M.Tech is an abbreviation of Master of Technology and it is a postgraduate course in the field of engineering. The field of Water Resource Engineering is directly related to Agricultural Engineering. Through this course, candidates learn about planning, designing, developing and managing different water resources. The candidates also learn about physical and non-physical infrastructure required to fulfill the water needs of environment and society. They study about water intake for clean and safe drinking water access; different types of water treatment plants, etc are also included in this course.
The basic qualification for pursuing M.Tech. Water Resource Engineering course is a B.E. / BTech. Degree or equivalent examination with a minimum aggregate score of 50% marks and from a recognized college or university.
Some institutes conduct entrance examination for admission to this Engineering program.
The duration of M.Tech. Water Resource Engineering course is 2 years which is divided into four semesters, with each semester lasting for a period of six months.
About the course
M.Tech. Water Resource Engineering is a postgraduate degree being offered to engineering students. Those who have completed their degree program in Civil Engineering, Agricultural Engineering or in Geo Informatics can apply to this postgraduate program. The admission are based on the score of the entrance test conducted state or national wise. To ensure safe and clean drinking water, M.Tech. Engineers build, design and manage the water treatment plants and the network of pipes that carry water to your tap.
The main subject areas which are covered in M.Tech. Water Resource Engineering course are engineering hydrology, ground water hydrology, ground water engineering, advanced fluid mechanics, river engineering and water management.
The admission process of M.Tech. Water Resource Engineering course is varied, as various institutes follow their own admission criteria and process. Admission to the course in any of the IIT is based on the performance of the candidates in GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) exam. All candidates seeking admission to this postgraduate engineering course are supposed to qualify the GATE exam followed by counseling, based on its performance, the candidates are admitted to this program.
They can find employment in private companies, such as industrial firms, consultancy agencies and in non-government organizations. Interested candidates can also go for teaching field.
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