As a part of its special feature series on Specialized Engineering Branches, Careers360 brings here Expert Column on Mining Engineering. Dr. Arka Prava Mukherjee, who is an Assistant Professor at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, shares his valuable insights on the scope of Mining Engineering and Role of Mining Engineers.Click here to enroll for Expert guidance for UG Entrance Preparation, Counselling and college selection!Premium Help-Talk to our expert counsellors to explore the best suitable colleges and branches you can get based on your rank/score on 011-40360360 (Paid Service).
Column by Dr. Arka Prava Mukherjee
Mining Engineering is a tested and a good career choice in the sense that it is a branch that lays the foundation for everything else. Most students are not aware of the enormous potential and growth lying in this domain. Mining holds a colossal scope of growth, research and industrial value. Growth of a nation heavily depends on the growth of the Mining Sector. Moreover, Mining is the only sector which is as large and as prosperous as the Oil and Gas sector, with turnovers running into millions of dollars. This also means that the salary compensation is also very attractive.
The Mining sector is right now going through heavy technological development. Because of the heavy investment in this sector and a tremendous demand for Mining Engineers, this sector is supposed to have a tremendous boom in the next 10 years. Technical advancement in this domain is happening in public and private sectors, both.
Scope in India:
India is experiencing a spectacular growth in its economy and might keep on booming at least until 2030. In order to fuel that development, Indian demand for metals and minerals will continue to grow accordingly.
According to a 2010 report for India from the McKinsey Global Institute, 700 to 900 million square meters of commercial and residential space needs to be built.
Mining accounts for a major chunk of India’s GDP. In short there’s lot of scope in India. If you're thinking about a career in mining, then you also need to decide which career path in mining is right for you. There are more than 120 occupations in the mining industry! The roles of a Mining Engineer will involve following:
So if you want a good salaried job, which is filled with excitement, challenges and adventure, then Mining sector can be one of your prime choices.
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the minimum percentile required in jee mains 2020 for admission in upes college of dehradun is the cutoff for the jee mains because if you didint qualify the jee mains then you are not eligible to get admission through jee mains. the category wise expected cutoff for the jee mains for this year is given below .
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The official cutoff of JEE Mains 2020 will be released along with the final results after the April JEE Mains. The NTA will announce category wise cutoffs then. But you can still check your estimated rank using the formula (100-your total percentile)*869010/100. So with this percentile, your estimated All India rank will be around 2,86,773. Now, if the candidates appearing in April's JEE Mains increase, then your rank would increase too.
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