The Department of Plastic Technology was established in 1964. At that time B.Sc. Chemical Technology degree course of 3-year duration was started. In 1991 the course was upgraded to B. Tech. 4-year degree course after 10+2. Besides this, department also offers Doctoral programme in Plastic Technology & Applied Chemistry. The curriculum of these programs encompasses latest developments in the field as well as present and future needs of the industry.
The Department has built up a comprehensive research infrastructure with top-notch facilities for carrying cutting-edge teaching and research. Constant efforts are being put up to maintain the high standards of this department to be ranked as one of the best in India. The Department strives to provide its students with facilities and environment that are conducive for creative and dynamic work.
The Department has contributed by way of paper publications in National/International journals of repute and by paper presentations in National/International conferences. The department has run various R&D projects sponsored by AICTE, DMSRDE, UPCST etc. It has also undertaken relevant research projects, which serves the interest of the industries.
The Plastic Technology Department is proud of its excellent infrastructure and its role in providing the best professionals to the nation. Recently, National Board of Accreditation has accredited the B.Tech. Programme in Plastic Technology.
“The department of chemical technology-plastic technology aspires to achieve excellence in technical knowledge and skill, research and innovation in Plastics and Allied areas”
The mission of the Department of Chemical Technology- Plastic Technology are:
M1 : To develop state-of-the-art facilities to impart technical knowledge and skill to the graduate & post graduate students for plastic and allied industries and research organizations
M2 : To be a center of research and innovation for betterment of society in sustainable manner.
M3 : To develop state-of-the-art technologies for testing and consultancy for industry and society.
M4 : To cultivate strong ethical values to be a successful professionals and to become life-long learners.
The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of B.Tech. Chemical Technology-Plastic Technology program are:
PEO1 : Graduates will be technically competent in the field of polymers, resins, processing and allied areas to cater the need of country.
PEO2 : Graduates will be able to innovate in designs, production of materials and processes for sustainable development of society.
PEO3 : Graduates will serve the industry to meet the challenges in terms of quality assurance and standardization to with stand the global competiveness.
PEO4 : Graduates will discharge duties with professional attitudes and ethics.
PSO1 : to apply practical skills, technical knowledge in major streams such as chemistry, manufacturing, processing, and applications areas of engineering and technology in plastic and allied industries
PSO2 : to take-up career in research organizations or to pursue higher studies in plastic technology and interdisciplinary programs with high regard for ethical values, environmental and social issues.
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|Mr. Abhishek Sachan||Assistant Professor.||7318017337||[email protected]|
|Ms. Poonam||Assistant Professor||8130731806||[email protected]|
B Tech Bio-tech
Post graduate Diploma in Plastic Processing & M Tech
The department provides testing and consultancy facilities for various plastic items.
A bigger consultancy from the industries were done by individual professors who are now retired and data are not available. However, small testing for samples from industries were done. The details are as below:
Academic research includes research paper publications, Ph.D. guidance, and faculty receiving Ph.D. during the assessment period.
• Number of quality publications in refereed/SCI Journals, citations, Books/Book Chapters etc.(15)
• Ph.D. guided /Ph.D. awarded during the assessment period while working in the institute(5)
1. The faculty members of the department produced more than 30 Ph.Ds in the last three years.
2. About 08 projects were completed funded by different funding agencies.
3. More than 200 publications in national and international journals.
1. Prof Deepak Srivastava https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=sBUZz6IAAAAJ
2. Prof. Reena Singhalhttps://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=gMYOu3IAAAAJ
3. Prof. Indira Nigam https://hbtu.ac.in/facultyprofile/readWriteData/FacultyCV/IndiraNigam.pdf
POLYMER ENGINEERS AND TECHNOLOGISTS ASSOSCIATION (PETA)
POLYMER ENGINEERS AND TECHNOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION (PETA) is the student chapter of Plastic Dept., HBTI-Kanpur, involving all B.Tech, M.Tech, and Ph.D students. Set up in 2014, PETA was started with the aim of helping students to attain general awareness about innovation in technologies related to polymers, to learn about contemporary polymers and related industries and motivate them to become aspirants for future developments in the polymer related fields. It is means of greater academic collaboration among students , Faculty members and industries through various activities