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Department :: Metallurgical & Material Engineering
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.
Head Of The Department : Akshay Kumar Pramanick
Ph.: 2414-6940 (O)
Email: hod@metal.jdvu.ac.in


Departmental Research Publication
Faculty Summary Full Time
No. of teachers with Ph.D ^p D.Sc. as the highest qualification	11
No. of teachers with First class Master Degree as the highest qualification	7
Professors
Photo	Name ^p Qualification	Telephone No. ^p  Email ID	Specialization
	Dinabandhu Ghosh
Ph.D.	2457-2175
dghosh@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Metallurgical Systems
	GOPES CHANDRA DAS
Ph.D.	2457-2180
gcdas@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Ceramics, Nano materials, Materials Science
	Monoj Kumar Mitra
2457-2173
mkmitra@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Fatigue^pPhysical Metallurgy 
Nano-Composite
	Prasanta Kumar Datta
Ph.D.	2457-2176
pkdatta@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Solidification^pFoundry^pModeling
	Pravash Chandra Chakraborti
Ph.D.	2457-2178
pcchakraborti@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Mechanical Metallurgy^p Physical Metallurgy^p Fatigue & Fracture
	Prodyot Kumar Mitra
Ph.D.	2457-2177
pkmitra@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Corrosion^pEnvironmental Failure^pPhysical Metallurgy
	Siddhartha Mukherjee
Ph.D.	033-65128636
smukherjee@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Kinetics of Metallurgical Reactions^pSol-Gel Processing ^p Process Development^pNanocmposites
	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 
	Tapan Kumar Pal
Ph.D.	2457-2171
tkpal@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Welding Characteristics including fatigue & fracture of different similar and dissimilar metals and alloy. Development of coated electrodes for special steel and Austempered ductile iron (ADI).
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Associate Professor
Photo	Name ^p Qualification	Telephone No. ^p Email ID	Specialization
	Akshay Kumar Pramanick
M.E.	2457-2174
akpramanick@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Physical metallurgy^p Corrosion
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Readers
Photo	Name ^p Qualification	Telephone No. ^p Email ID	Specialization
	Rajib Dey
Ph.D.	2457-2181
rdey@metal.jdvu.ac.in	Iron and Steel Making, Foundry
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Assistant Professor
Photo	Name ^p Qualification	Telephone No. ^p Email ID	Specialization
	Amrita Kundu
Ph.D.	+913324572178
akundu@metal.jdvu.ac.in^p 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^pIntake
 	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 UG Level
	METALLURGICAL & MATERIAL ENGINEERING - Curriculum
	METALLURGICAL & MATERIAL ENGINEERING - Syllabus
	METALLURGICAL & MATERIAL ENGINEERING
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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
, 22-23, February 2013	1
2015	15
2014	34
2013	39
2012	24
2011	23
2010	21
2009	11
2008	10
2007	8
2006	5
2005	11
2004	10
2003	9
2002	4
2001	3
2000	5
1999	2
1998	1
1996	1
1995	1
1993	4
1992	3
1991	7
1990	2
1989	1
1988	1
1987	1
1986	2
1984	1
1982	1
1981	1
1980	1
1976	1
3
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Book Published
Year	Number
2013	1
2010	1
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Awards and Honours
Year	Number
2014	1
2012	1
2011	3
2010	1
2008	3
2006	1
2005	3
2001	1
1999	1
1990	1
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PHD Thesis Completed
Year	Number
6^p09^p2010	1
2015	5
2014	10
2013	4
2012	9
2011	3
2010	8
2009	7
2008	4
2007	8
2006	3
2005	2
2004	1
2003	1
2002	1
1999	1
1997	2
1996	1
1995	2
1990	1
1988	1
1987	1
1985	1
8
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Collaborative Programs
Year	Number
2009	2
2007	2
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Seminars Organized
Year	Number
2015	2
2014	5
2013	9
2012	5
2011	2
2010	2
2008	1
2006	1
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