Syllabus for Mining Gate Exam

Mining Engineering subject is the one of the papers in GATE 2019 Exam. We are providing GATE Syllabus 2019 of Mining Engineering Paper. (MN) is the subject code of GATE Mining Engineering Exam. Below we’ve provided GATE Mining Engineering Syllabus and weight-age for GATE 2019 Exam. Here you can see Mining Engineering applicable chapters and topics for GATE exam 2019. Section 1: Engineering Mathematics Linear Algebra: Matrices and Determinants; Systems of linear equations; Eigen values and Eigen vectors. Calculus: Limit, continuity and differentiability; Partial Derivatives; Maxima and minima; Sequences and series; Test for convergence; Fourier series.

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Vacancies: 2018 in Hindustan Copper Limited

Hindustan Copper Limited (HCL) is a listed profit making vertically integrated, multi-Unit, Schedule-A Miniratna Central Public Sector Enterprise in the field of Copper production with gross turnover of Rs.1647.90 Crores in 2017-18. Its activities include mining, beneficiation, smelting, refining and production of finished Copper products at Units located in picturesque surroundings in the states of Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Gujarat with the Corporate Office at Kolkata. Most of the Units have well-developed Townships with modern facilities. The Company is on a fast track of growth and expansion. Its approach is ‘People Centric’ and provides for elaborate HR processes including well-defined policies to cater to employees’ growth and aspirations. To partner its growth process and man key-positions, the Company invites self-driven, professionally qualified and experienced Indian Nationals with proven capabilities to apply for the following posts. For further details please click on the below mentioned link- https://hindustancopper.com/Upload/Notice/22-636724646217521250-NoticeFILE.pdf

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Rock Breaker Vs Rock Splitter: The best option for Hard rock

To determine the suitability of any equipment in construction site or mining site, it is very much required to determine the cutability/ drilability or blastability factor of rock or soil. But as I do not have received sufficient data from your side, I can only asume some details from best of my knowledge after watching the video you have provided in youtube. I have watched the video you have mentioned and considered the following parameters from the best of my geotecchnical knowledge— 1. The area of interest is completely on rock not soil 2. The rock strength (UCS) is high to very high (100 to 150 MPA) 3. The interested depth is 1m to 1.5m

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