Indian Plastics Institute (IPI) is the Association of Plastics professionals from industry, academics, and students established to pursue the following objectives:
Indian Plastics Institute is registered as Society (under Society Act 1860- Regn. No.333 dated 17.4.1985) in Mumbai and as a Public Trust in May 1985, as a successor to Plastics & Rubber Institute, London (Indian Section) which had started its educational activities in India in 1963. IPI has 15 Chapters spread all over India and 2 Overseas Chapters with more than 2,900 members
Under the aegis of IPI we have formed a regional chapter called Indian Plastics Institute, Kolkata Chapter. As a subsidiary body of IPI, we undertake activities detailed in the charter of the Indian Plastics Institute with a unique focus to concentrate on plastics related professionals and organizations in eastern India.
The Government of West Bengal set up an expert committee on December 31, 1998, under the Chairmanship of Ashesh Prasad Mitra, Eminent Scientist to explore the necessity and scope for establishment of an Engineering / Technology University in the state of West Bengal.
The University came into operation formally with the assumption of the office of the first Vice-Chancellor on January 15, 2001 as a sequel to the promulgation of THE WEST BENGAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2001, under West Bengal Act XV of 2000 passed by the West Bengal Legislature. The University started its academic programme, from July 16, 2001 following a Notification from the Department of Higher Education, Government of West Bengal dated June 15, 2001 through the affiliation of Engineering and Management Institutions / Colleges and has entered the eighth year of its functioning. The University is included in Section 2F and also in Section 12B of UGC and recipient of UGC Grant.
We are equal opportunity, affirmative action institution and do not distinguish on the basis of gender, caste, creed, and religion. The University wants to grow nurturing innovative / novel ideas that would touch all segments of the society especially the marginalized ones. We look at technology from a broad social perspective and are organizing postgraduate courses in basic and applied sciences. The University has introduced new courses in emerging areas to develop, enhance and higher education. We strive for optimum utilization of recourses and believe in unleashing individual initiative for entrepreneurial development without compromising the collective need.
The University is steadfast in its twin objectives:
To realize its mission of emerging as a Centre of Excellence the University has created three Schools of Studies viz. School of Engineering & Technology (SET), School of Biotechnology & Biological Sciences (SBTBS) and School of Management and Sciences (SOMS) comprising presently of five departments viz. Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Department of Industrial Engineering & Management, Department of Biotechnology, Department of Bioinformatics and Department of Management and Sciences.
The Schools formed in this University would function in the same style as the Schools in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. The Directors of the Schools ate taking steps to open up new departments in the Schools and the Departments are motivated to encourage inter-disciplinary research and teaching. All the departments enjoy full academic autonomy, and provide overall guidance in nurturing our ideas of development and help integrate disciplines to provide new focus. The SET offers B. Tech. in CSE and IT as well as M. Tech. in Software Engineering, M.E. in Computer Science & Engineering, M.E. in Information Technology, M. Tech. in Microelectronics and M. Tech. in Industrial Engineering & Management. The SBTBS offers M. Tech in Biotechnology (supported financially by Department of Biotechnology, Government of India), M. Tech. in Bioinformatics, Integrated Ph.D. Programme in Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Bioinformatics and Ph.D. programs in emerging areas. The University also offers an Integrated Ph.D. program in Physical Science and Chemical Science in collaboration with S. N. Bose Centre for Basic Sciences. The SOMS offers M. Phil in Management, Material Science and Glycobiology. SOMS has also initiated professional training courses in other countries for foreign students in collaboration with South Asian Management Technology (SAMT).
To achieve the status of a globally ranked premier University in the field of Science, Technology, Pharmacy, Architecture, Management and interdisciplinary areas for the creation of high-caliber professionals with environmental consciousness, social, moral and ethical values along with the competency to face the new challenges of rapid technological advancements.
The Course Is Designed To Meet The Requirements Of Plastics Industry Backed By Theoretical & Practical Training On Injection Moulding As Well As Film & Pipe Machines At The Institute.
|12th Std. Sc. or 12th Std. Sc. with ITI / NCVT Certificate||Or Minimum experience of 3 years in Plastic Industry as a Technician|
|Fees||Rs. 20,000 for the entire course duration|
|Tentative Faculty List||Faculty consists of highly qualified & experienced technocrats from the Industry and Academic Institutes / University|
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|Examination||Completion of Course|