The goal of this PhD programme is to provide research training that encourages candidates to develop independent research skills. Students can use the course to further their careers in computing and information technology. It allows students to choose their own research topic, thus it can be closely related to their professional careers. The research areas are generally concerned with basic computer technology as well as emerging technology and its various concerns.
A Ph.D. in Computer Application is a doctoral programme. In this course, students study basic computer application operations such as keyboarding, e-mailing, and processing. In this advanced course, which is typically given as an elective subject, applicants engage with a variety of computer software for imaginative projects. It is career-oriented in nature and provides participants with numerous job opportunities upon completion.
The few career prospects after completing the course are Computer Scientist, Computer Systems Engineer, Computer Science Professor, Computer Network Architect, Research and Development etc.
Master’s degree in the relevant discipline with minimum 55% marks (50% for SC, ST, PwD, BC category)