Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT) Mumbai was established in 1933 as the University Department of Chemical Technology of the University of Bombay for excelling the nation’s knowledge resources in Chemical Science & Technology in Mumbai Maharashtra in an area of 16 acres in a serene sylvan atmosphere. It was granted partial autonomy in 1985 by the University of Mumbai, and it was converted into the University Institute of Chemical Technology in 2002. Under the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme of the World Bank, it was granted full autonomy in 2004 and was finally converted into a Deemed-to-be-University by the Government of India. Maharashtra granted it the Elite Status and Center for Excellence in 2012. In 2018, ICT established its second campus in Jalna, outside of Mumbai in a sprawling area of 203 acres.
In this analysis, we are going to check out all the details pertaining to the institute’s students’ stats, faculty, courses offered, graduations & placements, median salary & top recruiters, infrastructures and fee structures. All details are authentic since we got these from the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) where ICT gave its report.
Students Intake at ICT Mumbai
ICT Mumbai Annual Expenditures
ICT Mumbai Research Details
ICT Mumbai Graduations & Placements
UG Graduations & Placements
PG Graduations & Placements
PhD Research Programmes
Median Salary & Top Recruiters
Median Salary of PG Graduates: Rs. 5.5 LPA in 2021, Rs. 4.8 LPA in 2020 and Rs. 5.3 LPA in 2019.
Students Diversity at ICT Mumbai
Facilities on ICT Mumbai Campus
Campus Festivals at ICT Mumbai
How to Get Admission at ICT Mumbai
For PG courses: Students who passed a respective bachelor’s degree or appeared in the final exam can take the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) and should get the minimum GATE scores/rank required at ICT to get admission to this institution.
Fee Structure at ICT Mumbai
ICT Mumbai Scores by NIRF
Perception: ICT has good faculty, good infrastructures, and a conducive atmosphere, and its graduation outcomes and placements at top companies are also good, however, it doesn’t get a good reputation like first-generation IITs/NITs. Therefore it scored 21.98% in NIRF grading, which accounts to 10% of overall NIRF scores.