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Career in Ceramic Engineering

Ceramic engineering involves working with nonmetallic elements such as clay and inorganic elements. Ceramic Engineers conduct research, design machinery and develop new ceramic materials and products.These engineers get to work in the scientific and the production stream as well.

Eligibility:

The Ceramic Engineers should have a Bachelor's or Master's degree in engineering.The candidate needs to have a strong numerical ability and logical reasoning. This along with a good grasp of problem solving, creativity and communication skills will fetch you a sound career.You should be an inquisitive person with an analytical mind.

Course:
Ceramic Engineering courses are offered at both graduation and post graduation levels across various Institutes of Technology.For Bachelor courses, one needs to complete 10+2 with high scores in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.This is a four year course with the focus on chemical and ceramics. In case you opt for a diploma then its duration is three years. For higher studies, one can go for M.E and Ph. D program.

Career Scope in Ceramic Engineering:

The Ceramic Engineers help to develop several different kinds of products right from tiles to space shuttles. The expertise of ceramic engineers enables them to develop several products such as glassware, fiber optics, cement and bricks to the finer ones such as space shuttles, components of nuclear fuel and even pollution control devices.Ceramic Engineers can work as administrators, supervisors, sales engineers or technical consultants in private or public organizations.With increasing popularity of telecommunication and electronics demand of Ceramic Engineers is also on rise.They can work in computer and semiconductor industries.

Remuneration:
Ceramic Engineers can expect a promising career.Initially a Ceramic Engineer can expect a salary of Rs 15000 plus incentives. The salary will depend on the position you hold in an organization. As a lecturer you can expect a limited salary only. While working as a consultant with any big private or public organization your salary can increase multiple times.

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