M.Tech and M.Sc. after Bachelor’s degree in India

As a large number of graduates complete their B>Tech and think about the next step, the question may arise to whether they choose M.Tech or M.Sc. and what would be a better option to pursue after B.Tech. Here are some pointers which may allow you to know the considered points while choosing from either of two.

Before knowing their importance after B.Tech. Let’s know what these courses are and what sort of streams one can choose while pursuing the selected course.

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M.Tech or Masters in Engineering

2 years of professional or academic master’s degree in the field of Engineering.  Master’s degree normally requires the previous degree as of bachelors’ degree, either as a separate degree or an integrated course.

Now, while pursuing the master’s degree the student is expected to possess advanced knowledge of the specific body relating to both theoretical and practical study of the applied topics. These studies provide an analytical, critical evaluation, practical application, professional application, ability to solve complex problems.

In India, the ME/M. Tech is offered in various specializations. These specializations include Civil engineering, chemical engineering, computer and Science Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics, and Telecommunication Engineering, etc.

The courses that are being offered under the degree course

  1. Regular (Full-time)
  2. Sponsored (Full-Time)
  3. Part-Time (M.Tech)
  4. Project Staff ( For those who are working on sponsored projects)

Eligibility for M.Tech

1. The students who have completed their Bachelor’s Degree with a valid score in GATE are eligible for M.Tech course.

2. Further selection in the college will be based on the rank obtained in the entrance test conducted thereby.

Please consider this that the eligibility criteria would vary from institute to institute.

The types of jobs that are being offered according to M.Tech degree

  1. Computer science engineer
  2. Chief Engineer
  3. Assistant engineer
  4. Software Developer
  5. Researcher
  6. Teaching Profession
  7. Assistant Professor

M.Tech graduates can also be hired as consultants, subject concern specialists, and many more.

The top recruiting companies

  1. Google
  2. Apple
  3. Intel
  4. Flipkart
  5. Amazon
  6. HCL Technologies
  7. IBM Global Services
  8. ITC Limited

Now, the average salary for the M.Tech degree holders in India is around 3-10 lakhs annually. The salary also depends on the position they are working on.

Top colleges for M.Tech Course

  1. IIT, Delhi
  2. IIT, Bombay
  3. Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal
  4. IIT, Madras
  5. Amity University, Noida

The branches in M.Tech that a B.Tech graduate can choose over

  1. Chemical Engineering
  2. Process control and Instrumentation Engineering
  3. Software Engineering
  4. Thermal Engineering
  5. Mechanical Engineering
  6. VLSI System Design
  7. Mechatronics Engineering
  8. Chemical Process Design
  9. Aerodynamics
  10. Biomedical Engineering

Master’s of Science or M.Sc.

A degree awarded by universities for pursuing in Science, Engineering, and medicines where major subjects involve science and Maths subject.

M.Sc. degree is usually structured less then Ph.D. and considered to be parallel to the M.Phill degree in humanities and science. The degree is considered research-oriented.

Degree is offered in many specialized science fields such as Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Maths, botany, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Food Sciences, etc.

It mainly acquires certain skill sets such as determination, scientific skill, analytical skill, ability to work in a team, problem-solving skills.

Eligibility criteria for the course

Carry a Bachelor’s degree in science with a minimum percentage of 50%-60%. However, the rules for eligibility differ according to the institute to institute.

M.Sc. course curriculum mainly comprises of Biotechnology, Computer Science, Microbiology, Life science, and Food Science.

Types of jobs that are being offered according to the M.Sc. degree

  1. Research scientist
  2. Food and drug inspector
  3. Biochemist
  4. Chemical analyst
  5. Teacher

The postgraduates can also pursue as a researcher as there are many Indian colleges for research scholars and scientists.

Another option for research enthusiastic is they can also apply for Ph.D. courses after completion of it.

Recruiting companies after M.Sc.

  1. Bank
  2. Teaching
  3. Research
  4. NTPC
  5. ONGC
  6. ISRO
  7. BARC
  8. BHEL
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The M.Sc. degree holder can earn up to 25k to 35k per month.

The salary will also depend on the company, the working department, qualifications, sectors and many more. Good experience in this field helps you to get a good salary.

“Good Experience= Handsome Salary”

Colleges that offer a degree in the Master’s in Science

  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
  2. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
  3. National Institute of Technology, Rourkela
  4. National Institute of Technology, Karnataka
  5. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
  6. All India Institute of Medical Sciences
  7. Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee

Branches in M.Sc. in which the one can postgraduate

  1. Physics
  2. Economics
  3. Biological Sciences
  4. Chemistry
  5. Mathematics
  6. Information Technology
  7. Clinical psychology
  8. Organizational leadership
  9. Biotechnology
  10. Electronics
  11. Environmental Science
  12. Atmospheric Science

“If your passion stands in front of defining your capability, and you find your passion in M.Sc. then you should pursue it!”

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