Ph.D. in Science is a 2 to 4 year full-time and Part Time Doctorate course depending on whether the student has M.Tech / B.Tech. degree, respectively, the minimum eligibility for which is a national level exam such as GATE, JRF with a minimum of 60% aggregate in the qualifying examination. The program is spread over 4-8 semesters, with the final semester based on the candidate’s chosen stream of study.
Top institutes for Ph.D. in Science are
Admission to Ph.D. in Science course is based on the candidate’s performance in an interview held usually a month before the commencement of the semester for which admission is sought. The interview may be supplemented by a written test, if necessary.
Such Doctorates are hired in capacities such as Market Research Analyst, Business Development Manager, Competitive Intelligence Analyst, Product Manager, Management Consulting, Quantitative Analyst, Medical Communication Specialist, Healthcare Information Technology Specialist, Operations Research Analyst, Medical Science Liaison and such.
The average tuition fee charged for Ph.D. in Science course in India ranges between INR 50,000 and 1 Lac for a span of 2 to 4 years, and the average annual salary offered to such professional’s ranges between INR 10 and 20 Lacs, increasing with experience and expertise.
Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course
|Duration||2-4 years (depending on whether the student has M.Tech. or B.Tech. degree)|
|Examination Type||Semester wise|
|Eligibility||UG, PG or some national level exam such as GATE, JRF with a minimum of 60% aggregate|
|Admission Process||Interview may be supplemented by a written test, if necessary.|
|Course Fee||INR 50,000 and 1 Lacs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 10 and 20 Lacs per annum|
|Top Recruiting Companies||Airbus, Aecom, AMEC, Apple, Astra Zeneca, Atkins, Barclays, Black Rock, BP, Citi, EDF Energy, Environment Agency, Google, GSK, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Jacobs Engineering, KPMG, L’Oreal, Mondelez International, Mott MacDonald, NHS, Oxfam, Proctor & Gamble.|
|Job Positions||Market Research Analyst, Business Development Manager, Competitive Intelligence Analyst, Product Manager, Management Consulting, Quantitative Analyst, Medical Communication Specialist, Healthcare Information Technology Specialist, Operations Research Analyst, Medical Science Liaison.|
Ph.D. in Science program has been designed to offer to eligible candidates’ specialization in a wide range of Learning, Cognition, Instruction, and Development concentration. Those who wish to pursue studies in biology education should be well versed in the content and methods of biology, while those who wish to pursue studies in physics education need to be knowledgeable of physics content and methods. This specialization is intended for students desiring a research-oriented doctoral experience.
Successful graduates of the course interested in pursuing further studies in the discipline may go for pursuing Postdoc. In general, a Ph.D. is the highest degree you can get. A Postdoc is simply a research position that is not permanent, i.e. no fixed contract or tenure. It is just an academic research job that's typically done after attaining a Ph.D. It's not a degree in its own right.
The program aims to build in student’s competent business acumen through advanced study of general subjects such as knowledge of physics content and methods, biology, later allowing them to specialize in a chosen area. Ph.D. in Science curriculum involves intensive study, culminating with the completion of a research-based dissertation.
One of the principal objectives of Ph.D. in Science course is to prepare students to conduct research about the learning and teaching of science within different scientific disciplines.
There are variety of specializations under Ph.D. in Science. Some of them are listed below.
|Ph.D. Anatomy||Ph.D. Animal Nutrition|
|Ph.D. Anthropology||Ph.D. Applied Chemistry|
|Ph.D. Botany||Ph.D. Biochemistry|
|Ph.D. Applied Mathematics||Ph.D. Applied Physics|
|Ph.D. Biotechnology||Ph.D. Chemistry|
|Ph.D. Home Science||Ph.D. Life Sciences|
|Ph.D. Computer Science||Ph.D. Environmental Science|
|Ph.D. Food and Nutrition||Ph.D. Geology|
Listed below are some of the top institutes in India that offer the course
|Name of Institute||City||Average Fees|
|Loyola College||Chennai||INR 21,600|
|Christ University||Bangalore||INR 15,5,001|
|Stella Maris College||Chennai||INR 25,800|
|Presidency College||Chennai||INR 8,085|
|Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda College||Chennai||INR 6,615|
|Jadavpur University||Kolkata||INR 24,000|
|The New College, Chennai||Chennai||INR 7,164|
|Ramniranjan Jhunjhunuwala College||Mumbai||INR 60,660|
|Indian Institute Of Technology - [IIT], Kanpur||Kanpur||INR 84,132|
|Barkatullah University - [BU], Bhopal||Bhopal||INR 75,000|
|Jyoti Nivas College||Bangalore||INR 1,20,000|
|The Northcap University||Gurgaon||INR 2,16,000|
|Jaipur National University||Jaipur||INR 3,21,000|
|Mangalayatan University||Aligarh||INR 1,50,000|
|Kishinchand Chellaram College||Mumbai||INR 33,555|
|Shiv Nadar University - [SNU], Greater Noida||Noida||INR 3,69,000|
|Guru Nanak Khalsa College Of Arts, Science & Commerce||Mumbai||INR 9,600|
|Birla Institute Of Technology - [BIT Mesra], Ranchi||Ranchi||INR 1,77,000|
|Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed College For Women||Chennai||INR 96,000|
|Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University - [CSJM], Kanpur||Kanpur||INR 1,59,000|
|VELS University||Chennai||INR 1,41,999|
|Periyar Maniammai University - [PMU]||Thanjavur||INR 54,000|
|Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Amritapuri Campus - [Amrita University]||Kollam||INR 3,99,000|
|University Of Lucknow||Lucknow||INR 30,756|
|Women's Christian College||Chennai||INR 15,375|
|Institute For Excellence In Higher Education - [IEHE]||Bhopal||INR 40,914|
|Kerala University Of Fisheries And Ocean Studies - [KUFOS] Panangad||Kochi||INR 35,925|
Candidates wishing to apply for the course need to have completed Master’s degree in Science or Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/Technology from a recognized university or qualify some national level exam such as GATE, JRF with Science and Biology subjects, and with a minimum aggregate score of 60%.
Most institutes offering the Ph.D. in Science course admit students based on their performance in a relevant entrance test, followed by a round of Personal Interview. Some institutes conduct their own entrance tests for offering admission. Admission process generally varies across colleges Following are the entrance exam that are conducted by some of the Ph.D. (Science) colleges in India:
Following are the subjects of Ph.D. in Science for all semesters:
The subject-wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated here.
|Computer Architectural Framework||Computer System Design|
|Introduction to Object Oriented Systems||Overview of Parallel Processing and Pipeline Processing|
|Introduction to distributed Objects||Principles of Scalable Performance|
|Component Object Model (COM) & interfaces in COM||Multiprocessor Architecture|
|Classes and Objects in COM/DCOM||Multithreaded Architecture|
|Distributed COM||Vector and Array Processor|
|CORBA, JAVA, and Object Web||Pipeline Architecture|
|Advanced Computer Algorithms||Advanced Software Engineering|
|Algorithm Analysis, Algorithm Design Techniques, Sorting and Searching Algorithms, String Processing Algorithms.||Software Development Process|
|Divide and Conquer Method||Requirement Engineering|
|Greedy Method||System Design Overview|
|Back tracking, Branch and Bound||Web Engineering and Software Quality Metrics|
|NP-hard and NP-complete problems|
|Advanced Database Management Systems||Wireless Networks and Communication|
|Parallel and Distributed Databases, Web Databases||Frequencies for Radio Transmission|
|Data warehousing||Telecommunication Systems, Satellite Systems, Broadcast Systems|
|Data mining||Wireless LAN|
|Object Database Systems||Wireless ATM|
|XML||Mobile Network Layer, Mobile Transport Layer, Support Layer for Mobility|
|Spatial Data management, Deductive databases||Performance Issues|
|Advanced Transaction Processing||Medium Access Control|
|Web Technologies||Distributed Systems|
|Web Environment, , Web Technologies, the Web as an Example of Client Server Computing||Characterization of Distributed System, Interposes Communication|
|XML Primer, XLS, JSP.ASP||Distributed File System, Name Services, Time and Global States, Co-ordination and Agreements|
|Building Web Applications||Transaction and Concurrency Control, Replication, Distributed Shared Memory|
|Distributed Objects and Remote Invocation, Operating System Support, Security|
As Market Research Analyst, successful Doctorate of Ph.D. in Science course keeps track of the gaining information about commercialization opportunities.
Aspirants can also opt for pursuing Postdoc. A Postdoc is simply a research position that is not permanent, i.e. no fixed contract or tenure. It is just an academic research job that's typically done after attaining a Ph.D.
Aspirants can also work as Business Development Manager, Competitive Intelligence Analyst, Product Manager, Management Consulting, Quantitative Analyst, Medical Communication Specialist, Healthcare Information Technology Specialist, Operations Research Analyst, and Medical Science Liaison.
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Some of the popular professional avenues open to successful Doctorate of the course are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.
|Job Position||Job Description||Average Annual Pay Scale in INR|
|Market Research Analyst||As a Market Research Analyst, their responsibilities include gaining information about commercialization opportunities as well as evaluating the key advantages and disadvantages of your products versus competitor products.||Rs 3,51,516|
|Business Development Manager||A Business Development Manager key responsibilities include developing new business opportunities, managing existing products, developing market strategies, and building new business partnerships. As a Business Development Manager, they will have to prioritize innovative products based on market needs and competitor positioning.||Rs 5,63,674|
|Competitive Intelligence Analyst||Competitive Intelligence (CI) Analysts main role is to gather information about products that are in a competing company’s pipeline and analyzing these products to determine how they will affect the market.||Rs 45,40,071|
|Product Manager||As a Product Manager, they must be able to quickly identify market needs, communicate those needs with their marketing team, and find innovative solutions for these needs.||Rs 20,73,081|
|Management Consulting||As a Management Consultant, it requires to leverage the problem solving skills and to design unique strategies to overcome these problems. They must be able to present their findings both orally in PowerPoint presentations and in written form through detailed reports.||Rs 10,06,667|
|Quantitative Analyst||QA responsibilities include quantitative data analysis, financial research, statistical modeling, and pattern recognition—all related to predicting trades.||Rs 7,07,867|
|Medical Communication Specialist||As a Medical Communication Specialist, their responsibilities will include writing and editing materials that healthcare organizations will use to communicate with patients, clients and medical professionals. Medical Communication Specialists often work to produce a variety of documents, including patient education brochures, Web content, physician articles, sales training materials and regulatory documents.||Rs 6,64,149|
|Healthcare Information Technology Specialist||This job is to convert all healthcare related data into an electronic format. This has made the role of Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) Specialist one of the fastest growing jobs.||Rs 9,07,977|
|Operations Research Analyst||These Analysts are very high-level problem solvers. Their job is to systemize organizations as efficiently and effectively as possible. Operations Research Analysts were first implemented by the military a few decades ago but now they are used in almost every sector. The demand of this role has increased investments in big data analytics platforms.||Rs 3,11,486|
|Medical Science Liaison||MSLs act as scientifically trained field personnel who are considered to be part of a company’s medical staff. As an MSL, one of your key responsibilities is to build rapport with KOLs in various therapeutic research areas.||Rs 99,33,950|
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