Ceramic Department

Ceramic Engineering


Associate Professors

Assistant Professors

  • Dr. Prakash Singh
  • Assistant Professor & HOD
  • Ph.D., M.Sc., B.Sc., GATE, EFIP
  • psceramic@gmail.com, ceramic@cet-gov.ac.in
  • Mr. Sanjeet Kumar
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech. (Ceramic Engineering, IIT(BHU), 2011), B.Tech. (Ceramic Engineering, NIT- Rourkela, 2009), GATE
  • sanjeet.8028@gmail.com
  • Mr. Amit Kumar Sudhansu
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech., AME, Diploma
  • amitsudhansu@cet-gov.ac.in
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech from IIT(BHU),
    B.Tech in Ceramic Technology from GCECT, Kolkata
  • nayancct@gmail.com
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech.(2016)- Indian Institute of Technology(B.H.U.)
    B.tech(2013).- Govt. College of Engineering and Technology, Bikaner
  • mandan.rajesh@gmail.com
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.TECH., B.TECH.
  • ravimgodara@gmail.com
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech (2016) - Materials Science and & Engineering, IIT Kharagpur (W. B.)
    B.Tech (2014) - Department of Ceramic Engineering, Govt. College of Engineering & Technology, Bikaner
  • mr.surendra.jangu@gmail.com
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech.(2015)- Indian Institute of Technology(B.H.U.),
    B.tech(2013).- Govt. College of Engineering and Technology, Bikaner
  • vishwas.acharya59@gmail.com

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About Department

The educational objectives for Ceramic Engineering program are designed to produce competent engineers who are ready to contribute effectively to the advancement of civil engineering causes and to accommodate the needs of the community. These objectives are as follows:

  • To provide fundamental technical knowledge and skills in the areas of structural design, geo-technical and environmental engineering.
  • To provide skills and practical experience to fulfill their professional duties and responsibilities in teamwork, ethics, technical leadership.
  • To make the students be in a position to practice professionally in various positions in industry or government.
  • To mould the students to become future engineers, scientists, researchers, and innovators and to contribution to the society.

Classroom Teaching

The classroom sessions are interactive and encourage the students to think independently. The faculty ensures that the students in the class have understood the content. High level of discipline maintained in the classroom. Students are expected to maintain decorum in the classroom.Camera cell phones are prohibited in the campus. Students are advised not to carry cell phones to the classrooms and laboratories.

Special Features

Frequent visits to industry and an all-India educational tour form part of the programme, giving students a wide exposure. All undergraduate students also undergo a 6-week industrial training programme to gain vital practical and working knowledge.