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Entrance Exams For Career in M.Tech


Career in M.Tech



This is an engineering degree, which can be either a professional degree or an academic degree. Initially, this program was started in India by a few reputed institutions with an aim to gift some research engineers to the nation, who will be able to serve the country as technologists in the different industries and research institutes.

Following are some of the popular most specialized fields, on which one can pursue and get a M. Tech degree:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics Design and Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science
  • Petroleum Geo-science
  • Transportation and Infrastructure Engineering


Current Scenario of M.Tech in India

In India, A.I.C.T.E. is the authoritative body for technical education. As per their norms, this post graduate educational program is, generally, done in a period of 2 years. Some of the Indian universities even conduct M. Tech programs that are featured with 3 years' duration. Besides these, some of the institutes offer 3 years' weekend M. Tech courses as well. In spite of being an engineering degree, such a post graduation is done in the technical field.
Students who have the degree of the Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) or the Bachelor of Engineering (B. E.) that is a 4 year program are eligible to enroll themselves for M. Tech in any of the engineering colleges of the country so as to study further. Students who have done Master of Science, which is a 5 year program in Applied Sciences or any branch of science, are eligible as well. In the Indian Republic, this program is, normally, structured as a research based degree. It ranks below the Doctorate degree of Ph. D though.

Entrance Exams for M.Tech




A number of entrance examinations are conducted in the country for the admission of engineering students in the different M. Tech programs. The most important and famous among them is the G.A.T.E. or the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering. Students aspiring to pursue M. Tech from the Indian Institutes of Technology or the I.I.T.s need to score high in this examination.
Apart from this, following are some of the other major M. Tech entrance examinations in India:
  • All India Engineering Entrance Examination
  • B.E.E.E. or Bharath University Engineering Entrance Exam
  • B.I.T. or Mesra, Ranchi
  • B.I.T.S.A.T. or Birla Institute of Science and Technology
  • B.S.A.U.E.E.E. or B.S. Abdur Rahman University Engineering Entrance Examination
  • D.A.IICT Entrance Examination
  • Entrance Examination of Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology
  • Entrance Examination of Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology
  • Entrance Examination of Manipal Institute of Technology in Karnataka
  • Entrance Examination of Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology in Allahabad
  • Entrance Examination of N.E.R.I.S.T. or North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology
  • Engineering Entrance Examination of Avinashilingam Deemed University for Women in Coimbatore
  • G.A.T.E
  • G.G.S.I.P.U. Engineering C.E.T. Entrance Examination
  • Karnataka C.E.T.
  • Master of Engineering Entrance Examination of National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research in Chandigarh
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of Banaras Hindu University
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of I.I.I.T. or Indian Institute of Information Technology in Allahabad
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of International Institute of Information Technology or I. I. I. T.
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of Indian School of Mines in Dhanbad
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of Jamia Milia Islamia University in New Delhi
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of Kerala University
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of L.N.M. Institute of Information Technology in Jaipur
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of Nirma University in Ahmedabad
  • M. Tech Entrance Examination of R.I.S.T. or Regional Institute of Science and Technology in Meghalaya
  • P.G.C.E.T. or Post Graduate Common Entrance Test in Karnataka
  • P.G.E.C.E.T. or Post Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test
  • P.T.U.CET
  • S.R.M.E.E.E. or S.R.M. Engineering Entrance Examination
  • T.A.N.C.E.T. or Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test
  • U.P.E.S. - S.E.A.T. Engineering Entrance Test of University of Petroleum and Energy studies in Dehradun
  • V.I.T.E.E.E.
  • V.T.U.E.E.E. or V.E.L. Technical University Engineering Entrance Examination in Chennai

Top M. Tech Colleges in India

The top M.Tech colleges in India are listed below:




Last Updated on : February 18, 2016


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