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Deemed University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission (UGC) of India Act of 1956
Food Engineering and Technology Department Placement Brochure 2010-11
| leadership in areas of education. value based and quality technical education to make India a developed country through socio–economic transformation. VISION |food. technology and engineering to direct overall activity towards economic growth of India. To provide innovations and solutions in food and biotech sciences. in the field of Food Engineering & Technology and Food Biotechnology. research. | trained personnel of highest standards for the To produce benefit of the industry and society. safety and functionality employing fundamental and applied sciences.MISSION Establishing a center of excellence to provide demand driven. . especially Indian Traditional Food in terms of To improve nutrition.
Extra Curricular Activities 8. Message From The HOD 3. Placement Procedure & Contact Details . Our Consistent Recruiters 9.CONTENTS 1. About ICT 2. About FET Department 4. About Faculty & Programs Arranged By FET Department 7. Processing Facilities & Memberships 5. Major Instruments. Course Curriculum 6.
Asian Paints Ltd. secretaries to Government Departments. Merit is the only criterion for admission. Mashelkar. Biospectrum magazine in August 2010 has also rated ICT’s programme as Number One among all biotechnology programmes in the country and the first prize was bestowed on 17th December at Bangalore. D.s. Mumbai-400 019 International Standing and Accolades: Case for special status by the Government The Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT) Mumbai was established as the Department of Chemical Technology on 1st October. Its stellar performance is reflected in the following: 1. Aarti Group of Industries. Research has been an integral part of ICT since its inception and it has created over 500 first generation entrepreneurs. in October. directors of CSIR labs and over 500 first generation entrepreneurs. Research has been an integral part of ICT. Chairman and Managing Director. with all provisions of the UGC for funding and support as the state owned deemed university. Trieste. with multidisciplinary interests and decorated with national and international awards and honours. ViceChairman. The Institute was most popularly known as UDCT. IISc. Pharmaceutical Science and Technology. The Institute has a glorious history of 78 years. Reliance Industries. Fibres. Dr. DBT. 2. UDCT grew significantly in stature and was granted autonomy under UGC regulations by the University of Mumbai and further converted in to an Institute on 26th January. Shri Ashwin Dani. H. academics. a record of 161 full-time Ph D students and 120 Masters students. A survey was published by Professor Jude Sommerfeld of Georgia Tech. Scientific Advisory Committee to the Cabinet. 4. Shri C. through active support of industries and philanthropists. 5. ICT-DAE Centre in Chemical Engineering Education and Research. Under the World Bank TEQIP programme. the other 3 being centrally funded TIFR.the Academy of the Developing World.V. 3. K. bureaucrats. A. meriting the criterion of a special status. ICT has a record of 11 faculty who qualified for special grants. Some of the distinguished alumni includesPadmavibhushan Professor M. Centre for Green Technology. ICT has been receiving various grants and projects from the UGC. including Fellowship of INSA. UGC Networking Resource Centre in Chemical Engineering. 2010. DST and other agencies. former Director General. all over India. Chairman and Managing Director.D. Sharma.. Nehru’s Cabinet. with several centres of excellence: Centres of Advanced Studies in Chemical Engineering. USA in January 2011 showing that ICT is Number One Institute in India far ahead of several others including IITs. All leading foreign universities and industries seek ICT graduates. 2002. Padmashri Dr. The DAE has sanctioned 75 crores for the Centre in Chemical Engineering Education and Research with several projects from BARC and IGCAR for development of indigenous technologies for energy. Padma awardees. The institute has very strong linkages with industry and produced some of the topmost academics and industrialists. The foregoing demonstrates ICT’s International standing. Due to the recommendations of the Government of Maharashtra and University of Mumbai. Yadav is the topmost among all academics having supervised 61 PhDs and 58 Masters degree holders. . Padmabhushan Dr.. CSIR. ICT was granted Deemed University Status by the MHRD on 12th September. ICT has brought kudos to India. ICT produced 100 Ph. Very recently the UGC decided to recognize faculty who have guided at least 15 Ph. with state-of-the art research facilities. Chairman. The Director (Vice Chancellor) Professor G. The faculty is highly accomplished. NISERs and Central Universities.M. 6. ICT has also been rated as Number One Institute by NPIU among 127 TEQIP funded Institutes. Chairman.INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY University Under Section-3 of UGC Act-1956 Matunga. It is the only one among 4 in Maharashtra State. including government reservation policy. having produced many industrialists. Gogri. 2008. Food Engineering and Technology. Physico-Chemical Aspects of Textiles. particularly the IITS. Last year.D. Dyes & Polymers. Italy. and hostels. and it is also in top 10 in the world in Chemical Engineering. K. and Indian and foreign industries. ISERS. the Maharashtra government granted it full autonomy in June 2004. Gharda. were admitted. This rank has been maintained since 1970s. despite being at a disadvantaged position with reference to other technological institutes of national importance. He is the only serving faculty in the State to be a Fellow of the TWAS. Member. Anji Reddy. 1933 by the University of Mumbai. The MHRD had evaluated all deemed universities in the country in 2009 and granted “A” grade to 38 universities among 135 deemed universities. Gharda Chemicals and the Late Manubhai Shah. TISS and CIFE. ICT is rated as Number One Deemed University with “A” grade.s during 2009-10 which is record for any institute in India engaged in chemical engineering and technology. DBT-ICT Centre in Energy Biosciences. Mumbai. Several merit-cum-means scholarships (261) are awarded to needy students which range from ` 3000 to ` 75000 per student per annum. DAE. Reddy’s Lab. R. Dr. Shri Mukesh Ambani. Commerce Minister in Pt. all with fellowships.
These students with their glorious academic pasts and multitalented personalities possess the potential to bring value to the industry. Smita Lele Professor & Head of FET department. Private organizations like Cumballa Hill Hospital and Heart Institute. DAE. In addition various sponsored projects from governmental organizations like UGC. alumni and other professional bodies and associations from the fraternity of food technology. The Food Engineering and Technology department is enthusiastically geared up to reach a higher level of quality education and industrially relevant research to achieve their mission. In recognition of this requirement the Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT) is poised for a new phase having received Deemed University status on the occasion of its platinum jubilee celebration in October. Ministry of Food Processing Industries. of Maharashtra. Govt. well wishers. are equipped to become responsible and effective technologists. We strongly believe that our pool of high calibre students who have been groomed by distinguished faculty and exposed to relevant industrial interactions. AICTE. Our illustrious alumni network has always been a beacon of light and a continous source of inspiration for our students. Cadbury India Ltd have also been received. T . DBT. Dow Chemical Co.. Best wishes and warm regards to the FET department Batch of 2011!! Dr. 2010. Our esteemed faculty with rich industrial experience is crucial to the generation of an environment wherein our students not only learn theoretical concepts but also get a glimpse of what's happening on the industrial front.MESSAGE FROM THE HOD he industrial environment today is characterized by the need to constantly innovate and reinvent oneself in order to not only sustain but also grow one's stature. Over the course of the previous academic year (2009-2010) the department has received major grants from UGC. Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission. Ministry of Food Processing Industries. We hope for continued support from industries. The educational and training programmes of the Food Engineering and Technology (FET) department at ICT are anchored around the same philosophy of continuous growth and development. DBT. Government of Maharashtra. Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission. TEQIP.
two MTech programs (Food Biotechnology. Subsequently in 1949. The department performance has also been recognized recently in 2008 when it received the most prestigious status of Centre of Advanced Studies (CAS) from UGC. DAE. of Maharashtra and from private and multinational industries. the department was renamed as Food & Fermentation technology. In 1966 with the commencement of M. . (Tech) degree in Chemistry of Foods & Drugs was introduced. MHRD.FOOD ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT history of the Food Engineering and Technology department at the institute stretches back to 1943 when a B. Sc. Ministry of Food Processing. DBT. Later on.D. DBT. World Bank through TEQIP.Sc. Rajiv Gandhi Commission for S & T. (Tech) program in Fermentation Technology. keeping in line with the national pattern of the development of degree and post graduate programs. The At present the department conducts a BTech program in Food Engineering & Technology. Govt. programs in both basic sciences and chemical technology in tandem with the consortium of Masters programs. it was transformed to a full-fledged degree course in Food Technology with a dedicated department under this title. AICTE. The success of these academic programs has been enhanced due to the financial support received by the department from UGCDSA under COSIST and FIST (for the past fifteen years). Food Engineering & Technology) as well as several Ph. the degree courses underwent several changes and eventually the department was renamed as the Food Engineering & Technology department in 2005.
The department also has many analytical instruments such as HPLC. Dough sheeter. RO and Ultrafilteration Unit. Electrophoresis Unit. T he Food & Engineering Technology department is associated with many esteemed organizations and associations such as: ¢ Association of Food Scientists and Technologists . H a a k e V i s c o m e t e r. Pasta making machine. HPTLC. Te x t u r i m e t e r. Retort processing unit. Ultrasonic Processor. Fermentor. London Society ¢ Academy of Sciences New York . Tray and drum dryer. Modified atmosphere packaging. USA ¢ of Chemical Industry (SCI). GCMS.FOOD ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Major Instrumental / Processing Facilities T he department has major equipment for food processing that include Extruders. Supercritical Fluid Extraction Unit. Mumbai Unit ¢ Indian Society for Technical Education. Image Analyzer. Spectrophotometers. Blast and Fluidized Freezer. Protein Purification System. HunterLab Colorimeter. High Pressure Homogeniser. Brookfield Rheometer. New Delhi ¢ Indian Dairy Association (IDA) ¢ Indian Association of Dietetics ¢ International Society of Food Engineering (ISFE). India (AFSTI) ¢ Foods and Nutrition Development Protein Association of India (PFNDAI) ¢ Association of Carbohydrate Chemists and Technologists of India (ACCTI) ¢ Research Society of India (BSRI) Biotech ¢ Association of Microbiologists of India. PCR thermal Cyclers. Fluidized bed Dryer.
Students . The four year Bachelor of Technology program is offered in Food Engineering & Technology. It is aimed at providing a basic foothold in various food technologies.COURSE CURRICULUM B. Seminar ? also undergo six weeks of industrial training at the end of the second and third year of the course. Animal & Plantation Products ? Fermentation technology & Genetic Engineering ? Topics in Food Current Science & Technology HUMANITIES & MANAGEMENT ? Communication Skills ? Economics & Industrial Management ? Perspectives of Society. Tech. Details of the courses are given below. Vegetables & Grains ? Technology of Dairy. BASIC SCIENCES BASIC ENGINEERING FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ? Chemistry of Food Constituents ? Food Additives & Ingredients ? Biochemistry ? Nutrition ? Microbiology General ? Food Chemistry ? Food Packaging ? Food microbiology ? Food Engineering & Principles of Food Preservation ? Technology of Fruits. Science & Technology ? Industrial Safety & Environmental Engineering ? Organizational Behavior & production Management ? Economics Project THEORY SUBJECTS Chemistry Chemistry ? Chemistry Organic ? Chemistry Physical ? Analytical Chemistry ? Physics Applied ? Mathematics Applied ? Computer Applications ? Statistics & Simulations ? General ? Inorganic ? & Energy Balance Material Computation ? Engineering Chemical Operations ? & Heat Transfer Fluid Flow ? Process Chemical Technology ? Reaction Chemical Engineering ? Instrumentation & Process Control ? Introduction to Multiphase Reactors ? Technology Material ? Mechanical Engineering ? of materials & Strength Engineering Mechanics ? & Electronics Electrical Engineering LABORATORY COURSES Chemistry Chemistry ? Chemistry Physical ? Analytical Chemistry ? Physics ? Computer ? C Language + MS Excel ? Statistics & Simulation ? R-Language ? Organic ? Inorganic ? Chemical Engineering Laboratory ? Engineering Drawing ? Electrical & Electronics ? Mechanical Engineering ? Technical Analysis ? Biochemistry ? Food Chemistry ? Microbiology ? Food Analysis ? Food Preservation ? Food Processing & Analysis ? and Project work given in final year are also the part of curriculum.
Mumbai Chapter celebrates World Food Day on 16th October every year.. Rutgers University (U. R. S. NUTRITION WEEK Nutrition Day was celebrated jointly with PFNDAI on September 5.com ss.arya@ictmumbai. G. Nestle India and Marico. Dept of Food Technology.edu.in alaxmi_iyer@yahoo. 2. FET Department was the overall coordinator for ICT.. Heinz India Ltd. the first Union Minister of Education. Laxmi A.A. S. Innovative recipe competition. Annapure Dr.S.annapure@ ictmumbai.. About 100 ICT students (UG and PG) participated in the debates and essay competitions. Penn State University (U.singhal@ ictmumbai.edu. National Education day was celebrated at the Institute of Chemical Technology on November 11. Poster competition.edu. S. BARC. The event was sponsored by DSM Nutritional Products.edu. Lele Prof.in rs.S. Students benefit extensively from the vast practical experiences and industrial exposures of these experienced personalities.in VISITING FACULTY Eminent personalities from the industry and research institutes are associated with the course as visiting lecturers. 2010 to mark International Nutrition Week.CORE FACULTY Prof. U. who come from diverse industries such as Hindustan Lever Ltd. Debate and Skit were conducted.).S. WORLD FOOD DAY FET department jointly with AFST (I). Singhal Dr. 3. The central theme was Education. Professor of Food Technology.A. PROGRAMS ORGANIZED BY THE FET DEPARTMENT 1. Dr. Marico Industries Ltd. S. and Head Professor of Food Technology Associate Professor in Food Chemistry Assistant Professor in Applied Biochemistry Assistant Professor in Food Technology ss. IIP and academic scholars from many of the worlds reputed universities such as Chairman. NATIONAL EDUCATION DAY 2010 For the first time. Shalini Arya Professor of Biochemical Engg.email@example.com us. . 2010 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.) etc.
it has also acted as a newsletter featuring reports of the various events taking place in and around ICT. and Dance Club.EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Extracurricular activities in ICT are organized by Student Council consisting of more than 30 undergraduates. This year main attraction of the event was the concert by SHAAN. 5. MANZAR: The Inter Collegiate Cultural Festival of ICT MANZAR is an exhilarating cultural festival with a plethora of exciting events. EXERGY: The Inter Collegiate Technical Festival of ICT The annual undergraduate technical festival of ICT is a dynamic celebration of interdisciplinary prowess. Apart from that. It was born out of the merging of past technical festivals like Apinnacle and Prodigy and sees active participation by students from various colleges. highly interactive discussion sessions. YOUNG INNOVATORS' CHOICE COMPETITION (YICC) This is a competition that challenges students to produce a relevant solution to an Industry Defined Problem (IDP) within the time frame of 72 hours. YOUNG RESEARCHERS' CONFERENCE (YRC) The YRC is a rich mix of formats ranging from plenary sessions featuring many thought provoking speakers to intense. 4. 7. Music Club. The SPIRIT The Spirit was started as a non technical magazine of ICT in the year 2006. participants are spoilt for choice. 2. 3. Opportunities are seized. 6. which has been held in association with MPCB and NGOs like PETA and CRY to whom the proceeds of the marathon were forwarded. The solutions are then presented and judged by academic and industrial experts in the relevant fields . in which athletes from more than 50 colleges have taken part. 1. SPORTSAGA: The intercollegiate sports festival of ICT. knowledge gained and experiences created. SPICMACAY Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Among Youth. This unique event requires participants to work with process flow diagrams. Drama Club. thus making it arguably the biggest sports festival for engineering colleges in MAHARASHTRA. . reaction kinetics. cost estimation. inhibitions lost. A distinct feature of Sportsaga is the ICT Green Marathon. Students are active members of Literary Club. It aimed at giving a platform for students to showcase their creative writing skills. from the artistic to the daring. safety aspects and many other technological concepts. With a wide selection of events. It serves as a platform for students to stretch the limits of their technical knowledge beyond the walls of the classroom.
OUR CONSISTENT RECRUITERS Placement Coordinators 2010-11 Purna Tamhankar 9970760999 Siddhesh Khade 9892264156 .
PLACEMENT PROCEDURE ? are mailed to companies/organizations with relevant Invitations information ? Company/organization sends the detail to the to the placement office. us.in completion of selection procedure. Nathalal Parekh Marg Matunga.09820582821 as per company's request. Mumbai-400019 Ph. ? If the company wishes to conduct a Pre-Placement Talk (PPT) they can send a request along with preferred dates.com.edu. ? conducts interviews on confirmed dates. .annapure@ictmumbai. The company Placement can confirm or negotiate the dates with the placement officer. Uday S. Company ? of selected candidates is furnished by the company after The list Email – udayannapure@gmail. ? of interested candidates are sent to companies for short listing Resumes CONTACT Dr. Institute of Chemical Technology.. ? We register a job corresponding to the selected students and they are not allowed to appear for other companies' interview as per the placement policy. Annapure Placement and Training Incharge Food Engineering and Technology Department. ? officer schedules dates for campus interviews. FET department ? The details are made available to the students along with any other information provided by the company.
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