B.TECH/M.TECH (DUAL DEGREE) CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

BHARTI VIDYAPEETH’S INSITITUTE OF COMPUTER APPLICATION & MGT
In New Delhi

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  • Bachelor
  • New delhi
  • Duration:
    6 Years
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New Delhi
A-4, PASCHIM VIHAR, NEW DELHI, 110063, Delhi, India
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B.TECH/M.TECH (DUAL DEGREE) CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

Overall, job opportunities in engineering are expected to be good, but will vary according to the specialization of the individual. Chemical Technology involves the individual's capacity to work in the field of formulating and managing chemical based processes at entities involved in this field. The work also involves formulating ways and methods that can provide a cheaper and better volumes of various commodities that involve chemical processes. Although, it may sound like that the profession involves that the chemical engineer is supposed to get into making new chemicals and other such materials, it is just the opposite of that. Chemical Engineers are responsible for almost everything that the other branches of engineering and science develop and formulate. It is considered to be the complete branch of engineering containing all the aspects of all other fields of engineering.


Future Prospects:
Chemical Technology presents a variety of opportunities for students. The work profile might involve managing and formulating chemical processes that can provide better volumes at cheaper costs.


Who should go for it:
Chemical technology promises to throw all the possible challenges a person may not be able to handle at once. So this field is not for the people who think they might just get to change their field in case they do not get adapted to it. This is meant for the people with a strong resolve to carry on in the face of failure as a lot depends on a chemical engineer in order to make a lot more things than just chemical equations to work.


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