|Duration||Course Duration of Master of Technology [M.Tech] is 2 Years.|
|Age||No specific age limit|
|Subjects Required||B.Tech/B.E/MCA/M.Sc/Other equivalent degrees|
Master of Engineering/Master of Technology is an Academic Degree awarded to postgraduate students in the field of Engineering.
Doing M.Tech after B.Tech, B.E or other relevant courses is a good alternative if one wants to add value to their qualification. M. Tech courses list in India has various discipline from which the candidates can opt their interests from Syllabus offered.
Master of Technology/Engineering course is offered by most Public and Private Universities in India.
Generally, the M. Tech course duration is 2 years divided into 4 semesters.
The M.E/M.Tech/M.Sc.Eng./M.Sc.Tech programs in India are usually structured as an Engineering Research degree, lesser than Ph.D. and considered to be parallel to M.Phil. and M.Sc. degrees in Humanities and Science respectively.
M.Eng. and M.Sc.Eng programs in India were started by some well-known institutions with the aim of producing Research Engineers who can also get the position of "Technologist" in the Industries and Research Institutes.
There are specializations available for example in electrical engineering areas of specialization might include:
Instrumentation and control
High voltage or power electronics
There are various specialization subjects under Engineering that one can choose, depending upon the availability and merit/rankings in various universities.
Streams of Engineering that are in highest demand are:
The Master of Engineering degree is considered to be essential for Engineers to find top-tier jobs with high salary packages.
Engineering is applied in all fields and most professional practices.
Engineering students are trained to work both theoretically and practically, with research and application-based Engineering.
The career in Research and Development prefers Masters over Bachelors.
While pursuing a masters degree, the candidates will be exposed to the applications of engineering in day-to-day life a little more. So it helps in getting more insight into the subjects.
You will get the preference for promotion in the place of work.
A masters degree improve chances of getting placed in core companies.
Pursuing M.Tech after B.Tech provides sufficient time to get deep technical knowledge of the subject and have more control over it.
The candidate has to write a relevant entrance examination which are State PGCET, GATE, specific university entrance tests etc on the basis of which they will be ranked and selected for the relevant streams.
Students with the higher rankings are given the preference of more subject options and top universities.
The course is also open for candidates who have obtained diplomas and have the required years of work experience.
Some universities accept lateral entry (Direct admission to 2nd year) and some also provide the same course in a part-time system.
Candidates who are applying for the M.Tech program should beforehand have their results from the respective Entrance Exams required by the selected/opted Universities.
Applications for admissions can be availed either from the University website or by visiting the Admissions Office of the same. Candidates will have to fill out the required details in a match with the existing documents.
Candidates are advised to have a look at the list of Entrance Exams applicable for M.Tech, for various Universities. Candidates should also make sure they qualify in the Education Eligibility criteria with the minimum required marks.
one of the best college for postgraduates in Tirupathi with good faculty and good infrastructure. Here management is good and also there is a placement.
My eligibility criteria are based on my BTech percentage. I had not taken any entrance exam and Cuttoffs for my course was to get 24 to get a pass in every subject.