Thermal Engineering


Course Mode

Full Time

Course Duration

2 Years

Seats

18

Entrance Test

Not applicable


Scope it offers in India and abroad.

Thermal engineering concerns with the field of thermodynamics or the study of energy transfers. As a thermal engineering student, you will study heating and cooling processes; and the conversion of heat into various energies including mechanical, chemical and electrical energy. This is a discipline which finds many applications in our daily life. For example, it is used to control the heat and temperature rise in your computer by keeping the microprocessor in the CPU adequately cool.

Thermal engineers assist in designing heating systems and explore ways to improve on and take advantage of renewable energy sources. Common challenges thermal engineers face is to find innovative solutions to build next-generation cooling designs that produce the desired temperatures are compact in size, cost-effective as well as adaptable to fit different system designs.

Career opportunities

Graduates of thermal engineering courses often find themselves with two career routes:  ‘research and development’ and ‘design and construction’. As a thermal engineer, you can expect to work on industrial power plants.  Conservation having become a huge concern today, the skills of qualified thermal engineers are sought after in various industries ranging from petrochemicals to renewable energies.

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  1. 1. Candidates should be Indian nationals.

  2. 2. Candidates should be graduate in Engg./ Technology with minimum 50% marks.

  3. 3. For those belonging to SC/ ST/ OBC (excluding creamy layer) categories of Madhya Pradesh need minimum 45% marks in their graduation.