What do they do?
If you are among the ones who find Chemistry interesting then Chemical Engineering might be the best suitable job for you. As a Chemical Engineer your responsibility goes beyond the traditional mixing of chemicals in a test tube. You will be working at a chemical plant or a chemical laboratory with a specialised team. You will have to test new ways to develop chemical products. If you are working at a chemical plant then you will have to take care of the smooth functioning of the plant. You will also be responsible for designing, installing and commissioning new production plants.
Typical day in the life of a Chemical Engineer
Pros & Cons about this career
- Innovative creation of assets You get a chance to improve the quality of life
- Exposure to dangerous chemicals as well as high temperature and noise
Skills and Education needed
- Interest in Physics, Cemistry, Maths (and even Biology)
- Should enjoy working with chemicals, machinery and software tools
- Analytical skills
- Innovative approach
How do I get there?
In order to become a Chemical Engineer you should take Science with Physics, Chemistry and Maths at 10+2. After this, you can join an engineering college through various entrance examinations like JEE (Advanced) and JEE (Main).