ME : PhD
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree is intended primarily for students who desire a career in research, advanced development or teaching. PhD programs are designed to give students a broad background in mathematics and engineering sciences, together with intensive study and research experience in a specialized area.
Ph.D. in ME candidate carries out in individual capacity original research on a specific topic that must result in a dissertation of publishable quality. The course is focussed entirely on Mechanical Engineering and is a research based course that delves further into this specific field of study. Candidates should however have a strong background in maths and science. We offer the following specialization
- Thermo Fluid Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering Design
Market Trends of Mechanical Engineering Design
- A PhD Mechanical Engineering degree can open many doors for career opportunities in teaching, research and industry.
- Holding a PhD will in fact give you better starting salary and better career opportunities in many companies
Unique Selling Points of Ph.D. Program
- Develop creative thinking and ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems
- Explore inter-disciplinary areas
- Research oriented curriculum with focus on publication of research articles
- Market driven curriculum, updated periodically in consultation with experts from industry and academia.
- State-of-the-art laboratory facility (CAD Lab, IC Engine, Vibration labs, CoE and others) for understanding and undertaking quality research work.
- Efficient and highly qualified faculty members nurturing students for their future endeavours.
- Flexibility in choosing courses to facilitate industry placement and admission in Universities abroad.
- Outstanding industry-academia interaction through expert sessions, industrial visits, internships, professional societies and workshops.
- Emphasis on holistic development of students through promotion of co-curricular activities and professional societies in the department.