SEMESTER-WISE PROGRAMME STRUCTURE OF 2-YR  (M.Tech.)Download Details
(Metallurgical Engineering) PROGRAMME (w.e.f. 2014-15)

Semester-I

Course Code
Course Name
L-T-P
Credits
DC.MT560.17
Metallurgical Thermodynamics and Kinetics
3-0-0
9
DC.MT561.17
Computational Methods for Metallurgy
3-0-0
9
DC.MT562.17
Computer Applications in Metallurgy Practical
0-0-3
3
DC.MT563.17
Materials Characterization
3-0-0
9
DE1
Departmental Elective
3-0-0
9
DE2
Departmental Elective
3-0-0
9
HU/L
Humanities/Language
3-0-0
9
 
 
 
 
 
Total credits in the semester
 
57
 
 
 
 

 Semester-II

Course Code
Course Name
L-T-P
Credits
DE3
Departmental Elective
3-0-0
9
DE4
Departmental Elective
3-0-0
9
DE5
Departmental Elective
3-0-0
9
DE6
Departmental Elective
3-0-0
9
DE7
Departmental Elective
3-0-0
9
DC.MT564.17
Materials Characterization Practical
0-0-3
3
DT
Thesis (One unit)
 
11
 
 
 
 
 
Total credits in the semester
 
59
 
 
 
 

Semester-III

Course Code
Thesis
L-T-P
Credits
DT
Thesis (Five units)
 
55
 
Total credits in the semester
 
55

 Semester-IV

Course Code
Thesis
L-T-P
Credits
DT
Thesis (Five units)
 
55
 
Total credits in the semester
 
55

Note:

The elective courses in the first semester must be chosen from the respective specializations (Alloy Technology/ Extractive Metallurgy). Out of the five elective courses in the second semester, students may be permitted to choose a maximum of two elective courses from outside the specialization (including those available from other Departments/Schools.)

Course Categories

  1. DC - Departmental/Programme Core (Compulsory for all students of the Department/School)
  2. DE - Departmental Elective (Can be selected from other Department/School)
  3. HU/L- Humanities/Language
  4. DT - Thesis

Credit Breakup

  1. Theory Credits: (57+48) 105
  2. Thesis Credits: (11+55+55): 121
  3. Programme Credits: 222-226. 226

Departmental Core Subjects

  1. DC.MT560.17: Metallurgical Thermodynamics and Kinetics
  2. DC.MT561.17: Computational Methods for Metallurgy
  3. DP.MT562.17: Computer Applications in Metallurgy Practical
  4. DC.MT563.17: Materials Characterization Techniques
  5. DC.MT564.17: Materials Characterization Practica 

Departmental Elective Subjects

  1. Specialization: Alloy Technology
  2. DE.MT501.15: Solidification Processing
  3. DE.MT502.15: Heat Treatment of Advanced Ferrous Alloys
  4. DE.MT513.15: Near- net Shape Processing
  5. DE.MT514.15: Surface Engineering
  6. DE.MT521.15: Nanostructured Materials
  7. DE.MT522.15: Intermetallics
  8. DE.MT523.15: Advanced X-Ray and Electron Metallography
  9. DE.MT524.15: Failure Analysis
  10. DE.MT565.17: Thermodynamics of Phase Equilibria
  11. DE.MT566.17: Deformation Behaviour
  12. DE.MT567.17: Fracture Mechanics
  13. DE.MT568.17: Metal Joining Technology
  14. DE.MT569.17: Science and Technology of Solidification
  15. DE.MT570.17: Structural Phase Transformations
  16. DE.MT571.17: Tribology of Composites

Specialization: Extractive Metallurgy

  1. DE.MT511.15: Plasma Technologies for Metallurgical Applications
  2. DE.MT512.15: Alloy Steels Production Technology
  3. DE.MT572.17: Alternative Methods of Iron Making
  4. DE.MT573.17: Raw Materials Preparation for Iron Making
  5. DE.MT574.17: Hydrometallurgy
  6. DE.MT575.17: Kinetics of Metallurgical Reactions
  7. DE.MT576.17: Production of Alloy Steels
  8. DE.MT577.17: Plasma Technology for Metallurgical Applications
  9. DE.MT578.17: Physical Chemistry of Metallurgical Processes
  10. DE.MT579.17: Advances in Production of Non-Ferrous Metals
  11. DE.MT580.17: Transport Processes