What is the full form of CIPET ?

CIPET: Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology

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CIPET’s full form is the Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology.

CIPET is a technical institute run by the Government of India, which was established to provide technical knowledge to students in the field of plastics.

One or two branches of CIPET are running in almost all the states of the country, through which different types of courses related to plastic are also offered to local and outside students.

This institute, established to impart technical and skill education to the people, is proving to be of great use today.

CIPET has its head office in Guindy Chennai and its branches are spread all over the country.

This institute comes under the Department of Chemical and Petrochemicals, Government of India, which works under the Ministry of Chemical and Fertilizers.

As you can see, how much plastic is used in our life today and it is increasing every day, so Most of the students taking the course from CIPET get placement in good companies.

CIPET full form
CIPET full form

People in North India often call Diploma in Plastic Technology course as CIPET. Which is not correct. CIPET is the name of an institute or college run by the Government of India whereas Diploma in Plastic Technology is a course run within it.

If your interest is in any course related to plastic, then you must know everything about CIPET.

 

What are the courses inside CIPET?

  • DIPLOMA
  • ENGINEERING
  • MASTERS

What is the procedure for admission in CIPET?

For admission in CIPET you have to write the entrance exam for different courses, there is different entrance exam like diploma will have a separate entrance exam for in plastic technology and engineering will have a separate exam for plastic technology.

As you have been told, there are many types of courses under CIPET. The eligibility criterion is different for every course. Like, if you want to do a diploma (Diploma in Plastic technology), then you must pass the 10th.

similarly, if you want to do engineering(Plastic Engineering) then you will It is necessary to pass 12th and have a good percentage of it.

But a lot of skill development course is also available for youth in 8th standard, including 8th Any student studying up to can join directly

How many CIPET institutes are there in India?

At present, there are a total of 32 CIPET colleges in India, whose details are given below-

 

  • CIPET- CHENNAI
  • CIPET- HYDERABAD
  • CIPET- AMRITSAR
  • CIPET- IMPHAL
  • CIPET- BHOPAL
  • CIPET- MYSORE
  • CIPET- HAJIPUR
  • CIPET- GUWAHATI
  • CIPET- HALDIA
  • CIPET- BHUBANESWAR
  • CIPET- AURANGABAD
  • CIPET- JAIPUR
  • CIPET- MURTHAL
  • CIPET- MADURAI
  • CIPET- BALASORE
  • CIPET- VIJAYAWADA
  • CIPET- VALSAD
  • CIPET- BADDI
  • CIPET- GWALIOR
  • CIPET- CHANDRAPUR
  • CIPET- RANCHI
  • CIPET- AGARTALA
  • CIPET-DEHRADUN
  • CIPET- KOBRA

 

 Job after taking a course from CIPET- 

After doing different courses from CIPET, students are placed in different fields. Most of the children get placements in some companies related to plastic.

But apart from this, many students get jobs in the field of manufacturing, electrical field, and in other fields.

Your starting salary depends on which course you have done. If you have done a diploma course then you can get up to ₹ 10000 in the beginning and if you have done engineering, you can get from 25 to ₹ 30000 in the beginning.

 

CIPET’s contribution to India-

The CIPET Institute has supported India’s dream of skill development and hopes of advancing technology.

Much of the plastic field research has been done through CIPETs

For example, when the environment is suffering a lot of damage from plastics, it is being researched by this institute that plastic will be less harmful to the environment.

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