Being a post graduation course, it has 2 years long duration. These 2 years are divided into 4 semesters and each semester ends with a final examinations. Candidates need to clear every semester separately.
Further study options
After M.Tech., the best option to study is pursuing PhD that is doctoral degree in your specialization. This will give you an opportunity to conduct detailed research in the topic of your interest.
The course high lights are topics like heat transfer in Thermal energy systems, real-time applications of fluid flow, mechanics of Refrigeration, Cryogenic Engineering, etc. Students learn and even get trained to plan, design and develop the new areas in their field of Power and thermal Energy systems. They also get to learn basics like Computational Fluid Dynamics, Instrumentation in Thermal Systems, Fuels and Combustion and Renewable Energy Systems.
They also learn about Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Advanced Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer. Topics like Environmental Engineering & Pollution Control, Food Processing, Preservation and Transport are also included in the course to give it another dimension of learning.
Being an engineer, these candidates have lots of job opportunities in India as well as abroad. Top companies recruiting them are Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., TATA Motors Ltd, Maruti Suzuki Motors Ltd, Vestas and Visteon, Ashok Leyland, etc.
Top designations they may have are Researcher, Piping Designer, Maintenance Engineer, Field Service Engineer, Plant Chemist and Independent Consultants. They can also choose teaching profession as their career.
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