Syllabus and Subjects for Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] + Master of Technology [M.Tech]:

  • The latest trends and demands of industry are kept in mind while designing the syllabus for Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] + Master of Technology [M.Tech]. It is revised on a regular basis as per the demands of the industry.

  • The course aims to prepare the students to apply the knowledge gained to solve the problems faced by different industries.

  • The syllabus covers core courses, electives and practical. The delivery method of this course offers a balanced approach by incorporating practical subjects along with classroom lectures.

  • The syllabus of different institutes might differ from each other. Yet, some subjects remain the same in most of the institutes.  A brief summary of such subjects is given below:

B.Tech + M.Tech Syllabus




Physics of Materials

Failure of classical physics, black body radiation, Planck postulate, early experiments exhibiting quantum effects, Photoelectric effect, Davisson-Garmcr results, Compton shift

This paper focuses on imparting concepts and awareness to students on the physics of materials.

Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Materials

Heterogeneous & homogeneous systems, Extensive & intensive properties, Simple equilibrium, First law of thermodynamics, constant volume & constant pressure processes, Spontaneous process

This paper aims at equipping the students with the basic knowledge revolving around thermodynamics and kinetics of materials.

Industrial Economics

Definition and scope of engineering economics, demand, supply, cost, competition, national income, inflation, functions of RBI, Indian tax system

The purpose of this paper is to impart the basic knowledge of the economic aspects of industries and its applications in metallurgical engineering.

Phase Equilibria in Materials

Iron-carbon phase diagram & microstructures of plain carbon steel & cast iron, Non-equilibrium structures, Binary ceramic systems, Phase rule, Lever rule & free energy of phase mixtures

The objective of this paper is to acquaint the students with phase equilibria in materials.

Fundamentals of Materials Processing

Overview of various processing methods for materials, Solidification processing, moulding methods,  micro macrosegregation in alloys,

The aim of this paper is to familiarize the students with the fundamentals of materials processing.

Phase Transformation in Metals

Thermodynamic order of transformations, the theory of nucleation -kinetics of homogeneous, transient & heterogeneous nucleation, Theory of thermally activated growth

This paper provides an insight into the fundamentals of phase transformation in metals.