Ph.D. is an abbreviated name of Doctor of Philosophy and it is considered as the highest academic degree course in any stream. It can be pursued in different subjects including both theoretical and experimental. Ph.D. in Electronics is the highest available degree for candidates who are willing to learn more and more about this filed. Electronics is the accessible science with wide use in other areas of science in terms of expensive equipment requires for performing experiments. Candidates learn about robotics, circuitry, transistors, etc through this course. It also includes machine learning, computer programming, algorithm design, advanced logic, computer graphics, probability, etc. The course is completely experimental and candidates need to write their thesis at the end and that will include the details of all the experiments and conclusions they have drawn.
The duration of this course is 3 years but it can be extended due to certain reasons but that also need the approval from supervisor and other authorities.
Candidates who have completed Master of philosophy in Electronics along with a Master’s postgraduate course in the same or similar subject and have secured 55% marks in the same are eligible for this course.
Admissions in Ph.D. can be availed in different ways like through national level entrance examinations, through government-sponsored projects, self-funded Ph.D., etc. Candidates can also go for teaching assistantship along with their Ph.D. to support their financial expenses.
If a candidate gets admissions through entrance tests, he or she becomes eligible for getting stipends on monthly basis for at least 3 years of tenure.
Further Study options
After completion of this course, candidates are counted as experts in their field and can get excellent jobs. But still, if a candidate wants to continue his or her studies, their research work can be continued in the form of Post Doctorate work.
The course teaches everything about electronics and candidates to get to learn about digital communication theory, digital systems, optical Fiber communication, Artificial neural networks, VLSI Design, Sensors and Actuators, circuit analysis, etc. The course provides opportunities to conduct various experiments and draw conclusions on the basis of those experiments.
At the end of the course, candidates need to submit their thesis and to defend their Ph.D.
These candidates can work in academic institutes, energy industries, aerospace industry, chemical and marine industry, etc.
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