The Department of Electrical Engineering offers PhD, MS by Research (MS (R)) and M.Tech admission with specialization in the area of Microelectronics and VLSI, Power Engineering, RF and Microwaves, Signal Processing, Communication and Networks, Control and Automation, and Photonics.
Please note that Department of Electrical Engineering is admitting students for all specializations in PhD, MS by Research and in the areas Power Engineering, Photonics, Control and Automation for M.Tech in 2016-17, Semester II (December 2016).
Candidates can apply online only. There is no provision for offline submission of application forms. The online applications portal will be available from October 18, 2016 till November 7, 2016.
For PhD applicants, Microelectronics and VLSI stream will have a written test of 2 hour duration, followed by interview of shortlisted candidates. The written test will be held on the 1st December, 2016 at 9:30AM. Candidates are requested to report to EE office by 8:30AM and they will be directed to the venue. Candidates are expected to have good basic knowledge in the area of microelectronics including basics of semiconductor devices, analog and digital circuits and VLSI (B.E/B.Tech/MSc level). They will also be tested on basic abilities in undergraduate level math and basic problem solving skills.
We accept applications for Full time, Part-time and Sponsored Candidates. For more details on guidelines for admission to Part-time programme and Sponsored Candidate for M.Tech / MS(R) / Ph.D. programmes, please visit these links. This page is intended to supplement / complement the information already advertised by Dean of Academic Affairs on Admission Notice site.
GATE Subjects for admission to MTech Program
Please note that cut-off GATE score for M.Tech shortlisting changes every year depending on applications received.
GATE Subjects for admission to MS (R) Program
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Ph.D.: In the Ph.D. programme, a student with M.Tech qualification has to complete minimum of four courses and a student with B.Tech. qualification has to complete minimum of ten courses. The most important part of the doctoral programme is the research work leading to a thesis. Student works on exciting research problems to come up with innovative/original ideas.
MS(R): In MS(R) programme, a student has to complete a minimum of four courses in the area chosen by the student in consultation with the thesis advisor. After completing the course work, the student is expected to do research work leading to a thesis. Focus on research makes this program exciting and provides in-depth knowledge to the student.
M.Tech: In M. Tech programme, a student takes eight courses, some of which may be compulsory for the area of specialization chosen, the rest being electives to be chosen in consultation with programme advisors. The programme also includes research/project component, which culminates to a thesis.