Department of Metallurgical Engineering

  • Metallika 2018

  • 2K Run Smurthi 2018

  • Annual Day celebrations 2019

  • Annual Day celebrations 2019

  • AYAS 2020

  • AYAS 2023

       The B.Tech in Metallurgical Engineering was started in 1989. The Department started functioning independently from 1992. Now the Department has a separate building shared with well-established labs. The Department is growing steadily and has its own Computer laboratory besides the Departmental Library. The department is also offering the following programmes, Ph.D - Regular(Metallurgical Engineering) which started in the year 2013 onwards and Ph.D – Part Time  (Metallurgical Engineering),and PG - Part Time (Industrial Metallurgy) started in the year 2010.


     To impart quality education in Metallurgical Engineering and constantly pursuing excellence by upgrading knowledge, skills and attitude useful to Industry, Academic and Society.


1. To produce graduates having professional excellence in Basic Sciences and Metallurgical Engineering with concern towards society.

2. To provide a scientific environment, to help meet the desires and needs of students and faculty for enhancing research efforts and technological innovations.

3. To provide technical support to higher education, industry and R&D units.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The metallurgical engineering program at JNTUH-CEH prepares graduates who can

1. Obtain good and high positions in public or private intuitions as engineers and researchers.
2. Follow higher education in prestigious universities and have a successful academic career.
3. Demonstrate advancement in their choosen career by upgrading their skills continuously.
4. Exhibit high ethical standards and responsibilities towards their profession and society.

Program Outcomes (POs)

PO 1 Engineering Knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals and ability to apply them to solve complex metallurgical phenomena.
PO 2 Problem Analysis: Identification and analysis of process - structure – property – performance correlation of metals and materials with the knowledge of science and engineering principles.
PO 3 Design/Development of solutions: Ability to design material systems, components, process to meet the desired needs within the realistic constraints of economic, public safety, environmental, manufacturability, and sustainability.
PO 4 Conduct Investigations of Complex problems: Design, conduct, analyze, and interpret the results of tests and researches in the field of metallurgical engineering and propose appropriate measures for efficient capacity utilization of systems; components and equipment etc. with minimum energy and rejects.
PO 5 Modern Tool Usage: Select and apply appropriate methods for analysis and characterization of materials to check the quality and performance and usage of modern tools to address the specific needs of metallurgical industries.
PO 6 The Engineer and Society: Propose appropriate measures for protection and modifying equipment, systems and processes from damage, degradation and inefficiency due to various physical, chemical and mechanical environments.
PO 7 Environment and Sustainability: Understanding the impact of various metallurgical processes on environment and suggest appropriate measures for viable alternatives and taking measures for reuse, recycle and reclamation of rejects and byproducts.
PO 8 Ethics: An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility towards engineering practice and profession.
PO 9 Individual and Team Work: Ability to function in diverse teams and works.
PO 10 Communication: Ability to effectively communicate in professional context through oral presentations and written technical reports as well as successfully work in group oriented tasks. 
PO 11 Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate the fundamental knowledge and skills associated with technical and management principles and application of them at individual and as member or a leader of a team and in multidisciplinary environment at various platforms.
PO 12 Life-Long Learning: Recognition of the need; ability and awareness to engage independently and exhibit creativity; innovations and proactive demeanor for engaging in lifelong learning.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO 1 Apply metallurgical principles to provide ecological and cost effective solutions for metal extraction and refining industries and manufacturing industries.
PSO 2 Identify, evaluate and modify existing materials and their behaviour with respect to structure – property – processing – performance applications and develop new materials that are sustainable, economical and eco-friendly with tailor made properties and applications.
PSO 3 Understand, evaluate, modify and design existing manufacturing processes, characterization techniques and develop new processes to specific engineering applications and ensure reliable and sustainable products.


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