Ph.D. holders working in MCET should have supervisor recognition from the university. Faculty members holding Ph.D. can submit a request letter for supervisor recognition to the Principal through HoD concern and Dean R&I.
A Ph.D. supervisor working in MCET before inducting Full/Part-time Ph.D. candidates must get the approval from Principal through HoD concern and Dean R&I.
Faculty members working in MCET, after 1 year of service in MCET should register for Ph.D.
External candidates applying for Ph.D. in MCET should have a minimum of one year of teaching experience.
Faculty members working in MCET are encouraged to do full-time Ph.D. in centrally funded institutions (like IITs, NITs) and top NIRF-ranked institutions. For those candidates, partial financial assistance and leave will be provided.
The faculty members after one year of minimum service in MCET can be recommended by the HoDs concerned to do a Ph.D. without affecting the regular Teaching-Learning process. In addition to that HoDs concern should make sure the required support to take up course works and conduct research is provided to the candidates.
External and internal candidates satisfying the above-mentioned criteria should submit the filled-in request form available in the Dean R&I to the principal of MCET. The candidates should make a request to the Principal through HoD concern, Ph.D. supervisor, and Dean R&I for getting a No objection certificate.
Faculty members newly joined in MCET, with already ongoing Ph.D. registration should submit a request for a No objection certificate along with evidence of Ph.D. registration and DC meeting minutes to the Principal through HoD and Dean R&I.
In case there is a cancellation/re-registration, proper approval shall be obtained from the Principal through HoD concern and Dean R&I.
Ph.D. scholars should submit a progress report every semester in the prescribed format to the Dean R&I, duly forwarded by Ph.D. supervisor and HoDs concern.
After the successful completion of Ph.D. viva-voce, the scholars should submit the Ph.D. thesis to the central library through the Dean R&I office.
All the faculty members are encouraged to conduct research in emerging areas as well as interdisciplinary areas.
Faculty with Ph.D. should publish three articles in SCIE/Scopus publications per year, faculty working towards Ph.D. should publish two articles in SCIE/Scopus/WoS publications per year, and faculty with master’s degrees should publish at least one Scopus-indexed papers per year.
The UG and PG projects are primarily focused on research and that should be published either in the SCIE/Scopus/UGC care journals or Scopus-indexed conferences.
Faculty research articles that are indexed by Scopus and Web of Science (SCIE) are awarded with monetary incentives.
Faculty members attending reputable conferences and workshops will receive financial support.