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Hello Sir, I am in a great confusion to choose the branch in my B.Tech .Actually,without knowing the reason I got interested towards chemical engineering.But, I don't have a clear idea about its specialisations and also many senior NITians suggested me not to choose that branch.So,please explain me the branches of it and their future boom.I hope you could suggest me the best. Awaiting for reply, An aimless arrow

Hello Sir,


                   I am in a great confusion to choose the branch in my B.Tech .Actually,without knowing the reason I got interested towards chemical engineering.But, I don't have a clear idea about its specialisations and also many senior NITians suggested me not to choose that branch.So,please explain me the branches of it and their future boom.I hope you could suggest me the best.


                                                                             Awaiting for reply,


                                                                                   An aimless arrow

Grade:12

1 Answers

Ramesh V
70 Points
11 years ago

Dear frnd,

Jobs for chemical engineering graduates will be available in mineral-based industries, petrochemical plants, synthetic fibre units and even in petroleum refining plants. You can find employment opportunities with chemical industries, refineries, manufacturers of acids, medicines, varnishes, paints, fertilisers, etc.

Public sector organisations and private companies dealing in pharmaceuticals, synthetic fibres, textiles, plastics, explosives, etc. also recruit chemical engineers.

You can even join research organisations and laboratories as technical experts on engineering projects.

Chemical engineers are required in defence establishments and atomic power plants. They can work as consultants as well.

well this is a quite intresting ques after doing chemical engingeering u can move to many of the mncs and most imp in indian govt only and there are very much, petro chemical plants ,cement industeries ,ibp etc and ur earning is depend on your work even the shofers are earning more than a software engineer

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regards

Ramesh

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