To obtain more information regarding the scope of a minor in ChE, the student may approach the DUGC of the chemical engineering department. Alternatively, typing "what is chemical engineering" in google leads to many departmental websites that provide a good introduction to the chemical engineering vocation. To obtain a minor in chemical engineering, a student should submit an application to the DUGC of ChE, preferably in their fourth semester so as to facilitate pre-registration of appropriate ChE minor courses from their fifth semester onwards. There are limited number of openings (about 10) for every batch and the selection is based on the CPI of the student. In case of a tie, the stream of the student and grades of specific courses will also be considered.

Following the acceptance by ChE department, the student should complete the following four courses to obtain the minor:

CHE251: Introduction to ChE and process calculations (offered in the odd semester, no prerequisites)

CHE261: Chemical Process Industries (offered in the even semester, no prerequisites)

CHE313: Mass transfer and its applications (offered in the odd semester,no prerequisites)

CHE331: Chemical Reaction Engineering (offered in the even semester, ESO202 is a prerequisite for this course)