Rohan Garge student of the Department of Physics, Sir Parashurambhau College cracks the entrance exam of IIP (Indian Institute of Packaging)
Rohan Garge is Born and brought up in Gujarat. He completed his 10th and 12th from Dholakiya School & Jay Ambe International School respectively. In the 10th standard, he scored 86.33% and in 12th he scored 86.14% with a percentile rank of 97.45. On the basis of 12th marks, he was selected for INSPIRE Scholarship. He cleared the NEET exam in 12th and could have got admission to dental, Ayurveda, and other dental programs however he decided to do graduation due to his liking for physics.
During graduation, he prepared for Jam and IIP entrance exam. He took part in several activities during his graduation. He constructed many circuits and projects related to physics and electronics. He got the first price in the Electronics Department and 2nd price in the Mathematics Department in the science project competition. He was also invited to take a part in the intercollege project making competition in Garware College, Pune. He also participated in Mimamasa:-National Level annual Science Quiz organized by IISER Pune. He created a Science Club in the college which organized various competitions like project making, quizzes, etc. among students to encourage their interest in science.
He came to know about IIP from his sister who has done her bachelor’s and masters in food proccing and technology and her few friends got admission into IIP. Due to her motivation and liking for the course, he decided to join IIP. He will be joining IIP, Mumbai in the current academic year.
Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP) was set up in 1966 by the packaging and allied industries and the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India with the specific objective of improving the packaging standards in the country. There are permanent campuses of the institute in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Chennai.
It offers 2 years Postgraduate diploma in the packaging ( PGDP) at Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Kolkata. It also offers packaging testing facilities and consultation for packaging development. Also, the institute offers an 18-month diploma program under Distance Education Programme in Packaging (DEP).
Indian Institute of Packaging Admission Process
The admission to the Postgraduate Diploma in Packaging (PGDP) program at the Indian Institute of Packaging is conducted through an all India level entrance examination. The forms become available in May and the entrance test is held in June. Graduates from science, technology, engineering, and allied backgrounds are eligible for the program.
Indian Institute of Packaging Placements
The Indian Institute of Packaging maintains a dedicated placement cell that ensures 100% placement to students. The institute has a great impact on recruiters for its qualitative industry-oriented training.
www.mahaedunews.com wishes him the best luck