraised students about the various opportunities of food technologist in food industries.

Mr. Saurabh Soni (Alumni), Big Five Breweries Ltd, Nairobi, Kenya (East Africa) as Production Manager, Date: Monday, 21st Jan. 2019, Topic “Career prospects for Food Technologist in breweries, distilleries and abroad”

Mr. Dipankar Biswas (Alumni), Hersheys Pvt. Ltd.as R & D officer, Date: 12 Oct, 2018, Topic: Career prospects for Food Technologist In R & D.

Mr.Ankit Singh (Alumni), Britannia Industry Limited as Quality Assurance officer, Date: Saturday, 01 Sept,2018, Topic:Career prospects for Food Technologist on Food Industries.

Guest Speaker: Ms. Sonia Sawhney, QCI-NBQP approved Food safety Consultant, runnig own organization as V R the world professional services, Jaipur, Date: Friday, 31 August,2018, Topic:Food safety-Role and responsibilies of Technologist in Food Business for building healthier society.

Guest Speaker: Ms. Prateeksha Garg, Analytical Specialist/ Lab Manager in Nestle R&D Centre India Pvt. Ltd., Manesar, Date: Saturday, 17 March, 2018 Topic: Guest Lecture on “Product Development and Quality Assurance in Food Industries”

Guest Speaker: Ms. Shipra Pareek, Sr. Food Safety Auditor at NSF Safety and Certifications India Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, Date: 18 Apr 2017, Topic: Certification & Auditing In Food Companies

Guest Speaker: Mr. Sandeep Bhargava, CEO, OneCert Asia Agri Certification Pvt. Ltd., Jaipur, Date: 20 July, 2013, Topic: Organic Food Production and Certification Process

Project name : Quad Bike

Project Description: The project explains about the assumptions and calculations made in designing and fabricating a QUAD BIKE. Quad Bike is also called All Terrain Vehicle (4-wheeler bike), which was initially developed as a farm to town vehicle in Isolated and mountainous areas. The design process of the vehicle is based on various engineering aspects depending upon

  • Safety and Ergonomics
  • Market Availability
  • Cost of the Components
  • Safe Engineering Practices

Major Application Areas:

  • Quad bikes for agriculture
  • Quad bikes for fun
  • Quad bikes for off Roads & Mountains

Project name : LPG Gas Implementation in 4 Stroke Engine

Project Description: An attempt has been made in this project to use alternative fuel in four stroke engine to increase the efficiency. Our fore most aim in selecting this project is to use non conventional fuel against conventional fuel which is becoming scarce and costly now days. For lower speeds LPG suitable for vehicle and gasoline is suitable for the higher speed operations. So, these combinations of fuel supply will be suitable for city traffic conditions. In this project we have installed LPG fuel system to four stroke vehicles, where in we can use both gasoline and LPG.

Major Application Areas:

  • Converting an engine to operate primarily on a cheaper gaseous fuel is economically attractive.
  • Possible to implement in every kind of 2 wheeler engine.
  • In future, it would be only and better option in place of Diesel and petrol engine to reduce the pollution.

Course Offered

B.TECH. (BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 50% in 10 + 2 Science Stream (PCM/PCB)

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

B.TECH. (COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Minimum 50% (As per AICTE Norms)

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

B. TECH. (CSE) MBA (CBCS)

Duration: 5 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Minimum 50% (As per AICTE Norms)

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

B.TECH. (CSE-LATERAL)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Diploma (CSE/CS/Relevant Stream/B. Sc. (Maths) with Minimum 55% (As per AICTE Norms)

Selection Procedure: Personal Interview

B.TECH. (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE Norms)

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I.

B.TECH (EC) MBA (CBCS)

Duration: 5 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I.

B.TECH (EC-LATERAL)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Diploma(ME/Relevant Stream)/B.Sc(Maths)-Min.50% (As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: P.I.

B.TECH. (FOOD TECHNOLOGY)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM or PCB) - Min. 50%

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

B.TECH (FT) MBA (CBCS)

Duration: 5 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM or PCB) - Min. 50% (As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I.

B.TECH (FT-LATERAL)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Diploma(FT/Relevant Stream) - Min.55% or B.Sc (Maths or Biology) - Min.55%

Selection Procedure: Personal Interview

B.TECH. (BIOTECHNOLOGY)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM or PCB) (Physics and Mathematics)

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

B.TECH (BT) MBA (CBCS)

Duration: 5 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I.

B.TECH (BT-LATERAL)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: B.Sc with Min. 45% (As per AICTE Norms)

Selection Procedure: Personal Interview

B.TECH. (CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 10 + 2 Science Stream with Min. 45% (Physics and Mathematics)

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

B.TECH (CH) MBA (CBCS)

Duration: 5 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50% (As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I.

B.TECH (CH-LATERAL)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Diploma(EE/Relevant Stream)/B.Sc(Maths)-Min.55% (As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: P.I.

B.TECH. (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I.

B.TECH (EE) MBA (CBCS)

Duration: 5 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I.

B.TECH (EE-LATERAL)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Diploma(EE/Relevant Stream)/B.Sc(Maths)-Min.45% (As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: P.I.

B.TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

B.TECH (ME) MBA (CBCS)

Duration: 5 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

B.TECH (ME-LATERAL)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Diploma(ME/Relevant Stream)/B.Sc(Maths)-Min.55% (As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: P.I.

B.TECH. (CIVIL ENGINEERING)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I.

B.TECH (CE) MBA (CBCS)

Duration: 5 Years

Eligibility: 12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I.

B.TECH (CE-LATERAL)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Diploma(CE/Relevant Stream)/B.Sc(Maths)-Min.55% (As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure: P.I.

M.TECH. (COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGG.)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: BE/B.Tech(CSE/IT/ECE) or MCA/M.Sc. (IT/Computer Science) or equivalent.-Min 55%

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

M.TECH ME (INDUSTRIAL & PRODUCTION ENGG.)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Tech(ME/Relevant Stream) - Min.55%

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

M.TECH. EE (POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Tech. with Min 55% (EE, EEE)

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

M.TECH. EE (CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Tech with Min 55%(EE/EEE/ECE/EI/Applied Electronics/Energy) .

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

M.TECH. CIVIL ENGINEERING(WATER RESOURCE)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Tech(CE/Relevant Stream) - Min.55%

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I

M.TECH. CIVIL ENGINEERING(INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Tech(CE/Relevant Stream) - Min.55%

Selection Procedure: ET + P.I

M.TECH. E&C (COMMUNICATION AND SIGNAL PROCESSING)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication or equivalent - Min.55%

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and PI

M.TECH. E&C (EMBEDDED SYSTEM)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication or equivalent - Min.55%

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and PI

PH D. IN CSE/CS

Duration: Min 3 Years

Eligibility: M.Tech / MS in Computer Science/IT with minimum 55% in qualifying examination

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Interview

PH.D.(ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING)

Duration: Min 3 Years

Eligibility: M.Tech / MS in EC/ Computer Science/EE with 55%

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and PI

DIPLOMA(EE-LATERAL)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: 12th Pass (With PCM/ ITI(Relevant Stream)

Selection Procedure: Merit + P.I.

DIPLOMA(CE-LATERAL)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: 12th Pass (With PCM/ ITI(Relevant Stream)

Selection Procedure: Merit + P.I.

DIPLOMA(EC-LATERAL)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: 12th Pass (With PCM/ ITI(Relevant Stream)

Selection Procedure: Merit + P.I.

DIPLOMA(ME-LATERAL)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: 12th Pass (With PCM/ ITI(Relevant Stream)

Selection Procedure: Merit +P.I.

DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Min. 10th Pass with 50%

Selection Procedure: Merit + P.I.

DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATIONS

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Min. 10th Pass with 50%

Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview

DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Min. 10th Pass with 50%

Selection Procedure: Merit + P.I.

DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Min. 10th Pass with 50%

Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview

Diploma in CAD/CAM in 3D Printing (ME)

Duration: 3 Years/2 years

Eligibility: 10th Pass / 12th Pass

Selection Procedure: Merit +PI

Certification in Cad/CAM 3D printing

Duration: 1 year

Eligibility: ITI Diploma or Graduate from any Discipline

Selection Procedure: Merit + PI

Post Graduation Diploma in Fire and Industrial Safety

Duration: 1 year

Eligibility: Graduation In any stream

Selection Procedure: Merit + PI

Faculty

Sl.no Name Qualification Designation Specialization Years of Experience
1Prof. O. S. Joshi B.Sc., B.E. (Hons.), FIE, FIV Director & Professor Mechanical Engineering 52
2Prof.(Dr.) Purnima Nag Ph.D, M.Sc. Sr. Joint Director & Professor Chemistry 20
3Prof. (Dr.) Sudhir Kr. Sharma Ph.D (Delhi University) Joint Director & HOD ECE Optical Communication, Antenna 21
4Prof. Dr P. N. Darde Ph.D. (Hydraulics) Professor & HOD Civil Water Resources,Hydropwer.Fluid Mechnics 47
5Prof. K.C. Sharma M.Sc. Agriculture (Dairy Science) Head of Department Dairy Science 45
6Dr. Somnath Basu B.E., M.E., Ph. D Professor and Head Mechanical Engg. Mech. Engg. 16
7Dr. Savita Shiwani NA HOD (Computer Science Engineering) NA NA
8Mr. Puneet Kalia M. Tech.*, B.E. Associate Professor Digital Electronics, Micro Processor 19
9Dr. Pankaj Kumar Goswami Ph.D., M. Tech. Associate Professor Digital Communication 13
10Mr. Kalyan Acharjya Ph.D.*, M. Tech. Assistant Professor Image Processing 7
11Mr. Anil Agarwal M. Tech., B.E. Assistant Professor Communication Signal Processing 10
12Ms. Kanupriya Sharma M. Tech., B.Tech. Assistant Professor VLSI 11
13Mr. Abdul Naim Khan

  M. Tech., B.Tech.

Assistant Professor VLSI 7
14Mr. Girijashanker Sahoo M. Tech., B.E. Assistant Professor Digital Communication 8
15Mr. Chandra Shekhar Rajora MBA, M. Tech.*, B.E. Assistant Professor Analog Electronics 12
16Mr. Lokesh Lodha M. Tech., B.E. Assistant Professor Communication Signal Processing 10
17Mr. Yusuf Ali M.Tech. (Civil) Transportation Pursing Ph.D. Associate. Professor Transportation Engg Teaching & Industrial 10 Yrs
18Mr. Dushyant Kumar M.Tech (Water Resources Engg.) Asst. Prof Water Resources Engg. Teaching 2 Yr 6 month
19Mr. Arun Sharma B.Tech. Asst. Prof. Environment Engg., DSS Teaching 3 Yr
20Mr. Prashant Kumar Sharma M.Tech. (Structures.) Asst. Prof. Structural Engg. Teaching 3 Yr
21Mr. Shikhar Mohan M.Tech. (Hill Area Development Engg.) Asst. Prof. Surveying, Remote Sensing,GIS Teaching 0.5 Yr
22Mr.Dharamveer Singh Sagar M.Tech. (Civil) Earthquake Engg Asst. Prof. Earthquake Engg. Teaching 3 Yrs
23Mr. Vinay Shrimal B. Tech. (Civil) Asst. Prof. Structural Engg Teaching 5 Yrs
24Mr. Akshay Rajak M.Tech (Water Resources Engg.) Asst. Prof. Geographical Information System Teaching 0.5 Yr
25Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Saini M. Tech. (Transportation Engg.) Asst. Prof. Machine Learning Teaching 0.5 Yr
26Dr. Garima Goswami Ph.D. M.Tech Associate Professor Control System 13 Years
27Mr. M. Sashilal M.Tech Associate Professor Power System 14 Years
28Mr. Ankit Kumar Sharma Ph.D. * M.Tech Assistant Professor Power System 9 Years
29Mr. Abhishek Kumar Gupta M.Tech Assistant Professor Power System 9 Years
30Mr. Vivek Kumar Jain Ph.D.* M.Tech Assistant Professor Electrical Drives 7 Years
31Mr. Abhishek Choubey M.Tech Assistant Professor Electrical Machines 4 Years
32Mr. Sunil Dubey M.Tech Assistant Professor Control System 5 Years
33Mr. Harsh Shrivastava M.Tech* Assistant Professor Power System 11 Years
34Mr. Rahul Ranjan M.Tech* Assistant Professor Power System 9 Years
35Mr. Ashok Singh Gour M.Tech* Assistant Professor Production Engineering 11
36Mr. Ashish Kumar M.Tech Assistant Professor Energy Engineering 3.5
37Mr. Ajay Kumar Pagare Ph.D. * & M.Tech. Assistant Professor Industrial Engineering & Management 9
38Mr. Dipendra Kumar M.Tech. Assistant Professor Industrial & Production Engineering 6
39Mr. Arvind Kumar Singh M.Tech. Assistant Professor Mineral & Production Engineering 4
40Mr. Pawan Kumar Pathak M.Tech. Assistant Professor Thermal Engineering 8.5
41Mr. Robin Khandelwal M.Tech * & PG Diploma Assistant Professor Product Design , PG-Intellectual Property Right 11.5
42Mr. Saurabh Dutt M.Tech * & PG Diploma Assistant Professor Production Engineering, PG: Advertising & PR 9
43Mr. Sanjeet Kumar M.Tech. Assistant Professor Production Engineering 8
44Dr. Nitin Pratap Singh Ph.D. Associate Professor Condensed matter Physics 18
45Dr. Preetam Singh Goor Ph.D. Assistant Professor Astrophysics 10
46Mr. Anuj Kumar Shah Teotia Mphil, B.ed. Assistant Professor Condensed matter Physics 13
47Mr. Ashish Mittal B.ed., M.sc. Assistant Professor Condensed matter Physics 9
48Dr. Pankaj Srivastava Ph.D. Assistant Professor Condensed matter Physics 8
49Dr. Rana Zadi Ph.D. Associate Professor English 21
50Dr. Vatsala Pawar Ph.D. Assistant Professor Applied Chemistry 12
51Mr. Abhishek Gahlot M.Sc., Ph.D Pursuing Assistant Professor Applied Chemistry 15
52Ms. Shikha Munjal M.Sc., Ph.D Pursuing Assistant Professor Organic Chemistry 1.5
53Mr. Kapil PalM.Sc., Ph.D PursuingAssistant ProfessorSpecial Function12
54Mr. Prakash KumarM.Sc., B.EdAssistant ProfessorApplied Mathematics9
55Mr. Peeyush Kr. KamleshB.Sc, M.scAssistant ProfessorPhysics7
56Mr. Manoj Kumar SainB.Tech (E&C), M.TechAssistant ProfessorElectronics & Communication7.5
57Mr. Ranveer SinghBE, M.TechAssistant ProfessorMechanical14
58Mr. Ranjeet KumarB.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorThermal Engineering7
59Mr. Kapil SharmaM.A. English, Mphil, B.Ed., PhD (Pursuing)Assistant ProfessorTheatre of the Absurd, Communication Skills8.5
60Ms. Pratima DwivediM.A.(English), M.A.(Sanskrit), B.Ed., PhD (Pursuing)Assistant ProfessorCommunication Skills18
61Dr. Aarti PuriPhD, NET-EducationAssistant ProfessorDiasporic Literature15
62Dr. Hoshiyar SinghB.Sc, M.sc, M.PhillAssociate ProfessorApplied Mathematics16
63Ms. Anchal NehaB.Sc, M.sc (Maths with Computer)Assistant ProfessorMathematics7
64Mr. Yogesh KhandelwalB.Sc, M.ScAssistant ProfessorMathematics8
65Mr. Nitin Chouhan B.Sc, M.ScAssistant ProfessorMathematics and Computing7
66Ms. Priti ChaudharyB.Sc, M.Sc (GATE qualified)Assistant ProfessorMathematics8
67Ms. Shefali JohariB.Sc, M.Sc, M.TechAssistant ProfessorApplied Mathematics5
68Prof. K.C. SharmaB.Sc, M.sc(Agriculture)ProfessorFood Technology & Dairy Products46
69Mr. Rahul AgarwalB.Tech, M.TechAssociate ProfessorFood Technology16
70Mr. Rahul SaxenaB.Tech, M.TechAssociate ProfessorFood Technology10
71Mr. Vikas Bansal B.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorFood Engg. & Technology3
72Dr. Savita Shiwani M.Tech, Ph.D. Associate Professor Networking,AI 19
73Mr. Mudit KhetanMCA,M.Phill. NET qualifiedAssociate ProfessorComputer Science & Engg.14
74Ms. Sunita SharmaB.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorComputer Science & Engg.4
75Mr. Surbhi AgarwalB.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorComputer Science & Engg.5
76Ms. Neha Agarwal BE, M.TechAssistant ProfessorComputer Science & Engg.7
77Ms. Isha SrivastavaB.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorChemical Engineering4
78Ms. Neha PalB.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorChemical Engineering3
79Mr. Avanish KumarB.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorChemical Engineering4
80Ms. Priya SinghB.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorChemical Engineering2
81Dr. Kapilesh JadhavM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., ARS-NETAssociate ProfessorBiotechnology14
82Ms. Sapna JainB.Sc,M.Sc,M.EdAssistant ProfessorBiotechnology11
83Dr. Manisha SharmaB.Sc, M.Sc,Ph.DAssociate ProfessorChemistry9
84Mr. Deepankar sharmaB.Sc, M.ScAssistant ProfessorChemistry4
85Dr. Chandra KanwarMA,M.Phill, MBA,Ph.D ,NET,SLETAssistant Professor & Co-ordinatorSocial Sciences16
86Mr. Shahnawaz ahmedPh.D.[Pursuing], M.S.W., UGC-NET/JRFAssistant ProfessorSocial Sciences1
87Mr. Sandeep BairwaBE(EC), M.E (UK)Assistant ProfessorElectronics Fundamentals9
88Mr. Surendra Kumar SainiB.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorElectronics & Communication2
89Dr. Sonu mittalPh.D, UGC-NET, M.Tech. (CS)Associate ProfessorDeptt. of Computer Sc. & Engg.12.1
90Ms. Jyoti NagpalB.Tech, M.TechAssistant ProfessorCSE DeptNA
91Mr. Hemant MathurMCA, M.TechAssistant ProfessorCSE DeptNA