In this study, the formation of Fe-TiC composite through carbothermal reduction of hematite and anatase was investigated with various sintering temperature. Mixture of hematite and anatase powders was milled with graphite for 20 hours in a high energy ball mill in argon atmosphere with composition of Fe-30%volTiC. The as-milled powder was analyzed with X-ray diffraction analysis and the result shows broadening of hematite peaks with disappearance of anatase and graphite peaks due to refinement of powder and diffusion of carbon. The as-milled powder was cold pressed under 200 MPa and sintered in argon atmosphere at various sintering temperature i.e, 1200°C, 1300°C and 1400°C. Higher sintering temperature facilitated reduction of hematite and anatase to produce Fe-TiC composite.