Mechanical Engineering (Ph.D)
Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore Bangalore

Type: Ph.D

Category: Science, Engineering & Bio Technology

Sub Category: Mechanical Engineering

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About Mechanical Engineering (Ph.D) Course

Here are the details of Mechanical Engineering (Ph.D) Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.

Area of Study:- Experimental Stress Analysis and Fracture Mechanics, Biomechanics, Tribology and Noise Control; Mechanisms, Robotics and CAD,  Turbulence and  Cavitation, Computational Heat Transfer, Internal Combustion Engines, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Metal Casting and Manufacturing. Dynamics, Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), Nano Tribology, Structural Optimization and Design.

Eligibility Criteria:-  ME /M Tech /M Des or BE / B Tech or equivalent degree or Master’s degree in Science, Applied Science, Materials Science or Engineering Design or B Sc or equivalent degree with Mathematics followed by AMIE, Grad.  IETE, AMIIChE, AMIIM, AMIMech.E(I) or B Sc or equivalent degree in Physical  and Mathematical Sciences or Computer Science or Electronics followed by a Master’s degree in Computer Science or Applications.

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About the College

The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) was conceived as a 'Research Institute' or 'University of Research' by Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, in the twilight years of the 19th century. A long period of almost thirteen years was to elapse from the initial conception in 1896 to the birth of the Institute on May 27, 1909. The early history of the Institute is a fascinating chapter in the story of higher education and scientific research in India. The cast of characters in the drama that led to the establishment of the Institute includes, in addition to its charismatic and generous founder J.N. Tata, figures from the pages of Indian history. There is Swami Vivekananda, whom J.N. Tata befriended on his famous voyage to the United States, the Maharaja of Mysore, Shri Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and his mother then acting on his behalf, and Lord Curzon the Viceroy of India, whose first task on arrival on December 31, 1898 was to receive a draft proposal prepared by the Provisional Committee set up to plan the establishment of the Institute.

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Comments / Reviews / Queries Mechanical Engineering (Ph.D)

  • Respected sir, i have done M.Sc in biochemistry,now i want to know that,is there is any correspondence course for Ph.D in biochemistry.If it is then what is the admission procedure for the same. Posted By : KULDEEP SINGH, on 11-11-2011 22:38:36
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  • get a degree it Ph.D Posted By : begraj, on 13-10-2011 11:43:00
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  • Hello sir,I did my in Mechanical Engineering and MS in Computational Engineering (Germany). I want to do research in Mechanical engineering. what is the procedure to do PhD there? Posted By : Nanam Sudheer, on 08-02-2011 06:21:54
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  • Hello sir, I did my in Mechanical Engineering and MS in Computational Engineering (Germany). I want to do research in Mechanical engineering. what is the procedure to do PhD there? Posted By : Nanam Sudheer, on 08-02-2011 06:21:33
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  • i have of automotive engineering, 2000, from egypt. i am working in saudi arabia in technical college, lecturer, since 2002 i want to complete my phd study ( mechanical or automotive engineering)using part time system. do you have such system? what is the total codt? how many years of study? how can i apply? thanks Posted By : osama youssif, on 27-11-2010 12:06:18
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  • suggest the topic for PHD , I am M Tch in CAD, CAM Posted By : Vishal Rathi, on 21-10-2010 23:01:57
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  • Respected Sir, I have done MS in "Engineering and Management of Manufacturing Systems" from Cranfield University (UK) (One year full time Course sponsored by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Bangalore where i am working as Dy.Manager (Methods & Planning) in October ’09. I would like to do PhD in your esteemed Institution. Is there any releted Subject is available to do PhD. If,so weather i am eligible to do PhD ? Pls reply sir Posted By : Yogeesh, on 17-10-2010 10:32:21
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  • Respected Sir, I have done MS in QUALITY MANAGEMENT from BITS, PILANI in JUNE’10. Is there any distance learning courses available in your institution after MS programme to get PHD Posted By : RAKESH CHOUDHARY, on 27-06-2010 04:59:02
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