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Head of the Department

Dr. G. Srinivasan,
HOD,
Department of Chemical Engineering.

Dr. G. Srinivasan is presently working as Professor and Head of Department of Chemical Engineering at Paavai Engineering College (Autonomous), Paavai Nagar, Pachal, Namakkal, Tamilnadu. He has been working with us since 2017. He has completed his B.Tech. Degree in Chemical Engineering from Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur, M.Tech. Degree in Industrial Biotechnology from Annamalai University, Chidambaram. In the year 2019, he has been awarded Ph.D. Doctoral Degree under the Faculty of Technology (Chemical Engineering) from Anna University, Chennai.

He has 21 years of vast experience in the academic and research field. He has published 5 papers in national journals and 8 papers in international journals. His research expertise includes Waste management, Biochemical Engineering, Mass Transfer and Modern Separation and Preservation Techniques. He has guided more than 41 undergraduate projects during his tenure. He is acting as a Reviewer for Journal of Bioscience, Technical committee member, and Question paper setter for Autonomous colleges. He has received grants of Rs.4,15,000/- from AICTE under AQIS for conducting STTP, Rs.80,000/- from the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), New Delhi, and Rs.1,00,000/- from ISTE-SRM University, Chennai. He has received grants of Rs.10,000/ and Rs.7,500/- from TNSCSTC for student’s project scheme and received a fund of Rs.25,000/- from FAER at Bangalore.

He has secured 9 patents in the fields of wastewater treatment process, solar energy conservation, and plants-based materials for drug delivery system. He has written a book on “Fundamentals of Corrosion Preventions and Economy” was under consideration for publication in PHI publishers, New Delhi. He is an Advisory Committee member for Department of Chemical Engineering, Sethu Institute of Technology, Virudhunagar. He is active Life member of various professional bodies like ISSE, ISTE, and IAENG.

 

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