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Ordinary Diploma In 

This syllabus is designed to satisfy most of the far-reaching changes in technical education and attempts to meet the increasing demands of technology. Although the primary intention is to train technicians following the GTEE, an attempt has been made to relate the knowledge gained in any one place to all other places where it is relevant. The main purpose of the Programme is to feed industry with competent technicians, but the course content offers a good opportunity to those students who are aspiring to follow a university education leading particularly to a degree in chemistry. As far as possible, the chemical nomenclature which is based on the rules of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) has been adopted in the syllabus. Efforts will be made to visit certain institutions, industrial and organizations from time to time in order for students to obtain first-hand information on practical operations with the intention of reinforcing what is learnt in the classroom. Lastly, but by no means least, since there is a great need for the scientific method as learnt in the laboratory to be consciously used in everyday life, the relationship of chemistry to other studies and other problems is catered for, thus bridging the gulf which exists between ―purpose‖ and ―use.


The Subjects of offered in our Course are to help students to be able to commence a career as a draughtsman and to be able to  further their education.



  • Mathematics

  • Statistics

  • Inorganic Chemistry

  • Physical Chemistry

  • Analytical Chemistry

  • Organic Chemistry

  • Metallurgy

  • Lab Techniques


  • English

  • Environmental Science

  • Mechanical Science

  • Physics

  • Biology

  • Computer Science

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