MTech in

Defence Technology

M. Tech. Defence Technology

Overview -

Directorate of Futuristic Technology Management (DFTM), Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO), Ministry of Defence (MOD), New Delhi, Government of India (GOI), in collaboration with All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) have started a regular Master of Technology (M.Tech) Program in Defence Technology from Academic Year 2021 - 22.

The main objective of this advanced PG program is to envisage interest among young aspiring engineering graduates to pursue their professional career in research, technology and product development related to defence and security. DRDO, Indian industries and armed forces are engaged and immensely contributing in the development of defence technologies and production / maintenance of defence systems. The Government of India’s flagship initiative, ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ is a step in developing indigenous technology for India’s defence needs and has attracted the attention of several industries to establish many defence related industries and establishment in the recent years. This PG program aims to fulfil the increased requirement of technical expertise and trained manpower that aligns with the new demand for defence industries in India and expected to be the next big employment generation avenue in the days to come.

MIT Manipal has received the approval from AICTE to start the M.Tech program in Defence Technology from Academic Year 2021 - 22 with an intake capacity of 30.  This M.Tech program offers two specializations: Aerospace Technology and Communication Systems & Sensors

Semester 1 will have common curriculum to both specializations. It includes, 3 core and 2 elective courses and 2 labs. Semester 2 will be offered with courses in accordance with the specialization desired by the candidate. In addition to this, a bouquet of electives will also be provided to the students to specialize in the important domains necessary to develop advanced knowledge and skill set.

The program will be supported by the state-of-art specialized DRDO defence laboratory in India. The students opting for this M.Tech program will be undergoing their laboratory courses in some of the high-tech DRDO labs. Few courses are ably supported by the scientists from India’s prestigious defence labs, and experts from Industry who will be engaged in teaching the curriculum. Semester 3 & 4 includes the project work and seminar which can be conducted under the guidance of experts from Industry / Defence establishment.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs):

PEO1: To develop Post Graduates who have the necessary theoretical & experimental knowledge, skill and aptitude in defence technologies and systems and can get recruited in the various defence laboratories, defence public sector & private industries, ordnance factories and other similar sectors of the economy at national and international level.

PEO2: To contrive skilled manpower in the field of defence technologies.

PEO3: To enhance students’ interaction with the senior, experienced manpower engaged in defence labs and defence industries and have real time knowledge / experience in the technology development, technology deployment and defence systems.

PEO4: To acquaint students for the needs of technologies related to defence & security of nation and to create zeal among students to pursue research and development for defence technologies.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs):

POs essentially indicate what the students can do from subject-wise knowledge acquired by them during the program. The POs define the professional profile of a graduate of PG Engineering Program

PO1: Acquire technical competence, comprehensive knowledge and understanding the methodologies and technologies associated with land, air & naval defence systems. Apply knowledge to identify, formulate and analyse complex engineering problems

PO2: Having an ability to apply knowledge of science, mathematics, engineering & technology for development of defence technologies.

PO3: Having an ability to design a component, subsystem or a system applying all the relevant standards and with realistic constraints, including operational and environmental.

PO4: Acquire the skills for uses of contemporary techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools

PO5: An ability to identify, investigate, understand and analyse complex problems, apply creativity, carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems related to defence technological issues.

PO6: Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written contexts in the form of technical papers, project reports, design documents and seminar presentations.

PO7: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

 

Course Outline - MTech Defence Technology

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Key Dates & Deadlines

15

15

Mar ' 23

Last date to Apply

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Tentative Course Commencement Date

Duration

2 years (4 semesters)

Eligibility

Those who have pursued under-graduation in following disciplines are eligible to take admission for M.Tech Program in Defence Technology:

1)

Aerospace Engineering

2)

Aeronautical engineering

3)

Applied Electronics and Communication Engineering

4)

Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

5)

Chemical Technology

6)

Chemical Engineering

7)

Computer Science & Engineering

8)

Computer and Communication Engineering

9)

Computer Engineering

10)

Computer Engineering and Applications

11)

Computer Networking

12)

Computer Science and  Technology Information

13)

Computer Science and Technology

14)

Computer Technology

15)

Electrical and Computer Engineering

16)

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

17)

Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering

18)

Electrical and Power Engineering

   19)

Electrical Engineering

20)

Electronics engineering

21)

Electrical, Electronics and Power Engineering

22)

Electronics and Communication Engineering

23)

Instrumentation Engineering

24)

Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering

25)

Electronics, Science and Engineering

26)

Electronics and Computer Engineering

27)

Electronics and Communication Engineering

28)

Electronics and Computer Science

29)

Electronics and Control Systems

30)

Electronics and Power Engineering

31)

Electronics  and Telecommunication

32)

Electronics, Instruments and Control Engineering

33)

Electronics System Engineering

34)

Instrumentation and Electronics

35)

Instrumentation  Engineering

36)

Marine  Engineering

37)

Marine Technology

38)

Mechanical and Automation Engineering

39)

Mechatronics Engineering

40)

Mechanical Engineering

 41)

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

42)

Military Engineering

43)

Optics and Opto-electronics

44)

Power Electronics Engineering

45)

Radio, Physics and Electronics

46)

Software Engineering

47)

Structural Engineering

48)

Telecommunication Engineering

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