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- Batch of Jan. 1, 2015
Good infrastructure with average placement
- Batch of Jan. 1, 2014
Questions related to Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology, Lucknow
is CIPET placements for Public sector company or corporation?
CIPET placements are for both public and private sector companies. Names include Reliance Industries, Napco Group of Companies, Reynolds, Inventa Technologies etc.
Is Stipend for CIPET Student for Pg Course without Gate?
I could not understand your question properly. What I understood was that you are asking about the placement and package scenario of the college. Highest package vary every year according to the cocmpanies.
Highest package till date is 9 lpa. Average package in 2018 was 3.6 lpa for Plastic Engineering.
Nowadays, many Placements accreditions have been awarded to CIPET so the chances are more.
Hope it helps you.
Is fees structure of MTech Plastic technology for CIPET Guindy?
The cipet for plastic technology is 20k for per semester and hostel is not included in fees
Hope above information is useful for you
My rank is 484 sc category, will you to get chance for CIPET guindy?
Below I am mentioning the cutoff marks for previous year's for different courses at CIPET, Chennai for SC category:
BE Plastic Technology 147 marks
BE Manufacturing Engineering 166 marks
BE Plastic Technology 169 marks
BE Manufacturing Engineering 162 marks
You can compare your marks with these cutoffs to get some idea about your admission.
You should also check their official website for more details-> https://www.cipet.gov.in/
Hi mg general rank is 481 tancet.... Mechanical engg....will get into ceg, mit or cipet?
See you have a decent rank in TANCET 2019. You might find it difficult to get into CEG with Mechanical Engineering there as the seats are filled first there. You have a chance in the other two but the trends change every year so be hopeful.
Good Luck !!
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