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Given below are the details on M Tech Admission 2017-18 Notification of IITs, NITs, JNTU and VIT through GATE. The admissions will start from the month of June 2016. There are numerous government and private technical universities and colleges that admit candidates for the course of M.Tech. to India most prestigious group of IITs is done via the GATE exam. The GATE exam is also known as the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering and it is conducted by the one of the IITs every year. Many other government and private institutions accept the GATE score for admissions to the M.tech courses. Many other institutes conduct their own entrance exam for the admissions.

M.Tech Admissions 2016 Process:

For admissions to the M.tech programmes in the institutions in India, candidates need to hold certain criteria for the admissions. Various institutes such as IITs, NITs, IIS, national universities, state universities admit candidates on the basis of the various test conducted for the admissions. These have been described as follows.

• The candidates must possess a valid B.Tech/B.E. degree in any discipline from a recognized university.
• Candidates need to be GATE qualified for the institutes that accept GATE scores.
• Candidates need to pass the entrance test that is conducted by some institutes that admit candidates on the basis of their own entrance tests.

M.Tech Admissions 2017 Exam:

There are various exams conducted in India for admissions. The most popular exam for the admissions is GATE. The institutes accepting GATE scores are:

• IITs
• NITs
• IIITs
• Punjab University
• Delhi College of Engineering
• Jamia Millia Islamia University
• School of Planning and Architecture
• YMCA Institute of Engineering
• Kurukshetra University

and so on...

Various other universities also conduct their own entrance exams for the M.Tech Admissions 2016. These are as follows.

• GGSIPU
• Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology
• MMEC, Mullana
• JNU, Delhi
• GJU, Hisar
• TITS, Bhiwani
• Aligarh Muslim University

The names of the institutes mentioned above also accept the GATE scores. Some of the seats are filled by the GATE qualifiers and other by the entrance exam qualifiers.

M.Tech Admissions 2016 Preparation Tips:

Candidates who shall be taking exams for admissions to the M.Tech courses this year would need some handy preparation tips to crack these exams. We present to you some of the basic and useful preparation tips that can be followed by the candidates while preparing for the M.Tech Admissions 2016. These are given as follows.

• Candidates need to study at a stretch of 4-5 hours twice a day.
• Candidates must prepare a time table wherein they can divide the topics to be covered for each day. Since the syllabus is vast and difficult, it needs to be covered completely to score the maximum marks
• Candidates must stay away from mobile phones and other gadgets in order to keep their mind fresh to study for long hours.
• The GATE exam and other entrance exams mainly focus on the technical aspects of engineering. Therefore, candidates must practice numerical and technical questions related to the topics they have studied.

We wish all the M.Tech Admissions 2017 aspirants the best of luck!

Master of Technology holds significant importance in the field of research. There are a number of specializations on offer for B. Tech students who wish to secure M.Tech admission in specific streams across the best colleges and universities in India. M.Tech Admission in India can be broadly classified as admission with GATE or without GATE. The score obtained in the exam is used for admission to some of the best M.Tech Colleges in India. However there is no need to worry there are certain Central  and deemed universities that accept admission without a qualifying GATE score. The university conducts its own entrance exam along with interview.

Course Review: This is a two year course divided into four semesters.  The M. tech course packs in a substantial amount of coursework . In the first semester students are introduced into compulsory subjects in mathematics, electronics, circuits and instrumentation. The second semester focuses on core subjects. In the third  and final semester the focus shifts to specific project work.

M.Tech Courses

M. Tech specialization in Civil Engineering discipline

•Building Technology and Construction Management
•Environmental Engineering
•Geotechnical Engineering
•Hydraulic and Water Resource Engineering
•Structural Engineering
•Transportation Engineering

M.Tech specialization in Computer Science Engineering

•Computer Science
•Information Technology
•Information Security
•Software Engineering
•Distributed Computing
•Image Processing

M.Tech specialization in Chemical Engineering

•Chemical Engineering
•Energy Engineering
•Process Control and Instrumentation

M.Tech Specialization in EEE

•Power Electronics and Drives
•Power Systems and Engineering
•Instrumentation and Control Systems
•Computer Controlled Industrial Power

M.tech for ECE

•Advanced Communications Systems
•VLSI System Design
•Signal Processing
•Electronic Instrumentation

Colleges and Universities offering M.Tech Courses.

Following is an admission guide for aspirants wishing to pursue M.Tech courses across top colleges and universities in India

Anna University M.Tech Admission

•Duration- 2 years.
•Eligibility: Bachelors in Engineering (BE) or Technology (B Tech).
•Selection-  Rank or score in GATE exam, (TANCET), B.Tech percentile, Interview.

Dates for Admission
1.Issue of Admission application: Second or third week of July.
2.Last date for Submission of applications: Third week of July.

Andhra University M.Tech

•Duration- 2years
•Eligibility: Bachelors in Engineering (BE) or Technology (B Tech).
•Selection-  Rank or score in GATE exam, (GPAT, PGCET score) B.Tech percentile, Interview.

Dates for Admission
1.Issue of Admission application: Fourth or third week of  July.
2.Last date for submission of applications: Second week of August
3.Counselling- Last week of August.

BITS Pilani M.Tech

•Duration- 2years
•Eligibility:  An integrated degree of the university orBachelors in Engineering (BE) or Technology (B Tech)
Selection: Percentile and  performance in BITS online entrance test.

Dates for Admission
1.Issue of Admission application: Fourth or third week of  July.
2.Last date for submission of applications: Second week of August.
3.Counselling- Last week of August.

CDAC Trivandrum M.Tech

•Duration- Two years
•Eligibility: Bachelors Degree in Engineering (BE) or Technology (B.Tech) with required minimum percentile. Higher percentile for candidates without GATE score.
Selection: GATE score. For remaining seats a departmental Admission test (DAT).

Dates for Admission
1.Issue of Admission application: First or Second Week of May

Delhi Technological University M.Tech

•Duration- Two years
•Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Engineering (BE) Bachelors degree in Technology (B.Tech)
  Selection: GATE score for regular candidates, Qualifying exam for Part time candidates.

Dates for Admission
1.Registration and fee payment: Third  and fourth week of May.

Government College of Engineering, Pune (COEP) M.Tech

•Duration- Two years
•Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Engineering (BE) Bachelors degree in Technology (B.Tech) with minimum aggregate of 50 percent marks.
Selection: GATE score, written test and personal interview.

Dates for Admission

1.Issue of Admission application: Third or Fourth week of May.
2.Last date for submission of applications: Second week of June
3.Counselling- Last week of June and Starting of July

Gautam Buddha Technical University M.Tech

•Duration- Two years
•Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Engineering (BE) Bachelors degree in Technology (B.Tech) with minimum aggregate of 50 percent marks.
Selection: GATE score, written test and personal interview.

Dates for Admission
1.Issue of Admission application: First week of August.
2.Last date for submission of applications: Third Week of August.
3.Counselling-  Last week of August and first week of September.

Jadavpur University M.Tech

•Duration- Two years
•Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Engineering (BE) Bachelors degree in Technology (B.Tech) with minimum aggregate of 50 percent marks.
Selection: For GATE candidates Gate Score and Admission Test. For Sponsored candidates, qualifying exam result, percentile. For self sponsored candidates qualifying test and admission test.

Dates for Admission
1.Issue of Admission application: Third Week of April.
2.Last date for submission of applications: Fourth Week of April.

Osmania University M.Tech

•Duration- Two years
•Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Engineering (BE) Bachelors degree in Technology (B.Tech) with minimum aggregate of 50 percent marks.
Selection: Percentile, entrance test score and interview.

VJTI M.Tech

•Duration- Two years
•Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Engineering (BE) Bachelors degree in Technology (B.Tech) with minimum aggregate of 50 percent marks.
Selection: GATE exam ,percentile, PGCET score, interview.

Dates for Admission
1.Last date for Submission of Applications: Second or third week of June.

Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya M.Tech

•Duration: Two years.
•Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Technology (B.tech) Engineering (B.E).
Selection: With and without GATE score. Other conditions include percentage and personalized interview.

Yashwantrao Chavan College of Engineering M.Tech

•Duration: Two years.
•Eligibility: B.E in same branch or equivalent stream.
•Selection: For GATE candidates (valid GATE score, percentile and interview). For Non GATE candidates (entrance test and interview).



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