Ph.D. in Engineering is a 3-year full-time doctorate level course in Engineering. Minimum eligibility for the course is M.E/M.Tech degree or an equivalent Master’s degree with 55% of marks or 6 GPA point scale from a recognized university. Many colleges offer Ph.D. in Engineering course in India. Every college has their own eligibility criteria, admission process, and fees structure.
Some of the top colleges/universities offer this course includes:
The average fee for this course ranges between INR 20,000 to INR 4 Lacs based on the candidate’s marks obtained in their master’s degree or entrance exams.
Engineering has a variety of subjects such as Energy, Fluid mechanics, and Turbomachinery, Electrical Engineering, Mechanics and Design, Computer Science and Engineering, Civil Engineering, Manufacturing and Management, Information Engineering, etc. After completing this doctorate course, students are expected to produce original work to contribute that they have the knowledge of engineering field.
Admission to Ph.D. in Engineering course is based on merit list or entrance-exam. Most of the colleges select students based on the marks obtained in their master’s degree or an equivalent degree for Ph.D. in Engineering course admissions. Some reputed colleges conduct entrance exams for this course admission. Students who are selected for entrance exam should attend the personal interview conducted by the college. Based on their performances, they will be selected for admissions.
After completion of this course, graduates may work in fields like IT Sectors, Manufacturing Units, Agriculture Sectors, Retail Sectors, Aerospace Companies, Telecommunications, etc. These professionals may work in positions like Engineering Technician, Application Engineer, Research Assistant, Water Resource Engineer, Chemical Engineer, etc. The average salary for these professionals ranges between INR 2 to 10 Lacs as per their experience and expertise in this field.
Written below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Examination Type||Semester type|
|Admission Process||Merit-based or Entrance-based|
|Top recruiting organizations||TCS, Hindustan Lever, LG, Samsung, L&T Private Limited, CTS, Microsoft, HP, Lenovo|
|Top recruiting areas||IT Sectors, Manufacturing Units, Agriculture Sectors, Retail Sectors, Aerospace Companies, Telecommunications|
|Top job profiles||Engineering Technician, Application Engineer, Research Assistant, Water Resource Engineer, Chemical Engineer|
|Course Fee||INR 30,000 to 4 Lacs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 2 to 10 Lacs|
Ph.D. in Engineering course has various specializations such as civil engineering, building engineering, electrical engineering, computer science engineering, information systems engineering, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, aerospace engineering, and computer engineering. Candidates may select any one of the specialization based on their interest. The curriculum may vary from one specialization to another.
In this course, students study major topics such as mathematical methods, developments in engineering, system and control, fluid mechanics, structural mechanics, dynamics and vibrations of mechanical and biochemical systems, energy conservation, academic conversation, academic communication skills, robotics, aeronautics and astronautics, industrial engineering, integrative studies for building engineering, structural engineering, construction management, and water resources.
|Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering||Ph.D. Chemical Engineering|
|Ph.D. CSE||Ph.D. Civil Engineering|
|Ph.D. EEE||Ph.D. Electrical Engineering|
|Ph.D. Electronics and Communication Engineering||Ph.D. Electronics and Telecommunications|
|Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering||Ph.D. Nanotechnology|
|Ph.D. Electrical Communication Engineering||Ph.D. Electronics Engineering|
|Ph.D. Computer Engineering||Ph.D. Engineering and Technology|
Given below are the college names, location and the average structure of the fees which will be taken by the college for this course.
|COLLEGE NAME||CITY||AVERAGE ANNUAL FEE IN INR|
|College of Engineering and Technology||Akola||INR 1,65,000|
|Lovely Professional University||Jalandhar||INR 3,16,000|
|MIT Art, Design and Technology University||Pune||INR 1,00,000|
|Amity University||Noida||INR 1,50,000|
|Birla Institute of Technology and Science||Pilani||INR 3,34,000|
|SGT University||Gurgaon||INR 4,50,000|
|Jaipur National University||Jaipur||INR 1,06,000|
|Indian Institute of Science||Bangalore||INR 50,400|
|M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology||Bangalore||INR 59,000|
|Manipal Academy of Higher Education||Manipal||INR 20,000|
|Sanskriti University||Mathura||INR 1,95,000|
|Indian Institute of Technology||Kharagpur||INR 60,000|
|DIT University||Dehradun||INR 2,16,000|
|Poornima University||Jaipur||INR 1,75,000|
|Sharda University||Greater Noida||INR 1,80,000|
|GLA University||Mathura||INR 1,27,000|
|Jagannath University||Jhajjar||INR 2,25,000|
|The LNM Institute of Information Technology||Jaipur||INR 62,000|
|Bhagwant University||Ajmer||INR 1,75,000|
|AISECT University||Bhopal||INR 3,15,000|
|National Institute of Technology||Agartala||INR 50,700|
Candidates who have completed M.E/M.Tech or an equivalent master’s degree from a recognized university are eligible for Ph.D. in Engineering course. Candidates should obtain 55% of marks in their Master’s degree for this Ph.D. in Engineering course eligibility (50% of marks for SC.ST/OBC candidates). The percentage may vary from one college to another. Eligible candidates may apply for this course through online or offline.
Admission to Ph.D. in Engineering course is based on Merit list or an Entrance-exam. Most of the colleges conduct counseling and select students based on the merit list prepared by the state-wise universities. Some of the reputed colleges conduct entrance exams to select students for this course admission.
Some of the major entrance exam conducted by the reputed colleges and universities are:
Entrance exams may vary from state to state. Few colleges conduct the personal interview followed by the entrance exam. Those colleges select students based on their performances in an entrance exam and the personal interview.
A semester-wise syllabus for Ph.D. in Engineering is given below. The syllabus may vary from one college to other.
|SEMESTER I||SEMESTER II|
|Engineering Mathematics I||Engineering Mathematics II|
|Engineering Physics||Engineering Chemistry/Physics|
|Engineering Chemistry||Engineering Mechanics|
|Computer Systems and Programming||Mechanical Engineering|
|Electrical and Electronics Engineering||Mechanical Engineering|
|-||Environmental Studies and Disaster Management|
|SEMESTER III||SEMESTER IV|
|Engineering Mathematics III||Communication Engineering|
|Digital Electronics||Principles of Programming Languages|
|Electronic Circuits||Computer Organization and Architecture|
|Discrete Structures||Database and File Systems|
|Object-Oriented Programming||Engineering Management and Economics|
|Data Structures||System Software|
|SEMESTER V||SEMESTER VI|
|Software Engineering||Operating Systems|
|Microprocessor and Interfaces||Computer Networks|
|E-Commerce||Design and Analysis of Algorithms|
|Computer Graphics||Embedded Systems|
|Telecommunication Fundamentals||Theory of Computation|
|Logical and Fundamental Programming||Digital Signal Processing|
|Information Theory and Coding||Advanced Software Engineering|
|-||Microwave and Satellite Communication|
Graduates who have completed this course have lots of opportunities in various fields of engineering. Professionals may work in major areas such as IT consultancies, IT departments, IT service providers, Telecommunications, Aerospace companies, Defence, Financial services, Retail sectors, Healthcare sectors, Manufacturing sectors, Agriculture sectors, etc. Some professionals may work in top colleges and universities in major roles. Few professionals may start their own career as an entrepreneur.
These professionals may work in government, private, and public sectors. Graduates may work in job roles offered by the top companies and organizations are Technician, Web developer, System designer, Helpdesk specialist, Networking specialist, Data-warehousing analyst, e-commerce specialist, Lab instructor, Software engineer, Development manager, Subject matter specialist, etc. Graduates who have an interest in teaching field may work as professors and lecturers.
Read about more Ph.D. in Engineering courses
Given below are the major job positions, their descriptions, and the Average annual salary for each position:
|JOB POSITION||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY IN INR|
|Application engineer||Application Engineers are working as a bridge between clients and electrical engineers. They use client requirements and sales information to design, test, develop, and implement the program applications. They may also provide support to clients, installations and perform sales performance.||INR 4 to 5 Lacs|
|Engineering Technician||Engineering Technicians are responsible for working in science-related fields and may work in laboratories, work on construction sites, work in offices or at industrial and manufacturing plants. They may also assist engineers with research and development, quality control or design. They also work alongside scientists or as quality assurance inspectors.||INR 2 to 4 Lacs|
|Water Resource Engineer||Water Resource Engineers are responsible for developing new equipment and systems for water resource management facilities. The systems that Water Resource Engineers create ensure that citizens are provided with a continuous supply of clean, uncontaminated water for drinking, living, and recreational purposes.||INR 5 to 6 Lacs|
|Chemical engineer||Chemical Engineers are responsible for applying the principles of chemistry, physics, maths, and biology, to solve major problems that involve the production or use of chemicals, food, medical drugs, fuel, nuclear and many other products. They used to design processes and equipment for large-scale manufacturing, planning, testing, and executing production methods and by-products treatment, and direct facility operations.||INR 4 to 5 Lacs|
|Research Assistant||Research Assistants are mostly found in the social science or laboratory setting. And they will perform experiments under their supervision. Some research assistants might work for novel writers, newsletter writer, newspaper reporters and other writing professions that might need someone to track down information.||INR 2 to 4 Lacs|
Thanks for subscribing, You will be the first to recieve College related news
Please check for mails in the SPAM folder of your mailbox.