Mining Engineering

high-technology business; mining today involves automated equipment, computer-aided design, and control systems. It is an industry committed to safety and environmental responsibility.

Students in mining engineering take courses in blasting/explosives, rock mechanics, economics, surface and underground mining methods, and many other branches of mining, business, and environmental issues, as well as core engineering courses in Mechanical , Civil ,Electrical and Chemical engineering. Computers are applied throughout the program, as they are in the industry.

Further Education

One can choose for M.Tech / MS in the field of Mining Engineering or one can pursue MBA with different specializations.

Careers in Mining Engineering:-

producing mine is only one of the many career opportunities that can follow a B.Tech. in mining engineering. Mining engineers are also found in specialist consulting firms, government agencies, mining equipment suppliers, and financial organizations.

Starting salaries in the mining industry are very competitive with respect to other engineering disciplines. The possibility of rapid career advancement in the mining industry is high, due to the small scale of many mining operations. Many engineers move into supervisory or management positions at a relatively early stage in their careers.

Mining Programs Intake/Seats
Diploma in Mining Engineering 60 Seats
B.Tech in Mining Engineering 120 Seats
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