International Institute of Management & Engineering

P G Diploma in Techniques in Chemical Industry (PGDTICI)

International Institute of Management & Engineering

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Typology Postgraduate
Methodology Online
Duration 1 Year
Start Different dates available
Online campus Yes
  • Postgraduate
  • Online
  • Duration:
    1 Year
  • Start:
    Different dates available
  • Online campus

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.

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· 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.

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· Qualification


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What you'll learn on the course

Chemical Industry
Project Finance
Project Management
IT Management
Technology Management
IT industry
Safety laws

Course programme

Following are main subject headings with suggested L/P ratio in bracket: 1. Chemical Technology Management, (70:30) 2. Product/Process Design and Development, (60:40) 3. Finance Management, (60:40) 4. Marketing management, (70:30) 5. Intellectual Property Rights and other laws,(70:30) 6. Communication, (30:70) 7. Human Resources Development, (60:40) 8. Project Management, (70:30) 9. Team and Organization Management, (30:70) It is expected that in practicing hours, its faculty is present to guide in the assignments or case studies. The computer facility is to be arranged so that the work can be done by students at any time and not to have to borrow their section PC’s. There may not be “sit-and-write” examinations in subjects where practice forms more than 50% of the course, e.g. Communication and Team & Organization Management (TOM). The students are to be judged and evaluated or graded as per the quality of assignments, presentation etc. for these courses. The case studies / assignments are to be documented for course assessment and revision. The details of the course and its spread over the semesters are given in Appendices A and B. The Appendix C deals with the Examination regulations. 4. Course Admissions Minimum qualification for admission is Post-graduate degree in Chemical Technology (all branches), Engineering, Sciences, Pharmacy, Mathematics and any other equivalent course. All candidates except sponsored candidates from industry must have been registered for Ph.D. degree. Total admissions every year will be 30 students as explained below: A) Research scholars from ICT registered for Ph.D. in any of the above subjects. = 10 B) Research scholars from Institutes other than ICT, registered for Ph.D. in above subjects = 10 C) Persons working in Industry for not less than 3 years with minimum qualification as ab