Metallurgical Engineering


Metallurgy department was established in the year 1957.Metallurgy is the study of metals, alloys and materials. Here students study about Extraction of Metals, Iron Making, Steel Making, Microstructure of Metals and Alloys, Testing of Materials, Foundry, Heat Treatment, Welding, Corrosion, Ceramics, Polymers, Composites etc.

Department has good interaction with industries. Final year students are mostly selected by reputed companies like TATA Motors, Bajaj Auto, Bharat Forge, Kirloskar Pneumatics, JSW, Uttam Galva etc.

Intake for regular shift = 60 Students
Intake for Part Time = 60 Students

Departmental Staff:
Head Of Department :01
No.Of Lecturers : 04
No. of Supporting Staff : 02+02

Vision


"To develop Metallurgical Engineers to fulfill the present and future requirements of the industry."

MISSION


1] Enable students to acquire knowledge and skills necessary for employment.
2] Improvement of laboratory facilities.
3] Strengthen Department-Industry interaction.


PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)


  • PO1) Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and discipline specific knowledge to solve core Metallurgical engineering related problems.

  • PO2) Problem analysis: Identify and analyse well-defined Metallurgical engineering problems using codified standard methods.

  • PO3) Design/ development of solutions: Design and develop solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.

  • PO4) Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements related to Metallurgical engineering.

  • PO5) Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.

  • PO6) Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.

  • PO7) Life-long learning: Engage in independent and life-long learning activities in the context of technological changes in the Metallurgical engineering field and allied industry.


PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)


  • PSO1) Be able to apply Metallurgical concepts in the field of Extraction, Foundry, Metal Working, Physical Metallurgy and Welding.
  • PSO2) Be able to conduct various Destructive and Non Destructive tests.
  • PSO3) Be able to analyze defects in Heat Treatments, Casting and Welding..
  • PSO4) Posses the skills to communicate in both oral and written forms and work in a team.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)


  • PEO1) Our Engineers will apply Metallurgical principles in their profession.
  • PEO2) Our Engineers can work independently and as a leader to execute projects.
  • PEO3) Our Engineers will advance in their careers and continue their professional development.

Metallurgical Engineering Department Notes And Documents


HOD'S Desk


Head of Department

Metallurgy is a domain of material science and engineering that studies the physical and chemical behavior of metallic elements, their inter-metallic compounds, and their mixtures, which are called alloys. The science of Metallurgy is subdivided into two broad categories: chemical metallurgy and physical metallurgy.

Modern metallurgists work in both emerging and traditional areas as apart of an interdisciplinary team alongside material scientists.

Some traditional areas include metal production, heat treatment, failure analysis and joining of metals.

Emerging areas for metallurgists include nanotechnology, superconductors, composites, biomedical materials, electronic materials (semiconductors) and surface engineering