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I am not sure I can put into words how approachable Sir is or how he helped me to re-think everything I thought about being a chemical engineer. Here's a cool thing about him - He will make sure you understand the concept and its application. He will reignite the fire within you of being a ChE. The key to success is right guidance especially when needed, I found my mentor in Sir.
My recommendation to every chemical engineering student for learning simulation is to attend his class whenever feasible, for it's an opportunity you shouldn't be missing.
I still remember attending his class for the first time and my first doubt. It was no surprise that the solution came spontaneously but what was more interesting was the way he approached the problem and explained it to us in a simplified and lucid manner. His class meant a lot for me as a beginner. If you wish to learn ABCs of simulation he is the one to learn from.
P.S. Beware of his wittiness.
Have you ever came across any great teacher whom you can approach without hesitation? or Have you ever came across someone who can teach modeling and simulation like it's a game? And not only that but with an in-depth explanation of all the why's and how's that you always wanted to know.
If you lack simulation skill and wish to learn, then you are at right place under his guidance. After attending his class you will not only learn the art but also master it and perhaps may start working independently.
He is a great teacher I have ever met and I bet you will have the same experience if somehow you attend his class.
Great at teaching. Sumit made learning simulation easy. Learning under such a good trainer was a part of history, until I met Sumit, as my simulation trainer. An opportunity shouldn't be missed if you are looking for learning simulation tools.
Simply SUPERB! Never thought things could turn out to be so simple. Many unanswered questions got an answer.
I consider myself fortunate to meet Sir, and I'm thankful to Asian Institute of Professional Training for having Sumit Sir, as one of their visiting faculty.
He is an architect of my career.
Initially, I was doubtful about attending his class but after the first session, I decided to go all-in for all his lecture. As a fresher, I was unaware of what industry looks for or how it works, but his sessions turned out to be stepping stone for my career and has sharpened my engineering skills to see at the process with a holistic approach.
Needless to say, he knows what a fresher seek from a trainer; He diligently gives his best to all his students.
I attended 10 days sessions on process simulation by Sumit Sir, as a part of my post grad diploma course at MITSkill's. I learned many things about simulation; While many things are still to be learned but the class was worth attending.
An expert at training process simulation, dedicated & always helping even at a personal level. Always ready to share knowledge, experience with others. He is not only good in giving training but also a great mentor, whose guidance have empowered me in my professional path.
In short, I will say really an admirable personality!
On a very rare occasion, you may come across someone who would explain in simple terms rather than confusing you.
And his teachings are meant to explain complex concepts in simple language with the perfect blend of day-to-day life examples and Industrial applications. That makes it easy and simple to grasp and apply, moreover giving you a confidence to work as a Professional.
Sumit got a different way altogether of explaining things, making complex concepts very simple to grasp. His words create visuals in minds as he speaks. I still remember how he simplified the concept of Heat Exchanger Network i.e Pinch Analysis.
Teaching at its best. Attended P&ID Workshop after completion of B.E from AISSMS College of Engineering, Pune, India. I'm grateful to Asrani Sir for his guidance and support because of which I'm now a Working Professional.
I attended Sir's lecture on modeling using MATLAB that helped me to complete my final year project smoothly. It started with fundamentals and slowly building upon the core of modeling, simulation, and optimization.