Master in Chemical Engineering (M. Chem. Engg.)
Mumbai University Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai (MUICT-M) Mumbai

Type: Masters Degree

Category: Science, Engineering & Bio Technology

Sub Category: Chemical Engineering

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About Master in Chemical Engineering (M. Chem. Engg.) Course

Here are the details of Master in Chemical Engineering (M. Chem. Engg.) Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.

Duration:- 2 Years

Eligibility:- BE/ BTech Chemical Engineering

Criteria:- Pass GATE Exam


 


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About the College

Institute of Chemical Technology is the best engineering institute not only in Mumbai but also in the country. Students from various parts of the country pursue their engineering course from this institute. As it has students from various parts of the country students get a great opportunity to exchange thoughts and idea at national level. The institute was established in the year 1933 by the Mumbai University with a view to impart education in the field of engineering. Since then it has developed itself to such an extent that it has got international reputation which best for the development of the students. The institute is affiliated to Mumbai University and is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. The college is easily accessible from all the major railway station of Mumbai viz; Dadar, Matunga, King Circle and Wadala.

 

NIRF Ranking 2017 -

Engineering - 14

Overall - 41

 

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University of Mumbai, Matunga,&nbsp Mumbai-400019. (India). Tel :  91  22  24145616/19/26/29/31. Fax No:  91  22  24145614

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Ans : Maulik, u can do engineering in any stream but the scores should be a minimum of 60%. But preferred streams would be electronics or computer science to pursue your ME or M.Tech in Nano technology.

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  • Sir, I have completed my B.E.in Chemical Engineering from Mumbai University, wich is nt a much preferred branch.i m nt much aware of its job prospects. What can/should i do further? Posted By : RADHIKA, on 22-06-2012 11:28:06
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