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Name: Mumbai UICT 2012
Exam Full Name:: Mumbai University Institute of Chemical Technology Entrance Exam
Category: Engineering
Website: http://www.udct.org
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Mumbai UICT 2012

Description

The Mumbai University Institute of Chemical Technology, is India's premier chemical engineering and technology research institute. It is an institute dedicated to training and research in various branches of Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology, and Pharmacy. Over the last 77 years it has acquired the status of being a premier and renowned institute of Chemical Technology in the country.
The ICT was founded in 1933 as a Bombay University Department of Chemical Technology (known worldwide as UDCT) by the explicit desire and money of industrialists and philanthropists, to cater to the requirements of the Chemical Industry. Thus, since its very inception, it has maintained strong links with the Chemical Industry. The ICT has maintained it's academic excellence over the past 77 years and is ranked amongst the best colleges in India.
Campus:-
It enjoys a unique and prominent place amongst the premier institutes that are engaged in education, training and research in the field of Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology and Pharmacy in India.Located in central Mumbai over a lush green campus of 16 acres, the MUICT has a built-up area of 33000 m2 including classrooms, laboratories and hostels.Located in central Mumbai over a lush green campus of 16 acres, the MUICT has a built-up area of 33000 m2 including classrooms, laboratories and hostels.

Exam Level

University/college level exam

Contact Information

Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (B. Chemical Engineering)
Duration: 4 years.
Eligibility:1st division in Higher Secondary Examination


Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech)
Duration: 4 years.
Eligibility: Candidate should score 60% marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics in the Higher Secondary Examination from a recognized board.

Bachelors in Pharmaceutical Science:
Duration: 4 years.
Eligibility: Candidate will have to secure 50% in higher secondary from a recognized board.


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