Friday, November 27, 2015

AJCE signs MOU with KEMPII

The department of metallurgy in AJCE has signed an MOU with KEMPII, the world wide giants in the manufacturing and supply of welding equipments. A new course is proposed to get started soon to impart welding training to students who want to start a career in welding.

The department express our sincere gratitude to KEMPII for showing interest towards kerala students and enabling them to be equipped with world standard facilities.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Welcome to the new bloods of AJCE..................

The Department of Metallurgy proudly welcomes the young bloods of AJCE, who is going to make India proud. Wishing all the very best for your successful career!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Prof.Brahm Prakash Memorial Materials Quiz

The department of Metallurgy, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, in association with Indian Institute of Metals, kalpakkam Chapter will be conducting a quiz competition for school students on 19th September, 2015.

The winners of the competition can participate in the national level competitions on 14th November at IGCAR, kalpakkam.

Official Welcome to new faculites

The department of Metallurgy proudly welcomes the new faculties to become part of a highly research and dedicated team of AJCE family.

The newly joined faculties are
1) Mr.Paresh.K.Mandal
2) Mr.Vijeesh Vijayan
3) Mr.Mebin.T.Kuruvila
4) Mrs. Pooja.M
4) Mr.C.V.Augustine
5) Mr.Vishnu Chandran.T.B

Thursday, June 25, 2015

NML - Remarkable achievement by S6 Metallurgy Students

The Department of Metallurgy proudly congratulate Paulson Varghese and Febin Joseph of S6 Metallurgy, who achieved the prestigious chance to do industrial training with scholarship for 2 months.
They were selected among many candidates all over India after thorough competitions, increasing the value of their achievement.
Once again congratulations to both of u!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Industrial Training for all students

The Department of Metallurgy heartly congratulate all the students of S6 and S4 Metallurgy who grabbed the opportunity to undergo industrial training at SAIL plant(Rourkela),and Autokast(Cherthala). You have made the department really proud!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

" Metallurgy bags a whooping 84% all pass in Sem 5 examinations, the best in the entire college"

The department is feeling proud in congratulating the S5 Metallurgy batch for the outstanding results in the last semester degree examinations. 

The metallurgy students secured an amazing pass percentage of 84%, the best in the college. Keep up the good work students.

Kudos to all the staff and students!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Paulson Varghese and Irfan.K.Moidu are the toppers in S5 and S3 respectively. Special Congrats to both of you.

***********Hearty Congratulations to the semester topers*************

The department of Metallurgy heartly congratulate the semester toppers of the previous M.G university B.Tech degree Examinations.

Shri. Vivek Baburaj  Semester toper (Metallurgy – S 1&2)
Shri. Paulson Varghese Semester toper (Metallurgy – S4)

The toppers were facilitated by the department.

!!!Cultural extravagenza by Metallurgy students!!!!!!!!!!!

Students of Metallurgy proved their cultural talents during the inauguration of the departmental association. Shri.Paulson varghese(S6 MT) and Shri.Vivek Baburaj(S6 MT) were exceptional in their performance.

" State Award for the Best NSS Volunteer bagged by AJCE Student"........................

Social commitment is what is lagging in students now a days. But, Metallurgy student proves it wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
The state award for the best NSS volunteer was bagged by Mr.Dileep Chandran( S6 Metallurgy). The whole department and the college heartly congratulate Dileep for this outstanding achievement.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Official release of first copy of Department news letter, “Mt Al Lr Ge”

The first copy of the department news letter was released on Mar 23, 2015 jointly by Dr.A.Sreekanth and Rev.Fr.Dr.Jose Kannampuzha, Principal, AJCE. The new initiative was well appreciated by the deans, HODs of all departments and the students. The news letter exhibited the various achievements of the students and department in the previous semester, together with some technical aspects on metallurgy.



Inauguration of Amaljyothi Metallurgy Students Association(AMSA), Mar 23, 2015

Amal Jyothi Metallurgy Students Association was officially inaugurated on Mar 23, 2015 by Dr.A.Sreekanth, Associate Dean, Students Welfare & Asst.Professor, CECASE, NIT Trichy, being the first in Kerala. The association aims to conduct technical symposiums, talks and workshops to boost the technical aspects, at the same time without compromising on the extracurricular interests of the students.  The function was succeeded by a Lecture on “Introduction to corrosion” by Dr.A.Sreekanth. The toppers in the examinations and Mr.Dileep Chandran(S6 MT, State award for NSS Volunteer) were given awards.  





Industrial visit for S4 & S6 MT batch to Autocast , Cherthala and HMT, Kalamaserry in Jan 2015

An industrial visit to Autocast and HMT were conducted in Jan 2015. The students were accompanied by Dr.K.G.Samuel, HOD, and other faculties of the department. The visit was really worth for the students, as they could observe the industrial aspects of foundry and castings at their finger touch. The visit was well appreciated by everyone.

Two day workshop on “FERROUS EXTRACTIVE METALLURGY-2015”, Jan 8-9 ,2015

A two day workshop on ferrous extractive metallurgy was conducted on behalf of Metallurgists’ desk in association with Department of Metallurgy, AJCE during Jan 8-9, 2015. The main objective of this workshop was to cultivate the knowledge of process metallurgy on metallurgical engineers and to know about an ancient field of metallurgy existing in India. Mr.Ashok k, CSIR-NML,Mr.R saravanakumar, Air Bus (IIT kanpur alumni), Mr.S Nagaraj, JSW steel ltd. were the resource persons. The workshop was well appreciated by the Principal, faculty and the students.

Welcome to the Department of Metallurgy, AJCE

B.Tech in Metallurgy is a 4-year undergraduate course in engineering. This unique stream in engineering helps students gain technical knowledge in diverse aspects of Physical Metallurgy, Extractive Metallurgy and Mechanical Metallurgy. The manufacture, design, production and testing of the metals and alloys and their deformation and failure mechanisms are the main contents of the course curriculum. 

The three main branches of metallurgy are Extractive Metallurgy (involves extracting metal from its ore), Physical Metallurgy (deals with solving problems of material selection, developing the sorts of metallic alloys needed for different types of manufacturing and construction work) and Mechanical Metallurgy (involves gathering information on mechanical properties and various types of material deformation and failure mechanisms). Metallurgy also encompasses study of exotic materials in pure and alloy form having numerous applications in various industries viz, Nuclear, Aerospace, Cryogenic, Petrochemical, Marine, Defense, Electronics etc. 

 It is one of the important and emerging branches of engineering with extensive applications demanding high performance materials for extreme temperature, fatigue and creep resistance, strength to weight ratio etc.