Department of Chemical Engineering

Department of Chemical engineering of G H Patel College of Engineering & Technology (GCET) was established, way back in 1996 as one of the first undergraduate self financed (unaided) Engineering disciplines along with Information technology in the state of Gujarat. Originally affiliated to Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar GCET is now one of the affiliated colleges under Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad. The department, having an intake of 60 students, has so far produced 17 batches graduates with over 900 chemical engineers.

In the year 2012 the department of chemical engineering was accredited by the National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi. In the following year, the department received a grant to the tune of rupees eleven lakhs sixty-five thousands from AICTE under Modernization and removal of Obsolescence (MODROBS) scheme. We have also received project grants from CSIR, seminar grant from GUJCOST and Institutions of Engineers (India) (IE). Our department is also recognized by IE(I) as one of the two centers in Gujarat where AMIE students complete their practical experiments as a part of their final examination.

To be a nationally recognized leading Chemical Engineering Department with outstanding teaching-learning, and top-notch industry-linked research and development activities.

  1. To produce graduates with a strong foundation of scientific and engineering knowledge.
  2. To foster acquired knowledge and develop technology through excellence in research, in core as well as in the interdisciplinary fields of chemical, biochemical, systems, materials and environmental engineering.
  3. To contribute to the sustainable development of the nation and the quality of life of the people through leadership in professionalism, education, research and public services.

  1. To educate young learners who pursue careers as practicing chemical engineers in traditional as well as emerging fields.
  2. To be successful in pursuing higher education for continuous development of their knowledge and skills.
  3. To function effectively in the complex modern work environment with the ability to assume professional leadership roles.
  4. To contribute to the economic and industrial growth and prosperity of the country, the communities and the society at large.

  1. To be able to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  2. To demonstrate problem-solving and thinking skills.
  3. To have the ability to use computers effectively for engineering practice.
  4. To be able to communicate effectively across range of context and audiences.
  5. To work as a member of multidisciplinary teams, and have an understanding of team leadership and coordination.
  6. To develop confidence to work independently and in a team to accomplish a common goal.
  7. To have an appreciation of contemporary issues relevant to chemical engineering.
  8. To develop concern for the environment.
  9. To have a working knowledge of chemical process safety.
  10. To inculcate professional and ethical responsibility.