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Chemical Engineering: Kyuki automobiles bahut hui!

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We Have seen so many automobile engineers that we took into our own hands to introduce you to something new today! Chemical engineering. Keep scrolling to know more!

1) A bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering is an undergraduate course of study.


2) Students who take this course spend a total of 4 years studying, and several entrance examinations at national and state levels must be passed along with 10+2 diplomas. This program covers a large amount of engineering theory and management skills over the course of eight terms.

3) B.E Chemical Engineering courses range in price from INR 2.5 to 9 Lacs on average.

4) There are a variety of entrance examinations held by universities and institutions across the country including, AIEEE, JEE, etc. Candidates must qualify for these examinations before being eligible to apply to universities across India.

5) A competent analytical and evaluative skill, as well as an understanding of data interpretation, is required. Candidates with new ideas that can be applied in different engineering and business fields are suitable for this course.

6) Upon completion of the program, graduates are open to pursuing jobs in the fields of biotechnology, aeronautics, pharmaceuticals, chemical plants, and paper/textile manufacturing.

7) Graduates usually earn between INR 50,000 and 9 Lacs per year, which is a range that can increase with experience and additional qualifications.

8) Colleges providing graduation in chemical engineering are

  • Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay
  • Birla Institute of Technology and Science 
  • Anna University – Chennai
  • Chandigarh University
  • Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology – Nagpur

9) List of entrance tests for applying 

  • AIEEE ( All India Engineering Entrance Examination)
  • JEE [Joint Entrance Examination] (for admission to IIT)
  • BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test)
  • AIME [Associate Membership of Institute of Engineers] (For working and diploma holders)
  • VITEEE [Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination]
  • MU OET (Manipal University Online Entrance Test)
  • SRMEE (SRM University Engineering Entrance Examination)

It was all about Chemical Engineering. Do post any further questions you have regarding it!

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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