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    M. Tech. : Structure of the course


    The M. Tech.(Metallurgical Engineering) course shall be of Two Years duration consisting of Four Semesters and have two specializations, viz. (A) ALLOY TECHNOLOGY and (B) EXTRACTIVE METALLURGY.

    The course of study shall comprise of two Departmental core subjects, eight elective subjects, two practicals, one seminar and a dissertation.

    In the Semester I, four elective subjects out of five specified from the following under each specialization, will be taken. 

    In the Semester II, five electives will be taken among which three elective subjects should be from their own specialization. Candidates may be permitted to take one approved elective subject from the other specializations of the Department. Candidate must take one elective subject (Open Elective) from other Departments/Schools of the Institute.

    The structure of the course shall be as follows:

     

     

    SEMESTER I

    Subject

    Contact hours/week

    Credits

    MT 5101 Materials Characterization Techniques

    3

    3

    MT 5102 Computer Applications in Metallurgy

    3

    3

    Elective Subject   I

    3

    3

    Elective Subject II

    3

    3

    Elective Subject III

    3

    3

    Elective Subject IV

    3

    3

    MT 5383 Computer Applications Practical

    3

    2

    Total for Semester I

    21

    20

    SEMESTER II

    Subject

    Contact hours/week

    Credits

    Elective Subject V

    3

    3

    Elective Subject VI

    3

    3

    Elective Subject VII

    3

    3

    Elective Subject VIII

    3

    3

    Elective Subject IX

    3

    3

    MT 5484 Materials Characterization Practical

    3

    2

    MT 5485 Seminar

    2

    1

    Total for Semester II

    20

    18

     

    SEMESTER III

    Subject

    Contact hours/week

    Credits

    MT 6386:  Seminar On Dissertation

    -

    5

    MT 6387:  Dissertation-Interim Evaluation

    -

    5

    SEMESTER IV

    Subject

    Contact hours/week

    Credits

    MT 6488 Dissertation-Open Defence

    -

    5

    MT 6489 Dissertation Evaluation

    -

    10

    Total for Semester IV

    -

    15

    Grand Total 63

     

     

     

    1.   DEPARTMENTAL CORE SUBJECTS

          MT 5101:  Materials Characterization Techniques

          MT 5102:  Computer Applications in Metallurgy

     

    2.   DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE SUBJECTS (eight subjects to be chosen)

          In second semester the student can take not more than one subject from other specialization.

     

    (A)  Alloy Technology

    1.         MT 5110/5220                        :  Thermodynamics of Phase Equilibria

    2.         MT 5111/5221                        :  Structural Phase Transformations

    3.         MT 5112/5222                        :  Industrial Heat Treatment

    4.         MT 5113/5223                        :  Deformation Behaviour

    5.         MT 5114/5224                        :  Alloy Design and Development

    6.         MT 5115/5225                        :  Advanced Electron Metallography

    7.         MT 5116/5226                        :  Fracture Mechanics and Component Integrity

    8.         MT 5117/5227                        :  Metal Joining Technology

    9.         MT 5118/5228                        :  Smart Materials and Structures

    10.       MT 5119/5229                        :  Computational Materials Design.

    (B)    Extractive Metallurgy

    1.         MT 5120/5230                        :  Metallurgical Design

    2.         MT 5121/5231                        :  Raw Materials Preparation for Iron Making

    3.         MT 5122/5232                        :  Alternative Methods of Iron Making

    4.         MT 5123/5233                        :  Production of Alloy Steels

    5.         MT 5124/5234                        :  Advances in Production of Nonferrous Metals

    6.         MT 5125/5235                        :  Plasma Technology for Metallurgical Applications

    7.         MT 5126/5236                        :  Thermodynamics and Kinetics

    8.         MT 5127/5237                        :  Physical Chemistry of Metallurgical Processes

    9.         MT 5128/5238                        :  Hydrometallurgy

    10.       MT 5129/5239                        :  Environmental Management in Metal Industries


     

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