The Ph.D. degree is intended to recognize an individual’s expertise in a field of study and his or her ability to conduct original research that adds meaningful knowledge to the field. There is high demand for expertise in the field of Mechanical Engineering in a wide range of industries including aerospace, aviation, automotive, biomedical, and energy systems industries. Conducting research requires combining knowledge gained in the classroom with the ability to read the scientific literature, identify critical knowledge gaps, structure complex problems, formulate and test hypotheses, analyze and interpret data, and present and discuss technical results. Upon completion of his/her dissertation the student should be an expert in one of specialized subjects of Mechanical Engineering and shall contribute to discover innovative solutions for the problems of organizations, communities and society.
Min. Min. 3 Yrs (Including 6 Months Course Work)
A candidate for admission to the degree of Ph.D. must have obtained the Masters Degree with at least 55% marks (CGPA 5.5 - 6 in a scale of 10) of any recognized University (50% for SC / ST /Physically and visually handicapped candidates).