Ceramic Engineering is a professional course that deals with creating inorganic and non metallic objects with crystalline structures using various techniques like precipitation and heating. These objects are used in making missile nose cones, gas burner nozzles, ballistic protection, nuclear fuel uranium oxide pellets, bio-medical implants and jet engine turbine blades.
What can I do (Roles Available) ?
Ceramic Research Engineer
Where can I work?
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
Institute for Plasma Research
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
Defence Research and Development Orgnaization (DRDO)
Defense Metallurgical Research Laboratory
nstitute of Seismological Research
Institute of Advanced
Research Manufacturing companies
Opportunity to work in cutting edge technology
Plethora of opportunities
High pressure job
Long working hours
Exposure to dangerous materials
Possibility of health hazards
Key Skills Required
Knowledge of materials & their properties
What Should I study ?
Class XII in Science stream; BE/B.Tech (Ceramic Engineering); ME/M.Tech (Ceramic Engineering); PhD.
Class XII in Science stream; BE/B.Tech (Metallurgy & Materials Engineering); ME/M.Tech (Ceramic Engineering); PhD.
"Class XII in Science stream; BE/B.Tech (Chemical Engineering); ME/M.Tech (Ceramic Engineering); PhD. "