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Welcome to global milling, nanomaterial technology and consulting firm.

Egoma Technologies Pvt. Ltd specializes in producing customizable solutions to Ball Mill requirements and nanopowders. We also provide consultancy in material related industrial and research R&D related problems. We have provided consultancy to RBI, Indian Railways. Our R&D team through their extensive and ongoing research has acquired Patented technologies in field of Planetary Ball mills and nanopowders. We offer improved products of EXPORT QUALITY at reduced prices. Our products are sure to revolutionize the whole powder metallurgical, ceramic, pharmaceutical, aerospace, biomaterial and electro ceramic industry.



Founder: Prem Prakash

Mr. Prakash obtained his B.Tech and subsequently his M.Tech Degrees from the Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, IIT Kanpur. His areas of expertise are in the synthesis and characterization of Nanoparticles of various oxide compounds through chemical routes, design and fabrication of equipments. He has published several technical articles in international journals of high repute. He has also presented research papers in many international conferences and holds four patents.



Co-Founder & Business Developer: Vivek Kumar Rastogi

Mr. Vivek Kumar Rastogi is an active businessman with business operations in India and overseas. His primary interests lie in the area of minerals and mining. Working with various minerals since past few years, he understands the importance of material science for future applications. The emerging field of nanoscience and nanomaterials also appeals him, which in turn enables his business acumen to exploit this as never before. Bringing together expert scientists and working professionals in this area to develop advanced materials' goods that serve the community summarizes his core vision for future.


Scientific Advisor: Dr. B.K. Mishra, Director, CSIR- IMMT Bhubaneswar

Prof. B.K. Mishra graduated with a Bachelors degree in Metallurgical Engineering from NIT Rourkela, in 1981. He obtained his Ph.D. degree from University of Utah and continued there for his post-doctoral research. In the year 1993, he moved to IIT Kanpur to start his teaching career. In 2006 he moved to CSIR as the Director of Institute of Minerals & Materials Technology. He is recognized for his contribution in the field of minerals engineering. He is credited to have applied for the first time the discrete element method to solve minerals engineering problems. Prof. Mishra's research efforts at CSIR-IMMT have been directed both at applied and basic levels and his research group boasts to have links with all major mineral processing industries of India. Prof. Mishra is currently heading the Green Steel project of Ministry of steel which is the most important research assignment of his career. If this project becomes successful then it will usher in a green solution to iron making where powdered iron ore will be used in hydrogen plasma to produce iron; it will have steam as the byproduct.

                    Based on his teaching experience, Prof. Mishra had introduced a one-year PG Diploma Course in Minerals Engineering at CSIR-IMMT which has been drawing industry's attention. All batches of students are directly absorbed in the industry through campus placement.

                    Prof. Mishra has published over 120 SCI journal papers in minerals and materials engineering area. He is a member of the editorial board in two of the most referred mineral processing journals: International Journal of Mineral Processing and Minerals Engineering. He is the recipient of the National Mineral Award and is a fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering.


List of Publications:


1. “Efficient synthesis and characterization of iron carbide powder by reaction milling”, D. Chaira, B.K. Mishra, S. Sangal, Powder Technology 191 (2009) 149–154.

2. “Synthesis and characterization of silicon carbide by reaction milling in a dual-drive planetary mill”, D. Chaira, B.K. Mishra, S. Sangal”, Materials Science and Engineering A 460–461 (2007) 111–120.

3. “Efficient Synthesis and Characterization of Nanostructured TiC Powder by Reaction Milling”, Debasis Chaira, S. Sangal, B. K. Mishra, Trans Indian Inst Met (2011) 64(6):549–554.

4. “Magnetic properties of cementite powder produced by reaction milling”, D. Chaira, B.K. Mishra, S. Sangal”, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 474 (2009) 396–400.

5. “Effect of planetary ball milling on phase transformation of a silica-rich iron ore”, R. Sakthivel, K. Jayasankar, S.K. Das, B. Das, B.K. Mishra, Powder Technology 208 (2011) 747–751.

6. “Synthesis of Aluminium–Cementite Metal Matrix Composite by Mechanical Alloying”, Debasis Chaira, S. Sangal, B.K. Mishra”, Materials and Manufacturing Processes, 22:4, 492-496, 2007.


Awards & News:

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Jornal of American Ceremic Society

1st Prize at IDEAZ 2007 at IIT Bombay

3rd Prize in "Indian Innovation Pioneer Challenge 2007-08

Young innovative pioneers Award - Press information bureau - Government of India

Young innovative pioneers Award

Indian Innovation Pioneers Challenge

Young innovative pioneers Award - Dept of Science and Technology