ChEA believes in bringing together the chemical engineering society of the institute. One-day events and annual trips play an integral role in doing so. ChEA organizes a variety of intellectual as well as entertaining events all-round the year that promote the academic and extra-curricular well-being of the students.
Know Your Profs
“Know Your Profs” is a video series wherein professors from the department are invited to chat regarding their college days and experiences in academia. It is conducted online as well as offline, as the situation allows. Gaining insight into the professors' experiences and endeavors is the aim
Interactive sessions conducted annually with alums one each from the fields of Industry and Higher Studies, which are two of the most sought after options for the chemical engineers of today. These alums not only have an insightful story with them to tell but also answer individual doubts of the students.
The trips are a means of taking students out of their academic stress. The trip takes off right after the Mid-Semester Exams. In the Autumn Semester, it is usually a 1-day trek while in the Spring Semester it is 2-day trek as well as camping. This is the best way to bond with batchmates and seniors while having fun.
The reunion is a 3 day event where we are fortunate to have the silver jubilee batch of Chemical Engineering Alums with us. They grace the department and interact with the professors as well as the students of the department. Their valuable insights and remarks are well acknowledged by everyone present there.
Apart from academics, students need to be fit and an elegant solution for this is sports.ChEA organises and manages various sports events around the year including outdoor events like full fledged Football and Cricket tournaments and indoor events like TT and Badminton. We also conduct online gaming tournaments like Valorant
'The Changing Role Of Chemical Engineers' are a series of discussions started in 2021, where our panel of alums discuss the different changes in the vast ever changing global spectrum. The discussions challenge young minds to think out of the box and to apply what they have learnt to this field