The Masters in Technology (MTech) is a very practical course when compared to BTech. Hence, the course structure varies from branch to branch. However, Most Institutes and programs follow a similar course structure. The duration is usually 18 Months and divided usually into three semesters.
In the first semester, the curriculum focuses on establishing the basics and founding principles of the course. This is done to ensure that the student gets the knowledge he/she needs to continue in any specialization pertaining to that course.
In the second semester, the students usually get to select a further deeper specialization in their course. This is sometimes subject to availability and in some cases, awarded by the student’s merit factors.
The third semester is usually the transition into the Industry i.e.. watch subjects in action in the related Industry and develop a more practical sense of their subjects.
All in all, an MTech is not just a credential. It is a course designed by experts to train a bachelor degree holder in a specific stream(or sub-stream) of Engineering. Most students say that their final semester was the most rewarding in terms of knowledge and expertise. (Not a surprise, is it?)
As a warning, students must not take MTech in a light manner. The course, though a degree, varies from BTech significantly. Many candidates presume MTech as “Two years of a jolly life, just like BTech”. Its surprising to see the number of candidates who prepare for GATE with this intention. If done that way, MTech has nothing to offer for you. An MTech graduate is expected to hold a certain level of knowledge, failing which, the degree wont add to their career as a credential.
For the right candidate, the GATE exam will be the most rewarding in terms of opportunities it offers.
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