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What is B.Tech in Printing Technology and its scope

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B.Tech in Printing Technology and its scope

India is one of the largest producers of engineers, especially, in IT and Computer Science streams. Cities like Bangalore and Pune have already become the IT hubs of the country, offering millions of job opportunities to these engineers. Apart from conventional engineering streams, there are many institutions that offer unique courses in engineering, and Printing Technology is one of them.

B.Tech in Printing Technology is the latest addition to the list of unique courses in engineering. The course teaches the students how to deal with high quality printing machines used in various sectors like news paper, magazines, packaging industry etc. Printing genrelly deals with the process of reproducing text and images by using a specific ink on paper or other materials, by using high quality printing machines. Students who have cleared their 12th class exam with Physics, Chemistry, Maths subjects are eligible for this course.

Subjects of Printing Technology:

  • Printing Process
  • Typography & Typesetting
  • Theory of Printing Machine
  • Electrical Systems in Printing Machines

Top recruiting industries:

  • The Times of India
  • The Indian Express
  • Multi Flex Lami Print
  • Printing Machine Manufacturers in India

Further career:

Students who have completed their B.Tech degree in Printing Technology can either opt for job or they can go for further studies. Students can enroll themselves for ME or M.Tech degree in Printing Technology.

Designations:

A student who has completed a B.Tech in Printing Technology degree can get either of these designations-

  • printing technologists
  • quality assurance engineers

Check out the top Indian colleges offering this course.

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