Eligibility criteria and selection into chemical engineering

What are the eligibility criteria to become Chemical engineer?

Chemical engineering requires the following eligibility criteria:

o Graduate degree is required to qualify as chemical engineer it can be B.E or B.Tech.

o Post-graduation degree (M.E.) in chemical engineering

o Diploma courses can also be used to become chemical engineers but they should have diploma course in the field of physics, chemistry and mathematics.

o BE / B.Tech is 10+2 or equivalent examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

What are the different selection criteria for students to get a seat for chemical engineering?

o BE/B.Tech programmes consists of different academic curriculum and it consists of subjects like Industrial chemistry, Polymer Technology and processing, etc. To get selected in

graduation courses like B.E/B.Tech, student’s 10+2 marks and performance is seen and on the basis of merit they become eligible for the course of chemical engineering.

o The other criteria for the selection are to pass the competitive exams like IIT’s JEE or AIEEE (All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination) or other exams related to the
course or the degree.

o There are programs of distance education and the graduation degree can be obtained by clarifying the exam of AMIE (Associate membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers).

This examination allows people doing job or part time to attain the degree.
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