Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] + Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Metallurgical & Materials Science)

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The scope in metallurgical field is extremely diverse as metallurgical engineers are needed in any industry that is into trading, refining, extracting or manufacturing metals. It results in lucrative opportunities for metallurgical & materials science graduates in the industries and enterprises that are involved in manufacturing of metallic products. In such industries, there is a constant demand for metallurgical R&D lab technician, metallurgist, engineer-metallurgy, technical specialist-metallurgical engineering, ballistics engineer etc.

The need alloy and metal in the industry isn’t going to go down in the conceivable future. It translates into the longevity of career prospects in this field. The demand for metallurgical engineers is here to stay. For metallurgical & materials science graduates, exciting career options with handsome salary packages awaits.

The top recruiters who are on constant lookout for fresh talent in the field of metallurgical & materials science are:

  • Simplex Infrastructures
  • Ultratech Cement
  • Shapoorji Pallonji & Co.
  • ACC Limited
  • Nagarjuna Constructions Company
  • JMC Projects
  • Hindustan Constructions Company
  • Jaiprakash Assoicates
  • IVRCL Infrastructures and Project
  • Gammon

Job Profiles:

The job profiles offered to metallurgical & materials science graduates by top recruiters are displayed below in the figure.

Industry

Job Profile

Description

Construction

Construction Manager

Needs to take care of maintenance of construction projects undergoing and the metallurgical aspects.

Production

Industrial Engineer

Plans engineering activities and maintains engineering staff.

Production Manager

Entrusted with developing better and new ways of production in more efficient manner.

Engineering

Structural Engineer

Performs structural design and analysis calculations, coordinates with other disciplines and handles routine description.

Maintenance Engineer

Coordinates with the production team and ensures the smooth flow of the production process.

Process Engineer

Manages and provides efficient project support during the entire plan process.

Salary Trends

Recruiters offer lucrative salary packages to the metallurgical & materials science graduates. A salary trend for the same based on estimations is displayed in the chart given below:

salary graph for B. Tech + M. Tech metallurgical and materials science

Above chart shows salary trend according to job profiles. Apart from this salary data is affected by certain other factors like college reputation form which degree is completed, industry in which engineer gets a job and work experience. 

Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] + Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Metallurgical & Materials Science) : 8 answered questions

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Ques. Which is the better option, NIT JSR metallurgy or IIEST Shibpur metallurgy?

● Top Answer By Zakia Parween on 28 Jun 21

Ans. Having friends studying in both the colleges, It is suggested that you go for NIT Jamshedpur metallurgy would prove to be a better option because the placement records of the college are pretty good. More than 78-80% of students get recruited every year from this college and get offers from the core and non-core companies. It has also had the locational advantage of being situated in the city of Tata’s and companies like Tata Steel, Tata Tinplate, Tata Motors, and Tata metals recruit. The laboratories and campus infrastructure of the college are extremely good. IIEST has pretty good campus and has really great faculty members as well. For placement core companies like IOSL, Vedanta, etc visits the college’s campus for recruitment. Many consultancies and finance firms also recruit students from the metallurgy department of this college. Categories NIT Jamshedpur IIEST Shibpur Fees 7.16 lakh 1.36 lakh Lowest CTC 3 LPA 2.53 LPA Highest CTC 30 LPA 40 LPA Both colleges are good in their own ways. They can also be considered a good option for your education only after good research is being made in regard to your requirements. Ultimately it is your choice, but due to its locational advantage, I will suggest you go for NIT Jamshedpur.Read more
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Ques. How good is metallurgy in NIT Jamshedpur in terms of placement?

● Top Answer By Gaurav Kalsi on 29 Apr 21

Ans. NIT Jamshedpur is a tier- 3 Indian Engineering College and it fairs well compared to some other NITs like Raipur, Durgapur, Jaipur in terms of placements of Metallurgical branch students.  More than 100 companies pay a visit to NIT Jamshedpur each year to continue the recruitment. This number keeps on increasing every year. Non-core companies are known to offer 6-8 LPA whereas core companies offer 7-8 LPA.  A number of companies such as TATA Steel, TATA Tinplate, Vedanta group, JSW, JSL, etc regularly take a part in the NIT Jamshedpur’s recruitment.  TATA is known to recruit a maximum of its employees from NIT Jamshedpur. For the 2021 batch, the department witnessed 75% placements offers. The average package offered was 12 LPA. Jamshedpur in itself is fortunate to have a number of steel companies and therefore the metallurgy students here have that to their advantage. The exposure, the competitive environment ensure that students obtain a number of opportunities for training and internships. Moreover, this branch has a lot of scopes not just in our country but abroad too. Also, metallurgy is the oldest branch in NIT Jamshedpur.Read more
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Ques. How is metallurgy at NIT Jamshedpur?

● Top Answer By Sandhya R on 23 Apr 21

Ans. Every year this dilemma strikes most of the students whether to opt for a good NIT but not the branch of choice or branch of choice at any NIT. What you should know is apart from the top five NITs, all the other NITs are equivalent. Therefore, go for the branch of your choice. Now, answering that question that has been asked: Academics: The faculty of the metallurgy department at NIT Jamshedpur is good. They provide a good amount of and appropriate content for the courses. There is not much pressure on large assignments. You can take out time for other interests that you have apart from engineering. Placement: NIT Jamshedpur provides ample opportunities. Companies like Tata Steel and Vedanta Steel are the leading recruiting companies from the metallurgy department. You will also get a lot of opportunities in the non-core sector. Groffers, ZS Associates, Future First also recruit. Looking at the placements, the Metallurgy department at NIT Jamshedpur has been better when compared to other NITs. You can go for metallurgy at NIT Jamshedpur but, I will also suggest you give more preference to the branch of your choice.Read more
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Ques. How good is metallurgy in NIT Jamshedpur?

● Top Answer By Anil Tigga on 22 Apr 21

Ans. One of my friends who used to be a student in Jamshedpur says that all hostels of NIT Jamshedpur have equal value. The faculty is also experienced and good at teaching as far as the academic background is concerned. The faculty takes enthusiasm in its teaching and is also energetic. One of the teachers was not only the associate Dean but also the chief warden at the same time. There was also talk that he might just be the next Dean of the students’ welfare department. The cultural students, technical festival, sports meet, and alumni meet consist of a lot of students from the metallurgy. ‘Technica’ is also a popular event for metallurgy students. There are also technical teams like Daksh, Drift, Phoenix, etc where you can work in. Categories Metallurgy in NIT Jamshedpur Course Fee 7.16 lakh Placement Percentage 85% Highest CTC 11.3 LPA Average CTC 4.5 LPA Recruiting Companies Tata Steel, JSW Steel, Jindal Steel, Vedanta, L&T, etc. As for placements, the TATA Steel of the TATA group recruits students from the third year onwards through PPO or Pre Placement. Placement in metallurgy in NIT Jamshedpur is as high as 4.1 out of 5. Other companies that recruit students from this institute are Hindalco, JSW Steel, Vedanta, etc. The ‘Technica’ fest gives you the opportunity to participate in competitions and earn prizes, certificates, etc which can be helpful for you. Jamshedpur is a place where there are a lot of industries around so a lot of them come to the institute to offer jobs to the students.Read more
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Ques. Which is better IIEST Shibpur mining or NIT Jamshedpur metallurgy?

● Top Answer By Admin on 16 Apr 21

Ans. NIT Jamshedpur has an established brand name in the country. Students are tagged with “NITians”. This tag is beneficial for future training, internships, on or off-campus placements, and even in pursuing a management degree afterward. Professors & Faculty of NIT Jamshedpur: The professors impart decent knowledge to the students about their expertise core subjects. So, scoring marks is not a problem here. Some of the professors are adopting methods to revise the significant topics again and again. It decreases the workload of students. They can easily focus the first two years on pointing out their areas of interest and later two years in achieving their targets for their desired specialization. Placement Statistics of NIT Jamshedpur: As per the past few years of placements, there are core companies that visit the campus. They are TATA Steel, Vedanta, Hindalco, TATA Power, JSW, Usha Martin, etc.  In the metallurgy department, TATA Steel took only one candidate.  If students lack interest in this department then they can opt for off-campus placements too or else prepare for further studies. Winning Institute: As per the above perks, NIT Jamshedpur can be concluded better between both the listed institutes.Read more
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