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VISION

To produce knowledgeable, skilled and committed Environmental Engineers with adequate input from humanities, science, engineering and technology to effectively tackle the challenging Environmental problems of the contemporary world and to be the Centre of Excellence in Environmental Engineering Education, Research and Consultancy

MISSION

• To provide quality education through dynamic and up-dated curriculum, and conducive teaching – learning environment for students to excel in their career

• To impart both soft and hard skills through state of the art infrastructural facilities

• To create a pool of competent members of the faculty with commitment  to involve in teaching, applied and  inter disciplinary research, and consultancy

• To establish a fair and transparent mechanism of assessment and evaluation to develop confidence amongst the stake holders

• To build industry – institute symbiosis and to establish good rapport with alumni

Programme Educational Outcomes (PEOs)

PEO1

To produce well informed, efficient and globally acceptable Environmental Engineers with a societal commitment, passion to achieve leadership in their professional career and contribute their services for creating an environmentally sustainable society

PEO2

To use the advanced laboratory facilities to impart practical exposure, inculcate research and innovative culture amongst the young Engineers and prepare them to effectively solve pollutionrelated issues through economically viable and technically feasible eco friendly approaches

PEO3

To establish a healthy and continued relationship with the Alumni, industry and premier organizations forthe overall progressive development of the department in particular, and the Institution in general

Programme Outcomes (POs)

PO1

Understand and appreciate the basic concepts of science, mathematics, humanities and engineering

PO2

A clear understanding of pollution, sources, pollutants and their impacts on environmental compartments such as water, air, soil and ecosystems

PO3

Appreciate  symbiotic and synergic relationships in different ecosystems

PO4

Know and describe various processes and mechanisms influencing the fate and transport of pollutants in environmental compartments

PO5

Gain the knowledge of conceptualizing, designing, estimating and implementing various pollution control processes and mechanisms

PO6

Build – up skill of assessing impacts of developmental activities and to suggest an appropriate planningand management protocol

PO7

Apply scientific tools for reviewing, developing and validating mathematical, statistical, dynamic and physical models for pollutant dispersion and prediction

PO8

Develop problem solving, data interpretation and application skills for environmental pollution control

PO9

Have the understanding of computer aided application areas for devising appropriate and optimised solutions for a given environmental problem

PO10

Imbibe individual and team work culture, team spirit, research orientation through laboratory and project work

PO11

Refine technical report writing skill, communication skill, presentation and managerial skilland professional ethics through curricular and extra – curricular activities

PO12

Capacity building for resource conservation, waste minimization, pollution prevention and management considering financial implications.

Head of the department: Dr. K. S. Lokesh

Dr. K. S. Lokesh

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