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Are you aspiring to make a career in the chemical domain? Wondering how to go about it? Check out this page for information describing what chemical is all about and the relevant career options in this field. Read further to know whether it is worth taking up a course in this stream.

Course overview

With the large number of industries already existing across the country there is an inherent demand for chemical engineering in India. Chemical is one of the traditional disciplines and is concerned with designing chemical processes to transform material to substances or energy and transport material in chemical, pharmaceutical, petroleum, oil and natural gas, and electronic industries. If you have loved the subject of Chemistry in school or college, enjoyed playing with chemical formulae and equations then this probably may be the right career choice for you.


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Chemical Courses

Click on a course name below to find the list of colleges offering Chemical courses for 2019 - 2020 academic year. Also, find admission announcements and application form to download and apply for Chemical course.

  1. A.M.I.E Chemical Engineering
  2. A.M.I.I.Ch.E Chemical Engineering
  3. B.E Chemical Engineering
  4. B.E Engineering Chemistry
  5. B.E Petrochemical Engineering
  6. B.Sc Chemical Technology
  7. B.Sc Chemistry (Hons)
  8. B.Sc in Biotechnology, Botany, Chemistry
  9. B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry
  10. B.Tech Bio-chemical Engineering
  11. B.Tech Chemical and Electrochemical Engineering
  12. B.Tech Chemical Engineering
  13. B.Tech Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
  14. B.Tech Chemical Science and Technology
  15. B.Tech Chemical Technology
  16. B.Tech Oils, Oleochemicals and Surfactants Technol
  17. B.Tech Paint Technology
  18. B.Tech Petrochemical Engineering
  19. B.Tech Petroleum Engineering
  20. B.Tech Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals Engineering
  21. B.Tech Petroleum Technology
  22. B.Tech Pharmaceutical Technology
  23. B.Tech Pharmaceuticals Chemistry and Technology
  24. B.Tech Polymer Engineering and Technology
  25. B.Tech Polymer Science & Rubber Technology
  26. B.Tech Rubber and Plastic Technology
  27. B.Tech Surface Coating Technology
  28. B.Tech. Plastic Engineering
  29. Bachelor of Engineering Chemical Engineering
  30. Bachelor of Technology Chemical Engineering
  31. BE Chemical
  32. Certification Electroplater
  33. Diploma Chemical Engineering
  34. Diploma Chemical Technology
  35. Diploma Metallurgical Engineering
  36. Diploma Textile Chemistry
  37. Graduate Diploma in Chemical Engineering (GDCE)
  38. Integrated M.Sc., Chemistry
  39. M Tech Chemical
  40. M.Phil Chemistry
  41. M.Phil Organic Chemistry
  42. M.Sc Analytical Chemistry
  43. M.Sc Applied Chemistry
  44. M.Sc Bioelectronics and Biosensors
  45. M.Sc Chemical Oceanography
  46. M.Sc Electro Chemistry
  47. M.Sc Industrial Chemistry
  48. M.Sc Inorganic Chemistry
  49. M.Sc Organic Chemistry
  50. M.Sc Physical Chemistry
  51. M.Sc Polymer Chemistry
  52. M.Sc. Textile Chemistry
  53. M.Tech Chemical engineering
  54. M.Tech Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals Engineering
  55. ME Chemical
  56. MS Chemical Physics
  57. MS Chemistry
  58. MS Metallurgy
  59. P.G. Diploma in Cheminformatics
  60. Ph.D Chemical Engineering
  61. Ph.D Chemical Technology
  62. Ph.D Chemistry
  63. Ph.D Medicinal Chemistry
  64. Post Graduate Diploma Chemical Engineering (PGDCE)

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Government and private colleges offers courses leading to UG, PG and doctoral degrees in Chemical apart from short term certificate courses in specific niche areas of chemical. You can lookout for the following subjects in case you are planning to study chemical: basic sciences, material and energy, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, kinetics, energy and mass transfer, chemical reactions, reactor design, process design etc. These courses are geared to provide a qualitative and quantitative understanding of the underlying engineering and scientific aspects of chemical materials and processes.

After completing studies a chemical graduate is capable of applying the technical knowledge, communication and teamwork skills, practical and hands on skills in the work environment. What does a chemical graduate do? These graduates may be involved in creating new materials with innovative electrical, optical, physical and mechanical properties or they may be involved in designing production facilities where microorganisms and enzymes to synthesize new drugs. While on the environmental front, the graduate may develop processes like catalytic conversion or effluent treatment to deactivate the harmful impact to the environment. Overall every chemical graduate needs to obey all the safety related ground rules for themselves and for others around them.

Jobs are available in chemical, energy, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, petrochemical electronic fabrication, biotechnology industries, environmental engineering, food and beverages, oil refineries, power generation, agrochemicals, fine and heavy chemicals, pulp and paper, plastic and metals, toiletries, fibres and polymers, healthcare, to name a few. Jobs are available in the government or private sector and also as contractors or consultants. The job profiles in the above mentioned industries include chemical engineer, chemist, analytical chemist, energy manager, manufacturing engineer, mining engineer, materials engineer, quality manager, production manager, energy engineer, petroleum engineer etc.

Overall the career in chemical is geared towards working hand in hand with the processes of nature to meet the day to day and the future needs to society. If you choose a career in chemical, be assured that you will definitely get gratification since you will be deeply involved in meeting the needs to society.