Welcome to BIIT(DEGREE)

One of the most emerging Degree College in Orissa at Bhubaneswar providing quality technical education.

Established in the year 2010 under Orissa Child Welfare & Education Trust (OCWET), this institution is few kms. from heart of the capital city Bhubaneswar.

BIIT is equipped with Computer Center to cater to the needs of students and faculty in the Institute. It is having specialized laboratories to provide variety of platforms and computing environment for degree students.

  • Admission Open for Classes 1 to 9 for the session 2017-18


Significance of Branch :
Metallurgical is a broad field that deals with all sorts of metal-related areas. Metallurgical engineers develop ways of processing metals and converting them into useful products. The three main branches of this major are physical metallurgy, extractive metallurgy and mineral processing. Metallurgical engineers are employed in many industries and work for companies that refine, produce, manufacture and distribute metals.

Career Opportunities :
Metallurgical has a wide scope. Because metals are used in so many industries, employment can be in large companies or small consulting firms. There are lots of companies in India doing metallurgy business for example all steel companies offer jobs to Metallurgical students. Metallurgical has a wide scope because it is a specialization field, basically metallurgy is science and technology of metals and materials, after four year you may get excellent job or you may go further for M.S or M.TECH. The main benefit of this branch is that very few seats available in the India. So excellent and bright future is there in metallurgical .
The Department :
The department of Metallurgical was started in the year 2010 with an intake capacity 60 at present.. The department has following Laboratories.

At present the department is equipped with the following laboratories:

Materials Processing Lab
Mechanical EngineeringLab-1
Mineral Processing Lab
Testing of Material Lab
Mineral Processing Lab
Fuel Testing Lab