About M.Tech Thermal Engineering

Thermal engineering is a branch of mechanical and chemical engineering which is associated with the movement of heat energy and transfer. A good understanding of this field is required in designing evaporator coil, compressor, condenser and insulation used in air cooling devices. Parul University offers a two year masters program in Thermal Engineering which imparts students the comprehensive understanding of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer and mass transfer. Our highly trained faculties form renowned Institutions such as IITs and NITs, nurture and develop the students’ vital knowledge along with the most essential industrial competencies. Pursuing this program will provide students with the ability to navigate the various career avenues open in this field. After the program completion, students can work in areas like- renewable energy systems, aerospace components, pump design, ventilation, heating and military defence equipment.


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M.Tech Thermal EngineeringProgram Outcomes

Why Study M.Tech Thermal Engineering

The evolving role and impact of thermal engineering is bewildering. Yet, this branch is striving to advance its horizons by reworking on future renewable fuels, enhancement of heat transfer and researching on low carbon propulsion. So, if you’re driven by such challenges, this program is the right fit for you with careers such as:
Thermal Engineer

Thermal Engineer

An ability develop an apt understanding of thermal engineering in handling and maintaining the essential machinery

Field Service Engineer

An ability to design power producing machines.

Field Service Engineer
Piping Designer

Piping Designer

An ability to have a comprehensive knowledge of experimental and numerical techniques in heat and fluid flow.

Maintenance Engineer

An ability to apply thermodynamic principles for designing and maintaining thermal systems.

Maintenance Engineer

Duration: 2 years (Term System)



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Eligibility Criteria

The candidate shall have passed BE/B.Tech or equivalent examination with minimum 50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC Candidates) at Qualifying Exam for ME/M.Tech Courses.


Mode of Admission

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M.Tech Thermal Engineering feesFees


M.Tech Thermal Engineering

96,000 Annually*

* Tuition Fees may vary depending on the Country/ State in which the candidate has passed their qualifying examination.

M.Tech Thermal Engineering CurriculumCurriculum

Research Methodology & IPR

Seminar & Mini Project

Advanced Thermodynamics

Advanced Heat Transfer

Advanced Fluid Mechanics

Advanced Air Conditioning System

AUDIT-1 (Complsory Subjects :1)

AUDIT-2 (Complsory Subjects :1)

Elective - 1 (Complsory Subjects :1)

Elective - 3 (Complsory Subjects :1)

Elective - 2 (Complsory Subjects :1)

Elective - 4 (Complsory Subjects :1)


Dissertation Phase - I

Dissertation Phase - II

Elective-5 (Complsory Subjects :1)


Open Elective (Complsory Subjects :1)



M.Tech Thermal Engineering Curriculum Laboratories


Computer Labs

The faculty is equipped with a total of 15 computer laboratories which are strategically designed to provide students with the most vital practical training exposure.


Research and Development Lab

As a way of promoting research in robotics and automation, a specific laboratory has been reserved for research and development where

https://paruluniversity.ac.in/Chemical Process Industries

Chemical Process Industries

https://paruluniversity.ac.in/Mass Transfer Operations

Mass Transfer Operations

https://paruluniversity.ac.in/Kinematics and Dynamics of Machine Laboratory

Kinematics and Dynamics of Machine Laboratory

https://paruluniversity.ac.in/Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

https://paruluniversity.ac.in/Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory

Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory

M.Tech Thermal Engineering CurriculumActivities

Seminar on Futuristic Trends in Natural Fibre Composites and its Application

Department of Mechanical Engineering conducted a GUJCOST sponsored one day seminar on "Futuristic Trends in Natural Fibre Composites and its Application" on January 4, 2019. The seminar was organized with an aim to disseminate fundamental knowledge pertaining to the recent and futuristic trends in the field of Natural Fibre Composites.

Workshop on Wind Tunnel Experiments Techniques and Applications

Under Industry Defined Research Project titled 'To Reduce Water Consumption and Optimize Efficiency of Thermal Power Plants by Using Air Cooled Condensers' funded by Royal Academy of Engineering ,UK under Newton Bhabha Fund, Parul University had jointly with L&T and University of Surrey organized Workshop on 'Wind Tunnel Experiments- Techniques and Applications' on 17th March 2018.

Expert talk on “Awareness on Cleaner Production”

The Chemical Engineering Department of Parul Institute of Engineering and Technology Diploma Studies under IGBC-student chapter had organized an expert talk on AWARENESS ON CLEANER PRODUCTION for the final year students of diploma and degree Chemical Engineering students and Mechanical Engineering students. Mr. Abhi Patel and Ms. Tarjani Jani, Asst. project engineer from Gujarat Cleaner Production Centre, Gandhinagar had delivered the talk. They presented the importance and need of cleaner production in the industrial field and discussed the case study of different industrial sectors where they had incorporated the cleaner production scheme.

Expert Lecture On Calibration Of Equipment

Mr. Riyaz Khan, Manager of POLYCAB WIRES delivered an expert lecture on 2nd August 2016 on CALLIBRATION OF EQUIPMENT. He explained about the measurement parameters, specific ranges, and accuracy requirements. He summarized the workshop with Test/measurement and calibration of equipment system.