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Type of the institute: Government Funded Technical Institutions
Complete Mailing Address: Hatia, Ranchi - 834003, Jharkhand INDIA.
Contact Person For Admission: Prof. Binod Kumar
Designation: Dean (Academic)
Email: binodk.nifft@gmail.com
Alternate Email: binodkumar@nifft.ac.in
Phone Nos: 0651-2280859
Fax No: 0651-2290860
Mobile No.: 91-9934419234
About the Institute:

The Institute:


National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology(NIFFT) Ranchi under the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt of India is one of the premier Institutes committed to the task of nation building since its inception in 1966. In consonance with the general guidelines of UNESCO, NIFFT was established in 1966 under UNDP-UNESCO programme to cater to the need of technicians and engineers with specialized skill for primary metal and machinery manufacturing sectors. It is registered as a society under the societies registration Act of 1860.  The management of the Institute is vested with board of governors with chairman as its apex and members drawn from All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of Human Resource and Development(MHRD), Private and Public Enterprises, Technical and R & D Institutions.

During the last two decades the Institute expanded its academic scope according to the demand of higher skills in industries. Presently, the Institute offers two programmes in Advanced Diploma, two programmes in B. Tech (B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering and B. Tech in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering) and four programmes in M Tech. All the B. Tech and M. Tech courses offered by the Institute are approved by AICTE. The institute also offers doctoral programme. Presently B Tech and M Tech programmes are affiliated to Jharkhand University of Technology, Ranchi.

The ambience of training, education and research evolved in the Institute over the years has significantly improved the employability of the students at all levels. Currently a large segment of alumni community of NIFFT is holding positions of leadership in different industries. Some of them are engaged in various research organisations and academic institutions of the country and abroad.

Institute enjoys almost 100% placement for B Tech programme.



 


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Fee Structure:
Approved Fee Structure ( in Indian Rupees)- July, 2014 on words for B.Tech

S. No.

Details of fee

B. Tech Course

(A)

Institute Fee ( Payable Every Semester)

 

Tuition Fee (Payable in equivalent INR)

17000*

 

Computer fee

1000

 

Internet access fee

300

 

Library access fee

1000

 

Examination fee

500#

 

Registration/ Enrolment fee

200

 

Gymkhana fee

300

 

Medical fee

500

Total:

20800

(B)

Institute Fee ( Payable at the time of Admission)

 

Admission fee

200

 

Grade cards

150

 

Alumni Association Seminar/ Thesis fee

500

 

Seminar/ Thesis fee

0

 

Institute Deposit (Refundable)

3000

 

Library Deposit (Refundable)

2000

Total:

5850

(C)

Hostel Fees ( Payable Every Semester)

 

Establishment charges

3000

 

Seat Rent (Inclusive of electricity & water charges)

1800

Total:

4800

(D)

Hostel Fees (Payable at the time of Admission)

 

Hostel Admission fee

200

 

Hostel Deposit (Refundable)

2000

Total:

2200

Total Fee Payable Every Semester

25600

Total Fee Payable at the Time of Admission

33650

Note:

# excluding examination fee payable to Jharkhand University of Technology as per actual. 

* Any concession for SC/ST students will be passed on to them through refund/adjustment to semester fee after receiving instruction from MHRD

Academic Structure:
Academic Structure:

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES:

At present NIFFT has five departments:

•Department of Foundry Technology

• Department of Forge Technology

• Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

• Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering

• Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities.


The Institute offers the following Regular Programmes:

POST GRADUATE LEVEL {MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (M.TECH.) Duration :2 years}

I. M.Tech in Foundry-Forge Technology (Approved Intake:28)

II. M.Tech in Manufacturing Engineering (Approved Intake:28)

III. M.Tech in Environmental Engineering (Approved Intake:28)

IV. M.Tech in Materials Science and Engineering (Approved Intake:28)

UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL {BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY (B.TECH.) Duration: 4 year}

I. B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering (Approved Intake: 60)

II. B.Tech  in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering (Approved Intake: 60)

ADVANCED DIPLOMA LEVEL {ADVANCED DIPLOMA COURSE (ADC): Duration: one and half Year}

I. ADC in Foundry Technology (Approved intake; 46)

II. ADC in Forge Technology (Approved Intake: 46)

All the academic programmes are approved by AICTE, NewDelhi.

Admission of B. Tech Students is through JEE Main (Admission through counseling CSAB/JOSAA)

Admission of M Tech students is through CCMT (valid GATE score)

Admission of Advanced Diploma students through All India Entrance Test conducted by NIFFT Ranchi


RESEARCH LEVEL :

I. Doctoral Programme

For rules and regulations, Course Curriculum and other details of all programmes, pl visit Institute website;  www.nifft.ac.in



Level

Program

Duration

Undergraduate

B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)

4 Yrs

B.Tech (Metallurgy and Materials Engineering)

Postgraduate

M.Tech [Foundry-Forge Technology. (F.F.T.)]

2 Yrs

M.Tech [Manufacturing Engineering. (M.E.)]

M.Tech [Materials Science And Engineering. (M.S.E.)]

M.Tech [Environmental Engineering. (E.E.)]

Doctoral

Ph.D (Foundry Technology Department)


Ph.D (Forge Technology Department)

Ph.D (Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering)

Ph.D (Materials and Metallurgical Engineering)

Ph.D (Department of applied Science And Humanities)

Advance Diploma Course

ADC (Foundry Technology /  Forge Technology)

1.5 Yrs

Rules For Change Branch:
Not Applicable

At Institute Level: Change of Branch is not permitted

Faculty:

FACULTY:::

Faculty:
About more than 90% of the faculty members are having Ph.D degree and a good numbers are having Industrial experiences.

S. No.

Name

Qualification

Designation

e-Mail

Foundry Technology

1

Kamlesh Kumar Singh

PhD

Professor

kksingh@nifft.ac.in

2

Anil Kumar Singh

PhD

Professor

aksingh@nifft.ac.in

3

Nandita Gupta

PhD

Professor

nanditagupta@nifft.ac.in

4


5

Amitesh Kumar


Himanshu Khandelwal

PhD


PhD

Associate Professor


Assistant Professor

amiteshk@nifft.ac.in


himanshuk@nifft.ac.in

Forge Technology

1

Niranjan Kumar Singh

PhD

Professor

nksingh@nifft.ac.in

2

Pinaki Talukdar

PhD

Professor

ptalukdar@nifft.ac.in

3

R.K. Ohdar

PhD

Professor

rkohdar@nifft.ac.in

4

 Manoj Kumar

PhD

 Professor

manojkumar@nifft.ac.in 

5


6


7


8

Vineet Chak


Ajit Kumar Pramanick


Deepak Kumar


Rahul R Kulkarni

  M. Tech


PhD


PhD


PhD

Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor

vineetchak@nifft.ac.in 


akpramanick@nifft.ac.in


kdeepak@nifft.ac.in


kulkarnir@nifft.ac.in

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

1

Sanjay Kumar

PhD

Professor

sanjaykumar@nifft.ac.in

2

Amitava Mandal

PhD

Professor

amitavamandal@nifft.ac.in

3

A.K. Pathak

PhD

Professor

akpathak@nifft.ac.in

4

 Krishna Kumar Verma

PhD

Associate Professor

kkverma@nifft.ac.in

5

Vijay Toppo

PhD

 Professor

vijaytoppo@nifft.ac.in

6

Anoop Kumar Sood

PhD

Associate Professor

aksood@nifft.ac.in

7

G. Rajamohan

PhD

Associate Professor

g.rajamohan@nifft.ac.in

8

V.M.S. Hussain

 PhD

Assistant Professor

vmshussain@nifft.ac.in

9

Sambit Kumar Parida

PhD

Assistant Professor

skparida@nifft.ac.in

10


11


12


13


14


15

Ratnakar Das


Anand Mohan Murmu


Subrato Kumar Soren


Umesh Khandey


Jagesvar Verma


Aruna Thakur

PhD


M. Tech


M. Tech


PhD


PhD


PhD

Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor

ratankardas@nifft.ac.in


anandm@nifft.ac.in


sksoren@nifft.ac.in


umeshkhandey@nifft.ac.in


jagesvarverma@nifft.ac.in


arunathakur@nifft.ac.in

 Materials and Metallurgical Engineering

1

Binod Kumar

PhD

Professor

binodkumar@nifft.ac.in

2

Banshidhara Mallik PhD Associate Professor bmallik@nifft.ac.in
3 Ghanshyam Das

PhD
Associate Professor
ghanshyamd@nifft.ac.in

4

Debdas Roy PhD Associate Professor debdasroy@nifft.ac.in

5

Koushik Sikdar

M Tech 

Assistant Professor

koushiks@nifft.ac.in

5

Ratnesh Kumar Gupta

PhD

Assistant Professor

ratneshg@nifft.ac.in

6

Chinmoy Chattopadhyay

PhD

Assistant Professor

chinmoyc@nifft.ac.in

7

Tapabrata Maity PhD Assistant Professor
tmaity@nifft.ac.in


Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities

1


2

Arvind Pandey


S.R. Kumar

PhD


PhD

Professor


Professor

arvindp@nifft.ac.in


srkumar@nifft.ac.in

3

Anil Kumar

PhD

 Professor

anilkumar@nifft.ac.in

4

Mrs. Madhu Kumari

M Tech 

Assistant Professor

madhuk@nifft.ac.in

5

Mrs. Sujata Smiti Gupta

MA 

Assistant Professor

sujatasg@nifft.ac.in

6

Partha sarathi Mondal

PhD

Assistant Professor

psmondal@nifft.ac.in

7

Vikash kumar Gupta

PhD

Assistant Professor

vikashkg@nifft.ac.in

8


9


10


11

Subhankar Basu


H. Vignesh Babu


Sriparna Chattopadhyay


Nair Abhilash T

PhD


PhD


PhD


PhD

Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor

subhankarb@nifft.ac.in


hvigneshbabu@nifft.ac.in


sriparnac@nifft.ac.in


nairabhilasht@nifft.ac.in





 



 
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Facilities:
Library and Documentation Centre

NIFFT houses one of the best libraries in the technical field. This vast reservoir of knowledge is a source of constant value addition to the students and faculty members. The four-storeyed library's rich collection includes over 31000 books, 3560 bound volumes and 215 current periodicals in Manufacturing, Metallurgy, Materials Science and allied areas. In addition, it has CD-ROMs on various aspects of engineering, up-to-date standards both Indian and foreign, technical films, tapes, slides, microfilms, microfiches etc. OPAC facility to the user through the software 'LIBSYS" is OPAC facility to the user through the software 'LIBSYS" is also available. The Institute  has entered into  reciprocal

also available. The Institute has entered into reciprocal understanding with the International Library and Cultural Center, Ranchi.

 
Information Technology Centre (ITC)/ CAD-CAM Centre/ Computer Centre

The Institute is equipped with a large number of facilities for computational works, which include Horizon-3, 32 Bit,  Computer system having a large number of terminals for use during their studies and project works. A large number of personal computers and Servers are also available apart from full-fledged graphics workstations, DEFORM, NX-NASTRAN, FEMAP, Auto CAD Professional 11.0, MATLAB, PROCAST for design and drafting works. The various software available are C, C++, Visual C++, C++, Developer, FORTRAN77,AUTOCAD2000,ORACLE8i,QUEST, MICROSTATION MODULAR etc.24x7 Internet facilities is provided to Students, Faculties and Staffs through Leased Line Connection (6.128 Mbps- BSNL, STPI and VSAT) and having a good Network Infrastructure like (LAN,WAN)


 

Laboratories and Workshop

The Laboratory Block comprises of various laboratories such as Sand Laboratory, Metallographic Laboratory, Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) Laboratory, Non-Destructive and Mechanical Testing Laboratories, Spectroscopy Laboratory, Environmental Monitoring and Pollution Control Laboratory, Metrology Laboratory, Forging Laboratory,Composite development laboratory and Computer Center etc.. The workshops has comprehensive facilities for Heat Treatment, Casting, Forging, Pattern and Die Manufacture and machining laboratory. All the shops and laboratories are adequately equipped with modern and sophisticated instruments for efficient  teaching  and  training.   The  Department of  Foundry Technology efficient  teaching  and  training.   The  Department of  Foundry Technology has sand laboratory with the facilities

for testing of sands and binders, and foundry workshop for melting, moulding and casting of ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys. The Department of Forge Technology has Forge workshop, Forge Laboratories and Heat Treating facilities which includes Fluidized Bed Furnace, Muffle Furnace and Glow bar Furnace. The Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering has laboratories for metallography, chemical analysis, spectro-photometry, mechanical testing, non-destructive testing, pollution control and monitoring, x-ray diffractometry, induction heating, direct reading emission spectroscopy & image analysis. The Department of Manufacturing Engineering has Pattern and Machine shops, Metrology, Flexible Manufacturing System, Electronics, CAD ,Welding and Electrical Laboratories.

 
Infrastructural Support


NIFFT believes that its students are the cream of society and they deserve the best. The infrastructural support it provides to the students is just an expression of its belief.

 
Classrooms


The classrooms are the spacious and specifically designed to facilitate participative learning. Many of them have the necessary presentation facilities like overhead projector, screen etc.

 
Auditorium


NIFFT houses an auditorium with a sitting capacity of 320. The auditorium is acoustically designed and used for seminars, cultural festivals, alumni-meet and various events of JINKS, a three-day youth festival.

 
Hostels

All the academic programmes are fully residential and staying in hostels helps development of group dynamics amongst the students and broaden their socio-cultural horizons. Three different Under Graduate, Advanced Diploma and Post Graduate Hostels house more than 300 students. Students Gymkhana facilities are available for various   sports  like  Badminton,  Volley Ball,  Cricket, Soccer, Table Tennis, Carom, etc. These facilities ensure that our students are healthy and physically fit. In Hostel common rooms, newspapers, televisions and reading materials are available .

 
Department of Foundry Technology


It has well equipped sand laboratory with the facilities for testing of sands and binders, and foundry workshop for melting, moulding and casting of ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys.

 
Department of Forge Technology


It has well equipped Forge workshop, Forge Laboratories and Heat Treating facilities which includes fluidised bed Heat Treating Furnaces, Muffle Furnace and glow bar furnaces.

 
Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering


It has well equipped laboratories like Metallography, Classical Chemical analysis, Sepectro-photometry, Mechanical Testing, Non-destructive Testing, Pollution Control and Monitoring, X-ray diffractometry, Induction heating, Direct reading emission spectrometer & Image Analyzer etc.

 
Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering


It has well equipped wood and Metal Pattern shops, Metrology Lab, Flexible manufacturing system Lab, Electronics Lab, Machine shop, EDM, Welding Lab, Electrical Lab, etc.


 

Other Services
 
Training of Foreign Personnel & Efforts in International Cooperation


The Institute has also the privilege of catering to the needs of other developing countries of South-East Asia and Africa. Students from countries like Burma, Ceylone and Nigeria have undergone advanced Diploma Programmes at the Institute. The Institute has also conducted Unit Based Programmes in Foundry Technology for Nepalese and Sri Lankan Engineers/Technologists.

 
Research & Developmental


One of the main objectives of the Institute is to carry out industrial research and development work in Foundry, Forge & related fields to help the industry in their growth. R & D programmes cover the areas like Pattern, design and manufacture, Sand System, die Life, Forgeability, Evaluation of Lubricants, Melting and Methoding of Castings, CAD & CGM of Casting and Forging, Failure Analysis, Mechanical and NDT Testing, Chemical & Instrumental Analysis, Environmental & Pollution Control, MMC & P/M Forging etc.

 
Documentation & Information Centre


The Institute Library and Information Centre is well equipped with multifarious materials in the form of books, periodicals, standards, charts, pamphlets etc, and technical films, slider, microfiches, tapes, film loops etc. The centre offers documentation and Information retrieval services in the related fields.

 
Recreation Facilities


Facilities are also available for various sports like Volleyball, Cricket, Soccer, Table tennis, carom, etc. These facilities ensure that our students are healthy & physically fit. Spending time leisurely and relaxing are some of the methods of relieving stress. Hostel common rooms take care of this with newspapers, televisions and leisure reading material.

For detail of above please visit: www.nifft.ac.in

Student Life at Institute:
STUDENT GYMKHANA

The Students’ Gymkhana, NIFFT Ranchi is the official students’ representative body of NIFFT. The main role of the Gymkhana is to infuse the corporate life in the blood of students via organizing different cultural and technical programmes & competitions; it also organizes various guest talks and enables the budding technocrats to successfully face the different hurdles outside the campus & become successful in their sphere of life. The Students’ Gymkhana also functions as the highest student body in putting their different grievances in front of the institution. The Director, NIFFT functions as its patron & appoints The Chairman, Students’ Gymkhana amongst the senior faculty members of the institution. The Chairman successfully guides the students in organizing different events & keeps a proper vigil on the students; he/she also helps students in putting their grievances in front of the competent authority of NIFFT. From Students’ side it is led by the President, Students’ Gymkhana & he/she is assisted by his/her team of student coordinators. The President, Students’ Gymkhana is also the Chief Student Coordinator for the institute & his view is generally taken in taking any decision regarding students.

The President along with his team organizes various activities whole among the year and it includes the Annual Cultural & Techno-Management Fest JINKS-Pranav.

ROLE AND DUTIES

  1. The various roles & duties of the Students’ Gymkhana are as following:-
  2. To incorporate corporate life amongst the students & make them competent and bold to face different hurdles outside the campus
  3. To successfully organize different cultural & technical events periodically
  4. To have guest lecturers from different sphere of life & provide exposure to the students
  5. To keep a proper vigil in all other student activities organized by other different student clubs and societies of the NIFFT
  6. To successfully organize the Annual Cultural & Techno-Management Fest JINKS-Pranav
  7. To assist institute in organizing different activities, conferences, seminars, talks and workshops etc.
  8. To put students’ grievances, proposals and demands in front of the competent authority of the institute.

TYPES OF CHATRAWAS


Hostel name

Available Accomodation

Warden Name

Warden Contact Nub

Caretaker

Caretaker Nub

Kalpana Chatrawas

100 Girls

Dr. Aruna Thakur

8839495519

Ms. Anita Prasad

0651-2292085

Nirala Chatrawas

162 Boys

Dr P. S. Mondal

9536912014

_Mr.Aman Kumar

_0651-2292085

H.J.B Chatrawas

162 Boys

Mr Vineet Chak

8298042604

Mr.Sandip Kumar

0651-2292085

M.V. Chatrawas

176 Boys

Dr.V. K. Gupta

7903670766

Mr. Ravindra Singh

 

0651-2292085

J.C. Boss chatrawas

400 Boys

Dr. A.K. Pramanik

9748134591

Mr.Tapas


0651-2292085

Chief Hostel Warden Dr. D. Roy, Contact No –7765963021


Students Gymkhana is established for the purpose of

  1. Fostering a corporate life based on equality of status and sound moral judgement;
  2. Developing all round extra-curricular activities to supplement education; and
  3. Advancing the general welfare of our fellow students;
We, the students of NIFFT resolve to constitute a self governing democratic organization called Students’ Gymkhana and do hereby adopt this Constitution ”
NIFFT has many student clubs which conduct many technical and cultural events throughout the year.These include the SAC(Students Activity Centre),SAE Club, Cricket Club etc.

SAE Club

The SAE club runs the college chapter of SAE International at NIFFT. Students with a flair for automobile design from undergraduate courses join this club. This club has participating for the Baja SAE and SUPRA events conducted by SAE India. The team THRUSTERS also participates in the Formula SAE (FSAE Italy) events competing with teams worldwide and THRUSTERS were declared as the overall winners in Class 3 for the static events and bagged whopping margin for their Business Logic Case and Cost Reports. THRUSTERS is a group of students from National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology, Ranchi, India who have designed, conceived and fabricated a Formula Series Car for the prestigious event Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) Italy 2013 held at Varano de' Melegari from Sep 13-16th.

Centre for Innovation and Skill Development

The centre focus in the research and development in E-transport, Rural technology, Women empowerment. Student projects based on ideation and innovation and skill development of the rural youth and cottage industry revival with modern technology.

 

Kartavya

Kartavya is an educational NGO run by undergraduates of NIFFT. It provides support to the underprivileged children who do not have access to good quality educational resources. It also arranges for sponsorship for such children for admission into schools which cover their school and related expenses. It has two study centres at Hatia and Tupudana and planning to extend its exercise.

 

SAC

The Student Activities Centre (SAC) is the place that provides recreation or a good workout for students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests alike, to ensure overall development of every student. Being true to its name SAC exhibits high levels of professionalism, and run on a highly revered Constitution, which aim to "Providing the students opportunities for overall personality development with the emphasis on leadership qualities and the spirit of service. "

 

SPORTS

“NIFFTians don’t play” – If you believe something on these lines, visit the grounds of NIFFT and be amazed. Contrary to the common notion that NIFFTians are students who have devoted all their time to academics, NIFFT provide the best training facilities for sports activities, but also induces the spirit of sportsmanship in the students.
Many students are exposed to a sport for the first time, but it is not long before they become experts in that game. Such is the variety and vibrancy of extracurricular life in NIFFT, that you are destined to find worthwhile and meaningful activities to pursue for every year you spend in this campus. Sports here becomes one of the most cherished part of your NIFFT-life.
Though a cliché, but still very true is the fact that a healthy body hosts a healthy mind. Healthy, in the fullest sense. efficient, quick and un corrupt. Thus, not only does NIFFT provide the best training facilities for sports activities, but also induces the spirit of sportsmanship in the students.
NIFFT provides the students with many opportunities to demonstrate their talent on a platform much wider than their immediate peer circle in the form of events like the PARNAV PRIYADARSHI MEMORIAL INTRA CRICKET TOURNAMENT, NIFFT FOOTBALL LEAGUE, NIFFT VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE, and other intra college sports meets. Active participation in sports therefore makes your body physically fit and the time spent in it lively and enjoyable. It is no less important and educating than other extracurricular and academic activities.

 

ACHIEVEMENTS

  1. WINNER OF CHETAN DEVRAJ MEMORIAL INTER TECHNICAL COLLEGE CRICKET TOURNAMENT -2013 held at BIT MESRA.
  2. WINNER OF CHETAN DEVRAJ MEMORIAL INTER TECHNICAL COLLEGE CRICKET TOURNAMENT-2014 held at BIT MESRA.
  3. RUNNER UP IN CHAKRAVYUH -2013 Cricket tournament organised by MERI Kolkata
  4. SEMI FINALIST IN PARAKRAM-2014 Cricket tournament organised by ISM, Dhanbad.
  5. Our students have performed well in athletics in PARAKRAM-2013,2014 and won ONE GOLD MEDAL and TWO BRONZE MEDALS.

History The Student Activity Center (SAC), a model facility housing the student body of National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology was started in the academic year 2010–11 and has been successfully indulging in student activities since then. To ensure overall development of every student, SAC provides for all the required facilities. SAC is successfully running under the expert guidance of :  (Chairman NIFFT Student’s Gymkhana)

Division SAC comprises five streams - Technical, Cultural, Sports, Personality Development and Special Interests. These streams have presently twelve clubs under their umbrella viz. Robozone, WebTeam, SAE NIFFT, IIF NIFFT, Music Club, Kartavya, Entrepreneur cell, Alumni cell, Sports club, English Language Club, Photography Club, Guest lectures, Seminar & Conference.


Financial Assistance:


 Following financial assistance/scholarship are provided to B Tech students.

1. Merit Cum Means Scholarship to top 10% students

2. National Scholarship for top ten SC and ST students

Training & Placement:
TRAINING AND PLACEMENT

Industrial Liaison Cell (ILC) NIFFT Ranchi:

From the Director’s Desk:

We herald the new millennium in an era of unforeseen challenges to the Indian manufacturing industries. As we gear up to compete with the best in the world, acquisition of knowledge and of foundry and forge industries will go a long way in helping the Indian industries in keeping pace with the evolutionary changes, predicted in the near future, With the advent of automation and computer numerically controlled machines in the manufacturing and metallurgy sector, NIFFT too broadened its initial objectives. The B. Tech program was strongly recommended by the British experts and our innovative pedagogy makes the more sought after in the industries. We have been bringing continual changes in the course structure of the Advanced Diploma Course & M. Tech program to make them equally demandable. I am confident that these programmes will continue to groom better engineers and specialist who will delineate the future. We cordially invite you for the campus recruitment in our college. Your visit will provide a pertinent opportunity to us for mutual sharing of valuable experiences. 

- Dr. P.P. Chattopadhyay

Placement Cell:

The placement activities are managed by the Industrial Liaison Cell. The ILC is headed by a senior faculty member. The Cell works in close coordination with a student placement committee. The student placement body consists of two member chosen from each department of B.Tech Course, two from M.Tech and two from ADC. The placement committee corresponds with the prospective recruiters, arranges Pre-placement talks   and provides all the facilities required by the visiting companies. The placement policies and other related activities are handled by Chairman in consultation with the other faculty members of the committee, Student Representatives. The companies are encouraged to contact ILC for initial discussions and for confirming all schedules and all official communication.


Placement Procedure: 

  1. The Institute invites selected companies to the campus for placements.
  2. Companies express their interest in visiting the campus for placement.
  3. The company conducts pre-placement presentation and discussions with the students on campus, broadly covering the company profile, the career growth path, the selection procedure and the emoluments offered.
  4. The date for final recruitment is scheduled based on mutual understanding between the Institute and the recruiting company.

Facilities for Recruiters:

  1.  Fully equipped Hall to conduct Pre- Placement Talks.
  2. Well-furnished air-conditioned rooms for interviews and Group discussion.
  3. Fully computerized office.
  4. Video and Tele conferencing facility in special cases on request.
  5. On Campus free accommodation in Institute Guest House (NIFFT NIWAS) for the recruiting panel, if intimated prior to visit.
  6. Access to all students’ profile.
  7. Free pick up services from Ranchi Airport, Ranchi Railway station.
  8. Round the clock assistance by the students volunteers at each level of placement process.

  Institute enjoys almost 100% placement for B Tech students.

  Some of our regular Recruiters are:

Tata Motors

Tata Cummins

Tata Metalliks

Tata Hitachi

Maruti Suzuki

Mahindra and Mahindra

Kirloskar Brothers

Mu Sigma

KPMG

HINDALCO

Hinduja Foundries

Bharat Forge

JSW Steel

Electrosteel

Knorr Bremse

Federal Mogul Power Train

Shivam Auto Tech

DCM Engg

AMTEK Auto

VEDANTA Ltd

Trinity Forge

R K Forging

SONA BMW

Lava Casting, SETCO, ATLAS CAPCO etc

 

Training: It is compulsory for all B Tech students to undergo Training/Internship (of minimum one-month duration) in different Industries during 3rd year summer vacation. 

 

For details of placement statistics and Training pl visit our website; (www.nifft.ac.in)

 






Industry And Alumni Relations:
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOUNDRY AND FORGE TECHNOLOGY
HATIA, RANCHI-834003
List of eminent alumni
Name Course Branch Batch Work Info
Mr. Abhik Chatterjee B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 1998-2002 Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group(BCG), Bangalore
Dr. PKS Prakash B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2001-2005 Principal, ZS, Bangalore
Prof. Alok Choudary B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2001-2005 Chair and Professor of Supply Chain Management, Loughborough University School of Business and Economics, London, UK
Mr. Vinod Kumar B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2008-2012 Indian Railway Traffic Service(IRTS), Ministry of Railways, Jamshedpur
Mr. Saumitra Shukla B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2008-2012 Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) , IFS , Latehar.
Mr. Aarif Hussain B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2008-2012 Assistant Commandant, CRPF
Mr. Dhruw Kumar Jha B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2008-2012 Indian Railways Service of Mechanical Engineering(IRSME), Barauni
Prof. Niraj Sinha B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1996-2000 Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Prof. Mohit Goswami B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2000-2004 Assistant Professor (Operations Management), Indian Institute of Management, Raipur
Prof. Akhilesh Kumar B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2001-2005 Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Dr. Debjit Roy B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1996-2000 Chairperson in the Research and Publication office, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
Mr. Vijay Subramanyam B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1992-1996 Managing Director - Transformation Delivery, KPMG, US
Mr. Atul Tripati B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1998-2003 Senior Manager of Global Assets , National Oilwell Varco,Houston Texas,US.
Dr. Rahul Swarnkar B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1998-2002 Senior Software Engineer, DeepCrawl, London, UK
Mr. Raj Anand B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2001-2005 Senior Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Testing Automation Executive ,Bank Of America, Charlotte, New Carolina, US.
Mr. Kumar Prasoon B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 1999-2003 Chief Operating Officer/ Chief Information Officer/ Chief Enterprise Architect, Cirrus1co, Noida.
Mr. Abhijit Choudhury B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2000-2005  Project Engineer - Packaging System Engineering, Campbell Soup Company, Camden, New Jersey US.
Mr. Rachit Jain B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2004-2008 Head of Logistics Department, Lenskart.com, Faridabad.
Mr.Manish Bachlaus B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2003-2007 Director at Citi Bank, Mumbai , Maharashtra, India.
Prof. Nagesh Shukla B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2003-2007 Senior Lecturer at University of Technology , Sydney, Australia.
Mr. Rachit Jain B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2002-2006 Founder and CEO at Youth4work.com.
Prof. Rahul Rai B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1996-2000 Dean's Distinguished Professor at Clemson University, The University of Texas at Austin, South Carolina , US.
Mr. Mithun Mridha B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2001-2005 Project Portfolio Manager Practice Manager | Enterprise Architect, Altran, Paris, France
Mr. Vijay Kumar B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2000-2004 Founder, JYVA Engineering Pvt Ltd, New Delhi | Managing Director, Weldomac Engineering Pvt Ltd, Gurgaon | Director, TSUYO Manufacturing Pvt Ltd, Noida
Mr. Pankaj Sahay B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1994-1998 Head of Jindal Stainless at Europe .
Dr. Venkata Reddy B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1993-1997 Senior Program Manager, Amazon, Hyderabad
Mr. V Srinivasa Reddy M.Tech M.Tech (Manufacturing Engineering) 1993-1995 Executive Director, Synergy Green Industries Ltd, Kolhapur
Dr. Sanjay Kumar Thakur M.Tech Foundry and forge Technology 1996-1998 Director , Quality and reliability Assurance at STATS ChipPAC Ltd.,Singapore.
Mr. Anoop Prakash Verma B.Tech   2003-2007 Senior Data and Applied Scientist, Microsoft
Mrs. Reshma Prasad B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1998-2002 Director - Content & Services, Samsung Electronics, Gurgaon
Mr. Santosh Kumar B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1999-2003 Vice President at Citi Bank ,Mumbai , Maharastra,India
Prof. Rohit Nishant B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2000-2004 Associate Professor and Axis Leader on Emerging Technologies, FSA ULaval, Quebec, Canada
Prof. Vikas Kumar B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2001-2005 Director of Research & Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at University of the West of England, Bristol , UK.
Mr. Saurabh Mishra B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2001-2005 Program Manager, Amazon, Seattle, Washington, US
Mr. Sanjay Shukla B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2003-2007 Director of Data Science at Research & Development, Dunnhumby India, Gurgaon
Mr. Gaurav Shivhare B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2014-2018 Associate Program Manager-Amazon Seller Services,Seattle,WA,US.
Mr. Shaquib Kazmi  B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2009-2013 TAS Manager at Tata Group , Mumbai , Maharastra, India.
Mr. Mantosh Mandal B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2014-2018 Trainee Scientifc Officier at Bhaba Atomic Research Centre.
Ms. Soumya Sinha B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2015-2019 Trainee Scientifc Officier at Bhaba Atomic Research Centre.
Ms. Shilpa Rai B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2015-2019 Trainee Scientifc Officier at Bhaba Atomic Research Centre.
Ms. Jaya Gupta B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2016-2020 Graduate Engineer Trainee at National Aluminium Company Limited(NALCO).
Mr. Manish Shrivastava B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 1999-2003 Production Planning Control, Usha Martin Limited, Ranchi
Mr. Vijay Tiwary B.Tech   1998-2002 Head CRMT Lab, TATA Steel, Jamshedpur
Mr. Vikash Kumar B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2006-2010 Deputy General Manager ,Paytm Payments Bank , Noida, Uttar Pradesh,India.
Mr. Prashant Ranjan B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2000-2004 Product Manager at Saint -Gobain India Private Limited-Glass Buisness,Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Prof. Pradeep Kumar Jha M.Tech   1997-1999 Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Mr. Biman Ghosh ADC   2015-2017 Deputy General Manager, TATA Motors
Mr. Madhusudan Yadav B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2012-2016 Deputy Manager at State Bank of India , Amaravti , Maharastra, India.
Mr. Faizul Haque B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2014-2018 FFPM ,IIM Calcutta
Mr. Shivam Saurabh B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2011-2015  Vice President at Srijan-Monthly Newsletter, SRCC GBO.
Mr. Subhanshu Pandey B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering 2012-2016 Summer Intern at TATA AIG General Insurance Company Limited.
Mr. Raghunath Jha B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2014-2018 Management Trainee, Bokaro Steel City, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
Mr. Aadarsh Das B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering  2014-2018 Customer Service Sales Representative, MOBY, Dublin, Ireland
Ms. Kumari Puja B.Tech Manufacturing Engineering  2014-2018 Production Development - M&H CV, TATA Motors, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India
Mr. Shanu Sinha B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2015-2019 Management Trainee, Bokaro Steel City, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
Mr. Rupesh Kumar B.Tech Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2015-2019 Management Trainee, Bokaro Steel City, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
Mr. Abhijit Choudhari B.Tech   1997-2001 Founder, GateForum
Mr. Jitendra Jha B.Tech   1997-2001 Founder, GateForum
Dr. Kunal K Ganguly B.Tech   1991-1995 Associate Professor, IIM Kashipur
Dr. Ajit Sharma B.Tech   1991-1995 Professor, Wayne State University. Detroit, Michigan
Mr. Atul Tandon B.Tech   1991-1995 CEO, Amtek India (Foundry Division)
Mr. Subhashis Roy B.Tech   1992-1996 Principal Project Manager, Silicon Valley Bank, San Francisco Bay
Mr. Anand Verma B.Tech   1992-1996 Program Manager, Royal Bank of Scotland, Bromley, UK
Mr. Shrikant B.Tech   1994-1998 Head-Europe, JSL Stainless Steel, Antwerp Area, Belgium
Dr. Niraj Kumar Sinha B.Tech   1994-1998 Associate Professor, University of Liverpool Management School, Liverpool, UK
Mr. Kameshwar Kumar B.Tech   1994-1998 Chief Manager, State Bank of India, Jamui, Bihar
Mr. Udv Prasad Raju B.Tech   1994-1998 Chief Data Officer, First Republic Bank, San Francisco, California
Mr. Prosenjit Ghosh B.Tech   1995-1999 Co-Founder and Managing Director, Anakage Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru, Karnataka
Mr. Amit Kumar Singh B.Tech   1996-2000 Manager-Scaled Operations, Google, California
Dr. Rohit Kapoor B.Tech   1996-2000 Professor, IIM Indore
Mr. Abhishek Basak B.Tech   1997-2001 Scientific Officer, BARC
Mr. Arvind Kumar B.Tech   1997-2001 Assistant Professor, IIT Kanpur
Mr. Rakesh Kr Sinha B.Tech   1998-2002 Head-(Supply Chain Management), Kohler India
Mr. Alok Kumar B.Tech   1999-2003 Vice-President, Goldman Sachs, Bengaluru, Karnataka
Mr. Roshan Kujur B.Tech   1999-2003 Vice President, Accenture, Bengaluru, Karnataka
Mr. Jyotirmay Roy B.Tech   1999-2003 CEO & Founder, GreenEnco Ltd., West Harrow, UK
Mr. Ranjit Kumar B.Tech   2000-2004 Manager, HSBC, London UK
Mr. Manish Kumar B.Tech   2000-2004 Professor, Cardiff University, UK
Mr. Anand Mohan Choubey B.Tech   2001-2005 Director- Sr Quantitative, Bank of America, North Carolina
Dr. Nishi Kant Mishra B.Tech   2002-2006 Professor-Operations and Supply Chain Management, Hull University Business School, UK
Mr. Shubham Agrawal B.Tech   2003-2007 Lead Data Scientist, VISA, Texas Area
Dr. Subash Ganguly ADC Foundry Technology 1997 Assistant Professor NIT,Raipur
Dr. Asit Khara ADC Forge Technology 1996 Associate Professor, NIT,Warangal
Dr. Vinod Kumar B.Tech MME 2004 Assistant Professor, IIT,Indore
Dr.  Vidyut Dey Btech Manufacuring  1996 Assistant Professor, NIT, Agartala
Dr. Ramnaresh Rai Mtech Foundry and forge Technology 2001 Associate Professor, NIT,Agartala
Dr. Mohammad Imteyaz Ahmad ADC Foundry Technology   Assistant Professor, IIT,BHU, Varanasi.
Bikash Mondal ADC Foundry Technology 2001 Joint General Manager, Ordnance Factory (Metal and Steel Factory, Ichapur)
Recreational/Extra Curricular activities:
Following activates are carried out through students Gymkhana:
a. Cultural Club (Music, Drama, Dance)
b. Photography Club
c. Science and Technology Club
d. Entrepreneurship Club
e. Sport facilities (Football, Cricket, Table Tennis, Badminton, Volleyball, Athletics, Martial Arts
f. Gymnasium
g. Literary Society
h. Social Service: NGO Kartavya
i.  Annual Cultural Fest
 
Location and Accessibility:

Location and Accessibility:

The Institute campus is located in the picturesque surroundings of southern Ranchi. Ranchi being located at little over 600 m height above mean sea level, has pleasant climate all through the year, thus providing ideal ambience for academic pursuits.

Ranchi, being state capital  of Jharkhand is well connected via air, rail and road.

Distance from Ranchi Airport: 6 km
Distance from Ranchi Railway Station: 10 km
Distance from Hatia Railway Station: 1.5 km
                                                      
                                                  
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Academic Programwise Seats breakup:
Institute CodeProgram CodeAcademic Program NameState/All India SeatsSeat PoolOPENOPEN-PwDGEN-EWSGEN-EWS-PwDSCSC-PwDSTST-PwDOBC-NCLOBC-NCL-PwDTotal(includes Female Supernumerary)
Program-Total
Seat Capacity Female Supernumerary
409 4125 Mechanical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 30 1 7 0 10 1 5 1 19 1 75
75 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
409 4156 Metallurgy and Materials Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 30 1 7 1 10 1 5 0 19 1 75
75 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
     Total Seats 60 2 0 0 20 2 10 1 38 2 150
150 0

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