Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Printing Technology)

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Course Structure

This course is divided in 4 years, 8 semesters that is 2 semesters each year. The marks of the students are based on their performances in theory, lab work and research project assigned to them.

Scheme of Assessment

There are two semesters in one academic year. Each semester has its own theory and practical exams. Weightage assigned to each criteria is given below:

Type of Exams

External Assessment

Internal Assessment

Theory Exams

75

25

Practical Exams

75

25

Every engineering institute in India follows a set pattern of syllabus for B.Tech. Printing Technology. An overview of the syllabus for this program is given below:

Name of the course

        Topics

Description

Design & planning for print production

  • Introduction
  • Basic design and letter forms
  • Images in design
  • Design management
  • Design process
  • Production planning

The course will give you an introduction about design formation and management.

Flexography

  • Introduction to Flexography
  • Flexographic printing plates
  • The Printing press
  • Mounting and Proofing
  • Flexography and Bar-coding
  • Beyond the Horizon- Tomorrows Flexography

This subject introduces a student to the concept of Flexography and how it is useful in printing industry.

Electronic composition

  • Elements in copy preparation
  • Typesetting methods
  • Desk Top Publishing
  • Digital Fonts

The objective of this subject is to gain knowledge about different elements involved in copy preparation.

Printing materials

  • Metals
  • Photographic Materials
  • Light Sensitive Materials
  •  Paper and Ink
  • Adhesives
  • Miscellaneous Materials
  • Materials Handling
  • Managing Printers Materials Resources

This topic helps you understand different types of printing materials and their handling.

Reproduction technology

  • Basic principles of reproduction photography
  • Difficult line originals
  • Contact photography
  • Line separation from black and white art work
  • Evaluation of line negative
  • Halftone photography
  • Half tone exposure
  • Contrast control
  • Auxiliary or supplementary exposures
  • Line and halftone combination
  • Evaluation of halftone negative

In this you will learn about the working of basic principles of reproduction.

Gravure technology

  • Gravure
  • Gravure Press and Its components
  • Gravure Substrates

This subject will help students to learn about basics of Gravure Technology.

Industrialtraining

   6 weeks training

This training is mandatory for the students pursuing this course.

Project

Submission of research paper

The students pursuing this course have to submit a project on innovative working model of machine/equipments used in Printing Industry.

 List of Electives:-

  • Advertising Management
  • Image Processing
  • Total Quality Management
  • Operation Research
  • Scanners & Systems
  • Print Plant Layout and Facility Design
  • Book Publishing
  • Continuous Stationary & Security Printing
  • Entrepreneurship Management 

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