MTech stands for Masters in Technology. MTech branches depend on your Engineering branch.
Simply put, MTech branches are nothing but your BTech subjects studied at a deeper and more practical level. MTech branches are divided usually on basic division of BTech syllabus. For Example: The most common MTech branches for Mechanical Engineering are Design, Thermal and Manufacturing.
Not all Engineering colleges can provide MTech. An Institute will need higher level of Infrastructure and resources to get a permit for MTech course.
In short, for any Engineering graduate, MTech would mean more knowledge in his/her stream of interest and higher chances of settling in a “Core” job and in a lot of cases "Better Institute".
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