The course is a unique amalgamation of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, which has been recognized as a vital course by chemical industries and allied industries as well. Keeping in view the scenario of Chemical Industries in India, UGC has designed and launched a course in Industrial Chemistry at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels.

The Department comprises of highly qualified and committed faculty members with experience in both Academia and Research & Development (R&D). Their expertise covers various domains in Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Chemistry and Polymer Technology.

It is a vocational technical course, specially designed to cater the needs of chemical industries in recent times.


Industrial Chemistry Department is passionate and committed to:

Divulge the students the contemporary state of knowledge and to imbibe ethos of technocrat in rapidly emergent field of science & technology by building the foundation on fundamental sciences.
Provide outstanding undergraduate and graduate Industrial chemistry degree programs with excellent technical and leadership skills, integrity and social responsibility.
Be recognized internationally as a leader in research and industrial science, creating novel and sustainable solutions to serve public interests and to address global challenges in areas such as health, energy and environment.

Develop rigorous and contemporary curriculum that is responsive to future developments, reflecting the interdisciplinary nature and diversity of the industrial need, thus enabling students to become successful industrialist, entrepreneurs, academicians and leaders.


Empowering graduates to become leading future technocrats with innovation, research and spirituality having a solid foundation of pure sciences in conjunction with applied sciences to serve the global needs.

PSO-Side Heading PSO no. PSO Detail
Fundamental Knowledge PSO 1 Develop skills of chemical engineering including unit operation, unit processes, reactor designing, process calculation, process control and mathematical modelling.
PSO 2 Interpret the fundamental concepts of chemistry including organic, physical, inorganic, analytical, polymer, petroleum, dyes, pharmaceuticals, medicinal and material science.
Technical Skill PSO 3 Know and follow the standard operating procedures and safety regulations for effective handling and use of chemicals.
PSO 4 Demonstrate the ability to apply the chemistry knowledge at an advanced level.
Research Skill PSO5 1. Able to use modern instrumentation and classical techniques, to design experiments, and to properly record the results of their experiment in chemistry and chemical engineering domain.
PSO 6 Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
Critical Thinking PSO 7 Interpret chemical information from peer-reviewed publications.
Effective Communication PSO 8 Communicate chemistry and chemical engineering topics effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Self directed and life−long learning PSO 9 Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
Ethics PSO 10 Understand the ethical, historic, philosophical, and environmental dimensions of problems for global solutions in an economic, environmental, and societal context.
  • Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Petroleum Refineries
  • Petrochemical Industries
  • Cement Industries
  • Paint Industries
  • Polymer Industries
  • Petrochemical Industries
  • Textile Industries
  • Ceramic Industries
  • Pulp and Paper Industries
  • Dyes and Dyeing Industries
  • Electroplating Industries
  • Water treatment Plants
  • Academics etc.
SN Name Qualification Designation Experience


1 Er. Ravi S. Tank M.Sc.(Environment), M.Sc. (IT), B.E. Chemical Head 20
2 Mr. Viral H. Karia Ph. D. (Pursuing) M.Sc. (Pharm. Chemistry), B.Ed., Assi. Prof. 14
3 Dr. Pankaj M. Akbari Ph.D, M.Sc.(I.C) B.Ed. Assi. Prof. 8
4 Mr. Govind V. Vagadiya Ph.D.(Pursuing), M.Sc.(I.C) Assi. Prof. 7
5 Dr. Mahesh M. Savant M.Sc./Ph.D./PDF Assi. Prof. 6

Mr. Ravi S. Tank
HOD & Associate Professor
Mr. Viral H. Karia
Associate Professor
Mr. Pankaj M. Akabari
Associate Professor
Mr. Govind V. Vagadia
Associate Professor

Dr. Mahesh M. Savant
Associate Professor

Academic Toppers:

B.Sc. Mathematics:

  1. Ibrahim Abid Parekh
  2. Amit Arvindbhai Vora
  3. Sagar Hiteshbhai Vachhani

M.Sc. Mathematics:

  1. Dharaben Arvindbhai Dodiya
  2. Mital Rajendrabhai Palariya
  3. Gopi Rameshbhai Mandaviya

Most Regular Students:

B.Sc. Mathematics:

  1. Savsani Ravi Rameshbhai

M.Sc. Mathematics:

  1. Limbasiya Ravikumar
  2. Pan Ankitbhai Pradipbhai
  3. Radadiya Shreyabe Pravinbhai
  4. Sanghani Sonali Ashokbhai
Sr. No Name Title of paper URL
1 Er. Ravi S. Tank Implementation of Green Technology: Some Selected Industrial Case Studies
2 Energy from Industrial Waste as a Substituent for Fuel & Utilization of Pollutant CO2 Produced for Algae Formation
3 Economical Extraction of Whey Protein from Milk
4 Treatment and Characterization of Wastewater

from Various Dyeing Industries Using Different Adsorbents
5 Review: Critical evaluation of hazards of some petrochemical and petroleum refinery industrial sectors
6 Determination of metals from heavy petroleum residues with application of microwave digestion: A review
7 Implementation of Cleaner Production in Laminating Industries
8. Mr. Viral H. Karia Preparation of Ionic Liquids and Synthesis of DHPM using Ionic Liquids
9. Water Droplet study on rough artificial and natural surface
10. Dr. Pankaj M. Akbari Synthesis And Biological Screening Of 2-amino-6-aryl- 4-{[(3′-difluoromethoxy)-5′-(3″-methyl)-4″-(2‴,2‴,2‴- Trifluoroethoxy)pyridin-2″-yl]methoxyphenyl}- Nicotinonitriles.
11. ‘’Synthesis and Biological Screening of N-(4-(6-Amino-5-cyano-4-aryl-pyridin-2-yl)phenyl)cyclopropane Carboxamide’’
12. “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of N-(4-(5-Aryl-4, 5-Dihydro-1H-Pyrazol-3-yl)Phenyl)Cyclopropane Carboxamide’’
13. “Treatment and Characterization of wastewater from various dyeing industries using different adsorbents”
14. Mr. Govind V. Vagadiya Synthesis, Characterization And Biological Activity Studies Of Substituted 2-Amino-3-Ethoxycarbonyl-5-Oxo-4-(Substituted Phenyl) -4H, 5H–Pyrano-[3, 2-c]-Chromene
15. Synthesis and Antimicrobial Activity of 2-{[(4’-Arylidine-5’oxo-2’ phenyl) Imidazolyl]-1’-Yl}-3-Keto-1,5-Dimethyl-2-Phenyl Pyrazole
16. Synthesis and Antimicrobial Activity of 2-{[(4′-Arylidine-5′-Oxo-2′-Phenyl)Imidazolyl]-1′-Yl}-3-(4-Hydroxyphenyl) Propanoic Acids
17. Synthesis, Characterisation and Biological Activity

Studies of Substituted 6H-12H-benzopyrano [4, 3-b]

18. Mr. Anand V. Khishtariya Dynamic behaviours of water droplet impacting antiwetting plant leaves
19. Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Trisubstituted N-(2-methoxy-4-nitrophenyl)-1-phenyl-5-aryl-1 H-pyrazol-3-Amine Derivatives
20. Synthesis of carboxamide and sulfonamide bearing novel pyrazolopyridones
21. Dr. Mehul L. Savaliya Eco-friendly process for preparation of biodiesel from WFO over MTSA-Si catalyst: An innovative approach for the utilization of side product
22. A simple and sustainable process for the preparation of fuel grade esters using PE-Si composite: A reusable catalytic system
23. A simpler and highly efficient protocol for the preparation of biodiesel from soap stock oil using a BBSA catalyst!divAbstract
24. Current Trends in Separation and Purification of Fatty Acid Methyl Ester
25. Cutting Cost Technology for the Preparation of Biodiesel Using Environmentally Benign and Cheaper Catalyst
26. Cellulose Sulfuric Acid Catalyzed Esterification of Biodiesel Derived Raw Glycerol to Medium Chain Triglyceride: The Dual Advantage
27. A notice on newly synthesized silica-induced boron trisulfonic acid catalyst towards biodiesel synthesis from refined soybean oil
28. A Concise Review on Acid, Alkali and Enzyme Catalyzed Transesterification of Fatty Acid Esters of Glycerol (FAEG) to Fatty Acid Methyl Ester (FAME) Fuel
29. An experimental investigation into methyl laureate production via direct esterification of solid fatty acid by using amylum sulfuric acid: an efficient, biodegradable, and recyclable solid acid catalyst
30. A Study of Dairy Effluent of Various Products on the Basis of Chemical Oxygen Demand Value and a Comparative Study Between Common ETP with Respect to Other Plants and Possible Load Reduction Method
31. Measurement and evaluation of total dissolved solid (tds) from dairy etp and it’s comparison with other plants and possible load reduction method
32. A study of dairy effluent on the basis of do value and a comparative analysis of cetp with respect to other plants and possible load reduction methods
33. A study of dairy effluent of various products on the basis of oil and grease value and a comparative study between common etp with respect to other plants    and possible load reduction method
34. A Study of Dairy Effluent of Various Products on the Basis of BOD Value and a Comparative Study Between Common ETP with Respect to Other Plants and Possible Load Reduction Method
35. Chemical Transformation of Triglycerides of Fatty Acid of Pongamia pinnata Seed to Fatty Acid Methyl Esters by Microwave Irradiation

1.Advanced Analytical Techniques for Materials Characterization

  • Students are benefited by advance analytical tools.
  • They gain the fundamental knowledge about real working of analytical tools.
  • They learned about working principals and operation of analytical tools in real sense.
  • They also benefited by stand operation procedure of all advance analytical tools.
  • They gain ideas about result interpretation of all advance analytical tools.


  • Students aware about the personal protective equipments and how to react during different kinds of gas release in the atmosphere, which type of protective equipments should be used in particular work in industry, etc. by  Mr. Shaileshbhai Joshi, Senior Officer, Safety Department, Tata Chemicals Ltd., Mithapur.
  • Students benefited with the knowledge of Ergonomics by Mr. Jiteshbhai Chauhan, Asst. Manager, EMS Dept, Tatachemicals, Ltd, Mithapur.
  • Students knew about the environmental management system by Mr. Parshav Patel, Dy. Manager, EMS Dept, Tatachemicals, Ltd, Mithapur.
  • Jaiminbhai, Asst. Officer, EMS Dept, Tatachemicals, Ltd, Mithapur. explained the Cement manufacturing plant and TATA Power Plant.
  • Students have seen the cement manufacturing plant and gain the knowledge of its process.
  • Students aware about the different products manufactured in the plant.
  • Students and Staff did one activity of beach cleaning nearby Tata Chemical, Mithapur Plants.

3.Industrial Oxychlorination & Bulk Synthesis of Unsaturated Polyester Resin

  • Pradyuman Patel gave presentation on Industrial Oxychlorination & Bulk Synthesis of Unsaturated Polyester Resin.
  • Pradyuman Patel & Mr. Harsh Patel, Managing Director, Sugam Polytech Pvt. ltd., discoursed on bulk production, reactor types, reactor material of construction and instrumentation of Industrial level working reactor. So, Students benefited with knowledge of actual unit process going in reactor.
  • Students have seen the polymer manufacturing plant and gain the knowledge of its process & correlated it to the FY-BSc. Industrial Chemistry Sem-2 Course (Polymer Science & Technology).
  • Students enriched their skill about bulk manufacturing of the polymer products.

4.Yoga Practices by Mr. Jasprit Singh

  • Jasprit Singh delivered a speech on importance of Yoga in our life for M.Sc students in step auditorium. Also discussed about various pranayam.
  • Jasprit Singh perfomed various yoga and pranayam infront of students and also explained benefits of each yogasan and pranayam. Students also performed with the Mr. Jasprit Singh.
  • Students performed asans like Bhujangasana, Padmasana, Sukhasana, Tadasana, Vajrasana etc. and Pranayam like Bhramari pranayam, Anuloma – Viloma, Deep breathing etc.

5.Atmiya Sports Event – 2019

  • Taking part in various sports activities is important in ensuring that one is able to reap the benefits that come with it.
  • There are various sports activities organized in the college and students can take part in to ensure that they are able to lead healthier and more active lives.
  • It also brings students together irrespective of their ethnic backgrounds or age. In times of sports, students come together for the purpose of fun and enjoyment.
  • Sports make friendly interaction between Teacher and Students and so making healthy relationship.


Academic Expansion from 1988 Onwards.

  • 1988

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    January 2, 1988
    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.
  • 1988

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    January 28, 1988
    Commencement of Self Finance.
  • 2000

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Science Programs and Management Program.
  • 2000

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.
  • 2005

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    January 28, 2005
    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.
  • 2007

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    January 28, 2007
    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.
  • 2018

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    January 28, 2018
    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY


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