The educational objectives for Ceramic Engineering program are designed to produce competent engineers who are ready to contribute effectively to the advancement of ceramic engineering causes and to accommodate the needs of the community.
Engage both traditional and emerging field of ceramics, to bring expertise and management skills in technocrats to contribute in industrial and society development.
- To provide student-center programs which ensure that graduates are accomplish in technical expertise, business practices in industrial management.
- Inculcate moral values through stories with lesson, pronouncements, rules, and warnings to mould students into better human beings.
- Collaborates with industry through practicum courses, seminars, workshops, and special events.
- Strategically invest for developing laboratory to enhance quality and efficiency in engineering practice.
- Create the path to improving communication and leadership skill by offering team building exercise, group presentation etc.
Program Educational Outcomes:
- To develop technical expertise with proper understanding of engineering knowledge, industrial project management, ethical responsibilities, leadership and communication skills.
- To develop conducive ambience for problems analysis and provide long term solution considering environmental protection and sustainable in the field of ceramic engineering using modern tool.
- To promote investigations for continuous upgradation and provide valid conclusions of complex problems in the field of ceramics.
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.
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.