JRD Global EDU

P G Diploma Techniques in Chemical Industry (PGDTICI)

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Important information

Typology Post Graduate Diploma
Methodology Online
Duration 1 Year
Start Different dates available
Online campus Yes
  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Online
  • Duration:
    1 Year
  • Start:
    Different dates available
  • Online campus
Description

The chemical industry comprises the companies that produce industrial chemicals. Central to the modern world economy, it converts raw materials (oil, natural gas, air, water, metals, and minerals) into more than 70,000 different products.

The plastics industry contains some overlap, as most chemical companies produce plastic as well as other chemicals.

Facilities (1)
Where and when
Starts Location
Different dates available
Online
Starts Different dates available
Location
Online

To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

The origin of the course lies in the observation that the Ph.D. scholars must not restrict themselves to R&D work in industry or academic institutes but should convert innovations into a commercial success. In fact, Ph.D.’s have provided leadership in technology management and entrepreneurship in the other developed countries. Two excellent examples are Jack Welch of GE and Andy Grove of Intel - both Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. With the growing emphasis of the private sector Indian and overseas industry and also various initiatives by the Government of India on technology development, implementation and its business management, the demand for such trained personnel with strong research background will increase exponentially. Knowledge and understanding of commercial aspects will accelerate technological growth.

· Who is it intended for?

GRADUATION PASSED

· Qualification

GRADUATION PASSED

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What you'll learn on the course

Project
Communication
IT Management
Finance
IT Industry
Technology
Management
Natural Gas
AIR
Water

Teachers and trainers (1)

SNEHA SHARMA
SNEHA SHARMA
COUNSELOR

Course programme

Spread of Syllabus over the Semesters Course Contents Contact Hours Marks CREDITS Hrs-L/P Hrs-Exam SEMESTER I 1. Technology Management 12 / 6 2 50 3 2. Marketing 12 / 6 2 50 3 3. Project Management 9 / 6 2 50 3 4. Communication 6 / 9 - 50 3 5. IPR + & Laws 9 / 6 2 50 3 6. TOM* 6 / 9 - 50 3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Sub Total 54/42 8 300 18 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SEMESTER II 1. Product D&D # 11 / 7 2 50 3 2. Finance 12 / 6 2 50 3 3. HRD 9 / 6 2 50 3 4. Communication 3 / 3 Included in TOM - 5. TOM* 3 / 6 - 50 3 6. Marketing 9 / 6 2 50 3 7. Technology 9 / 6 2 50 3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Sub Total 56/40 10 300 18 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SEMESTER III 1. Product D&D # 11 / 7 2 50 3 2. Project Finance 12 / 6 2 50 3 3. HRD 9 / 6 2 50 3 4. Safety Laws 9 / 6 2 50 3 5. Finance 9 / 6 2 50 3 6. Communication 3 / 6 Included in TOM - 7. TOM* 3 / 3 - 50 3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Sub Total 56/40 10 300 18 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ + IPR: Intellectual Property Rights # Product D&D: Product Design and Development * TOM: Team and Organization Management Out of 50 marks for each subject, 20 marks are for internal assessment and 30 marks are for the final examination. Semester IV: Project The Project work deals with a real life assignment from and in association with ICT, CSIR and industrial laboratories. It may be related to technology development, application etc. and will include preliminary feasibility report/technology marketing report.  The topics will be given by Faculty members but the course coordinators will select the same.  The candidate will be supervised by one or two Faculty members (inclusive of all previous three semesters). In the case of sponsored candidate one of the supervisors may be from hi s establishment (Industry/Institute/Laboratory) and the other from teaching Faculty. Each Supervisor can have maximum 5 candidates.  At the end of the assignment, the candidate shall submit two spiraled bound hard copies and one soft copy in the PDF format (CD). There will be oral examination which will include presentation by the candidate at a notified date.  The evaluation will be on following lines: Marks for continuous assessment during the semester to be given by the supervisor (s) ----------------------------------------- 50 Marks for the report after the assessment by the examiners (Other than the supervisor) ---------------------------------------------- 100 Marks for the oral examination (Supervisor and one / two External examiners) ---------------------- 50