Stream Engineering
Course Type M.Phil
Duration 2 Years


Master of Philosophy is an advanced post graduate research degree programme. The course is offered by many universities in India as well abroad. Students gain in-depth knowledge in their relevant domain of learning. The course provides first-hand experience in research, monitored closely by supervisor of the engineering department. The students get ample opportunities to develop the skills in the interest of their research study. The program equips the students with problem solving ability and leadership traits to set a standard in the relevant areas. The students have to present papers and thesis and take up master's level lecture courses.


Program Pattern

  • The duration of the course is two years.
  • The Course is divided into four semesters, two semester in each year.
  • The final year would be contributing to a dissertation preparation.


Entrance Exams

  • UGC National Eligibility Test (NET)
  • UGC State Eligibility Test (SET)


Common Entrance Exams

  • Maharashtra SET (MSET)
  • Symbiosis Eligibility Test


Common Universities / Institutes

There are various Institutes to study M Phil, some of them are:

  1. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
  2. Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune
  3. University of Mumbai, Mumbai
  4. Shivaji University, Kolhapur
  5. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad


Future Scope

  • Research Assistant
  • Scientist
  • Assistant Professor
  • Consultant
  • Job (Public or Private)



  • Scientist- RS. 6 Lakh
  • Assistant Professor- RS 4 Lakh
  • Consultant-
  • Job (Public or Private)

It may vary depending on the Organization.


  1. The basic eligibility set is that candidates need to have secured minimum 55% marks in the subject in which they want to pursue an MPhil degree at the postgraduate level. The criteria may vary depending upon the Institutes
  2.  There is a merit-cum-aptitude based admission followed in all the different colleges.
  3. Candidates are usually shortlisted for admission in an MPhil course on the basis of their performance in an entrance exam followed by a Personal Interview (PI) round.
  4. Special compensation is given to students who have cleared NET.