National Institute Of Packaging, Andheri
The Indian Institute of Packaging was comprised as a society below the Societies Registration Act 1860 in 1966. The Institute has its head office and principal laboratories at Mumbai and regional testing and development laboratories at Calcutta, New Delhi and Chennai. The Institute’s attempt is to improve the standards of packaging needed for the promotion of exports and helps make infrastructural facilities for general packaging development in India by Research and Development, problem answering consultancy and testing, training and education, industrial co-ordination, information distribution and other promotional efforts.
Two Year Post Graduate Diploma in Packaging
Candidates should have passed the graduate examination in science (12+3 years degree) with any two of the subjects (physics/chemistry/mathematics or agriculture/science microbiology or engineering or technology) from a recognized University, with minimum 55% marks. Those with equivalent overseas qualifications would also be eligible for admission.
Indian Institute of Packaging
E-2, MIDC Area,
Mumbai – 400 093,
91-22- 8219803 / 8216751