Bapuji Educational Association (Regd.)

Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology

Affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgavi, Accredited by NAAC with 'A' grade,
Recognized by UGC under 2(F) and 12(B)

Department of Chemistry

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Department of chemistry was established in this institute during the year 1979. The department was headed by an acclaimed Professor Dr.S.Manjappa a well known academician and frontline researcher. The department now is heading by Dr. B.E. Basavarajappa.

The department is well established both in terms of infrastructure, qualified and dedicated faculty. The Chemistry department is also running a Technical Chemistry Lab of Chemical Engineering steam. The department is also providing the facilities to cater the needs of UG and PG students of different streams to carry out their academic project works.

The Department was recognized as first Research Centre under Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi in the year 2002.The department offers Ph.D degree , 19 PhD’s have been produced from this research centre and 4 are currently working for their Ph.D. The department is constantly publishing research papers in the journals of national and international repute.


Vision

To provide an opportunity for budding engineers and enabling fresh minds to acquire fundamental insights into chemical science required for all disciplines of Engineering and Technology.

Mission

  1. To teach fundamental concepts of science essential for different programmes of Engineering and Technology.

  2. To acquire competent mind, to inculcate the culture of research and innovation among the students.

  3. To encourage students to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities leading to enhancement of their social and professional skills.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The main objective is to provide to the students an in-depth understanding of the fundamental concepts and enable them with tools needed for the practice of chemistry. It attempts to provide a detailed knowledge of the terms, concepts, methods, principles and experimental techniques of chemistry.

  1. To provide a broad foundation in chemistry that expands scientific reasoning and analytical problems.

  2. To expose the students to adequate knowledge of experimental techniques using modern instrumentation.

  3. The student will be equipped with a foundation of chemistry of sufficient breadth and depth to enable them to understand and critically interpret the primary chemical literature.
Dr. B E Basavarajappa

Professor & Head

Dr.B E Basavarajappa has completed his B.Sc degree in the year 1978 from Siddaganga Science College, Tumkur, M.Sc organic chemistry in the year 1981 from Central college, Bangalore University. He obtained his Ph.D degree in the year 2002 from Kuvempu University. He joined this institute in the year 1982 and worked in various capacities, presently he is working as Professor (Rtd.) and Head of the department. He served as Chairman of BOE, BOS for Kuvempu University and Visvesvarya Technological University. He has guided 6 Ph.D’s in the areas of Environmental Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry and Currently Guiding 1 Ph.D. He owns 25 research papers in his credit.

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Faculty Members

Smt. M G Thriveni

Assistant Professor

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J K Prasannakumar

Assistant Professor

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Dr H R Mallikarjuna

Assistant Professor

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Ashwini R Kamareddi

Assistant Professor

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Dr.Sunitha R M

Assistant Professor

Technical Staff

Sri Basavaraju K

Mechanic

Sri K B Mahesha

Instructor

Supporting Staff

Ramakrishna

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Ph.D. Guided /Ph.D. Awarded during the assessment period while working in the Institute

S.No. Guide Name of the Research Scholars Dept. Year of Regn. Course Work Completed Y / N Pre- PhD Viva-Voce Y / N Submitted Final Thesis Y / N Year
1. Dr.S.Manjappa Dr H Karibasappa ESTSC, VTU 2006 Y Y Y 2011
Dr Sampannamuthalik Mech Engineering, VTU 2008 Y Y Y 2016
Dr Suresh B ESTSC, Kuvempu University 2003 Y Y Y 2009
Dr G P Desai ESTSC,Kuvempu University 2000 Y Y Y 2006
Dr L Sharanaprabhu Mech Engineering,Kuvempu University 1997 Y Y Y 2004
Dr. Sunitha DR ESTSC,Kuvempu University 2000 Y Y Y 2005
Dr Ravikumar Patil ESTSC,Kuvempu University 2002 Y Y Y 2005
Dr B E Basavarajappa ESTSC,Kuvempu University 1999 Y Y Y 2002
Dr.G Suresh ESTSC,Kuvempu University 1997 Y Y Y 1999
Dr V K Naik ESTSC, Kuvempu University 2003 Y Y Y 2010
Dr Suresh S ESTSC,Kuvempu University 2003 Y Y Y 2007
Dr. H B Aravind ESTSC,Kuvempu University 1996 Y Y Y 2000
2. Dr.S.Shanmukhappa Dr. Anilkumar MR Chemistry 2008 Y Y Y 2018
Dr. C M Kalleshappa Chemistry 2003 Y Y Y 2010
Dr. B M Kulkarni Chemistry 2003 Y Y Y 2010
Dr M Mantri Chemistry 2003 Y Y Y 2013
3. Dr B E Basavarajappa Dr. Shamala Chemistry 2013 Y Y Y 2019
J K Prasannakumar Chemistry 2017 Y Y N
4. Dr.H R Mallikarjuna Arunkumar NS Chemistry 2017 N N N
Smt Veena KP Chemistry 2017 N N N

Books/Book Chapters Published

Sl. No Title of the Book Chapter Author/s Year of Publication Name of Publisher/s
1 Colloids Dr.S.Manjappa,J KPrasanna kumar 2011 KSOU, Mysore

Grants

  • Dr. S.Manjappa: Year : 2012 Agency : DST-women Scientist India Grant:Rs:19,40000.00. Project: Optimization of Biomethanation process for High TDS spent wash form Distilleries 2008-2012 Agency: VTU-VGST Grant: Rs: 39,10000.00 Project:Optimization of Cellulosic Ethanol Production From Feed Stocks. Year:2013 Agency:KSCST Grant : Rs.98000.00 Project: Study on the Environmental Emission Monitoring Status of Rice Mills at Davangere District

  • Dr.B E Basavarajappa Year: 2013 Agency: KSCST Grant: Rs. 25000.00 Project:Aquifer mapping and location of sustainable sites for ground water recharging in Jagalur taluk of Davangere District Year: 2014 Agency: KSCST Grant: Rs. 25000.00 Project:Impact of recharge on aquifers system and underground water quality in parts of Jagalur taluq , Davangere district

  • Dr. G K Prakash Year: 2016 Agency: KSCST Grant: Rs. 5000.00 Project:An experimental investigation on removal of dyes and COD from Textile waste water using functionalised lingo cellulosic materials

  • Total Grants Received: 60,03,000.00 (Sixty Lakh Three Thousand Only)

Patents

  • NIL

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Laboratory Facilities

S.No. Name of Lab Qty Configuration/Specification Software
1. Engineering Chemistry Laboratory 1 1. Digital Flame Photometer with data formulation software. 2. Digital Ion meter. 3. Digital electronic balance Adirdutt and Shemadzu make 4. Photoelectric colorimeter. 5. Digital pH meter 6. Conductivity meter 7. Hot air oven 8. Digital Temperature controlled Water bath 1. Chem Draw 2. Chem Sketch
1. Technical Chemistry Laboratory 2 1. Hot air oven. 2. Muffle furnace 3. Fuming chamber 4. Refluxing unit 5. Digital Water bath 6. SFC Instrument 7. Vacumpump 1. Chem Sketch 2. Chem Draw
3. Chemistry Research Laboratory 3 1. Electronic balance 2. Magnetic stirrer 3. Hot Plate 4. Centrifuger 5. Digital Water bath 6. BOD incubator 7. Sox let extraction unit 8. Hot air oven 9. COD Digester 10. RO Unit 1. Chem Draw 2. Chem Sketch 3. Origin -50

Major Equipments

  • Engineering Chemistry Laboratory 1. Digital Flame Photometer with data formulation software. 2. Digital Ion meter. 3. Digital electronic balance Adirdutt and Shemadzu make 4. Photoelectric colorimeter. 5. Digital pH meter 6. Conductivity meter 7. Hot air oven Technical Chemistry Laboratory 1. Hot air oven. 2. Muffle furnace 3. Fuming chamber 4. Refluxing unit 5. Digital Water bath 6. SFC Instrument 7. Vacumpump Chemistry Research Centre 1. Electronic balance 2. Magnetic stirrer 3. Hot Plate 4. Centrifuger 5. Digital Water bath 6. BOD incubator 7. Sox let extraction unit 8. Hot air oven 9. COD Digester 10. RO Unit 11. Ion Exchange Unit

Classroom

First Year Class Rooms: EE-306 : Black Board, Non Foldable Desks EE-305 : Black Board, Non Foldable Desks EE-302 : LCD Projector linked to Impartus Lecture Capture along with Black Board, Non Foldable Desks. EE-205 : Black Board, Non Foldable Desks B-114 : Black Board, Non Foldable Desks

Classroom: A321
Classroom: A321
Classroom: A321
Classroom: A321
Classroom: A321

Department Library

Department of Chemistry Department Library Details: Faculty In charge :Ashwini R Kamareddi Assistant : K Basavaraju Number of Text Books : 18 No. of Reference Books : 30 Number of Ph.D Thesis : 08

Department Advisory Board (DAB) Members

S.No. Member Designation
1 Dr. B E Basavarajappa HOD & Chairman
2 Smt. M G Thriveni Assistant Professor, Dept of Chemistry , BIET
3 J K Prasanakumar Assistant Professor, Dept of Chemistry , BIET
4 Dr H R Mallikarjuna Assistant Professor, Dept of Chemistry , BIET
5 Ashwini R Kamareddi Assistant Professor, Dept of Chemistry , BIET
6 Dr. Sunitha R M Assistant Professor, Dept of Chemistry , BIET
7 Dr. K S Basavarajappa Prof. and HOD, Dept. of Mathematics, BIET
8 Smt. V K Geetha Asst. Professor & HOD, Dept. of Physics, BIET
9 Dr. B Vijay Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, UBDTCE, Davanagere
10 Dr. Manavendra G Prof & Head, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, BIET
11 Dr. C R Nirmala Prof & Head, Dept. of CSE, BIET
12 Dr. Sunitha G S Prof & Head , Dept. of ECE, BIET
13 Mr. Subrahmanya First Year BE CSE Student
14 Kum Tejaswini H M First Year BE CSE Student

Program Assessment Committee (PAC) Members

S.No. Member Designation

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Staff Achievements

  • J K Prasannakumar has won Best Research Paper award under IC-Group at NCRSE conference held at Kuvempu University.

Student Achievements

  • Mr.Sathwik and Group,First year J Section (2018 Batch) have won State Best Project Award from KSCST, Karnataka in the year-2018 held at BVBCET, Hubli.

  • First year F Section Student Abinandan & Team have participated and won a citation on Student Project at National level technical exhibition held at IIT, Mumbai in the year 2019.

Department Activities

Science Forum Activities: The Department in association with Physics and Mathematics department organizes the following programs. 1. Quiz competition 2. Power point presentation on selected topic 3. Invited lectures on personality development 4. National Science Day Every Year 5. National conference and seminars 6. Debate completion 7. Drawing, Essay and Collage Competition.

The following department activities were conducted:

  • As per AICTE, the department in association with Physics and Mathematics departments is involved in organizing Student Induction Program for first year Engineering Students in order to inculcate the professional and ethical values in them.

  • The Department in association with Physics and Mathematics department organizes the following programs. 1. Quiz competition 2. Power point presentation on selected topic 3. Invited lectures on personality development 4. National Science Day Every Year 5. National conference and seminars 6. Debate completion 7. Drawing, Essay and Collage Competition.

  • The Department in association with Physics and Mathematics department organizes the following programs. 1. Technology Barrier Reduction Program (TBRP) under Foundation for Advancement of Education & Research (FAER) funded by ZEBRA Technologies, Bengaluru for ninth passed rural Kannada medium students of Davangere district govt. High Schools.

  • The Department in association with Physics and Mathematics department organizes a mandatory course AICTE Activity Point Program for first year Engineering students. •It helps to inculcate the social awareness among the student fraternity regarding the issues like Swatch Bharath, Green Environment initiatives to save the earth and creatures. •The students were exposed to the difficulties actually being face by the rural school going children’s. •The students came to know the eye leasing socio economic problems of rural people through the survey. •It helps in educating the school children’s about first aid and CPR like life saving process.

  • Department organizes FDP's, STTP's ,Conferences ,Seminars, Webinars Periodically

  • Invited Speaker: Prof. Anilkumar Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Delhi Technological University, New Delhi Presently : Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Israel Patrons: Dr. H B Aravind Principal, BIET Prof. Y. Vrushabhendrappa Director, BIET HOD Dr. B E Basavarajappa, Prof. & Head Department of Chemistry, BIET Organizing Secretary Prasannakumar J K Asst. Professor Department of Chemistry, BIET Convener: Dr. H R Mallikarjuna Asst. Professor Department of Chemistry, BIET Members: Smt.M G Thriveni Asst. Professor Department of Chemistry, BIET Ashwini R K Asst. Professor Department of Chemistry, BIET

  • Invited Speaker: Dr.J.Manjanna Professor & Chairman Department of Chemistry, Rani Channamma University, Belagavi, Karnataka Patrons: Dr. H B Aravind Principal, BIET Prof. Y. Vrushabhendrappa Director, BIET HOD Dr. B E Basavarajappa Prof. & Head Department of Chemistry, BIET Conveners: Prasannakumar J K Asst. Professor Department of Chemistry, BIET Dr. H R Mallikarjuna Asst. Professor Department of Chemistry, BIET Coordinators: Smt.M G Thriveni Asst. Professor Department of Chemistry, BIET Ashwini R K Asst. Professor Department of Chemistry, BIET Dr.Sunitha R M Asst. Professor Department of Chemistry, BIET

B.E. Time Table

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Learning Materials

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