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PhD Computer Science

Established in 1990, Mahatma Gandhi University’s School of Computer Sciences has been a pioneer in offering a PhD program in Computer Science since 1993. Under the visionary leadership of Prof.(Dr.) K.N. Ramachandran Nair, the founder director, the program has become a hallmark of excellence, producing 64 PhD scholars. Governed by university and UGC regulations, the PhD program focuses on major areas of ongoing research, including Image Processing, Data Mining and Analytics, Machine Learning, Soft Computing, Advanced Computing Paradigms, Spatial Databases, and more. This reflects the School’s commitment to delivering superior education, fostering research, and addressing the demand for highly skilled professionals in diverse computer science domains.


The PhD Programme is governed by the regulations of the university and UGC.

Major Areas Of Ongoing Research:

  • Image Processing
  • Data Mining And Analytics
  • Machine Learning And Pattern Recognition
  • Soft Computing
  • Advanced Computing Paradigms
  • Spatial Databases
  • Advanced And Wireless Networking
  • Cloud Computing
  • Computational Musicology
  • Computer Graphics And Visualization
  • Mobile Computing
  • Software Engineering