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Department of Chemistry

ABOUT DEPARTMENT

The department of applied chemistry is one of the most important and result oriented department of the institute. Departmental motto towards work is:

"Don't show the length of your words but your work"

Department of Applied Chemistry is well equipped with modern technique and advanced computing facility. The department is well nourished with lab facility and rich with qualified faculty and trained staff

This Dept. is highly devoted to fulfill the requirement of standard testing of various materials and Environmental Impact Analysis Consultancy Service on a modern scale. The Cell has well qualified faculties and trained supporting staff with rich experience to execute the jobs undertaken.

Our Department offered the testing and consultancy services to Government, Semi Government and private sectors. Various types of testing facilities are available at our department.

  1. A research project is going on: "Development of Efficient Biosorption Technology for Removing Cadmium from Industrial Effluents" Funded by COLLOBORATIVE RESEARCH PROJECT UNDER TEQIP-III (CSVTU/CRP/TEQIP-III/50 Date 05/09/2019)
  2. Faculties of the department have participated and paper presented in international, national conferences, workshop and prepared research papers to update them.

Vision

The Vision of the Department of Chemistry is to create a centre of excellence to meet the current and future challenges in the field of research and Applied Chemistry.

Mission

M1 Generating knowledge and developing technology through quality research in frontier areas of chemical and interdisciplinary fields.
M2 To impart and enhance the advanced knowledge and skills of students to meet the global challenges.
M3 To create high quality teaching-learning environment and sample testing activities.

PO

PEO1 To carry out fundamental, applied research and provide eco friendly solutions addressing in the field of Environment and Chemistry.
PEO2 Able to develop continuous knowledge and skills.
PEO3 Able to understand new techniques and latest information.

Lab Photographs

Lab Details

  • Full furnished lab for B.E. 1st year as per CSVTU & AICTE norms.
  • Full furnished Environment Engg. Lab for B.E. 6th Semester as per CSVTU & AICTE norms.
  • Advanced Research Lab with full facility of Research level
  • EQUIPMENTS AVAILABLE IN LABORATORY
S. NO. LIST OF EQUIPMENTS QUANTITY
1 Bomb Calorimeter 01
2 Digital pH meter 01
3 Digital Conductivity meter 01
4 Penseky Martenzs flash point apparatus 02
5 Red Wood Viscometer 02
6 Saybolt Viscometer 01
7 Digital Spectrophotometer 01
8 Single Pan Analytical Balance 01
9 Double Pan Analytical Balance 01
10 Assembly for determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand 03
11 Assembly for Double Distillation Method 01
12 Hot Plates 02
13 Assembly for Titration 60
14 Vacuum pump 01
15 Ware testing kit 01
16 Muffle furnace 01
17 BOD Incubator 01
18 Jar test Apparatus 01
19 Dust Sampler 01
20 Hot Air Oven 01
21 Carbon sulpher Apparatus 01
22 LED Fluorimeter 01
23 UV-VIS Spectrophotometer 01
24 Portable Multiparameter System 01
25 Ion Selective Electrode 01
26 Flame Photometer 01
27 Electronic Microscope 01
28 Deionizer 01
29 REFRECTOMETER hhr-2N MAKE ATAGO JAPAN 01
30 Nickil testing kit 01
31 Radiation meter 01
32 GPS 01

Testing & Consultancy

List of testing facility available

  1. Water Testing
  2. Fuel testing
  3. Lubricant Testing
  4. Material Testing
  5. Dust Sampling
  6. SPM level and constituents of SPM
  7. Ore testing and Identification
  8. Soil Testing
  9. Food Testing

Faculty Updation:

  • Dr. Sangeeta Sahu HOD Chemistry & Dean SSW
  • Dr. Shilpa Sharma (Ph. D., M.Sc., B.Ed.)
  • Ms. Preeti Pandey (M.Sc., Ph. D. pursuing from CSVTU, Bhilai)

Dr. Sangeeta Sahu

Experience: 11.5 years

Sponsored research projects undertaken as principal investigator

"Development of Efficient Biosorption Technology for Removing Cadmium from Industrial Effluents, PROPOSAL FOR COLLOBORATIVE RESEARCH PROJECT UNDER TEQIP-III (CSVTU/CRP/TEQIP-III/50 Date 05/09/2019)

Research Publications


  1. Synthesis of 1,4,6,9 Tetra Aza Cyclo Decane (TACD) Macrocyclic Complex of Ni(II) Transitional Metal Ion Present in Industrial Waste Water, Journal of Industrial Pollution Control, 27(2)(2011)pp 181-184.
  2. Synthesis of Dodecaaza-tetrachlorotricyclodotriacontane (DACD) Macro cyclic Complexes of Transitional Metal Ions (Cu++) Present in Pulp and Paper Mill Effluents", INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL "ORIENTAL JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, ISSN: 0970-020 XCODEN: OJCHEG 2012, Vol. 28, No. (1): Pg. 553-558.
  3. Synthesis of Dodecaazatricyclodotriacontane (DOCD) Macrocyclic Complexes of Ni (II), Cu (II) Transition Metal Ions containing aza Ligands", VASUNDHARA-THE EARTH, ISSN No. 0973-595X, Vol.4June (2012).
  4. "Managing Nickel metals in Agriculture contaminated soil into macrocyclic complex, IOSR Journals of Engineering, ISSN: 2250-3021, Volume 2, Issue 7(July 2012) PP 40-44.
  5. "Synthesis of Methyl, Benzyl, Benzyl and Pseudo-halogeno Co (III) complexes of a dioxime containing a crown ether moiety, Journal IJRET, Volume: 2 Issue: 2 ISSN: 2319-1163. Pg.94-97.
  6. Synthesis and characterization of Octaazatricyclotetracosane (octc) Macrocyclic Complexes of Ni (II), Cu (II) transition metal ions derived from 1, 3-diaminopropane containing aza ligands, Journal IJRET, Volume: 02 Issue: 12 eISSN: 2319-1163 /Pissn:2321-7308. Pg.583-588.
  7. "Research Article Alteration in lymphocyte responses in white leg horn chicks with experimental different does of infection of Ascaridia Galli, International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, Vol. 5, 2, pp.375-378, February 2014.
  8. "Synthesis of Nickil (II) complex of Octaazatricycylotetracosane (OCTC) Macrocyclic complexes from the contaminated soil", in International Journal of Pharma and Bio Science, 2016Oct: 7(4):(P) 212-217. ISSN 0975-6299.

Conference/ Seminars/ workshop


Paper presented in thirteen international and national conference, one short term training programme organized by IIT Delhi, number of FDP programme organized by BIT Raipur, three workshop attended organized by various institutes.

Achievements


  1. Dean Student and staff welfare 2019 and HOD Chemistry of Bhilai of Institute technology, Raipur
  2. Awarded by BEST PAPER PRESENTATION AWARD in 4th International Conference on Sustainability and Management Strategy held in Institution of Management Technology, Nagpur during September 4-5.2015,collaboration with California state University" San BERNARDINO & NEERI
  3. Awarded by BEST PAPER PRESENTATION AWARD on "National Seminar on Effect of Pollution on Global Health" sponsored by University Grants Commission in Shri Shankaracharya sector-IV, Bhilai Nagar (C.G.) ON THE Topic" Synthesis of Dodecaazatricyclodotriacontane (DOCD) Macrocyclic Complexes of Ni (II), Cu (II) Transition Metal Ions containing aza Ligands
  4. Acted as Judge the CBSE Regional Science Exhibition in Kaanger Valley Academy.
  5. Acted as Evaluator for the Regional Level CBSE Science Exhibition in The N H Goel World School, Raipur
  6. CO-CONVENER OF NATIONAL SEMINAR ON "RECENT ADVANCES IN METEOROLOGY, CLIMATOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT" in Bhilai Institute of Technology, Raipur.
  7. Life member of the society, an organization for promoting the quality and standards in technical education The Indian Society For Technical Education, IIT(D) Campus, Delhi
  8. Life Membership of The Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata

Ms. Shilpa Sharma

Experience: 17 Years

  1. Ph. D awarded: 2019 February, National Institute of Technology , Raipur Topic: "Air Quality and Trace Contaminants in Various Environmental Matrices of Raipur Capital City"
  2. Member of board of studies in CSVTU, Bhilai
  3. Sponsored research projects undertaken as Co-principal investigator
    "Development of Efficient Biosorption Technology for Removing Cadmium from Industrial Effluents, PROPOSAL FOR COLLOBORATIVE RESEARCH PROJECT UNDER TEQIP-III (CSVTU/CRP/TEQIP-III/50 Date 05/09/2019

Research Publications:


  1. Sharma, S., Khan, F., Pandey, M., & Pandey, P. K. (2017). Nickel contamination of the environment. Research journal of chemical sciences,7(10)
  2. Sharma, S. Khan, F., Pandey, M. & Pandey, P. K. (2017). Morning Visibility Reduction and Air quality in Raipur, India. Asian Journal of chemistry, 29(6).
  3. One paper communicated

In Proc. of International/ National Conferences


  1. Sharma, S., Khan, F., Pandey, M., & Pandey, P. K. (2017). Removal of nickel (II) from waste water using plant originated bio-sorbent. Proceeding of National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Analysis (RACA 2017).
  2. Sharma, S., Khan, F., Pandey, M., & Pandey, P. K. (2017). TOXIC CONTAMINANTS IN THE PARTICULATE MATTER OF RAIPUR CITY. Proceeding of UGC- SAP (DRS-II) National Conference on Advances in Environmental & Chemical Sciences (2017).
  3. Sharma, S., Khan, F. (2013).Environmental impact of Air pollution and Assessment of Respirable Dust in Raipur City. Proceeding of National Seminar on Recent Advances in Meteorology, Climatology & Environment (2013).

Conference/ Seminars/ workshop


Paper presented in Six international and national conference, five short term training programme organized by NIT Raipur, number of FDP programme organized by various institutes such as CITCON, NIT Raipur, BIT Raipur, NITTTR Bhopal & GEC Bilaspur etc.

Achievements


  1. Life member of the society, an organization for promoting the quality and standards in technical education The Indian Society For Technical Education, IIT(D) Campus, Delhi
  2. Life Membership of The Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata
  3. Organizing Secretary in Discourse A National Level paper presentation meet.
  4. Acted as organizing Member in National Seminar Organized by BIT Raipur, in collaboration with IMD Raipur.

Ms. Preeti Pandey

Experience: 4.5years (Teaching), 2 years (Research )


Research Publications


Paper entitled "A Review on occurrence of radioactive elements in different states of India" published in Research Journal of Chemical Sciences, Vol. 7(6), 18-22, June (2017)

Conference/ Seminars/ workshop


Paper presented in five international/ national conferences ORGANISE BY Indian Chemical Society Kolkata, SOS in Chemistry Pt. Rsu. Raipur and BIT Durg , one short term training programme organized by NIT Raipur on basics of GIS, one FDP programme organized by BIT Dug, on outcome based education, six workshops attended at BARC Mumbai, SOS in Chemistry Pt. Rsu. Raipur, CSVTU Bhilai, BIT Durg and BIT Raipur.

Faculties

Dr. Shilpa Sharma

Qualification:
PhD,MSc

Experience:
13-Years

Specialization:
Organic Environment Chemistry

Dr. Sangeeta Sahu

Qualification:
Ph.D. MSc.

Experience:
13-Years

Specialization:
Environment & Applied Chemistry

Prof. Pritee Pandey

Qualification:
Ph.D.(P) MSc.

Experience:
6-Years

Specialization:
Chemistry