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M.Tech (Industrial Biotechnology), Started in 2007, No of Seats : 27

 

Programme Educational Objectives

The M.Tech (Industrial Biotechnology) Programme at NITK is designed such that within five years of graduation, the graduates will

1.      Advance professionally in the practice of biotechnology, biochemical engineering or allied fields.

2.      Advance professionally in their chosen career path, wherein they apply the communicative, logical, analytical, computational or problem solving skills developed during their graduate study to their professional practice fulfilling the ethical and social responsibilities.

3.      Successfully collaborate and work in multidisciplinary teams to tackle complex multifaceted problems.

4.      Pursue advanced studies and research in biochemical or biotechnology and management.

5.      Assume leadership roles in industry or business in the context of societal needs.

 

Programme Outcomes (POs)

Upon completion of the program, students are expected to have

1.      an in-depth knowledge in the design and development of a bioprocess, technology and protocols to meet desired performance specifications with the ability to evaluate, analyse and integrate new technology / development to the existing bioprocess, technology and protocols.

2.      an ability to think critically and analyse complex issues related to bioprocess development, bioreactor design, bioremediation etc. and use the available knowledge effectively to carry out independent research in development of new processes/ designs / techniques/ operational strategies or improvement of the existing ones.

3.      an ability to think rationally to solve engineering problems, evaluate wide range of available potential solutions and arrive at feasible, optimal solutions after considering public health and safety, cultural and societal needs.

4.      an ability to identify research problems and extract information pertinent to these problems through detailed literature review; carry out research independently; apply appropriate research methodologies and modern techniques and tools; design, plan and conduct experiments; analyse and interpret data; draw meaningful conclusion.

5.      an ability to create, select, learn and apply appropriate tools and techniques for designing, modelling and analysis of bioprocesses and other complex engineering activities with proper understanding of limitations.

6.      necessary intrapersonal and interpersonal skills to work in a team in a multidisciplinary environment with a capacity for self-management and teamwork so as to contribute positively to collaborative scientific research which culminates in the realization of common goals of the team.

7.      an ability to apply knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles to manage projects related Bioprocesses in multidisciplinary environment with due consideration of finance and economics.

8.      an ability to communicate effectively with engineering community and with society at a large regarding design, operation and other activities related to bioprocess, which includes comprehending and writing effective reports and design documents in accordance with appropriate standards; making effective presentation; giving and receiving clear instructions.

9.      an understanding of the importance of lifelong learning and engage in it with high level of enthusiasm and commitment to improve knowledge and competence continuously to remain competent and relevant in profession.

10.  acquired professional and intellectual integrity and imbibe professional and research ethics with the clear focus on the impact of research outcomes on environment, society and nation.

11.  an ability to do introspection and formulate and implement corrective actions without external feedback.

 

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M.Tech (Industrial Pollution Control), Started in 1994, No. of seats : 27

Program Education Objectives

  • Advance professionally in the practice of environmental engineering in various industrial sectors and allied fields

  • Advance in their chosen career path, wherein they apply the knowledge and professional skills with positive attitude in fulfilling the environmental ethical and social responsibilities

  • Be able to collaborate and work in multidisciplinary teams to tackle complex multidimensional industrial and environmental problems

  • Inculcate inspiration to pursue higher studies and research in the area of environmental engineering and management.

  • Assume leadership roles in industry or business in the context of societal needs

 

Program Outcomes

I.       An in­depth knowledge in concepts of engineering in pollution prevention, control and management, and strategies to combat the global issues on public health, safety, energy and environment.

II.       An ability to analyze complex problems related to design and operation of pollution control equipments/plants: synthesize available information so as to carry out independent research in development of new design/processes/operational strategies or improvement of the existing ones.

III.       An ability to provide innovative solutions or to evaluate a wide range of potential solutions for problems on design and operation of equipments/processes related to pollution control and arrive at feasible, optimal societal and environmental factors.

IV.       An ability to identify research problems and extract information pertinent to these problems through detailed literature review ; carry out research either independently or in team in multidisciplinary environment ; apply appropriate research methodologies and modern techniques and tools ; design and fabricate experimental rig; design, plan and conduct experiments ; develop and simulate mathematical models ; analyze and interpret data ; draw meaningful conclusion.

V.       An ability to create, select, learn and apply appropriate tools and techniques, resources and modern engineering and computational tools in design, operation and modeling of pollution prediction, prevention and control equipments/processes and to other related complex engineering activities with proper understanding of limitations.

VI.       Necessary skills to work in a multidisciplinary environment with a capacity for self management and teamwork to contribute positively to collaborative scientific research or design projects, with a knowledge and understanding of group dynamics ; ability to recognize opportunities ; abilities for decision making based on open­mindedness, objectivity and rational analysis in order to achieve common goal.

VII.       An ability to apply knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles to pollution prevention and control involving multidisciplinary expertise with due consideration of finance and economics.

VIII.       Ability to communicate effectively with engineering community and with society at large regarding design, operation and other activities related to pollution prevention, control and management, which include comprehending and writhing effective reports and documents in accordance with appropriate standards ; making effective presentation ; giving and receiving clear instructions.

IX.       An ability to understand the importance of lifelong learning and engage in it with high level of enthusiasm and commitment to improve knowledge and competence continuously to remain competent and relevant in profession.

X.   Professional and intellectual integrity to practice the professional and research ethics including consideration of impact of research outcomes on professional practice with understanding of responsibilities to contribute to the sustainable development of society at a large.

XI.   An ability to critically evaluate the outcomes of one’s action and make appropriate corrective measures subsequently and learn from the mistakes without depending on external feedback.

 

M.Tech. (I.P.C.) Mapping of POs with PEOS

Program Outcomes

Program Education Objectives

 

PEO1

PEO2

PEO3

PEO4

PEO5

PO1

5

5

3

5

3

PO2

5

5

3

5

1

PO3

5

3

2

3

1

PO4

3

5

5

5

2

PO5

5

5

3

4

1

PO6

3

4

5

4

5

PO7

3

4

2

1

5

PO8

5

5

2

2

4

PO9

5

5

5

5

5

PO10

4

3

4

5

5

PO11

3

3

1

3

5

 

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M.Tech (Chemical Plant Design), Started in 1972, No. Of Seats : 15; with following program education objectives and program outcomes

Program Education Objectives

  • Advance professionally in the practice of plant design in chemical process industries such as petroleum and petrochemicals, fertilizer, pharmaceautical, polymer, materials, biotechnology, energy and allied fields.
  • Advance professionally in their chosen career path, wherein they apply the communicative, logical, analytical, computational problem solving and research skills to their professional practice encompassing the ethical and social responsibilities.
  • Successfully collaborate and work in multidisciplinary teams to tackle complex multifaceted problems.
  •  Pursue research in Chemical Engineering or other engineering fields
  • Assume leadership roles in industry or business in the context of societal needs.



Program Outcomes

I. An in­depth knowledge in design, operation and control of chemical process plants to meet desired performance specifications with appropriate consideration to global issues with ability to integrate the existing and new knowledge.

II.  Ability to critically think and analyze complex problems related to design and operation of chemical process equipments/plants: acquire available information so as to carry out independent research in development of new design/processes/operational strategies or improvements in the existing ones.

III.  Ability to provide innovative solutions and to evaluate a wide range of potential solutions for problems on design, operation and control of chemical process plants and arrive at feasible and optimal solutions keeping in mind societal and environmental factors.

IV.  Ability to identify research problems and extract information pertinent to these problems through detailed literature review; carry out research either independently or in a team in multidisciplinary environment; apply appropriate research methodologies and modern techniques and tools; design and fabricate experimental rigs; design, plan and conduct experiments; develop and simulate mathematical models; analyze and interpret data; draw meaningful conclusions.

V.  Ability to select, apply create and analyse appropriate tools and techniques, resources and modern engineering and computational tools in design, operation and modelling of chemical process/equipments related to complex engineering activities with proper understanding of limitations.

VI.  Necessary skills to work in a multidisciplinary environment with a capacity for self management and teamwork to contribute positively to collaborative scientific research or design projects, with a knowledge and understanding of group dynamics; ability to recognize opportunities; abilities for decision making based on open­mindedness, objectivity and rational analysis in order to achieve common goals.

VII.  Ability to apply knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles to manage projects related to chemical process plant design and operation in multidisciplinary environment with due consideration to finance and economics.

VIII.  Ability to communicate effectively with engineering community and with society at large regarding design, operation and other activities related to chemical processes, which include comprehending and writing effective reports and design documents in accordance with appropriate standards; making effective presentation; giving and receiving clear instructions.

IX.  Ability to understand the importance of lifelong learning and engage in it with high level of enthusiasm and commitment to improve knowledge and competence continuously to remain competent and relevant in profession.

X.  Acquire professional and intellectual integrity and practice professional and research ethics including consideration of impact of research outcomes on professional practice with understanding of responsibilities to contribute to the sustainable development of society at large.

XI.  Ability to critically evaluate the outcomes of one’s actions and make appropriate corrective measures subsequently and learn from the mistakes without depending on external feedback.

 

Contact us

Hari Mahalingam, Associate Professor and Head
Department of Chemical Engineering, NITK, Surathkal
P. O. Srinivasnagar, Mangalore - 575 025
Karnataka, India.

  • Hot line: +91-0824-2474057

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