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This eight semester undergraduate program opens up diverse avenues in the field of metallurgy. It provides you with the knowledge of different aspects of physical, extractive and mechanical metallurgy. Through this course you come to learn about the design, production and testing of different kinds of metals, compounds and alloys. Metallurgy is an emerging branch and in the years to come the role of metallurgy in producing metals or materials of the desired qualities will be of prime importance in many applications like aeronautics, aerospace, nuclear science, etc. Some of the topics which you will be covering during the course are material science, engineering mechanics, strength of materials, heat treatment, fluid mechanics, industrial engineering and some more. There are two kinds of metallurgy, ferrous and non-ferrous. The former is iron based and the other of different metals.
Metallurgical engineers can seek jobs in most metal based industries. There are many steel based companies in the country. A few among them are SAIL, Tata Steel and Jindal Steel. Similarly there are aluminium and copper based industries too. HINDALCO and NALCO are two famous government aluminium manufacturing countries. Cable manufacturing companies using copper as conductor material are also good opportunities for employment. With experience and suitable qualifications, metallurgy professionals can opt for an academic career in universities and colleges. Many in this field go for higher education like M.Tech and P.hD. After P.hD, lucrative research based careers open up for those willing to go abroad.
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