MBA makes them feel more management focussed, while PhD gives an inclination towards technology, it also gives a risk of giving them a hint of short stay in company. So, its better to say I want to go for PhD after some years of experience.
Cp - Specific heat at Constant Pressure.. It is athe amt of heat (Q) Required to raise 1 kg of substance by 1 degree Kelvin at constant pressure. (i.e., While heating no pressure increase / decrease & dnt worry about volume expansion ) Cv - Specific heat at Constant Volume.. It is athe amt of heat (Q) Required to raise 1 kg of substance by 1 degree Kelvin at constant volume. (i.e., While heating it should be dones with fixed volume )
adding to the above answer, Cp>Cv always Cp=Cv for ideal gas
QA is process oriented while QC is product oriented. QA deals in developing processes and systems that aling with QMS. QC on the other hand deals with monitoring products. For example, a QA engineer would develop a quality plan based on customer requirements and the QC engineer would monitor and ensure that all requirements of the quality plan are met by the product during manufacturing. A QA engineer may be involved in developing packagung & shipping requirement or be involved in providing quality specifications to purchasing. The QC engineer would only be focussed on making sure product meets the requirements of quality plan as set by QA.
i doesn't know the exact ans ...so frankly i told them i don't know the ans .but in my view the changes and improvement we can make in technology and machinery so that our efficiency of process and machinery increase..that is technical audit..to find out the problm in process and technology by analysis.