Where from to pursue part time M.Tech. programby Vinod Kumar Digital Marketing Expert
It is not compulsory for B.Tech. graduates to pursue a masters course. Completing B.Tech. provides sound knowledge about the subject which makes a student eligible to grab high paying jobs. M.Tech. on the other-hand is specialisation in a particular branch of technology. It provides the student with detailed and advance knowledge specific to that technology. Hence, M.Tech. is much more valuable and respected degree in the industry.
M.Tech. also makes the student eligible for
a higher pay-scale. Thus, students desire to pursue this course but many of
them are unable to do so due to numerous reasons, such as their financial
condition does not allow them to leave a well-paying job to pursue academia.
Courses like part-time M.Tech. are a
boon for these students. They can continue with their job and also pursue
master’s degree course alongside .M.Tech. makes the candidate eligible for a Ph.D.
program. The research and development companies around the globe demand M.Tech.
graduates for their various projects.
Enrollment in a part-time M.Tech program
This program takes two (in some colleges and courses three years) for the completion. Enrollment in the post-graduate academic degree of M.Tech. requires an undergraduate degree and minimum required marks in it. The candidate can have their degree in B.Tech, BE or M.Sc. program. The student must also have more than required marks in their high school and intermediate exams. The colleges mostly take entrance exams of the candidate to test various aspects of their knowledge base.
Entrance Tests conducted in these colleges generally comprise of questions of general aptitude, quantitative analysis, data interpretation, logical reasoning, verbal ability, subject knowledge and English writing skills. The colleges can also accept the GATE, PGET or any other national level or state level exam taken for the purpose of admission in post graduate programs. The candidates have to then qualify the group discussion and personal interview rounds of the college. Some colleges also require their part-time students to have a minimum work experience before they can apply for the program.
Best colleges for enrollment in the part-time M.Tech. program
Some of the best colleges that offer part time M.Tech. programs are:
· University of Engineering and Management, Kolkata
· Amity University, Noida
· Anna University, Chennai
· G.D. Goenka University, Gurgaon
· Integral University, Lucknow
These colleges offer a wide range of specialisation subjects to their students. Some of these specialisation fields are:
* Biotech Engineering
* Electrical Engineering
* Mechanical Engineering
* Electronics and Communication Engineering
* Computer Science and Engineering
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