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What is the syllabus of PGD design and packaging?
There are four semesters. First semester comprises of science,basic engineering and introduction to packaging. Second semester is plastics in
packaging,food packaging, different types of materials used in packaging. Third semester is basic management and again packaging techniques. Fourth semester is industrial training organised by Iip where in you are given a project which you have to complete and present a project report.
Hopefully this will help you.
how can i get my admit card for the entrance
If you are taking about the competitive exams conducted by CBSE or NTA then you must have filled the exam form .
In which you would have got the I'd and password , this would help you to get the admit card through their website on whichever date they will release the result .
Hope this helps
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