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Duration of Course 4 Years (8 semesters)

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Seats 30 only

  • Understand the fundamentals and applications of current metallurgical and materials science theories.
  • Gain knowledge in all fields of metallurgical discipline including extraction of metal the process and technilogy involved and their applications in various industries

DETAILS

Semester I  

Subject

  • Mathematics I
  • Physics I
  • English
  • Basic Electronics Engineering
  • Workshop Practices
  • Programming for Problem Solving
  • Indian Constitution

Practical

  • Physics Lab I
  • Basic Electronics Engineering Lab
  • English Lab
  • Programming for Problem Solving Lab
Semester II  

Subject

  • Mathematics II
  • Chemistry I
  • Design Thinking
  • Basic Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Environmental Science

Practical

  • Chemistry I Lab
  • Basic Electrical Engineering Lab
Semester III  

Subject

  • Physics of Materials
  • Mathematics III (Probability & Statistics)
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Human, Values & Ethics
  • Physical Metallurgy
  • Materials Thermodynamics

Practical

  • Materials Science Laboratory
Semester IV  

Subject

  • Biology for Engineers
  • Venture Ideation
  • Mechanical Properties of Materials
  • Introduction to Transport Phenomena
  • Materials Characterization
  • Phase Transformations

Practical

  • Material Testing Laboratory
  • Characterization Laboratory
Semester V  

Subject

  • Project I
  • Open Elective 1
  • Applied Numerical Methods
  • Environmental Degradation of Materials
  • Non Ferrous Extractive Metallurgy
  • Non-Metallic Materials
  • Introduction to Industrial Management

Practical

  • Corrosion Laboratory
  • Mathematical Modelling Laboratory
Semester VI  

Subject

  • Project II
  • Open Elective 2
  • Professional Elective 1
  • Professional Elective 2
  • Presentation Skills
  • Social Internship

Practical

  • Iron Making and Steel Making Technology
  • Manufacturing Processes
  • Materials Processing Laboratory
Semester VII  

Subject

  • Project III
  • Open Elective 3
  • Professional Elective 3
  • Professional Elective 4
  • Summer Internship

Practical

  • Process Design for Metallurgical Operations
  • Materials Modeling Laboratory
Semester VIII  

Subject

  • Project IV
  • Professional Elective 5
  • Professional Elective 6
  • Introduction to Instrumentation
 

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The international industrial trends predict India to be among the front-runners in the ferrous and non-ferrous sector owing to the much-anticipated growth of automobile, auto-parts, solar materials, construction and other industries. This growth potential envisages a resurgent metallurgical, material and advanced materials sector. In 2018, India become the world’s 2nd largest steel producer due to a host of government initiatives such as ‘Make in India’ which pushed the local steel demand.

 

Industrial Scope: The graduates in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering are readily absorbed as engineers/researchers in the following industries:

  • Steel & Stainless Steel Industries
  • Non-Ferrous Industries (Aluminium, Copper, Zinc, Gold, etc.)
  • Automobile Industries
  • Manufacturing Industries
  • Paints & Chemical Industries
  • Glass Industry
  • Oil & Gas Industries
  • Electronics Industry to name a few

Higher Education: Apart from the industrial jobs, graduates in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering have vast opportunities to pursue higher education in diverse inter-disciplinary fields such as:

  • Advanced Materials Technology
  • Electrical, Magnetic and Optical Materials
  • Computational Materials Science
  • Sustainable Development and Green Materials
  • Industrial Engineering/Management
  • Energy Storage Materials
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • And many more……………….
 

Semester

Tuition Fee (Rs.)

Academic Service Fee (Rs.)

Total (Rs.)

I

96,500

64,250

1,60,750

II

96,500

64,250

1,60,750

III

101,250

67,250

1,68,500

IV

101,250

67,250

1,68,500

V

106,250

70,500

1,76,750

VI

106,250

70,500

1,76,750

VII

111,500

74,000 185,500

VIII

111,500

74,000 185,500

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Minimum 60% marks in Classes X & XII and minimum 60% in PCM (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) in Class XII.
UPES Engineering Aptitude Test (UPESEAT) followed by Centralized Counseling

Test Dates:

Name of Program

Date of Test

Test Window

Duration

B.Tech All Streams 

13th May – 19th May 2019 (CBT) 
 

Date & Time to choose from website from 1st April, 2019 onwards

3 Hours

 

Last date to apply for B. Tech exam Category is 08th May 2019. UPES reserves the right to conduct UPESEAT II for the absentees of UPESEAT Exam I, before the declaration of results. The Merit List would be drawn in common for UPESEAT I and UPESEAT II.

Admit Card (to be downloaded from UPES website)

Admit card for B. Tech. CBT Test –

  1. Test date booking process will start from 1st April 2019 
  2. Admit card will be issued to students immediately after successfully completion of test booking process.
  3. Student applying through offline mode through OMR form, also follow the process of test date booking and to get Admit Card from 1st April 2019 

Note:

1. University reserves the right to increase or decrease test days/dates/number of test cities. Please refer www.upes.ac.in for updated information.

2. UPES will allot the test date and city as per the availability for the students who fail to choose the test date and city of their choice.

Scheme of Tests:

Sections No.of Questions
Mathematics 50
Physics 50
Chemistry 50
English Language Comprehension  30
Current Affairs Awareness 20
Total no. of Questions 200