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@Ankita Katdare • 10 Dec, 2013
There are a lot of chemical engineers with us here and one of them started a conversation with me here on CE asking if I know the best companies for chemical engineers to work at. I being clueless about answering this, started this thread to gather information about the same. Now, "best" chemical engineering companies could fit into different parameters for different people.

So, let us make a list of the highly successful companies that offer good R&D opportunities, great pay, good perks, have easy-to-get-along work culture and where work is fun.

From the little information I could browse, I see that Procter & Gamble (P&G) and Unilever top some of the lists. But these are just the well known names.

Please share the names of companies and why they're awesome to work for.
@ISHAN TOPRE • 11 Dec, 2013 • 1 like Chemical Engineers can fit in Biomedical space. We are having (9 DEC-13DEC) a symposium on Biomedical Engineering at VNIT, Nagpur. Where people from IIT Bombay, AIIMS, private practitioners of eminent repute and former ISRO advisors are speaking.

Not exactly Chemical, but I can name 2 companies (biomedical), ADInstruments, Otto Bock who manufacture biomedical instruments. Here Chemical Engineers can fit.

All of them say they need chemical, electrical and electronic engineer to test their instruments. This is because in human body involves lot of chemical and electrical (neural) activity.
@Neda Hashmi • 11 Dec, 2013 • 1 like i personally aim at government sector.
1) Petroleum industries like ONGC, IOCL, reliance petroleum etc
2) paint industry like burger, nerolacs etc
3) fertilizer industry like IFFCO, aditya birla group(i don't exactly know what they call there fertilizer plant.
4) paper and pulp industry
5) chemical manufacturing unit
these are some industries where a chemical engineer may apply.
but for finding a job in ONGC or IOCL type company, you have to gain very good percentile in GATE.
Right now, we have 8 vacancies for chemical engineer in BIS(bureau of Indian Standard)
more over, some pharmaceutical companies also recruit chemical engineers.
and one of my friend told me that Indian Forest Services issue vacancies for mechanical and chemical engineers.


P.S- finally a post related to chemical engineering. otherwise most of the post contains electrical, electronics, IT and CS knowledge which i have no idea what they talk about. 😛
@[Prototype] • 11 Dec, 2013
Neda Hashmi
i personally aim at government sector.
1) Petroleum industries like ONGC, IOCL, reliance petroleum etc
2) paint industry like burger, nerolacs etc
3) fertilizer industry like IFFCO, aditya birla group(i don't exactly know what they call there fertilizer plant.
4) paper and pulp industry
5) chemical manufacturing unit
these are some industries where a chemical engineer may apply.
but for finding a job in ONGC or IOCL type company, you have to gain very good percentile in GATE.
Right now, we have 8 vacancies for chemical engineer in BIS(bureau of Indian Standard)
more over, some pharmaceutical companies also recruit chemical engineers.
and one of my friend told me that Indian Forest Services issue vacancies for mechanical and chemical engineers.


P.S- finally a post related to chemical engineering. otherwise most of the post contains electrical, electronics, IT and CS knowledge which i have no idea what they talk about. 😛
Congrats on taking the revenge.lol
Now, I am clueless here... 😁
@Ankita Katdare • 11 Dec, 2013 @Neda Cool answer. You can start as many threads as you want in the Chemical engineering section. We actually want to keep it alive and kicking. 😀 A lot of chemical engineers regularly visit the site, so we will always have people to answer and discuss these topics.
@Neda Hashmi • 12 Dec, 2013
[Prototype]
Congrats on taking the revenge.lol
Now, I am clueless here... 😁
Revenge??? now I am clueless!!!
@Neda Hashmi • 12 Dec, 2013
Ankita Katdare
@Neda Cool answer. You can start as many threads as you want in the Chemical engineering section. We actually want to keep it alive and kicking. 😀 A lot of chemical engineers regularly visit the site, so we will always have people to answer and discuss these topics.
sure @Ankita Katdare .. I have something going on in my mind, i will post it as soon as possible. bur right now my semester exams are on my head..
@Satyendra maurya • 28 Dec, 2013 Dow chemical & BASF will be better.....
@Ankita Katdare • 05 Jan, 2014 Any more additions to the list? What is a dream company for a chemical engineering under-graduate student?
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