Master of Engineering or Master of Technology or Master of Science in Technology or Master of Science in Engineering degree is a postgraduate program in engineering or technology field. This is generally a 2-year (2.5 years for M.Sc.Eng.) specialization program in a specific branch of engineering or a technical field. Students typically enter the M.Eng./M.Tech./M.Sc.Eng./M.Sc.Tech. programs after completing a 4-year undergraduate program in engineering resulting in the award of a Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Technology degree, or a 5-year program in Science or Applied Sciences resulting in the award of a Master of Science degree.
The M.Eng./M.Tech./M.Sc.Eng./M.Sc.Tech. programs in India are usually structured as an Engineering Research degree, lesser than Ph.D. and considered to be parallel to M.Phil. and M.Sc. degrees in Humanities and Science respectively. M.Eng. and M.Sc.Eng. programs in India were started by some well known institutions with the aim of producing Research Engineers who can also get the position of "Technologist" in the Industries and Research Institutes. In electrical engineering, for example, areas of specialization might include: power systems, energy engineering, electrical machines, instrumentation and control, high voltage or power electronics, telecommunications, communication networks, signal processing, microelectronics.
One of the major benefits of a degree in management is that multiple job avenues open-up for an individual. Every department in an organization, be it the sales, operation, human resource or operations department requires MBAs to handle the management side of the work. Such a wide-scale applicability for MBA graduates means that numerous options exist for them in terms of the sectors they want to work in. Some of the business sectors where MBAs are frequently hired are:The demand for engineers is generally pretty high at all times. This is because they form a vital part of the educated and skilled workforce of any country. With every country persistently engaged in the processes of development and improvement, there are thousands of areas where engineering knowledge is required. An M.Tech degree has the dual advantage as it opens up the avenues of twin careers of a professional engineer as well as a managerial role. Benefits include:
Pursuing MTech after BTech gives sufficient time to get deep technical knowledge of the subject and have more control over it.
Degree of MTech enhances your professional qualifications and builds up a strong social industrial network through which we are able to get top notch jobs.
There are Opportunities to shift into managerial roles as one gains greater experience in the technical field.
The candidate needs be an Indian National.
Hold a Bachelor’s degree in the relevant field of Engineering/Technology from an All India Council For Technical Education or Central or State Government approved institution or its equivalent with minimum 50% marks (45% in case of candidates belonging to Backward class categories and persons with disability and belonging to the State of Maharashtra).
Passed Bachelor Degree in the relevant field of Engineering and Technology as per the eligibility criteria for admission to the Post Graduate course the candidate is seeking admission to.
Must have obtained a positive (non-zero) score in GATE.
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|Gourishankar Educational & Charitable Trust's Satara College of Engineering & Management, Limb, Satara|
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