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Applications invited by IICPT
Applications are invited by Indian Institute Of Crop Processing Technology (IICPT) , Tanjavur for
the courses Ph.D, M.Tech and B.Tech , commencing in session 2011 for the academic year 2011-2012. It provides a regular full time degree program in Food Processing and Technology .

Courses Offered :

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D)in Food Process Engineering ,
Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Food Process Engineering and
Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Food Processing Engineering.

IICPT Eligibility :
Undergraduate-B.Tech :

Candidate must be Pass+2 or equivalent examination with major subjects Mathematics , Physics and Chemistry with 50% of marks in each subject for OC/OBC and mere pass for SC/ST.

Postgraduate-M.Tech :

Candidate should have passed a four year B.E/B.Tech degree with a minimum of 60 percent marks in any disciplines like Food Process Engineering , Agricultural Process Engineering , Post Harvest Technology and Food Technology.

Doctoral Program-Ph.D :

Candidate should have passed a 2 year M.E/M.Tech professional degree with minimum 60 percent of marks in any of the discipline like Food Process , Agricultural Process , Post Harvest ,and Food Technology.

For further details based on selection criteria, and number of seats please visit :

How to Apply for IICPT :

Prospectus and admission form can be obtained from the office of IICPT by paying RS.500 (Rs.250 for SC/ST) in cash or demand draft in favor of the director, at Tanjavur.
Duly filled application form should be submitted to the Director's office of IICPT.

Contact :

The Director
Indian Institute Of Crop Processing Technology,
Ministry of food Processing Industries , Government of India,
Pudukottai Road , Tanjavur-613005,
TamilNadu , India.
Phone : 91 4362 228155
E-Mail : ;

Important Date and time:

The last date for submission of application is 26-08-2011, 5.00 pm .

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