Degree Programs Offered

Bachelor of Science in Space Technology (B.Sc. Space Tech)

Course Duration: 4 years

Overview: This program provides a comprehensive foundation in space technology, including satellite systems, space weather, and propulsion technologies. Students will gain hands-on experience through laboratory work and internships.

Curriculum Highlights:

  • Introduction to Space Science
  • Fundamentals of Satellite Technology
  • Space Weather Monitoring
  • Orbital Mechanics
  • Space Communication Systems
  • Propulsion Systems
  • Capstone Project

Graduate Programs

Master of Science in Space Technology (M.Sc. Space Tech)

Course Duration: 2 years

Overview: The graduate program focuses on advanced concepts in space technology, preparing students for research and development roles. The program includes a mix of coursework and research projects.

Curriculum Highlights:

  • Advanced Satellite Design and Applications
  • Space Weather Anomaly Prediction
  • Advanced Propulsion Technologies
  • Space Exploration Techniques
  • Research Methodologies in Space Science
  • Thesis Project

Master of Technology in Space Applications (M.Tech Space Apps)

Course Duration: 2 years

Overview: This program is designed for students interested in the practical applications of space technology. It covers the development and management of space applications, including navigation and communication systems.

Curriculum Highlights:

  • Satellite Communication Systems
  • Space Navigation Technologies
  • Remote Sensing and Earth Observation
  • Space Applications Development
  • Systems Engineering for Space Applications
  • Industry Internship

Doctor of Philosophy in Space Technology (Ph.D. Space Tech)

Course Duration: 3-5 years

Overview: The doctoral program is aimed at producing leading researchers in space technology. It involves advanced research in specific areas of interest, guided by expert faculty.

Research Areas:

  • Satellite Technology and Applications
  • Space Weather Monitoring and Anomaly Prediction
  • Orbital Launch Vehicles and Propulsion Technologies
  • Space Exploration and Planetary Sciences
  • Space Robotics and Autonomous Systems

Course Curricula and Descriptions

Core Courses

Introduction to Space Science

  • Overview of space science and exploration
  • Fundamental concepts in space physics
  • History and future of space exploration

Fundamentals of Satellite Technology

  • Basics of satellite design and construction
  • Satellite subsystems and their functions
  • Satellite launch and deployment

Space Weather Monitoring

  • Understanding space weather phenomena
  • Monitoring techniques and tools
  • Impact of space weather on satellite operations

Orbital Mechanics

  • Principles of orbital dynamics
  • Calculating satellite orbits
  • Mission planning and control

Propulsion Systems

  • Types of propulsion systems used in space
  • Principles of rocket propulsion
  • Advanced propulsion technologies

Advanced Satellite Design and Applications

  • Detailed satellite design process
  • Satellite payloads and applications
  • Case studies of satellite missions

Space Weather Anomaly Prediction

  • Predictive models for space weather anomalies
  • Data analysis and forecasting techniques
  • Applications in satellite operations

Space Exploration Techniques

  • Techniques for planetary exploration
  • Robotic missions and human spaceflight
  • Challenges and solutions in space exploration

Information for Prospective Students


Eligibility Criteria:

  • Undergraduate Programs: High school diploma with a strong background in science and mathematics.
  • Graduate Programs: Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
  • Doctoral Programs: Master’s degree in a related field.

Application Process:

  • Online application form
  • Submission of academic transcripts
  • Statement of purpose
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Entrance examination (if applicable)
  • Interview (for doctoral programs)

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Merit-based Scholarships:

  • Available for top-performing students based on academic excellence.
  • Covers full or partial tuition fees.

Need-based Financial Aid:

  • Assistance for students demonstrating financial need.
  • Includes grants, loans, and work-study opportunities.

Research Assistantships:

  • Opportunities to work on research projects.
  • Provides stipends and tuition waivers.

Faculty Profiles and Research Areas

Student Resources

Continuing Education and Professional Development Programs

  • Short-term program designed for professionals.
  • Covers fundamentals and latest trends in space technology.
  • Regularly conducted on various topics in space technology.
  • Led by industry experts and academic professionals.
  • Flexible learning options for working professionals.
  • Access to recorded lectures and interactive sessions.