BE Metallurgical Engineering

BE Metallurgical Engineering is an undergraduate Metallurgical Engineering course.  Metallurgical Engineering is concerned with the processing of all sorts of metal-related works. There are three main branches of the metallurgical engineering viz physical metallurgy, extractive metallurgy, and mineral processing. The Physical metallurgy is the study of metallic alloys needed for various types of manufacturing and construction. Extractive metallurgy deals with the extraction of metals from its ores. Mineral processing involves the tactics and methodologies involving collecting mineral products from the earth’s crust.

This course is full of the job opportunities. There are various leading MNCs where candidates can serve and even they can be employed by the various public sector undertakings of our country. The duration of the course is four years and the complete syllabus of the course is divided into 8 semesters.

BE Metallurgical Engineering Eligibility                       

  • Those candidates who have passed their Intermediate or H.S.C. (12th class) examination from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) are eligible for the course.

BE Metallurgical Engineering Syllabus

Following is the syllabus of the program:

Sem. I
Sr. No. Subjects of Study
1 Mathematics I
2 Humanities 1 (Elective)
3 Unified Electrical Engineering I
4 Engineering Graphics
5 Mechatronics
6 Physical Education II
Humanities 1 (Electives)
1 Women in Third World Development
2 Sociology
3 Micro Economics
4 Communication Skills
Sem. II
1 Mathematics II
2 Physics 1
3 Introduction to Manufacturing
4 Introduction to Computing
5 Introduction to Engineering design
6 Physical Education I
Sem. III
1 Unified Electrical Engineering II
2 Solid Mechanics
3 Chemistry I
4 Chemistry Lab
5 Physical Metallurgy
6 Thermo Dynamics and Kinetics
7 Workshop Project
Sem. IV
1 Physics II
2 Physics Lab.
3 Probability and Statistics
4 Physical Metallurgy Lab
5 Unit Opt. & Processes in Ext. Mett
6 Mechanical Behaviour of Materials
Sem. V
1 Humanities II (Elective)
2 Extractive Metallurgy Lab
3 Materials Science
4 Fluid Mechanics
5 Extractive Metallurgy Ferrous
6 Electrometallurgy and Corrosion
Humanities II (Electives)
1 Management Concepts & Practices
2 Entrepreneurship
Sem. VI
1 Elective I
2 Elective II
3 Elective III
4 Open Elective I
5 Open Elective II
Note: Four weeks Industrial Training with no Credits or Students who opt for Full Semester Industrial Training in lieu of 6th Semester.
1 Industrial Training
2 Capstone Project  I
Elective I, II & III
1 Powder Metallurgy and Particulate Systems
2 Mechanical Working of Metals
3 Recent Advance in Extractive Mett.
4 Materials Joining Technology
5 Foundry Technology
6 Ceramics
7 Composite Materials
Open Elective I & II
1 Metallurgy and Heat treatment
2 Failure Analysis
3 Total Quality Management
Sem. VII
1 Humanities III (Elective)
2 Examination and Testing  of materials Lab
3 Examination & Testing of Materials
4 Computer Aided Mett. Engg. Design
5 Phase Transformations and Heat Treatments
Capstone Project I / Elective I (for those who have completed )
Humanities III (Electives)
1 Economic Reforms in India
2 Business Environment and Industrial Legislation
Sem. VII
1 Humanities IV (Elective)
2 Processing & Characterization Lab
3 Research methodology and measurements
4 Engineering. Materials and Selection
5 Elective IV
6 Capstone Project II
7 Comprehensive Viva
Elective IV
1 Heat treatment Technology
2 Surface Engineering
3 Entrepreneurship

 

BE Metallurgical Engineering Colleges

  • Andhra University – AU, Vishakhapatnam
  • Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Howrah
  • Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Baroda
  • Punjab Engineering College – University of Technology, Chandigarh

BE Metallurgical Engineering Course Suitability

  • The candidates learn various process such as reducing corrosion, maintaining heat levels, and increasing the strength of a product etc.
  • Those who have the interest in to extract, refine, and recycle metals can go for it.
  • The candidates should have good communication skills, interpersonal skills and be able to work for the long hours without taking the rest.

How is BE Metallurgical Engineering Course Beneficial?

  • They develop skills in various metals extraction from the ground, its refinery process and making alloy to construct items from the metals.
  • They can go for the teaching profession after pursuing further programs such as M.E., M.Tech., M.Phil. and Ph.D.
  • The course is rich in employment as they get the opportunity to work with the top leading MNCs and public sector undertaking as well.

BE Metallurgical Engineering Employment Areas

  • Design/Construction Engineering
  • Colleges & Universities
  • Financial/Treasury Analysis
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Software Design & Development

BE Metallurgical Engineering Job Types

  • Ballistics Engineer
  • Welding Engineer
  • Plant Equipment Engineer
  • Researcher
  • Supplier Development Engineer
  • Senior Process Engineer
  • Quality Planning Engineer
  • Metallurgist
  • Metallurgical R&D Lab Technician
  • Engineer
  • Technical Specialist