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About

Mining engineering is a division of engineering which studies the techniques for extracting minerals from natural environment that involves the energy sources, non-metallic and metallic ores and solid fuels. The mining technique involves blasting, production, processing, drilling, marketing, extraction and development. Apart from these techniques the main task of mining engineers is to check that the project on which they are working is environmentally safe and not destroying the natural environment. Mining engineers must have the knowledge about the underground and opencast coal or ore mining. This field of work has a lot of job prospects as India is the land of natural resources.

Career

Some job profiles: -

 

  • Lecturer
  • Senior Mining Engineer
  • Short Term Mine Planner
  • Mining safety engineers
  • Coal Preparation Plant Manager
  • Mine Safety and Health Specialist
  • Process Plant Maintenance Foreman
  • Extraction Maintenance Superintendent

Job Prospects

Mining engineering is among the most lucrative career options and growth opportunities in India. Graduates after completion of their course in this field can seek employment in various departments of the mining industry such as operations, sales, management and engineering. Mines & Minerals Development Corporation and Mining Department of Union and State Government are constantly in need of experienced mining engineers. The width of subjects covered in the mining curriculum provides additional opportunities in allied fields.

Individual can also work as consulting engineer, rock engineering, mining manager and mine designer. Mining engineers can also choose to work with geologists in order to explore and assess new ore deposits or conduct research to create new and effective mining procedures and techniques. Professionals in this career can also opt for teaching jobs in universities and colleges. Private sector firms, as well as state and central organizations, rely on the services of mining engineers. In addition, one can get job in government sector concerned with mines.

Remuneration

The remuneration of a professional mainly depends on the factors such as the company, job profile, qualification, skills and work experience. Students holding a bachelor’s degree in mining engineering can expect income around Rs. 20, 000 to Rs. 25,000 every month in the beginning stage. A person with higher qualification degree or 2-3 years of experience can expect higher salary. Graduate trainees from reputed colleges get higher salary as compared to other engineering colleges.

Course Structure

Section-A
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
AMMI-1TRANSFORMS AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Download
AMMI-2MINE MACHINERY - I Download
AMMI-3MINING GEOLOGY - I Download
AMMI-4MINE SURVEYING - I Download
AMMI-5MINE DEVELOPMENT Download
AMMI-6MINE VENTILATION Download
AMMI-7SURFACE MINING Download
AMMI-8ROCK MECHANICS Download
AMMI-9UNDERGROUND COAL MINING Download

Section-B
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
AMMI-10MINE MACHINERY - II Download
AMMI-11MINING GEOLOGY - II Download
AMMI-12MINE SURVEYING - II Download
AMMI-13COMPUTER APPLICATION IN MINING Download
AMMI-14UNDERGROUND MINE HAZARDS Download
AMMI-15DIMENSIONAL STONE TECHNOLOGY Download
AMMI-16UNDERGROUND METALLIFEROUS MINING Download
AMMI-17ADVANCED METHODS OF MINING Download
AMMI-18MINE SAFETY ENGINEERING Download
AMMI-19ROCK FRAGMENTATION Download
AMMI-20MINE ECONOMICS & FINANICAL MANAGEMENT Download
AMMI-21MINERAL PROCESSING Download
AMMI-22ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT IN SURFACE MINES Download
AMMI-23MINE PLANNING AND DESIGN Download
AMMI-24MINE LEGISLATION Download
AMMI-25ADVANCES IN MINE VENTILATION Download
AMMI-26REMOTE SENSING AND GIS Download
AMMI-27EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS Download
PROJECTPROJECT WORK Download

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