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Indian Rubber Institute

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New No. 16, 1st Street, Baradeeswarar Colony, Kodambakkam , Chennai - 600024
District: Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
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Established      :    1987
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Indian Rubber Institute (IRI), is a professional body of rubber technologists, engineers, scientists, academicians and other professionals and organizations associated with the rubber and allied industry in India. A non-profit organization of 63 years standing, IRI was constituted as a national body and got registered on 25th May 1987 under the West Bengal Societies Act XXVI of 1961 no. S/55295 of 1987 88 and has since been continuing its educational and training activities. With headquarters at Kolkata, IRI has been functioning from seven branches at Chennai, Delhi, Karnataka, Kerala, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Rajasthan.

 
 
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044-65390625
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9840329588
 
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044-28345079
   
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 Course(s) Offered by Indian Rubber Institute  in Engineering Diploma
Post Graduate Diploma in Rubber Technology (PGDIRI)
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Eligibility
B Sc (Phy., Che & Math)/M.Sc(Che)/B.Tech/BE
 
Duration
9months (Classes start from August - April/May)
 
Medium of Instruction
English
 
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Experienced and qualified scientists and technologists associated with the rubber industry, as also from educational institutions like Indian Institute of Technologies, Universities, other professional and research institutions as well as from the rubber and allied industries, who have the overall responsibility of monitoring the courses in accordance with the approved syllabi.