Add comment April 26th, 2010
The details of the course is at http://www.immt.res.in/academic/. It looks like a very good program to pursue and should lead to jobs in the various mining and mineral processing plants (including steel and aluminum plants) in Orissa. Following is the program structure.
Duration : The PG Diploma programme will be of one year duration, consisting of two semesters. Both theory classes and practical demonstrations will be taken up during the 1st semester for six courses. During the 2nd semester, the students will be carrying out project work.
|Subject Code||Subject Title|
|ME-02||Comminution, Classification & Agglomeration|
|ME-04||Surface Phenomena & its Application|
|ME-05||Environment & Waste Treatment and Corporate Social Responsibility|
|ME-06||Computer Application in Mineral Processing|
|Mineralogical characterisation||Agglomeration||Magnetic Separation||Jigging||Fluidisation|
|Comminution||Dewatering||Specific Area Measurement||Tabling||Electrostatic separation|
|Size separation||Flotation||Pychnometry||Process Simulation||Fine particle separation|
Project work to be carried out either at IMMT for students enrolled in ‘non-sponsored’ category or at respective industries for students enrolled in ‘Sponsored’ category.
Add comment May 5th, 2009
Walk-in interview during Dec 8-13 for 50 research positions at IMMT (Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology) Bhubaneswar
1 comment December 2nd, 2008
Research at IMMT (Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology) goes way beyond materials and minerals
Following is an ad from Samaja.
1 comment May 1st, 2008
Add comment October 26th, 2007
Following is a list of research institutes in Orissa which I earlier compiled at http://orissalinks.com.
Initiatives and projects (many higher education related) during the 1961-1967 tenure of Biju Patnaik
Yesterday’s Dahritri has a column by senior columnist Barendra Kumar Dhal [1,2,3,4,5,6] where he lists the various initiatives and projects taken up during Biju Patnaik’s government of 1961-67. I am amazed by the list which includes many HRD institutions. Here are some of the highlights.
- Paradeep Port
- Daitari-Paradeep highway
- Mig factory in Sunabeda
- Rourkela Steel Plant
- Regional Research Laboratory
- Regional College of Education (Now called Regional Institute of Education)
- Berhampur University
- Sambalpur University
- Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology
- Sainik School
- Baragarh Cement factory
- Various factories of IDC
- Orissa textile mills (OTM)
- Kalinga Tubes
- Kalinga Iron works
3 comments April 24th, 2007
RRL (Regional Research Laboratory) in Bhubaneswar “upgraded” to Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology (IMMT)
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) aims to provide scientific industrial R & D. It had many central, national and regional research laboratories, including a regional research laboratory (RRL) in Bhubaneswar. In early March the name of all the five RRLs in Bhubaneswar, Jammu, Bhopal, Johrhat and Trivendrum have been changed.
* RRL Bhubaneswar’s name has been changed to Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology (IMMT).