program is essential to decide whether this degree is in your future. Kung details that students need to choose an area to research before getting into the process of examining a specific subject. Professional publications are typically available to students through their university.
program is dependent on a student's ability to learn how to conduct thorough, valid research.
Students should discuss their topic of interest with the respective staff member and get their approval before making a final decision.
In some cases, a student may choose a topic outside the list of topics below provided a staff member is willing to act as supervisor and the Head of Department judges it to be an appropriate thesis or project topic.
Typically students decide on their research area and faculty advisor within the first year while doing course work.
Thereafter, the steps involved are finishing course work (to build research background and breadth), thesis proposal defense, and thesis defense. in Engg (any branch including CS/ECE EE/Civil/Inst./Biotech.) or B. or Master's degree in Science/Maths/IT/ICT/Computer Science or MCA.
You must have a copy of the signed Administration Form to get your enrolment approved.
Please refer to the Fourth Year Unit Guide for important dates related to theses and projects.
D programme in Computer Science and Engineering imparts the knowledge, skills and attitude to do world class research in the area of computer science. The main emphasis is on the research work leading to a thesis.
Doctorate students are expected to publish their work in leading international journals and conferences pertaining to their area of research. This involves delving in depth into a research topic and includes grasping, evaluating and refining ideas, mathematical rigor, problem formulation, literature survey, implementation (programming) and performance evaluation.