Ph.D. Banking Technology

The Department of Banking Technology has initiated the Doctoral Programme in an interdisciplinary area of Computer Science & Engineering and Management, focusing on Research in the field of Banking and Finance (BFSI) Industry. This Programme is open to both Management (MBA/ M.Com), Engineering (M.Tech. – Computer Science/ IT/ MCA /M.Sc. Computer Science/IT) streams of students.

Focus Areas


of the program

Inter-disciplinary area of Banking, Finance and Computer Science & Engineering and Management.

Banking Technology Management, Financial Management, Management of Banking & Financial Institutions, Financial Technology services


Financial Inclusion, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Derivatives Management, Corporate Governance

Computer Science & Engineering – Software Architecture and IoT

Software Architecture, Agile Software Developments, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Deep Learning

Computer Science & Engineering – Information Security and Data Analytics

Information Security, Block-chain Technology, Network Management, Cyber-crimes and fraud analysis, Data Mining, Big Data Analytics, business intelligence, IT infrastructure management.

Who can prefer this Course


MBA (Banking Technology)/ MBA (Finance/ Systems)/ M.Com. Business Finance/ PGDM of IIMs/ equivalent Management Degree with Banking/ Finance specializations/ M.E./ M.Tech. (Computer Science/ Information Technology)/ MCA / M.Sc. (Computer Science)/ M.Sc. (Information Technology)/ other professional degrees like C.A., ICWAI, ACS, CAIIB, etc. with a minimum of 60% of marks in all degrees. Admission test for PhD Programme contains two sections to suit the requirements of both M.Tech. and MBA/ M.Com students. Entrance test consists of 80 objective type questions drawn from the domain specific subjects at Post Graduate level and 20 from English & Test of reasoning. Shortlisted candidates will be called to make a presentation before the Admission Committee on the proposed area of research, publications made, conference papers presented, etc.

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