M tech mechanical engineering.

B.Tech mechanical,66.6 percent, Wanted to join in M.Tech part time in Andhra Pradesh, suggest colleges.

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    Group Captain Vinayak Deodhar La vie est faite pour vivre pas pour stresser | Scholar-Level 18

    4 years ago
    Hello,
    Firstly, I would like to congratulate you for thinking of going for PG. But why part time? It means you are working at the moment. If so, then you need to look for college in the place where you are working and not somewhere else. Shiksha app will give you information, as to availability of college. But why PG in engineering? I would rather advise you to go for some course available online with universities like IGNOU which are in line with your work. Just think over it. Okay? Best wishes to you.

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