M.Tech after M.Sc without GATE

I would like to go for M.Tech in water resource management. Wanted to if there is enough scope in this field and also how to search for good colleges in south India.

0 221 Views | Posted 2011-10-09 03:17:47

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    sameera shams | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-09 11:25:23
    Shams@ hi Alan
    There are many colleges/universities who offer m.tech course without GATE exam.You can apply to them college. But you must have score atleast 55% marks in graduation from a reputated institute.colleges offering M.tech Non gate admissions
    ational Institute of Engineering- Mysore
    Aligarh Muslim University
    NIT- Nagpur
    NIT- Rourkela
    but my sugestion is Better join as a GATE candidate. because you cant get STIPHEND if you are a NON GATE candidate. and most colleges dont maintain seats for NON gate Candidates. its almost impossible for u to get seat in good colleges like NITs and IITs
    All the bestShams
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    rahul

    2011-10-09 08:37:07
    without gate you want to m.tec so you have to go for various universities exams which also choose the student non gate through their own enterence exam .

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