PhD in Engineering is a full research program where candidates are given unique opportunity to follow their interest in a specialized area of research (including major research areas of electrical, electronics, mechanical and civil engineering) for 2-7 years and make an important academic contribution to the knowledge of chosen research area.

Students are given opportunity to experience the role of lab instructor and handling tutorial for Diploma/Foundation/Bachelor student in exchange for discount of fees (subject to approval of the respective semester). Prospective students are future researcher/academician in university and/or research institution, R & D Engineer, Engineering Specialist and techno-pruner.

Key Research Areas

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

  • Renewable Energy and Sustainability
  • Automation and embedded computing system
  • Signal Processing and Control Systems
  • Communications Systems and Networks
  • Radio Frequency and Microwave Engineering
  • System and Machine Intelligence
  • Photonics Technologies
  • Micro and Nano Engineering
  • Distributed Generation
  • Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
  • Power System Analysis
  • Power Quality
  • High Voltage Systems

Mechanical Engineering 

  • Automotive
  • Mechanical Design & Mechanics
  • Robotics and Mechatronics
  • Control and Automation
  • Renewable Energy and Sustainability
  • Thermal System and Energy
  • Advanced Materials
  • Advanced Nuclear Technology
  • Sea to Space

Civil Engineering

  • Construction materials science and engineering
  • Environmental and wastewater engineering
  • Geotechnical and geological engineering
  • Water resources engineering
  • Structural engineering
  • Highway and transportation Engineering 
  • Forensic Engineering
  • Project Management

Entry Requirements

  • Masters in the relevant domain; or 
  • Masters in a related domain with 2 year experience in the domain, including at least 2 publications in the domain;
  • Bachelor degree holder with CGPA 3.67 from recognized university and registered for Master program (structure A) for 6 months to 1 year (full time) or 1 to 2 years (part time) can apply for conversion to PhD subject to assessments and approval