- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
The program shall consist of (i) course work as prescribed by the M.Sc.(Engg) Committee (see Clause 3 below), and (ii) research work carried under the supervision of a guide and, where applicable, a co-guide. The normal duration of the M.Sc.(Engg) the program, including the course work and research, leading to a thesis, shall be two years.
The duration of the course work shall be one semester and that of the research work, leading to a thesis, shall be one and a half academic years. For the students admitted under category 1.1, the extent of the course work, including exemption therefrom, will be determined by the M.Sc.(Engg) committee (see Clause 3 below). The exemption from course work may also be considered in case the student has attended courses without getting any degree or has adequate research experience. The admissibility of courses for consideration for exemption shall be decided by the M.Sc.(Engg) Committee (see Clause 3 below). The M.Sc.(Engg) Committee will certify successful completion of the course and research work by the student.
On admission, each student shall be on the rolls of the Board of Studies in Engineering Sciences. The standing committee, by taking into consideration aspects like the aptitude, work experience, courses already studied and the interest of the student, and in consultation with the student, shall identify a topic of research and a guide and, if necessary a co-guide.
The employees recruited through the Training School of BARC or its affiliates or the Technical Training Programme of IPR within five years preceding the date of application of admission to the M.Sc.(Engg) programme shall be eligible for enrolment in the programme. In addition, the performance of the applicant in the abovementioned training programmes must be above a threshold specified by the Board of Studies in Engineering Sciences.