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DR. T. THIMMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Oorgaum, Kolar Gold Fields, Karnataka - 563120
Approved by AICTE - New Delhi, Estd. 1986
Affiliated to VTU, Belgaum
DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING
Mining Engineering is an engineering discipline that involves practice, theory, science, technology, and application of extracting and processing minerals from a naturally occurring environment. Mining engineering also includes processing minerals for value addition. The need for mineral extraction and production is an essential activity of modern industry. Mining activities by nature cause a disturbance to the environment in and around which the minerals are located.

Modern mining engineers must therefore be concerned not only with the production and processing of mineral commodities, but also with the mitigation of damage to the environment as a result of that production and processing.

The Mining Engineering is one of the main branches of engineering situated amidst the century old Kolar Gold Mines. Asia's largest mines, like Kudremukh Iron Ore and Neyveli Lignite are situated at a distance of less than 250 Kilometers. The Mining Engineering department has well-established labs and has an underground mine model, the only one of its kind in the State.

The department has a strong industry-institution interaction to enable exposure to the latest technological trends for students and teachers and to impart practical training at HGML, NMDC etc.

National Institute of Rock Mechanics (NIRM) a research institute extends facility for the training of students in various project works. Recent additions to the laboratory include a sophisticated electronics survey station and electronic precision level. The department also has a computer laboratory for data processing.
Vision
To equip students to play an active role in Mining and allied Industry with the knowledge of State-of-the-art technologies for extraction of mineral resources in a socially responsible, economically viable and environment friendly manner.
Mission
To produce technically competent engineers who can understand and utilize the technological developments that may happen during their career and to recognize the needs of an environmentally sensitive society.
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Qualification Ph.D
Specialization Remote Sensing & GIS
Teaching Experience 15 Yrs
Industrial Experience 6 Yrs Research Experience 5 Yrs
Number of Technical Papers Published in National / International Journals 2 Number of Workshops attended 6
Number of Students guided at UG Level 25 Number of Students guided at PG Level NIL
Number of Research Scholars guiding NIL Additional Responsibilties HOD
Membership in Professional Bodies JGSI
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Qualification M.E.(Ph.D)
Specialization Mine Environment
Teaching Experience 12 Yrs
Industrial Experience NIL Research Experience NIL
Number of Technical Papers Published in National / International Journals 8 Number of Workshops attended 3
Number of Students guided at UG Level 40 Number of Students guided at PG Level NIL
Number of Research Scholars guiding NIL Additional Responsibilties BOE
Membership in Professional Bodies IIE
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Qualification M.E.(Ph.D)
Specialization Industrial Safety Engineering
Teaching Experience 10 Yrs
Industrial Experience 3 Yrs Research Experience NIL
Number of Technical Papers Published in National / International Journals NIL Number of Workshops attended 2
Number of Students guided at UG Level NIL Number of Students guided at PG Level NIL
Number of Research Scholars guiding NIL Additional Responsibilties NIL
Membership in Professional Bodies NIL
drttit-Faculty Email ID [email protected]
Qualification M.E.(Ph.D)
Specialization Industrial Safety Engineering
Teaching Experience 3 Yrs
Industrial Experience 7 Yrs Research Experience NIL
Number of Technical Papers Published in National / International Journals NIL Number of Workshops attended NIL
Number of Students guided at UG Level 25 Number of Students guided at PG Level NIL
Number of Research Scholars guiding NIL Additional Responsibilties Placement & Internship
Membership in Professional Bodies NIL
drttit-Faculty Email ID [email protected]
Qualification M.E.
Specialization Industrial Safety Engineering
Teaching Experience 5 Yrs
Industrial Experience 1 Yrs Research Experience NIL
Number of Technical Papers Published in National / International Journals NIL Number of Workshops attended NIL
Number of Students guided at UG Level NIL Number of Students guided at PG Level NIL
Number of Research Scholars guiding NIL Additional Responsibilties NIL
Membership in Professional Bodies NIL
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Qualification M.E.
Specialization Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Teaching Experience 6 Yrs
Industrial Experience 1 Yrs Research Experience NIL
Number of Technical Papers Published in National / International Journals NIL Number of Workshops attended NIL
Number of Students guided at UG Level 4 Number of Students guided at PG Level NIL
Number of Research Scholars guiding NIL Additional Responsibilties NIL
Membership in Professional Bodies NIL
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Qualification M.E.
Specialization Thermal Power Engineering
Teaching Experience 1.6 Yrs
Industrial Experience NIL Research Experience NIL
Number of Technical Papers Published in National / International Journals 1 Number of Workshops attended NIL
Number of Students guided at UG Level NIL Number of Students guided at PG Level NIL
Number of Research Scholars guiding NIL Additional Responsibilties NIL
Membership in Professional Bodies NIL
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Qualification Ph.D
Specialization Mineral Processing
Teaching Experience 6.8 Yrs
Industrial Experience NIL Research Experience 6 Yrs
Number of Technical Papers Published in National / International Journals NIL Number of Workshops attended 5
Number of Students guided at UG Level NIL Number of Students guided at PG Level NIL
Number of Research Scholars guiding NIL Additional Responsibilties NIL
Membership in Professional Bodies NIL
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Qualification B.E.
Specialization Mining Engineering
Teaching Experience 1 Yrs
Industrial Experience 7 Yrs Research Experience NIL
Number of Technical Papers Published in National / International Journals NIL Number of Workshops attended 1
Number of Students guided at UG Level NIL Number of Students guided at PG Level NIL
Number of Research Scholars guiding NIL Additional Responsibilties NIL
Membership in Professional Bodies NIL
Program Outcomes (PO)
Graduates will be able to:
  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  1. To be an effective mining engineer with imaginative learning, abilities and an advantage for the mining segment.
  2. Our students will create engineering ability to deal with any sort of mining activities whatsoever the dimensions of the executives viably and ready to take care of designing issues key to Mining Engineering.
  3. To be innovative in approach and pursue original research in the areas of mining with emphasis on the safety of health and environment.
  4. Our students will have the capacity to design excavationsrelated to the safe and economic exploitation of mineral resources by both surface and underground mining methods and possess a fundamental understanding of production sequencing, mine optimization, and equipment selection.
  5. Our students will have the fundamental skills related with project management, supervision, and basic leadershipwith high standard of ethical conduct, positive attitude and social responsibilities.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
  1. Analyze, plan, work, upkeep and assess different parts, techniques and framework utilizing best in class innovation in Mineral extraction and preparing up.
  2. Effectively practice as expert specialists, administrators and pioneers in the mining ventures and additionally a wide assortment of different fields as designers.
  3. Ability to use knowledge in data analytics and mining for industrial problems.
SL. No Name Designation College/ Industry/ Organisation
1Mr. Rajan Babu Director, KGF NIRM. KGF
2Mr. Venkateshan Director, Bangalore NIRM, Bangalore
3Dr Ch. S.N. Murthy Prof ( HAG)NITK Suratkal, Mangalore
4Dr. Manas Mukhophadyay HOD, MiningAcharya Institute of Technology Bangalore
5Dr.K. Ramesh HOD, MiningDr.TTIT
6Prof. VijayaRaghavan Dept of MiningDr.TTIT
7Prof. Paul Prasanna Kumar Dept of MiningDr.TTIT
Sl.Nos. Years Name of the Candidates USN Percentage University Rank
1 1993-1997 RAJA M V 93RM048 82.8 1
2 1994-1998 SUDEER 94RM034 82.45 ***
3 1995-1999 AMIT GUPTA 95RM003 88.2 ***
4 1996-2000 GOWTHAM D 96GREM4020 80.8 ***
5 1997-2001 AVINASH KUMAR 97GREM4003 83.15 ***
6 1998-2002 CHANDRA REDDY 1GV98MI023 80 ***
7 1999-2003 ARUNAVA BHANDARI 1GV99MI006 76.18 ***
8 2000-2004 KARAMEGAN N 1GV00MI007 86.37 1
9 2000-2004 JAGADEESHA T 1GV00MI005 79.81 2
10 2001-2005 KARTHIKA S 1GV01MI005 76.9 ***
11 2002-2006 ROHITH KUMAR 1GV02MI007 83.18 1
12 2003-2007 RAMA SHANKAR PRASAD 1GV03MI016 81.62 1
13 2003-2007 DEEPESH K G 1GV03MI003 80.98 2
14 2004-2008 PAVEL M S 1GV04MI004 77.79 ***
15 2005-2009 BOOBA GOWTHAM 1GV05MI003 74.17 1
16 2005-2009 VIMAL KUMAR P 1GV05MI018 70.31 2
17 2007-2011 RAJA S 1GV07MI017 87.88 1
18 2007-2011 SRIVASTAVA S 1GV07MI023 83.13 2
19 2008-2012 CHANDRAVARDAN MUDPALLI 1GV08MI004 79.42 1
20 2008-2012 RAJ MOHAMMED 1GV08MI020 74.57 2
21 2008-2012 ABDUL LATEEF 1GV08MI001 72.75 3
22 2008-2012 ANAND VIJAY SATTAYAM 1GV08MI002 69.82 4
23 2009-2013 MIRZA YASEEN BAIG 1GV09MI014 78.87 1
24 2009-2013 MATHEWS J M 1GV09MI013 77.91 2
25 2009-2013 AVVARU GOPI SESI KIRAN 1GV09MI002 75.8 3
26 2009-2013 REDDY SHANKAR RAO 1GV09MI026 75.04 4
27 2010-2014 KATHIKA R .K 1GV10MI012 79.77 1
28 2010-2014 MANNE GOWTHAM KUMAR REDDY 1GV10MI016 74.61 2
29 2010-2014 BHARATH KUMAR REDDY G 1GV10MI002 73.07 3
30 2010-2014 DONGIRISAB A M 1GV10MI006 70.99 4
31 2010-2014 S . KIRAN 1GV10MI024 69.48 5
32 2010-2014 SHANKAR KUMAR 1GV10MI028 66.17 6
33 2011-2015 GOURAV KUMAR 1GV11MI012 76.87 1
34 2011-2015 ABIN T GEORGE 1GV11MI001 75.09 2
35 2011-2015 AMITH SARDAR RAMESH 1GV11MI025 70.85 3
36 2011-2015 SHIVA KUMAR MM 1GV11MI029 68.65 4
37 2012-2016 SENDHURA CHEZIAN V S 1GV12MI032 75.91 1
38 2012-2016 SUSHANTH SUBHASH KASTURE 1GV12MI036 73.74 2
39 2012-2016 GURUR PRASAD D M 1GV12MI013 72.52 3
40 2012-2016 VIGNESH G 1GV12MI038 69.04 4
41 2012-2016 NITESH KUMAR 1GV12MI023 68.62 5
42 2013-2017 PARMI CHAITANYA PHANI KUMAR 1GV13MI032 82.78 1
43 2013-2017 SUMANTH BENNIHALLI 1GV13MI046 82.35 2
44 2014-2018 VENUGOPAL V 1GV14MI042 81.93 2
45 2014-2018 YUGINDER H 1GV14MI045 73.62 4
46 2014-2018 AKSHAYA KUMAR B 1GV14MI005 72.38 6
47 2014-2018 MARAM SAI KRISHNA 1GV14MI025 68.32 7

 
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Mining-HOD
Dr Ramesh K



Designation : HOD
Email Id : [email protected]
Specialization : Remote Sensing & GIS
Teaching Experience : 15 Yrs

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Publications
  • Dr Syed Ariff, John Gladious and Vikram, “Rational design methodology for design of underground caverns- A case study”, International conference “ICRTTEAS”-2019.
  • John Gladious et. al., “Nonel initiation for eco-friendly blasting”, International Conference “ICRTTEAS”-2019.
  • John Gladious et. al., “Rational Design Methodology for Design of Underground Caverns- A case study”, International Conference “ICRTTEAS”-2019.
  • G.H. Kotnise and John Gladious, “Gold Mining in India: the way forward on the topic “blast induced ground vibration study” at vadakumbram granite quarry for hard rock mining, at national conference held at Dr TTIT, K.G.F on 15-16th Feb, 2019.
  • Vijayaraghavan.P, “Prediction of Cuttability with Rock Cutting Resistance” South African Institute of Mining & Metallurgy (SAIMM), March 2018, Vol 118, Page 321-329.
  • Subha Ranjan Paul & S. Bhattacharya (2018), “Size by Size Separation Characteristics of a Coal Cleaning Jig”, Transaction of Indian institute of Metals, DOI 10.1007/s12666-018-1275-2.
  • Subha Ranjan Paul and S. Bhattacharya, “Performance Analysis of a Metallurgical Coal Cleaning Jig”. Asia Steel International Conference (2018), Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
  • Subha Ranjan Paul & S. Bhattacharya (2017), “Effect of feed particle size and feed NGM on the cleaning performance of a Jig”, Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects,39:19, 1984-1990, DOI: 10.1080/15567036.2017.1397823.
  • Vijaya Raghavan, Ch.S.N. Murthy “Prediction of Specific Energy in rock cutting with Artificial Neural Network” Future Trends in Engineering and Business (Future Trends2017) 26 & 27 May 2017, pp 221-227.
  • Vijayaraghavan.P, “Study on assessment and prediction of specific energy in rock cutting with artificial neural network” Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems Vol. 9. Sp– 17 / 2017 1955-1965.
  • Vijayaraghavan.P, “Study on Assessment and Prediction of Specific energy in rock cutting with Artificial Neural Network (ANN)” in Indian Journal of Engineering, 2017, 14(37), 167-190.
  • Vijayaraghavan.P, “Analysis of Airborne Respirable Dust Produced by Longwall Shearer in Longwall Face” in Midas Touch International Journal of Commerce Management & Technology, January, Vol 2. Page no 285-299.
  • Subha Ranjan Paul and S. Bhattacharya, “Performance evaluation of a Batac jig by analysis of Misplacement”. International conference of Mineral Processing Technology (MPT-2017), Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
  • Subha Ranjan Paul and S. Bhattacharya “Separation Characteristics of a Coal Cleaning jig”. International conference of Mineral Processing Technology (MPT-2016), Pune, Maharashtra (Received Best Paper Award).
  • Pradev D, “Theoretical analysis influence of attack angle on coefficient of drag of a re-entry vehicle using CFD tools” in World Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (WJERT) SJIF Impact Factor: 3.419, Volume 2, Issue 5, September 2016.
  • Mahendran. J, “recent advancement in mechanical engineering and allied fields” on the topic “optimal selection of machining parameters in CNC milling using DOE”, September 2016.
  • Vijaya Raghavan “Utilization of Continuous Miner for Optimum Production in Underground Coal Mines” in Recent practices and innovation in mining industries (RPIMI 2016) Conducted by NIT, Raipur on 19-20 February 2016, page 174-183.
  • Vijaya Raghavan, “Laboratory Investigation on ARD Generation during Rock Cutting” conducted by National Institute of Miners Health held at Dr. TTIT, K.G.F on 23 -24th Feb 2015.
  • Vijaya Raghavan, Ch.S.N. Murthy, V.R. Sastry, “Investigation on Dust Generated During Rock Cutting by Ansys Software” Proceedings of the 24th International Mining Congress of Turkey, Antalya/Turkey, April 14-17, 2015, page 142-150.
Workshop/Short Term Training Attended
  • Vijayaraghavan.P, attended one day Seminar on “Scientific Improvement in Mining Technology “conducted by Institute of Engineers, Bangalore.
  • Vijayaraghavan.P, attended a Short-Term Training Programme on “Environmental Chemo dynamics” conducted by Department of Chemical and Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai.
  • Vijayaraghavan.P, attended a Short-Term Training Programme on “Recent Development in Environmental Management in Mining Sector & Core industries” conducted by The Department of Mining Engineering NITK, Suratkal.
  • Vijayaraghavan.P, attended a Workshop “Recent Development in Rock Mechanics and Ground Control” conducted by The Department of Mining Engineering, NITK, Suratkal.

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  ROCK MECHANICS LAB
CAED
LAB EQUIPMENTS
  1. Brazilian Test Equipment
  2. Core Cutting Machine
  3. Point Load test Equipment
  4. Protodynakov Equipment
  5. Slack Durability Test Equipment
  6. Universal Testing Machine (40 Tons)
  7. Rock Permeability

Foreman:Mr. S. Ramesh

Faculty Incharge: Mr. J. John Gladious

  MINERAL PROCESSING LAB
CAED
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS
  1. Ball Mill
  2. Floatation Cell, 3-5 liters
  3. Jaw Crusher along with Crompton Motor and Starter
  4. Roller Crusher along with Crompton Motor and Starter
  5. Test Sieve
  6. Will Fly table
  7. Floatation Column
  8. Mineral jig

Staff Incharge:Mr. Sounder

Faculty Incharge: Dr. Subharanjan Paul

  MINE SURVEYING LAB
CAED
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS
  1. Brunton Compass
  2. Dumpy Level Unit Stand – 8 Nos
  3. .
  4. Surveyor Compass - 8 Nos
  5. Total Station
  6. Plane Table – 8 Nos
  7. Theodolite (Vernier Transit Type) – 11 Nos
  8. Prismatic Compass – 8 Nos

Foreman: Mr Ramesh

Faculty Incharge: Mr Yuvakeswar Govind R.

  MINE ENVIRONMENT AND VENTILATION LAB
CAED
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS
  1. Anemometer – 8 Nos
  2. Co. Detector
  3. Kata thermometer- 4Nos
  4. Methane meter
  5. Incline manometer
  6. Flame safety lamp GL-50- 4 Nos
  7. Hygrometer-8 Nos
  8. Dust sampler(APM40)

Foreman: Mr Ramesh

Faculty Incharge: Mr.Vikram.P

  MINING GEOLOGY LAB
CAED
LIST OF ROCK/MINERALS
  1. Rock forming minerals - 174 Specimens
  2. Ore forming minerals – 84 Specimens

Staff Incharge:Mr. Sounder

Faculty Incharge: Dr Ramesh K

  MINE MECHANIZATION LAB
CAED
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS
  1. Wire Ropes
  2. Double Ram Pump
  3. Sheave Wheel
  4. Safety Hook
  5. Cone Socket
  6. Air leg and Oil Lubricator – 3 Nos
  7. Jack Hammer – 4 Nos
  8. Core Bit

Staff Incharge:Mr. Sounder

Faculty Incharge: Mr Paul Prasanna Kumar S.

  COMPUTER APPLICATION IN MINING LAB
CAED
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS
  1. Intel Pentium with 32 Bit Duo Core Processor 320 GB HDD, 1 GB RAM – 20 Nos.

Staff Incharge:Mr. Nanda Kumar

Faculty Incharge: - Mr. Pradev D

  COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DRAWING LAB
CAED
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS
Solid Edge V18- 42 Users
Intel Pentium with 32 Bit Duo Core Processor 320 GB HDD, 1 GB RAM – 20 Nos.

Staff Incharge:Mr. Nanda Kumar

Faculty Incharge: Mr. Mahendran J

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DR. T. THIMMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Oorgaum, Kolar Gold Fields, Karnataka - 563120
(Affiliated to VTU, Belgaum, Approved by AICTE - New Delhi)
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