Dual Degree

Year-I

FIRST SEMESTER
PH1010 Physics I
ME1100 Engineerging Thermodynamics
MA1010 Functions of several variables
CS1100 Introduction to Programming
PH1030 Physics Lab I
NCC/NSS/NSO
Life Skills
WINTER 1
WS1010 Workshop I
SECOND SEMESTER
 PH1020 Physics II
MA1020 Series and Matrices
CY1001 Chemistry I
AM1100 Engineering Mechanics
ME1120 Engineering Drawing
MM*** Introduction to Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
NCC/NSS/NSO
 SUMMER-1
MM1020 Workshop II

Year-II

THIRD SEMESTER
Elective under S category
HS*** Humanities Elective
MM2*** Structure of Materials
MM2010 Principles of Physical Metallurgy
MM2*** Thermodynamics of Materials
CY1002 Chemistry Lab
FOURTH SEMESTER
Elective under S category
HS**** Humanities Elective II
MM**** Phase Transformations
MM2060 Transport Phenomena in Materials
MM**** Deformation of Materials

Year-III

FIFTH SEMESTER
MM3*** Materials Characterization
MM3090 Environmental Degradation of Materials
MM2080 Principles of Extractive Metallurgy
MM3010 Physics of Materials
HS**** Humanities Elective III
MM**** Processing Lab
SIXTH SEMESTER
MM3020 Ironmaking and Steelmaking
MM3070 Solidification Processing and Casting +
MM**** Deformation Processing and Forming
BT1010 Life Sciences
MM**** Computational Materials Engg Lab++
MM**** Characterization Lab

Year-IV

SEVENTH SEMESTER
Ecology and Environment
MM**** Nonmetallic Materials
MM5024 Numerical Methods for Metallurgists
MM5055 Thermodynamics and Kinetics
EIGTH SEMESTER
Professional Ethics
SUMMER
MM5*** Dual Degree Project Summer Phase

Year-V

NINTH SEMESTER
MM**** Dual Degree Project Phase I
TENTH SEMESTER
MM**** Dual Degree Project Phase II

 

* Students can enroll for elective credits subject to a maximum work load of 60 hours per week.

B.Tech + M. Tech students need to take all the three phases of the project, 25 credits of elective courses from “P” category and 91 credits of free elective courses.

B.Tech (Hons) + M. Tech students need to take all the three phases of the project, 52 credits of elective courses from “P” category and 91 credits of free elective courses.

Under the “P” category of electives, students can take a combination of practical courses and theory courses to complete the credit requirement.