B.tech in Metallurgical Engineering from recognized Technical Board/ Institute with not less than 50% marks
Diploma (Preferred)Job Responsibilities
• developing new test and repair processes
• investigating production problems.
Metallurgists study the properties of metals and then apply their findings to practical applications, such as metal production.
They work with a range of metals including copper, precious metals, iron, steel, zinc, and aluminum alloys.
Metallurgists can work in a number of areas including civil engineering, aircraft manufacture, automotive engineering, and the defense industry.
They might also be called materials engineers and will often find themselves working in a team made up of engineers, chemists, and other materials scientists.