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Our Department

Abdul Kalam Institute of Technological Science’s Department of Mining Engineering was established in 2007 with the support of the All-India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi, and is affiliated with JNTU, Hyderabad, Telangana. Twenty B. Tech graduates from the first class of students graduated in 2011, and there are currently 60 B. Tech students enrolled in the undergraduate programme, which is authorised.

Utilizing the best mining engineering colleges’ well-developed infrastructure for technical education, the department created a contemporary mining engineering curriculum in India.

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Strength of the Department

The department has been a leader in developing the curriculum for a variety of courses over the years, including Strength of Materials, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery, Surveying and Modern Surveying Techniques, Rock Mechanics and Geomechanics, Mineral Processing, Numerical Methods, Geostatistics, GIS & Remote sensing, GPS, Reliability and Quality Engineering, Safety Engineering, Environmental Science and Technology, Industrial Management, and Computer Programming and Network Applications.




To nurture in students and staff a commitment to academic, social, and professional growth to promote an atmosphere conducive to achieving professional competence in the field of mining engineering and to provide specialised training for developing need-based human resources.

  • To offer Undergraduate (Diploma) and Graduate (B.Tech) programmes of the highest calibre, supported by cutting-edge coursework and practical training.
  • We train students to comprehend and responsibly manage the planet’s resources in the future.
  • To produce mining engineers that are technically proficient, well educated, and knowledgeable, as well as mining engineers who follow technological advancements and innovations.
  • To create publications and programmes for the advancement of innovative technology on a national and international level.


  • to build cutting-edge facilities for mining engineering.
  • to entice highly competent faculty to the department of mining engineering.
  • to provide well-educated mining engineers for the mining industry and other industries related to mining.
  • to encourage industry involvement in academic research and consulting.
  • to maintain academic standards comparable to those of the renowned mining engineering departments both nationally and internationally.