Institute of Chemical Technology Admission to B.Chem. Engg, M.Chem. Engg, Ph.D. & PG Diploma

Name of Institute / University

Institute of Chemical Technology

Courses Offered

1. Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (B. Chem. Engg.)

2. Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.)

3. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm.)

4. Master’s Degree Programmes:

Master of Chemical Engineering (M.Chem. Engg.)
Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm)
Master of Technology (M.Tech)
Master of Technology (M.Tech) (Bio-Process Technology)
Master of Technology (M.Tech) (Food Biotechnology)
Master of Technology (M.Tech) (Perfumery and Flavour Technology)
Master of Engineering (Plastic Engineering) - M.E. (Plastic Engg.)

5. Ph.D. (Tech.) (Regular and integrated for Bachelors in Chem. Eng or Tech)

6. Ph.D. (Sci.) (in all disciplines, conducting research in all engineering/ technology depts).

7. Post Graduate Diploma in Chemical Technology Management (Part time 2 year Course for Ph.D. registered students and industry personnel) starts in January, 2011

Eligibility

For Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (B. Chem. Engg.) & Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.):

The Candidate should have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC/Std. XII) Examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, or its equivalent examination with English, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics subjects and secured not less than 50% marks (i. e., 150 out of 300) [45% marks (i.e. 135 out of 300) for the backward class candidates only from Maharashtra state] in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together at one and the same sitting. OR

The candidate should have passed the Indian school Certificate (Std. XII) Examination or any other equivalent Higher Secondary (Std. XII) Examination of a Council Board outside Maharashtra State with English, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics subjects and secured not less than 50% marks (150 out of 300) [45% marks (i.e. 135 out of 300) for the backward class candidates only from Maharashtra state] in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together at one and the same sitting AND

For AIEEE based seats:
Fresh AIEEE- Score with non-zero score (e-statement may be submitted instead of attested Xerox of the original, if Original score card is not received by the last date of submission of application form at the ICT). However, at the time of counselling round at the ICT, original Score Card must be submitted, failing which, seat may not be offered even to the eligible candidate.

For MHT–CET based seats:
Fresh MHT-CET Score with minimum 55% marks i.e. 110 marks out of 200 marks (minimum 50% marks i.e. 100 marks out of 200 marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories belonging to Maharashtra state only) in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at the MHT-CET.

For Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm.):

Candidate should have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC/Std. XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subject English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Mathematics AND secured not less than 50% marks (i.e. 150 out of 300) [45% marks (i.e. 135 out of 300) in case of candidates of Backward class categories belonging only to Maharashtra State] in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics added together (Maximum of marks obtained in Biology or Mathematics shall be considered for the purpose of addition ) AND obtained a non zero score at Fresh MHT-CET.

For Diploma Holders for admission to B.Pharm Course:

Diploma holders who have passed the Diploma course in Pharmacy with minimum of 50% marks and medium of instruction as English from the Polytechnics affiliated to Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra State or AICTE approved autonomous Polytechnics in Maharashtra State (for Maharashtra State Candidates) or such polytechnics situated inside / outside the State of Maharashtra (for Outside Maharashtra State Candidates). AND


The candidates who have passed the final examination leading to the Diploma in pharmacy conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra State or equivalent examination from an Institute approved by the Pharmacy Council of India and with a minimum first class (60%, i.e., 600 out of 1000 at part II examination for the Diploma in Pharmacy) as per ER-91 (i.e. Post H.S.C. 2 year Diploma Course) be held eligible for admission to S.Y.B. Pharm. Class (Subject to the availability of seats.)

How To Apply

Forms along with prospectus will be available from 21st April, 2010.

Contact Details

Tel: 022 – 3361 1111 / 2222
Fax: 022 – 3361 1020
Website: http://www.udct.org

Note

Last date for submission of form:

For Under Graduate Courses: 21st May, 2010

For Master’s & Doctoral Programmes: 15th June, 2010

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