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B.Tech. in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

Why take this course?

There will be no progress in any field of Engineering and Technology, be it Electronics, Biomedical, Nuclear, Aeronautics, Space, Energy, Civil, Transportation, Construction, etc., without the active participation and engagement of Materials Engineers. Therefore, every modern industry needs to employ and engage Materials Engineers for its survival and progress. The Metallurgical and Materials Engineering program at
Jain (Deemed-to-be University) is a unique graduate program designed to study the production, design, characterization, and application of materials. Materials Engineers are responsible for the specification, research, design, and development of materials to meet the challenges of advanced technologies and applications of many kinds. New technologies are critically dependent on the understanding and manipulation of materials properties. Some examples where Materials Engineers have been contributing significantly to the progress of technology are: bio-compatible prosthetics and targeted drug delivery; design of more energy-efficient and lightweight automobiles; cost-effective production of energy from alternative sources etc.

What will I experience?

Students of this course will be imparted with the state-of-the-art knowledge of the synthesis, production, design and characterization of metals, alloys and materials.

Students will be trained in the design of processes and choice of materials for specific applications.

Students will be trained as engineers with skills and knowledge for developing, monitoring and optimizing various processes in the manufacture of metals and materials and in other manufacturing industries where the processing of materials plays a crucial role.

They will learn the recycling and recovery of materials from waste and lean sources.

They will acquire skills to apply scientific reasoning to industrial situations.

They will acquire expertise in the advancement of knowledge through scientific research leading to employment in research organizations in India and abroad.

They will be trained at internationally competitive levels facilitating admission to higher studies in internationally reputed universities in India and abroad.

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What opportunities might it lead to?

There is no limit to the opportunities available for and the importance enjoyed by the Materials Engineer. There are a wide variety of career opportunities available for them. The engineers are employed by manufacturers of metals and alloys such as steel industry, aluminium manufacturers, copper smelters and also by manufacturers of metallic components such as foundries, forging industries and powder metallurgy operators, etc. They are in demand in industries such as automobile industry, transportation, power, oil industry, nuclear power plants, etc. where fabrication, operation and maintenance of critical metallic components call for specialist knowledge of metallurgy. One can become an entrepreneur or can provide consultancy to smaller firms with sound knowledge and skill in metallurgy and materials engineering. Similarly, Electronics, Space, Bio-Medical, Energy Industries have a huge demand for Materials Engineers. These engineers can seek admission to prestigious international universities after graduation and can rise to become illustrious engineers.

Major Fields where the graduates can find employment are:

  • Metallurgist
  • Process Engineering / Corrosion Engineering
  • Non Destructive Testing Specialist
  • Heat Treatment Specialist
  • Mineral Process Engineering / Ceramic Engineering
  • Polymer Engineering / Welding Engineering
  • Composites Engineering
  • Semiconductor Processing Engineering
  • Quality Planning Engineering
  • Ballistics Engineering
  • Metallurgical, Materials Research and Development Laboratories
  • Bio-medical engineering
  • Nuclear energy field
  • Space research / Aeronautics
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Eligibility

Student must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with Physics, Mathematics, and English as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or any technical vocational subjects as optional with a minimum of 60% marks (55% in case of SC/ST) taken together in Physics, Mathematics and any one of the optional subjects.

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Campus

Study Campus

  • JGI Global Campus
  • School of Engineering & Technology
  • NH-209, Bangalore - Kanakapura Main Road
  • Jakkasandra Post, Kanakapura Taluk
  • Ramanagara District - 562 112



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Admissions

Admissions Office

  • JGI Knowledge Campus
  • # 44/4, District Fund Road
  • Jayanagar 9th Block Campus
  • Bangalore - 5600 69
  • P +91 80 46650130



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Curriculum Structure & Teaching

I & II Semesters (Common to all the branches)

Physics Cycle

  • Engineering Mathematics –I
  • Physics
  • Communicative English
  • Problem Solving Through Programming
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Physics Lab
  • Problem Solving Through Programming Lab
  • Communicative English Lab

Chemistry Cycle

  • Engineering Mathematics – II
  • Chemistry
  • Basics of Electrical Engineering
  • Workshop Practice
  • Sociology and Elements of Indian History for Engineers
  • Chemistry Lab
  • Electrical Engineering Lab

III Semester
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Economics for Engineering
  • Metallurgical Thermodynamics
  • Chemical Characterization of Materials
  • Introduction to material Science
  • Materials Characterization & Testing Lab
  • Mechanical Metallurgy Lab
  • Mandatory Course
    - Energy Studies

IV Semester
  • Testing of Materials
  • Minerals processing
  • Fuels Furnaces & Refractories
  • Principles of Extractive Metallurgy - I
  • Iron Making
  • Business Communication and Presentation skill / Professional Ethics
  • Metallography - Lab
  • Ore Dressing Lab

V Semesters
  • Mechanical Working Processes
  • Theory & technology of Heat treatment
  • Steel Making
  • Phase Diagrams & Phase Transformations
  • Metal Joining
  • Principles of Extractive Metallurgy-II
  • Mechanical Working Process Lab
  • Heat Treatment Lab

VI Semester
  • Foundry Technology
  • Corrosion Engineering
  • Deformation Behavior of Materials
  • Computer Programming and Applications in Metallurgical Industries
  • Elective - I
  • Elective - II
  • Foundry Technology Lab
  • Non Destructive Testing Lab

Elective - 1

  • Polymers( Rubbers & Plastic)
  • Experimental Theory of Alloys & Alloy Design
  • New & Emerging Manufacturing Technologies

Elective - 2

  • Composite Materials
  • Design & Applications of Engineering Materials
  • Additive Manufacturing

VII Semester
  • Elective - III
  • Elective - IV
  • Elective - V
  • Elective - VI
  • Open Elective - I
  • Open Elective - II
  • Project Work - I

Elective - 3

  • Nano & Intelligent Materials
  • Nuclear Metallurgy
  • Advanced Welding Process

Elective - 4

  • Ceramic Materials
  • Metallurgical , Fracture & Failure Analysis
  • Industrial Management

Elective - 5

  • Integrated Computational Material Science
  • Materials for Extreme Environment
  • Advances in Extractive Metallurgy
  • Elective - VI
  • Bio Materials
  • Transport Phenomenon in Metallurgical process
  • Surface Treatment & Finishing

VIII Semester
  • Open Elective-III
  • Open Elective - IV
  • Internship / Project work - II

Open Elective-III

  • Industrial Management
  • Design & Applications of Engineering Materials

Open Elective-IV

  • Composite Materials
  • Polymers (Rubbers & Plastic)