State of the art labs
- Metallography lab
- Heat treatment lab
- Mechanical testing lab
- Welding lab
- Corrosion Lab
- Non-destructive testing Lab
- Foundry Lab
- Metal forming Lab
Think about it, the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, the Silicon Age, the major eras of civilization have always followed on the heels of new materials. What's next? Ask a Materials Science Engineer. Materials are key to the next generation of energy and defense technologies of medicine, transportation, and computers. Our work forms the foundation of all engineering. What does it take to build quantum computers? Or stronger but lighter vehicles or bio-chips to catch cancer cells? The engineering challenges we are facing demand stronger lighter, smarter materials, at less development time and a lower cost than the current approaches and industries need these materials.
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering break through the bottleneck, between today's challenges and tomorrow's solutions. We learn to understand, control, and change how the world works. Learning about how things work in detail, on a microscopic level, it changes the way we think. Here at Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, we are training the next generation of Metallurgical and Materials Engineers to work with industry, entrepreneurs, engineers, and scientists. Together, we'll tackle the materials of the future.
We're probably one of the most collaborative departments because we are needed in every other engineering disciplines in one way or another. We've got one foot inside the door of every industrial sector. You can be a physicist, a chemist, a biologist, and an engineer at the same time. We are a one-stop-shop. If you love science and you want to make the world a better place, the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering welcomes you to get inspired.
|Courses offered||Course Code||Duration||Seats|
|B. Tech in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering||MT||4 years||30|
|B. Tech in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering (Honours)|
|B. Tech in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering (Minor)|
Ever since the inception in 2012, the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (MME) has continued its glorious expedition, enlightening young minds to explore the world of materials. AJCE is proud to be the only college in Kerala offering this unique stream of engineering. Whether it is academic excellence or research outputs, the MME department is always in the forefront.
It is our mission to get established as a pioneer centre of knowledge and research activities in the field of materials science. We feel honoured to have an eminent team of proficient faculties who work persistently for elevating our students to greater heights in the discipline of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering.
The curriculum of our B. Tech program comprises of courses to provide expertise on the design, manufacture, material selection, testing and characterization of materials. Further, industry oriented course like nuclear metallurgy, corrosion engineering, deformation processing etc. are also taught to make the students industry ready. After successful completion of the course, students are presumed to have gained knowledge in extractive metallurgy, physical metallurgy and mechanical Metallurgy. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering is, in fact, the mother of all branches of engineering. Since no engineering is possible without metals and alloys, it is always considered as a most productive branch of engineering and science.
A modern metallurgist works on diverse fields like extractive metallurgy (pyro, hydro etc.), mechanical metallurgy, chemical metallurgy, physical metallurgy, process metallurgy, foundry metallurgy, powder metallurgy, welding metallurgy, nuclear metallurgy, metallurgical characterization, corrosion science, nano-structured materials, metallurgical failure analysis, archaeo-metallurgy etc.
Metallurgical engineering graduates can find a variety of job profiles to choose from. Companies from all sectors-including public as well as the private sector provide good openings for graduates in MME. India, with its rich metal and mineral resources offers plenty of jobs. The scope abroad too paints a positive picture for aspirants.
The various career prospects available for these graduates include:
1) Strain rate controlled universal testing machine (UNITEK 9400, FIE Pvt. Ltd.)
Data entry with numeric keyboard of test parameters (Speeds, rupture, % peak, pre load, modulus data, test data and specimen data)
Optional windows based software available for- Online graph on PC; Data analysis, Statistics, Point tracing superimposing graphs to compare with standard, zooming graph etc.
Printer port for printer interface with- Graph and result print-out, Test Certificate print-out, Batch certificate print-out, Simple statistics print-out.
2) Hardness testing machines
Vicker’s hardness testing machine (VM -50, FIE Pvt. Ltd.)
Rockwell hardness testing machine(TRB – 250, Fine manufacturing industries)
Optical metallurgical microscope (NIM – 110, QS metrology) with image analyzer for microstructural analysis
3) Start- of- art welding centre
Software assisted MIG welding machine (MinArc MIG – 2530, Kemppi), SMAW welding machine (master 2500 MLS, kemppi), TIG welding machine, MMA welding
7) Electrochemical Corrosion analysis (Electrochemical workstation: Model: Zive Sp1)
4) Non-destructive testing facility (Liquid penetrant testing, ultrasonic testing, magnetic particle testing)
5) Foundry lab: Various properties of sand
6) Heat treatment furnaces – Muffle and tubular furnaces for heat treatment up to 1400°C
Different universities in India and abroad offer various courses at the Masters level in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. Successful completion of the Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 45% (as is the minimum eligibility required in the majority of the universities) is the basic requirement. The following are some of the courses offered in the diverse fields in MME.
Vision building for metallurgy and materials science for India rests on those who dare to think and lead and not follow the known paths.
Course1 : Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) - Structural and Pipe 6G positions Duration: 16 weeks
Pre-requisite: A pass in 10th. Certification: Welder SMAW Suggested Course fee (Boys: Rs. 21,000/-, Girls: Rs. 19,000/-)
Course 2 :Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding / Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW/TIG) Duration: 16 weeks
Pre-requisite: Knowledge of SMAW Certification: Welder MIG/TIG Suggested Course fee: (Boys: Rs 21,000/- Girls: Rs 19,000/-)
Course 3: Advanced Welding Training Course
Pre-requite : Knowledge of SMAW, MIG and TIG welding Duration : 8 weeks Suggested Course fee: Rs. 15,000/-
The departmental association of MME, known by the name, “Syndicate of Metallurgical Engineers (SME)” serves as a platform for the students to take up industrial challenges and co-academic activities. It is a collective forum consisting of all the students and faculties of MME.
Head of the Department: Dr. John Felix Kumar
Area of specilization: Materials for energy devices
Contact - Ph. No.: + 91 +91 94455 22518
Faculty & HoD Room Location : Divisional Block C
Year of Establishment
B.Tech in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering – 2012