The course focuses on the main lines of Thermal and Energetic Engineering: energy efficiency, renewable energy and environmental preservation by means of the knowledge of classical energy technologies together with recent technologies in renewable energy, as well as energy efficiency and energy saving policies and means, environmental legislation and energy economy. M.Tech in Thermal Engineering postgraduates have a wide range of job opportunities in the sectors such as power plants, automobiles, aero-mechanical, food storage and processing, refrigeration, pipe line, transportations of fluids and space.
BE / B.Tech / equivalent in relevant discipline from a recognized university with 55% marks or 6.25 CGPA on 10 points scale (50% or 5.75 CGPA on 10 points scale for ST / SC / OBC / SBC). Candidates with MCA / M.Sc. IT may also be considered for M.Tech in Computer Engineering.