Mining & Merallurgical Engineer - Career Queries

Mining or metallurgical engineers are the ones who studies about the various metals. Mining engineers designs systems that are used to locate and extract the natural resources. They develop the new mining equipment which helps in executing the mining procedure safe and efficient. Metallurgical engineers do the mining, extraction, design and processing of metals and also they observe the reaction takes place due to the changes occurs in environment. In manufacturing companies, they observe and find out the solution for the complex problems. They deal with all the stages of the production and application of metals and their alloys.

Dear Student, if you wish to pursue engineering and that to in mechanical branch, then first of all you must fortify your PCM, for this you may follow NCERT books which are an ideal choice and the content in these books is quite satisfactory as well as helpful in appearing in tests like JEE/AIEEE etc. Thereafter if you have some desires to join a particular institution, you may download the syllabus and recommended books and be on your toes to study well. Some renowned names of institutions may be mentioned over here for mechanical engineering, you may visit the official websites of these inst

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Mining & Merallurgical Engineer category

Hi Swarali, Good question! In 5 years time; if you are working for a large Computer organization; You are likely to end as one of the following; 1. Specialist/Architect: This is related to the work you have been doing and you become an expert in that segment and you will acknowledged as such. 2. Team Lead: If you display good teamwork and leadership skills in the first 5 years; then you are likely to elevated to a Team Lead position. You would be heading a team of 5-15 persons and are responsible for their work. If you want to grow in this direction; a MBA degree will be useful, along PMP cert

3 answers Vinay Wardhan in Mining & Merallurgical Engineer category

There are so many good things that you can do being a computer engineer, like -  you may be a programmer, ethical hacker, get a chance to work in the intelligence department, can work on projects like BCI - Brain Computer Interface etc, but to materialize all these things you nedd to join some reputed and renowned institution where you may get an exposure to excel in the field. You may choose any one out of - Quantum School of Engineering, Roorkee,...............Gitam Institute of Technology, Vishakhapatnam,.................Lovely Professional University, Phagwara,.............BITS, Mesra

3 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Mining & Merallurgical Engineer category

Regular working hours and day look very typical for others. It is quite speculative for you that they must be doing this and that and eventually you get inspired distantly it is good and bad both at a time. It is good if you are observing them with your analytically mind but bad if you are observing them and being inspired with your emotion and excitement and then decided to go for that this is called pre-mature decision. Such kind of speculation is always risky therefore you are advised to have a close look of such workforce at the deified place, then draw the interest of being an engineer.

2 answers manojjnu Kumar in Mining & Merallurgical Engineer category

Below are the [top 10 colleges/universities for Mechanical Engineering][1] in the world:1. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology):It is undoubtedly the best institute for [mechanical engineering.][2] The reason is the cutting edge ideas and their implementation at MIT is wonderful. Also the scope and opportunities for the students are vast and diverse in nature.2. Stanford University: Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University is well known for its innovation and entrepreneurial ventures. The university is well known to come up with innovative ideas and convert those vivid dr

1 answer Deepak Rana in Mining & Merallurgical Engineer category

Hello, Thanks for Asking...!!   The Union Ministry of Human Resource (HRD Ministry) has decided that Class XII marks will not be a factor for determining rankings in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) for admissions to engineering undergraduate courses from next year.   You can read full details here - /   Best of Luck :)

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Hey Nikhil, Welcome to CG.com Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query. What to do after the Graduation is the major question that lies with the students. Students do not understand whether they should continue with the studies or should start with the job. I assume that you had completed your B.Tech in Civil Engineering. After Completion of the B.Tech in Civil you have many further study opportunities available for you . First is if you are getting a campus placement you can take the campus placement or else you can go with the Further Education. You need to be very clear with

1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Mining & Merallurgical Engineer category

Hello, Welcome to Career guide..... sorry for the call....can't get through... Coming to your query..... There are many courses and training available for oil and gas industry at diploma and masters level. Since you are already a b tech with two years of experience, a masters in oil and gas or petrochemical will add more value to your credentials. Alternatively you can go for an M.B.A. and switch for a management career in the same domain. Till then... Keep applying.... Wishing you all the best for career ahead...   Any Queries? Feel free to revert...           Re

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Hello Juliet,  You have a vast arrey of experience. But my question to you is how did you conclude your areas of interest?. And if you knew about it before why did youu opt for engineering and there after worked as a programmer after 10+years of work experience. Please note that this is not the time to look back. Any course you opt for now you would begin right from the scratch and would be considered a fresher. Your experience would be nullified. The only course you can opt for from your option is Psychology. You could opt for a masters in psychology or a course in guidance and counselin

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Mining & Merallurgical Engineer category

Dear Sagar,  After B.Tech so many career options are available like MBA, MTech, GATE, Jobs also If want to do MBA you have to give entrance examinations like CAT, GMAT, CMAT, XAT, SNAP, MAT etc. , on basis on your entrance score you will join  top Management colleges in India or abroad also. for M.Tech also you have to give GATE entrance after that you will eligible to take admission in Top Engineering colleges like IITs, NITs, BITs Pillani, Thapar Unviersity & many more. In fact if you clear GATE exam then you can directly join top companies like GAIL, BHEL, NTPC etc.   &nb

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Hello Raavi,  Looks like you are interested engineering but seem a bit biased. Choosng a specialization which is girl oriented does not seem good to me. If this is the case then please note engineering is a male oriented field. You can opt for ARTS stream which is purely female oriented. Please do not go with this thinking. Girls if passionate can work in any field they like . Hence I disagree with the above counselor for you to choose Computer science as a specialization.  Rather I would suggest read about the different specialization and what it entails in terms of skills and knowl

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Thanku sir.i have opted for IAS earlier.what i did in these 5 years was this only.now i am.looking forward to some specialisation course in cliyd administration.can u help me in suggesting how is it? And would it help me in future  

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Rather than analyzing the market trends i would suggest you take up career/s that you cherish and love. Not always a certain profession is Red Hot. Jobs which were trending 5 years back are now redundant/replaced with newer ones. That said, there are a few Skills/Expertise that are in demand with immense opportunities: Data Science / Big Data UI/UX Business Intelligence Business Development / Branding / PR / MARCOM Cyber Security Mobile App Dev (Android / iOS)  

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Hi Aniket It looks like you are more interested in the travelling and hence you want to choose the career of videographer. You need to undergo professional training for the same. You can complete under graduation course from a recognized media institute or film institute. Once you start working and gain experience, you can choose the type of work or shows you want to work on. Make sure you possess the necessary skills and approach for this field. Best wishes

1 answer Deepti Khandekar in Mining & Merallurgical Engineer category

Hello Anam It’s good to know that you wish to pursue post graduation course. First of all, check the policies in your current organization as nowadays, many organizations sponsor full time or executive MBA programs for their employees. There are various entrance exams like CAT, CMAT for admission to recognized MBA institutes. Hence, you need to decide whether you wish to go for full time MBA course or executive MBA course. Then you can decide about which entrance exam to opt for ans prepare accordingly. You may check few books that give information regarding MBA entrance exams. All the b

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