Students from Civil Engineering looking to develop their skills in an extremely potential sector of Building construction can enrol into this comprehensive course delivered through live virtual classrooms by Alok Gupta on the Importance of Using Construction Chemicals.
Present-day construction has undergone big changes as compared to few decades ago. The speed of construction has gone up drastically, leading to defects in construction. There is large amount of money that must be spent on rectification. The problems are being minimized using chemicals. Unfortunately, not many civil engineering explore this area or develop expertise in this high-in-demand sector. In this course, students will be introduced to chemicals being used in construction and to a number of common problems faced during construction and how to solve them using chemicals.
After the 4 week training starting July 6th, the students will also engage in complete Guided Project work (as a part of their academic requirement) August onward which will be mentored by the instructor. Students will receive the certification at the end of this program.
Alok Gupta profile:
Name : Dr. Alok Kumar
Education : B Tech from IIT Delhi, Ph.D. from University of Washington, Seattle in Organic Chemistry in 1990. Worked in Pennsylvania State University as Post-Doctoral Fellow in Polymer Science Department for 2 years
Work Experience: Worked in ICI India Ltd. in Research and Development for 9 years.
Worked as Marketing Director in Laffans Petrochemicals Ltd. for 4 years.
Started PAR Specialty Polymers Pvt. Ltd. in 2005. Developed the construction chemical products
Currently Managing Director of Par Specialty Polymers Pvt. Ltd.
Who can apply?
This course is eligible for undergraduate Civil Engineering students (B.E.) from final year.
For any queries regarding the training, contact email@example.com
|What you'll learn|
|Importance of Construction Chemicals in present day construction||05:42:00|
|Products for Repair of Old Structures||05:42:00|
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