B.Tech in Nuclear Engineering

SRM University
In Chennai, Kanchipuram, Meerut and another venue.

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Chennai
Address: Bharathi Salai, Ramapuram, , 600089, Tamil Nadu, India
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Kanchipuram
SRM Nagar, Kattankulathur, 603203, Tamil Nadu, India
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Meerut
SRM University, NCR Campus, 20204, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Tiruchirappalli
Irangalur Post, Mannachanallur Taluk, 621105, Tamil Nadu, India
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Course programme




Nuclear power-ike wind, hydro and solar energy-can generate electricity without carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gas emissions. The critical difference is that Nuclear Energy is the only option to produce vastly expanded supplies of clean electricity on a global scale. Today nuclear energy provides about 16% of world electricity. With sound public policy, this percentage could grow rapidly-supporting global economic prosperity. Without greenhouse gases and pollution. Fortunately, the Uranium that fuels nuclear power is found in great quantity in both Earth and Sea water. Uranium's worldwide availability at economically viable cost is a key factor that would allow a sharp expansion in nuclear power. Nuclear Engineering is an intellectually exciting, dynamic and expanding field, and socially important discipline, supporting a wide range of applications that improve human health and welfare. Nuclear Engineering continues to be a growing field, evolving with the nuclear industry and national laboratory programs.


The general technical areas emphasized in the graduate education program include neutron physics, materials for nuclear technology, design in nuclear engineering, applied radio chemistry and radiological engineering.The outcome of the B.Tech degree program in Nuclear Engineering is bridging nuclear science and other engineering streams with technological improvement. Our course frame has been designed specifically with the needs of the nuclear sector in mind. It offers an extremely broad portfolio of subjects, from reactor theory through decommissioning to electrical power, waste disposal, storage & radiation safety. Each topic is presented in short course format which is ideal for employees within the industry.

The students can look forward to many exciting careers in manufacturing units of radiology companies, R&D institutes and nuclear reactor centres. The future for nuclear power and related research is bright. Jobs are opening up world-wide.


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