M.Tech is abbreviated form of Master of Technology and it is a Postgraduate level degree course in the field of science and engineering. M.Tech is available in many subjects and Nanoelectronics is one of the advanced specializations among them. It is a combination of both theories as well as experimental sessions which also supports the scientific hunger of candidates and makes a base for further scientific work for candidates.
Being a Post Graduate course, graduation is compulsory to get the admissions in this. Candidates holding Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) or Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) from a reputed institute and have secured at least 55% marks are eligible for this course. The age criteria vary from one institute to another and it is better to check the same before submitting the application.
Some relaxations may be found in some institutes for reserved candidates in both age and minimum required marks criteria.
This course is in high demand which makes the admissions difficult. Interested candidates need to fill and submit their application before the last date of submission. The applications must be enclosed with all other required documents like age proof, qualification certificate, caste certificate (if applicable), application fee, etc to avoid the rejection.
Admissions are offered through entrance tests in most of the cases and candidates performing well in the same get shortlisted for interview sessions. A single candidate can make applications in multiple institutes as per his or her suitability and availability.
The duration of this course is 2 years. The 2 years are equivalent to 4 semesters. Each semester is having the same duration of 6 months and candidates need to qualify each semester separately.
Further Study options
After completion of this course, candidates are allowed and even advised to pursue Ph.D. in Nanoelectronics. This will give them scientific opportunities to work in the creative world of technology.
During the initial period, candidates learn about material science, characterization techniques, quantum mechanics, thin film technology, etc. Then the topics like molecular science, nanosensors, nanofabrication techniques, etc are included. Lab sessions for nanomaterial synthesis and nanosensor designing are also included in the course for better understanding.
The last semester of the course includes a short-term project to be performed under the supervision of an expert.
These candidates are eligible to work in research laboratories, academic institutions, Electronic manufacturing firms, etc very easily.
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