About M.Tech in Tool Engineering Course
Master of Technology in Tool Engineering is a 2 years post graduation course deals with the effective method of designing and manufacturing tools which are used for industrial purposes and also integration of the facilities require to produce products with minimal labor, materials and time.
The minimum eligibility required to apply for admission to the M.Tech in Tool Engineering course is to qualify in B.E/ B.Tech or equivalent qualification from a recognized university with minimum aggregate score of 50%.
For admission to the M.Tech in Tool Engineering course, candidates need to qualify in the entrance examination, followed by group discussion and personal interview. Most of the colleges accept Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering GATE score for admission. Some reputed colleges/ institutes/ university conduct their own entrance examinations.
More about the course
M.Tech in Tool Engineering course covers subjects such as modern machining methods, design of press tools, design of jigs and fixtures, design of cutting tools, cutting tool theory and design, plastic processing, CNC machining, metrology and measurements, die casting designing, plastic moulds designing, product design technology, design for manufacture, rapid prototyping, advanced moulding technology, industrial design and ergonomics, gauges and measurement, advanced plastic processing technologies etc.
M.Tech in Tool Engineering course is divided into 4 semesters, and each semester lasts for a period of 6 months.
Success postgraduates of the M.Tech Tool Engineering course can find job employment in areas such as automobile, electronics, chemical, steel plants, oil exploration and refining, space research organizations, R & D departments, private consulting firms, colleges and universities, manufacturing industries, fabrication and designing companies, aeronautics etc. Some of the job positions offered for these postgraduates are listed below:
- Independent Consultant
- Executive Engineer
- Lecturer/ Professor
- Mechnical Design Engineer
- Assistant Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Assistant Executive Engineer
- Junior Engineer
Further Study Options
Candidates who are willing to pursue the higher research studies can opt for the Ph.D course in the subject, after successful completion of M.Tech Tool Engineering course.
M.Tech Tool Engineering Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year
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