Metallurgical & Materials Engineering

About Us


Brief Outline of the Department
The Department, which started its journey in the year 1960, presently offers B.Tech. (Metallurgical and Material Engineering), M.Tech. (Metallurgy and Materials Technology) and Ph.D Programme. The Department maintains high level of interactions with other academic institutes (IIT Kharagpur, Jadavpur University, IIEST (Shibpur) and NIFFT (Ranchi)), CSIR Laboratories, SAIL and other steel plants in India. At present, fifteen highly qualified and dedicated faculty members are serving this Department.


Teaching & Research Activities
The teaching at B.Tech level focuses on the fundamental knowledge base development in various areas of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, such as, Extractive Metallurgy, Physical Metallurgy, Mechanical Metallurgy and Corrosion Science and Engineering. M.Tech level teaching emphasizes on advanced knowledge input in new material development and latest techno-scientific progress in Metallurgical Industry. The research activities of the Department are centered on B.Tech and M.Tech Projects, Ph.D Programmes and sponsored research projects. Many research papers have been published in reputed peer reviewed Journals.




Development of techno-scientific knowledge-base to impart quality education to students at all levels (UG, PG and PhD) with an augmented focus on research and innovation in various fields of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering so as to cater the need of Industry and society at large.




  1. To develop students possessing strong knowledge-base who will cater Industry, Academia and Research organizations in various fields of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering as highly qualified, skilful and motivated manpower.
  2. To pursue inventive research in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering that would support the growth of nation.
  3. To enhance internal revenue generation through sponsored research, consultancy & testing and continuing education programme.
  4. To interact with global scientific community through (i) collaborative research and (ii) participating/organizing seminars, conferences etc