Fees Structure and Courses of Institute of Chemical Technology, [ICT] Mumbai

 Nathalal Parekh Marg, Matunga
 Approved By UGC, NBA

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Engineering Rank
19

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Facilities :

Computer labs Sports Gym Medical Cafeteria Laboratory Library Auditorium Hostel


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UGC , NBA


Reservation :

General 46% OBC 19% SC 13% ST 7% NRI 15%


Faculty :

Dr. Dr. R.A. Mashelkar Chancellor

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 Courses and Fee Structure

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  • Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Plastic and Polymer Engineering) Rs. 7,12,000

  • Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Dyestuff and Intermediates Technology) Rs. 7,12,000

  • Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Oleo chemicals and Surfactants Technology) Rs. 7,12,000

  • Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Fibers and Textiles Processing Technology) Rs. 7,12,000

  • Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Surface Coating Technology) Rs. 7,12,000

  • Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Food Engineering) Rs. 7,12,000
  • Master of Engineering [ME] (Plastic Engineering) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Dyestuff Technology) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Fibers and Textile Processing Technology) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Food Biotechnology) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Pharmaceutical Technology) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Surface Coating Technology) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Perfumery and Flavour Technology) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Food Engineering) Rs. 1,87,000
  • Master of Chemical Engineering Rs. 1,87,000
  • Bachelor of Chemical Engineering Rs. 7,12,000
  • Ph.D. (Civil Engineering) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Bioprocess Technology) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Dyestuff Technology) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Food Biotechnology) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Nanotechnology) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Plastic Engineering) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Green Technology) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Surface Coating Technology) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Electronics Engineering) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Perfumery and Flavour Technology) Rs. 8,247

  • Ph.D. (Oleo chemicals and Surfactants Technology) Rs. 8,247
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  • Ph.D. (Biochemistry) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D. (Chemistry) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D. (Mathematics) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D. (Food Science and Nutrition) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D. (Biotechnology) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D. (Physics) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D. (Polymer Science & Technology) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D. (Textile Chemistry) Rs. 8,250
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Textile Processing Get Fees
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  • Master of Pharmacy [M.Pharm] (Medicinal Natural Products) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Pharmacy [M.Pharm] (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) Rs. 1,87,000

  • Master of Pharmacy [M.Pharm] (Pharmaceutics) Rs. 1,87,000
  • Ph.D. (Pharmacognosy) Rs. 8,250
  • Ph.D. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D. (Pharmacy) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D. (Pharmacology) Rs. 8,250

  • Ph.D (Pharmaceutical Technology) Rs. 8,250
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    Arkasubhro B. Tech. (Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology), batch of 2016
    20 Sep 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The course fee is around Rs 50,000 per year, the course fees are comparatively a lot less than most IITs, and private colleges and are very affordable meaning that educational loans are almost not needed.
    • For the economically challenged and reserved categories, the college provides fees concessions as well as five or six yearly scholarships to all students eligible to apply.
    • Besides these, there are three open merit scholarships available for all students.
    • No loans are required
    B.E., batch of 2017
    28 Jun 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • Fees:
    • INR 53,411/year for general category. Even lesser for reserved categories.

     

    • Location:
    • Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT) is located in central Mumbai. It is pretty accessible from Dadar (W.Rly.), King’s Circle and Wadala on Harbour Rly. and Matunga (C.Rly.) stations. Also bus stops are at a walking distance. Being one of the oldest insitutes in the city, its popularity is fantastic and thus finding the college is never a painstaking task.
    Raju B.Tech (Textile), batch of 2019
    19 Jan 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • My fee is Rs 30000 per year for tuition and Rs 45000 per year for college hostel and mess.
    • There are various types of scholarships like alumini scholarship and trust,samaj Kalyan and central government.
    • Nearly 30students getting scholarship per year.
    • I also want education loan for my studies, college have tie up with central level banks.
    AAMIR B.Tech(Dyestuff Technology), batch of 2018
    10 Nov 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • MY COURSE FEE IS RS 41869 PER YEAR AS I AM A TFWS STUDENT. FOR GENERAL IT IS RS 41869+15000 PER YEAR.
    • THERE ARE A LOT OF SCHOLARSHIPS, ALSO IT IS PROVIDED BY THE INSTITUTE ITSELF 
    • SCHOLARSHIPS DEPENDS ON HOW MANY HAVE APPLIED 
    • THE LOANS ARE ALSO PROVIDED BY INSTITUTE 
    Abhijeet B.E (Chemical), batch of 2018
    18 Nov 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • Rs. 58,000 /- per year is the tution fee and all other fees.
    • No type of scholarship is available being general category student.
    • Around 25 Nos. of student from my class are getting scholarship
    • No loan required.

     

     

    Apurva B.Tech (Textile), batch of 2019
    18 Nov 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • Fees is Rs 64000 Per year.
    • There are numerous scholarship available and many people getting scholarship and are benefitted.
    • Yes there are many loan assistance available
    Abusaif B.E (Chemical), batch of 2019
    18 Nov 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • Fees is INR 48,343 per year plus we have other expenses
    • Very few scholarships are available
    • 1 in 40 students get scholarships
    • No, loans are not needed.
    Samruddhi B.Tech (Textile), batch of 2019
    17 Nov 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • My course fee is Rs 64,000 per year.
    • There are many scholarships available.
    • Loan are available to category students but sadly very few for open cateogry students.
    Kaustabh B.E (Chemical), batch of 2017
    13 Jan 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • Course fees are generally Rs 55,000 per year and decreasesas you progress.
    • Many merit and merit cum means awards are available to students.
    • Loans are not needed.
    Hardik B.E (Chemical), batch of 2017
    08 Oct 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The course Fees is about Rs.53000 per year.
    • There are many scholarships available. 
    • The scholarship is also available for Backward class student.
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    The Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT) Mumbai was established as the Department of Chemical Technology on 1st October, 1933 by the University of Mumbai, through active support of industries and philanthropists. The Institute was most popularly known as UDCT, Mumbai. Research has been an integral part of ICT since its inception and it has created over 500 first generation entrepreneurs. The UDCT grew significantly in stature and was granted autonomy under UGC regulations by the University of Mumbai and further converted in to an Institute on 26th January, 2002. Under the World Bank TEQIP programme, the Maharashtra government granted it full autonomy in June 2004. Due to the recommendations of the Government of Maharashtra and University of Mumbai, the ICT was granted Deemed University Status by the MHRD on 12th September, 2008, with all provisions of the UGC for funding and support as the state owned deemed university.

    The ICT has brought kudos to India, despite being at a disadvantaged position with reference to other technological institutes of national importance, particularly the IITS, IISc, ISERS, NISERs and Central Universities. Its stellar performance is reflected in the following:

    • The MHRD had evaluated all deemed universities in the country in 2009 and granted “A” grade to 38 universities among 135 deemed universities. The ICT is rated as Number One Deemed University with “A” grade. It is the only one among 4 in Maharashtra State, the other 3 being centrally funded TIFR, TISS and CIFE.
    • The ICT has also been rated as Number One Institute by NPIU among 127 TEQIP funded Institutes, all over India, in October, 2010.
    • Biospectrum magazine in August 2010 has also rated ICT’s programme as Number One among all biotechnology programmes in the country and the first prize was bestowed on 17th December at Bangalore.
    • A survey was published by Professor Jude Sommerfeld of Georgia Tech., USA in January 2011 showing that the ICT is Number One Institute in India far ahead of several others including IITs, and it is also in top 10 in the world in Chemical Engineering. This rank has been maintained since 1970s.
    • Very recently the UGC decided to recognize faculty who has supervised as single guides at least 15 Ph.Ds. The ICT has a record of 11 faculty who qualified for special grants. The Director (Vice Chancellor) Professor G. D. Yadav is the topmost among all academics with supervision of 61 Ph.Ds. and 58 Masters degree holders. He is the only serving faculty in the State to be a Fellow of the TWAS- the Academy of the Developing World, Trieste, Italy, including Fellowship of INSA.
    • The ICT produced 100 Ph.D.s during 2009-10 which is record for any institute in India engaged in chemical engineering and technology.


    The Institute has a glorious history of 78 years, having produced many industrialists, academics, bureaucrats, Padma awardees, secretaries to Government Departments, directors of CSIR labs and over 500 first generation entrepreneurs. The institute has very strong linkages with industry and produced some of the topmost academics and industrialists. Some of the distinguished alumni includes- Padmavibhushan Professor M.M. Sharma, Member, Scientific Advisory Committee to the Cabinet, Padmabhushan Dr. R. A. Mashelkar, former Director General, CSIR, Shri Mukesh Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director, Reliance Industries, Padmashri Dr. K. Anji Reddy, Chairman, Dr. Reddy’s Lab, Shri Ashwin Dani, Vice-Chairman, Asian Paints Ltd., Shri C.V. Gogri, Chairman, Aarti Group of Industries, Dr. K. H. Gharda, Chairman and Managing Director, Gharda Chemicals and the Late Manubhai Shah, Commerce Minister in Pt. Nehru’s Cabinet.

    The ICT has been receiving various grants and projects from the UGC, DAE, DBT, DST and other agencies, and Indian and foreign industries, with several centres of excellence: Centres of Advanced Studies in Chemical Engineering, Food Engineering and Technology, Pharmaceutical Science and Technology, Physico-Chemical Aspects of Textiles, Fibres, Dyes & Polymers; UGC Networking Resource Centre in Chemical Engineering; DBT-ICT Centre in Energy Biosciences; ICT-DAE Centre in Chemical Engineering Education and Research; Centre for Green Technology. The DAE has sanctioned ` 75 crores for the Centre in Chemical Engineering Education and Research with several projects from BARC and IGCAR for development of indigenous technologies for energy.

    Merit is the only criterion for admission, including government reservation policy. Several merit-cum-means scholarships (261) are awarded to needy students which range from ` 3000 to 75000 per student per annum. Research has been an integral part of ICT, with state-of-the art research facilities, and hostels. The faculty is highly accomplished, with multi-disciplinary interests and decorated with national and international awards and honours. All leading foreign universities and industries seek ICT graduates. Last year, a record of 161 full-time Ph D students and 120 Masters students, all with fellowships, were admitted.
    The foregoing demonstrates ICT’s International standing, meriting the criterion of a special status.

    Ranking:

    Magazine/survey

    Category

    Rank

    Year

    Prof. JudeSommerfeld

    Best chemical engineering(India)

    1st

    2007-11

    Prof. JudeSommerfeld

    Best chemical engineering(World)

    4th

    2007-11

    MINT

    Top Govt. engineering College

    11th

    2009

    Current Science

    Top tech schools in India

    13th

    20

    VISION

    We shall perennially strive to be a vibrant institute with continuously evolving curricula to brighten the future of the chemical, biological, materials and energy industries of the nation, and rank amongst the very best in the world through active participation and scholarship of our faculty, students and alumni. We shall be creators of sprouting knowledge and design cutting-edge technologies that will have the greatest impact on society and benefit mankind at large.

    MISSION

    We shall generate and sustain an atmosphere conducive to germinating new knowledge at every available opportunity. The education we shall impart will enable our students to devise new solutions to meet the needs of all segments of society with regard to material and energy, while protecting the environment and conserving the natural resources. Our endeavours, while extending well beyond the confines of the classroom, will aim to enhance public welfare and our attempts to disseminate knowledge will spread to a greater multi- and cross-disciplinary platform to conduct research, discovery, technology development, service to industry and entrepreneurship, in consonance with India’s aspirations to be a welfare state. We will team scientists and engineers with professionals in other disciplines to arrive at better solutions. We will provide all our students with a strong foundation to encourage them to be our ambassadors in the professional activities that they choose to undertake in service of society at national and international levels. Through our vision, we will serve the profession and society and strive to reach the summit as a team, and ultimately serve as role models to the younger generation.

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    QProvide details about M.pharma in Medicine

    Does ict mumbai course study in m.pharma also involve industrial training

    Asked By: juhi,
    A Answer By: Getmyuni

    Hi Juhi,

    Institute of Chemical Technology offers a 2 year full time course in M.Pharma in Medicinal Natural Products.

    Eligibility - Should have passed the Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm.) of the ICT or any UGC recognized University, with first class (i.e., 60% of the marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA). [55% of the marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA for the backward class candidate only from Maharashtra State]

    Fee - 93.7 thousand 

    For more details you can contact

    Tel : 022 3361 2222

    Email : admission@ictmumbai.edu.in

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