Rubber Technology is the processing of latex, natural rubber, or synthetic rubber to convert it into products like tyre, tubes, gloves, toy, balloons etc. The curriculum for Rubber Technology instructs students on the types of rubbers, their properties, and descriptions of formulation of rubber compounds.
Eligibility: The candidate should have passed the Higher Secondary Exam(10+2) with English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
There are many operational units in India currently. These units provide job opportunities. A career in Rubber Industry is a best option because of its scope both in India and also abroad. The candidates in this field can also work in various other sectors such as Agricultural Industries, Automobile Industries, Transportation Companies, Construction Firms, and Artificial Limbs Manufacture Industries
Quality Control Specialist Institutes
Cochin University of Science & Technology
Indian Rubber Institute, Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
Indian Rubber Institute (IRI), Mysore (Karnataka)