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What is the Admission Process of ICT, Mumbai for in Chemistry?

Asked By: Anonymous 29 Mar 2016


Answer By: Getmyuni

11 April, 2016

Hi, Komal

Admission Procedure of Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai for M.Sc in Chemistry are given below please check,


  • The candidates who have taken the post-H.S.C. 3-year degree course of Bachelor of Science with Chemistry as a major subject and Mathematics at H.S.C. level and passed the bachelor examination with at least 60% of the marks in aggregate of equivalent grade average. [55% for the backward class candidates only from Maharashtra State] are only eligible to apply.
  • The candidates must have cleared the bachelor's examination in one sitting i.e. repeaters shall not be eligible for the admission.
  • The admissions will be done strictly on the basis of merit, based on the marks obtained in the qualifying entrance examination.

Admission Procedure:

These admissions will be based on GATE/GPAT score, as applicable. The first preference for admission to a course/ branch will be given to the candidates qualifying Bachelor's course with valid GATE/GPAT score, as applicable from the respective discipline

The admission form and Handbook will be available for sale at the ICT counter (11 a.m. to 4 p.m.) by cash nd th payment expect on Sundays, 2 & 4 Saturday and Public Holidays. The fees for application along with Handbook are given elsewhere in this Handbook. The forms may also be ordered by post or downloaded from the ICT web site, The payment, while ordering by post, should include the amount equal to the "By Post" amount and be made only by a Pay Order/DD of any Nationalized/ Scheduled/ Private Sector Commercial Bank drawn in favour of ''INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, Mumbai'', payable at Mumbai and it is non-refundable and non-transferable under any circumstances. Payment by cheque or money order will not be accepted. The admission form requested by post, will be sent by Registered Post Parcel along with the Handbook.


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