Institute of Technology

Prof. Nikita Kaumil Shah

Prof. Nikita Kaumil Shah


Total Experience 14 Year
Educational Qualification M. E. Chemical
Research Area Wastewater treatment, Advanced Oxidation Processes, Catalysis
General information
Designation Assistant Professor
Office Phone 07930642163
Cabin No A- 111
Email nikita.chokshi@nirmauni.ac.in

Prof. Nikita has completed her M.Tech. in Chemical Engineering from DDU University, Nadiad. She involved in teaching UG and PG courses in Chemical Department, IT, NU. She has presented papers in various national and international conferences. The projects guided by her received second prize in Outstanding Young Chemical Engineer Award. She is pursuing her Ph.D in the area of advanced oxidation processes for wastewater treatment. She is a life time member of prestigious organization like ISTE.


Current Activities : Pursuing PhD, Timetable coordinator, NITAA - coordinator of chemical department, Activities related to SETU magazine, Guiding UG and PG students
Experience
Teaching 14 Year 3 Month
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Contact
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Specialization
Specialization Areas Chemical Reaction Engineering, Wastewater treatments, Chemical Process Industries
Subject Taught UG Chemical Process Industries, Fluid Flow Operations, Solid Fluid Operations, Chemical Engineering Computations, Unit Processes, Chemical Reaction Engineering-I and II, Hydrocarbons Technology, Solid Waste Treatment Techniques
Subject Taught PG Occupational Health and Industrial Safety Management, Solid Waste Treatment and Management

Hobbies
Music, Singing, Travelling

Prof. Nikita Kaumil Shah - Achievements


TitleDescriptionAchieved On
SECOND PRIZE in Outstanding Young Chemical Engineers Award -2014 OYCE Under the guidance of Prof. Nikita Shah, B. Tech student awarded SECOND PRIZE in Outstanding Young Chemical Engineers Award - 2014 (OYCE) organized by IIChE at Mumbai, 8th March 2014. Pallav Shah, Vanila Mehta and Srishti Bhuwania secured second position in UG- Oral Category in the technical Paper presentation on " A BIO PLASTIC ALTERNATIVE: CASSAVA". March 2014

Prof. Nikita Kaumil Shah - Experience


Institute / OrganizationDesignationDuration
Vishvakarma Engineering college, ChandkhedaVisiting Faculty January 2005 To December 2005
Institute of Diploma Studies, NUVisiting Faculty August 2004 To December 2005

Prof. Nikita Kaumil Shah - Publication


 

Book Chapter

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
"Review on Waste Water Management Technologies"  Charotar Publishing House Pvt. Ltd 2014

International Conference

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
Catalytic Ozonation of Reactive Black 5 in Aqueous Solution over a La-Co-O 2321-2705  2016
Degradation of Reactive Black 5 Azo Dye Using Catalytic Ozonation with MgO 2321-2705RSISIII2015
Photocatalytic Ozonation for Treatment of Wastewater 2321-2705RSIS 2015
SHALE GAS- a PROMISING ALTERNATIVE    2013
"A Review on Energy production from the waste potato-Anaerobically"    2012
"Study on MAP process at laboratory scale for the removal of NH4-N"    2011
"A review on Recent Technologies Employed for Arsenic Removal from Waste Water"    2011
"Removal of NH4-N by struvite precipitation: A review and study on MAP process at laboratory scale"    2011
"Phenol Removal using Polymeric Adsorbent Based on Methyl Methacrylate and Divinyl benzene"    2010

International Journal

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
"SHALE GAS- FUTURE SCOPE & CHALLENGES" 2278 - 2540International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering Management &Applied Science.III2014

National Conference

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
The potential of PEM fuel cell for a new drinking water source 978-93-80358-90-1  2014
"An Overview of Nanotechnology in Waste Water Treatment" 978-93-80358-90-1  2014
"A Study on MAP and CAACO process for the treatment of waste water"    2012

Research Paper

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
"IGCC-CCS as a Long Term Mitigation Option"    2014

Prof. Nikita Kaumil Shah - Qualification


QualificationSpecializationUniversityPassing Year%Class
M.E. Chemical DDIT, Deemed University, Nadiad DDIT April 2004   

Prof. Nikita Kaumil Shah - Activity


Activity TypeActivity TitlePlaceDateFaculty Role
Orientation Programme Research Orientation Programme Nirma University22/06/2015Participant
State level Workshop Awareness on Biodiesel Production and Applications PDPU30/07/2013Participant
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Sustainable Development And Environmental Management Nirma University01/07/2013Participant
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Computational and Simulation in Chemical Engineering Nirma University02/07/2012Participant
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Resource Conservation through Process Design and Integration Nirma University27/06/2011Participant
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Challanges for faculty in Chemical Engineering to meet the need of Industry IIT, Bombay08/06/2010Participant
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Future Frontiers in Catalysis NIrma University Participant
Industrial Training Industrial Training at CETP, Vatva GIDC, Vatva Participant

Prof. Nikita Kaumil Shah - Project Guided


Project TitleDescriptionDuration
Design and Development of Photocatalytic Water Treatment Process for the Degradation of Wastewater Produced at Industrial Plants Waste water effluents from chemical industries containing toxic chemicals which are harmful to environment and bio-system. In this study photo catalytic degradation of toxic compounds has been studied using TiO2 as a catalyst. April 2014
Design and operation of a bench scale ethanol fermentation system Surplus agro residues like rice straw are abundantly available in our country. A part of it is used as animal feed while rest is burnt on the field itself in order to prepare the field for next cropping. These residues are a good substrate for production of second generation biofuels like ethanol and butanol. in this project, Developing an Integrated Process Technology for Conversion of Crop Residues into Ethanol and Methane for use as Transport Fuels at laboratory scale and than at the bench scale. May 2012

Prof. Nikita Kaumil Shah - PhD Students