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Indian Institute of Packaging , Mumbai

  • 4.5/5 (19 reviews)
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Why Join Indian Institute of Packaging

Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP) is an autonomous body and is set up under the Ministry of Commerce ; Industry, Govt. of India. The Institute's endeavor is to improve the standards of packaging needed for the promotion of exports and help create infrastructural facilities for overall packaging improvement in India through Research and Developmen

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Overall rating of Indian Institute of Packaging based on 19 reviews

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Class of 2010 2010

2/5

Placements: During our campus....avg salary...2.5lacs p.a. Highest 10 7.5 lacs P.A. Percentage of on campus placements....40% Companies visiting...HUL,HPCL,Cavin Kare,Matrix Pharma,Dr.Reddy's Lab,ITC kolkata and Chennai division, and some more..... But situation is getting worse day by day..... Hope it will improve now as they have employed a separate authority to take care of campus.....

Class of 2007 PG diploma in Packaging Technology

5/5

Placements: Almost 60 percentage students gets placed in campus placement.

Infrastructure / Teaching facilities: Building is ok. Classrooms are air conditioned. Opportunity in Library. Well established laboratory.

Faculty: Mostly are visiting faculty from industrial experience.

Overall Feedback: Institute has 4 branches across India. Out of which Mumbai and Delhi branch offers regular course in packaging technology. Overall learning is good.

Institute Details

  • Placement Services

    Indian Institute of Packaging offers 100% job assistance to its students.

    Following are the details of Salary offered by the companies:   
    • Maximum Salary Offered – Rs. 8,50,000/- Per Annum
    • Average Salary Offered – Rs. 3,50,000/- Per Annum
  • Top Recruiting Companies

    • Hindustan Lever Ltd.
    • ITC Ltd.
    • L’Oreal
    • Godrej
    • Alpenliebe
    • PNG
    • Pepsi
    • GSK Pharma
    • Ranbaxy
  • Hostel Details

    • Indian Institute of Packaging have separate hostels for boys and girls with all basic facilities.
  • Infrastructure / Teaching Facilities

    Indian Institute of Packaging infrastructure includes:

    Laboratories:

    • Consumer Package Laboratory
    • Material Testing Laboratory
    • Materials Testing Laboratory
    • Optical & Barrier Properties Laboratory
    • Chemical Laboratory Laboratory
    • Transport Laboratory
    • Transport Laboratory
    Other Facilities:
    • Hostel
    • Library
    • Class Room
    • Seminar Hall
  • Top Faculty

    • Mr. Rajiv Dhar - Director
    • Mr. Mohan Singh Kathayat - Secretary, Administration Division
    • Mr. D. M. Khedkar - Joint Director & Branch Head, Delhi
    • Mr. B. K. Karna - Deputy Director & Branch Head, Hyderabad 
    • Mr. S. K. Sarkar - Deputy Director & Branch Head, Kolkata
    • Mr. G. B. Reddy - Joint Director & Branch Head, Chennai
    • Mr. S. J. Jawkar - Assistant Director, Accounts / Finance
    • Mr. Shekhar M. Amberkar - Assistant Director, Exhibition & Design
    • Mr. Bhushan S. Surpur - Assistant Director, Infocell / Publication
    • Ms. L.D. Joshi - Assistant Director, Library Division
  • Institute Description

    Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP) is an autonomous body and is set up under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India. The Institute's endeavor is to improve the standards of packaging needed for the promotion of exports and help create infrastructural facilities for overall packaging improvement in India through Research and Development, problem solving consultancy and testing, training and education, industrial co-ordination, information dissemination and other promotional efforts.

    Indian Institute of Packaging is striving its best in this direction since its inception through various activities covering Applied Research, Training and Education, Information Services, Testing, Quality Control facilities, Package Development, Feasibility projects, Graphic design, Data centre, Technical and Techno Commercial publications etc.in the field of packaging. This has gone a long way in improving the standards of packaging in the country. In fact, the Institute today possess a considerable wealth of information and technical know-how in the field of packaging.

    Indian Institute of Packaging has nearly 1000 members on its roll comprising of industries in diversed fields having the common bond of interest in packaging. Today, packaging in fact embraces almost every industry activity. It is for this reason that the membership of the Institute includes not only the producers of packaging materials and packaging machineries or converters of packaging materials into packages but also very large number of manufacturers of various goods.
  • Permanent Exhibition Centre

    The permanent exhibition center in Indian Institute of Packaging displays packaging materials, systems and machineries. It has been providing a good platform to the industry people to display new innovation in packaging techniques and technology. The institute also organizes Industry Participation and Representation in several national as well as international exhibitions.
  • Objectives

    Objects for which the Indian Institute of Packaging is established are:
    • To stimulate consciousness of good packaging;
    • To undertake and promote study, Research and Development in packaging and package design;
    • To recommend standards for packages,packaging materials, processes and equipment;
    • To test, evaluate and certify packages, packaging systems, packaging materials,equipment and processes;
    • To provide consultancy services on packaging problems;
    • To study packaging for export commoditywise and countrywise and suggest measures to authorities concerned for effecting improvements.;
    • To provide short term and long term training in packaging Technology for specified personnel employed in industry, commerce and Government.
    • To promote and stimulate action in universities and colleges, to provide education in packaging technology;
    • To analyze the implication of a sound policy on packaging on domestic production, domestic consumption and domestic prices;
    • To study methods and procedures of incentives appropriate for development of packaging;
    • To analyze the institutional framework most conducive to the promotion of packaging;
    • To study the packaging requirements with special reference to transport by road, water, rail and air;
    • To study the impact of packaging on marketing;
    • To undertake advertising, publicity and exhibition to promote packaging consciousness
    • To established relation and co-operate with any other agency or organization having similar objectives in India and abroad;
    • To provide and disseminate information relating to packaging;
    • To prepare , print and publish any paper or periodicals or reports;
    • To establish and maintain libraries and information services to facilitate the study of the various objects for which the Society is established;
    • To constitute regional Institutes at convenient places in India and outside to promote the objects of the society;
    • To invite representatives of Government, industry, trade and other institutions and organizations, Indian and Foreign, to deliver lectures on subjects in which the society is interested.
  • Feature Provided at Library

    • Indian Institute of Packaging library has a rich collection of nearly 7000 textbooks besides several packaging related national and international standards from different countries and organisations on materials, methods and systems, testing and quality control etc.
    • Besides a number of seminar, technical reports & dissertations.
    • The information input is also augmented through over 50 technical journals obtained from various sources in the world, on a regular basis.
    • Good Infrastructure provide for student
    • Latest magazine also available for student for latest knowledge about packaging in world.
    • Daily News Paper is also available.
  • Involvement of Activities

    • General Testing
    • Testing of Packages for the carriage of dangerous goods for export – IMDG & ICAO
    • In-laboratory Training Programme
    • Testing based Consultancy Project.
  • Indian Institute of Packaging Centers

    • Delhi
    • Chennai
    • Kolkata
    • Hyderabad
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