B.Sc in Industrial Chemistry at MIT-WPU is a 4 years undergraduate degree programme that aligns with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. This degree provides students with a strong foundation in the principles and practices of Industrial Chemistry. The programme covers various topics, including chemical reactions, analytical techniques, chemical thermodynamics, and chemical kinetics, among others.
Students in this programme learn about the various industrial processes involved in the production of chemicals and materials, and how these processes can be optimized to improve efficiency and reduce waste. They also learn about the safety measures and regulations that are in place to protect workers and the environment.
In addition to coursework, the programme also include laboratory work, field trips, and various hands-on learning opportunities. These experiences provide students with valuable practical skills and allow them to apply what they have learned in a real-world setting. Mandatory three-month industrial internship as well as a six-month research project for third- and fourth-year students helps them learn the nuances of corporates and industry in the real world setting.
Upon graduation, students with a B.Sc in Industrial Chemistry are well-prepared to enter the workforce as chemists, laboratory technicians, or research assistants in a variety of industries, including chemical manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and environmental consulting, among others. With more that 250 collaborations that the university has with different international institutions, students may also choose to continue their education by pursuing advanced degrees in chemistry or related fields.
|Scholarship Name||Xth Score||XII Score|
|Dr. Vishwanath Karad Scholarship (100%)||92 & Above||85 & Above|
|MIT-WPU Scholarship I (50%)||90 & Above||83 & Above|
|MIT-WPU Scholarship II (25%)||88 & Above||81 & Above|
Note: Student will have to qualify both the criteria i.e. Xth Aggregate Score and XIIth Aggregate Score for availing the scholarship
Minimum 50% aggregate score in 10+2/Class 12th or in equivalent examination in science stream, with English subject (at least 45% marks, in case of Reserved Class category candidate belonging to Maharashtra State only)
Minimum 55% aggregate score in any Engineering Diploma from Any UGC approved University
The selection process for B.Sc. Chemistry and B.Sc. Physics programmes is based on MIT-WPU CET Personal Interaction (PI) for eligible candidates.
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