National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology – College Details

Industrial development play an important role in the  development of the country. To Provide  the requisite quality & quantity of trained man power at different level, Govt. of India set up the National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology (NIFFT) in the year 1966 in collaboration with UNDP-USESCO. NIFFT is registered as Society under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. The management of the Institute is vested with Board of Governors with Chairman at its apex and members representing Govt. of India (Ministry of HRD & industry), AICTE, Private and Public enterprises, technical and R & D organizations. During the last four decades NIFFT has earned a reputation as a leading institute for teaching, training, research & development, Consultancy and documentation and information retrieval services in metal casting and metal forming technology

College Details

College Name:NIFFT Ranchi
Affiliated To:Ranchi university
Category:Co-Educational
Address:National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology
Hatia, Ranchi – 834003
Jharkhand INDIA
Phone:+91-651-2290859 Fax – +91-651-2290860
Email:do[dot]nifftranchi[at]gmail.com
Website:http://www.nifft.ac.in/
Map:
Campus Snapshot:

Courses Offered

Mode of Admission: AIEEE & State Entrance Exam for UG courses, GATE for MTech

Streams at Graduate Level

Course No. Course subject Hours -per-week
L – T – P
No. of
credits
MAN-111 Mathematics I3-1-04
MAN-112 Physics I3-0-34
MAN-113 Chemistry3-0-34
MAN-114 English3-1-04
MAN-115 Mechanics3-1-04
MAN-116 Geometrical Drawing0-0-31
MAN-117 Workshop Practice I0-0-31
MAN-118 Extra Academics Activities0-0-31
Total23


Semester-I :
2nd Year

Course  No. Course subject Hours-per – week
L-T- P
No. of
credits
MAN-211 Mathematics III3-0-03
MAN-212 Electrical Circuits3-0-34
MAN-213 Fluid Mechanics3-1-04
MAN-214 Economics3-0-03
MAN-215 Engineering Materials & Metallurgy 3-1-04
MAN-216 Machine Drawing0-0-31
MAN-217 Computer Programming3-0-34
MAN-218 Extra Academic Activities0-0-31
Total 24

 

Semester-I : 3rd Year

Course No. Course subject Hours-per-week
L-T-P
No. of
credits
MAN-311 Computer Graphics & C.A.D.1-0-31
MAN-312 Metal Casting & Welding Technology4-0-35
MAN-313 Metal Working Technology4-0-35
MAN-314 Heat & Mass Transfer3-1-04
MAN-315 Industrial Psychology 2-0-02
MAN-316 Industrial Organization & Management3-0-03
MAN-317Free elective II3-0-03
Total 24

 

Semester-I : 4th Year

Course No. Course subject Hours-per-week
L-T-P
No. of
credits
MAN-411 Modern methods of manufacture3-0-03
MAN-412 Quality Assurance & Inspection Methods3-0-34
MAN-413 Machine Tool  Design & C.A.E3-0-34
MAN-414Manufacturing System Engineering I3-0-33
MAN-415 Elective I3-0-34
MAN-416 Elective II3-1-04
Total 23


Semester-II :
1st Year

Course No. Course subject Hours-per-week
L-T-P
No. of
credits
MAN-121 Mathematics II3-1-04
MAN-122 Physics II3-0-34
MAN-123 Basic Electronics3-0-34
MAN-124 Mechanics of deformable bodies3-0-34
MAN-125 Fuels, Furnaces & Refractories2-0-33
MAN-126 Engineering Graphics II1-0-32
MAN-127 Workshop Practice II0-0-31
MAN-128Extra academic activities0-0-31
Total 23


Semester-II :
2nd Year

Course No. Course subject Hours-per-week
L-T-P
No. of
credits
MAN-221 Metal Cutting Fundamentals3-0-34
MAN-222 Physical Metallurgy & Metallography3-0-34
MAN-223 Thermodynamics3-1-04
MAN-224 Electrical machines3-0-34
MAN-225 Design of machine elements3-0-34
MAN-226Free elective I3-0-03
MAN-227Extra academic activities0-0-31
Total 24

Semester-II : 3rd Year

Course No. Course subject Hours-per-week
L-T-P
No. of
credits
MAN-321 Materials Handling & Automation3-1-04
MAN-322 Engineering Metrology3-0-34
MAN-323 Industrial Engineering 3-1-03
MAN-324 Quantitative Methods & Operations Research.3-1-04
MAN-325 Instrumentation & Control 3-1-04
MAN-326Free elective III3-0-03
Total 23

Semester-II : 4th  Year

Course No. Course subject Hours-per-week
L-T-P
No. of
credits
MAN-421 Manufacturing System Engineering II3-0-34
MAN-422 Elective III3-0-34
MAN-423 Elective IV3-0-34
MAN-424 Industrial Project & Viva Voce 9
MAN-425Seminar1
MAN-426 Vocational training (6 weeks project based)1
MAN-427General performance3
Total 26

Fee Structure

Fee structure for various courses:

Registration feeRs. 100/- Per semester
Tuition fee  Rs. 6000/- (Rs. 3000/- for SC/ST) per semester
Gymkhana fee   Rs. 120/- per Semester
Medical fee     Rs. 150/- per Semester
Examination fee     Rs. 160/- per Semester
Electricity & water Charges Rs. 330/- per Semester
Library fee     Rs. 120/- per Semester
Hostel Maintenance      Rs. 100/- per Semester
Student welfare fund         Rs. 100/-
Alumni Association fee  Rs. 200/-
Institute Caution Money     Rs. 300/- Refundable
Library Caution Money         Rs. 300/- Refundable
Hostel & Mess Caution Money  Rs. 1200/- Refundable
Identity CardRs. 20/-
SyllabusRs. 50/-
Grade CardRs. 150/-
Provisional CertificateRs. 100/-
PracticalsRs. 200/- per semester
Bus Charges Rs. 150/- per semester
SportsRs. 75/- per Semester
Internet Accessibility feeRs. 600/-  Per semester
Placement FeeRs. 100/- Per semester
Seat RentRs. 300 (Free for SC/ST) Per semester

Total:-

Rs. 10925/- (Rs. 7625/- for SC/ST)

Placements

Placement :  The cell is a centralized agency of the Institute for liaison with Industries to provide in-plant training and placement to students of various courses through campus interviews. The Cell also arranges to obtain industrial problems to be taken up by the students as their project works as well as consultancy/continuing education assignments from the Industries.

Facilities

Campus: Industrial development play an important role in the  development of the country. To Provide  the requisite quality & quantity of trained man power at different level, Govt. of India set up the National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology (NIFFT) in the year 1966 in collaboration with UNDP-USESCO. NIFFT is registered as Society under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. The management of the Institute is vested with Board of Governors with Chairman at its apex and members representing Govt. of India (Ministry of HRD & industry), AICTE, Private and Public enterprises, technical and R & D organizations. During the last four decades NIFFT has earned a reputation as a leading institute for teaching, training, research & development, Consultancy and documentation and information retrieval services in metal casting and metal forming technology.

With the globalization of the market, competitiveness in industries has increased tremendously. The VISION Statement of the Institute is: Accomplishing excellence in the technical education and act as repository and leader for disseminating state-of-the art knowledge and expertise in the field of Materials Technology and other relevant / emerging branches of Engineering and Technology concomitant with industrial growth of the nation; at the same time maintaining and further strengthening its position as a leader in the areas of Foundry Technology and Forge Technology.

Central library: The Institute has a well-equipped Library-Cum-Documentation Centre in a newly-housed four storeyed building, possessing more than  30,000 books on various subjects of interest for teaching and research. The centre subscribes over 150 technical and research journals and has an up to date stock of standards both Indian and foreign, films, slides, microfilms, microfiches etc. It provides photocopying facilities on a limited scale on payment basis. The students can avail of the lending facility for books only. The books issued to them should be returned on or before the due date stamped on the due-date slip pasted at the back of the book. A fine of 50 paise per day per book will be payable by the the students in the case of default.

The Librarian has the right to recall any book even before the due date for any urgent requirement. The loan period , though ordinarily 2 weeks, may be shortened when the books are in acute demand. Readers are not to enter the library carrying their personal effects, except the written material. The library provides open access system for books. They should leave the books or journal on the table after reading and not replace in the shelf in order to avoid misplacement. The books kept in reference section and periodicals are strictly meant for reference in the library and they are not for issue.

Hostel: The students shall be provided accommodation in the Institute Hostel with basic amenities like table, chair and cot at the following rates. They shall not be provided with mattresses, blankets, bulbs etc. Accommodation in the hostels will be allotted by the Hostel Wardens. Seat rent will be charged as applicable. SC/ST students will be provided rent-free hostel accommodation. The students shall be required to strictly abide by the rules and regulations of the hostel.

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