Duration 1 Year (Regular) Fast Track (3 Months)
Work Experience: 2 Years
Exam and Duration: Online Exam- 2hrs/paper.
Students who complete the course will be ready for careers in mining engineering and allied fields of engineering or R&D. Career-wise, it undoubtedly opens up options for students, allowing them to enter the academic world, work in research and development, hold technical positions, and, of course, enter the area of mining engineering as a technical lead or an engineer. It is also a fantastic starting point for people who want to pursue higher education in this area and offers a specialised beginning for the same.
Graduates of this programme may be hired by colleges and universities, KPGM Bangalore, and other organisations to work as mining engineers, technical leaders, scientific assistants, assistant managers, quality technicians, R&D engineers, quality assurance engineers, market research professionals, etc. The course gives students the knowledge and abilities necessary to lead projects or interact with clients who have invested in the extraction or project, depending on the situation, in addition to teaching them the fundamentals of mining engineering as a discipline. It entails learning about things like electrical and mechanical engineering, engineering drawing, mining safety, mining survey, computer aided design and drafting, and other things. Thus, a project's presentation as well as its design are given considerable weight.
N.I.M.S , a division of Norwich Group, based in South India with its back end support office based in Thrissur, Kerala for more than a decade. Norwich Institute Of Management Studies helps in training , online courses and online exams . All the online courses and exams will be well monitored by the institution and ,the provided certificates are ISO certified and can also be used for International Travel and study based programs.
The right & deemed fit students will be provided with 100% placement assistance.
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