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Dr. N. J. Gawande

Dr. N. J. Gawande

Assistant Professor

Degree 

B.Sc. (Chemistry, Maths, Industrial Chemistry) 2000 RTMNU, Nagpur

M.Sc.(Analytical Chemistry) 2005  RTMNU, Nagpur

B.Ed. (Chemistry/Maths) 2002, RTMNU, Nagpur

Ph.D. 2017  RTMNU, Nagpur

 

Contact Details

Assistant Professor, Department of first Year, JD College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur.

Email: 

[email protected]

Phone:   +91-9284330080

About the Faculty

I am privileged to have a number of years of continuous teaching experience, at JDCOEM, one of the best prominent engineering college in Maharashtra, which has empowered me to advance a teaching philosophy of my own.

I be certain of that it is my responsibility as a faculty to developed students viewpoint ‘how to acquire the skillsets’ and not simply to convey the lecture study material. I likewiseconsider that a personal interaction is crucial for a good faculty – student relationship. Through the variety of our community replicating in our classroom, it is similarlyserious to classify ways to extent out to every individual.              

I am confident that the students must be treated with respect and dignity, also the classroom must be free from unnecessarystress and nervousness. Sincerity, decency and capability to preservehope are extremely conductive to fruitful learning. I have observed that, for degree students, it is mainlysignificant to getresponses about their recentreadiness and difficulties they face through learning in the novelscheme of, in order to schedule my lecture material.

Last but not least, I am attentive of my duties and tasks to support the status of the college I am employed for. As a faculty, I ‘motivate’ my students to implement Engineering as anapproach towards life and attempt to communicate sense of accountability towards the culture and our country.

Research

List of Papers Published

Journal Publication
1 Pelagia Research Library, Advance in Applied Science Research, 0976-8610, CODEN (USA) : AASRFC,3(3), (2010), 1836-1841 ‘Influence of Surface Characteristics of Adsorbent and Adsorbate on Competitive Adsorption Equilibrium’.
2 Asian Journal of Chemistry,0970-7077, Vol. 24(12), (2012), 5753-5755, ‘Evaluation of Coal Based Granular Activated Carbon for Removal of Manganese(II) from Wastewater’.
3 Pelagia Research Library Der ChemicaSinica, Evaluation of treatment strategies for removal of cobalt from aqueous solution,  2015, 6(4):23-28
4 International Journal Of Application Or Innovation In Engineering & Management, 2319-4847, 3(9), (2014), 145-151, Studies On Diffusion Approach Of Mn2+ Ions Onto Granular Activated Carbon, Impact Factor -3.115.
5 International Journal of Research In Pharmacy And Chemistry, 2231-2781, Vol.  4(3), (2014), 540-543, ‘Comparative Studies On The Capability And Behavior Of Adsorption Of Mn2+On Granular Activated Carbon’.
6 Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 551-556, 2015, 7(12), Kinetic models for the adsorption of cobalt from aqueous phase using granular activated carbon’

Conference Publication
1 Evaluation of Coal Based Granular Activated Carbon for Removal of Metal Ions From Wastewater” International Conference on Global Trends in Pure and Applied Chemical Science. Udaipur, India.
1 “Removal Of Manganese From Aqueous Phase Using Coal Based Adsorbents. ” in UGC Sponsored National Conference on Materials :Atom to Molecules.
2 “Utilization of Fly Ash In India – A Review” inNational Conference on  Eco Friendly Technologies in Chemistry & Industrial Chemistry For  Chemical Industry.

Other Works

Pre-Engineering Classes In-charge, Subject Coordinator

Courses

Courses in Current Semester (Sem-II, 2019-2020)

Class Hrs

Engineering Chemistry

·         Engineering Chemistry, P. C. Jain And Monika jain, Dhanpatrai Publishing Company Ltd., 15th Ed/ 2009

·         Nanotechnology A gentle Introduction to the Next big Idea, Mark Ratner, Daniel Ratner, Pearson, First/2017

Tuesday 4pm-5pm

Wenesday 4pm-5 pm

Friday 3pm-4 pm

 

List of On-Campus courses taught at JDCOEM

No. of Semesters Taught

Engineering Chemistry

2

Energy and Environmental Engineering

4