of the program
Rigorous comprehensive training
Training in fundamentals of environmental engineering, with 8 hardcore courses that lay the foundations of the subject
Strong emphasis on solving problems
Strong emphasis on solving problems in the curriculum; with the classroom teaching, assignments and testing designed to arm the students with problem-solving skills required by prospective employers
Exposure to high-impact research
Exposure to frontier areas of environmental engineering during the one-year project
Knowledge of the latest legislation and standards
Exposure to the knowledge of the latest legislation and standards governing the practice of environmental engineering
Who can prefer this Course
B.Tech. / B.E. degree with a minimum of 55% of marks. or M.Sc. in Physics/Chemistry /Mathematics/ Life / Environmental Sciences with a minimum of 55% of marks with Mathematics as one of the subject at +2 level.
Physics Units and dimensions/Motion - laws of motion, uniform circular motion/Work, power, energy/Archimedes principle and hydrostatics/Kinetic theory of gases/Surface tension/Elasticity/Viscosity and Bernoulli’s principle/Thermometry/Thermodynamics /Calorimetry and change of state/Transmission of heat/Electric conduction and heating effect of current/Simple circuits
Organmic & inorganic Chemistry, Mathematics & Trigonometry
Electromagnetism Chemistry Solutions and colligative properties/Gaseous state/Colloids and surface phenomenon/ Chemical equilibrium/ Chemical kinetics/ Chemical thermodynamics / Catalysis/ Electrochemistry/Acids and bases/pH and buffer solutions/Solubility product/Chemical bonds/Hydrogen bonds, Coordinate geometry/Differential calculus/Integral calculus/Differential equations/Vector algebra/ Matrices and determinants/Permutations and combinations/ Probability and statistics
Environmental Studies Natural resources - role of an individual in conservation of natural resources, equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles/ Ecosystems - concept, structure and function, types/ Biodiversity and its conservation – value of biodiversity, threats to and conservation of biodiversity/Environmental pollution – causes, effects and control of air, water, soil, and noise pollution, role of an individual in preventing pollution, global warming, climate change, acid rain, ocean acidification, ozone layer depletion/Humans and the environment – population growth, consumerism, sustainable development, conservation and environmental ethics.
Year of Revision : 2018