Ceramic engineers are specialized materials engineers who work with ceramics, which are nonmetallic, inorganic materials that are processed at high temperatures. Glass, porcelain, brick, and cement are all examples of ceramics. Ceramic engineers develop new ceramic products as well as methods and equipment for processing ceramic materials. They work with a wide variety of products, ranging from glassware and electronic components to nuclear reactors and linings for blast furnaces and jet engines. Most ceramic engineers are employed in the stone, clay, and glass industries. Others work in industries that use ceramics, such as the aerospace, iron and steel, and chemical industries. Some ceramic engineers teach and do research in universities. Others work for government agencies and research centers.
Coming to the internship levels for the ceramic engineering, he/she can join any company as an intern and work with them for a certain range of months during their study period as the will get an hang on idea about their work.
This exam is an national level exam to get admitted for the institutes of NIT's, IIIT's and all other colleges too.. as to get admitted for the Btech computer science engineering courses. This exam is widespread and each student must prepare hard from Class 11 with science course till their examinations.
This exam is also conducted to get admission for Btech Computer science courses but to join only for IIT’s. This exam can be attempted only if the candidate clears JEE mains exam.
The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering is an examination conducted in India that primarily tests the comprehensive understanding of various undergraduate subjects in engineering and science for admission into the Masters Program and Job in Public Sector Companies.
These are the 3 main exams and also other State level entrance exams are also conducted to secure admission for these ceramic engineering courses. .