The Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering boasts a legacy of around seven decades of pedagogy and research in metallurgy and materials engineering. Like most of the other similar programs around the globe, the department was founded with the aim of excelling in activities on mineral processing, extractive metallurgy, and mechanical metallurgy. Over the years, the department has established its forward-looking characteristics by diversifying into numerous areas like energy materials, biomaterials, ceramics & composites, electronic and magnetic materials, and computational modeling - an approach that has served as a template for the wider academic community throughout the country.
The Department had its inception in 1954. Over the years, the Department has developed excellent expertise in the areas of Extractive and Physical Metallurgy, Manufacturing Processes, Mechanical Behaviour of Materials, Nano-Science and Technology, Modelling and Simulation, Surface Engineering, Powder Metallurgy and Environmental Degradation of Materials. The Department takes pride for its wide spectrum of state of the art laboratories both for teaching and research purposes. Keeping its traditionKNOW MORE