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ISM dhanbad

Indian School of Mines - Dhanbad ( Jharkhand )

Facilities
Size
175 Acres
Accredited By
Other
Established Date
1926
Government
Type
1409
Total Students
Rs. 30700 - Rs. 100000
( Per Semester) Fees Range
Total Courses
44
Placement Percentage
100.0
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Indian School of Mines - ISM dhanbad - ISM

The Indian School of Mines (ISM) was established by the Government of India in 1926 on the pattern of Royal School of Mines, London to teach Mining Engineering and Applied Geology to provide manpower for the Indian Mineral Industry and the concerned departments of the Government. Subsequently in 1957, Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics disciplines were also added. In due recognition of its vital role in the service of the mineral exploration and mining sectors of the national economy, ISM was granted autonomy by the Government of India in 1967; and has been functioning as a Deemed University under the University Grants Commission Act, 1956. In 1996, it came under financial and administrative control of MHRD, Government of India. It has 218 acres of fully residential campus of its own consisting of graceful blend of old and new style buildings. The serene campus comprises academic buildings, separate hostels for boys and girls, faculty & staff quarters, health centre, workshop, Student Activity Centre (SAC), canteen and other infrastructural facilities for its cosmopolitan community. The Indian National Congress at its XVII Session of December 1901 passed a resolution stating that “in view of the fact that the tendency of recent legislation namely, The Indian Mines Act VII of 1901, is that all Indian mines must be kept under the supervision of mining experts, the Congress is of opinion that a Government College of Mining Engineering be established in some suitable place in India on the models of the Royal School of Mines in England, Mining Colleges of Japan and at other places in the continent”. The McPherson Committee formed by Govt. of India, recommended the establishment of an institution for imparting education in the fields of Mining and Geology, whose report, submitted in 1920, formed the main basis for establishment of the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad

Overview Courses

List of entrance exams JEE Advanced, GATE, CAT
Pass percentage 75%
Percentage students passed first class 55%
Percentage students passed with distinction 40%
Average Graduation percent 55.0%
Transfer Allowed Yes
Eligibility For Transfer None
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Overview Campus

Area 175 Acres
Built up area 708200 Acres
Classrooms 52
Sport Grounds 5
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Overview Placement

ISM Dhanbad, since its inception has strived to provide its students with the best of the placement opportunities in the industry. The students at Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad have had a record of bagging the most sought after jobs in the field of Mining and Petroleum. The companies like ACC Limited, Airtel, Amazon India, Analytics Quotient Services India Pvt Ltd., ANDRITZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Axis Bank, BGR Mining & Infra Pvt. Ltd., Cairn India, Caterpillar India Pvt. Aakash Educational Services Ltd., Adani Group, Arista Networks. The average placement of the institute for each branch is 70%.

 

 

Placement Ratio 100.0%
Number of visiting companies 15
Average Salary 5.0 lacs
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Last Update 09 Nov, 2016
Awards Ranked 11th in India in the Outlook Engineering Colleges survey of 2013
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