Tuition Fee - 80,000/- Per Year.
- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 6 Years
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) is an offered Full-time three/six-year Doctoral program and it is offered by Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla. Ph.D. program shall be for a minimum duration of three years, including course work and a maximum of six years. Extension beyond the above limits will be governed by the relevant clauses as stipulated in the Statute/Ordinance of the individual Institution concerned.
Electrical engineering is the branch of engineering which deals with the technology of electricity. In this course, students can work with devices, components, systems from tiny particles to make huge power station generators.
In this study, they learn how to design circuits to perform specific functions and meet their requirements which is a reliable and efficient electrical product. They work with resistors, capacitors, transistors, magnetic coils etc. Successful graduates of PhD in Electrical Engineering can work in different companies from transport, renewable energy, construction, power and manufacturing. They can move into project management roles, electrical design and specialize in this field.
PhD in Electrical Engineering presents the fundamentals of multi-disciplinary engineering in the context of designing subjects. The course begins with the introduction of circuits, both amps, and transistors. The course will cover various electro-optical phenomena and devices, multistage amplifiers, and MOS transistors. The main goal is to equip engineering science with engineering tools that are used in further studies and research. The advanced writing components of this course focuses on writing technical documents such as abstracts, memos, articles etc. This course provides a background in electrical engineering for students entering this program from another field like maths and science. This study discusses the design of application integrated circuits.
A candidate must have passed the Master’s Degree in a relevant discipline with 55% (GEN)/ 50% (SC/ST) marks in aggregate from any recognized university.