Thenhipalam - 673636, KERALA, INDIA
 

 Printing Technology

 

        Department of Printing Technology was established in CUIET in the year 2001,with the aim of developing the skilledprofessionals in the field.  Department of Printing Technology was established in CUIET in the year 2001,with the aim of developing the skilledprofessionals in the field. The students have opportunities for interacting with members of the local printing industry through their training programmes,industrial visits and project works etc... In addition to printing subjects,the syallabus of printing technology is well designed in a way that the students can familiarise with the subjects of related engineering fields as well as management. Periodic updating of the syllabus enables our studentsto get excellent knowledge with the modern trends and scopes of printing field.

What is printing

 

Facilities

        With the advent of printing media on a universal scale and the innovations in Printing Technologies,the field of study related to printing has gained immense popularity among learners.As a subject it is vast and involves the study of various analogue and digital technologies related to printing. CUIET,is the only college in Kerala which provides B Tech in Printing Technology. The department is well equiped with the following laboratories:

  • Printing Machine Lab
  • Surface Preparation Lab
  • Tone & colour analysis Lab
  • Quality Control Lab
  • DTP Lab
  • Screen Printing & Flexographic Lab
  • Packaging Technology Lab
  • Print Finishing Lab 

Faculty

       
DEEPU P
Assistant Professor
       
Head of the Department        
         
ASHA P SHIBINI A V MOHAMED SHAFEEQ SARITHA P C ARUN A V
Assistant Professor  Lecturer  Lecturer  Lecturer  Lecturer
       
 
MUHAMMED KUNHI K C SHIJU V S SURENDRAN K ABDUL GAFOOR C M  
Lecturer Instructor Tradesman Tradesman  

 

     
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