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M.Tech Image Processing

Master of Technology in Image Processing

Are you searching for a suitable course after Graduation in technical field? If you have interest in Image Processing, you can enroll for M.Tech in Image Processing. This course is available in many Technical institutes of India and abroad. All the general details like eligibility criteria, duration, job aspects, etc are mentioned below for your reference.

Course Name: M.Tech Image Processing
Group: M.Tech
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
Duration: 2 Years


M.Tech is a post graduation course in technical stream with its full name as Master of Technology. M.Tech is Image Processing teaches about method of image processing and its applications. Image processing is basically a method to convert any image into its digital form. It is required for some operations on it which in turn gives an enhanced image or some useful information from the image. In this whole process a kind of signal dispensation is done where the image is considered as an input. It can be a photograph, a video frame, etc and the out put can be an image or different characteristics associated with that particular image used as an input.


Candidates who have pursued Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Technology from a reputed institute and have secured at ;east 60% marks as aggregate are eligible for this course.
Candidates having prior knowledge about the subject are preferred.

M.Tech Image Processing 2019 - 2020 Admissions/Application Enquiry


M.Tech Image Processing - Colleges & Admission Notifications

Find the list of colleges offering M.Tech Image Processing course. Check out individual college websites to know more about the admission for 2019 - 2020 academic year. You may download the application form and course details from the official college website.

College NameUniversityState
College of EngineeringCochin University of Science & TechnologyKerala

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Admission Procedure

Admissions are mostly done through entrance examinations. These can be of national level, state level or institute level. Candidates performing well in exams get short listed for an interview and final selection will be done on the basis of over all performance of a candidate.


The duration for this course is 2 regular years. These 2 years are divided into 4 semesters. Each semester is having 6 months duration and ends with final examination. Candidates need to qualify each semester separately.

Further Study options

After completion of this course, candidates are eligible for getting good reputed jobs depending upon their skills. If candidates still have interest in studying further, PhD is an option. It is a research based course and can be pursued at any stage.

Course Highlights

The course teaches about basic human anatomy, digital image processing and its applications, physiology, pathology, etc during the initial phase of course. Then candidates learn about biomedical instrumentation, medical imaging, telemedicine, pattern recognition, machine intelligence in medicine and many more such topics during the course.
Some lab sessions are also there to have better understanding about medical imaging, image processing and telemedicine.
The course includes a short term project at the end of the course and candidates need to submit the thesis before ending to successfully qualifying the course.

Job aspects

These candidates can become technical specialist, casualty medical officer, research analyst, lead image analysis researcher, production engineer, etc depending upon their skills and interest.

M.Tech Image Processing Admissions for 2019 - 2020 Academic Year

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