|Principal / Officer-in-Charge||:||Prof. Dr. Saikat Maitra|
|Affiliation(s)||:||West Bengal University of Technology|
|Category||:||Undergraduate & Postgraduate|
|Accreditation / Recognition||:||All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)|
|Department(s)||:||B.Tech. & M.Tech.|
Undergraduate Courses Offered
- B.Tech in Ceramic Technology
- B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering
- B.Tech in Information Technology
Postgraduate Courses Offered
- M.Tech in Ceramic Technology
- M.Tech in Information Technology
Admission Procedure for B.Tech.
Admission to all UG courses are done through the WB-JEE in the 1st semester. 20% of the total seats are filled-in by Science Graduates and Diploma students as Lateral Entry candidates in the 3rd semester through JELET.
Duration for B.Tech.: 4 years (8 semesters)
Intake Capacity for B.Tech.: 40+8 (lateral entry)
Admission Procedure for M.Tech.
Admission to the post graduate course is done through a Combined Admission Test conducted by West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT).
Duration for M.Tech.: 2 years (4 semesters)
Intake Capacity for M.Tech.: 18
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Govt. College of Engineering & Ceramic Technology was established in 1941 by Professor Sasadhar Ray who was an eminent and educationist and the first Principal of the college. At that time the college was named as Bengal Ceramic Institute Calcutta, which later on flowered into College of Ceramic Technology. Professor Ray was one of the pioneers in spreading ceramic education in India. He obtained his M.Sc. degree in Physics in 1930, as a student of Prof. Satyendranath Bose, from the University of Dacca having been place first in Class. He was a research scholar under Prof. K. S. Krishnan-F. R.S. in the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science and served as a supervisor in Peripatetic Demonstration for Scheme of the Govt. of Bengal to popularize the ceramic manufacturing processes in the villages. He also worked for a brief period in the Industrial Research Laboratory, Dept. of Industries, Government of West Bengal.
The college started with certificate and diploma courses in Ceramic Technology with six other different courses to train people for various ceramic industries in the eastern and other regions of India. Prof. Roy organized a commercial Training- cum- Production unit at the institute to provide employment through practical training to the students. He formulated many developmental schemes with their successful implementation and introduced the concept of self- employment in the institute to cope with the problem of growing unemployment in the country. He was the pioneer in India to manufacture bone chinawares using indigenous raw materials on commercial basis and glazed pottery, sanitary wares, tiles and low-tension insulators from Gangetic silt. His contribution to ceramic education and industry has gone for and near within India and round the globe.
|Address||:||Govt. College of Engineering & Ceramic Technology,
73, Abinash Chandra Banerjee Lane,
Kolkata, West Bengal,
India, Pin: 700 010
|Phone||:||(033) 2370 1263, 2363 3674, 2363 3675|
|Fax||:||(033) 2370 1264, 2363 3674|
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