One of the oldest and broadest engineering branches, Mechanical Engineering involves designing, development, production and use of mechanical tools to solve mechanical issues. For a Ph.D in mechanical engineering, Candidates should be postgraduate in relevant subject with 55% marks. After successful completion of doctoral degree, students may opt for teaching at universities and UG/PG colleges. They can also go for a post doctoral research. Mechanical Engineering makes the world go around, and mechanical engineers are the ones turning the wheels. Getting a Ph.D in mechanical engineering will provide tremendous opportunities in corporate and academia.
Engineers with doctorates have employment opportunities in both private and public sectors. They will also find lucrative career outside India.
A candidate has to submit a thesis about the research work followed by a presentation and panel Interview. Candidates work closely with their supervisors assigned to them for lab and other works after their admission. Publication of research papers during research time in the refereed journals will add value to their thesis according to the impact factor of the journal.
PG in relevant subject with 55% marks JRF NET / GATE / GPAT (as the case may be) is exempted from Ph.D. entrance test.
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