Application Process: 05 Oct, 2020 - 06 Oct, 2020
Exam Date: 27 Sep, 2020
Declaration of Result: 05 Oct, 2020
Chemical Engineering deals with the design, development of processes and operation of machines and plants through which the physical or chemical state of materials undergo various changes. Founded on the principles relating to chemistry, physics, and mathematics, Chemical Engineering finds application in process industries. BE/B.Tech in Chemical Engineering is a 4-year program. Developments in chemical practices have led to more advanced fields like Nanotechnology, Bio-Engineering, Bio-Molecular Engineering, Material processing etc. It finds global application in everyday life. Modern innovations like human genome project, genetic engineering, and DNA sequencing has changed the face how chemical engineering was earlier perceived. One can do an M.Tech in Chemical Engineering after BE/B.Tech.
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Based on our analysis and cut-off data
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Based on our analysis and cut-off data , you have some chances to get branches like Metallurgy , Food-Technology , Chemical in some low NIT's. Also you have some chances to get a seat based on your EWS category . For this you can check the branch wise cut-off for NIT's . Below is the link for that.
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Dear Aspirant,no subject is difficult if you are determined to study it. Chemical engineering is not a very difficult subject if you have interest in chemistry as a core subject. To prepare for future board exams or entrance exams you must focus on physics, chemistry and maths which ultimately will help you increase your chances of getting into a good college. If you want to check out the list of some best chemical engineering colleges in Pune go through this below link:
Based on 2019 cut off in round 7 you may have chances of getting seat in the following institutes in Chemical Engineering under EWS category (All India Quota), cut off rank is also given
But this is the cut off in 2019, cut off changes every year depending on number f candidates appeared, difficulty of exam and number of seats available.
You may predict the colleges in which you have chances of getting seat using our JEE Main college predictor
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