M.Tech Nenotechnology Eligibility, Syllabus and Jobs

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Content Curator | Updated on - Aug 11, 2021

Master of Technology In nanotechnology is a 2-year post-graduate program provided for specialization in nanotechnology. Any candidate with an undergraduate degree in engineering or technology can apply for this course. Admission into this course can be obtained by appearing for entrance exam like GATE. A number of reputed institutes such as IITs, NITs and VIT provide this two year program. Average fee of the course is INR 1,50,000/ annum.

M.Tech in Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary course that includes the study of nano-materials and the course is includes projects and lab works. After completion of the course candidates can be employed as nanotechnologists in various industries ranging from auto and aerospace industry to forensics. In the last two decades nanotechnology has become a dynamic and expanding research area, so a number of research opportunities are also available. Average salary for a nanotechnologist in India is INR 4,50,000/annum.

M.Tech in Nanotechnology Highlights Table

Name of the course (both full name and short form) Master of Technology In nanotechnology (M.Tech in Nanotechnology)
Duration of the course 2 years
Eligibility An undergraduate degree in engineering or technology
Stream Engineering
Average course fee INR 1,50,000/ annum
Sectors of employment Electronics/semiconductor industry, Materials sciences, Auto and aerospace industries, Biotechnology, Medical fields and pharmaceuticals, Environmental monitoring, control, and remediation, Food sciences, Forensics, Military and national security and University and federal lab research
Average entry-level salary INR 215,000
Top entrance exams (if available) GATE

What is M.Tech in Nanotechnology all about?

Master of Technology in Nanotechnology explores nanotechnology's unique applications, production processes along with workplace environment and occupational outlook. Nanotechnology is manipulation of matter on an atomic, molecular, and supramolecular scale. This course explores the scope, impacts and challenges in the rapidly changing nanotechnology field. The course exposes candidates to crucial subjects such as metamaterials, molecular electronics and nano-biotechnology. Master of Engineering in Nanotechnology is a course similar to this one.

Who should opt for M.Tech in Nanotechnology?

For someone having a keen interest in material sciences and its applications, Master of Technology in Nanotechnology can be an essentially significant course. Having a strong hand in subjects like physics and chemistry can help in gaining excellence in the course. Candidates willing to understand the basic scientific concepts in nano-science and the properties of materials should opt for this course.

Best Colleges for M.Tech in Nanotechnology

Many of the best institutes in India including some of the IITs and NITs provide M.Tech. in Nanotechnology. Few of them are listed below:

Institute City Avg. fees / year (INR)
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Guwahati, Roorkee, Chennai, Kanpur, Mumbai 1,33,600
Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, Karnataka 1,16,300
Jawaharlal Nehru Center for Advanced Scientific Research Bangalore, Karnataka 1,00,000
National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra, Calicut, Karnataka 1,20,000
Amity Institute of Nano-technology Noida, Uttar Pradesh 1,03,500
Anna University Tamil Nadu 1,00,000
Aryabhatta Knowledge University Patna, Bihar 1,20,000
Vellore Institute of Technology Vellore, Tamil Nadu 1,76,000

M.Tech in Nanotechnology Eligibility

Any candidate who has completed bachelorette in engineering or technology with aggregate score of 50% is eligible to apply for this course. B.E./B.Tech can be completed under any discipline. Almost all of the colleges require the candidate to appear for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE).

Duration

Generally, Master of Technology in Nanotechnology is a 2-year program consisting two semesters per year. Examinations are held at the end of each semester. Some of the courses such as M.Tech in Nano-science and Technology that is provided by Delhi University require three years for completion.

M. Tech Nanotechnology Admission Process

Most of the Universities offer admission to M.Tech in Nanotechnology on the basis of GATE score. Those without valid GATE score can seek admission on the basis of entrance exam conducted by the concerned college/University.

  • Sastra University- Admission can be obtained on the basis of candidate’s performance in qualifying UG/PG examination.
  • Delhi University- Candidates have to appear for an examination known as IIT JAM, with adequate score one can participate in the admission process. Delhi University offers a program that is similar to M.Tech in Nanotechnology i.e. M.Tech in Nano-science and Technology.

Information about the entrance exams is given below: -

  • Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) -   GATE is an all-India examination that primarily tests the comprehensive understanding of various undergraduate subjects in engineering and science. GATE is conducted jointly by the Indian Institute of Science and seven Indian Institutes of Technology on behalf of the National Coordination Board – GATE, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India. The score is used for admissions to various post-graduate education programs (e.g. Master of Engineering, Master of Technology, Doctor of Philosophy) in Indian higher education institutes, with financial assistance provided by MHRD and other government agencies. Recently, GATE scores are also being used by several Indian public sector undertakings (i.e., government-owned companies) for recruiting graduate engineers in entry-level positions.
  • Indian Institute of Technology Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. - Generally, this examination is to be given by candidates who wish to pursue M.Sc. from Indian Institute of Technology. But the score also considered valid for some of the M.Tech courses such as M-Tech. (Materials Sciences with specialization in Nano-Science & Tech.) at IIT Bombay. The score is also considered valid for admission at Delhi University for M.Tech in Nano-science and Technology.

Direct Admission

Direct admission through management quota is also available in a very few of the private colleges; most of the colleges have a strict selection criterion.  Government engineering colleges such as IITs, NITs and IISc do not provide direct admission; getting valid score is the only option.

Distance Learning

Unfortunately there are no distance learning courses available for M.Tech in Nanotechnology in India. But there are some universities abroad that provide online course in M.Tech in Nanotechnology.

  • International Institute of Management and Engineering, Ottawa, Canada.
  • International Institute of Management and Engineering, Wellington, New Zealand
  • International Institute of Management and Engineering, Dubai, UAE.

M. Tech Nanotechnology Scope and Career Prospects

Nano-technology is an ever-emerging science. Constantly new technology is being developed to make our lives easier. Nanotechnology plays a huge part in that development. Career opportunities for M.Tech graduates in Nanotechnology are available in various fields such as:

  • Electronics/semiconductor industry
  • Materials sciences
  • Auto and aerospace industries
  • Biotechnology
  • Medical fields and pharmaceuticals
  • Environmental monitoring, control, and remediation
  • Food sciences
  • Forensics
  • Military and national security
  • University and federal lab research

Job Profiles

Medical Scientist and Technician - Medical scientists and technicians use nanotechnology for various patient treatments that include delivering potential cures and repairing cellular damage. Some of the medical nanotechnology concepts are still theoretical, but some of them are being used as nanotechnology treatments and are currently being researched or tested.

Nanotechnologist in Food Science - Professionals in the food science industry intend to apply nanotechnology during the stages of food production as well as in processing and quality control. Nano-sensors can   be used to identify any potential diseases or other contaminants that are dangerous to consume.

Nanotechnologist in Manufacturing - Nanotechnology can be applied to the medical industry for various purposes. In food science, nanotechnology is being used to find cure to crop failures and is used during the food preparation process. In manufacturing, this technology is being implemented in every possible aspect of technological engineering, from military weapons to computers and communications.

M. Tech Nanotechnology Jobs

Since the area of employment for nanotechnologists is very wide, a large number of opportunities are available in India as well as abroad.  

M. Tech Nanotechnology Salary graph

Job Avg. Salary/Annum
Medical Technician INR 215,000
Research scientist INR 518,000
Nanotechnologists manufacturing INR 600,000

M. Tech Nanotechnology Syllabus

The generalized course structure for M.Tech in Nanotechnology is given below. The original may vary from college to college. Every institute requires a candidate to complete a project in the third semester and submission of dissertation at the end of fourth semester of the curriculum.

Semester 1 Semester 2
Fundamentals of Nanotechnology Nano-materials
Nano-sciences Nano-processing and Fabrication
Nanostructures & Nano-characterization Techniques Computational Methods
Semiconductor Device Theory and Modeling Nano-electronics
Basic concepts Study of properties of nano-materials
Study of objects, phenomena, etc., on the nanometer scale Study of fabrication and processing methods
Concepts and applications Concepts and application
Concepts and application Study of nano-electronic devices
Semester 3 Semester 4
MEMS & NEMS Dissertation
Nano-environment & Ethical Issues Evaluation
Microelectronics and Nanoelectronincs -
Basic concepts -

Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Nanotechnology) Fee Structure in India


8.54 K (Minimum Fee)PUBLIC COLLEGES8.57 L  (Maximum Fee)
1.36 L (Average Fee)
60 K (Minimum Fee)Private COLLEGES3.63 L (Maximum Fee)
1.71 L (Average Fee)

Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Nanotechnology) Fee Structure By state


Karnataka

10.44 KPUBLIC COLLEGES1.85 L
78.58 K
1.11 LPrivate COLLEGES2.50 L
1.71 L

Andhra Pradesh

60 KPUBLIC COLLEGES2.09 L
1.28 L
1.14 LPrivate COLLEGES2.10 L
1.62 L

Uttar Pradesh

30.48 KPUBLIC COLLEGES8.57 L
3.72 L
1.38 LPrivate COLLEGES2.76 L
1.88 L

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6.2 /10

Placement Experience :

There is no placement facility in our course. Most of the students opt for PhD or research assistant. There are not very much industries related to nanotechnology in india. So most of the students have to choose their career as PhD or somehow related to labs. In case someone wants to change the domain, then they either go for MBA or prepare for government entrance exams.

Remarks :

I came across about the course nanotechnology at Central University of jharkhand through newspaper ad. I find the course very fascinating and also the course was Integrated M.tech course. So, i find it great opportunity to learn about the nanotechnology. Also the fee for the students are subsidised to some extent as the University is under central government.

Course Curriculum Overview :

The course is designed in such a manner that it will expose to both the theory and practical knowledge. All the faculties are either PHD or Post doctoral holder, and also renowned in their field. For the practicals there is not sufficient infrastructure.

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6.7 /10

College Events :

An annual fest was held by the university at a grand level where many of the known persons from all of India as well as foreign participated. Quizzes were organized by the likes of Barry O Brien. In the sports fest lots of games were played. In science fest, physicists and technical experts used to share their knowledge.

Fee Structure And Facilities :

The fee for the course is around 11 thousand per semester for a period of 6 months. This includes the lab fee, tution fee as well as access to the vast library. A one time security and admission fee was paid in the beginning of the course. The fee is refundable after leaving the university.

Course Curriculum Overview :

The course is mostly theoretical as there is very little scope for research owing to the temporary campus of the university. I learned several skills during and after the course that have helped me become a better professional. I'm not into a job but working as a consultant.

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AK
8.2 /10

Admission :

My admission in Amity Institute of Nano Technology was initiated by filling out an Admission form for M.Tech in Nano Technology after completing my B.Tech degree. I regularly checked the status of my form on the site provided by the university, wherein my form was processed within 3-4 business days. I was invited for a Group Discussion round after which admission letter was provided to me which held all the details regarding submission of fees and date of commencement of the semester.

Placement Experience :

A minimum of 6 on 10 point scale score is required to be eligible for the recruitment process. Well-reputed companies visit the campus and offer a decent placement package. The reputation of college encourages companies to recruit their students. We are also provided with a facility for internships during summer break by the institute

Fee Structure And Facilities :

I paid 70,000 approximately as my 1st-year fees. The infrastructure, standard of studies, and the quality of the college amount for the money spent. Scholarships are also provided on the basis of the marks scored by the student in the previous exams. Also, one can avail a bank loan for their studies.

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