Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), an Institute of National Importance, formerly known as Maulana Azad College of Technology (MACT), is India's one of the first eight Regional Engineering Colleges. The institute has been named after the great scholar, educationist, and the first Education Minister of Govt. of India, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The Govt. of India and Govt. of Madhya Pradesh jointly sponsored the Institute in 1960 to attract bright young students across the country. Presently, along with about 200+ faculties and 4000 students, the institute is successfully meeting the objectives of producing skilled manpower of the highest quality to cope up with the challenges of eve revolving industrial needs of the country.
The Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering(MME) was established in the year 2007 and is dedicated to the advancement of education and research in materials and metallurgical engineering. It had initiated teaching programs at the bachelor's degree level and master's degree level in 2007 and 2012 respectively.
At present, the department has a faculty strength of 10 (6 permanent and 4 on contract/adjunct). The department is in its initial growth stage and is supported by the eminent scientists, academia. The department is having a B.Tech programme on Materials & Metallurgical Engineering and one M.Tech Programme on Materials Science and Technology. The research interests of the department encompass advanced materials including nanomaterials, thin films, ceramics, polymers, structure-property relationships in metallic and non-metallic materials, and advanced composites, in addition to the core areas like process metallurgy, extractive metallurgy, physical metallurgy, and mechanical behavior of materials. The department has developed state-of-art facilities for materials processing and characterization to support academic programmes and research and consultancy activities. The faculties of the department are dynamic and enthusiastic to do research and consultancy.
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1 . Dr. Ramesh Kumar Nayak
Assistant Professor, MME
MANIT Bhopal(MP), India 462051
Mob. : +91 8763724080
2 . Dr Gaurav Dwivedi
Assistant Professor Energy Centre
MANIT Bhopal (MP), India, 462051
Mob : +91 9872193532
2 . Dr. Tikendra Nath Verma
Assistant Professor, ME
MANIT Bhopal (MP), India, 462051
Mob :+91- 9827183393
Dr. Bhim Singh
Chairman, BOG, MANIT
Dr. N.S. Raghuwanshi
Director, MANIT Bhopal
Dr. Sanjay Srivastava
Dr. K. R. Aharwal
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Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, known as the "City of Lakes" reflects the true combination of scenic beauty of historical and modern urban planning. The Bhopal City is very well connected via railway, road and air transportation services. Bhopal has domestic/international airport with good amenities that connects it directly to Delhi, Mumbai, Indore, Ahmadabad, and Hyderabad. The institute is about 9 km from Bhopal railway station, 07 km from Habibganj station, and 18km from Bhopal airport. Weather in Bhopal is normally pleasant in the month of June and temperature varies from 20-35°C.
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Air : Bhopal is well connected with daily flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Gwalior and Indore. MANIT is 16 Km from the airport.
Rail : Bhopal is best connected by train on the central and southern railways. It is well connected with trains from Mumbai, Bangalore to Delhi, Trivandrum etc. The Habibganj railway station is 5 kms & Bhopal railway station is 9 kms away from MANIT.
Bus : Bhopal is well connected with Bus service from Bhopal Transportation and Local transportation.
• From Bhopal Junction to Mata Mandir :SR3 and Bus No-3
• From Habibganj to Mata Mandir :SR3 and Bus No-2