A manganese, carbon, and iron alloy called high carbon ferro manganese is largely utilised in the steel industry. It increases the steel's strength, hardness, and wear resistance with a typical composition of 70-80% manganese and 6-8% carbon. The steel's capacity to harden and respond to heat treatment are improved by its high carbon content. Manganese encourages the production of austenite and also adds to the steel's strength and toughness. When manufacturing steel, high carbon ferro manganese works as a deoxidizing agent and helps with desulfurization, enhancing the steel's cleanliness and quality. Wherever high-strength and wear-resistant steels are needed, especially in the construction, automotive, and industrial industries, it finds use.