|06 Apr, 2021||Form Submission| Mode: online|
|05 Mar, 2021||Form Availablity| Mode: online|
|GATE||05 Feb, 2022 - 06 Feb, 2022||Exam | Mode: Online|
|12 Feb, 2022 - 13 Feb, 2022||Exam | Mode: Online|
- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
Master of Technology in Thermal Science and Engineering is two years (4 Semester) full-time postgraduate engineering program offered by the School of Mechanical Sciences at Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar.
The Master’s program in Thermal Science & Engineering aims at creating motivated & capable graduates who can serve both as design & technical engineers and applied researchers in the core and R&D industry. Building on strong fundamentals of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics & heat transfer, the program offers an opportunity to broadly specialize in areas such as Power & Energy, Heat Transfer, Material Processing, Turbulence, CFD & Modelling, High-Accuracy & High-Performance Computing, Combustion and Geophysical Flows through ample electives. The program also has built into it advanced computational, modelling as well as experimental laboratories to make the graduate, industry ready. Graduates are individually moulded in their second year to build successful careers in both academic research as well as industry R&D through seminars and projects.
- The shortlisting of regular candidates for admission into M.Tech. Programmes will be based on GATE score only. The fixing of cut-off score for candidates in different categories shall be as per the norms of the Institute.
- Selection of regular candidates is based on 70% weightage for the GATE score and 30% weightage for the performance in the Written Test and Interview.
- The final selection of regular candidates will be solely based on the combined scores of the candidates with 70% weightage to the GATE score and 30% weightage to the written test and interview marks. The Written Test and Interview shall be given equal weightage of 15% each. A candidate in the unreserved category will be eligible for the interview subject to scoring a minimum of 40% of the maximum marks in the written test. A candidate in the unreserved category will be eligible for final selection subject to scoring a minimum of 50% of the maximum marks in the interview. The fixing of cut-off marks in the written test and interview for reserved categories shall be governed as per the norms of the Institute. Assignment and calculation of the cut-off marks on the combined score for the final section of the candidates in different categories shall be as per the norms of the Institute.
60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in B. Tech. /B. E. or Equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent (with a valid GATE score)