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M.Tech Applied Geophysics


Does the subject of geophysics interests you and want to get into an in-depth study of earth’s structure? M.Tech in Applied Geophysics is one such program that you can undertake if you are a qualified graduate having majored in geophysics. Learn the details.

Course Name: M.Tech Applied Geophysics
Group: M.Tech
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: Mining
Petroleum
Duration: 2 Years

Overview


The field of geophysics concerns studying the earth’s structure and its surroundings for a variety of applications such as mineral extraction, earthquake studies and exploration of petroleum and groundwater resources. Applied geophysics has come as very useful for the mining and the petroleum sector as it involves carrying out physical measurement of the earth’s structure and making mathematical models that aid in exploration. The M.Tech program is available in some of the top engineering institutes in the country such as IITs and ISM Dhanbad, which specifically caters to mining and mineral exploration.

Eligibility and course duration


B.E./B.Tech with at least 60% marks in aggregate. The qualification should pertain to a relevant field such as geophysics. Others from instrumentation, electronics and control engineering too may apply for the course. Selections are based on GATE score and interview. Some institute may conduct their own entrance tests.

Duration of the M.Tech program is 2 years.

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More about the course


The M.Tech program is quite useful for those who are planning for a career in the field of exploration science, education or research. Spread over four semesters, the curriculum is a mix of both theory as well as lab work. For better understanding of the practical aspects of applied geophysics, there are project works, site visits and opportunities for industrial training. By investigating sub-surface structures ranging meters to kilometers, one gets to understand the implications of increasing exploration of groundwater and other mineral resources. One also learns how applied geophysics can be best utilized to find solutions for engineering problems and environmental hazards that have come up because of over extraction of the earth’s resources by mankind. Few of the subjects concerning studying applied geophysics are as follows. They are Earth Resources, Earth Processes, Global Geophysics, Earthquake and Engineering Seismology, Gravity and Magnetic Methods, Geological Field Work, Mineralogy, Exploration Seismology and so on.

Job opportunities and prospects


After successfully undertaking this course you can apply for a variety of government and public sector jobs like the Geological Survey of India, Central Ground Water Board, Coal India, Minerals and Metals Trading Corporation, oil and petroleum companies like ONGC, GAIL and many more. Private companies too in the oil and mineral exploration sector provides for excellent opportunities. You may get recruited as a structural geologist, petroleum geologist, environmental geologist, volcanologist, hydrogeologist and so on. You also have the option to undertake a PhD program in geophysics.

M.Tech Applied Geophysics Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

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