Scope after B.Tech in Ceramic Engineering


Ceramic engineering is the branch of science which deals with the art of creating objects from non metallic and inorganic materials (ceramics) by the action of heat. The process includes purification of raw materials, study and production of chemical compounds, their formation into components and the study of their structure, composition and properties.

Ceramic materials hold a crystalline structure. Special properties of ceramic materials make it applicable in areas like materials engineering, electrical engineering, chemical engineering and mechanical engineering.

Bachelor of technology in Ceramic Engineering is an undergraduate course in technology. The course includes the essentials of ceramic engineering. Professionals in this field can find various job opportunities in areas including mining, aerospace, medicine, refinery, food and chemical industries, packaging science, electronics, industrial and transmission electricity, and guided light wave transmission. They can find jobs both in India and overseas. After completing their under graduate level of education graduates can also join for higher studies.

Scope for Higher studies after B.Tech in Ceramic Engineering

Various higher study option available for graduates in B.Tech in Ceramic Engineering include

  • Master of Technology in Ceramic Engineering
  • Master of Technology in Ceramic Technology
  • Master of Business Administration

Job profiles after B.Tech in Ceramic Engineering

Various job profiles available for professionals in this field are

  • Ceramic Technologist
  • Ceramic Designer
  • Administrator
  • Production worker
  • Technician
  • Entrepreneur
  • Interior Designer
  • Exterior Designer
  • Construction Manager
  • Repairer
  • Researcher
  • Inspector
  • Joints Treatment Engineer
  • Marketing Executive
  • Sales Executive
  • Consultant

Scope in Private Sector Organizations after B.Tech in Ceramic Engineering

Many private sector organizations recruit graduates in ceramic engineering. Reputed private sector organizations recruiting graduates in ceramic engineering are listed below:

  • Ceramic ware manufacturing units
  • Research firms
  • Design firms
  • Private sector banks
  • Educational Institutes
  • Construction services
  • Inspection services
  • Production firms
  • Testing firms
  • Laboratories
  • Universities
  • Table ware Industry
  • Sanitary ware Industry
  • Glass bulbs factory
  • Cutting tools Industry
  • Enamels factories
  • Kitchen ware Industry
  • Decorative ware Industry
  • Tiles factory
  • Engine components manufacturing units

Scope in Public Sector Organisations after B.Tech in Ceramic Engineering

Professionals in Ceramic engineering can also find numerous jobs in public sector organizations. In order to get placed in public sector organizations candidates should pass various tests conducted by UPSC, PSC and also SSC.  Major public sector organizations recruiting these graduates are

  • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
  • Indian Space Research Organization
  • Defense Metallurgical Research Laboratory
  • Institute for Plasma Research
  • Ceramic ware manufacturing units
  • Public sector banks
  • Educational Institutes
  • Research firms
  • Design firms
  • Production firms
  • Testing firms
  • Factories
  • Universities
  • Plants
  • Laboratories
  • Construction services
  • Inspection services

Scope Abroad after B.E. in Ceramic Technology

Graduates in ceramic engineering can also find jobs in many of the reputed organizations placed in abroad. In these places they get exposed to various new techniques. Graduates are offered with very high remunerations there.



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One Response to “Scope after B.Tech in Ceramic Engineering”

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    shiv verma:

    melting process of raw glass batch when it introduce in Glass melting tan furnaces…also chemical action which acts on initial heatup of batch…