The M.Phil is offered by the Department of Engineering as a full-time course of research, introducing students to research skills and specialist knowledge. Its main aims are: to give students with relevant experience at first-degree level the opportunity to carry out focused research under close supervision in the discipline of Engineering; to give students the opportunity to acquire or develop skills and expertise relevant to their research interests. This general MPhil is very flexible, and can be tailored to suit each student's particular interests, providing a suitable supervisor is available.
- To pursue M.Phil. one needs to have a Master's degree in engineering. Candidates need to acquire 55% marks in the subject chosen for M.Phil. course or an allied subject at the postgraduate level to be considered eligible for the course. The percentage Norm may vary from Institute to Institute.
- A written test maybe conducted to assess the candidate’s knowledge. Those who qualify in the written test will be required to appear in an interview. Certain institute’s waiver entrance test if the candidate has qualified in NET, SET or equivalent national level examination.
- The admission procedure and mode of selection for admission to Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) through distance learning however, may vary from one Institute to another. Some Institutes have specified added eligibility criteria for admitting candidates into their distance learning M.Phil. program.
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