NATIONAL METALLURGICAL LABORATORY (CSIR-NML)
CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory (CSIR-NML) is one amongst thirty seven research institutes of the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research in India. It was inaugurated on November 26, 1950 by India’s first Prime minister, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru and dedicated to the service of nation.
CSIR-NML has emerged as a customer driven and globally competitive research institute in the area of minerals, metals and materials by introducing technology partnerships and collaborative business models with Indian industries and multinationals. CSIR-NML as on today is proud owner of the 2nd largest creep testing facilities in Asia which was started in the early 1970s. CSIR-NML has diversified its research areas ranging from mineral beneficiation, cleaner & sustainable metals production, alloy development,refractory materials development, advanced materials to corrosion studies, mathematical & physical modeling of processes, integrity evaluation of critical industrial components, non-destructive evaluation, and surface engineering. CSIR-NML took several mission mode programs on Health, environment, rural technology and sustainable development to cater to the needs of societal common masses.
CSIR-NML has significantly enhanced the business for its knowledgebase through innovation methods, building strong linkages with major stake holders. It has continuously improved its customers and entrepreneurs relationship by analyzing their demands, optimizing project costing, measuring and monitoring continual changes in customer‘s needs & expectations and also adjusting its strategy to changed challenges in the local & global markets. Location :Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India Manpower : ~ 367 [Scientist 126, Technical -110, Administrative -131]
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