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Course Highlights (Industry Recognised):

One Year PART TIME. Lectures are conducted on Saturday Evenings

Eligibility: Graduate / Diploma with work experience or any industry sponsored candidate.

Course Commencement: August

Semester I: August – December
Semester II: January – June

  • Course work completed in 2 Semesters,
  • Examinations at the end of each semester

 

Examination Pattern:

Semester –I
End Semester Exams: (250 Marks)
Paper 1 (Subjective) (100 Marks)
Paper 2 (Subjective) (100 Marks)
Paper 3 (Objective) (50 Marks)
Semester –II
End Semester Exams: (350 Marks)
Paper 1 (Subjective) (100 Marks)
Paper 2 (Subjective) (100 Marks)
Paper 3 (Objective) (50 Marks)
Seminar Report (100 Marks)

Passing Criteria:

40 Percent in each paper & aggregate 50 Percent.

Attendance:

Minimum 75 Percent.

Reading Materials:

Course materials will be provided in softcopy.

Class Awarded Second Class: >50% First Class: >60% Distinction: >70%

Curriculum for Graduate Diploma in Packaging Technology– Part Time GDPT (PT)

Semester-I:

  1. Fundamentals of Packaging:
    Packaging Concepts, Classification of Packaging, Types of Packaging, Functions of Packaging
  2. Packaging Design and Development:
    Factors and Criteria, Product and Packaging, Materials Characteristics, Introduction to Global & Indian Packaging Industry scenario
  3. Primary Packaging Materials:
    Paper, Paper Boards, Metal, Glass, Plastic, Flexible, Composites, RIBCs and FIBCs, Wood ...
  4. Ancillary Materials:
    Labels, Caps/Closures, Reinforcements, Adhesives, Corrosion Preventives, Marking and Coding, Bar codes, RFID

Semester-II:

  1. Package Printing:
    Package Graphics, Premedia, Package Printing Processes– Gravure, Offset, Flexography, Screen & Digital Printing
  2. Package Testing and Quality Control
    Package Materials Testing & Quality Control, Package Performance Evaluation, Specifications and Development Process
  3. Product Packaging:
    Packaging of Fresh & Processed Foods, Dairy Products, Pharmaceuticals, FMCG, Cosmetics, Engineering & Electronic Goods, Chemicals and others.
  4. Packaging Machinery
  5. Packaging Management, Packaging Laws & Regulations
  6. Seminar (Dissertation)
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