CIPET Bhopal


Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology or CIPET Bhopal is maintained by Chemicals and Petrochemicals Department under Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers of Government of India. This institute operates as an autonomous educational organization in Bhopal. In this institute, the students get to learn every aspect related to plastic industry in India.

Among the colleges and institutes in Bhopal, CIPET is very popular among the students. This institute carries on training programs for students as well as processing, testing and designing. CIPET Bhopal also offers advisory and consultancy services. The institute has several other study centers in other states of India. These extension centers of CIPET Bhopal are well equipped and provide best of training to students, set according to the industrial standards.

Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology in Bhopal aims at providing man power to the plastic industries of India. With this aim in mind, the institute has arranged trainings that help to develop technical knowledge and utilize the inherent skills. It offers help to the entrepreneurship who are interested in setting up their own industries. This institute in Bhopal also helps in evaluating and setting up standards for testing plastic materials.

CIPET Bhopal has a number of courses to offer the students interested in pursuing a career in plastic industry. The institute has both short and long term courses. Students can take up post graduate courses for 2 years or post graduate diploma course for 1 year. There are several training courses that can be learnt for short time basis.

For further information regarding the courses conducted in this institute, candidates can contact:

Chief Manager (project)
CIPET
Sector "G" Govindpura Indusrtial Area
Bhopal - 462 023



Last Updated on 23 July 2012







     


     

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