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Programs
  • B.Tech
    The objectives of 4 year B.Tech in Metallurgical Engineering are that the students will learn the concepts and develop skills related to Metallurgical Engineering.  Show(+) and have a broad based fundamental knowledge of both science and engineering with analytical and innovative skills.The students will also acquire a wide base of humanities and build their character. The objectives are not only to develop motivation among students for study, knowledge and skills development but also to inculcate stream based research in the area of Process Metallurgy and Physical Metallurgy, innovation aptitude, enhancing creativity with sensitivity towards nature and society. Department of Metallurgical Engineering takes a challenge to meet the above requirements in the curriculum.  Hide(-)
  • Dual Degree (IDD)
    The objectives of 5-Year Integrated Dual Degree [B.Tech. & M.Tech.] programme in Metallurgical Engineering are that the students will learn the concepts and develop skills related to Metallurgical Engineering. Show(+) and have a broad based fundamental knowledge of both science and engineering with analytical and innovative skills.The students will also acquire a wide base of humanities and build their character. The objectives are not only to develop motivation among students for study, knowledge and skills development but also to inculcate stream based research in the area of Process Metallurgy and Physical Metallurgy, innovation aptitude, enhancing creativity with sensitivity towards nature and society. Department of Metallurgical Engineering takes a challenge to meet the above requirements in its curriculum of 5-Year Integrated Dual Degree [B.Tech. & M.Tech.] programme  Hide(-)
  • M.Tech
    The objectives of 2 year M. Tech. in Metallurgical Engineering are that the students will learn the concepts and develop skills related to Metallurgical Engineering,  Show(+) and have a broad based fundamental knowledge of both science and engineering with analytical and innovative skills.The students will also acquire a wide base of humanities and build their character. The objectives are not only to develop motivation among students for study, knowledge and skills development but also to inculcate stream based research in the area of Process Metallurgy and Physical Metallurgy, innovation aptitude, enhancing creativity with sensitivity towards nature and society. Department of Metallurgical Engineering takes a challenge to meet the above requirements in the curriculum  Hide(-)

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Historical Background

The Department is currently offering Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degree programmes. It had been recognized as Centre of Advanced Study in 1980 and presently running into the IVth phase of this status. The National Electron Microscope Facility (NELMIF) was established through the generous grant of DST in 1982. The Department is also a Centre of QIP programme of MHRD/AICTE since 1981.  Show(+) The members of staff have been actively engaged in research and have undertaken many research/cons ultancy projects. These research activities span over wide ranging fields of nanomaterials characterization, quasicrystals, biomaterials, magnetic materials, spray forming, rapid solidification, mechanical alloying, powder metallurgy, modeling of phase diagram by CVM, phase transformation in steels and nonferrous alloys and structure property correlations, creep and fatigue behaviour of materials, nanoindentation, corrosion, thermodynamics of alloys and semiconducting intermetallics, pyrometallurgy of sulphide minerals, preparation of molycarbides, processing of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, foundry and welding, wear studies of composites, waste utilization and energy management etc.   Hide(-)