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Student Enrichment Programs

Why Enrichment Programs?

An enrichment activity can be any activity that promotes critical thinking, listening, memorization, visualization and concentration. The activities themselves should try to approach the varied interests of the students and involve puzzles, physical education games, singing, science experiments and art activities. The purpose of enrichment activities is to enhance the educational learning being done in the classroom. Whenever possible, enrichment activities should be cross-curricular and consider the interests of the students.

  • Industrial Visits

    1. Visit to 'Perfect Polymers' factory in Ras Al Khaimah, 4th March,2015 for familiarization with  modern polymer production process in the plant. 
    2. Annual Visits to MASDAR Institute of Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE to have an overview of the projects undertaken by the institute on large scale production of solar energy.
    3. Visit to Barakat Foods in March 2015 for familiarization with modern juice production processes in the plant.

  • Students Enrichment Programs

    1. Chemical Engineering Students Association (ChESA) organized a one day technical intraction on “Engineering Problems solving Using EXCEL” by Chemical faculties (Dr Nidhi, Dr Gulyani, Dr Nishant & Dr Prakash), on 12th Dec, 2015. The workshop was a tremendous success and saw enthusisastic participation. All attendees were handed a certificate of participation.
    2. Interactive session on ‘Comparative study of polysaccharide-drug nanoparticles for oral drug delivery, Dr Sonal Mazumder, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Dept., BITS PILANI, Rajasthan, 19th March, 2015.
    3. Chemical Engineering Department arranged for the first Telepresence Interactive on "Introduction to Petroleum Refining", Dr Srikanta Dinda, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, 4th May, 2015
    4. Interactive session using telepresence on "Significance of ozone for degradation studies" by, Dr K.N. Ponnani, Department of Chemical Engineering, BITS Pilani, Goa Campus, 6th May, 2015. The session was highly informative and opened up possibilities of future research by students in this area. Research activities are initiated using Ozone generator.
    5. Multidisciplinary Approach To Create Innovation In Science And Engineering’ by Prof Suresh K Bhargava, Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor (Int),College of Science, Engineering and Health, Director - Centre of Adv. Materials & Indus. Chemistry, School of App. Sciences, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, on 23th Nov,2014
    6. ‘Importance of Risk Management and HSE in Chemical Industries' by Mr. Mohammed Awad, HSSE Advisor from Petrofac International Ltd., on16th Oct, 2014.This was an interesting session which provided insight on application of safety and risk assessment in the chemical engineering industry.
    7. Chemical Engineering Students Association (ChESA) organized a one day workshop on “Modeling In Chemical Engineering Using Comsol” by Mr. Ahmed Gamal, Elnady Engineering and Agencies, Egypt, on 18th Sept, 2014. The workshop was a tremendous success and saw enthusisastic participation from all disciplines of engineering. All attendees were handed a certificate of participation.
    8. 'Career Planning for Job Opportunities' Interactive Career Talk by Dr. S. V. Dharwadkar, Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College (JNEC), 23rd April ,2014. This was an interactive, non technical session providing students with important tips on entering the job market for chemical engineers.
    9. 'Research Domains: Solid State, Structural Chemistry' Interactive Session by Dr. Pance Naumov, New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD), Physical Chemistry & Photochemistry, 22nd April,2014. Dr. Naumov briefed us about the impressive research projects carried out by the students of New York University.
    10. 'MSD’s VISION 2020' Interactive Session by Amith Raman, Business Operations, Merck Sharpe & Dohme (MSD) Gulf, DHCC, 26th March, 2014

ICDT 2016

ICDT 2016

AIChE Student Chapter of BITS Pilani Dubai Campus organised its first Inter-Collegiate Chem-E Debate Tournament (ICDT) in the region on the 27th and 29th November 2016. ICDT is an intercollegiate debate tournament will be based on topics related to Chemical Engineering. The topics covered debatable issues over chemical laws, environment laws, sustainability, etc. The competition aimed to encourage youth to draw conclusions to such issues from their unique perspective and think in a way that future leaders would. 1st and 2nd round took place on the 27th of November 2016, while the finals took place on 29th of November 2016 in the Auditorium. Dr. Dinesh Sharma from Amity University was our Chief guest of the day. Dr. Vijaykumar, Professor at Manipal University was also present for the event.

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