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Swapnil Agarwal


To be a part of an organization and contribute to its growth and prosperity by employing my theoretical knowledge and conceptual prowess.

Programming/Computer Languages Operating Systems Office Automation Tools Others Process Simulators

GW-Basic, MS-Logo, C & C ++ Windows 95/98/XP MS-Dos Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel Corel Draw, Photoshop HTRI, Aspen HYSYS

ACADEMICS Board/ University Nirma University Nirma University Nirma University Nirma University Nirma University Nirma University C.B.S.E. I.C.S.E. Month and Year Of Passing June 2009 December 2008 June 2008 December 2007 June 2007 December 2006 2005-2006 2003-2004

Course B.Tech (Chemical) Sem. VI B.Tech (Chemical) Sem. V B.Tech (Chemical) Sem. IV B.Tech (Chemical) Sem. III B.Tech (Chemical) Sem. II B.Tech (Chemical) Sem. I H.S.C S.S.C

School / College Institute of Technology Institute of Technology Institute of Technology Institute of Technology Institute of Technology Institute of Technology Ess-Ess Convent School Agra St. Conrad’s Inter College Agra

SPI/ Percentage






7.96 74.4% 89.8%

ACHIEVEMENTS  Selected among the top 300 fellows from across the world, to participate in the first “Inaugural Habitat Summit” at Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi.  Third Prize, Environment Quiz, Organized by Gujarat Government  Secured 1037*(All India Rank) in NIIT Aptitude Test 2009.  1st Prize in Business Plan Competition in Chemozale, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, May 2008.  1st Prize in Poster presentation in “E-Waste and its current trends” in Chemozale, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, May 2008  “Level II” Qualified for ISRO’s International Space Conference, September 2007  “Young Techno-Entrepreneur Award” by Nirma Labs Ahmedabad, May 2007  1st Runners up in Crucible`07 (Business Quiz), Nirma University, October 2006  1st prize in “Non-Working Model Competition”, in COSMAFEST, St. Conrad’s Inter College, Agra, November 2005  Merited Honors’ in Physics, July 2004.


 Enhancement in efficiency of Solar Cells Technology: Conventional Convex lenses Scope: To increase the efficiency of solar cells by trapping maximum amount of available light and thereby increasing the intensity of light, this in turn increases the photons striking the surface and thereby increases the current output.  Increasing Run-length of a Visbreaker Furnance, Essar Oil Ltd, Vadinar, May-June’08 Technology: Changes in Design, Chemicals inhibiting coke formation. Scope: To decrease coke formation, thereby increasing the Run-length of the Visbreaking furnace.  Dye Sensitized Solar Cells Technology: Photosynthesis (In Force) Scope: New generation solar cells, In contrast to conventional silicon photovoltaic devices, the dye solar cell converts light energy to electricity on a molecular level, similar to natural photosynthesis.  Dust Resistant films for Solar cells Technology: Nano-polymer coating (In Force) Scope: For Countries like India, Dust accumulation on solar cells is a serious problem, which decreases cell’s efficiency, the idea is to develop a economic nano-polymer dust-resistant layer which averts dust build up.

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING  Training in “Hari Industries, Agra” from 14th May 2007 to 12th June,2007, objective was to study various Unit Operation Equipments used in Paint industry.  Training in “Pee Cee Soap & Chemicals Pvt. Ltd.” From 20th Nov 2007 to 5th December 2007, objective various processes carried out in soap manufacture.  Training in “Essar Oil Ltd, Vadinar Gujarat” from 20th May 2008 to 7th June 2008, done project on “Visbreaker Furnace”.  Training in “Mazda Ltd, Ahmedabad, Gujarat” from 18th May 2009 to 27th June 2009, Objective was to study various design features involved in chemical engineering equipments.

INDUSTRIAL VISITS Industry Nirma Limited, Mandali Nirma Limited, Savli Meghmani Industries, Vatva GACL, Baroda IFFCO, Kalol ACADEMIC SEMINARS Product Salt, Toilet Soap Detergents Dyes Alkali (Caustic) Ammonia and Urea Plant

 Nano-Electro-Mechanical-Systems(NEMS) Scope: NEMS hold promise to improve abilities to measure small displacements and forces at a molecular scale, and are related to nanotechnology and nanomechanics. Nanorobots, Nanocantilevers, Actuators etc. are different examples of NEMS devices.  E-waste Management Methods Scope: e-waste is a loose description of surplus, obsolete, broken or discarded electrical or electronic devices, which is very hazardous for environment, their management involves 3R’s viz… Reuse, Reduce & Recycle.  Clean Rooms Scope: A cleanroom is an environment, typically used in manufacturing or scientific research, that has a low level of environmental pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles and chemical vapors.  Green Buildings Scope: Green building is the practice of increasing the efficiency with which buildings use resources energy, water, and materials while reducing building impacts on human health and the environment during the building's lifecycle, through better siting, design, construction, operation, maintenance, and removal.

SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED  Workshop on “Flash Works” organized by ISTE Student’s Chapter Nirma Institute of Tehnology, Ahmedabad.  Seminar on “Current Trends in Nanotechnology”, A National Level Seminar organized by Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.  International Conference-cum-Workshop on Nanoscience & Nanotechnology organized by Ansal Institute of Technology, in collaboration with DST Govt. of India & North Dakota State University, USA.  Mock Placement Session, organized by INFOCRATS Club of Nirma University  Mock GD-PI Session, organized by ECO club of Nirma University.  Paper Presentation on “Application of MEMS” at Autofest’08 organized by SVNIT, Surat.  Attended Expert lecture on “Plasma Technology” at Institute of Tehnology, Nirma university Ahmedabad.  Attended Expert lecture on “Solid waste Landfill management” at Institute of Tehnology, Nirma university, Ahmedabad.


SPE is a professional association with more than 88,000 members worldwide who are engaged in energy resources development and production.
Student member of SPE for the year December 2008 – November 2009, Membership No.: 3411251 Chemical Engineering Students; Association (ChESA), Nirma University.  Serving as the President of Chemical Engineering Students’ Association (ChESA), for the year 2009-2010  Served as Treasurer of Chemical Engineering Students’ Association (ChESA), for the year 2008-2009.  Served as Joint Treasurer of Chemical Engineering Students’ Association (ChESA), for the year 2007-2008.  Worked as a member of Event Organizing Committee, Sponsorship Committee in Chemozàle ’07, A National Level Technical Symposium, held at Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.  Worked as a member of Event Organizing Committee, Sponsorship Committee, Website Committee, and Souvenir Editorial Team in Chemozàle ’08, A National Level Technical Symposium held at Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) Students’ Chapter Nirma University  Chiefly Co-ordinated the event “ROBOGRID”, a three days Robotic Workshop, by GRIDBOTS, internationally acclaimed Robotic experts currently involved in a major space project under Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam, supported by ISRO & NASA. The event was a big hit, as it involved 60 participants, the workshop involved hands on session of making fully Computerised Robots.  Actively Involved in Organising events round the year for ISTE for the period August 2006 – February 2008.

PERSONAL PROFILE Father’s Name Correspondence Address Permanent Address Contact Number Date of Birth Gender E-mail Known Languages Hobbies Mr. Anil Kumar Agarwal Room -102 Aaradhna Hostel, B/h B.V. Patel Institute, Sola Road, Thaltej, Ahmedabad - 380006 2, Kishan Nagar, Balkeshwar Agra -282004 (M)+91 9724720552 3rd September 1988 Male English, Hindi Reading, Music, Internet Surfing (R) +91 5624042717


Prof. Jayesh Ruparelia Associate Professor Chemical Engineering, Institute of Technology, NirmaUniversity, Ahmedabad. Contact: 0997865221 Email

Mrs. Anu Sutaria Manager TiE, Ahmedabad Chapter Ahmedabad Contact:07932943095 09825084899 Web:


I hereby declare that the above-mentioned details are true to the best of my knowledge. Place : Ahmedabad Date : Sign : (Swapnil Agarwal)