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Ph.D Microwave Enginering Admissions 2018 - 2019 Academic Year


Are you an electrical engineer? Do you have sufficient background knowledge in communications theory? Do you want to design devices with innovative signal processing technology and communication technology? Then you can think of studying a PhD. in Microwave Engineering. Find out the details about this course from the following sections.

Course Name: Ph.D Microwave Engineering
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Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
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Introduction

If you are working in the field of electrical and radio signals, then you might be intrigued to design some unique device with unique communication facility and signal processing technology. This PhD. course in Microwave Engineering will help you learn about the signal generation and propagation technologies. You will not only learn the technologies that are used for quite a number of years, but you will also learn the upcoming technologies that are still under laboratory experiment. If you can show your expertise in the first two years of this course, you might be sent through a student exchange program in any European university. The purpose of this will be to enrich the knowledge base of you and your home university in Microwave engineering. When you prepare your final dissertation, then it will be evaluated by both the home university and the host university where you temporarily conducted your research.

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Eligibility Criteria

  1. The students who want to study this course should complete an M.Tech or M.E. prior to this PhD. No other students from any other stream are allowed to study this course. The preferred subject of specialization for the M.Tech or M.E. course is Electrical Engineering, or Electronics and Communications Engineering, or Microwave Engineering, or Wireless Technologies, or any other related subject.
  2. The students should obtain a minimum of 60% in the M.Tech or M.E. course to be able to take the admission forms.
  3. The students will be further screened through an entrance examination. All those students who clear the entrance examination are further screened through an interview and then selected. As mentioned earlier a lot of universities offer in house or student exchange scholarships to meritorious students. Among the students who are shortlisted for the interview, the students scoring highest in the written test and interview will be considered for the scholarships.


Job Prospects

  1. The students can apply for a postdoctoral fellowship after this course. These fellowships are offered by either Indian research organizations or abroad universities. Your job will be to work on some innovative research problems and propose some solutions for them.
  2. You can become a professor in either Electrical Engineering or Wireless Technologies or Microwave Engineering in any engineering college.
  3. You can become a support engineer in any company. Your job will be to maintain the wireless technologies manufactured by your company. After a few years of experience you will be promoted as a senior technical support engineer in that company.


Ph.D Microwave Engineering Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

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