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The department. of Metallurgical Engineering was established in 1956 with the purpose of imparting excellent training to students who would be able to join several industries as qualified engineers, dealing with the production and processing of metals and alloys including foundries, rolling mills and fabrication shops. The focus of post graduate degree is mainly fixed to train qualified metallurgical engineers for state of art technologies at different Indian metallurgical industries.

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Vision :

To achieve global excellence in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering education and research.

To be the destination for students, researchers and faculties for the pursuit of academic excellence, technical innovation, and industrial professionals for knowledge based resources.

Mission :

To promote quality education and research in the frontier technological areas for catering the industrial requirements and to accept the challenges of changing global technological and societal needs.

To interact and collaborate with national and international institutes, universities and industries for continuous development and growth in academics and research, and participate in the mission national mission programs.

To create academic and research ambience and infrastructure for independent and free thinking amongst students and researchers for scientific and technological innovations.

To maintain an atmosphere for promotion of human values, ethics and environmental security.

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Head Of The Department : Prof Pravash Chandra Chakraborti
Ph.:033-2457-2325 (HOD), 033-2457-2265 (O)
Email: hod@metal.jdvu.ac.in


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Faculty Summary Full Time
No. of teachers with Ph.D / D.Sc. as the highest qualification 5
No. of teachers with First class Master Degree as the highest qualification 4
Professors
Photo Name / Qualification Telephone No. /  Email ID Specialization
Akshay Kumar Pramanick
M.E.
2457-2174
akpramanick@metal.jdvu.ac.in
Physical metallurgy/ Corrosion
Pravash Chandra Chakraborti
Ph.D.
2457-2178
pcchakraborti@metal.jdvu.ac.in
Mechanical Metallurgy/ Physical Metallurgy/ Fatigue & Fracture
Rajib Dey
Ph.D.
+91 33 2457 2181 (Direct)
rdey@metal.jdvu.ac.in / rajib.dey@gmail.com
Iron & Steelmaking, Non-Ferrous Technology, Foundry Technology, Nanobiotechnology, Bio-Materials
Subir Paul
Ph.D.
91-33-2457-2185
spaul@metal.jdvu.ac.in
High Energetic Materials for Fuel Cell
Renewable Energy from Bio fuelFuel Cell
Electrochemistry & Corrosion
Modeling,Simulation,Life Prediction
High Corrosion Resistant Bio materials
Hydrogen Energy from Green Algae
Fuel Cell & Materials for Green Energy
Renewable Energy from Biomass
Cathodic Protection Design Software
Green Inhibitors against Corrosion
Materials Recovery Electronic waste
Extractive Metallurgy
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Assistant Professor
Photo Name / Qualification Telephone No. / Email ID Specialization
Amrita Kundu
Ph.D.
+913324572178
akundu@metal.jdvu.ac.in/ akundu05@gmail.com
• Mechanical behaviour of Materials
• Thermo-mechanical processing
• Phase transformation
• Welding and joining
• Residual stress characterisation using neutron and synchrotron X-Ray diffraction
• Nuclear materials
• Material characterisation
Sathi Banerjee
Ph.D.
913324572184
sbanerjee@metal.jdvu.ac.in
Heat treatment of Metals and Alloys;
Corrosion; Nanomaterials
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Degrees Offered/Intake
  Degrees Offered Intake Capacity
Bachelor in Metallurgical Engg. (4 Year)34
M.E in Industrial Metallurgy (2 year)12
M.Tech in Material Engineering (2 Year)20
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Syllabus & Curriculum For PG Level
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Research Activities
Phase Transformation in Metals
Fatigue and Fracture of Metals and Materials
Corrosion Behavior
Protection against Corrosion of Metals and Materials
Stress Corrosion Cracking
Corrosion Fatigue Behavior of Heat Treated and Welded Specimens
Process Metallurgy and Kinetic Behavior of Metallurgical Processes
Bioleaching of Minerals
Preparation and Characterization of Glass and Nanocomposites
Surface Engineering
Non-destructive Evaluation for Assessment of Fatigue Damage
Joining of Materials
Upgradation of low grade ore and subsequent metal exhaction
Foundry Design
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Laboratories Equipment
  Laboratories Equipment
Chemical Analysis Wet Chemical Analysis infrastructure; Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer; IR
Spectrophotometer, UV-Vis, Scanning electron microscope (SEM) with EDAX, FESEM
Computer Lab A fully integrated LAN with Pentium III & Pentium IV units, with standard Computational Software and Internet.
Electro – Chemistry & Corrosion Stabilised D.C Supply; Potentiostat; Conductivity measurement Bridge; Stress Corrosion &
Corrosion Fatigue Measurement setup.
Extractive Metallurgy Laboratory Resistance Tube Furnace; Tube Furnace with Gas Cylinders, Vacuum Pump; Temperature
Indicators & Controllers; Leaching Unit.
Materials Laboratory High Temperature Atmosphere Control Furnace; Drier; BOD Incubator; High pressure
Reactor; Humidity Control Chamber; Dt–40 Gas Chromatograph, TG-DTA
Material Processing Laboratory Arc Welding equipments: MMAW, GMAW, GTAW, SAW; Diffusion Bonding
Setup; Wear (ASTM 665) & Erosion Testing (ASTM) setup; SSRT; LCF.
Mechanical Metallurgy Laboratory Hardness, Impact, Fatigue; Instron; Hot& Cold Rolling Mill; Wire Drawing unit;
Hydraulic Press.
Metallographic Laboratory Optical Microscopes (Research & Bench type); Standard Polishing and Dark room
Facilities; Scanning Electron Microscope.
Mineral Dressing Laboratory Crushing; Sizing; Grinding; Classification; Mixing units; Flotation; Jigging; Magnetic
Separator
X–ray & Metal Physics Laboratory Rigaku Ultima Diffractometer 1840; Powder Diffraction Cameras; Laue Camera;
Radon House X-ray Generator for Camera work; High Vacuum Coating Unit; (VICO &
Polaron); D.E Electromagnet with Flat & Tapered Pole Pieces and Measurement
arrangements containing Ballistic Galvanometer; Hall Probe Gaussmeter, Demagnetiser;
Pulse Field Magnetiser; Waveform Generator – Amplifier; Oscilloscope combination for
Eddy Current Studies; Single Pan Suspension Balance; Ultrasonic Tester with Probes;
Resistivity Bridge; Dilatometer.
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Paper Published
Year Number
20187
20175
201627
201512
201430
201325
201211
201120
201015
20095
200811
20079
20065
20058
20047
20035
20021
20011
20003
19991
19981
19961
19951
19933
19921
19913
19861
19811
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Awards and Honours
Year Number
20173
20121
20111
20102
20091
20084
20061
20053
19961
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PHD Thesis Completed
Year Number
20181
20172
20165
20155
20145
20123
20111
20103
20095
20085
20072
20061
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Collaborative Programs
Year Number
20161
20151
20142
20102
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Seminars Organized
Year Number
20188
201710
201610
20153
201410
20136
20127
201110
20107
20097
20084
20074
20068
20051
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